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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News at about through edward r murrow award defendant not guilty of as newscaster emotional breaking news president a second chester lana jones award one place newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty sure about stop was the weather we have a hot one coming at least fairly hot and soupy and up to about eighty five son sunny and some clouds warm not quite as humid in the afternoon high eighty five during the night seventy one saturday and sunday will be very warm and humid with some hazy sunshine both days high ninety or near ninety closer to eighty on the cape it's going to be nasty the only time i'll go out well actually i have to go out a lot this weekend big doings i'm having suffer with a former colleague of mine here wbz then i'm venturing over to a local place to to participate in trivia remember i told you about the live librarian a group librarians librarians get together and have a trivia night i went to one and i liked it a lot i did all right do better than i thought there are weird group those librarians weird a good way quirky not like the others they tend to know a lot of facts and be very funny maybe i just happened to find some funny librarians but i like these so there's that and then saturday it's a birthday day my special someone has a birthday and we're gonna have lobster and whatever she wants lobsters though and probably muscles and we used to go out to dinner but we realized that we're always anxious to get home in the comfort of the home poor aggressive watch tv so really that's kind of where we wanna be she likes cooking this time we're going to actually make fancy cocktails this is something you might wanna try if you like going out for fancy cocktail but you don't like paying fifteen bucks a crack thirteen bucks crack you go to the fancy restaurants website and you look at the menu you look at their cocktail menu and you and they'll tell you what's in the drink mostly and you can make it yourself at home so we've chosen a couple one call one of them is gin and soda and mint and lemon jennen soda and mental lemon is not a lot going on there and it is great and instead of paying i don't know twelve dollars a piece there may be three dollars a piece so it's a win win win win win win to thirty six when we go to janet in some ville hi janet hello i rally jane yeah yeah that only call you like maybe yours oh okay what's going on what's going on with you janet well i tune in kinda late tonight and i only caught the last part you were talking about jerry cheerios we're talking about serial sales are slumping janet and i was wondering if they all go way except three of them which three would you like them to keep or what cereals do you have now in your closet what are your favorite cereals i like the honey nut cheerios yeah it turns out the cheerios and honey nut cheerios and it says here honey nut cheerios are the most popular serials in the united states it is there any chemical in there yes there used to be pesticides i don't know if they got the pesticides out of cheerios there in regular cheerios i'm imagining they were hunting nut cheerios too like i said i caught the last end of it yeah so i think they might i haven't checked lately now you're a little nervous about the cheerios yeah well maybe you should know i love them i don't know what to tell you do you have a computer no i don't okay well i'm gonna have to assume this i assume this chemicals and everything so but on the other hand how many cheerios do eat well i don't need it every day all right how old how old are you i'm sixty five sixty five i don't know it's up to calculated risk it's probably not many there's probably not much pesticide there's probably pesticides and everything or a lot of things i think there's all kinds of things and everything all kinds of things and everything yeah janet i appreciate the call thank you bakery you all right i speak with you to janet janet in somerville all right senate approves bill to allow ex as gender on driver's licenses so if you want.

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In royal first, Prince William visiting Israel and 'occupied Palestinian territories'

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03:17 min | 3 years ago

In royal first, Prince William visiting Israel and 'occupied Palestinian territories'

"News time to nineteen up to seventy degrees now in boston a mix of sun and clouds for the rest of the day because see the occasional shower through the afternoon commute with a high in the lower seventies we'll check traffic and weather together in just about three minutes here on wbz but first our top stories a breaking today in somerville on the last piece of a long awaited extension of the green line governor baker also speaking out after his son is accused of inappropriately touching a jet blue passenger on board a flight from dc to boston the governor acknowledges the accusations against his son or serious he says son is cooperating with the investigation and on capitol hill house republicans working on a separate immigration bill that would solely address family separations at the border the gop lawmakers says this comes after they struggled over the weekend to find consensus on a broader immigration plan on wall street the dow jones down three hundred fifty five points the nasdaq down one hundred eighty two and the sp five hundred is down forty four in other news a british royal is making a historic visit to the middle east prince william has begun the first official visit to the holy land by a member of the british royal family the royals have tried to steer clear of the mideast conflict so william will be walking political tight rope as he visits both israel and the west bank the british have already ruffled some feathers here in israel by describing williams visit to jerusalem's old city as part of the occupied palestinian territories robert berger cbs news jerusalem looks like european sanctions against russia will remain in place for now the us foreign policy chief says russia has not done enough to respect a peace agreement in ukraine and would justify lifting eu sanctions at the end of next month the eu and post those sanctions back in two thousand fourteen after russia annexed ukraine's crimean peninsula the foreign ministers of russia ukraine france and germany met this month to talk about how to end the fighting between ukrainian troops and russianbacked separatists in eastern ukraine more than ten thousand people have been killed in that conflict wbz news time at two twenty two woman from arizona now calling out walgreens pharmacist there she says would not give her a prescription to end her pregnancy nicole arteaga says her doctor prescribed the medication after it became clear she was going to have a miscarriage she says the pharmacist told her he couldn't fill it for ethical reasons reasons cbs's ricky climbing looks at laws around the country we do have are the six states like arizona need not fill you have a conscience or refusal clause seven states where you do not have to fill but you cannot obstruct the woman's right to go get medication so that would be like a transfer or different pharmacists and then you only have eight states where you must provide arteaga says she got her prescription a day later at a different walgreens please breaking news recorded in the highest esteem among its peers get the news about through edward r murrow award defended knock you'll your best newscast their emotional breaking news apps chusetts president a second tester lana jones accurate balanced group award wall simply one place newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time.

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01:25 min | 3 years ago

Maine, Connecticut and Lander discussed on

"Biggest drug busts in the history of the state of maine gets twelve years in prison james jameson of waterbury connecticut was arrested two years ago with about half a million dollars worth of heroin he rammed a cruiser and escaped when drug agents tried to arrest him jameson ended up crashing and running to a motel where he was arrested a nasa spacecraft is on its way to mars the insight lander said its path this morning in california too mars inside spacecraft blasted off saturday from vandenberg air force base hitching a ride on the atlas five rocket spectators could feel it but not see it due to dense fog it's the first interplanetary mission to launch from the west coast the mission insight will explore under the surface of the red planet scientists taking advantage of the earth's orbit aligning with mars orbit this month creating a socalled hov lane that will make the trip to mars a quick six months michelle franzen abc news breaking news in the highest esteem among its peers get the news at about edward r murrow award defendant not guilty of best newscaster emotional moment breaking news apps chusetts president dorchester lana jones accurate balanced group award law simply one place newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time three twenty three traffic and weather together it's the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And analysis by the associated press finds more than two dozen publicly reported mishap since two thousand fourteen involving firearms brought onto school grounds by educators a law enforcement officers the the findings come amid a nationwide push to arm teachers or adan more police officers and armed guards the guns went off by mistake they were fired by curious or unruly students and were left unattended and bathrooms or other locations the associated press review suggests that more arms and schools will almost certainly have unintended circumstances in eastern washington state the dayton school district has distributed sixty tball bats teachers and staff members for protection superintendent doug johnson says it may not be high tech but the bats offer peace of mind older school in a smaller community were more challenged than some of the other places that are bill brand new buildings that have different kinds of inter calms and locking door systems and cameras that are all built in the teachers underwent training on how to swing the bats to do the most damage please in the highest esteem among its peers i get the news at about through edward r murrow award the defendant not guilty of newscaster emotional breaking news visits preston a second or chester lana jones acupuncture award wall simply one place newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time ten fifty three the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

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Britney Spears Given Vanguard Award

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01:21 min | 3 years ago

Britney Spears Given Vanguard Award

"Is now in clinical trials in four sites around the country including fenway community health in boston wbz's lana jones tells us it is a mixture of hiv dna and proteins designed to create an immune response in the patients who take anyways medical research director dr ken mayor says this is a very early stage trial early phase vaccine trial means that we're looking for people who are low risk for hiv this is very early days and there are a number of other vaccine studies underway at fenway health and other sites in boston such as brigham and women's hospital and beth israel deaconess that are also in early phases to develop anti vaccine total of sixty subjects will be involved in testing the safety of this vaccine it'll be years before they can determine its effectiveness but dr mayor says he's encouraged by early results in lab animals lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty of the show this is us as it was named outstanding television drama at the glad media awards the twenty ninth annual ceremony also recognize the net series master of none for an episode in which later waifs character comes out to her family the night's biggest on here went to britney spears who was presented the vanguard award by ricky martin that award recognizes an entertainer that has made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance of lgbtq people wbz news time six fifty.

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Police: Mother of girl who died used super glue to close son's wound

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

Police: Mother of girl who died used super glue to close son's wound

"W x ks fm hd two medford an iheartradio station this is wbz newsradio ten thirty where the news watch never stops wbz news time four o'clock it's mostly cloudy right now up to forty three degrees in boston we'll check traffic and weather together coming up but first this pm commute is brought to you by the new england honda dealers featuring the all new two thousand eighteen accord and the all wheel drive crv for life around here topping our news at four today a fitchburg boy whose sister died after police say both were beaten by their mother told police they were attacked by bullies he also said his mom closed a wound on his neck was superglue wbz's lana jones with more on our top story the police report says the bruise had injuries to his face and the girl had bruises a barriers ages over her entire body it says shayna pedroso had a note in her possession indicating that the children had been bad and were beaten grosso and the father marvin brita were held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing next week the boy is now in the custody of the department of children and families in pittsburgh landon jones wbz newsradio ten thirty the city of boston settles with the family of kaiser willis he's the young boy who drowned in the summer of twenty sixteen playing at the beach the summer camp at carson beach mayor wall says he knows the money won't bring the boy back but he hopes to provide some closure for the child's family one of the democrats running for paul ryan's house seat was kansin says the speaker decided to quit rather than face the voters ryan announcing today he is not seeking reelection he says serving in congress has been one of the two greatest honors of his life it's easy for to take over everything in your life and you can't just let that happen because there are other things in life that can be fleeting as well.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Government to invest one hundred billion dollars over the next ten years to fight the opioid crisis here's wbz's lana jones senator warren says the money would be distributed according to need a portion would go to every state in the nation and to indian tribes a portion of the funding goes directly to the hardest hit counties in the country the counties were the most people are dying from opioid overdoses she says the bill also aims to reduce the stigma of drug addiction by demanding that addiction be handled like every other chronic disease and that means access to highquality individualized treatment that is rooted in science not stigma is hoping together bipartisan support for her proposal at boston medical center lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty continuing violence in the middle east nine palestinian civilians killed and over a thousand hurt during today's protests in gaza us for a second straight week blocks a un security council statements supporting the right of the palestinians to demonstrate peacefully ended independent investigation into the deadly protests wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes and mike king things are good out there don will start with the southeast expressway the southbound side is good top to bottom no delays getting out of the city here and northbound's find all the way past columbia road as you come into the city tonight route three south is clear down past route fifty three and overrun one twenty eight you're moving right along from waltham right down into braintree the.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The case cosby has denied charges he drugged and molested a woman at his home in two thousand four bollywood superstar salman khan faces up to six years in prison for illegal poaching gone was convicted of shooting to rare black buck deer at a wildlife preserve in india twenty years ago the case has languished for years in legal limbo kon pleaded not guilty and has long maintained his innocence lawrence charter school is revising its dress code after several middle schoolers staged a protest this week wbz's lana jones tells us the school will soon have a genderneutral dress code that will not require the girls to wear skirts girls at the lawrence family development charter school have been allowed to wear pants during the cold winter months but in the fall and starting april first the uniform must include a skirt when it was cold this week several girls defied the code and wore pants a few of the boys wore their skirts in support the students said petitioned the board of trustees to change the code in response superintendent ralph carreira writes he is proud the students engaged in civic activities adding it's important that we empower and support their voice the student handbook is currently being updated to in his words ensure that equity dress rights are implemented in lawrence lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty the kids have sent a petition for a dress code change to the board of trustees who will take it up at their next meeting on april eleventh an auction ends next wednesday for a map used by president john f kennedy during the nineteen sixty two cuban missile crisis wbz's bill marcus says online bidding is already top twenty thousand dollars bostonbased are auctions bombie livingston says the map up for auction was used by president kennedy to plan an attack on russian missiles army has put little icons of where all the nuclear missiles were in the nuclear silos and we're all service to air missiles that the russians had put in livingston says on the day kennedy used the map the russians had already shut down in american youtube spy plane kennedy and mcnamara had to decide on this day if they were going to start world war three luckily kennedy and soviet premier nikita khrushchev settled their dispute that evening bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty search dial for knowledge max my mind piles around the clock and trust the mason made.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"China's trade countermeasures laurie triggered some fairly brutal selling at the opening bell but by the closing bell the dow was up two hundred thirty one points at twenty four thousand sixty four the nasdaq up one hundred points the smp up thirty investors came around to the idea that the tit for tat tariffs between the us and china might not end up being so bad it could be months before they go into effect and officials from both nations say they're open to talks facebook ceo mark zuckerberg will testify before lawmakers in washington one week from today and they'll have something new to discuss facebook this afternoon revealed that cambridge analytica improperly harvest to data of eighty seven million facebook users the first estimates were around fifty million business reports eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty we're gonna have more on the tariffs coming up in the news with jeff brown here in just a few minutes this story now a lawrence charter school cool revise its dress code after a bunch of middle schoolers stage a protest wbz's lana jones tells us the school will soon have a gender neutral dress code that will not require girls to wear skirts after april the girls at the lawrence family development charter school have been allowed to wear pants during the cold winter months but in the fall and starting april first the uniform must include a skirt when it was cold this week several girls defied the code and wore pants a few of the boys wore their skirts in support the students said petitioned the board of trustees to change the code in response superintendent rav carreira writes he is proud the students engaged in civic activities adding it's important that we empower and support their voice the student handbook is currently being updated to in his words ensure that equity dress rights are implemented in lawrence lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five twelve over to tom cuddy in the as hticket.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Worcester lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty more information is coming out today about a brockton state senators past struggles with alcohol michael brady was arrested early saturday and weymouth and has since pled not guilty he's also checked himself into a treatment program the brockton enterprise reports it's not the first time this has happened brady was also arrested in weymouth back in nineteen ninety eight after he crashed into a utility pole on pleasant street according to police officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol after that crash and brady admitted to drinking quote a lot of beers at a bar in quincy number eighty was issued a citation but it's not clear if he was ever arraigned a new report on competitive electronically supplies out wbz's ben parker reports the state ag ordered that report after getting an earful or healy says the office received hundreds of complaints from residents concerning deceptive sales tactics and overcharging by competitive electric suppliers low income residents paid an average about two hundred and thirty dollars per year more than they would have paid had they stayed with basic service the attorney general says she plans to work with the legislature and others to end the individual residential competitive electric supply in massachusetts it's time to stop the targeting to end the abuse and restore fairness healy says these companies have built an entire business on deceptive practices and they have not been protecting the public but cheating it ben parker wbz newsradio ten thirty he was missing for several days now a man from thune has been found and is under arrest based on child pornography charges the eagle tribune reports michael muse was arrested in arrest area off four ninety five in chelmsford this happened early tuesday he was hospitalized with what police are calling pre existing injuries amuse was reported missing by his wife back on the twentyfirst police tell the paper a warrant for his arrest was issued on monday no details available right now on his alleged crimes or when he will be arraigned very tough right out there we search for direction intersection is all that seldom troops the correct path cleave anytime soon so stop and go for those red lights we have an alternative wbz's traffic on the threes wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time twelve twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A dump truck going about seventy miles an hour and then she allegedly tried to steal that dump truck but the driver stopped her police arrive moments later and arrested crews that cabdriver is expected to be okay brockton state senator michael brady is apologizing after he was arrested on drunk driving charges wbz's lana jones reports he was picked up early saturday on route eighteen in weymouth brady was arraigned on driving under the influence negligence operation and mark lane by elation charges on monday in quincy district court he issued a statement this morning saying he apologizes to weymouth police is constituents his friends and colleagues in the legislature for quote the embarrassment and distraction this incident causes he says he knows that as a senator he is held to a higher standard brady's office says he does not expect to make any further comment until the legal process is concluded brady is free on personal recognizance after pleading not guilty lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty and a woman in manchester new hampshire gives police a battle as they try to arrest her police say around eight thirty this morning detroit riley and two others were stopped behind a building on parker street they thought they were prowling well police say she tried unsuccessfully to grab the officer's gun once riley was put on the ground and coughed police say they found crystal meth and heroin in her pants still to come new charges in the fallout from the larry nassar sex abuse scandal at michigan university also the dow drops more than three hundred points today we'll.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The man found guilty of twelve counts of animal abuse in the puppy dough trial will be sentenced this afternoon lana jones reports read it's lesser caskey was charged with abusing a pit bull he adopted then abandoned in two thousand thirteen the dog was so badly injured it had to be put down their caskey did not testify in his own behalf lawyers argued that the dog had run away and was tortured by someone else kim stare at is an animal activists who has followed the case from the beginning i love animals i have four rescue pets myself i i think that they really deserve a voice and people need to know that animal cruelty will not be tolerated each animal cruelty charge carries up to seven years in prison zukowski will be sentenced tomorrow at norfolk superior court in dedham lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty two high schools on alert this morning pembroke with increased police presence after a student posted photos of guns to social media over the weekend the student is out of school until that investigation is concluded and a junior from andover high is under arrest for posting threatening image to snapchat last night showing assault rifles with the caption do not come to school tomorrow no guns were found at that students home the state board of elementary and secondary education will meet today to discuss whether or not to arm teachers in the commonwealth officials from holyoke and lawrence will give updates on the status of their districts as the board is slated to vote on a resolution that would oppose putting guns in classrooms patriots owner robert kraft doing his part for the movement against gun violence graft organized for families of the parkland high school shootings to fly to the march for our lives protests in dc last weekend on the patriots plane craft told reporters he was inspired by the young people pushing for progress something's not right and we got to fix it and congratulations.

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Thousands Expected On Boston Common For ‘March For Our Lives’

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

Thousands Expected On Boston Common For ‘March For Our Lives’

"To forty thousand people to take part in today's march for our lives march and rally the march advocating increased gun control measures has been organized in response to the shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school on valentine's day wbz's lana jones tells us boston police will have a major but subdued presents commissioner bill evans says there could be a counter rally on the common but he is not expecting to put up barriers well if we have a large crowd mystic towards one we'll get in between but more like two full have steel barriers if we need them but it's not gonna be preset uptown evans supports the march you know i'm healthy all the time and they see these young kids a lot of them young african american kids being killed every on the streets of our city and i know parkland was a terrible thing but there's so many kids across this country every day who died two senseless blinds regarding to guns it's a boycott call in boston lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty in the gun debate will be heard today organizers expect a half a million people in the nation's capital to march in favor of enhanced gun control measures the nra will also have a presence staging a counter march this is seventeen magazine executive editor joey bartolomeo who's bringing some teenagers to the dc march it's really cool for kids to have a cause now that they believe in and that's what what high school is about now it's not just kind of who's popular and it's really like what's your mission what do you stand behind what what are you doing to make a change this young woman plans to march.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Spring is less than a week away and the boston flower show is in full bloom at the world trade center this in the port district wbz's lana jones ask holly perry of the massachusetts horticultural society just how much damage all this snow may have done in our backyard certainly shrubs and trees are gonna have to be very carefully because the weight of the snow has been very damaging and so we know that fit at perennials i think you will find that they will come through well because the snow is an insulator for from temperatures going up and down and we'll provide water so there may be some damage there but that is not where my concern is a homeowner is my concern for the shrubs and for the trees is there anything we can do for the shrubs right male or or immediately after the snow melts stood to save them well you need to check them you need to prune out the damaged areas certainly if you're dealing with trees and its way up in the canopy you're gonna need a professional to do that you don't want to get up on the ladder and pull off and some of the ladders are told but you do need to go in and you know you start you assess i you pull out what is dead first and you wanna use a bypass crooner of some sort so that it makes a clean clean.

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"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So much tree damage i've never seen so at least in my memory of seeing so much damage at least around where i live and i think it's pretty widespread so that threat has been reduced because of the fact that snow has turned into more of fluffier types no less water content to it not as heavy as it builds up on some of the trees not to say over southeastern massachusetts still pacing wet down there so consequently they have more of an issue much more in the way power outages down there barry burbank of course a day bowers or i think might be frank straight joining us but we've got a meteorologist coming up live in just a minute here but the conditions have rapidly deteriorated in sections west of boston let's join him with lana jones has there right now lana described conditions if you would have been on some of the side roads from holliston through ashland and i'm now in hopkinton anti getting detoured along the way but bowing trees there are they haven't the a lot of them have them come down yet but they are bowing into the road and some of the the trees are bringing some of the wires down with them although not off their polls just yet there have been scattered powder a power outages throughout this area all day and but lori conditions are very very treacherous the plows are out but just as soon as those plows past the snow just creates another blanket of white i've seen very few residents out today some of them have shovels and snowblowers but for the most part it looks like the houses and businesses throughout this area are all buttoned up and waiting for this to pass in hopkinton lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty okay lana let's go over to logan airport again it looks like just about every flight in and out canceled flight.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"lana jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The region this one could dump of foot or more of snow on parts of the state almost forty three thousand people still have no power from our weekend nor'easter almost half of them are national grid customers vice president for emergency planning might mcmalan macallen says they have made progress though allott your work committed took tomorrow to be back on uh for the majority of the customers there are going to be customers there are going to be able to cut get service tomorrow for a variety of reasons might be a service pulled off their house or might be even more extensive damage than we realise the frustration though was boiling over for those stillflooded on the northshore wbz's bernice core pools tells us some inland properties within the hot have become tiny island ford road that a section of fox hill road remain underwater days after the storm began we have water from property now kip west lives on fox hill road but his house is now an island surrounded by water it's the ocean in front of houses now it's been stressful um we're dealing with it uh the town is bid a little bit slow to react but the pumping all this out so slowly uh the water is receding but it's hundreds of thousands of gallons of water any he hopes more pumps could be deployed here so the water will be gone before the next storm in hunt bernie scorpio's wbz newsradio 1030 on the south shore nor well is slow to get the power back more than half that town is still in the dark wbz's lana jones tells us residents there seemed to have weathered the storm fairly well david has been layering by help shore jaspen packing on coats and paths and acid has been stores open would have you got a generator here we had but now the regular power is back and this customer was making another quick stop at the nor will general store on the way home now it's been it's he kind of go with the flow i thank you now take had been cold and you have him i was little call we spend one night in a hotel but we're back on now so also good just in time for the next storm in well lanna jones wbz news radio 1030 wbz news time is six o two and again another storm is.

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Harvard professor placed on leave following series of sexual misconduct allegations

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

Harvard professor placed on leave following series of sexual misconduct allegations

"The iheart radio app it is a free download of eighty five year old washed woman has died after a two alarm blaze hit her split level home early this morning wbz's lana jones tells us an off duty worcester firefighter was able to rescue one of the homes to other residents opted he fire lieutenant helped to one of two men who lived in the home at a window according to a deputy chief who says woman's son and his husband are being treated for smoke inhalation buddha tentative described as shaken dante lives around the corner it's kind of scary yet because i dunno this neighborhood is kind of quiet so i didn't expect wolf fires you know it's really unexpected by than expected to be on this on the scale the heaviest damage appears to be in the upstairs bedrooms investigators have not yet determined to cause in westerly anna jones wbz newsradio 1030 harvard professors on administrative leave following a series of sexual misconduct allegations let me bill shown to students university's faculty of the arts and sciences dean says professor or hey the domingos is on leave affective immediately pending a full and fair review of the facts former students and colleagues accused makers of sexual harassment and assault in an article published tuesday in the chronicle of higher education bill gaza banda's lawyers have returned to courts in a bid to prevent damaging testimony during his upcoming retrial for sexual assault as abc's mark roe mired reports it didn't take long for the proceedings to get testy bill cosby back in court for a pretrial hearing in what would be his second trial on charges that he drunken sexually assaulted a woman in two thousand four the hearing growing contentious has the judge says he's putting cosby's defence team on notice after they falsely accused prosecutors of hiding or destroying evidence the judge calling the allegations serious but declining.

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

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"The news watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time eleven o'clock forty three degrees in boston getting up to the low fifty is tomorrow under sunny skies traffic and weather together coming up good evening i'm john half wbz news our top story this hour delaying parts of the recreational marijuana law in the state wbz's lana jones tells us don't expect home pot delivery or marijuana cafes until at least october while the regulators work to get ready for retail sales by july 1st commission chairman steep robin says he decision could limit access to legal marijuana for a time pierre categories you have by definition wrote the lower your disabilities he hasn't said is a concern that they are moving forward on a pace to begin accepting retail licence applications in april we're talking policy this week and wants remake causes will embed them in regulations in and review and vote on those regulations next tuesday and wednesday some of the issues being sorted out this week include safeguarding the medical marijuana supply in the face of what is expected to be high demand in retail on beacon hill landed jones wbz newsradio 1030 president trump returns to washington with the nation's governors on gun violence president assuring the chief executives the national rifle association will take action on gun accessibility is no bigger fan of the second amendment the man there's no bigger fan of the nra and these guys a great patriots a great people and they want to do something bigger to do suck democratic attorneys general from around the country in washington calling four common sense gun control among them massachusetts ag more healy who is critical of the president's proposal to warmer a few specialized teachers you only interests this serves is the gun lobby's and frankly the nra's looking to boost the sales and profits of gun manufacturers around this country that's what's driving this here in boston hundreds turnout for a pro union rally as the us supreme court hears arguments on a challenge to an illinois all that allows unions representing government workers to collect fees from those who choose not to join senator ed markey says the case shows working people in the country are under attack make no mistake donald trump and his republican party what took break every single union that exist today and make sure that no one can all get eyes too tomorrow the trump administration supports the challenge to the.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"A check on blue business news were bloomberg's andrew o'day on this thursday morning remarks are joining sir once again a smaller number of americans were filling out forms in triplicate at the unemployment office and not just because more people are doing it online labor department says the total number of new jobless claim filings came in at two hundred twenty one thousand last week and unexpected decrease of nine thousand for the week before and near the lowest level in four and a half decades helping fuel the low total is ongoing worry by employers of finding qualified replacements for workers who quit or are laid off following the reading stock futures point gains again inside an hour from wall street's opening bell us be futures up fifteen nasdaq futures up fifty four dow futures up one hundred twenty three as talks have played an aggressive game of shoots and ladders over the past week and a half the oil market is seen a slower steadier decline right now oil futures losing about a quarter to sixty one and a half dollars a barrel business reports at eight thirty eight past the hour i'm andrew o'day bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time eight thirty nine the state's gaming commission is continuing its investigation into wind casinos suitability for a project underway in everett wbz's lana jones tells us after steve wins resignation is ceo the commission is looking into what role if any wind will now play and his company executive director ed barrage and says the commission continues to actively investigate wins seven point five milliondollar settlement with a woman who alleges sexual misconduct there are still concerns about whether steve wynn has uh control stockownership in those types of things will have to find out exactly what the resignation actually means as for.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Senate president's dan rosenberg just met with local media he says this has been one of the hardest things he's gone through personally and professionally he just spoke with reporters at the state house about the boston globe report claiming his husband groped in kissed men against their will wbz's lana jones is at the state house with the latest today laugh loria a very emotional senate president said he was shot afghan devastated by the allegations he said he is confident his husband wielded no influence over senate business and announced that a brian hafner would be seeking professional help for alcohol abuse rosenberg spoke for less than three minutes and took no questions the senate majority and minority leaders are currently arranging for an independent investigation into reports that hefner's sexually assaulted four men who had business before the senate that investigator will report to the senate ethics committee that whole process will be getting underway early next week at the state house lana jones wbz newsradio 1030 hardline a thank you president trump's former national security aide cuts a plea deal in connection with potential trump campaign collusion with russia the ap saga mougani says michael flynn could sing like a bird mike flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to fbi agents about his talks with russia's then us ambassador now saying a senior trump transition team member directed him last year to make contact with the russian officials former federal prosecutor david weinstein says flynn could now be a gold mine for special counsel bob muller's team is going to have information about conduct that occurred during the campaign before the election and after trump was elected and it took office flynn is the first person who worked here to plead guilty and the special counsel probe a white house lawyer says nothing about flynn's plea implicates anybody in the trump administration saga remain ghani at the white house simply means these karyn regal with.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"On wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time six ten the world health organisation says a shocking number of drugs sold around the world are fake and dangerous fake drugs they've become a major problem worldwide at word from the world health organization which says that one in every ten drugs sold in developing countries is fake or substandard and it's causing tens of thousands of deaths many of the bogus drugs are sold for bargain prices via the internet tempting pharmacists in poorer nations among the hardest hit african children given in effective treatments four pneumonia and malaria jim chenevey cbs news governor baker is boasting that his administration is a big believer in bipartisanship as he confirmed he and lieutenant governor's lido are seeking a second term in office wbz's lana jones was in worcester yesterday as the governor said he is seeking reelection baker says he is committed to growing the economy addressing the opioid crisis and tackling transportation issues and doing so in a collaborative way karen and i believe that our success has been driven by our focus on the work that it's our focus on the work the translates into great opportunities for people men whether you're republican a democrat or an independent uh i think that's really what people want us to focus on two as for his opponents we now have a race of are on the we plan to focus on but i certainly expect that we won't be the only race people pay attention to but our view is we're going to pay attention to our raised because that's one that matters the most of us in worcester lana jones wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time six eleven time for us to head to the a stick com.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Smarter joe stapleton wbz 24hour traffic network here's the fourday wbz accuweather forecast mainly cloudy and mild overnight with some fog developing temperatures holding about steady later on tuesday rather cloudy with a couple of showers high to seventy two rain at times tuesday night low down to sixty four wednesday windy and mild with periods of rain some of that rain heavy enough to cause flooding in low lying areas high sixty eight mainly cloudy and cooler on thursday with a shower in the afternoon high sixty two i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio 1030 eighty i'm done hov wbz news as the investigation continues into the fatal weekend mulling of a sevenyearold boy and lower by a pair of pit bulls one local city councillor wants to consider banning or restricting the breed wbz's lambah jones tells us he's the same lawmaker who sponsored inordinate six years ago that was overruled by state lawmaker kurds rodney elliott says the two thousand eleven ordinance came after a string of attacks and reports of illegal breeding didn't ban pit bulls but we put and there was enforcement mechanisms that restricts news and we saw what i would say a significant drop in pit bull issues and complaints but the legislature passed a law forbidding restrictions that we're breeds pacific elliott says they need to rethink that people shouldn't have to worry about walking their dogs where they live who has a dog that is unpredictable and very aggressive nature elliott is running for reelection has asked the city for dog registration information is a step towards what he hopes will be a new attempt at an ordinance in level lana jones wbz news radio 1030 a man on the state's most wanted list is arrested in pennsylvania and efforts are underway to return him to bristol county to face charges thomas markets was wanted in the machete attack on a woman walking her dog in taunton last month both survived.

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01:34 min | 4 years ago

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"Will have more special reports throughout the day locally a construction worker is killed in woburn crushed by a bolder this happened over at the construction site for the public library which is undergoing renovation in woburn the victim's name is being withheld over the next several weeks service stations that provide a mission inspections will be transitioning to a new program that will include cameras recording every step of the inspection process now wbz's lana jones tells us the upgrade is being made to prevent fraud there will be five cameras in each inspection bay that will be turned on when the inspection begins and turned off when it ends the images will be stored in the computer met the last year of the new england service station an auto repair association says consumers may find that inspections will take a bit longer but predicts that two years of planning and preparation will pay off i think what you get it a lot more protection for the infection patient out there that doing it right and i come up the bad after that are out there because they do week that to be able to how crew that some people were doing it wrong to remove them out of the industry land jones wbz newsradio 1030 i will have more on these changes lanna coming up at four fifty five and hoping the mechanics here this as well are wbz news time four thirty three traffic and weather together nicole davis with the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes sponsored by embark what's happening they're well we have busy traffic out there force lorry southbound on 495 or rather i should say.

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