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

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:31 sec | 2 d 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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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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Boston Marathon bombing survivors react after convict's death sentence overturned: ‘He needs to die’

The Fix-It Show with Tom Feiza

00:49 sec | Last month

Boston Marathon bombing survivors react after convict's death sentence overturned: ‘He needs to die’

"Federal appeals court overturned the death sentence of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Friday and ordered a new sentencing trial. Kim Tunnicliffe Boston NewsRadio, W. B Z spoke with local residents about that decision. Shannon from where him is not happy with the decision vacating Khokhar Tsarnaev's death sentence. I am upset that they would do that, if the reasoning is that people were biased. Can't even imagine how you find a jury pool that wouldn't be biased. Stephanie believes everyone deserves a fair trial. But she agrees it would have been almost impossible to find someone who hadn't heard about the highly publicised case very important that you're judged by a jury that isn't coming to you with preconceived ideas, But in this case, it's very that's very hard. I mean, anybody who hears about it is gonna have an emotional reaction and have an opinion about

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Court overturns Boston Marathon bomber's death sentence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last month

Court overturns Boston Marathon bomber's death sentence

"Stunned by an appeals court decision that overturned the death sentence for the the Boston Boston Marathon Marathon bomber, bomber, Kim Kim Tunnicliffe Tunnicliffe of of W. W. B B Z Z reports. reports. Most Most of of the the people people I I spoke spoke with with express express shock. shock. I'm I'm very very surprised, surprised, given given the the seriousness of the crime and how shocking that was when it happened. Michelle from born didn't hold back when I asked her if she agreed with the death sentence being overturned. Earned. I think he should have the death penalty for all the people that he hurt and killed a little boy. Now he's gotta go. He's no good for anybody. Here. We're just wasting our money. There will now be a new penalty phase in the trial for Joe Car Tsarnaev in

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School bus driver inspired by kids to go back to school himself

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

School bus driver inspired by kids to go back to school himself

"Than the Metro was school bus drivers going back to college himself, pursuing his own dream of becoming a high school teacher, W. B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. It's all thanks to some of the kids on his bus. Framingham School bus driver Clayton Ward loves history. The 30 year old went to college right after high school to become a history teacher, but ended up dropping out for the last few years. He's been helping some of the students on his bus with Her history lessons, encouraging them to view major events through the eyes of those who experienced them. The kids tell Ward they wish he was their teacher working with the kids really made me want to go back to school, expand their minds in the world of history is not always the best subject can be boring. At times. I want to try to not make it as Dole for them. The kids were really the big inspiration could give me the kick in the butt. You go back to school board has just completed his associates degree at Mass Bay Community College and will be transferring to Framingham State in the fall to get his bachelors

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Activists, protesters criticize Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s police certification bill outside State House

WBZ Midday News

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Activists, protesters criticize Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s police certification bill outside State House

"He was anything but a routine news conference for governor Charlie Baker in in Mattapan Mattapan he he was was there there to to announce announce the the developer developer that's that's been been chosen chosen to to build build some some affordable affordable housing housing on on the the old old Boston Boston state state hospital hospital site site but but as as WBZ's WBZ's Kim Kim Tunnicliffe reports the announcement was disrupted by protesters second and second I really several protesters interrupted governor Baker criticizing him for offering a five thousand dollar bonus to police officers who undergo racial sensitivity training as part of his proposed police certification system they say officer should not get incentives for being anti racist and for doing their jobs the governor responded to the criticism it's for people going above and beyond with respect to what they're required to do under our proposal and I don't expect many to do it but I think it's important that you want people to up their game if you want people to do a better job in serving the communities they represent and to be leaders it's not unusual to create a modest incentive for them to do that thank R. also says officers can be decertified under his proposal which in his mind is the most important part of the bill

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 months ago

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"Creates a certification program for law enforcement officers and must be renewed every three years misconduct would lead to mandatory decertification or suspension of credentials as it unfolds on WBZ Boston all right it is twelve thirty good afternoon and you were listening to WBZ news radio but we do have a breaking news story a man is being held without bail after a Braintree nurses tragically shot and killed in the entrance of her own home let's go live right now to Kim Tunnicliffe who was just at the arraignment this morning Kim what have you learned well this was a virtual arraignment Lori and not the prosecutor said that a babysitter walking to children on how we wrote in Braintree yesterday witnessed a man dressed in a brown you PS out that we already know she on the doorbell frantically and then start shooting at her when she answered the prosecutor Greg Connor alleges that man was Robert Bunning who used to live on how we rode and knew the victim Connor says bonang hit a rifle inside a box he was carrying the box had a hold on one side and that allowed him to stick his hand inside and allegedly pulled the trigger well she under was shot several times and died at south shore hospital and one police got there at the scene but then once in the yard officers found another rifle twenty two cal caliber gun ammunition and a police scanner near him is now being held without bail until his next court appearance on.

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Boston's Public Health Emergency will remain until further notice

WBZ Afternoon News

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Boston's Public Health Emergency will remain until further notice

"In Boston where major events are canceled through Labor Day mayor Marty Walsh stresses the virus mitigation efforts are working people need to keep it up and stay vigilant we pray paradise the health and security of all of our residents I want to see I. city bustling again I want to see people coming back and I want to see construction starting and I want to see our restaurants full I want to see our retail shops full I want to go to Fenway I want to go to Foxborough I want to go to the garden I want to do all the stuff that's been missing but we can't either the safety jump right back into it we're expecting more details on Monday from governor Baker on which businesses will be allowed to open first in the slow roll back of pandemic restrictions so many businesses are in a pension unsure whether they'll be allowed to open their doors soon or not WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with the hair salon owner on the south shore who's working to ensure her shops ready to open its doors at a moment's notice Lee Cullen is hard at work at her hair salon a step beyond beauty in Quincy repainting the walls putting up shelves and deep cleaning the building Lee has masks face shields hand sanitizer and forehead thermometers ready to go and she's putting up a lot of covert related signs you must wear a mask and if anyone has an elevated temperature please be considerate of everyone else reschedule your appointment for another time Colin says she wants to be ready to hit the ground running if the governor announces Monday that hair salons can re open right away she admits it's a bit frustrating that the governor's been playing it so close to the vest until I hear what he says your guess is as good as mine and it's a little frustrating because people are asking me I don't know the answer either so that's why I'm just trying to get prepared as much as possible then deal with whatever he says on Monday until the cliffs WBZ Boston news

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Boston - Trooper Rescues Eagle With Broken Legs On Mass Pike

Jay Talking

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Boston - Trooper Rescues Eagle With Broken Legs On Mass Pike

"And eagle hit by a car on the mass pike in west Springfield is now recovering at a wildlife rehab center I'm retired Massachusetts environmental police officer is now caring for the bird there's WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe a state trooper rescued the male eagle from the travelling on the pike and turn the bird over to eighty year old Tom Riccardi from the mass birds of prey rehab center Riccardi says it was a bit of a struggle trying to handle the large raptors eagles something specially expression when you work with the national bird but they handle about eagle the animals such a noble creature it just won't let you get the best of it it bites a grabs it fight you tooth and nail even when you're trying to help it both of the eagles legs were injured one is broken but Riccardi thinks the bird will be okay with lots of TLC rest and a cast on his broken leg for Riccardi his work is a labor of love I am eighty years old and I feel twenty because I I work with these very simple outages keeps you going on the cliffs WBZ Boston news

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'A worldwide hackathon': Hospitals turn to crowdsourcing and 3D printing amid equipment shortages

WBZ Morning News

01:01 min | 6 months ago

'A worldwide hackathon': Hospitals turn to crowdsourcing and 3D printing amid equipment shortages

"To home health facilities here are dealing with shortages in much needed medical equipment like face masks and respirators three D. printing company in greater Boston's trying to do its part to help WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports they're working to help ease the shortage of face masks at medical centers and hospitals we're getting numerous requests from hospitals really around the world correspondent John to the director of health care for for labs here in Somerville says the demand is intense right now they're working with one hospital to start making protective masks using their three D. printers and their employees working at home are doing this pro bono really out of good faith and that the balance you're approved so we have people going out of the land of their job before this outbreak early looking to help out however they can Chanda says the mask prototypes they're creating still have to be tested to ensure they meet strict medical standards were lying on the health systems to handle the body control and to really guide out in Somerville Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 6 months ago

U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

"Campus of tufts in Medford will be a lonely place come this spring the school decides to hold online classes only because of the corrosive Rhys doubly BC's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting the decision is turning out to be beneficial for one business you hall here on mystic valley parkway Medford is seeing an uptick in business flustered tufts students are showing up looking to store their belongings for both the spring and summer now that the university has decided to cancel in person classes and go strictly online for the upcoming semester Bob core deal is general manager of the U. haul we got a lot quicker than we usually do only to Ranma Morial day we just got to get the boxes in foreign man have storage reform bill says they just got a rush shipment of packing boxes top sophomore grace from Seattle storing her things in a friend's basement not far from tops and needed more boxes I you have a bunch of suitcases and luggage that I use to take myself here I put about boxes store everything Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 6 months ago

U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

"Campus of tufts in Medford will be a lonely place come this spring the school decides to hold online classes only because of the corrosive Rhys doubly BC's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting the decision is turning out to be beneficial for one business you hall here on mystic valley parkway Medford is seeing an uptick in business flustered tufts students are showing up looking to store their belongings for both the spring and summer now that the university has decided to cancel in person classes and go strictly online for the upcoming semester Bob core deal is general manager of the U. haul we got a lot quicker than we usually do only to Ranma Morial day we just got to get the boxes in foreign man have storage reform bill says they just got a rush shipment of packing boxes top sophomore grace from Seattle storing her things in a friend's basement not far from tops and needed more boxes I you have a bunch of suitcases and luggage that I use to take myself here I put about boxes store everything Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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Boston - Tufts suspends in-person classes, asks students not to return after spring break

WBZ Afternoon News

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Boston - Tufts suspends in-person classes, asks students not to return after spring break

"Tufts University among the wave of colleges canceling in person classes going on online now for the spring semester because of covert nineteen WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe isn't bad for a lot of students here at tufts are scrambling to pack up their dorm rooms and head home before the March sixteenth deadline freshmen's valley from New York City is in full fledged packing mode my dad coming to pick up my stuff and help me move Thursday I'm really just gonna pack everything that I can without his help and then when he comes let's do what we can see in our front line we would rather attend classes in person how do you feel about having to take online I don't like it at all I don't think it's going to work I think everyone's going to be confused one of the reasons we chose the schools because of the good professor so it's definitely not find when you have to take it online if that's what we have to do that so we have to do the seniors I spoke with say this isn't the way they wanted to end their college experience just going home when I come back it's not really the same it's not going to be the real thing Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio

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Boston: Hands-Free Cell Phone Law Officially In Effect For Massachusetts Drivers

Ric Edelman

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Boston: Hands-Free Cell Phone Law Officially In Effect For Massachusetts Drivers

"The new distracted driving law goes into effect in the bay state today the law bars drivers from using hand held cell phones while behind the wheel here's WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe state police will be increasing patrols to look for distracted drivers colonel Christopher Mason says the new law allows cell phones to be used only while in hands free mode drivers may only touch their phones to activate the hands free mode with the touch tap or swipe of the phone so if you're driving

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Boston: Drivers Support Distracted Driving Law: ‘This Is One More Good Reminder’

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Boston: Drivers Support Distracted Driving Law: ‘This Is One More Good Reminder’

"State police will be increasing patrols to look for distracted drivers colonel Christopher Mason says the new law allows cell phones to be used only while in hands free mode drivers may only touch their phones to activate the hands free mode with the touch tap or swipe of the phone so if you're driving or even stopped at a traffic light or stuck in traffic you cannot handle the phone to make or receive a call read or write a tax to use email or the internet warnings will be given out to distracted drivers up until April first after that it's a one hundred dollar fine for a first offense two hundred and fifty dollars and a driver safety course for a second offense and five hundred Bucks in a surcharge on your insurance for a third offense it will over time save lives that's the most important message we should all take away from here Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio and this law brings Massachusetts in line with every other state in New

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‘I Got My Life Back’: Woman Thanks Natick Police For Saving Her During Overdose, Leading To Sobriety

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:00 min | 7 months ago

‘I Got My Life Back’: Woman Thanks Natick Police For Saving Her During Overdose, Leading To Sobriety

"First responders save the lives of people overdose on opioids every day but it's not every day they get a heartfelt thanks from their patients WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us police in one metro west community received words of thanks from a former drug addict Natick police say this is what makes it all worthwhile they recently got a visit from a woman who brought them some baked goods and a hand written letter thanking them for saving her life after she nearly died from an overdose after she was revived with C. P. R. and R. cannon August the woman checked herself into detox and hasn't used sets the woman's letter talks about how saving her life has changed her life give her custody of her child back he gave her the ability to hold a steady job she's able to live with her family again she's earn their trust back now she can say that she loves herself police lieutenant Carter Rossi says the letter should serve as inspiration for others who are struggling with addiction the messages were here people care about you you matter don't give up there is light at the

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way north WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe choices live from the Cape good morning Kim. morning Tina will I just spoke with the communications director for the steamship authority here in Hyannis showing Driskell tells me service is shut down right now an old warning runs to Nantucket end of the year to have been canceled last night they preemptively canceled high speed ferry service now there are some folks parked here on stand by waiting in their vehicle to see if they can eventually for the car ferry to get over to the island one couple from Philadelphia is at the front of one of the light they've been waiting since about four thirty this morning they've got their coffees with them they've been told that possibly ferry service could resume around two o'clock this afternoon but right now it's all a wait and see in Hyannis kept on the cliff WBZ Boston newsradio right can sink you and with all this rain and wind become power outages I have to meet a website pulled up right now and looks like nearly two or twenty three hundred outages are being reported at this point we'll keep an eye on that for you we get more on Dorian from CBS news I'm hearing on the storm death toll is forty three in the Bahamas CBS's Errol Barnett is in Freeport keno latisse and his father are trying to make contact with friends they haven't spoken with since the storm I think the state of the road they turned back is rough gem devastation. very good that we reached out to a government official to ask them about the slow distribution of aid and they tell us that.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A year Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston snooze ray eleven oh seven and on Beacon Hill governor Baker vetoing a bill now that would allow unions representing public workers to charge nonmembers costs associated with representing them through the grievance process Baker says overall he supports the premise of the bill but he's not happy with language in it I would give union officials access to info like cell phone numbers of these non union members Baker says he refuses to sign any bill that would force an agency to turn over that information without the employees permission all right eleven oh wait we had a very difficult day on Wall Street yesterday let's see if it's getting any better out there it's done for Bloomberg business go back to Tracy junkie who just about anything would look better than the route we saw yesterday to call but as a recovery goes this doesn't really cut it's the Dow is up eighty nine points it would need seven more days like this to recover what it lost yesterday nasdaq's up fifty three points the S. and P. is up thirteen the milk alternative hurting the nation's largest dairy producer the most in recent months wasn't almond milk or milk dean foods says water was the beverage of choice dean lost money in the latest quarter and more than expected I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio of course Tracy will keep checking in with her all afternoon watching Wall Street trying to see if we can actually get this rebound going if you're curious about Wall Street you wanna stay connected but you're not really sure how to keep listening to us it's very easy if you're out running errands right now or if you're just getting to work you can always pull us up on the I heart radio app it's free for your mobile device just downloaded onto your phone.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Law Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio and we're following some developing news out of New York at twelve oh one a federal judge they're denying bail for jailed billionaire Jeffrey apps teen facing sex trafficking charges accused of recruiting and sexually abusing dozens of young girls this homes in New York and Florida and prosecutors argued that Epstein needs to stay behind bars until his trial as not only does he have the means to run but they claim is also a danger to the public lawyers for the defense though said he wouldn't run and was willing to put up much of his fortune as collateral it's twelve OO to with the crowd last night at a campaign rally for president trump in Greenville North Carolina there chanting send her back as the president targeted rep you along Omar of Minnesota came to the US from Somalia as a child refugee president refusing to back down against Omar or three other Congress woman of color to hear from ABC's Terry Moran days trumpets hammered the four freshmen democratic lawmakers all of them women of color saying they should go back to the countries they originally came from three of those lawmakers were born in America the president's base doesn't see all this this race baiting rhetoric but is patriotism for the president and his campaign the strategy is clearly to divide the country lashing out at Democrats in California man said to be arraigned today in connection with the death of a two year old boy in Brockton Timmy Joe Griffin of Long Beach indicted last month on charges of murder and reckless endangerment of a child Griffin's being charged in the death of his ear Phillips the boy found unresponsive in a home in Brockton back in twenty sixteen is your Phillips dying of his injuries three days later at this point no word on how the two.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With a contractor that runs a detention center for migrant children in texas w._b._z.'s kim tunnicliffe reports they chanted and held signs reading a prison with debt is still a prison and a cage is not a home this employee says workers would like to see wayfair executive stop supplying beds to migrant detention facilities along the southern border these camps we want to set up a code of ethics they make sure that we do business with we're okay with that employees are also asking the company to donate profits earned from the order to an immigrant advocacy group wayfair says it's not backing out of any contracts a baby in f. custody has died the department of children and families says the fifteen month old girl died at lawrence general hospital on sunday after her foster father called nine one one and said the baby was not responding the d._a.'s office says the girl did not show signs of trauma and the medical examiner will determine how she died the number of opioid related emergency room visits dropped nearly six percent in massachusetts from twenty sixteen to twenty seventeen the drop comes after two years of increases still the state's health policy commission says there were nearly sixty eight thousand opioid related hospital visits summertime sun means in summertime fun with best beans stop crushing candy and play the five star rated puzzle game best beans.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Creates a commission to monitor the impact of the sooner open casino in Everett that, Sunday, by the way. And the attorney general's office is calling it the largest opioid bust in per offices. History. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Authorities have seized millions of dollars worth of drugs, twelve suspects from Lawrence are under arrest charged with running a large scale sophisticated opioid trafficking operation. Attorney general Maura Healey says the arrests are the result of a two year investigation involving local state and federal authorities, the takedown resulted in the seizure of four guns nearly one hundred thousand dollars in cash and more than twenty four kilos of heroin, Fenton all and cocaine as a result of this operation. We dismantled a major drug trafficking operation in the northeast region of this country. The drugs are worth millions of dollars but Healy says, more importantly, they represent hundreds of thousands of lethal doses of drugs that they've been able to keep off the streets. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio. A Syrian refugee in Pittsburgh. Berg is locked up accused of planning to bomb a church in the name of ISIS. Prosecutors say that Mustafa aloe Amir wanted to set off explosives in a backpack next month. ABC's pierre. Thomas in Washington says these kinds of plots are becoming more common. This is the same community to saw the tree of life, synagogue massacre last October. And that was recently FBI briefing were senior FBI official warned that the agency is experiencing a higher tempo of terrorism cases that they've seen in a long time. He said there are roughly five thousand open terrorism investigations, internationally and here at home. This includes when thousand ISIS cases, eight hundred fifty domestic terrorism cases, some involving white supremacists and one thousand so-called homegrown extremists. Investigators say that allo Amir bought bomb materials printed out, copies of Google satellite maps, showing undercover agents, the church locale, and even as planned escape route in Virginia Beach families of those killed in the mass shooting. Eating three weeks ago are demanding an outside investigation. CBS Jim Krasula says they're not satisfied with what they're hearing from police and city leaders, Denise Smallwood is among those calling for more transparency in the investigation into the may thirty first Virginia Beach municipal building shooting her fifty two year old twin brother Joshua hardy was among those killed this guy decided to go to work one day and just shoot up. This Bill is of the contributing factors of Virginia Beach. Civil engineer was shot and killed by police after he shot and killed eleven city workers at one outside contractor police have yet to offer a motive in the case. Jim Krasula, CBS news. The parents of New Mexico teen accused of opening fire inside his high school should have done more to keep their handgun locked up this, according to prosecutors have charged the pair with contributing to the delinquency of a minor ABC's Clayton Sandell reports police say. They warn the couple nearly a year before the shooting that their son was hearing voices. The last twenty years only a handful of adults about four have been charged in similar cases. The accused gunman's parents have not entered a plea. And their son has not been formally charged is actually in custody waiting for mental health treatment and last month was found incompetent to stand trial. Those voices were telling him to shoot up his school police say the teen indeed did firing three shots at the school in Rio. Rancho, thankfully, no one injured cases hinge on it. But a new report says there's a long way too long for DNA and lab analysis. It's a widespread problem. And here's CBS news, CBS news has uncovered dozens of states, are significantly behind Illinois has a backlog of more than twenty three thousand cases in South Carolina. It could take more than nine months to get results back on DNA or firearms testing in Idaho. Some case..

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kim Tunnicliffe tells us mayor Marty Walsh and the pine street in teamed up for the city's annual sensitive hitting the streets to take part in the city's annual homeless cow generally walked downtown watching. This will be my six time doing in over six years of seeing a decrease in people being on the street last year. I met a woman. That I met for five consecutive years on the street, and she doesn't wanna come off the street. We ought to continue to work to try and get people to program, and they need to get them onto straight the mayor's goal to convince those who usually stay outside during the frigid weather to hunker down in a shelter for the next few days. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio Leeson Rockland this morning on the lookout for a couple of men wanted in an armed home invasion. It all started with a knock on the door at a home in the area of West Water and central streets yesterday morning around ten o'clock, the men pretending to be employees of a heating company. They forced their way in showing guns in the process, and then taking off with cash and jewelry from that home. They headed out in a black SUV toward Abington and have not been seen since anyone with any information being asked to contact Rockland police, the California parole board once again recommends releasing one of cult leader, Charles Manson's followers, sixty nine year old Leslie Van Houten serving a life sentence for a man. And murder in nineteen sixty nine when she was just a teenager rich Pfeiffer is her lawyer. He says Van Houten deserves her freedom and that California's new governor can't simply just decide to keep her locked up any longer. And asked me, a liberal reason, and he has to be unreasonable public safety. And I don't believe that anybody could be months before we know governor Gavin nuisance decision about the issue twice before Van Houten has been denied by then governor Jerry Brown. Police had Chicago have pored over hundreds of hours of surveillance video but have yet to find any images showing an attack on one of the stars of the hit TV show empire actor Jesse small ad claims. He was attacked by two masked men in the middle of the night. Earlier this week. He says they yelled, racial and homophobic, slurs at him smell at who is black and gay also claims they wrapped a rope around his neck authorities say they're going to keep trying keep looking at video expanding that search to include traffic cameras in public boss cameras as well. Eight eighteen up to four degrees in Boston on our way to the teens today. A school girl scout troop in New Jersey claims someone took off with a pile of cash from their girl scout cookie stand, but ABC's Brian Clark tells us police not so sure about that a leader of a New Jersey girl scout troop said proceeds from cookie sale were stolen from the Woodbridge center mall on January eighteenth. Jessica Medina's suggested that a man and an elderly woman may have taken it. But after police found that duo they quickly ruled them out as suspects from their authorities say other details Medina story, crumbled. And they've now concluded that. No crime was committed suggesting the scouts may have accidentally thrown away the envelope. The local girl scout chapter says it's surprised and very saddened Medina has been removed from her volunteer position. Brian Clark, ABC news, New York, New Hampshire man, should've probably asked a scout for help starting his campfire. If he had he likely wouldn't have dumped a canister of gasoline on it that of course, sent flames shooting into the air his head. Head face neck and arms all burnt this happened in Loudon last night..

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Right window at seven away at a pretty big dive today on Wall Street. Let's find out what happened in Bloomberg business with Tracy jonky. It's been two months since we've seen losses this steep. The Dow down seven hundred ninety nine points, NASDAQ down two hundred eighty three points in the s&p is down ninety Wall Street wants to see evidence of meaningful progress on the China trade front instead the White House backed down from more optimistic statements about the potential for a deal into this mix we tossing an apple that's taking the rare step of offering a discount to buyers of its newest iphones and raising concerns about the devices popularity. It's a three hundred dollar discount on the iphone ten are with a trade in. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. And the man suspected. In a series of fires in Dudley is dead. WBZ's? Kim Tunnicliffe says the fires were reported in two vehicles. A home a shed in the central Massachusetts town police chief Stephen Wehner says a man was found dead at the scene of the fire here on Dudley Oxford road. The man has not been identified court records indicate the home that caught fire is owned by Julie and James sores a restraining order had been taken out by MRs source against her husband in June. She claims James was a disabled vet who took multiple narcotics to control chronic pain. And that he experienced extreme rage and paranoia in the court documents Julie said her husband threatened to set her checkbook on fire and kill her cat. Chief Wayner is not commenting on a possible motive say police have been here to investigate marshal's office as well as the district attorney's office state fire Marshall's office says the victim of the blaze was intimately involved with the start of the fires. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ News Radio ten thirty the states to marijuana retail shops pulling in the green again in week two of sales the cannabis can. Troll commission says the stores in LeicesteR and Northampton sold more than two and a half million dollars of the drug and marijuana related products. Customer spent about forty dollars per unit on average last Friday was the busiest sales day, it is seven ten and emotional state house committee hearing today on a Bill that would among other things mandate health. Coverage be continued for locked out national grid workers they had consciences they would be ashamed. Chris a lockdown national grid steel worker who tried not to cry. He told the stifling standing room only hearing about his wife already a breast cancer survivor being diagnosed with stage, four cervical cancer and not having insurance that insurance was cut off in June. When workers were locked out by national grid. Just so disgusted. This is not this was not bargaining in good faith by the company. This was economic and medical terrorism. And it was done completely intentionally. In a statement national grid says the proposed Bill appears to target a specific company and likely has legal issues episode. State house in Boston. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty changes. Now in the Baker Pollino administration public safety and security secretary. Daniel Bennett is leaving be replaced by corrections department Commissioner Thomas Turco Baker says Bennett has from the beginning shown leadership working across state and local government on a range of issues. Turco says he's looking forward to working on several issues from fighting the opioid epidemic to continuing reform over at the state police, we could learn a lot more soon from special counsel Robert Muller about just how cooperative President Trump's former national security advisor has been when it comes to the Russia probe CBS's Steve Dorsey says today is the deadline for Muller's team to recommend a sentence. The special council is expected to recommend to a federal judge a sentence for retired US army, Lieutenant General Michael Flynn. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials on behalf of Mr. Trump. But he's cooperated with prosecutors hoping probation, the special counsel will reveal. For the first time publicly. How much information Flynn has share his sentencing is set for December eighteenth? And there's been a reported cyber attack on Republicans the national Republican congressional committee. Now says it was hit with a cyber intrusion during the midterms panels not giving out many details. But does say the attack was done by an unknown entity. It is seven twelve time. Now for sports, let's turn to Tom Cuddy Bruins on the road there at the Florida Panthers tonight Yaroslav halack in Gaul, no score first period Celtics on their practice courts for two days of scrimmaging. They're improving three wins in a row Brad Stevens on the plan for similar to last.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Story this hour the Seabrook New Hampshire woman who police say ran down a couple she had a, feud with killing, a man is now. Facing upgraded charges WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe is here with the latest Kim well Jeff Katrina. Costello is now facing charges of second degree murder in a hit and run crash that killed her neighbor Stephen, vandal and vandalism Linda and, his wife Erin were walking their dog on pine street and Seabrook when. They were hit by cuss Stelios truck the New Hampshire attorney general's office claims Castillo aimed her vehicle at. Mr. vandal and hit the gas and then took off after hitting the victims Costello, has waived her arraignment and is being held without bail. Aaron van de Linda had an active restraining order out against Kostenko the order details on number of incidents in which. Van Dylan declaim she was threatened and harassed by her. Neighbor on, several occasions she said Costello screamed obscenities from. Her back porch. She and. Her husband gave. Them the finger and made, verbal threats including telling Aaron that she needed, to watch her back. And that she would need protection Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ News Radio ten thirty. Right Kim this just into our newsroom this afternoon. The, mashpee, police chief says the pursuit that ended in a head on crash killing Marine Corps veteran Kevin Quinn and two. Others should have been Terminated mashpee police initiated the July twenty eighth pursuit of Mickey. Rivera shortly after midnight Rivera crashed his sedan into Kevin Quinn. Who was returning from Cape Cod hospital after visiting his wife and. Newborn daughter Rivera died at the scene Quinn died later at the. Hospital Rivera's passenger also died in that crash and investigation found. Rivera meets reach speeds of one hundred miles per. Hour in the fifty mile an hour zone causing him to lose control all the body of Senator John McCain being flown to Washington this afternoon after leaving, Arizona, for, the final, time, those who, knew? Him. Best and loved him most remembered the. War hero at a memorial today in Phoenix the service here lasted around ninety, minutes John McCain was repeatedly described as a principled man bless you John McCain two of his children. Read from the bible at ten to be born and attempted, die.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Don huff WBZ news our top story, this hour, hundreds turning out for a vigil in Weymouth tonight to remember police officer, Michael chestnut. An innocent bystander. There Adams both killed yesterday. WBZ's. Kim Tunnicliffe. Spoke with some of those who attended went, around and, talked to a number of residents for may just said they had to, be here. They felt compelled. To be a lot of Versus shock They just want to come. Out police they care these are their police officers, that went a police officer. Is killed you know that it really does affect the entire community in his. Remarks tonight police chief Rick Grimes said with all the high profile police use of force cases around. The country he knew this would come. But prayed it would not happen in Weymouth. Grimes adding he's saddened beyond belief at officer, chestnuts death no arraignment today for the suspected shooter Emmanuel Lopes facing to council burder prosecutors say he was not medically ready today, to appear but may be in court tomorrow or tonight from the Norfolk DA's office that there Adams did not die from a, stray bullet but was targeted having looked out her window singing the suspected gunman who allegedly shot and. Killed her these neighbors spoke with WBZ TV. About atoms here's really character Broke my heart Brooklyn had to know. That innocently died I take it I. Keep saying that she was such a she had, so much life tour governor. Charlie Baker says the killing of officer chestnut is a reminder of the dangers. That law enforcement officers face each day Baker adding he continues to support the death penalty for those. Convicted of killing police officers but added. It's not likely the policy could become law..

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From the hatch shell kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty okay thank you very much and yeah just at the top the hour we got that special marine warning from the national weather service for boston harbor looking at some dark skies out there this is going to be moving southerly towards the south shore also we're seeing some activity on ipswich bay so things are cooking up right on schedule berry burbank said right around now we might see some thunderstorm activity in the boston area more than one hundred power customers remained without electricity in needham this hour after a couple of manhole blasts at one point more than thirteen hundred outages were reported in needham and newton there are also outages right now in walden and saugus a former state trouper faces possible prison time after pleading guilty in the overtime fraud scheme that's rocked the state police wbz's bernice corpuz tells us about the plea deal unsealed today former trooper gregory raftery has pleaded guilty to one count of embezzlement court documents claim the fortysevenyearold westwood resident has admitted to collecting fifty four thousand dollars in overtime pay for for work he did not do in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen prosecutors say he even submitted bogus motor vehicle citations that were never issued to operators to hide the fact that he did not perform traffic enforcement duties last week three other former troopers were arrested on similar charges david wilson gary herman and paul season were released after pleading not guilty raftery is scheduled to be sentenced in september and could face up to ten years in prison bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty following his confession state police colonel kerry gilpin issued a statement reading in part here this department will continue to hold accountable any member who violates our code of conduct no one is more disheartened by this illegal conduct that and the overwhelming majority of troopers who exhibit integrity and bravery every day governor charlie baker says the red flag bill he signed today into law will help prevent gun deaths and suicides while protecting second amendment rights the new law allows for the temporary removal of firearms from those considered a danger to themselves or others it also creates a licensing procedure for stunguns the state's highest court ruled that a blanket ban on them was unconstitutional and the trump white house aims to pull race out of college admissions the story coming up wbz news time seven oh three traffic and weather together mike king with a subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The coney probe the former fbi head made mistakes a special report in a moment but first the trump foundation says the lawsuit filed against it by new york's attorney general is politics at its worst we just heard from the white house press secretary the previous new york ag who was forced to retire in disgrace made it stated mission to use this matter to advance his own political gain and the current acting new york ag has stated that battling the white house is the most important job she's ever done that sounds outrageously bias and certainly problematic the suit claims the president illegally used his charity to pay legal settlements related to his golf clubs and now the komi probe the report is out and we have reaction cbs news special report how the fbi conducted its probe into hill hillary clinton's emails was the focus of an eighteen month long probe it's out now it is critical of former fbi director james komi calling him in subordinate more from cbs's ed o'keefe this is an investigation that reviewed more than one point two million documents interviewed more than one hundred witnesses including apparently former president clinton presumably about his discussions with the former attorney general loretta lynch at the phoenix airport back during the campaign no evidence found to show the komi was politically biased in his decisions correspondent bill rakoff with the reaction in dc statement from attorney general jeff sessions says that the report reveals a number of significant errors by the senior leadership of the department of justice and the fbi and he goes on to say the department is not above criticism and it's accountable to the chief executive congress and most importantly the american people cbs news special report i'm dave barrett you're listening to wbz radio will have more throughout the day back to the courts today the jerry the murder trial of frank salami and an associate is expected to get its instructions tomorrow wbz's kim tunnicliffe tells us the.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The offend the offend kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty a man is found dead in the water at charlestown yacht club police confirmed the man in his sixties was pulled from the marina yesterday shortly before seven pm wearing a jogging outfit there were no visible signs of trauma it's being investigated as a drowning police pull another man out of the water after he attempted to flee from troopers by swimming across the charles river say police confirm a trooper was questioning a disorderly man near jfk park in cambridge around nine thirty last night when he took off on foot while being chased by the trooper the man dove into the river and tried to swim away a state police patrol vessel pulled the suspect out of the water cambridge officers administered narcan and officers accompanied him to a local hospital for further treatment were today the former president george h w bush is feeling better after checking out of the hospital embittered main ninety three year old george hw bush was being treated for low blood pressure after he traveled from houston to a summer home in maine during his hospitalization the spokesman said the former president was grateful to the physicians who treated him and the many well wishers who contacted him he tweeted a photo of mr bush sitting up in his hospital bed and reading a book about his seventythree your marriage to barbara bush who died in april he spent eight days in the hospital this latest time around one theater chain has a new approach to marketing chick flicks cbs has deborah rodriguez explains you wanna get a job amc is debut in the allfemale oceans eight reboot tomorrow night a day ahead of schedule calling it a girls night out event theaters in atlanta baltimore chicago la tampa and washington dc we'll handout collectible pens notebooks and popcorn bars will serve cocktails called the heist made with peach vodka triple sec oj and soda and unlike last year's wonder woman screenings men will be allowed in deborah rodriguez cbs news first lady melania trump made her first appearance in nearly a month yesterday when she attended a white house event honoring gold star families mrs trump joined her husband at the reception after her absence from the public eye following a kidney procedure prompted questions about her health earlier this week a white house spokesperson said the first lady.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A high of sixty in the high sixties downtown inland seventy one traffic and weather together coming up i'm sherry small wbz news now to our top story at this hour a car crashes right into a home in melrose wbz's kim tunnicliffe joins us live from the scene kim what are you seeing quite a sight sherry the damage to the front of the home year on east emerson street is expensive there is a huge gaping hole where the front door used to be there's broken furniture strewn all over the yard and inside the house now a car careened up the front steps and crashed right through the front of the house ending up in the foyer about twelve feet in it appears the driver had tasked out behind the wheel after giving blood now luckily the homeowners were not there at the time paul nestor nardi was at south station and the call that there was a car inside his so he came home to find the mess a lot of dan teak sir now in shambles but he is taking it all in stride sherry laughing about the whole thing he says things can be replaced people cannot be says he's just glad that everyone here is okay in melrose kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty kim thank you for that live report wbz news time one thirty one shooting this morning at a cambridge gas station and as wbz's doug cope tells us if followed a confrontation over a bottle of water to men came into the all night shell station on cambridge street in cambridge just before four am one apparently took a bottle of water without paying the two got into a confrontation with a clerk one of the men went to a car got a gun fired a shot which praised the clerk and the foot the gunman ran off the other man took off in the car the clerk was treated and released at a local hospital he's okay in cambridge doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty a lawyer for a.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And the community kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty another shooting in brockton overnight this one leaving a man dead around ten o'clock police say they found a car with several bullet holes in the windshield the victim a twenty four year old male having crashed his car into a tree after being shot the man was later transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead this is the third shooting in brockton this weekend state police and the plymouth county district attorney's office are investigating the president taking to twitter to label syrian president bush shara las on an annual for what president trump says was a mindless chemical attack as correspondent pamela falk reports it happened outside damascus and left scores dead hundreds of other men women and children injured world leaders and the un secretary general on sunday responded to a new suspected chemical weapons attack in syria the reportedly has killed dozens of civilians in the town of duma during a new offensive by syrian government forces after the collapse of truce with opposition groups the attack is now drawing condemnation from the governments of turkey and iran turkey's president calling the killed women and children murdered a violation of international law and the official iranian news agency saying the attacks will be used to justify american military action reports of the deadly chemical attack in syria video footage shows the regime assault on one of the last rebelheld enclaves outside damascus i'm larry miller russia in syria deny chemical weapons were used calling reports fabrications and provocations the kremlin warns against foreign military intervention the white helmets who act as first responders in rebelheld areas claim the assad regime drop barrel bombs filled with poisonous chlorine gas syria dismisses the white helmets as a foreign funded terrorist propaganda mouthpiece there are some varying reports on the number killed some reports are as high as eighty people the president says he's doing a good job but republicans are critical of scott pruitt's behavior needs to stop that story coming up on wbz wbz news time three oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio thurgau grand wbz's karyn regal covered the rally on boston common and found the protest message still hanging around even after the rally ended after each one of these marches the question is what happens to the sides and what's happened to these signs after this march was at a are going up on the fence along charles street and this is a long fence it goes from beacon street all the way down park place enough is enough never again look from the past changed gun legislation now enough of nra own politicians thank you high school kids guns are dangerous duh thousands gathered for the main rally in washington dc with the emotional and fiery speeches by students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida and elsewhere cbs news correspondent wishy zhang is in washington dc with more about the march for our lives rally young people here today are not old enough to vote but they will be in twenty twenty and they say they're already thinking about the next presidential election it's really really important for able to vote in the next election is making a difference now organizers say today's rally is just the beginning of the biggest one registration we're gonna we're going to get the they are hoping to make gun control a central issue in the upcoming midterm elections region jiang cbs news washington president trump was at his golf club in maralago florida during the rally but the white house issued a statement commending the students for taking part in the march today or yesterday and emphasize the president's move friday to ban bump stocks they also rallied in sydney australia to show support for gun control in the us about one hundred people mostly australians in american pats took part among them jennifer smith i am so inspired by the young kids who have stepped forward to say enough is enough but sadly they're doing the jobs that adults have not been able to do and still ahead i do miss sometimes air force one the very nice airplane especially when you're flying across the pacific it's it's really useful to have former president barack obama is on the road in japan coming up we'll tell you what he's doing there wbz news time five oh three traffic and weather together we begin with.

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"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Friends come together to remember and honor state police trooper their family of trooper thomas cloudy gathered at his former barracks in central massachusetts for a very special memorial cloudy was killed when a car swerved into his cruiser during a traffic stop on the mass pike it happen in march two thousand sixteen it was a solemn ceremony outside the charleston state police barracks were a granite monument was unveiled with a picture of trooper cloudy etched in stone barracks commander lieutenant michael smith explains what he remembers most about clark whose compassion is one of the things i learned from you whether he had somebody under arrest or they will broken down roadside or on the phone he treated everybody with respect and compassion and let me tell you the tommy is probably one of the best at that lieutenant smith says cloudy would not have wanted all the fuss was a big strong man but he was a very gentle soul i think he'd be a little embarrassed kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio russia is retaliating against britain for its decision to expel twentythree diplomats cbs news correspondent larry miller is at the foreign desk in london the british ambassador was summoned to the russian foreign ministry in moscow to be told the twenty three of the staff or being expelled that's the same number of russian diplomats who've been told to leave london russia also closing the british council a cultural and educational center russia warns it if britain takes further action it will match it this diplomatic punch and counterpunch comes after a nerve agent attack on a former russian spy and his daughter in england the uk blames moscow larry miller cbs news london and unprecedented cinderella wayne the.

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