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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"72 degrees in Boston at 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don Huff. Here's what's happening. Governor Charlie Baker activating more than 200 members of the National Guard to help a number of communities deal with a shortage of school bus drivers. We'll try to serve as many communities as we can, because obviously the goal here Is to try to make sure if we have vehicles. We put people in who are qualified to drive him and do what we can to make sure kids can get to school. Here's WBC is Kim Tunnicliffe. They'll be stepping in as needed in Chelsea, Lawrence, Lowell and Lynn, where driver shortages have become a big issue and getting kids to and from school on time. 250 guard members will undergo training to drive school transport vans known as 70 vehicles, according to Chelsea City manager Tom Ambrosino. National Guide Driver of the bus That's Julie. License to drive buses and we'll have our normal monitors on their help assisting the riders. Ambrosino is confident the guard will get the job done, and Chelsea were certainly appreciative of the effort. The National Guard has assisted us in Covid before during a food distribution efforts a year and a half ago. So we're grateful for the governor's support. Cliff WBZ. Boston's news radio, who will be mayor of Boston, takes a major step forward tomorrow. With the city's preliminary election. Five candidates on the ballot, including city Councillor Anne Sasabe. George, I'm the right person for the job at this moment, you know when he says, I'll be George or commercials in hot pink signs everywhere, pushing her experience small business owner as a former classroom teacher. We've got a lot of work to do. She told me education and public safety of her priorities, but she has a touch of Menino's urban mechanic. In her to filling potholes, picking up the trash, making sure that the lights are turned on in the North End Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, also in the ballot, city councilors Michelle Wu and.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Pike Westbound is clear all the way out to to 90 in Auburn and 2 90 itself is good through downtown Worcester. My king WBC's traffic on the three. Let's bring in meteorologist Bob Larson. Now as we continue to keep her eyes On what was tropical Storm. Now it's kind of tropical rainstorm of guests on re continuing to dump some heavy rains on some spots, Bob exactly how much wind left with the assistance and no longer a tropical entity in terms of being a storm or even a depression but very much active in terms of a low pressure area, producing rain what's left to them of Andre, the center of its crossing southern Connecticut this evening? Moving very slowly Eastward world be looking at periods of rain here tonight, a thunderstorm or to some of the rain heavy so concerned about localized flooding a low at 70, But the rain moving all shore by daybreak tomorrow might start with clouds and fog. Then sunshine returning much warmer Hubert as well. A high of 87 dropping to 74 to mark died under a clear sky. Sunshine Hunt Hibbert Wednesday High 90 again hunting, humid Thursday Sunday to partly cloudy on 92. Maybe a stray thunderstorm late Thursday or Thursday night of AKI Weather is five. Arson. WBZ Boston News Radio 77 in Nashville, New Hampshire, 75 in Braintree, 72. In Lawrence 73 degrees in Boston. Come see the Handel and Haydn Society performing a free concert. For all. It's Beethoven's Ode to Joy. Ninth Symphony this Friday at seven P.m. at the Hatch Shell on Boston's Esplanade. More information at hand on Haydn. Org. 6 26 New England business, You know, there's an insurance policy for just about anything you can think of these days. Life auto home renters. Health insurance list goes on and WBC. Kim Tunnicliffe tells us about tuition insurance. A number of tuition insurance policy sold by grad guard has doubled in the last year. The company is one of only a few insurers.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sleepy's. Let's get a free adjustable base with their $999 purchase. Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes, Kevin Thank you and let's get right to the weather forecast with D divorce Well, we're going to get back into the showers and a thunderstorm as the afternoon wears on areas to the south and east of the city will weigh longest, low eighties and then Mid sixties tonight with rain and thunderstorm activity that could be heavy enough to promote more flooding and poor drainage areas and roadways. And maybe some of the streams and creeks could come up Some areas of fog tonight and tomorrow morning. Plenty of clouds and some cool showers. Tomorrow, upper sixties and Only 65 of the gusty breeze and a couple of showers on Saturday. We're back in the lower seventies Sunday with a hopeful at forecasts of a little brightening, but we still can't rule out a shower thunderstorm. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Dean DeVore W Vz, Boston's NewsRadio. We're seeing some rain out there right now. Right on schedule, Dean all the way from Marbro to Newburyport. Just a band of showers and they're coming. All right, So we're looking attempts right now are high appears to be about 87 degrees That's in high, Ennis. Now clouding up ahead of some rain is 1 55 after being cancer free for nine years. Plainville girl is now battling a relapse of her stage for neuroblastoma. She's not letting it get her down, though, as we hear from WBZ is Kim Tunnicliffe. Malia. Jessica is one tough cookie. It's pretty cool that I made it this far. The 13 year old Plainville girl is one of four finalists in an online baking competition called.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is 705, also in Worcester this morning. Funeral is scheduled for police officer many familiar who died on duty last week trying to save a teenager from a pond. WBC's James RoHaas is live with us in Worcester and joins us now with the preparations. Good morning, James. Yeah. Good morning, Jeff. So right now, More and more police officers are pulling up here at ST John's church, getting in place and ready for the funeral service that starts at 10 o'clock outside. The church music is being played on speakers that will also carry the mass for the many police officers expected to attend, possibly up to 10,000. Military Police have also just shown up getting off a bus moments ago. Officer. Many familiar lost his life last week trying to save the life of a teenage boy at Greenhill Pawn but both, unfortunately drowned. Meanwhile, people in the area are being told to be aware of the temporary road closures in this space because beginning at eight o'clock, those will go into effect and Worcester James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio about this Boston to Nantucket in record time, that sounds heavenly, maybe a dream, but it's also reality for an MIT startup and It's entrepreneurs and this plan. It's coming up quick. Imagine a hovercraft with wings. That's what MIT graduates Billy Thalheimer and Mike Clinker are in the process of developing through their new startup company called Region Hybrid of a Boat and the plane. There's a low flying plane best days within about half a wing stand of the water and connects coastal destinations on regional routes between 105 100 Miles, the sea glider will fly between five and 30 ft. Off the water at speeds of up to 180 miles. An hour connecting coastal cities like Boston and New York L, A and San Francisco as well as some shorter routes. Imagine getting on a 50 seat. See glider in the year 2028 going directly from Boston to Nantucket in 45 minutes, or $20. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's news radio, baby. Oh, baby hit goes on and on. The royal drama continues, with both sides now talking about Harry and Meghan's. New baby. Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have denied a report that they named their newborn daughter Little bit a longtime nickname of Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, the second before asking the queen herself. The BBC reported, citing an unnamed Buckingham Palace source that the queen had not been asked by Harry and Megan before they gave the name to their second child. But a spokesperson for the Duke of Sussex tells CBS News that Harry did discuss the name with the queen ahead of the announcement and that the monarch was supportive of their choice. That Piper CBS News 708. Let's check in on Bloomberg business this hour brought to US by Enterprise Wealth management Division of Enterprise Bank and Cambridge drug maker Moderna wants to help vaccinate the world. Details with Joan Doniger. That's right. Jeff Moderna does not want to be left out afterward yesterday that the Biden administration is set to announce it's going to buy a half billion fighter covid doses to shift to low income countries. Moderna says it too was talking to the administration about a partnership to provide vaccines to middle and low income countries. On Wall Street waiting for the inflation numbers for May they come out in a little more than an hour. Investors are waiting to see if consumer prices in May jumped a half percent from April as economists expect right now S and P futures are up. Two NASDAQ futures falling 35. Down Futures up 63 points. I'm Joan Doniger Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Here's one way to get to France. No, thank you, by the way, details nonetheless. Coming up at 709. Your place of work is open to interpretation these days, But your place for news is clearly defined. Tell your smart speaker to play WBC news radio on I Heart Radio, Little Caesars Thin crust pizza is so loaded.

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Doctors Urge People To Keep Up With Their Routine Screenings

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Doctors Urge People To Keep Up With Their Routine Screenings

"About the consequences of Americans putting off doctor's appointments and early detection screenings because of covert 19 WBZ is Kim Tunnicliffe tells US a Boston based nonprofit is launching a public awareness campaign urging men to start going for their prostate cancer screenings again. The prostate Health Education Network believes a crisis is looming for African American men in the U. S. President Thomas Farrington is concerned. The pandemic has cause meant to put off their early detection screenings, he says. The American Cancer Society is estimating that new prostate cancer cases will increase by 30% this year in American Man of the highest isn't afraid so there's more than 70% high for all other bands and die at a rate of more than 120% higher with they expected estimated you increases we see a major crisis, the network is teaming up with politicians. Energy and doctors to speak out about the importance of scheduling those early detection screenings. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ

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CDC expected to reduce social distancing recommendation for schools based on Massachusetts study

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

CDC expected to reduce social distancing recommendation for schools based on Massachusetts study

"Expected to switch gears and in a matter of days recommend less physical distancing in schools that switched in person learning. The agency has been considering a study from Massachusetts about this. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with one of the authors. The findings of the study suggests that three ft of distancing in classrooms is Justus good as six FT as long as students and staff were wearing masks co author Dr Weston Branch. Women of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital says researchers compared infection rates between Massachusetts schools that required three FT of distancing and those that required six FT. Here's what they found no statistical difference and no significant difference. Doctor Element says The study shows that kids should not be kept out of school because of the distancing issue. We can bring students and staff at the classroom safely with three FT of distance, and that's a really exciting and important finding, because it's far more feasible for many school district's to bring students back at Three ft than six FT Him Tom, a. Cliff WBZ, Boston's news radio, and we

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Boston Area Police Seek ‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Brockton Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Area Police Seek ‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Brockton Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight

"Go to Brockton, where our reward is being offered in a string of suspicious fires in the city. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Police are beefing up patrols right now, so Parties have released a picture of a person of interest wanted for questioning in connection with the four arson fires and burglary in Brockton early Wednesday morning, right the police chase, the suspect lost that suspect they'll continue the process today with the state police the fire marshal Mayor Robert Sullivan says the first fire around one AM destroyed the old State House building on the Brockton Fairgrounds resident Peg Cruise drove out to the scene to see what was left of the historic building was in that building as a kid on the fair was here, and they had all kinds of displays. And they're very, very sad. They were also to brush fires that DW fields parking outside a school on West Street. The fourth place occurred at Rocky Marciano Stadium. The fires are thought to be connected to a burglary that took place around the same time at the West Gate Mall.

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Boston restaurants fully booked for Valentine's Day weekend

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Boston restaurants fully booked for Valentine's Day weekend

"The holiday Valentine State to boost their business after a pretty tough winter and really tough pandemic. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports, Some eateries are booked solid. Don't have a reservation yet for Valentine's dinner. Good luck Getting one seems a lot of people are itching to get out of the house and be treated to a nice night out at the tipsy to bargain and fall River there just about book solid for this weekend very well Booked for Valentine's Day. It's a celebration weekend. You have president fan money of the school vacation Coming up. Carl Pellet Ear says they're offering indoor and outdoor gardens seating with heaters. He calls it a one stop shop for All of your valentine needs. We have desserts from Danny's in fall River florals from rustic rose floral designs. Then, of course, we have our food take out barrels on the waterfront of New Bedford still has availability for this weekend because they're such a large capacity restaurant. Crystal Gilbert is event and sales manager. We're running, of course, certain terrific. Stuck Shrimp, big stuff. Lobsters. That menu is making me hungry. Kevin Tonic left

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Some Boston-area restaurants are booked up ahead of Valentine's Day

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Some Boston-area restaurants are booked up ahead of Valentine's Day

"Day is going to be a rosy one for area restaurants. They could use the business, too. After a rough winter, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us some eateries. I've been booked solid for this weekend for weeks. Don't have a reservation yet for Valentine's dinner. Good luck Getting one seems a lot of people are itching to get out of the house and be treated to a nice night out at the tipsy to bargain and fall River there just about book solid for this weekend very well Booked for Valentine's Day. It's a celebration weekend. You have president fan money of the school vacation coming up. Owner Carl Pellet Ear says they're offering indoor and outdoor gardens seating with heaters. He calls it a one stop shop for all of your Valentine. Needs. We have desserts from Danny's and for River florals from rustic rose floral designs. Then, of course, we have our food take out barrels on the waterfront of New Bedford still has availability for this weekend because they're such a large capacity restaurant. Crystal Gilbert is event and sales manager. We're running, of course, certain terrific stuff. Shrimp, big stuff. Lobsters. That menu is making me hungry. Kevin Tana Close WBZ Boston's news radio. It's long been thought The

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One shot one that will protect against this pandemic. And all others that may follow. Corona viruses were first discovered in the 19 sixties and are the source behind the common cold. This vaccine could also help prevent That Easier access to a Corona virus vaccine today is becoming a reality pace of the vaccine rollout slowly picking up the federal government's sending out an additional one million doses this week to 6500 select pharmacies across the U. S. The expansion part of a larger strategy by the White House to ensure no one is left behind NBC's Marcus Moore and the sales pitch continues from health officials for those Who are still reluctant to get these shots. CBS News correspondent Fred Backus is checking out the numbers in a brand new survey. 46% of American See They either have gotten the vaccine already or would get a vaccine as soon as possible if one becomes available at no cost to them, and that's up from 41% last month, another 32% would consider getting one after waiting to see what happened to others. But nearly a quarter of Americans still have no intention of getting vaccinated at all. And that percentage hasn't bugged your in Massachusetts about half the people over the age of 75 eligible for vaccines. Have received their first dose. So far Beautiful starts to Wednesday morning 6 48 and is just about sunrise, and we're looking good today, sunshine for a change high temperatures only around freezing, Ah voice of reason during some difficulty circumstances. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us about a police officer in Franklin, who was being honored. For his work with those suffering from mental health issue, something with 2 FT. Franklin.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are warning about the rapid spread of new variants. ABC News correspondent Kenneth Moten has details. CDC says 32 Million Americans have now received the vaccine, but winter weather on the East Coast has slowed the process, but access to doses will soon expand, the Biden administration announced. One million vaccine doses will be sent to more than 6000 pharmacies across the country beginning next week. State and local guidelines will determine who's eligible to get a shot at their neighborhood. Pharmacy and availability will be limited. At first. There are some warnings from some health experts that variants of Corona virus could set the stage for the worst crisis of the pandemic, which could occur in the coming weeks. Nonetheless, turning a corner in Rhode Island, a coded curfew on restaurants of the ocean state has now been lifted. And now wedding planners and fitness centers want in there, asking the state to lift some restrictions imposed on their businesses as well. President Biden wants to deliver a million vaccine doses to pharmacies across America. Getting the vaccine word out to those who need it now is made a little bit easier on Cape Cod, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe says. The Cape is making the call. A robo call will go out to the home phone numbers of 50,000 Cape Qatar's Over 65 years of age Wednesday at 5:30 P.m. residents will be invited to stay on the line to listen in on a briefing by the Cape Cod Covert 19 Response Task force about vaccination efforts. People who want to join the phone briefing will be automatically connected, according to state Senator Julian Seer, who may not drive have family help them navigate getting access to a vaccine. The vulnerable people. I'm most concerned about reaching. Why having a phone call it really low barrier way to get critical information to over..

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A million doses will be sent directly to just 6500 pharmacies in the first week eventually As we're able to increase supply up to 40,000 pharmacies nationwide could provide cover 19 vaccinations. Science says state eligibility requirements will determine access to the shots. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS No decision yet on what to do about the thin blue line flag painted on a wall mural taught in high school students in school resource officers painted that flag together a couple of years ago. The flag does come to symbolize white supremacy was flown during some Recent events, including the capital riot, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more. It was a very productive meeting between taunt and high school students and school resource officers. School Superintendent John Cabral says they met to discuss a petition signed by 100 students calling for a painting of the thin blue line flag outside the SA Rose office at the high school to be removed because of its negative connotations. Tough issue that needs to be discussed is brought to our attention to come to the table haven't open minded discussion and work together to do so. Something all sides can agree on the show of unity, Cabral says. In the end, students in school resource officers decided to work together to figure out what to do about the mural going to be a process for school resource officers are very open to the idea of sitting and working with our students on how to make the area inviting and welcoming. Kevin Tana Close WBZ Boston's news radio 308. We get a check on Wall Street. On this Tuesday. Andrew All day is at Bloomberg, and the numbers are going in the right direction. Day two in a row. Indeed. Yeah. Gains of almost 2% for the main index is approaching the closing bell that less than an hour from there. The Dow up 583 that stack up to 39 s and P 500 up 66. Gains, encouraged by a slate of strong earnings reports and signs that a pandemic relief package from Washington in some form is coming. You're working from home during the pandemic. There is a good chance you are working longer hours than you did when you were still heading off on your commute. New data from Nord VPN shows the workers in the U. S air working on average 2.5 hours longer each day. In some other countries, including France, the number of hours people logged on has fallen all the way back toward pretty pandemic levels. And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Home of a child pornography suspect at about 6 A.m. when shots rang out. The FBI said two agents were shot and killed. Three others were wounded. The gunman barricaded himself inside the home for several hours, but was confirmed dead. The shooting is now under investigation. That's a B C's Erica Turkey. There's a controversy and taunting over a painting of a thin blue line Police flag. The BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe with more on the flags, controversy and what might be done shared decision making process. Taunton School Superintendent John Cabral says high school students in school resource officers will be working together to decide what to do about the thin blue line flag mural on the wall outside of the SA Rose office. Students and SA Rose painted it together a couple of years ago but read Simply 100 students signed a petition calling for its removal. Superintendent Cabral says students voiced their concerns during a recent meeting on the issue. There were different viewpoints very consistent with what you're seeing, being played out in society. What was great was that the students all had a chance to speak all how to turn her chance to be listened, and everyone was very mindful and very respectable. If everyone's few points, it was a very, very well thought out, Organized and productive meeting Tom A. Cliff WBZ, Boston's new Was radio Remember of the Massachusetts State Police in custody facing charges in New Hampshire Sergeant Brian Erickson was detained his home Sunday morning. State police couldn't comment, comment or confirm the charges against him, only to say that he was taken for a court appearance in Exeter, New Hampshire into Stefano, Massachusetts State police spokesman says When we relieved him of duty, we took all of his Massachusetts state police equipment from him, and it's scheduled a departmental hearing for him later this week. No bail for a Boston man charged with attacking a state police trooper on route 24 in Randolph. Devin Fuller faces charges including assault with intent to murder and assault and battery on a police officer after that confrontation following a traffic stop on Saturday, authorities allege the suspect pushed the trooper into traffic, punched him and reached for his service weapon. Fuller was ordered held without bail pending a dangerous this hearing. After not guilty pleas were entered on his behalf. Well, it's ground hog day. That means a chance for an early spring or not. It is February 2nd. So, like every year for the past 100 or so they gathered and pokes a Tony, Pennsylvania even though like much of everything else these days, it was a remote celebration. Beautiful morning. This I can see. With all my fans viewing virtually well when ground hog punks attorney Phil emerged from his little house, the forecast became official six more weeks of winter. There will be you fake crowd noise, and we're in for another month and a half of shoveling snow. Sherry Preston ABC News is like a second opinion. You might rather listen to the Massachusetts Crown Talk Instead, Miss G s..

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And I heard radio station. 17 degrees right now in Boston. Bright sunshine, but super windy at 11 30 that Saturday morning to, um Tina Gal, and here's what's happening. We're now learning more about promising test results for a third vaccine, this one coming from Johnson and Johnson. More details from ABC is Karina Mitchell. Unlike the visor, and with Donna Inoculation, Johnson and Johnson's requires only one shot. It's also faster to make an easier to store. Dr Anthony Fauci says the highly contagious UK variant could be the main strain in the U. S by March, also expressing support. This is a single shot vaccine in which you start to see efficacy anywhere from 7 to 10 days following the first and only shot Karina Mitchell, NBC NEWS New York With Manu and more contagious strains of the coronavirus, posing a threat, health officials are urging people to please continue practicing social distancing and wear protective gear infectious disease specialist doctor who's messiah, it says. It's very critical for people to keep their guard up. Even with vaccine drives under way that not all master created equal. I think that's a message that we really need to get across is the more layers that we can create. The better will be at preventing transmission, especially for these variants that are more transmissible. Meanwhile, schools without H V. A C systems or the proper filters are now being urged to keep their windows open in classrooms where there's in person learning even on frigid days like yesterday. But if schools have air purifiers in those rooms, that window's only have to be open a crack WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe checked in with a couple of school district to see how things are going. Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two, but was single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold cases there some complaints to their teachers I hear from Families on occasion, But we've been very fortunate for community has supported the fact that things were different during covert conditions. I think most people it's not optimal, but they are accepting it as they go ahead of the Boston Teachers union, Jessica Tang has been doing walk through that a number of schools to make sure classrooms are in compliance issue in terms of keeping buildings and room warm enough. We certainly have had concerns about group being too cold having to keep the Windows open to help the situation. Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. The latest numbers from the Bay State Health Department report more than 2700 new covert cases in the latest daily count, along with 98 additional fatalities, But there apparently was a technical glitch in the reporting of almost 25,000 test results both positive and negative. Those results missed yesterday's count and will be included in today's daily count due out later this afternoon. The seven day average positivity right here in Massachusetts is now just over 4% nearly 1800 people are hospitalized for covert that's trending down, relatively speaking 412 patients remaining ICUs. It's also estimated there are more than 74,500 active covert cases here in the Bay State. Coming up in just about two minutes. Here in WBC news radio will tell you about a new supercomputer that has ranked among the world's fastest stay with us. For all the details back to the roads right now, getting busier. I see it's 11 33 traffic and weather together, starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Rob what's the latest on Route one? Everyone in the North bound side. Tina is jammed up there is the crash working north bound near route 99 in Saugus. Really slow through this stretch. The backup has extended just backed about to route 60 of this point, so really slow getting up there with lanes blocked route one north after route 99 in Saugus. Allow extra time up through there Now. 93 is okay, leaving the city that way. Somerville up towards the cloverleaf to get to 1 28 year. Fine there. No problems on Route three from Burlington to national downtown, getting reports of a crash inside the North bound O'Neil channel, and it looks like it's coming. Starting to jam up quickly. Here is we typically see is people are getting their breaks right now. The top into the expressway, so it looks like it's in there. I don't have a lane on it As of yet, but North bound in the O'Neill Tunnel watch for crash coming into downtown. It'll slow you down in on the expressway. North South Gone. Expressway is slow approaching the Braintree split Route three is fine along the South Shore. Don't sing any delays on the lower end of 1 28 through Denham in Needham and out west of town. A good right on the pike Robbed acolyte WBZ is traffic on the three's Plenty of sunshine today, but very frigid and a windy Hi, Just 21 feels a lot colder, more like the single digits and teens today clear tonight, a little less windy but intensely frigid, dropping to about eight degrees. Mix of clouds and sunshine Tomorrow High 25 cloudy and breezy on Monday with snow developing in the afternoon high 35 that snow will likely continue Monday evening into Tuesday with a potential for significant accumulations. 10 inches or more high 33 degrees on Tuesday were carefully tracking that northeaster right now we've got 17 degrees in Natick, 14 and hang up. 15 in Worcester and 16 in Boston and Cambridge. It's 11 35. Despite ongoing pressure from Republicans to downsize President Biden's $1.9.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunshine at 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Merger on Here's what's happening. What's going to stay cold all day long wind chills expected to be single digits, maybe even teens at best WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. You see that wind out of the Northwest and with that Northwest way into our feels like temperatures. Are below zero. So we're in 11 below for Worcester, seven below in Boston. So we have this frigid cold. A windshield advisory still in effect for northern Worcester County into northwest Middlesex County, Windchills as low as 20 below, When you do get some of those wind gusts that's through 10 a.m. this morning and to add to the fun. There is word of a nor'easter heading our way, which could bring a significant amount of snow. Monday into the better part of Tuesday. Details coming up in the forecast in just a few minutes. Latest numbers from the state Health Department in Massachusetts show more than 2700 new coronavirus cases, But there was a technical glitch, so they missed about 25,000 test results, So we'll see those numbers in today's Daily count some good numbers. Though the seven day average positivity rate has gone way down. It's about 4%. Now it was 8%. Not that long ago, nearly 1800 people hospitalized with covert that's trending down as well. And it is estimated there are about 74,000 people with coronavirus right now. Statewide, that number also down significantly schools without H vac systems or the proper filters. Are being urged to keep their windows open in classrooms where there's in person learning even frigid days like yesterday, but of schools have air purifiers in those rooms. The windows only have to be open the crack WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe checked in with a couple of school district's to see how things are going. Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two. But with single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold from cases there some complaints of their teachers I hear from families on occasion, but we've been very fortunate. Our community has supported the fact that things are different. Remco bit conditions. I think most people it's not optimal, but they are accepting it As they go. The head of the Boston Teachers union, Jessica Tang, has been doing walk throughs at a number of schools to make sure classrooms are in compliance. Is it you in terms of keeping buildings and grew warm enough? We certainly have had concerns about group being too cold. Who's having to keep the Windows open to help with the ventilation? Kim Tom, a close WBZ Boston's news radio with new more content. Just strains of the coronavirus, posing a threat. Health officials urging people to continue practicing social distancing and wear protective gear infectious disease specialist doctor Who's Masai Ed Says it's important for people to keep their guard up. Even with vaccine drives underway, we know that not all master created equal, so I think that's a message that we really need to get across is the more layers that we can create. The better will be at preventing transmission, especially for these variants that are more transmissible. It is 9 33 Have you flown lately? Have you flown in the past year? There's a list out Of the best and worst airlines. Well, we'll.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For schools without H vac systems or proper air filters that could make it tough for them to stop the spread of Cove. It. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more on that Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two, but was single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold and arraignment today delayed for a woman from Marshfield. Accused of murdering her husband, Christine reach He was arrested yesterday after her husband Michael, was found with stab wounds, was pronounced dead at a hospital nearby in court today, Richie collapsed in court, for reasons unclear At this point. Those proceedings now pushed back until Monday. I'm Nicole Davis. It's night side with Dan Raymond WBZ TV, Boston's news radio. All right, we're gonna go to the phone. So again, we have never to the best of my knowledge. Talked seriously about life beyond what we know here on Earth. I know that. That many of you have strong feelings one way or the other. So let's see what you what you think. And I love to get to react to what again Avi Loeb, professor Avi Loeb of Ah, Harvard. University, the chair of the history of Astronomy department, said his book again is extra terrestrial on. It's one that I hope some of you get a chance to read. I know I will try to get one the first sign of intelligent life beyond Earth and Just, uh, it's it's an amazing It's an amazing theory. Let's go to Joe in Belmont, Joe Euronext on night side. How are you tonight, Joe? Joe's Not there. We'll put him on hold. Let's go to John. Let's put your one hold. We lost Joe. Let's go to John in New Bedford. Hi, John. How are you tonight? Yeah. How you doing? I've talked with you before. Sure. This is a This is a This is a question. It's the immense distances between stars and especially between um Galaxies that adds multitudes of distance to it. It's very tough to know it's very tough to get something something strong enough to be able to eat some sort of electronic signal to be able to get anything about to learn anything, however. I write an article you know, within the last year that said, for the first time ever, we've did even just within our galaxy. The Milky Way with everyone was pretty sure that we have detected the fact. That there are planets around some of the sun's that exist in our galaxy. You know, it's a great big galaxy like everything else. So so the galaxy just so everybody, we're all on the same page. Get him in the hole to start. We have you know more about this than I do. So let me just that much more. Let me learn a little bit from you. So we have the solar system that writes for the sun all the way out to Plato. I'm not even sure if Pluto's still planning don't know what it is. Okay, So my question. My question is, I'm not gonna rush. Okay? My question is Always solar system is part I assume of a larger galaxy the Milky Way. Okay, Good fire. We're one of the fringes of the Milky Way. It's one of a disc shaped with a hump in the middle of that has a much more scars that are around us. But we're mad. We're in that Milky way And there are other Galaxies as you've heard the nearest other Galaxies Andromeda. From which we get the movie title. The Andromeda Strain. You know the fictitious idea that someone from Andromeda galaxy some living thing came and infected or earth and everything we don't care about that. We're just saying we're in the Milky Way. And we're one of many, many Galaxies. The more you look, the better. Your detection mechanisms are higher, resolute, higher activity. Your radar has, the more you can detect that there is no limit water space. In fact. They've said that the fact that it keeps trying down getting way confused, then the fact that this separation between the distant Galaxies appear to be speeding away from each other all of the different Galaxies from the creation. You're postulating 14 Million. Whatever. They're saying that that time ago. They're all separate, Ready way. But what they even had to invent a universal gravitational constant. That is really what black matter is. It is something that holds them from continuing to speed faster and faster away. It's speeding away. There are speeding way, but they're slowing a little bit, And there's postulating black matter, But it's the same, but at the same time our relationship Meaning Earth relationship with sun, which is always amazed me with means. Approximately during the course the anywhere from 93 93 years traveling by loves John, You're trying to get a lot in here, and I know what I'm trying to be. Oh, trying to actually have a conversation with, you know, that probably sounds. Far into you, but I'm trying to make a point. If you let me conclude. I want to get your reaction to it. Okay? Yeah. Okay. Well, my reaction is yes. I think there hasn't even know what I'm gonna make. John, I'll listen. You're asking about that. Okay, John, I'd rather have rather hear from you Go ahead, just rather whether I you asked your question was whether Because the are the privy listeners think that there is a possibility of life on other planets. That's all you're really asking, right? That wasn't what I was gonna ask you, but that's okay. Well, I do and I'll give you my reasoning. I read a good article in Scientific American and I'm not in a Saturday. I'm not really even a science major. But I remember that there was a smart kid kind of rigid guy at U Chicago where I went to school back in the sixties and the guy named Deming. There was a guy named Jimmy and I noticed in this article recently in Scientific American. There was an article by a guy named Deming at the University of Maryland. Who and they the article that I was reading said This was the very first time that Anybody had ever even proved in a way that there are other planets. That could be much like ours there that there are other planets. Okay, Okay. Appreciate that. I appreciate I appreciate your call very much. You got to get to some other callers. Thank you very, very much. Appreciate your call. The point. I was trying to make the John and I just so you know, is that yes, I understand the Galaxies and all of that are expanding. And I don't quite get my my wrap my arm my head around it. However, one thing that I think is interesting is we believe that Earth has been around five billion years. Uh and I realized that temperatures have changed and all of that, but our relationship between Earth and the sun has remained 92 93 million miles apart and that if we were 10 million miles closer to the sun As I understand it, and those of you who know more about this than I do. Please feel free to correct me. Um, if we're 10 million miles closer, son, we burn up. If we're 10 my 10 million miles further away. Uh, all life dies because we freeze And yet for some reason, we have stayed in that orbit around the sun, which gives us life, so that's one that I've always had a tough time. Um Understanding how it could stay so so constant Marcus in Boston, Marcus next on nights I go right ahead. Hey, how you doing, Dan? Hey, Marcus. Nice to hear your voice. What's on your mind tonight, Marcus? Well, I'm you know, I I believe I'm a psychic. So I'm going to tell you from a psychic support of you. So we're it. There is no other people out there. It's just with were the ones on I'm telling you because We have a structure which leads you know you Catholic, You know that. The difference between animals and humans is that we have a soul. And they always get to God. There's the spirit world and it's so complex and I can't see that existing on any other planet. I guess I just can't Fathom that. I think what? We're the only ones out. There s o. You're certain that Marcus, How did you come to that conclusion? I'm just saying, we're so complicated. Our systems are so complicated. We don't know what's in the ocean. We don't know what's down there, and there's life down there, but we don't know anything about it. And I just believe that my feeling is that we're somehow linked. Um Seriously. Okay. I don't never listen sense, but I mean, well connected to the spirit world. And, uh, well, you know, Well, let's hope so. That's one hope that I think most people who have religion of any type. I believe that there was there something beyond what we're doing here. Um, whether that's true, we can't prove that, uh, On the other hand, no one can disprove that. That's right. Which makes it. I guess I.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Came from That day comes from assist for a Chick fil A manager from Mount Pleasant South Carolina Paperwork Right there, Jerry Walk Away Act stepped into ease an hour long back up at a covert vaccination side at Sea Coast Church. There. Will Haney posted video of the good deed and says, Welcome, We act slash the wait time to just 15 minutes. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News The Wall's gonna come tumbling down next month at a building that has been a 30 years staple. In Taunton. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more You're Shauna O'Connell remembers going to the Silver City Galleria during its heyday back in the nineties. I think what I miss about the mall the most is Macy's. I'm a Big Nations shopper, So I was really sad to see that close. It was always nice to go to Cinnabon and get a treat. Every once in a while, too, With more and more stores closing them all locked it stores last February and this February It will be demolished not by our choice, but it is time for something new and we're prepared. Make that happen and timely fashion. We don't want to see that land sit there and waste away. The mall's owner is said to be considering replacing it with light industrial buildings. Mayor O'Connell hopes will choose something that will spur economic growth in the city. Want to create jobs. We want to create opportunity new revenue. Kevin Tana Cliffs, WBZ Boston's news radio. The high seas, apparently or not quite as full as they once were, CBS's Jim Chris Schuler explains. The global population of oceanic sharks and rays dropped more than 70% between 1970 2018, according to a new study based on nearly 60 data sets. 24 of the 31 species of Sharks and rays are threatened with extinction, while several others air considered critically endangered. Meantime, over the past decade, there's been an increase in white shark sightings off the coast of Massachusetts. It's partly because the great seal population here has gone up and the sharks are coming here to hunt them. Speaking of the sea, the most unexpected music trend of 2021 Actually hundreds of years old. You could say David Coffin has the sea in his blood. My great times. 11 grandfather actually bought the island of Nantucket Back in 16 59. I'm sure his ancestors would be proud to know that David is now a nationally known sea shanty singer based in Gloucester. The fact that the shanties have taken off on picks up, I think is just so cool. Oh, yeah, That's right teams. They're going crazy for the centuries old sailing songs, and David is here for it. Kids to be singing. I think that's amazing, and for them to be singing traditional songs I think is even more amazing and for them to love it this best. Unlike most Internet trends, though, David hopes this one is in for a long voyage. Match Your WBZ Boston's news radio. You need some date while.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman says To this day, some questions about that crash remain from the very start. There were concerns about the weather. You know, there was an issue of visibility in a low ceiling just hours after Kobe Bryant's death questions about why the pilot was flying. A year later. There are no definitive answers. It's believed the pilot likely got disoriented and may have thought the plane was ascending when it was actually rapidly descending. The National Transportation Safety Board has scheduled a hearing for February 9th. At that time, it's expected to announce a probable cause. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS, Los Angeles Say what you will about Westport, but the town does have its heart in the right place. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe says the spirit of giving continues thanks to some vital signs. The fundraiser run by the Grange was a smash success, raising $30,000 more than their goal of 6000 Grange member Sarah LeValley says they didn't want residents to just throw out the plastic signs in the trash their plastic in this not recyclable LeValley went online to look up how to re use old plastic election type signs, and she came across the University of New Hampshire professor who teaches her students had Repurpose common items and turn them into objects to help people with disabilities all her up, and she says, it will take all you've got. So we have a big recycle plant outside of degrading keep your signs of laws you want. But when your dad was gonna put him in the bed and we'll make them have a whole nother life. It's the fundraiser that keeps on giving. Kevin Tonic left WBZ Boston's news radio. It's deja vu all over again at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, where police say they're spent another break in, But this one is Not his monumental is the more infamous break in several decades ago. Police say this past weekend someone smashed and outside door in the rear part of the building. Suspect was seen taken off on bicycle. Nothing was stolen. So far. No arrests have been made in, of course. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is famous for a still unsolved heist back in 1990 of more than a dozen art masterpieces, all of them collectively worth around a half billion dollars. The lights are shining bright in Roxbury, all in tribute to families impacted by a failed relocation project decades ago, standing in an empty park along Melania Cast Boulevard, but up until the mid sixties. This was probably someone's living room, and they were just told by the state that It was time to move on because they had bigger plans, and by that they meant a new highway, according to artist Caroline Tothe. Hundreds of families were kicked out of their own homes, which were then demolished. But here's the plot to us. The highway project was canceled in 1969. Bittersweet news for those whose memories were already reduced to rubble. There's a lot of grief. There's a lot of mourning, and I think that we need to help those people hell in their honor. Carolina's placed hundreds of white paper bags along the walkway with names and occupations of residents who are displaced each one glowing from the inside with a battery powered candle, a beautiful tribute to those who once called this plane patch of grass home. That Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio, You have the app. But do you have the story? She claimed her accelerator was stuck after they found her going about 115 MPH mind spotting stuck many, many times. Let's check out the upper end of 1 28. Now with Kristen.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Happening. President Joe Biden, releasing his administration's efforts to curb the ongoing Corona virus, pandemic or national strategies. Comprehensive. It's based on science, not politics is based on truth, not denial and his detail. The president says his top priority is ramping up the national vaccination program and also pushing to expand virus testing. Announced today a new executive order using war time powers to boost supplies of peopie and other equipment. Meantime, Dr Anthony Fauci says the Corona virus outbreak continues to be a very serious situation. When you look at the number of new infections that we have, it's still had a very Very high rate hospitalizations air up there a certain areas of the country. Dr Fauci says Scientists are paying very close attention to virus mutations, but says people should still plan on getting vaccinated and that the vaccines will be effective against other strains. Governor Charlie Baker along with Lieutenant Governor Karen Toledo, announcing today new guidelines. Starting next week, when it comes to business operations in Massachusetts governor announced were able to begin carefully lifting restrictions and that businesses previously required to close early. May now operate past 9:30 P.m. effective January 25th at 5 a.m.. Meantime, hundreds of people have been waiting in the cold outside Gillette Stadium for their turn to be vaccinated against coronavirus. The stadium searches the first mass vaccination site to open in the Commonwealth. BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the governor's got a tour of that facility today, Governor Baker got a firsthand look at the area of the Putnam Club, where first responders and frontline health care workers are rolling up their sleeves and getting their covert vaccines. Patriots owner Robert Kraft led the tour, telling Baker he's proud to partner with the state to provide resource is to residents of Massachusetts and their continued battle against the virus, Kraft said. The Patriots of celebrated many great moments over the years, but none as important as opening the state's.

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‘It’s Shameful’: Flags Honoring First Responders Vandalized On Cape Cod

WBZ Morning News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

‘It’s Shameful’: Flags Honoring First Responders Vandalized On Cape Cod

"Cod lawmaker is expressing anger and disappointment after Vandals targeted flags representing first responders is WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe without report, fourth or fifth time someone has damaged the flag state. Rep. Stephen Eggs, Iris doesn't understand why someone would want to destroy flags that represent police, firefighters, E M. T s doctors and nurses. Vandals did just that overnight, damaging a number of flags hanging from the first responders Appreciation overpass at Exit five and West Barnes Double. It looks like someone took acid dumped him on each flag, and it melted. The flag. Eggs are Oh says a good Samaritan has stepped forward and is offering to pay for replacing the flags. That person is also providing $2500 in reward money for information leading to an arrest in the case reminder that we stay strong and rise above it. We've already wanted new flags will put a brand new set right back up

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carrying zip ties. Mean Times of D C. Police officers who were on the sea last week now talking about what they endured. Officer Michael Fan on a father of four was grabbed by the crowd as he pled with them, telling them he had kids. Remember guys chanting like Kill him with his own gun, fan dance partner, eventually helping to free him and get him to safety. But he suffered a mild heart attack and spent two days hospitalized. One of the nearly 60 D C police officers who were injured in the sea that is a B C's Martha Raddatz possibly mean Tomur investigating one of their own for a possible role of the Capitol attack. BBC TV's I team reports. The officer who's all so a military veteran, is being looked at for his tweets and possible role at the Capitol. Bpd is also reportedly looking into the possibility that He was with other officers at the time Police of the Cape. We're investigating an act of vandalism targeting first responders. That story from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe state representative Stephen Eggs are gross is disappointed and angry, he says. During the overnight hours, someone vandalized all of the flags hanging from the first responders. Appreciation overpass at Exit five in west Barnstable. All of those flags now have big holes in them. They melted them all. Basically looks like someone took acid dumped him on each flag, and it melt. To the flies. Eggs are Oh says the Good Samaritan has stepped in to help, including offering reward money for information leading to an arrest in connection with the vandalism. Gentleman stopped in the bustle Police station He lives in the area. He loved seeing the flag, so he told them. He would make a donation to pay for the new ones and be offered a $2500 reward. Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. If you go to Google's website today, you'll notice some basketball on the home page. It's a tribute to Dr James Naismith is credited with inventing the game at the Y M. C. A in Springfield 130. Years ago. The Google Doodle is it's called honors. This dated 18 92 when they Smith announced the new game and its original rules. In the pages of the Triangle, a Springfield college school newspaper two or three traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of the England all wheel drive traffic on the threes where we're gonna start Mike. Well, some of the busy or highways or south of town band. Let's start with Ruth, three North bound. It's locked up shortly after Union Street in Braintree, right up to the split. It's roadwork going on right on the turn for 93 south. The right lane has taken there. Well, the expressway South really isn't too bad coming out of the city for the moment. It's really tough, though. From squad I'm street down to the Raintree Split north. Bounds tied up Furnace Brook Parkway. A passing upon its circle. Allow for 17 minutes. Braintree into Boston A delays on the cape this afternoon. This is Route six. Westbound that's backed up in your meth. With the lane closures shortly after Union Street which is now exit 75 up to the north on 93 north, You're on the breaks up pass through 1 25 in Wilmington, Thea. Per ends of 1, 28 and 4 95 aren't bad. What's bad downtown Storrow Drive West. Bounds. Backed up. The right lane is closed after the Longfellow Bridge with the work zone there. The lower deck of 90 three's okay. So delivered down ramp the tube in bridge in the mass turnpike. So okay to my king, deputy busiest traffic on the threes. We got some sunshine to start today. But that's long gone now we've got clouds around. And temperatures climbing into the low to mid forties. Rain's gonna come in here tonight, and at times.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"November and shopping sprees for kids at Christmas. Anybody from Brockton already Miller, you kind of stick together, but I just want to keep doing whatever I can. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's news radio 9 19 Sunshine 35 in Boston, and while old man winter seems to be giving us a hall pass so far this year. The rest of the world, much of it experiencing some wild weather these days. How about this? In Japan Ocean effect, Snow continues to pummel parts of that country, with some 11 ft of snow. Which has in the process trapped hundreds of drivers on the island of Han Shu. And America. Not to be outdone in the Pacific Northwest, a weather phenomenon called an atmospheric river. First time I've heard that. Nonetheless, forecasters say it is a Category five Atmospheric River. Threatens to dump at least 10 inches of rain on portions of the Pacific Northwest and several feet of snow expected in the mountains. Hollywood is about to hit Provincetown. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the hit series American Horror story begins filming next month. All we know about the 10th season so far is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street race Point and Parts of Route six Selectwoman Lease, King says her only concern is that crowd control measures being play. Which would fully enforce current covert 19 regulations. A big question mark everyone has and that I've seen questions about on social media. Whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the pandemic 20th century, Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be called It tested three times a week. Kevin Tommy Clough WBZ Boston's news radio, 9 20, You know we're watching you on the roadways all the time. Is it possible the WBC can watch you in your home? No, it's not possible. But what we do know is that.

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FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed

WBZ Midday News

05:16 min | 2 years ago

FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed

"And FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said an unnamed armed group called for storming State capitals, government buildings, courthouses and the U. S Capitol. If President Trump has removed from Office before Inauguration Day, The Homeland Security Department said it would implement the inaugural security plans six days earlier starting Wednesday, when the House could take an impeachment vote. The FBI said the group is planning attacks in D. C and there have been specific threats against President elect Biden, Vice President elect Harris and members of Congress. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK In Boston, the FBI here says it does not currently don't have any plans. Armed protests at the Massachusetts statehouse over New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Maine Governor Charlie Baker says there's nothing law enforcement. Is aware of here. There are currently no known threats with respect to the state House or any other public building. At this time in Massachusetts, and on we will continue to monitor and track the information that's out there on we will be appropriately prepared for anything that might happen. President Trump meantime, today, taking aim at the prospect of being impeached again, The president calls it ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger. Speaking to reporters for First time since the Capitol attack, which Democrats blame on him, the president said the impeachment push is dangerous, but we want no violence, never violence. The House will begin debating impeachment tomorrow, charging the president with incitement of insurrection in urging supporters to March on the capital, but the president's taking no responsibility for the riot. Saying his remarks to backers were totally appropriate. Soccer Megane Washington's president Trump visits section of the US Mexico border wall today on way to celebrate the completion afforded 50 miles of fencing this year. Hidalgo County Democratic Judge Richard Cortez wants the president to stay away in order to prevent large crowds that might bring more positive covert cases. We just modified order to ask all our hospitals not to do elective surgeries because we're 18.8% of our hospital capacity in Texas, the Legislature opening up today and Austin ABC is Jim Ryan says. Talk of Unarmed demonstration and lingering threats of covert 19 of rattles Some lawmakers nerves. Even images of the riot at the U. S. Capitol might not be enough to keep Texas 181 legislators from attending the opening ceremony at the state Capitol. With the specter of a novel coronavirus infection is a different matter to Democratic state representatives from the Dallas area plan to skip the event for fear that it might be a covert 19 super spreader hand there's a B C's Jim Ryan. The first U. S execution of a female inmate and 67 years was supposed to happen today. Right now, though, a court has put that on hold. The judge granted the stay late Monday, citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency. The Kansas woman got the death sentence for killing Bobby Joe, stand it and cutting out her baby. She was planning to raise the child as her own. That girl is now 16. Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks dented into believing the two were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy. Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker, Boston native Casino mogul and GOP mega donor, Sheldon Adelson has died of the disease. Jim McKay has more on his life. Adelson was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. He rose to become the chief executive officer. The Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns casinos all over the world. Adelson was one of the early casino executives that look to spearhead American based casinos and Asian markets. In his later years, he became known for his major political donations him and his wife were known as the biggest backers of President Trump's re election campaign and 2020. He had been suffering from a cancer related illness recently in the past week. He had taken time off for surgery, his wife confirming this morning that he died of a long illness. Sheldon Adelson DEAD at 87 Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio in Massachusetts. Raised filmmaker has died. Director Anna Rose King died January 3rd after losing her battle with lung cancer, family says King died in New York City hospital She directed a total of seven films. One of which was inspired by the passing of her broadcast executive Father Roger King, the movie titled Good Enough Centers on the New York City based flight attendant who seeks to find a lost relative after her father's death. Popular television hover Syria's soon we'll be making its way to the tip of the Cape for filming of their 10th season. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe takes a look selectman in Provincetown have approved 20th Century Fox is request to film the American horror story anthology in town from February 1st through March 6th selectwoman Lease, King says This could be a big boon for businesses in the area struggling because of the pandemic. It's off season. You're talking about bringing a lot of economic activity town at a time when businesses Could really use those dollars. King is a bit concerned about large crowds gathering due to the popularity of the show. She's seeking assurances that crowd control measures will be in place which enforce existing covert 19 rules and regulations. The cast of 100 will include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson and Macaulay Culkin. Kevin Tonic, Left WBZ Boston's news radio. Listening

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He's had success. One of those, he identified an Air Force veteran who made his way into the Senate chambers. Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS New This morning diver is off the coast of Indonesia have recovered a black box. Belonging to the jetliner that crashed into the Java Sea. This past weekend is not clear whether the devices the plane's flight data or cockpit voice recorder, investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong and caused that Boeing jetliner to nose dive into the sea shortly after takeoff. More than 60. People were on board that flight of the time 7 18 and clouds breaking up here in Boston just after sunrise looks like a pretty good day on tap will get to the forties. It's 30 degrees right now trying by fire for some U mass students in Worcester. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe says many you're learning how to vaccinate as part of their med school training or than 150 U Mass Medical School students are now trained in how to vaccinate first responders with the new covert 19 vaccines. They underwent training sessions over the weekend, led by graduate nursing students. Second year Med student Meena Boutros helped organize the training in person training session where students were asked to practice first on Silicon Dummies followed by injecting one another with Haley. So that they could practice in real life on one another. How to administer this vaccine. Kevin Tommy Clough WBZ Boston's news radio school hockey on the South Shore, temporarily put on ice details from WBC's Chris Mama. The teams of both Quincy High in North Quincy are officially on hiatus. Benched after Superintendent of schools Kevin Maulvi saw pictures online after the two squads Big rivalry game on Saturday night, he players unfortunately, we're not socially distance properly, and we're not wearing Man. Some of the infractions happened office before the game when the students weren't supervised, which the superintendent also calls unfortunate. As for the missteps on ice, he's called for change. We want to make sure that we re evaluate the safety protocols were more quiet, too, followed by the state. We have to make some modifications to how the sport is being played. The programs will stay on pause until the changes are implemented. Students, on the other hand, could return to classes today. Chris Mama WBZ Austin Soo's radio. I need students in Boston public schools are inside classrooms as we speak, however, Boston plans to allow more students back inside those classrooms in the weeks and months to come. City health officials and the teachers union both support a four phase rollout, which will start next month of welcoming kids back inside classrooms. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is expected to deliver what will be his final state of the city address tonight. As he gets set to move to Washington as labor secretary in the Biden administration. The race for mayor of Boston heats up Police Commissioner William Grass, though, won't take the bait on word that he's almost certain to become a candidate will have to talk to my family hands on there, and my friends about this Cross became Boston's first black police commissioner. Back in 2018 after more than three decades working on the force.

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Massachusetts To Further Reduce Capacity, Cut Gathering Limits Beginning After Christmas

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts To Further Reduce Capacity, Cut Gathering Limits Beginning After Christmas

"The Baker Administration hits the pause button in an effort to stop the spread of covert 19 during the upcoming holidays, the governor announcing some new restrictions that will go into effect the day after Christmas. Here's WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe capacity limits are being reduced to 25% at all. Restaurants, theaters, churches, casinos in museums for two weeks starting on December 26 governor Baker says he's taking the action to avoid a repeat of Thanksgiving. Not enough residents listen to his recommendation to avoid large family gatherings and instead spend the day with only the people who live in their households. Literally. Seven days after Thanksgiving Case counts basically doubled in Massachusetts, Baker says he's trying to avoid overrunning the hospital system Hospitals, you know, under significant pressure. Gathering limits have also been reduced to 25 people outdoors and 10 people indoors for the next two weeks.

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Boston pet food pantries seek cat food as need roars during pandemic

WBZ Morning News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Boston pet food pantries seek cat food as need roars during pandemic

"Struggling to get by During this pandemic, there's a helping hand and it comes courtesy off food pantries throughout the state. However, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us Those food print pantries and their efforts extend to our friends who use four legs to get around that food donations are badly needed at food pantries Statewide. Hundreds of the pantries are now giving out donated pet food in addition to people food to help pet owners who are struggling during the pandemic. This is one of the top five states for cat ownership, and many people who own caste have lower income levels. Stacy LeBaron is founder of the Pet Food Task Force, which collects donated food. Didn't passes it out to the pantry's. We have several student groups doing food drives for us, and we tend to get more doc food than Cat food. So that's why we're putting this extra flee out for cat food. We usually deliver the same amount of cat and dog food to the food pantries, and the one piece of feedback we get is the cat food is always the thing that goes Kevin Tana

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Boston based non profit Team Harmony is working to eradicate hate & racism, one young person at a time

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Boston based non profit Team Harmony is working to eradicate hate & racism, one young person at a time

"At the highest level in a decade. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports of Boston based nonprofit is trying to change that one young person at a time when international effort to engage the youth around the world in the battle against hate knowledge forms. That's the mission of team harmony, according to consultant Rick Rendon. Some people are out there producing stories on people in there. Cities and countries that are fighting the noble battle for racial and social justice. Tonight at 7 P.m. team Harmony will hold its youth produced monthly weapons sewed this month. We're focusing on the arts in the impact the arts have on racial and social justice. And we have celebrities from the music world as well as stories from around the world of individuals that have using the arts from over racial and Social justice. Thomas Cliffs, WBZ Boston's news radio.

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Holiday Lights Drive-Thru Show Opens At Boston's Gillette Stadium

WBZ Afternoon News

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Holiday Lights Drive-Thru Show Opens At Boston's Gillette Stadium

"Route one in the area of Gillette Stadium, don't be surprised to see some flashing lights coming from one of the stadium's parking lots. Ah, lot of flashing lights for the first time. HBO's magic of lights Drive through experience has come to Fox Borough as we hear from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe. More than a million colored lights adorned digitally animated light displace along a mile long path in the parking lot. Lot across from Gillette Stadium. It's a fun way to get in the holiday spirit, all social distancing. At the same time, you can pack up your car with the family and drive through the light show, which includes a Winter wonderland, among other things, the 12 days of Christmas so you can count and do them scenes in your head. The Victorian village There's a native itty seen their sports and then you end up going through the enchanting tunnel of lights, which is a 200 ft Long tunnel that encompasses your car, and it flashes and blinks and is all sorts of fun Stuff. Magic of Lights, marketing director Brett Pegler says it takes their crew of 10 workers about a month to put up all the lights. The show is running through January. 2nd Kevin Tom, a Cliff WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 7

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ARL Boston Offers To Temporarily Foster Pets For Owners Facing Eviction

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

ARL Boston Offers To Temporarily Foster Pets For Owners Facing Eviction

"New service available to pet owners who have been struggling now that thesis. It's eviction moratorium has ended. The BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more on the free service had owners in eastern Massachusetts who may be facing a eviction or imminent. Homelessness now have one less thing to worry about. The animal Rescue League of Boston is offering to temporarily house pets for up to 120 days through their large foster network. Amy Christian is vice president of animal welfare and veterinary medicine at the Addiction doesn't happen overnight in the protected process. We anticipate we will start To receive more call, and it may build over time, and we want to be available for long as long as necessary. We are trading cluster families getting an orientation in batches so that we can really meet whatever comes our way. There is a pre screening process and pet owners are responsible for transporting the animal owners are able to check up on their pets twice a week. Kevin

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Boston - MCAS Tests Still Planned For Spring, Massachusetts Education Commissioner Says

WBZ Afternoon News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Boston - MCAS Tests Still Planned For Spring, Massachusetts Education Commissioner Says

"New crisis. The covert 19 pandemic caused a Massachusetts education officials to suspend the M cast testing requirement for this year. But that does not appear to be the case for 2021. W. B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe has that, Education commissioner Jeffrey Riley says, Like it or not, M cast tests will be back in the spring after the cancellation of the 2020 assessment exams. Damps. There is a bill on Beacon Hill that would suspend the M CASS exams for four years due to the pandemic. But Education board member Matt Hills believes that would be the wrong thing to do is just unconscionable to go a second year, especially with all that this rock and not have a view as to what's working and what not, I understand the politics and the rhetoric is going to get really heated. It's a horrible policy to avoid giving in, supporters argue students need a break and shouldn't Have to worry about covert 19 along with a high stakes testing. Kim Tana Cliff W. B. Z Boston's

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Boston Restaurant Owners Getting Heated Over How to Keep Outdoor Diners Warm

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Restaurant Owners Getting Heated Over How to Keep Outdoor Diners Warm

"To to embrace embrace sidewalk sidewalk dining dining for for the the fallen fallen winter, winter, and and they're trying to find the best way is to keep their diners warm while they're at it. The problem is outdoor portable propane heaters are getting ever tougher to find. W. B C's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with Tricia Dombrowski is the vice president of BONG restaurant supply about this without the heaters to warm up outdoor seating areas. Some restaurants are being forced to close for good. I know of about 20 restaurant that closed better customers. There's many more Are you trying to get through the fall? Most of them are very nervous about wintertime. Also

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Research Led by Boston's Children Hospital Offers New Insights Into Mysterious, Rare COVID-Related Inflammatory Illness In Children

WBZ Afternoon News

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Research Led by Boston's Children Hospital Offers New Insights Into Mysterious, Rare COVID-Related Inflammatory Illness In Children

"Illness that's been diagnosed in a couple of 100 Children. Ah, month or so after they got Corona virus, W. B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe reports Massachusetts Is among the three states with the highest numbers off the new illness. Boston Children's Hospital Pediatric cardiologists, Dr Kevin Friedman says 50 kids and teens in Massachusetts have contracted MSC Goodbye. Do not cause this type of ammunition gone a month or so later. I see can cause swelling, high fever, abdominal issues and heart problems. A CDC report says. 70 to 80% of the kids contracting the syndrome are African, American and Hispanic. Similar numbers not quite as high, but their numbers in the Boston area. Dr Freedman says another doctor at Boston Children's is leading a nationwide study on the long term effects of MSC. We will recruit 100 patients all of them for a year to see exactly how much involvement hard on what happened to the patients who have cardiac involvement over a year's Kent on the Cliff. W B Z Boston's News Radio six away time for a check on Wall Street with Bloomberg Thanks to strengthen tech stocks, and as that

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Boston - The Bean Counter inherits recipes from Crown Bakery

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - The Bean Counter inherits recipes from Crown Bakery

"19 takes a bite out of a popular Wooster bakery. But desserts are going to stay on the plate and W B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe. As another story of the cuisine Creativity. Crown Bakery had to close its doors in March due to the Corona virus that left a lot of unhappy customers. They missed the bakery, Swedish coffee rings and other tasty treats. Former owner John Lundstrom decided to keep his family tradition going by gifting his original Swedish recipes to the owner of the bean counter bakery, not even a mile away from his old business. We were six years my father had 23 years and I had it when the three years we Had a big following with Swedish copy bread and your key items, So they really missed it. When now when it's closed in March of this year because of the Corona Bean counter is now selling Lundstrom. Swedish coffee rings, which are a big hit. Kevin

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County officials turn to Tik Tok to encourage mask wearing

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

County officials turn to Tik Tok to encourage mask wearing

"Barnstable County officials are targeting teens and young adults in a new covert awareness campaign. BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports that they're taking their message to a popular and Controversial social media sites. We want Cape Cod to reopen safely and stay open. We all need to show up wearing our masks. It's called Show up with a mass. The one minute video features Cape Cotter's Between 15 and 25 years old, urging young people to wear a mask went out at a party or in a crowd. The Barnstable County Health Department is displaying the video on its newly created Tic Tac Page,

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Young adults the focus of new Tik Tok awareness campaign on Cape Cod

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Young adults the focus of new Tik Tok awareness campaign on Cape Cod

"W. B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe. We want Cape Cod three. Open safely and stay open. We all need to show up wearing our masks. It's called Show up with a mask. The one minute video features Cape Cotter's between 15 and 25 years old, urging young people to wear a mask with out at a party or in a crowd. The Barnstable County Health Department is displaying the video on its newly created Tic Tac Page, Health Department deputy director Erica would says there's been two new clusters of Corona virus cases on the Cape. There's been some House parties on the Cape and there have been spikes from those house parties. Unfortunately, a lot of these younger people work for the hospitality industry, which obviously creates more issues. The county Health Department is also challenging young people to make their own videos with themselves wearing masks and posting it on Tick talk. Kevin Tana Cliff W. B. Z Boston's news radio, It's estimated the Koven, 19 has put at least

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