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"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Like Celean, Sleepy's plus get a Free adjustable base with their $999 purchase. Kevin Brennan. WB's ease traffic on the threes, Hazy sunshine, and it's just punishing heat combined with the humidity right now in Boston, it is 93 degrees, and it looks like we may or may not hit 99. That was the record at Logan Airport Back in 1933. Although prior to the Logan records, there was a 1925 temperature where it hit 100 degrees. On this date. Anyway, we're going to be checking in with meteorologist Dean DeVore for you in another 10 Minutes of the look at how long the heatwave Day Two will last live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. And good Tuesday. I'm Laurie Kirby. Nice to be with you. Here are the five things you need to know. At 12 45 in court. 19 year old Jack Callahan was just a rain in ordered held without bail for the murder of his father said to undergo a mental health evaluation holding out Hope. Day six for search and rescue teams as they look for survivors in the rubble of a condo collapse in Florida Changing the way we fly United Airlines unveiling two new jets with room your seats? Yea! And elevated first class entertainment. Here comes the leg room and it isn't just human beings affected by extreme heat. Think about the zoo love more on that. Because there is a heat advisory across much of the state and now an unhealthy air advisory, along with a heat WBZ TV's Nikki Giovanni, with more from Quincy. So just how dangerous is this heat that we got a taste of yesterday? Well in speaking with the Boston EMS crew about this, they say it's something that impacts everyone. It's the great equalizer. That's one thing we hired, said. Everybody's got to slow down, pay attention. Chief James Hooley tells us by the Chief James Holy tells us by the fourth day of the last heat wave we went through a few weeks ago, His crews had to respond to a 40% increase in calls. Remember signs of heat exhaustion include heavy sweating, dizziness and muscle aches. And now again, going back into the nineties. Today, it's going to take a concerted effort to stay safe and stay cool. It's funny with the the heat. When sometimes people get ill from the heat, they forget to wear a hat. And of course, that Sun hitting the top of your head can really lead to some problems. So always. I remember some of the old timers saying, always wear a hat out in.
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"I'm Laurie Kirby with a quick check of the stories trending right now on WBZ. NewsRadio. 10 30. A Father's Day celebration turns tragic in Wrentham, a one year old boy drowned in a family pool that had just been installed only two weeks ago. In New Hampshire, police say, a 15 year old boy jumping into a pond on a rope swing drowned. This happened at seven Pond in Bedford. Around seven o'clock last night day 106 the nurses strike at ST Vincent's Hospital. Worcester is now Not the second longest in state history. The longest nursing strike in Massachusetts lasted six months back in 2000 and one shaken truck driver stays on scene after hitting a boy on Wilcox Street in Dorchester happened around seven o'clock last night, and a dirt bike debate rages on in Springfield, the City Council committee. Then the full City Council will vote on the measure that would greatly restrict the sale of gas to those with off road vehicle. I'm Laurie curving. Now. W RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com Traffic center all jammed up on the expressway north before Morrissey Boulevard report of a crash there. The Coton side is slow there and then again before the split doing guard rail repair, and Randolph, the right lane blocked lower end of 93 north at 24 slow their slow and can infer roadwork 95 northbound by in a pond. It's street that is backed up when you're backed up on both sides of Route three before Derby Street and hang them. I'm Dave Gardner. And the W. RKO Traffic Center. Now is the time to get a new job. Express employment professionals never charges jobseekers AFI and has more than 35,000 job openings with high demand and construction, driving, logistics and administrative jobs. Find the location near you at express pros dot com or on the express jobs APP Now, the long roofing Weather Channel forecast After starting off this week, with some warmer temperatures a different story into the middle part of the weight because.
‘Tragic And Horrifying Situation’: Suspect Charged With Middleboro Double Murder In Boston
"In this morning's double murder murder rather in Middleborough. WBC's Laurie Kirby has details limit County District Attorney Timothy Cruise along with Middleborough. Police chief Joseph Perkins held a news conference hours after the gruesome double murder to say an arrest had been made chief Joseph Perkins making the announcement shortly after discovering the victims. Middleborough Police Department made contact with with an an arrested arrested Ryan Ryan truth. truth. 21 21 of of three three Highland Highland Street Street and and middle middle borrow borrow and and arrested arrested him. him. Three Three Highland Highland Street Street is is where where police police went went this this morning morning for for a a wellness wellness check. When the victims didn't show up for work, Authorities say they don't believe this to be a random act, and there's no danger to the public in Middleborough. Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston's news radio 606 this hour,
U.K. becomes first country to approve Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
"And so it begins in Britain. It's the beginning of the end of this pandemic. The initial cove in 19 vaccines being distributed as we speak. More now from WBC's Laurie Kirby dubbed V Day for Vaccine and Victory in the war Against Cove, it 90 year old Margaret Keenan, a grandmother becomes the first person to receive the Kobe vaccine in the UK if people come along Get rid of this terrible thing. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who fought covert himself, It's amazing to see the vaccine coming. It's amazing to see this tremendous was shot in the arm for the entire nation, but we can't afford to relax. Those first shots in the arm. 800,000 doses will go to the elderly and nursing home workers. Laurie Kirby WBZ
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"But get ready. It's 10 30. I'm Laurie Kirby years what's happening a sudden on significant change to the weather forecast for the weekend. Winter storm could dump a half a foot of snow, if not more to parts of Massachusetts Saturday into Sunday, the National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Simpson said. This is a complex system and the track of the storm could shift by 50 miles in either direction. Probably gonna be some areas with really intense snowfall rates of two or three hours for a period drama after noon tomorrow evening. Where that will pan out. It's kind of difficult. It could be near the 1 28 Cardell more likely in the northern Wooster Hills say it could be. They need the afternoon models. So keep it right here for updates on the track of the storm, But the first snowflake should arrive mid day and Worcester County. This is going to start his reign is going to shift over. There's also going to be some pretty strong wind gusts. 60 miles an hour. So we're looking at the likelihood if not the probability of widespread power outages. Yes, Boston You're going to see possibly a couple of inches of snow. But again, we're gonna have to watch that track. Middlesex County You're looking at 4 to 8 inches of heavy, wet snow. This is the kind of snow that sticks to everything. Break out the shovels. Suspect wanted for shooting a state trooper in high anise last month, has killed himself in a shootout with U. S marshals in New York. It happened this morning. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond is there. One of those marshals was shot in the arm, the other two unclear if they were shot but also injured all three Red Jacoby Medical Center and there has been one fatality. 32 year old Andre Sterling, identified by the NYPD. He was wanted for shooting a Massachusetts state trooper during a traffic stop that that state trooper John Lennon, who remains on injured leave after getting shot.
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"65 down in Avon and 68 in Boston. It's 6 35. The FDA is granted. Agency use authorization to a Corona virus antibody therapy. That drug is meant to treat people with mild to moderate symptoms, but who are at risk of having more serious illnesses. CBS's Dona Bacchus is in Los Angeles. On the treatment front. The FDA has given emergency approval to allied Lily for the first antibody treatment for covert patients who have mild to moderate symptoms works by attaching to the vibrant And blocking a century and also possibly by healthy person means clear the virus. The data, we have suggests that early treatment may help people avoid disease progression and avoid hospitalization. Safety testing for the drug is ongoing. The antibody treatment can only be used in patients, 12 and older who have a mild to moderate case of the disease. They also must face a high risk of getting worse. It is not intended for patients who are already hospitalized. Raised a memorial is being created for the veterans who died from covert 19 at the Holyoke Soldiers home. Here's more from W. B. C's Laurie Kirby and Online Veterans Day Tribute is created to honor those who died from a deadly outbreak of Cove in 19 at the Holyoke Soldiers home, a coalition says the website tribute includes images a narrative and links to funeral notices and obituaries so people can learn about each veterans life and service to the nation. The whole yolks hold His home was the site of one of the deadliest cove in 19 outbreaks to hit a nursing home in the country. Earlier this year, At least 76 veterans died, and many more residents and staff were sick. It Laurie Kirby W B Z Boston's NewsRadio, California's covert 19 rates are rising. And now some rules are being put back into place. More details on that from ABC, Alex Stone here in California, almost a dozen counties are moving back into more restrictive cove in 19 tears, three sacrifice No San Diego in Stanislas counties are moving into the most restrictive tear with rising cove. It 19 rates. Some counties like Ella have never left that most restrictive tear. Dr. Mark Galley is California's lead doctor think a number of counties are indeed experiencing quite high levels of cases, he says. People need to avoid gathering with anyone outside of their immediate household, even if they're trusted family members. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles Disneyland. Cutting more jobs because of the Corona virus Pandemic. Disneyland's president emailed staff about the furloughs this week, we'll downtown Disney and parts of California adventure shopping locations have been cleared to reopen. Much of the theme parks Resort has been closed since Marge. No word right now on how many employees this series of furloughs impacts. In September, Disney laid off 28,000 employees from both California and Florida. Produce warning from a major retailer. Details from CBS is Lilia Luciano WalMart has announced a recall of romaine lettuce from company Tanner more and Antal over concerns of possible E. Coli contamination. The FDA is investigating and issued a recall alert for single head remain lettuce with October 15th, or 16th Pack dates on its corporate site. WalMart published the list of about 1000 stores in 19 States and Puerto Rico that sold the re called Lettuce. Luciano, CBS NEWS LOS Angeles It's 6 38 time now for Bloomberg Business. Rising US and global virus cases dampened but didn't wipe out market optimism. Today we finished mixed up. 263 NASDAQ Down 160 Recipe 500 Down five Uber Eats food delivery service has helped uber cushion losses in its core right, hailing business brought on by the pandemics massive hit to travel today. Uber's rival Lift says it, too, is working on its own food delivery service. It also is posting that summer quarter results, which included 48% drop in revenue from last summer, but a bigger than forecast 47% revenue jump from the spring and rode a Bloomberg business on W. B.
2021 Boston Marathon postponed, ‘at least’ until the fall
"A bit longer to align the marathon route taking in the sun cheering on the athletes as they go by. W. B. C's Laurie Kirby tells us why the Boston Athletic Association announcing that the 125th Boston Marathon traditionally held on the third Monday in April. Patriot's day will be post phone on Till at least the fall of 2021 Tom Grilled CEO says with fewer than six months until Patriot's day and with road race is prohibited until phase for the Massachusetts reopening plan. We are unable to host the Boston Marathon this coming April. Laurie
Boston - Low-risk communities in Massachusetts to enter Step 2 of Phase 3
"Communities communities could could enter enter step step to to Phase Phase three. three. That means indoor performance venues, museums, gyms and libraries can open back up at 50% capacity. Some communities chose not to move forward, including Somerville, New Bedford. Entered or remains in the red zone. They did not move forward to loosen restrictions. Hospital cases of covert rise across that region W. B C's Laurie Kirby reports on the new action being taken in the South coast that affects everyone who works in hospitals. Their concerns over a
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby it's twelve noon this is WBZ Boston and let's begin with Columbia gas the sentencing was virtual thanks to co bid but the money being paid by Columbia is quite real WBZ's Karen regal watches the chapter was closed today in federal court hears more Columbia gas present Ammar Campa appeared in court via video link in a room with blue curtains and said Columbia gas is heart goes out to the family of Lino Ron don who was killed when Columbia gas lines were over pressurized and cause a disaster that triggered explosions in three towns and caused tens of thousands to evacuate and then live without heat with a bang of a gavel the plea deal became official Columbia gas will pay over fifty three million the largest criminal fine ever under the federal pipeline safety act that's on top of the billion plus dollars Columbia gas is paid in restitution Columbia gas will also be sold to ever source ever source tells me they expect to close by the end of September federal judge Dennis Saylor said he wished he could go back in time and stop the disaster in the Merrimack valley Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio are we have a statement from mayor Rivera he's the mayor of Lawrence on the sentencing verdict he says while I'm happy the process work that the citizens of Lawrence Andover north Andover got their day in court I'm still dismayed that not one person lost their job or will spend time in jail for the loss of life there is one fatality and of course the loss of property that happened on September thirteenth twenty eighteen I want to thank from the bottom of my heart and on behalf of the affected citizens of Lawrence US attorney Andrew Lelling for prosecuting this matter without him Columbia gas would still be in existence selling gas in Massachusetts I hope that he and other federal leaders can find a way to make that fifty three million dollar fine help the families in the impacted communities it is clear he writes now more than ever that the people of Lawrence Andover north Andover would have more use of this money then the federal government that is from mayor Rivera on the Columbia gas sentencing verdict again this is the highest criminal fine slapped on a company under the pipeline safety federal pipeline safety act in history all right it is twelve oh three and fingers crossed we're going to go to Kevin Brennan with traffic on the threes the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Kevin good afternoon good afternoon there lord we're gonna start off down on route twenty four in stony got slowdowns both directions here approaching one thirty died due to a roll over crash on the ramp from twenty four north to exit twenty B. that's one thirty nine west bound on that ramp is shut down right now as emergency vehicles arrive on that scene again expect delays both directions on route twenty four heading towards route one thirty nine expressways looking pretty good both directions no troubles over on route three between Braintree and Kingston one ninety five west bound you got about a mile back up through the work zone here at route eighteen in new Bedford up to the north for ninety five north bound stop and go traffic from two thirty to Methuen up through the bridge work here at ward hill in Haverhill route one north bound now moving better after re opening the ramps to and from the Lynn fells parkway here in Saugus once you clear that north bound you're looking pretty good up through Peabody but then watch out for left lane work here at route one fourteen in Danvers Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes all right thank you so much and the forecast Kevin for today hot and humid we're looking at eighties in the city mid eighties ninety in lamb the beaches today seventy five.
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby and here are the five things you need to know a two forty five six former eBay employees are now facing charges for aggressive lady cyber stalking a couple in Natick and the pilot of the U. S. fighter jet that crashed into the North Sea this morning has been found dead Boston pride says they are pleased with the U. S. supreme court's ruling today protecting LGBT workers from discrimination and the MBTA is introducing introducing rather a five day pass for the commuter rail a pilot program is set to begin on July first and the story Massachusetts is a step closer to expanding vote by mail after a bill making that possible passes the house the bill's author believes there's no reason the rest of the country can follow suit and WBZ's James Rowe Haas is following democratic state representative Andy Vargas says they could be modern day voter suppression states resisting vote by mail for every registered voter support some Republicans like to say this is just the democratic tactic to you know get more democratic votes but but that's not the case as he watches his bill now working its way through the state Senate Vargas says he believes it's a nonpartisan issue where we have more people voting record for democracy and if one party has an issue with how more people voting vote and that party has an issue with speaking to the broader electorate Vargas is bill also gives options for early in person voting and extends deadlines for early voting James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio in Russia former U. S. marine Paul Wieland gets sixteen years of hard labor for espionage Wieland says it was all a set up CBS is Elizabeth Palmer is covering the U. S. ambassador to Moscow Jon Solomon says it is an outrage with.
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening right now full house actress Lori Loughlin and her husband are set to plead guilty tomorrow in Boston federal court this is a change of plea as CBS's not Piper reports they had been fighting the charges for more than a year the pair was facing more than forty years in prison but under the plea agreement actress Lori Loughlin will serve just two months her husband fashion designer Mossimo G. newly will serve five months behind bars so far more than twenty parents have pleaded guilty in the case including fellow actress Felicity Huffman former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson says prosecutors in this case have been sending a clear message this behavior even if you think you're helping your kids is not only wrong but it's criminal and if celebrities can go to prison so can you Matt Piper CBS news it's clear corona virus continues to take its toll on the economy and American workers the labor department this morning released its weekly jobless claims and it was stark another two point four million Americans filed for unemployment help last week that brings the total to nearly forty million and that's not including the gig economy and some other less traditional jobs CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger weighs in what we're looking at is a longer recovery and that is quite clear CBO says that the US economy will not recover to where it was at the end of last year for another two years probably CBO meaning the Congressional Budget Office which is a non partisan strictly nonpartisan office that crunches the numbers we have another hot number Fauria is a sign of hard times get this one point six million homeowners miss their mortgage payment in the month of April that is the biggest number ever in history and as the state gets ready to start re opening the economy with part two of phase one Boston mayor Marty Walsh is not too comfortable with some of the details WBZ's James Rowe Haas with more on that according to phase one the city of Boston will be allowed to re open office space on June first at twenty five percent capacity but the mayor thinks that's too much he says re opening the city is going to be challenging because of how large and dense the commercial sector is the last thing that anyone should be dealt with as high unemployment and no business I mean that that's that's a that's a recipe for a failing city and we need to get all these issues open we need to do in a very thoughtful manner he plans to talk to governor Baker about his concerns in private in the meantime wall says guidelines for re opening businesses will be released next week James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio casinos in Connecticut getting ready to re open they are not putting out the welcome back to Massachusetts that story coming up we'll explain.
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Up it's one thirty on your Tuesday good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby here's what's happening top news governor Baker making a major announcement when it comes to schools amid this corona virus pandemic with respect to schools today our administration's announcing that all public and private schools will remain closed through the end of the school year governor Baker eight knowledges how hard this will be on graduating seniors and is the father of three grown children it's things for me too because I remember how precious this time is so all the seniors we would just say you should keep your heads up the end of the year may not proceed as planned but there will be because there always are brighter days ahead the governor says the health and safety of the children and adults that work with them was their priority in making this difficult decision and if there were a safe way to open the schools again this year they would have done it non emergency child care centers will also remain closed until June twenty ninth governor Baker also said that he empathizes with those calling for a return to a new normal but insists the measures being taken are working and we can't let up now I'll be damned if the way this works is we go through this thing we flatten the curve we do all the stuff we're supposed to do and then we create some went up again in the fall because we don't handle the re entry the re opening in a way that actually works and makes sense to keep people safe in Washington lawmakers burning the Midnight Oil and now a deal appears to be in place for more corona virus relief the AP's saga Madani on that story the Senate's top Democrat says there's a deal on big parts of another massive coronavirus aid package the morning after president trump said he was optimistic about progress on a nearly five hundred billion dollar package we hope to have an agreement very soon and hopefully tomorrow the Senate is going to be able to vote Chuck Schumer says he thinks it will pass today after leaders from both parties reached a deal after midnight talks with administration officials though Schumer tell CNN they still have to dot the I's and cross the tease before an afternoon session if the Senate can pass at the house plans to call lawmakers here to Washington for a vote later this week more than three hundred billion dollars would go to a small business payroll loan program that ran out of money last week with billions more for hospitals and for boosting virus testing soccer make ani Washington the chief of police in studio is relieved of all duties after meeting with state police over the weekend it comes after a video posted on YouTube by a self described activist appears to show stow police chief Robert Marino trying to meet up with an under age boy for sex in a statement the stow police department said they are deeply disturbed shocked and disgusted after hearing of the alleged actions state police currently investigating those allegations one thirty three traffic and weather together Kevin is here with the very latest Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes good afternoon a good afternoon they Laurie let's take it up to the north you're probably our toughest ride is only up around one twenty eight north bound you got delays from Lowell street and people getting up to the right lane closure here in Endicott street in Danvers south bound that right lane also taken in Endicott street Endicott slowdowns here coming through that stretch approaching Endicott streets over on route ninety three at Medford left lanes taken here for Roosevelt's circle in that Medford stretch they're doing overhead lighting work there over in lanolin way south bound traffic detoured off at Market Street for road work but that's a quick back on here add to Broad Street all up in Manchester New Hampshire ninety three south bound you're hung up for about a mile into the right lane paving crews after that southern split of two ninety three of Manchester over on the expressway south bound watch out for police activity on the ramp to granite Avenue this report is sponsored by compassion international it's easier to change the world then you think sponsor a child in extreme poverty with.
Beacon Hill - Long-term care facilities to provide daily reports on coronavirus cases
"On Beacon Hill legislation has been filed mandating that all of the state's long term care facilities make daily reports to the department of public health about positive covert nineteen cases as well as deaths WBZ's Laurie Kirby spoke with state representative Ruth Balser of Newton the legislation is simple it simply requires that all elder housing meaning skilled nursing facilities at all elder housing assisted living need to report daily to either their local board of health for the state department of public health the number of known covert nineteen positive cases and any mortalities in the facility isn't that happening now well I think it is happening to a large extent but it may not be consistent it's not the requirement is a national guidance that advises well in the case of nursing homes and not actually as broad a definition of senior housing is my bill but it's really an advisory of voluntary I have no reason to think most aren't doing that but we certainly saw the tragedy unfold in Holyoke when the numbers are not being reported and we just want to make sure to avoid you know that kind of tragedy and make sure that the reporting is done consistently on the state's website they've been providing numbers the mass DPH on long term care facilities in the Commonwealth to date there are twelve hundred and thirty six cases one hundred and forty facilities with at least one case of cove in nineteen what I think you're getting to here is there's no spaces this is the city of fatalities is that the idea it does not at that there's not a specific and we can't tell for sure whether we're getting all the reports I mean isn't this is another problem which is not everyone is being tested and that is insufficient amount of tests available but yes we want to make sure that DPH department of public health is informed we want to make sure the legislature is informed this bill requires that the department of public health then report weekly to the legislature numbers as well it has been staggering Chelmsford multiple residents testing positive Wilmington today I did a story where a seventy seven out of ninety one of their residents have tested positive seven have died of it what else is being done to protect our seniors living in these facilities in Massachusetts well it's terribly concerning I mean as you know and if your audience knows this is a virus that particularly targeting elders especially elders with underlying health conditions and so the residents of these facilities are really vulnerable the facilities have been crying out for help there is insufficient a personal protective equipment and sucked in many of the facilities there is insufficient testing you know hopefully the bill in making sure that all the numbers are transparent my hope is of course that will lead to the necessary resources spelling to these facilities is you have a loved one in a as a nursing home or assisted living facility in Massachusetts right now would you pull them out okay I don't know not sure many different from anyone in your audience on that each person would have to make a personal decision whether I mean some of these folks you know they're in nursing homes because they need that level of skilled care that you know maybe a family member wouldn't be able to provide but I notice in the case of some of the more independent senior housing and assisted living certainly some family members were in the position to do that or just making that choice but that's a very personal choice and those that have been exposed which we've seen a hundred and forty facilities with at least one case of cove it now they would have to self quarantine anyway yes for sure it means the other problem that's going on in the nursing homes that they are crying out for help within the assisted living facilities is the insufficient number of staff they've had you know staffing problems before this and now with individuals testing positive and so then they are out on sick leave or people who are concerned with the lack of personal protective equipment are leaving and so there is a problem actually some of the assisted livings have called on the state and I believe the secretary is helping with this to get some support from the National Guard to help staff people in a safe
"laurie kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And good morning thirty six degrees after some snow and rain overnight some of you shoveling out a little bit this morning but now the sun is shining in Boston good morning it's nine o'clock on Laurie Kirby here's what's happening two of the greatest weeks in sports will have to wait a little longer the twenty twenties Summer Games scrap this morning for now it's all because of corona virus we have our Madison Rogers working the story what is the latest medicine good morning Laurie after talks with the Olympic committee had the prime minister of Japan Shinzo Ave announced this morning that the IOC have agreed to postpone the twins Tokyo Olympic Games for about a year so it's looking like the games will be held in summer twenty twenty one but we don't know for sure exactly when the IOC has agreed to hold them by summer twenty twenty one so they won't be pushed back further than that this to protect the safety of the athletes and spectators Canada and Australia said yesterday they back out if the game started in June as planned back to you our Madison Rogers thank you updating the situation here in Massachusetts this morning more than one hundred new cases of corona virus reported statewide this is the biggest one day jump today the death toll stands at nine I stayed home advisory begins at noon today across Massachusetts all non essential businesses show close their physical work places and facilities governor Baker to address the state at noon time as well we will carry that live here on WBZ newsradio also the I heart radio app again just reiterating all non essential businesses are ordered to close at noon today in ploys told to go home for two weeks as for the essential the commuter trains are set to head into north station a little bit earlier every day and we go now to James Roha said north station this morning with more the MBTA is trying to lead a central workers travel with enough time to.
'It's hypocritical': Penn players and coaches react to cancellation of Ivy Madness
"Even even the the sports sports world world is is not not immune immune from from this this a a kid kid this this these these cases cases of of corona corona viruses viruses we've we've been been telling you all things a covert nineteen players and coaches getting some tough news yesterday that the Ivy League is now canceling the tournament that was scheduled to begin at Harvard for both the men and women let's turn to W. B. C.'s Laurie Kirby this morning now for the latest good morning good morning Jeff March madness more like March sadness this morning really Penn's men's basketball coach Steve Donahue whose team was scheduled to play Yale Saturday in the semifinals is crying foul in a statement gone wildly viral coach Donahue says to pull this remark kids is the most horrific thing he's dealt with as a coach ever he also says it's inconsistent because lacrosse team the wrestlers are still playing and competing how Yale will be headed to the NC double a tourney because they were regular season champs the Ivy League issued its own statement defending its decision saying they're doing this in accordance with the guidance of public health and medical professionals and of course the number of colleges and universities and mass and across the nation are moving the learning experience off campus Jeff and online to stop the spread of coronavirus also want to remind everyone Laurie that high school sports entering the hockey and basketball championship seasons those games in Massachusetts continue as scheduled at the
Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Texas, taking Super Tuesday's second biggest prize
"On super Tuesday is now in the books but in just a few short hours the democratic race for the White House is in a very different place for Joe Biden a super Tuesday in the it's like the diversity of this party in this nation and that's how it should be because we need to bring everybody along everybody Biden ending a triumphant super Tuesday with a narrow victory in Texas Bernie Sanders is still leading in the night's biggest prize of California however the votes are still being counted there this morning the win capped a resounding and resurgent super Tuesday across the south for the former vice president Biden even winds right here in Massachusetts more from CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman the Biden campaign felt burdened by having these other moderate candidates people digit Jamie copus are continuing their campaigns but now that they are adult Biden essentially has the moderate wing of the party totally on his side and I think with the super Tuesday results the Biden campaign has to feel as good as it's been since he announced his candidacy with the Biden momentum showing no signs of slowing down WBZ sherry small spent the evening with supporters of Bernie Sanders who are disappointed but not dismayed more than a hundred Bernie Sanders campaign volunteers and supporters showed up campaign watch party at democracy brewing in Boston abit of Somerville one of them I've been knocking on doors in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for the last five months he's especially disappointed Sanders lost Massachusetts to Joe Biden a little disappointed that things could have gone better for birdie in Boston sherry small WBZ Boston news radio certainly the polls in the run up to election day here in Massachusetts did not show this coming WBZ's Laurie Kirby is here now state polls show Laurie that it was Sanders and Warren's race to lose here so what happened that's right the polls did not predict a Joe Biden win in Massachusetts nor did they expect the senior senator Elizabeth Warren to limp into third place Jeff so what went wrong that is your question pollster David Healy a locus with Suffolk university says this I mean there were a few were problems that happened that she was leading and most of the national polls and selected state polls and it would it really be inflection point statistically if you will happened when she was pressed to explain whether or not how how she would pay for her Medicare for all plan he said she didn't do it well and that failure raised questions about her authenticity number two the gender gap independent male voters in Massachusetts never embraced senator Warren number three she's never had a problem presidential primary run
Boston Fire Commissioner Joe Finn Retiring
"Now there will soon be a major job opening in the Boston fire department WBZ's Laurie Kirby with details tell Finn fire commissioner for five and a half years in Boston but a firefighter for thirty five years is retiring on March twelfth he says it's been an honor leading and working with a dedicated uniformed and civilian staff of The Boston fire department with tremendous support from mayor Walsh commissioner Finn says it's time to be with his family more but he will continue on a part time basis in the fire service as he weighs several
Boston: Coronavirus Fears Force 19 Newton Students To Stay Home After Italy Trip
"A group of high school students in Newton have been told to stay home after a recent trip to Italy and in Rhode Island dozens of students there who were also in Italy are being monitored as well W. B. C.'s Laurie Kirby with this story this morning good morning good morning Jeff the Rhode Island department of health says a teen tested positive for the corona virus along with an adult who is resting at home this morning with mild symptoms also a man in his forties all three went on a trip to Italy organized by St Raphael academy which will be closed for the rest
4 Members Of South Shore Family Killed In Florida Crash
"Apart by tragedy on a highway in Florida is now opening up about their loss and their gratitude for members of a south shore family killed while on vacation in a crash right outside Disney world's WBZ's Laurie Kirby is here with more on that story Jeff in a time of unthinkable loss the family is expressing this morning appreciation for the outpouring of support from the Weymouth and Whitman community they sat down next of late with WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes at their home Shane Smith lost his wife Julie his five year old daughter Scarlett twin his son Jackson a sixth grader who loves soccer Jackson's organs saved at least four lives was heartened as you know is the liver were able to go to children that were younger than him and then his kidneys and as long as you're obviously given two separate but they're older you know considered young adults so you know at it certainly makes you feel good from the standpoint of that he was able to to help somebody you know that makes you feel better oh wait for Jackson his grandmother Josephine Faye his mother Julie Smith his five year old sister Scarlett will be held tomorrow a funeral mass will be held Saturday it's tough to hear all right
Boston: Coronavirus Vaccine Ships From MA To National Institute
"Well the race is on to find a vaccine for the corona virus and this morning a Cambridge based biotech crosses a significant hurdle moderno just shipped the first batch of its experimental coronavirus vaccine from its Norwood lab to the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases in Maryland the race against time was critical says moderno chief medical officer tells acts on WBZ newsradio one month ago you know your design that you take several candidates you click the memos here because of the pandemic threat we're actually making some educated guesses together with the N. H. but we're moving very quickly forward into clinical testing no journal only got the sequence for the corona virus three months ago going to a phase one trial is a world indoor record says Anthony Fauci with the national institutes of health Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston news
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"Good morning at nine o'clock on Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening WBZ accu weather meteorologist dean divorces as sunny but windy day is in store it is going to dry out it'll be a gusty breeze it won't be all that cold today will drop a little bit in the thirties and get back in the low forties along the coast in city areas but here comes the colder stuff temperatures stay in the thirties tomorrow Friday nights for the weekend and by Sunday we could be in the fifties more the forecast coming up but this story first they are quick to control the fire burning inside of the MBTA tunnel right near downtown crossing it was extinguished quickly though as fans were brought in to get the smoke out of the tunnel service is on schedule this hour there were no injuries a crash in Florida hits close to home tragedy two women in a five year old girl or dead five other family members injured following a massive crash near Disney world last night lieutenant can Montez with Florida highway patrol bystanders got out help the family members added at the end they were able to get out a ten year old girl a five year old girl that got out basically uninjured all the father and grandfather the maternal grandfather were also help out of the vehicle unfortunately the mother grandmother and one of the five year old twins did not survive they died on scene and an eleven year old boy and the brother I was airlifted to Arnold Palmer and along my support and responsive ical commission killed Julie Smith her five year old daughter Scarlett of with men her seventy six year old grandmother Josephine Faye of Weymouth little eleven year old Jackson Smith is in critical condition this hour in Florida word this morning the two teenagers were arrested overnight in the south shore charged with breaking and entering into an abandoned nursing home comes after two previous incidents of back property damage last week racking up roughly ten grand worth of damages the teen set to appear in Quincy District Court later today a new report by the U. N. is calling for an end to the barrage of ads for harmful products things the kids thank you once question is simple do companies have a right to target young children the U. N.'s Anthony Costello you know that children are being bombarded with advertising everywhere they look with saying I'd be city rise with seeing to handling problems rice with young people quite steeply ads promoting everything from fast food to tobacco and alcohol to kids games created specifically so advertisers can then sell data on children to global tech giants the U. N. says it has to stop Vicki Barker CBS news coming up making a frat but she you know with a voice that can settle you down it's the base Burry stuff you're gonna meet him coming up next with Carl.
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"Thirty two degrees in Boston at three o'clock Laurie Kirby here's what's happening the Senate impeachment trial the question from senator rose in his address to the house managers over the course of your arguments you have tried to make a case that the president put his personal interests over those of the nation risking our national security in the process what president do you believe the president's actions set for future presidents and the answers we get more now from ABC news in this special report manager Adam Schiff saying like president Nixon president trump tried to illegally get political dirt on arrival and got caught Watergate is now forty to fifty years behind us have we learned nothing in the last half century the trouble eagle team arguing that if the president fob Ukraine investigation would help his reelection and that was in the public interest it is not impeachable trumpet Beecher lawyer Pam Bondi saying president trump that reason the water a hunter Biden investigation hunter Biden is paid eighty three thousand dollars a month a month to sit on that board with no experience in energy no experience in the U. crank Democrats arguing the president could have had his own Attorney General investigative there was corruption evidence of Mr trump has personal attorney do that outside government channels another day of questions and then the decision on witnesses perhaps Friday Andy field ABC news and stay with WBZ newsradio also the I heart radio app for continuing coverage we have breaking news right now the World Health Organization meeting in emergency session today has just declare the outbreak of that new virus from China the corona virus a global emergency this after the number of infected people spiked more than ten fold in a week the U. N. health agency made the determination moments ago as more cases of human to human transmission are being reported globally of course we had a case the first human to human case in Chicago a husband and wife would just returned from Wuhan China which is the ground zero epicenter of this virus China has reported more than seven thousand eight hundred cases of the corona by the virus including one hundred seventy fatalities eighteen other nations have also reported cases of the virus and of course signed just a race thing to understand how this virus works how it spreads how severe it is how we stop it how we create a vaccine to stop it we'll have more coming up it's three oh two at the federal courthouse in Boston this our Harvard professor Charles Lieber is once again before a judge Lieber was arrested in his office at Harvard Tuesday his charge was sharing his research with China and making millions off of it and then hiding it and the F. B. I.'s released a a most wanted poster for yanking UT a Boston University physics and chemistry student accused of also working on behalf of the Chinese government while she was studying here it turns out that he is a lieutenant of the Chinese military it's three oh three and back to the traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is Mike what's going on new troubles to the north Laurie route three north bound if you the route three southbound is jammed up through bill Recca with a crash down after trouble cove road it's blocking the two right lanes and northbound is solid from route sixty two up towards that seem so tough serveru one out route three rather one twenty eight north bound to slow going to Lexington again really slow when street up to ninety three route one is slow going up at route sixty in revere and delays on ninety three north ridge from assembly square up to results circle and Concord St a pastor one twenty five the expressway south bound just a grind coming out of the tunnel it's a speed down past the gas tank you're back in it by granted have northbound some stopping granted have a past deposit circle but it's really better after that route three south little back up coming off the expressway down down the lower decks wide open but that's about it the Tobin bridge outbound is jammed back on to the loop ramp store Dr he's back there the Longfellow bridge the lever connectors filling in quickly the Ted Williams tunnel westbound at a crawl and in the mass turnpike westbound slow going out at Newton corner and out after the state police barracks miking with WBZ's traffic on the three sorry Mike will come back to you in ten minutes and check the.
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"Thirty nine degrees involved in partly sunny skies of four o'clock I'm Laurie Kirby here's what's happening right now the top house impeachment managers as there is overwhelming and damning evidence of president trump's misconduct other than voting on whether to send our men and women to war this is there is I think no greater responsibility before you then the one before you now Democrat Adam Schiff let's get more from ABC news the Senate trial in a brief recess after lead house manager Adam Schiff zeros in on the first article of impeachment against president trump abuse of power president trump with held hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to a strategic partner at war with Russia to secure foreign help with his reelection in other words to cheat translators say the president has not committed any impeachable offense and there's no evidence to back up the houses claims senator Lindsey Graham blasting the house managers for using their partisanship to strip trump of his executive privilege I wouldn't give them the time of day they're on a crusade to destroy this man both sides have twenty four hours over three days to present their case today's session starting at one o'clock an estimated to run eight to nine hours according to White House aides trucks lawyers are expected to take the floor on Saturday with continuing coverage on the impeachment trial of president trump UT on ABC news join us tonight for a special one hour broadcast on the Senate impeachment trial beginning at seven PM on WBZ news radio streaming on the I heart radio out to former drug company executives are punished in Boston federal court for their part in a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe Sentinel the former CEO of insists therapeutics Michael Babbage's sentenced to thirty months in prison and three years probation for his role in the bribery and kickbacks scheme to get doctors to prescribe the pharmaceutical companies Sentinel spray Babbage pleaded guilty a year ago to federal conspiracy and mail fraud charges Babbage told the judge that he takes full responsibility for his actions but pleaded for a lenient sentence saying that he was a young thirty five year old CEO at the time in in over his head the judge however said that Babbage was a co architect of the scheme and had he not cooperated the sentence would have been even stiffer from Boston federal court sherry small WBZ Boston's newsradio and hours ago former insists regional sales director sunrise levy was sentenced to a year and a day for her role in the scheme according to prosecutors Leo former stripper gave one doctor a lap dance ride him governor Charlie Baker wants to pour a hundred thirty five million more into the troubled MBTA WBZ's Karen regal tells us how he proposes to pay for it all getting into an uber or lift could cost you more it is proposed fiscal year twenty twenty one budget Baker wants to increase the fee on ride sharing apps like uber and lift it is not a service that doesn't come with the kit comes with no disruption there's a lot of disruption associated with as few talk to people who worry about roads and surface streets and commuters and traffic.
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"Good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby here are the five things you need to know it for fifteen the red Sox accused of sign stealing a one time Sox clubhouse attendant charged with child rape years ago the state's highest court hears the case dealing with racial bias in policing sex assault settlement with a celebrity chef a strategy meeting in role today to save the spinners city's minor league baseball team just one of forty two that Major League Baseball threatens to walk away from WBZ's Madison Rogers was at the event in Lowell and has this report the event was organized by congresswoman Laurie Trahan who says there's growing bipartisan support on Capitol Hill for the cause house coalition recently sent a letter to the MLB commissioner urging him to reconsider we started a task force to sort of formalize what we put in the letter and think about thoughtful next steps in terms of all the levers at our disposal down in Washington tree and says local activism is needed as well Lowell's newly elected mayor John lay he attended the meeting we do not want to lose the spin is this is very important to the community we're going to fight like hell to keep America thirty major league team owners signed off on the plan to cut ties with dozens of minor league teams including the owner of the red Sox and little medicine Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio and the local city council considering finding anyone who smokes near where kids play the city of all could soon be joining others like Boston Cambridge chance Somerville when it comes to keeping city playgrounds tobacco free the ordinance would prohibit the smoking of tobacco products within fifty feet of a playground under the current proposal a first time offender could be fined two hundred Bucks then a three hundred for a second offense however among things being discussed at tonight's city council meeting is an amendment that would reduce the penalty is so you'd get a warning for a first time offense then possibly a fifty dollar fine for the second in Lowell James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio an overloaded power strip determined to be the cause of yesterday's deadly fire in Fitchburg that fire claimed the lives of two brothers sixty one year old Gregory Wilson and his younger brother Frank fire broke out in a first floor bedroom of their two family home on highland and out of among the appliances plugged into that power strip a lot of space heaters lamp TV and computer and more roughly one hundred thirty fires still raging across Australia scorching millions of acres and killing at least twenty five president trump spoke to the prime minister president trump this morning writing on Twitter quote we love Australia he was responding to a message from Australian prime minister Scott Morrison who thank Mr trump for his messages of quote sympathy support and friendship as his country battles raging bush fires president trump in the prime minister spoke by phone on Monday the White House said the president expressed his deep concern by those affected by the fires and offered American assistance Karen Travers ABC news the White House did arson play a role two dozen Aussies have been arrested since November for setting fires amid the blazing hot dry conditions a Connecticut man is under arrest charged with his estranged wife's murder state police arrested for his two loves this morning at his home in Farmington Jennifer do Los disappeared in may amid a contentious child custody battle under covers state trooper in Rhode Island helps catch a would be child predator it's already say the suspect from New Jersey flew to Rhode Island to have sex with someone he thought was a fourteen year old girl found himself staring at a badge and gun jury selection under way at Harvey one seeing the sex assault trial in New York CBS's map Piper's covering for a prosecutor this is Christmas morning one of one scenes attorneys said those words in court at the start of the day his argument potential jurors are walking in today to fill out jury questionnaires one day after wind scene was hit with new charges out of Los Angeles including rape he claims since those new charges have been all over the news his client won't get a fair and impartial trial jury selection could take weeks a sour grapes for wine lovers the trump administration now online hiking one hundred percent tariffs already on most European wines cheese and other goods course they slap twenty five percent terrace on these emu products last October California wine makers are worried they're going to get squeezed with retaliatory finds its four twenty traffic is next just got a call.
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"Forty six degrees in Boston at six o'clock on your Friday night good evening Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening as we head into the weekend with fire coals of fire crews from Boston in Weymouth it's been an hour long battle let's get the very latest right now from WBZ's Karen regal on scene in progress I would say it Laurie although I'm not a firefighter just from observation and experience no longer white when the smoke in the air no longer fire breaking through the roof all the water is still being poured on this toward frame house hot spot always a possibility and always the possibility of this fire breaking out again later as any firefighter will likely tell you the street around this house on went broke still shut down the red cross is on scene now assisting residents what we don't have yet is an official because we have plenty of rumors as to why such a significant mutual aid response was are required as you mentioned Boston wave at Braintree winter of other municipalities all rolled in for this one so plenty of activity remaining here were hoping to get an update really so from our Quincy fire but of course first every job to do Laurie Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio are Karen thank you good information there we've got photos of the fire in the fire response on WBZ news radio ten thirty our website also our Twitter feed as well for you tweets out there are eight six SO two and this story of former BC student pleads not guilty in a suicide texting case involving her boyfriend the prosecution and defense painting very different pictures of her character and culpability we're talking about in young you you was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of her late boyfriend Alexander tell a lot no use family actually hired a PR firm to release text messages that have not been placed in evidence they claim that you was the one struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts DA Rachel Rollins says this is just rewriting history we would argue change the narrative as to the very egregious and reckless behavior that their client engaged in and that's what they're paid to do and defense attorney Steve Kim says DA Rollins is broadening homicide laws and grandstanding to make the news after the indictment came down she waited several days for slow news cycle and then held a press conference and decided to paint a fragile twenty one year old as a monster to the entire world today in court the prosecution read a stream of profanity laced tax attributed to you calling to love worth less and allegedly urging him to do the world a favor and take his own life in the end he did or to let jumping off a roof only hours before he was to graduate from Boston College six oh three on WBZ traffic and weather together rock how polite he is with us tonight along with a lot of unwanted company on the roads rob here right now with this super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is Robert it's going to be a a tough ride all evening trying to get in and out of the city with the lower deck of ninety three still jam back it towards mystic Abin sur revela chibi over they say came in it's just solid right through the entire southbound o'neill tunnel under the expressway the lever connector both ways is jammed to open out bounties heavy out past the work still getting at the Chelsea in bounties jam before the city square total trying to get out of the loop ramp stroll drive on the eastbound side is heavy after the be you bridge and it's tough in towards can more and then again for mass have delivery circle and still single lays in the airport totals it's tough in the summer leaving Logan at the Ted Williams tunnel looks field in the in both directions now expressway south bound his heavy most of the way leaving the city down to bring three northbound is slow Braintree in a punch it again at mass have route three pockets down past union St.
Trump says NRA could soften opposition to gun reforms after mass shootings
"Well he's been speaking to a lot of different people is visiting a Democrat is re speaking to Republicans is been speaking several times this week to the head of the NRA Wayne lapierre and he says that there's a general understanding that there needs to be common sense gun reforms he speaks of meaningful intelligent background checks course questions what do you mean Mr present by and when you say meaningful well he didn't say he also didn't directly and explain how he's going to get the NRA on board he says he expects the NRA will eventually come around if they aren't already around but he acknowledge the fact that the NRA has expressed some reticence in the way lapierre with whom the president has spoken repeatedly this week put out a statement yesterday which he called many of the gun measures being floated sound bite solutions and let's begin to this question of expanded background checks for years at the NRA's urging Republicans in the Senate have opposed the bipartisan to me mansion bill which would be an effort to expand background checks to cover most private gun sales the president however insists that he's going to get a bill passed and why because he said there's never been a president like president trump speaking in third person as he's apt to do but I am curious because my understanding is that the conversation with Mr lapierre in the president didn't go so well because Wayne said to the president that the base does not want background checks the president's base and he will not get the White House again if he alienates his base that's been his political strategy for re winning the White House that's right again the question of the details on this year background checks are already the law the question is how whites we know how how why should that blanket be spread right in particular the mansion to me bill would expand background checks to gun show sales between for example neighbors right private gun sales I if one neighbor has a right all that they want to sell to their neighbor under the to me mention bill would have to bring it to a licensed firearms dealer and have it sit there for three business days while the background check on the buyer is completed is that now there seems to be widespread bipartisan support for something like that but the eight Democrats would take even further and this is where things get even more complicated right you've got to the mansion which is a bipartisan bill that was proposed in the wake of the Newtown shooting six years ago and then you've got the fact that the house Democrats this year have passed bills that are even more stringent than to me mansion I mention the three day background check period house Democrats would expand that to ten business days and they would cover private gun sales between not just neighbors but also family members the to me mention bill has a car about for family members to the question is I if if mansion to meet the NRA comes around I mention to me where are the Democrats in the house are they going to come around on mention to me they've already moved beyond so this is not nearly as simple as the president makes it seem and the Senate leader Republican Mitch McConnell said yesterday he's not going to bring the Senate back earlier than expected because he said it would essentially be a waste of time what he wants to see first is an agreement and then I'll have about pride the gun sales what about places like Walmart selling guns that's been in the news today senator Warren Bernie Sanders saying stop selling guns where would that bill cover that type of gun sale well those those types of sales are already covered under background checks and that's why you have the NRA thing at the sound bites solution because you look at the particular circumstances of these most recent mass shootings every single one of those shooters underwent a background check and bought their firearms lawfully the question then becomes how might the lawn need to change the proposals that are so far being seen as most reasonable and likely to pass would expand background checks to those areas where they're not currently covered but as I mentioned in each of the circumstances we've been talking about just about every surface as we've been talking about these are gun sales that are conducted lawfully we have background checks the president suggested something else today which ultimately can be rather controversial and probably not very likely to pass at least it'll provoke some opposition and that is what he said he looked at the Dayton suitor situation where you headed former juvenile offender who apparently ran into trouble when he was a minor now we say apparently because we don't know the facts why because his record was expunged the president said state do you should no longer expunge the records when you turn eighteen well that's a pretty fundamental question of law presence as it should be done away with that's not gonna happen very easily all right Stephen we need an hour but I'm gonna let you go have a nice weekend thank you CBS is Stephen Portnoy's speaking with WBZ's Laurie Kirby now Portnoy during his comments bench and Walmart now the retailer is removing displays a video showing violence from stores nationwide in response to a mass shooting at one of its stores and Paso Texas now Walmart will continue selling guns though employees are being asked to shut off hunting season videos in the sporting goods department where guns are being sold now social media users are panning
Marvel's Phase 4 Announcements at Comic-Con
"So Marvel studios has a lot of new movies in the future and it looks like the focus is not on the ensemble cast but the spin offs of the hero characters yeah so do what they announces phase for up until now we've seen phase one two and three days three and did well technically it ended with a loss spider man movie but really it ended with Avengers and game that was the end of stage three there ten years of films bringing us these characters bill inter connecting them all getting the Avengers together and then doing all that so now we're in a post Avengers world now they're going to focus on for the next two years at least we're gonna have he characters we know and we know from the Avengers movies in that have their own franchises before so this give me that Thor movie there's going to be another doctor strange movie but there's also going to be finally a Black Widow movie that Scarlett Johannson that's her character who's been a lot of people have wondered well what about the women you know we we do yes we had a captain Marvel movie earlier this year but it took ten years to get even that and Black Widow Scarlett Johannson has been a part of the Avengers for for years now so she's probably getting her own movie that'll be next may but they're also a year I mean you're right there there's going to be more even more spin offs and and kind of branching off happening and that's gonna happen more interestingly in the streaming world on Disney plus which isn't even out yet today announced a whole bunch of new projects for Disney plus big name stuff the Jeremy Renner with Hawkeye and a bunch of other characters that we've known from the Avengers there's gonna have TV shows and that's going to really ramp up to streaming wars WBZ's Laurie Kirby speaking with A. B. C.'s Jason
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"Good evening. I'm Laurie Kirby and here are the five things you need to know at six sixteen officials said the Pentagon moments ago, will present plans to the White House for sending ten thousand more American troops to the Middle East amid Iranian threats south Boston congressman Stephen Lynch, says elections belong to the people and have to be safeguarded. He's testifying in the nation's capital on election. Security, you changes could be coming in Bassett usage, wiretapping laws and it involves the secret recordings of police been Parker with more on that in the bottom of the hour, a blow for the president today. Federal judge in New York says he will not block congressional subpoenas seeking the president banking records. All right. What's in your sandwich? A popular restaurant on route one opting to close at stores after a bacteria scare Chris Fhimah on this story, Kelly's roast beef is being very clear about the situation posting a flyer on its Facebook page, that spells, it all out it employees at this location is sick and they will not reopen until everybody who works here. All one hundred employees are tested which makes this loyal customer confident I like the place. The place. I'm not gonna lie. They all the time. Yeah. I think it'll be offset say, you know what I mean. According to that Facebook post the Saugus board of health is already given Kelly's the green light to reopen, but when it will is still unclear in Saugus. Chris femme WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio a restaurant worker infected with hepatitis A is causing a health alert. They're the main center for disease control says.
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"Laurie Kirby. Thousands of workers walked off the job today. Perfecting stop and shop stores in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island there is a strike on many of these supermarkets are closed if you're going shopping while the company's scrambles with this contingency plans WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe is outside the stop and shop in danvers which was closed and then sense reopened and inside the self scanning checkouts or buzzing outside. It's this noise pumps of support from passing cars outside stop and shop here. And Dan verse. Where two dozen workers are quietly picketing, I asked this employee what the main sticking point is negotiations health insurance making a four times more expensive a lot of people can't afford it as it would really hurt. A lot of people longtime worker rusty Tarbuck says being on strike will be a big financial hit for his family. Big time. Big time. I can't really afford to be out here for days to do what you got to stop. And shop says it's disappointed the unions chose to order a work stoppage and tried to disrupt service at their stores. They say there. Fulltime workers are among the highest paid in the industry. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio another active vandalism at a religious statue. In dorchester. This story today from coral Stevens statue of Mary sits high above Dorchester avenue on a rock. It's hard to tell what that red substances. But it's not hard to tell that it shouldn't be here. This man lives read around the corner. He says it's a sign of the times people are angry. They want to make a point of why not just bring to the street. Why why do they have to go? You know face, you know, stature marriage.
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"Ringcentral news line WBZ's. Laurie Kirby with the women's watch. D'you roses mom died of obesity related illness. When she was in her sixties when rose had her daughter. She was determined to teach your child how to have a healthy relationship with food. Her background is associated played a role. I knew that I would be thinking about habits and the nutrition would come along for the ride if my daughter got the habits right rose says there are just three habits to teach your kids variety, proportion and moderation. They can be instilled very early on rose is not a fan of the ghost slow weaning technique of introducing foods to children over the same four days because that produces monotony not variety and other countries do it differently where they just change up the foods from day to day when it comes to proportion rose says tell your kids we eat these foods more than those foods set up a plan to empower them to be in charge of their own sweets and treats, so they don't become forbidden foods, we can have an accessible treat drawer that they know. They're allowed to go into. Once a day if they're too young to remember if they've been going to the drawer, we can use something like a visual marker on the refrigerator that we put on or take off in order to teach kids moderation rose has asked them how their tummy feels is it hungry or is it full by doing? This words will match their feelings. We also should teach children not to use foods for emotional reasons. So for instance, when you go to the doctor and your child gets a shot and the doctor's office pulled out a lollipop to comfort your child. You can do it. I did which is grabbed a lollipop don't show to your child comfort your child with hugs and kisses until your child is calm, then give them the lollipop roses. There's nothing wrong with a treat. The problem is in associating it as an emotional comfort rose is the author of it's not about the broccoli and developer of the SuperFood explorer kit. Learn more at it's not about nutrition dot com on the women's watch. I'm Laurie Kirby WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty one of the biggest surprise reported by small business owners. No question. It's all the regulations and administrative responsibilities..
Workers Come Together For Labor Day March And Rally In Boston
"News in today for Laurie Kirby and our, top story many workers in Boston didn't spend Labor Day barbecuing in the backyard instead they protested for workers rights in Copley. Square WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe joins us now with the very. Latest Kim Well are hundreds of local twenty six hotel. Workers are holding us allowed and raucous rally outside the Westin Copley they're, holding signs reading one job should. Be enough these workers include room attendants cooks maids bartenders belvin and dishwashers now the union has been negotiating with. Mary out for contracts covering more than, eighteen hundred workers since March worker say Marriott is. The biggest hotel employer in the downtown and the most profitable hotel, company in the world yet they're offering their workers crumbs workers are. Asking for a livable wage and enough hours to
U.S. tells court migrant families may not be reunited by deadline
"We made it to friday stormy weather out there essex county right now strong thunderstorms with torrential rain moving through that area traffic and weather together coming up good afternoon i'm laurie kirby this is wbz news thanks for being with us on your friday topping our news the federal government asked a judge to extend the deadline for reuniting migrant families split up at the border here's cbs's steve dorsey trump administration officials say they need more time to reunite families before two deadlines this month it's using dna samples collected from children to match them with their families but the administration says it needs more time to collect and analyze the dna thousands of children are believed to have been separated as it stands the administration has until next tuesday to reunite all parents with children under the age of five thirties have until july twenty sixth to get everyone else back together senate democrats say they know they can't block the senate from confirming president trump's pick for the supreme court but they are determined to make it very difficult for a pair of key republican lawmakers toback the nominee their hope is to pressure maine's susan collins seen as a moderate or alaska's lisa murkowski vote no they're centrists who backed abortion rights and help block the gop dr last year to repeal obamacare president trump is expected on monday to name his pick to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy some think it may be the start of a trade war today the us hit china with thirty four billion dollars worth of tariffs china has already retaliated accusing the us of starting the largest trade war in economic history cbs's paula reed says the tariffs have had mixed results so far what we've seen with other tariffs of the president has imposed steel on we've seen one that has actually had a modest impact a positive impact on some steel companies here in the us some of the down market downstream manufacturers who use steel they have not actually fared very well because of this tariff and we have seen some layoffs the chinese tariffs on a list of goods including soybeans and pork have farmers concerned the price of soybeans by the way plummeting seventeen percent in the past month on tariff fears on wall street today we're seeing across the board gains we're going to check in with bloomberg's tracy jonky in less than five minutes let's go to the south shore we've had some sunder activity out there again i just mentioned we do have a system moving through essex county right now a special award alert from the national weather service but earlier on the south shore lightning hit a house in weymouth sparking a fire that caused roughly one hundred thousand dollars worth of damage little bit of luck though the homeowner happened to be a retired boston fire deputy chief he was able to put out that fire very quickly and a fire in a vacant building and hanson is now considered suspicious this broke out last night went to three alarms 'cause not determined law enforcement officer deaths are up seven percent in the united states compared to this time last year stephen greenwich with a law enforcement officers memorial fund conducted the study the most troubling aspect of of our data and what we found was about a twenty four percent increase in the number of law enforcement officers who died in firearms related incidents has of july third seventythree federal state and local officers have died in the line of duty the number last year was sixty eight is it a good idea gone bad with bikes a two wheel turf war has erupted on the streets of boston i'll have that story coming up four wheels now well a couple of motorcycles as well i'm sure that that makes too and we do have some problems to contend with today we've had some weather as well mike king is on it on all wheels with the four day wbz accuweather forecast to follow the first the.
Police probe whether campsite death is linked to a string of unsolved shootings
"In the low seventies we now return to the cbs evening news with jeff gloria in for laurie kirby i'm nicole davis thanks for listening and have a great weekend in the scenic hills of southern california's malibu costa popular campsite remains a crime scene a week after a father was fatally shot police are now investigating whether it's linked to a long series of unsolved shootings carter evans is there with access to the crime scene blocked investigators still aren't talking even after eight shootings in and around malibu creek state park over the last two years today detectives are back looking for evidence at the campsite where tristen bogut was shot and killed while he was sleeping in a tent with his two daughters ages two and four these are shotgun pellets yeah it's bird shots james rogers told us he was hit while sleeping campsite i tried to get up just fell right through the hammock down to the ground so you had no idea what happened no idea melissa tangible had a similar experience while campaigning her suv walked around he was like that's a bullet hole and i was like okay it is right and the owner of this tesla says a bullet struck his car just four days before was killed this sheriff's department has not responded to our repeated requests for an interview but today released a statement saying a link between the past shootings and the murder will be explored there are posted warning signs at the park for everything from rattlesnakes to poison oak but nothing about the shootings i think anyone that's going to walk through those gates needs to be told it campground is now closed indefinitely but the rest of the park is still open and beyond the lack of warnings there is frustration among the shooting victims we spoke with they feel like their initial reports we're not taken seriously jeff carter evans thank you coming up here families forced to clear out when a colorado wildfire explosives in size wbz news time seven forty eight our top local stories in the wbz newsroom tonight with high temperatures in the forecast boston's heat emergency will go into effect tomorrow mayor marty walsh is urging residents to check on their elderly neighbors about one in three massachusetts residents who use marijuana say they have driven while under the influence of the drug.