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03:52 min | 1 year ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" 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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"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Arts Program has formed a partnership with my brother's table and Lynn to prepare and deliver meals once a week to the nonprofit in a video the school made to highlight the partnership. My brother's Table executive director Diane Cozy, a Hill says they're seeing unprecedented. Man right now, folks that we've never seen before. Here, it's virtually impossible for us to keep up with demand by ourselves doing really turned to community partners and other folks to help us out and having young people be part of that solution has been great. Senior culinary arts student Connor Air says it's a great feeling to know the meals they're making are going to a worthy cause. Gave me more motivation to want to come back and really helped out that cause and preparing the food for the people that really do need it right now. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ boss. Jen's news radio President Trump issued 15 pardons last night and five computations among those four convicted murderers who worked for Blackwater in Iraq. The president commuting the sentences of four former employees of the military contracting firm Blackwater Worldwide. Those four men convicted of murdering 14 unarmed innocents, Iraqi men, women and Children with machine guns, grenades and sniper fire. The president's commutation now releases them from prison. Blackwater is owned by Erik Prince, who is education secretary Betsy DeVos, his brother and a vocal trump supporter. Other pardons include George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI during the investigation into Russian election interference. Smart speakers are.

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"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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05:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Bit of a toned down affair many people are still staying home there are new rules for those going to beaches just in time for the Memorial Day weekend governor Charlie Baker in Lawrence today praising the amount of testing that has been done for corona virus Lori Loughlin and her husband admit their guilt in the college admissions cheating scandal they were both in court by video today in fall river high school math teacher is now facing child rape charges there for you school teacher Lori many sis was arraigned over a video conference yesterday bail was set at ten thousand dollars for the Bristol county DA's office originally it ask for twenty thousand it comes on the condition that he does not have contact with the victim or any children he is due back in court in July president drop today says he has deemed places of worship a central made the corona virus emergency spoke at veterans bikers rally one our churches open we want our places of faith synagogues we want to open and that's going to start happening I consider them essential and that's one of the things we're saying the president said he would override any governors who refused to open houses of worship this week at the time the coronavirus task force also reported hospitalizations have dropped dramatically over the past month across the country the president marking this Memorial Day weekend hosting bikers and veterans marking rolling to remember honoring US veterans prisoners of war and those missing in action thank you for keeping this noble tradition alive and for preserving the memory of those who are missing but never forgotten never forgot this year the Memorial Day rolling thunder demonstrations raising awareness about veteran suicide led by members of M. facts the president's likely opponent in November election has an advantage in some new polling correspondent Mike Bauer with the numbers according to the latest poll from Quinnipiac university and it may be an out liar presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden leads president trump by eleven points in the general election matchup but according to real clear politics the other seven poles all have Biden leading trump by as little as one point to as many as eleven points with an average of a five and a half point lead what does that leave me Quinnipiac university polling analyst to Malloy's as at best for team trump it says voter confidence in president trump is shaky at worst for them as coronavirus cases rise trumps judgement is questioned and November looms Joe Biden was on I heart radio's the breakfast club with Charlotte may the god this morning some of the comments he made are stirring up controversy listen you gotta come see it when you come to New York VP Biden well it's a long way until November we got more questions you got more questions by telling if you have a problem figuring out what you're for mayor trump and you a black they don't have nothing to do with trump it has to do with the fact I want something for my community I would love to see record man I extended the voting rights twenty five years I have a record that is second to none the N. double ACP is endorsed me every time I run the war I mean come on take a look at the record that comments not sitting well with some African American Republican senator Tim Scott of South Carolina the only African American senator currently in office tweeted out the more than a million black Americans voted for trump twenty sixteen of the Joe Biden is now telling them they are black New Hampshire senator Maggie Hassett is on Joe Biden short list of possible running mates WA you are so she's among at least a dozen potential contenders to be on the ticket they've he has vowed to pick a woman as his running mate rafters other senator Jeanne Shaheen politely turned down a request to be feted citing her commitment to the state of New Hampshire others on the list include senators Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar and Kamilla Harris a south shore Dr calling it a miraculous recovery he beat covert nineteen with the help of his significant other all my gosh my wife since my last Dr Nick Catanese was on his deathbed after contracting coronavirus from treating sick patients it got so bad he was put on a ventilator at tufts going into respiratory failure compound and a half posted mon yeah I condition to I spent twenty four hours and that required cold into patient mechanical information explains Jennifer a nurse put out a desperate plea on social media for plasma for her husband and it worked out the neediest receive the experimental treatment in within a day started improving he's now at home recovering with his wife and daughter I don't know we got it time and I can't wait to get back to our site correct yes Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio Fitbit may be good for counting steps and such but maybe it will be good for more the company wants to help detect the coronavirus sooner rather than later well Fitbit tracks just about everything all day steps floors distance the company is encouraging users who had a confirmed case of the virus or flu symptoms to sign up for study through the Fitbit mobile app I want to ask questions and collect data to see if they can spot early warning signs of covert nineteen their goal and alert system with pre symptomatic detection to let users know before they infect others Jennifer brown CBS news is opening up governor Charlie Baker has started a phased return of Massachusetts gas up the car your business casual clothes ready and download the radio at this effort will hinge fundamentally and personal responsibility you're going to meet WBZ Boston news radio have you still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking yourself in the head rates are at historic lows at the same time home values gone up roughly fifty percent.

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now it is fifty six degrees in Boston and it's raining I'm jacquard WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast on this Friday morning it'll be cloudy a couple of showers are expected especially right around daybreak low fifty five the coming breezy later today with variable cloudiness a shower or thunderstorm is font size sixty six in Boston but to reach the low and mid seventies well inland showers and heavy gusty thunderstorms likely late this afternoon and early tonight any storm could produce damaging wind gusts down for inhale a leftover shower will occur late tonight low fifty two much cooler along the coast tomorrow but mild inland with some sun high sixty four along the coast low seventies and some western suburbs everyone of the cooler Sunday with clouds and sun and highs between sixty and sixty five I'm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski W. Vesey Boston's news radio good morning I'm done half here's what's happening the Baker administration is unveiling a lofty plan to expand corona virus testing in the state here's WBZ is Kim Tunnicliffe governor Baker says if everything goes as planned Massachusetts will emerge as the world's leading Copa tester on a per capita basis the highest number of people tested to date is fifteen thousand six hundred and one day the plan calls for boosting overall capacity to forty five thousand tests per day by the end of July that would be over sixteen million tests a year and seventy five thousand tests per day by the end of December that would be over twenty seven million tests per year with the goal of decreasing our positive test rate over time to less than five percent Baker will submit the state's testing roadmap to the trump administration by the end of this month in order to access federal covert funds and testing resources Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio the state is reporting more than eighty two thousand cases of.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"To the staff it's dirty hospital in Attleboro WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe with the story fire trucks police cruisers surrounded sturdy Memorial Hospital in a circle of love and support acting Alberta fire captain mark Rinker says it's all about thanking doctors and nurses who put their lives on the line battling the pandemic it would take a pretty good beating inside an old mentally and physically so I think this is going to be a great morale booster the second is the peak of the time when I was a good time to do it all for support state Rep Kim Hawkins is grateful for hospital workers and first responders I'm here to support the nurses and frontline workers firefighters the police everybody the standing in harm's way to keep us safe sturdy hospital worker Kim dela Cruz got teary eyed as she watched the noisy procession go by they really touches our hearts the know that everybody's out there to support us Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio good to see that support from the front lines to the front lines and iconic watchdog in the Merrimack valley is reminding us to follow health protocols during the pandemic north of Boston on four ninety five in Haverhill a giant dog sculpture watches over the highway it's the American dog sculpture by artist don Rogers and the dog is obeying governor Charlie Baker and wearing a custom made in ninety five minutes is about four feet by three feet thick mask great big massive huge dollar right mother and daughter artist Molly and sever chase made a gigantic mass with the gigantic dog Roger said he wanted to spread awareness of how to fight the virus it might never once moved in April Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio on six nineteen in Boston one of those mornings that looks spectacular out the window but the wind is blowing and the temperatures are pretty cold to begin with it's just thirty five degrees here in Boston today sunshine around all day long temperature still little cold.

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

WBZ Morning News

01:01 min | 2 years 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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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"The office in the cell phone video the passenger verbally attacks the Asian man before spraying him with a breeze the NYPD is investigating mayor de Blasio was condemning the incident urging new Yorkers to report any and all hate crimes which he says have long been under reported Liz Warner NBC news radio New York and fears of the virus are starting to take a toll on small businesses around the country that rely on parts and products from China some cleaning services that we're actually seeing a surge in business WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with one of them in Hopkinton MA pros metro west is picked up six new clients this week alone home and business owners are hiring the cleaning service because they don't want to take any chances with the coronavirus owner Judy Briggs says the pros use hospital grade cleaning products and do a thorough job using a little bit more product making sure we're getting the door knobs were getting the light switches anything that people would put their hands on we're making sure we're using a little bit more bleach on a rag sometimes washing them twice to make sure there is nothing left on the brakes requires her workers to wash their hands often and carry hand sanitizer with them the only problem she can't find hand sanitizer anywhere I've looked on Amazon everywhere so actually today when I when I buy alcoholic but some aloe gel and we've made our own Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio six forty nine other news we're following tonight president trump says it's time for Afghanistan to stand on its own is defending that shaky peace deal that if it sticks could lead to U. S. to oops leaving that country Mr trump today saying the U. S. has protected the Afghanis for two decades actually countries.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Massachusetts status quo is not working just saying we have enough resources in order to do more of the same is not going to fix the problem for people across the Commonwealth governor Baker's office sweeping eighteen billion dollar package of proposals to address the state's transportation needs the legislature is now considering if that's enough and how to pay for it under consideration in increasing the state gas tax at the state house Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news radio from the earth to your mouth and then back to the earth well let's find out what this is all about shall we W. B. C.'s Kim Tunnicliffe has more on a new compost pickup service slackers here in Manchester will pick up your food waste curbside take it back to their composting center and turn it into compost to go back into the ground there's a fee to have the whole the way your food scraps but you get back a free bag of compost Andrew Brousseau chief composter for black earth explains the process of turning the waste into compost we blend it with leave switch chairman's suite aged over four months have air blowers solar powered out at oxygen into the files screen it at the end down to five eighths I met some nice find products put in bags so at garden centers and we deliver in truckloads to your home black earth serves twelve thousand residential customers and five hundred businesses throughout eastern Massachusetts Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio five eighteen clouds and drizzle out the door this morning here in Boston forty four degrees gonna rain pretty much on and off all day heavy rain moving into the picture tonight well he.

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

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 2 years 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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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"To acquit the president I do not believe that the house has met its burden of showing that the president's conduct however flawed warns the extreme staff of immediate removal from office being a trump supporter in Massachusetts can be tough WBZ's compound a cliff found there were several pop up in a win win for trump stores that have been opened by and have a trump supporter and entrepreneur the New England for trump pop up stores feature talking president trump pens from playing cards socks gloves and T. shirts that include slogans like deplorable as for trump and if you don't like trump then you probably won't like me there are now five pop up shops in Easton Bellingham Hanson Wilmington and Peabody run by trump supporter an entrepreneur Keith Lambert the idea came to him while he was attending a trump rally in New Hampshire I was going to the rally back in August looking for had we could finally hats anywhere else like this definitely need for this guy I saw crazy things were up there so I decided to give it a shot and Lambert periodically donates portions of his sales to the trump campaign in the name of the business Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio find your whole market place continues to celebrate the lunar new year here's WBZ's James Ross in the lower return that Quincy market since an affirmation wall surrounded by the Chinese zodiac there are little notes of affirmation or wishes that people are filling out and sticking inbetween the red flowers we printed out to.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning I'm done half here's what's happening a Harvard professor recused failing to disclose his ties to China appears in Boston federal court along with his wife here's WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe Charles lever and his wife walked out of federal court followed closely by reporters for about a block neither had anything to say the Harvard chemistry professor was released from prison and given five business days by the judge to post a one million dollar cash bond his wife Jennifer was ordered to appear at the hearing to agree that she will willingly cosign that bond with her husband both have been ordered to surrender their passports and not apply for any new travel documents levers accused of lying to federal authorities about his ties to a Chinese run recruitment program and concealing payments from the Chinese government for research he conducted Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio federal prosecutors are looking for an October trial for actress Lori Loughlin and her husband in the college admissions scandal the case being heard in Boston federal court they were accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters designated as crew recruits in the U. S. C. even though neither is a roller the couple has pleaded not guilty the state Senate approves of series of bill's supporters say will help dramatically reduce the state's greenhouse gas emissions over the next few decades the measures would move cars trucks and buses to carbon free electric power and jump start efforts to supply low cost solar electricity to low income communities the bills would also require appliances meet energy efficiency standards and provide consumer incentives to buy zero emission vehicles critics say the Senate bills don't factor in the financial impact on small businesses and consumers governor Charlie Baker and house speaker Robert DeLeo say they also support a net zero emissions goal if you have to go somewhere on foot in South Boston sometimes crossing streets can be like a game of chicken in South Boston police are now stepping up citations for drivers who don't yield here's WBZ's Jim McKay they're calling it operation crosswalk it all started.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Claims a life in Massachusetts state health officials confirmed the first influenza related pediatric deaths this season the victim was a teenager who lived in Worcester county and who tested positive for influenza B. there've been as many as two thousand your make that twenty thousand your visits in Massachusetts this flu season between two and three thousand hospitalizations the CDC is reporting thirty nine pediatric deaths this flu season nation wide they advise you get the flu vaccine as quickly as possible an overflow crowd today at Union Station in Worcester where the cannabis control commission is holding a listening session let's get more from Kim tonic left dozens of economic empowerment license applicants are voicing their frustrations saying the committee has let their application sit idly for months and that's caused a lot of them to run out of money Jonathan Spencer of Boston says the committee's regulations are making it tough for the little guy in urban areas to compete with the larger corporations that are getting licenses it looks like it's a bunch of white men who are building is industry directly in front of us and we have to stop that after Landry told the committee she believes medicinal marijuana licenses are being granted to companies that shouldn't be getting them the first issue I believe it's played in the queue is the ability for an organ station that has not served a single patient use their medicinal priority to open a recreational facility anywhere in the state they should have said it's adding more licensing staff to expedite the review process Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston snooze out to the road to four oh three Mike here with the very latest super retailers of New England all wheel drive.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Say the number of Iranians that have been deported has been significantly higher in Boston Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio federal prosecutors say they're bribery scheme helped fuel the national opioid epidemic two former executives that insist therapeutics are each sentenced in Boston to federal prison former national sales director Richard Simon sentenced to thirty three months former regional sales director Joe several one got twenty seven months they're among seven former leaders of the Arizona based company being sentence this month will stir police officer Michael Escobar is facing charges including driving drunk a fellow officer in the police report says he was called to the area behind union station here in western after a white Subaru allegedly drove one to the MBTA tracks that was around three twenty Monday morning the police report knows there's one way on to these tracks in one way off to the commuter rail lot I'm standing here now to the left is the CSX yard in the report says Escobar was found there driving a CSX pick up which was also driven onto the tracks causing damage to that vehicle the report says officer Escobar appeared to be intoxicated in Worcester Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio a woman accused of injuring three workers during a robbery at a western nursing home is behind bars a lot of Williams appearing in court in connection with the Christopher house incident last week coming up we'll check sports my name is Tom Thorton and my name is Cindy Thorton we're retired and this is how we live United we decided to volunteer with United Way at our community free health clinic United Way is how we contribute.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Is a major challenge for a lot of the homeless families Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio Harry potter author JK rolling is taking some heat after wading into the trans gender issue JK Rowling tweeted her support for a researcher who lost her job after stating that people cannot change their biological sex a London judge upheld that dismissal this week so Rowling took to Twitter Thursday writing quote call yourself whatever you like sleep with any consulting adults will have you live your best life in peace and security but force women out of their jobs for stating that sex is real the Human Rights Campaign responded that quote trans women are women transgender men non binary people or non binary CC JK Rowling but Michigan CBS news know how long your commute will be tomorrow's weather today was impossible there's a place we can news first world easy Boston's news radio traffic coming your way in just ninety seconds keep it here on the subject with no let her know how much you love your name give her the gift that says your love is forever the gift of ignite the passion inside her passion for what say you mean the.

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

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"This opportunity today to pay that back a little bit is a great opportunity for us all the wall will be an eighty percent replica of the Vietnam War memorial in Washington Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio thirty degrees cloudy in Boston right now there are still some flurries and snow showers around for the morning hours and when they hit the ground which is well below freezing you know what you get some ice slick spots out there it will be a windy day will start with a little sunshine class moving in this afternoon could be some quick bursts of snow before nightfall daytime high today thirty eight tonight windy dropping to below freezing well below freezing sixteen here in downtown Boston and single digits north and west tomorrow sunny blustery quite cold a high of twenty seven how long your commute will be please listen to Morrow's whether to date civil it was a place with you here first world easy Boston's news radio celebrate the season of giving with I heart radio is twenty five days of gifts and enter for a chance to win high since fifty inch roku T. V. R. sixty series the high since roku T. V. R. sixty series incredible detail into a four K. ultra HD HTR enhance this place that boost coloring contrast plus with roku T. V. it's easy to watch what you love with quick access to live TV and thousands of streaming channels like I heart radio she will your favorite holiday music.

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"Saving time ended earlier this month that because the bells to chime in the middle of the night according to this neighbor one o'clock in the morning and seven o'clock in the morning did they wake you up definitely a bedroom window is right across from the church I'm sure a lot of people up at first they couldn't find anyone at the church who knew how to reset the timer so they disabled the bell system the Providence diocese says the necessary adjustments have now but made their thanking the many people who reached out and offered to help Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio nine eighteen her record run on Wall Street could get to even higher today DOW futures are up about forty points are also getting good numbers of the S. and P. five hundred nasdaq just ahead of the opening bell we check in with WBZ financial letter to Dave Caruso for his perspective coming up in about five minutes or so this is from the you had one job files the governor of South Dakota is defending that states initiative to stomp out the growing issue of methamphetamine use the million dollar advertising campaign features the phrase math we're on it this is for real to the governor says the initial backlash on social media proves the effort to raise awareness is working the ad featuring people in the state saying math I'm on it it's going to run through next may so far it's apparently successful according to the local government to Christian organizations are about to lose a good chunk of their charity money from the chick fillet restaurant chain CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes says the move comes following intense criticism from the LGBTQ advocate sick fillets says its charitable arm will donate to a smaller number of organizations beginning next year and that no group will be excluded from future consideration faith based or non faith based but the check the late foundation has donated millions over a period of years to the salvation army into the fellowship of Christian athletes which opposes same sex marriage the television army says it is sad that a corporate partner felt it necessary to divert funding and says the LGBTQ community is among the twenty three million and served annually Allison Keyes CBS news sneezing these days runny eyes were watery eyes runny nose change in diet could be the first line of defense it turns out and warding off the flu researchers at Yale University of of the side benefit to the ketogenic diet it may serve do the flu virus Kato's been gaining popularity in recent years as a diet choice for those looking to lose weight it works by eliminating carbohydrates from the diet forcing the body to turn from blood sugar to burning protein and fat to produce energy not only does he tells his jump start the metabolism it activates gamma delta T. cells in the lungs and causes enhance mucus production in their way which helps trap the flu virus your mission of the CBS news you're listening to WBZ ten thirty one oh seven point nine two two available everywhere with the number one for podcasting and on hundreds of devices.

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"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He talked to voters to cast those ballots are most communities remain open till eight o'clock there are some closing at seven for the future with a local officials are going to my official website they can check the polling hours nectar quick community but again you generally speaking it's been encouraging I think that the Boston numbers in particular coming in as high as they have consistently almost throughout the whole city indicate the intensity of the campaign and the energy that the campaigns of the candidates brought to bear and secretary Gelman says revere Melrose Medford seeing stronger than usual turnout for some competitive races nude in reporting twenty percent voter turnout so far again most polls are closing at eight o'clock summit seven a full list on the secretary of state's website if you want to check that out for more on the race is coming up but first greater scrutiny of the fledgling marijuana industry in the bay state U. S. attorney Andrew leveling says be forewarned at least six cities and towns receive subpoenas requesting documents concerning their host community agreements with recreational pot shops there hosting those agreements spell out the payments in terms between communities and the marijuana shops the town council in Oxbridge Jason Telamon tells me they're complying with the subpoena they received and are currently going through all the documents this is all part of a federal grand jury investigation that comes in the wake of bribery allegations against folder for mayor J. soul qureia qureia's accused of pressuring pot shops to pay him on the side in exchange for city approval attorney Taliban believes the US attorney's office is just being thorough and he has every reason to believe the investigation is in good faith Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio also in Boston a bill in committee on Beacon Hill would try to make the testing and rules essentially the same for driving high as driving drunk WBZ's Karen regal with the story from the state I refuse the test lose your license that's works for booze in that so it should work for Bob say the people who testified here at the state house on governor Baker's impaired driving bill.

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And suicidal thoughts brought on by her abuse yet she persisted continuing to encourage him to take his own life Rollins says you overwhelmed or tool is will to live she's now charged with involuntary manslaughter Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio thank you Kim it's twelve OO one one of the most notorious terrorists in the world ISIS leader Abu the car I'll Big Daddy was killed during a US led ground raid in northwestern Syria al Big Daddy had even aided capture for years rarely seen in public A. B. C.'s Megan to resume describes in detail the rate that brought down the elusive ISIS terror eight chinook helicopters took off on a secret mission from a Kurdish controlled area in a rock flying low and taking on gunfire before landing in northern Syria once on the ground the special operations team blew holes in the side of Baghdad he's hideout fearing the front door was booby trap Baghdadi then fled into an underground tunnel with three children then detonated a suicide vest ISIS is the terrorist group behind the twenty fourteen killing of James Foley the journalist from Rochester New Hampshire who was held captive for nearly two years before being beheaded his mother Diane Foley spoke with WBZ newsradio about the mission that killed al Baghdadi I'm very grateful that the president is reconsidering that and the keeping some of our elite troops template because I think our leadership is needed to contain these terrorist groups and to promote peace and some sort of peace for the poor civilians that that part of the world James Foley was the first US hostage killed by ISIS more than a dozen people from Somerville are now displaces after a car fire spread to homes leading to a four alarm blaze WBZ's James row house was at the scene and tells us that some neighbors say they suspect foul play seventeen people including two children have been displaced by the fire that broke.

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kim tunnicliffe wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"John Donovan the South Boston man accused of threatening Boston city councilor Michael Flaherty was arraigned this afternoon on a list of charges including assault and battery on a police officer and threats prosecutors say Donovan ran from police and hit several police cruisers yesterday when officers tried to arrest him is accused of making threats to the city council or over the weekend and his staff to he was removed from the courtroom after that outburst and he's now set up for more psych testing I for one am Beacon Hill today more calls today at the state house for a pilot program to open up some safe injection sites here in Massachusetts health official came to the hill today to talk about their country's use of these supervise site Richard Cloete a from Quebec's ministry of health was instrumental in getting several safe injection sites up and running in his province he says there was the same kind of fears in opposition in Quebec as there is in Massachusetts about the site's potentially promoting drug use but Cloete a says so far it's been smooth sailing there's no more problem in the implementation reaction of the neighborhood merchants don't even some time knowing that it's there because I don't see any secondary effects of the program DC less needle and underground governor Baker is supposed to safe injection sites and US attorney Andrew leveling has said he will prosecute any employees and users if a site is open from the state house Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio he's looking into a stabbing death in Framingham over on interfaith terrorists the Middlesex DA's office has around five thirty last night first responders were called to the scene or call by somebody connected to the victim who said they couldn't get into the home or get in touch with the woman if found her with the parents stab wounds in that home pronounced her dead at the scene no so far no motive from police No suspects of it been identified and the victim has not been identified either new developments this afternoon in this morning's commuter rail accident.

Mom found dead in trunk of kidnap suspect's car, family says

WBZ Afternoon News

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Mom found dead in trunk of kidnap suspect's car, family says

"Good afternoon. I'm Josh binswanger. Here's what's happening. New developments in the death of Jesse Korea. We go now to our Kim Tunnicliffe who is live outside the home in Dorchester, Kim. Good afternoon. Josh will there's hugs and heartbreak the home of Jesse Korea's dash here on Ashman straight, family members and friends continued to pour into the house. They don't want to be together while they tried to come to terms with the fact that they'll never see Jesse again, understandably there's been crying sobbing and even wailing coming from the house, we've been told that Korea's mother or father will be coming out to speak to the media. But that hasn't happened yet. The body of the twenty three year old mother was found in a trunk and Louis Coleman's car which was pulled over in Delaware yesterday. Coleman has been arraigned in Delaware on a fugitive charge. He'll be returned to New England at some point this weekend. She's from providence providence police have charged him with kidnapping and mutilation of a dead human body in Dorchester, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. As kim. Just mentioned the suspect Louis Coleman is from providence and Rhode Island. Authorities believe he took Jesse Korea to. Apartment before heading south. We spoke with WPRI TV's chief investigative reporter, Tim white was not going into the apartment under her own power. So we don't know lifeless. We don't know she was unconscious, but certainly investigators believe he had to bring her into

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Kim Tunnicliffe, Lawrence And Brian Moriarty discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

Kim Tunnicliffe, Lawrence And Brian Moriarty discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Kim Tunnicliffe says they want you to call nine one one Lawrence fire chief Brian Moriarty says since the September gas disaster a lot of people have been calling the Columbia gas emergency line and the company has been responding to those calls on its own. But the chief says the utilities response time is a lot longer than the fire departments. Yes company has a thirty to forty minute response time. Come right away, the good to do anything? But weaker in the neighborhoods. We have a three to four minute response time. You have the ability to check for gas with ability show, the gas meters off evacuate areas, Columbia gas has also agreed to notify the fire departments and all three communities every time. They get a call on their emergency line for gas related issue in Lawrence, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio left out in the cold the local homeless population. Mike Macklin takes a look coming up. All right out to the

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NiSource discloses criminal probe of Massachusetts gas pipeline explosions

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

NiSource discloses criminal probe of Massachusetts gas pipeline explosions

"The information is disclosed in federal filing with the SEC. The utility says it's lost more than four hundred and fifty million dollars in connection with a disaster and expects to lose nearly two hundred million dollars more by the end of the year. WBZ radio has reached out to the company for comment. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. There are plenty of questions about the death of Whitey Bulger. That happened inside a federal prison in West Virginia. New details this morning described the attack as brutal citing a federal law enforcement officials. N n says his killers tried to remove his tongue the beating reportedly so severe Bolger was said to be nearly unrecognizable when he was found Bolger had just been sent to the Hazelton Penetentiary area. A high security

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Tiger Woods enters the 100th PGA Championship this week at Bellerive

WBZ Midday News

02:57 min | 4 years ago

Tiger Woods enters the 100th PGA Championship this week at Bellerive

"With helping to save the life of a boy who nearly drowned the former Epping chiefs sprung into action after learning. The victim Was stuck in a raging. River Chris Murphy was in the right place at the right time. To retire cheap was grabbing lunch at, the Epping house of pizza Sunday when he was approached by a boy who told him his brother. Was clinging to. A tree in the swollen lamp Ray river. Murphy was. Trained in water rescues so we. Jumped in and battled a very strong current to rescue. The boy who is, in, water, over his head Murphy says. He told the child to grab his hand and not to let go of the tree until he told him to go, and he did and we kinda swung like a bind doors They just want us all to the Bank where he could. Just about stand up I had a good hold. On him Murphy says he does not consider himself a hero just someone who is in the. Right place at the right time Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty some experts are now sounding the alarm on climate change details on. That from CBS Vicki Barker the assessment. By some of the world's top climate scientists suggest human activity may have disrupted some of the global weather systems that keep our planet. In equilibrium and co author you'll had rocks thrown warrants we could be close to a point of no return we. Would have pushed an on button will take. Us to temperature rises that could be well beyond the adoptable and manageable the scientists best guess mankind has about thirty. Years before irreversible global warming careened out of control Vicki Barker CBS news eighteen large wildfires are burning in California some fourteen thousand firefighters. Are still working, very hard trying to put them out one One of those wildfires and Mendocino county. North of San Francisco has now grown to become California's biggest on record in a. Scorching area about the size of Los. Angeles another problem and major challenge many communities are, spreading out in previously undeveloped areas that means more and more homes. And other buildings are, now, a great. Risk as wildfires continue to spread WBZ news time one forty one in sports now older and wiser but not necessarily better one golfer takes aim at another, major title this weekend at the PGA championship and as WBZ's Chris tells us armed with a new perspective, it's, not the end of the. World anymore when this guy comes up short the best. Golfers in the world are in Saint Louis this week for the season's. Final major the PGA championship which as it turns. Out next year will be the first major of the season after a radical reform Asian of. The PGA tour schedule Tiger Woods it three time champ of. The event is last victory in the PGA coming in two thousand and seven one A year before his last major title in two thousand eight. At the US open the tiger comeback tour. This season hit a speed bump, last weekend at the Bridgestone invitational when he finished the weekend with back to back seventy three's, Sunday's round had, just five pars tying the worst effort by tiger in any round in his career. After which he said he wasn't that upset and this. Is why..

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West Nile Virus detected in mosquitoes in Massachusetts; No humans have tested positive

WBZ Morning News

02:56 min | 4 years ago

West Nile Virus detected in mosquitoes in Massachusetts; No humans have tested positive

"Its first, level for pathogen, the, bowl. Of, virus WBZ's, Kim Tunnicliffe, spoke with the head of the lab who's trying to ally resident's fears Iran corley says safety. Precautions are in place at the lab which is a quipped with special drains tanks and air, filters corley says the national institutes of, health has deemed the lab safe after conducting a lengthy risk assessment took over five years concluded there's no risk to the community whatsoever the people are still raising. Concerns know full well what that's up on mental risk assessments one of those people. Is northeastern criminologist James FOX lives in the area of all the street where the lab is located labs around the country there had. Been some mishaps and having a mishap in the south end would be very worrisome which is not necessary. To gamble with the safety of. The residents of Kim Tunnicliffe, WBZ News Radio ten thirty bullet killed more than eleven thousand people In west Africa during the most recent outbreak from two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen and continues to flare up in the region right now. There is no, available FDA approved vaccine or treatment for the virus In Worcester West Nile virus has been detected mosquitoes prompting the city to spray for. The past early next week the Massachusetts department of health says, they informed the city after the bug tested positive it's the fourth area, to test positive along with Clinton, Berlin and Lancaster so far in, the state one hundred and. Four mosquitoes have tested positive for the virus but, no animals or. Humans have the best tips to avoid. The bugs, be aware of peak mosquito hours which are. Dusk to dawn drain standing water from your property and of course we're bug spray WBZ. News time eight forty one we had to the ticket dot com sports studio and Charlie Birger. On wasn't that long ago I remember seeing Mookie Betts playing second. Base for the Portland sea dogs and yesterday second and he was back at second base again and really well first time in quite a while we're going to hear from Mookie Betts here in just a second how about the Red, Sox their lead in the east now seven and a half games Over the Yankees at Fenway last night Red Sox four. Yankees one Rick Portillo gave up a third inning, home run to Miguel onto Har that, was it the only hit of the night for New York, as he sat down the final twenty one hitters in a row struck out nine. Did not walk a batter he was pounding the strike zone I mean strike one all night but. I thought he did a good job over all of you, know kind of happened that comeback with the fastball debility cut it the, ability to pitch at the top, and ride at high that's Yankee, manager Aaron Boone the Red. Sox jumped out to a three nothing lead after, one inning Steve. Pearce a two run home run the. Added one, more in the fifth in the second inning. As mentioned SOX second baseman Ian Kinzler had to come out of the game a hamstring. Injury headed to the DL replaced by.

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Democratic candidates told not to use ZTE, Huawei devices: source

WBZ Morning News

03:43 min | 4 years ago

Democratic candidates told not to use ZTE, Huawei devices: source

"WBZ news time, five o'clock get Saturday. August fourth twenty eighteen seventy five degrees and partly cloudy skies in Boston temperature. Going up to eighty two. This afternoon. It'll be humid traffic and weather together. Coming up. Good morning. I'm art Cohen. WBZ news and our top story. This hour, a warning to Russia and China from secretary of state. Mike Pompeo citing evidence that Russia is violating sanctions against North Korea. Pompeo said Washington would take seriously any action that reduces pressure on North Korea to denuclearize. Pompilio says the US has evidence that Russia violated the sanctions by backing joint ventures with North Korean companies and issuing new permits for North Korean guest workers Pompeo told an Asian security conference in Singapore that he remains optimistic that North Korea will denuclearize. Although the timeline remains a work in progress. We get analysis from CBS news military consultant Mike Lyons had some good signs with regard to some of the things they've done but for us to say that they're not interested just, might not, be the case we have to lay out a plan layout a. Program for what our expectations. Will be. And we'll get more information likely in. The next. Thirty to. Sixty to ninety, days says the reports of violations, will be, raised with Moscow and roundly condemned a warning this morning. From the Democratic National Committee to all democratic candidates avoid using cell. Phones and other devices made by two Chinese communications firms the committee cited z. t. and. Why technologies CBS technology consultant Larry Magid says the concern is China can use these devices to spy on democratic candidate while way ends z. t. e. phones have already been banned from being sold at US military bases because of concerns that they could. Be used to spy on military personnel who Them so it's no, surprise that. The Democratic National Committee after its own experience with their Valence and hacking from Russia. But also be concerned about a threat from China President Trump plans a big effort. To aid Republican candidates in the coming midterm, elections by inserting himself in some of the, hotly contested primaries holding big rallies in pivotal swing states and increasing his fundraising efforts the, president will host to fundraisers at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster New Jersey this week and the AP reports that some Republicans worry the president is complicating the political calculus for the midterms and fear that. Statewide Republican candidates may rise or fall based on Mr. Trump. Standing in opinion, polls the minority leader of the New Hampshire Senate says he's looking forward to his, day in court WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports democrat Jeffrey would burn has been arrested for domestic violence accused of biting and punching as partner Fifty-three-year-old would burn is accused of Of biting the woman on the hand and forearm and throwing a Cup, of water and the Cup in the victim's face, he's also charged, with striking her in the stomach last Christmas Eve and kicking in the door of her home political reporter Paul Steinhaeuser with the concord monitor says calls for would burns resignation have been coming. In fast and furious from both sides of the aisle the democratic state party and its chairman calling, for would burn to resign you had all. The other Democrats in the state Senate say one calling for him to resign the state's Republican Governor Chris the new Nunu calling for him to resign you. Even have the congressional delegation which is all democrat, also calling for Woodbridge resigned Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. News, Radio ten thirty and it may not be a beach day for some. Folks along the east.

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Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens

Arie

03:34 min | 4 years ago

Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens

"Of new england wbz news time five forty nine mostly cloudy right now relatively cooler today only sixty one degrees right now in boston good saturday morning i'm teeny gal wbz news top stories now more lawmakers are speaking out on the contentious policy that separates migrant children from their parents at the us mexico border they are now dealing with a painstaking process a reuniting those children already separated with their families a widely circulated picture of a crying migrant girl that us mexican border is not what it seems apparently the child's father claims that girl was never separated from her mother representatives michael capuano and katherine clark will be part of the twenty group of democratic members of congress visiting the southern border the group plans to speak with children and parents who have been affected by president trump's family separation policy while touring a border patrol station and also centralized processing center analysts three people are shot and lynn overnight this happened near a law avenue limp elise are still investigating and still looking for suspects as well the family of a young girl who committed suicide in new hampshire is speaking out wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports the eleven year old endured months of bullying by fellow students step mom hopes schaefer was the one who found schuyler damaris after the fifth grader took her own life in her father's home skyler had left a note saying she just couldn't take the bullying anymore we're still pretty numb and in shock still trying to cross it what's going on and coming to terms with our new reality without our baby schaeffer says her stepdaughter was tormented by kids who said if they looked like schuyler they would kill themselves and the bullying was relentless school cyber bullying she couldn't get away from it no matter where she went the family will now focus its efforts on raising awareness about bullying and the fact that words can hurt kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty several affiliates of planned parenthood are suing the department of health and human services over its ongoing efforts to impose an abstinence only focus on its team pregnancy prevention program the lawsuits were filed in federal court in new york city and spokane washington by four different planned parenthood affiliates covering new york city and estates of alaska hawaii idaho iowa nebraska and washington planned parenthood says a lawsuits are intended to protect the future of a teen pregnancy prevention program from what they termed ineffective abstinence only curriculums the agency also says it has a right to change its funding priorities and policies wbz news time five fifty one and now the story students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland floor oughta are taking their march for our lives bus tour to wisconsin they are visiting house speaker paul ryan's office and also holding a news conference cbs is adam ducks ter has more students were in town as part of the road to change presser never visiting ryan's office they held a press conference to address ryan directly every time after a tragedy happened like in newtown the kids were too young and the parents were mortified about speaking out but we weren't there were some who disagree with the student's message price war oath to defend the constitution and these these this organization wants to take away part of the constitution so as a a servicemember taking off of office i feel it's important one of the goals of the bus tour is to educate young people and encourage them to vote and they may term elections this fall wbz news time five.

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Hurricane Aletta grows to Category 4, poses no threat to land

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Hurricane Aletta grows to Category 4, poses no threat to land

"On their platform and not just the good kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty eleven the first major hurricane of the season remains a strong category four hurricane in the pacific but poses no threat to land forecasters say it's about five hundred miles south of mexico's baja peninsula and it's moving away from land let it grew from a tropical storm to a category four hurricane in just twenty four hours a possible sign that a second system will develop over the next five days wildfires in northern california last fall that destroyed homes and killed at least fifteen people were sparked by pacific gas and electric power lines that had fallen down after completing an investigation state fire officials say falling trees our limbs hitting electrical lines were the main cause state law violations were found in eight cases but pacific gas and electric ficials say it had met state requirements after inspecting more than two million power poles and cutting back nearly a million and a half trees last year wbz news time nine eleven let's head to the ace hticket dot com sports studio and say good morning to charlie birger on good morning you charlie the white sox managing just one run off red sox started chris sale last night but that's all they needed red sox without mookie betts without jd martinez in their lineup managed just three hits and a one nothing lost td and it is a hundred times better but we obviously have guys that are capable between about really well i know that once we get them back we'll we'll be a whole different at dinner bogart's who had one of the three red sox hits dylan covy went six allowing the three hits for chicago chris sale falls to five and four for the red sox pitched eight innings struck out ten allowed the one run in the seventh yankees move ahead of the red sox in the east winning their eighth game in their last ten four one over the mets backtoback nba titles for the golden state warriors completing a fourgame sweep of the cavaliers last night one zero eight eighty five win in cleveland third title in four seasons.

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Trump confirms top North Korea official due in US

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:21 min | 4 years ago

Trump confirms top North Korea official due in US

"A man who shot and killed two police officers and a bystander this morning has been killed officials now saying that suspect may have had links to terrorism correspondent mark stone has more given what eyewitnesses are saying and also the fact that we now know that terror police are taking over the investigation that the terror terrorist prosecutor appears to be involved to this is looking as though it is terror related but no official confirmation yet lee as around fifty sixty miles to the west to the east of of the belgian capital it was on a quite a busy wide boulevards a just to the west of the city said sort as where this incident unfold officials say that suspect had been an inmate who was granted a few hours released but failed to return belgium media reporting he was known drug offender president trump confirms a top north korean official is heading to new york for talks on the upcoming summit with kim jong un despite canceling the talks and a letter last week president trump tweeted this morning we have put together a great team for our talks with north korea meetings are currently taking place concerning the summit and more solid response to my letter thank you south korean media reporting senior north korean official kim jong coal is on the passenger lists for flight leaving beijing tomorrow headed for the us a new hampshire community is remembering a firefighter who died in a scuba diving accident over the weekend on the north shore in gloucester and we're learning more about what exactly happened here's wbz's kim tunnicliffe swansea new hampshire's fire chief says lieutenant benjamin tae tro was a fixture in the community and experienced rescue diver tatra got tangled in a scuba line gloucester and was having trouble breathing on a diving trip at the chester polling shipwreck carry kimball monaghan spokeswoman for the essex da's office says the thirtysevenyearold died after he was helped to the surface by a fellow diver using an alternate oxygen source when he came up he would talking and alert you with breathing shortly after that seemed to go into cardiac arrest or something akin to that had been a member of the swansea fire department for almost two decades kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty eight thousand starbucks around the country will be closing.

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Chile's bishops resign en masse over sex abuse cover-up

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Chile's bishops resign en masse over sex abuse cover-up

"Wbz news time eight eighteen right now we have fifty six degrees cloudy skies in boston expect more of the same really for the rest of the day you're on cape cod of the south coast you could deal with some fog this morning as well davis wbz news our top stories police in heber looking into the drive by shooting death of a twenty year old man overnight nike cologne was a front seat passenger and a pickup truck police say he was shot by someone in a passing vehicle kensington palace has prince charles will walk meghan markle down the aisle in her much anticipated wedding to prince harry tomorrow and police say a man shouting about donald trump entered the president self florida golf course overnight draped a flag over lobby counter and exchanged fire with police before being arrested when police officer was hurt in that may lay in other news pope francis condemning bishops and chile for the way they handled sex assault allegations in their diocese francis has been meeting with the bishops of chile in the vatican this week to discuss clerical sex abuse in their country in a document to them the pope accused the bishops of destroying evidence of sex crimes he said the bishops pressured turks lawyers to minimize accusations adding they were seriously negligence in protecting children from pedophile priests sabina castle franco cbs news rome more grisly testimony from a former rhode island mobster who allegedly did cadillac frank salamis dirty work salami accused of killing a boston nightclub owner twentyfive years ago wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports joe deluca was cross examined about his testimony that he buried the body on salamis orders deluca told defense attorneys he took his nephew with him when he went back to dig up the body of stephen dasaro several days after burying the channel nightclub owner behind an old mill in providence deluca testified he forgot to remove the blue tarp wrapped around the body and frank eleni was concerned it had fingerprints all over it so we've dug up the body removed the tarp and threw it in a dumpster deluca told jurors he never used dilemmas name in connection with a burial one of salamis attorneys asked to if he was hoping his cooperation with the government with spare his brother bobby another former mobster a lengthy prison sentence he replied i'd love to have that shore lobby will be testifying at a later date kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten.

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Tributes mark 5th anniversary of Boston Marathon bombing

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Tributes mark 5th anniversary of Boston Marathon bombing

"The threes with rob hekla our top story at this hour boston is marking the fifth anniversary of the boston marathon bombings with solemn remembrances and charitable acts of kindness across the day to day today is one boston day symbolic and emotional day to honor the victims of the two thousand thirteen bombings on boylston street crystal campbell lindsey liu and the youngest victim martin richard today's also a day to celebrate a spirit and resilience of the people of boston wbz's kim tunnicliffe joins us now from downtown kim must have been a very symbolic morning with governor baker and mayor walsh on deck that's right the tina there was a very solemn ceremony inside the boston public library and mayor walsh spoke to bombing survivors and the families of the victims asking where have these last five years gone walsh said the year since two thousand thirteen have been filled with the hard work of healing and the forming unbreakable bonds of friendship within the survivor community he said he has seen just incredible resilience from the hundreds injured in the twin bombings five years ago today and governor baker told victims families and survivors teen knows that every day is a struggle to find some sense of normalcy he says the twin bombings showed that there are heroes everywhere heroes that represent the very best of boston the very best of the commonwealth and the very best of mankind from the boston public library kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty tim thank you and a two forty nine pm this afternoon a.

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Israel vows tough response to Gaza protests

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01:59 min | 4 years ago

Israel vows tough response to Gaza protests

"Wbz news time to twenty a computer glitch grounds flights and also causes massive air travel delays across europe cbs's vicki barker reports from the foreign desk in london on the technology that caused the problems most europeans probably had never heard of the enhanced tactical flow management system they have now the technology that keeps europe's crowded skies safe and efficient is on the blink and the folks at euro control haven't been able to restart it result about ten percent of flights grounded across forty one countries potentially affecting half a million air passengers vicki barker cbs news at the foreign desk in london israeli's military now vowing to maintain its tough response to hamasled mass protests near the border of israel and gaza the country's defense minister gave a warning today to those trying to breach the border saying that they're putting their lives in danger eighteen palestinians were killed by his rayleigh troops last friday hamas however says the border protests will keep going for at least six more weeks in downtown boston today a group of young jewish people chain themselves to the israeli consulate this to show support for those protests as wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports several of the protesters were led away in handcuffs they chain themselves to the front entrance of the park plaza building where the israeli consulate is located eight protesters were eventually arrested by boston police carted off in handcuffs they were there to protest the israeli army's killing of seventeen palestinians in a demonstration in gaza on friday elisa kaplan from jamaica plain was one of the protein esters who was not arrested by them putting their bodies on the line that really demonstrates our commitment to freedom and dignity for all people and really demonstrating how atrocious we found the killings of the palestinians in gaza and i think that was really clear wbz has tried unsuccessfully to reach the israeli consulate's office in boston kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio.

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The March for Our Lives: Taking their message to the streets

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02:49 min | 4 years ago

The March for Our Lives: Taking their message to the streets

"Kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio thoroughgoing wbz's karyn regal covered the rally on boston common and found the protests 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 that 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 to 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 da thousands gathered for the main rally in washington d c with emotional and fiery speeches by students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida and elsewhere cbs says we should zhang is in washington dc with more about the march for our lives rally the 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 my age to vote in the next election to start making a difference now organizers say today's rally is just the beginning registration we're going to 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 and emphasize the president's move friday to ban bump stocks former president barack obama is among those applauding the efforts of the parkland florida teenagers who organize the march for our lives decided we're not going to be silent victims of the gun violence that is so pervasive in the united states we're going to do something about it speaking in tokyo mr obama says the stoneman douglas massacre touched a nerve and they were not gonna let it go they also rallied in sydney australia to show support for gun control about one hundred people mostly australians and american expats took part among them jennifer smith 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 the adult film star says she had an affair with donald trump before he became president speaks that story coming up wbz news time seven oh four traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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Trump's lawyer says Stormy Daniels violated confidentiality agreement 20 times

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01:47 min | 4 years ago

Trump's lawyer says Stormy Daniels violated confidentiality agreement 20 times

"Full pension now in jeopardy president trump's lawyer michael cohen wants a lawsuit brought by a porn star to be moved to federal court in los angeles the suit was filed by stormy daniels who claimed she had an affair with the president attorney cohen claims a woman could oh twenty million dollars in damages for violating a nondisclosure agreement so her real name is stephanie clifford she is now seeking to invalidate the nondisclosure agreement she has offered to return the one hundred and thirty thousand dollars she was paid the filing accuses clifford of violating the agreement more than twenty times and a separate filing says trump would join request to have the case heard by an arbitrator quite the honor for a fallen massachusetts state trooper who was killed in the line of duty trooper thomas cloudy was struck and killed allegedly by an impaired driver during a traffic stop in the mass pike in march two thousand sixteen as we hear more from wbz's kim tunnicliffe clarke's memory was etched in stone thomas clarke's widow and six children were on hand as governor baker and state police unveiled a granite monument in his honour outside the charlton barracks work lardy worked great community guy wonderful father who spectacular husband who is taking way too soon cloudy was remembered by state police barracks commander lieutenant michael smith for his mastery of the english language especially when writing police reports smith read out loud portion of one of clarke's reports the phrase in a voice course and buy out the hall in the words were spoken in such savage hey says he ran into gather in an unintelligible growl scarcely resembled human speech kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty coming up next on wbz remembering a state police trooper.

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