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"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Man Isn't that fun to say, March? 13th was our last show. It was not supposed to be, and I've spent every day since imagining what the first concert back is going to be the great Murray Black, making her return in Cambridge this week. To cool at the airport. It's getting busy and hey, don't forget to be nice to the workers There are traveling is just like a really tense experience for most people, So you know they're just so focused on getting from point A to point B flight attendant Lexi Amada of East Boston, but try a smile, Folks, it goes a long way, All right. I'm Drew Mohammed that the WBC water cooler. 5 26, a local Duncan franchise owner, paying up to the state on charges of child labor law violations. WBC's are Cohen reports. Attorney General Maura Healey says Give US Days Management Group, which operates 10 Dunkin Donuts franchises in the Boston area. Will pay a $120,000 fine for violating the state's child labor laws. The company was issued five citations for four of its locations. The violations include miners who worked earlier or later than permissible under the law miners who worked longer than the maximum allowed hours in one day failure to obtain work permits for minors. Miners who worked on supervised after eight PM and miners who did not receive a meal break After working more than six hours last year, the attorney general filed child labor complaints against 37 employers, including Duncan, Chipotle and Wendy's. And collected $3.4 million in fines. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's NewsRadio outcry among parents and Exeter, New Hampshire after students were marked based on whether or not they have been vaccinated, they want their voices to be heard, and they're afraid to speak out. You see that state representative Melissa Litchfield says parents started reaching out to her last weekend. Following the problem, which was held Friday night outside under a tent at the high school. The school district says students who were not fully vaccinated or unable to show a vaccine card had a number written on their hand. I just think that in this day and age, it probably wasn't the best choice.

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"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Who is ninety three and three are looking good to and from the name just a line route one moderate volume Chelsea right up into Linfield Davidson drawing WBZ's traffic on the threes and now we go to the four day forecast with accu weather's Frank straight into being breezy and warm through this evening enjoy the warmth while it lasts because it maybe ten days before we see it this warm again it'll turn cloudy tonight with a low fifty three storm passing by to the south can bring a little rain to the south coast Cape and islands after midnight and it was going to be windy and colder we'll see more clouds and sun with a shower around high which is B. sixty two there tomorrow night be blustery and colder it'll be partly cloudy with a forty two decks with will feel as low as twenty sun Tuesday sunshine will fade behind clouds cycle B. fifty seven but act with the real feel mostly be in the forties thanks to chilly winds and on Wednesday it remains chilly will have Sunday start then some clouds high fifty four could be a way of cold rain Wednesday night into Thursday I'm accu weather meteorologist Frank straight WBZ Boston news radio right now it's seventy eight degrees in Andover eighty in Arlington seventy seven partly cloudy just a few clouds in Boston at five twenty five and it's time for the water cooler and someday we will get back to normal but as governor Baker reiterates we have not yet seen the downward trend this is a critical part of making the decision to move ahead so we keep up all that social distancing both on the ground and even in the air I've flown plates with only one passenger on them they get very good treatment plated tended Lexi amada of East Boston on her New World with the airline business struggling so much another hard hit industry of course local musicians south shore artist J. Passaro us on how he never thought he'd be streaming live shows all the time it's not it's it's like it's I I'd never expected one day we would rely on it like there was no you couldn't be lazy no like all figured out next week it was like this is changing there's a song written and performed in quarantine of course stay safe I'm sure well Holland at the WBC water cool it's five twenty six a magnitude five point five earthquake hit near southern Puerto Rico yesterday damaging buildings and forcing at least fifty families from their homes what are they gonna okay because even a priest named father Winston Mendez still but not only was on it leading online prayer service when the quake hit items in the room shot father Sylvain only pause in his prayers before resuming the service no one was seriously hurt a lab work in a group similar the twenty six hour live stream event to the call to unite presented various leaders and entertainers and performance and conversations about the covert nineteen crisis Apollo astronaut rusty Schweickart said when he orbited the earth for ten days in nineteen sixty nine he realized that we're all one human family the planets are space ship the world cruise passengers all future generations of of people are going to be shaped by how we act today.

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"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Very down to the bike routes three ninety three ninety five nothing in your way to and from New Hampshire David said drawing WBZ's traffic on the threes and now we go to accu weather's Frank straight with the four day forecast Tuesday nights do this evening but cloud will be rolled again tonight the wi fifty two will be stray showers in the area toward daybreak and early tomorrow as well but otherwise tomorrow it'll be breezy and warm clouds break for son of the active looks good with a high near seventy all right it'll turn cloudy again that'll be fifty three and the support system passing by weight or south can bring a little rain to the south coast Cape and islands in Monday's going to be windy cooler day it'll be mainly cloudy with a shower around Michael just Peter sixty despite partial sun it'll be even chillier Tuesday I'm just be fifty four I'm accu weather meteorologist Frank straight WBZ Boston news radio right now it's sixty eight partly cloudy in Boston at five twenty five one ten grill is located throughout New England known by the way for it's fresh and modern contemporary menu beautiful clean restaurants with open kitchens and an allergy commitment one tends core menu is available gluten free so visit one ten girl a dot com for locations it's what makes and it's time for the water cooler and someday we will get back to normal but as governor Baker reiterates we have not yet seen the downward trend this is a critical part of making the decision to move ahead so we keep up all that social distancing both on the ground and even in the air I've flown plates with only one passenger on them so they get very good treatment plated tended Lexi amada of East Boston on her New World with the airline business struggling so much another hard hit industry of course local musicians south shore artists J. Passaro us on how he never thought he'd be streaming live shows all the time it's not it's it's like it's I I never expected one day we would rely on it like there was no you couldn't be lazy no like all figured out next week it was like this is changing there's a song written and performed.

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"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lower decks they can leverage connect your fine and south of town no issues along the expressway ten minutes and damned rob WBZ's traffic on the threes and now the four day WBZ accu weather forecast here's accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson well this afternoon will be mostly sunny and pleasant will get to a high of sixty five in Boston closer to seventy in some inland suburbs tonight increasing clouds with a shower in spots laid a low down to fifty two tomorrow there could be a shower first thing then clouds break for some sun it will be breezy and warm high tomorrow right near seventy in windy and cooler on Monday with clouds and sunshine there could be a shower Monday sign near sixty and then on Tuesday sunshine a mix of some clouds with a high around fifty nine not accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston news radio plenty of bright sunshine right now fifty five degrees up in Nashua New Hampshire fifty seven down and hang on fifty five in Danvers and Beverly and fifty four in Boston S. S. I. recipients if you did not file a tax return last year and have children under seventeen you must act now to get the five hundred dollar economic impact payment per child act by may fifth to receive a payment in twenty twenty go to IRS dot gov and enter your information in the non filer tool by may fifth what it's ten twenty five and someday we will get back to normal but as governor Baker reiterates we have not yet seen the downward trend this is a critical part of making the decision to move ahead so we keep up all that social distancing both on the ground and even in the air I've flown plates with only one passenger on them so they get very good treatment plated tended Lexi amada of East Boston on her New World with the airline business struggling so much another hard hit industry of course local musicians south shore artist J. Passaro us on how he never thought he'd be streaming live shows all the time it's not it's it's like it's I I never expected one day we would rely on it like there was no you couldn't be lazy no like all figured out next week it was like this is changing there's a song written and performed in quarantine of course stay safe I'm sure well Holland at the WBC water cooled thank you it is ten twenty six if you did not file a tax return last year and have kids under seventeen you must act now to get a five hundred dollar economic impact payment per child they're a lot of people who can use this money right now so make sure to get it done by Tuesday may fifth to get your payment in twenty twenty just got a I. R. S. dot gov and enter your information in the non filer tool by Tuesday may fifth it's ten twenty seven coming up in just a few at ten thirty new guidelines for people here in Massachusetts during this corona virus a pandemic stay with us and as always you can also tell your smart device to play WBZ newsradio.

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is the third straight week this group cell demonstrations one leader of the group behind the protest re open NC has tested positive for covert nineteen at the Charlotte airport meantime one passenger and nearly full American Airlines flight from new York's JFK airport says social distancing was hard to find at thirty thousand feet the second largest hub for American Airlines nationwide the Charlotte International Airport is essential to Charlotte's economy that would travel comes real risk here Charlotte city mayor via lighthouse we need that tourism and business travel but we first and foremost have to make sure that our citizens or residents are safe and well Charlotte's mayor added that her city is following all rules and recommendations outlined by north Carolina's governor they will wait until they see a fourteen day trend with either level or declining cases of cold it before talking about re opening the city parks ABC news Washington Lexi amada is a flight attendant from East Boston she gave us a look at what a flight is like through a pandemic this real time to be in this industry I've flown flights with only one passenger on them so they get very good treatment you know it's it's very bizarre I've never seen anything like it since working here but now it's become the norm it's strange like the other day I had I think thirty people on my flight and I thought well that's a pretty full Lexus says you see in about seventy percent reduction in her flying scheduled a magic trying to make a living driving a cab these days WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with Amanda Lee and I was trying to do just that is sixty two years old has a woman ski cap over his mouth and nose he's sitting in his cab hoping for a passenger but it's not a good time to be a cab driver is very dangerous you could not take what I want both of them become a lead you have to get up but there are not many passengers I didn't ask him if he applied for state or federal assistance I just kind of got the feeling he wouldn't been sitting behind that steering wheel if you didn't have to be there are you worried about being able to pay your bills yes that's not a problem I'm totally behind every of my bill I'm totally behind I'm could I do if you cook the meals for more than a month is going to be a disaster about looks a little bit on the road myself Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio starting tomorrow passengers on highline ferries will be required to wear face masks at the terminal ticket office in boarding lines and on board the vessel and what a dozen will be denied travel the company says it's consistent with advisories and guidance from the CDC the latest navy ship stricken by Colbert nineteen arrives in California your CBS's Kevin McCormick the USS Kidd which had been in the carribean on an anti narcotics mission is now docking at San Diego it has sixty four confirmed cases among the crew of about three hundred some have been evacuated from the ship all of the crew members will eventually go into isolation and the ship is being claimed to be guided missile destroyers based in Everett Washington word of the first apparent dog in the U. S. with a case of coronaviruses another corona virus first of family dog in the university town of Chapel Hill North Carolina has tested positive for the virus the family was involved in a study at Duke University in which a mother and father both health care professionals and a son of all tested positive for corona virus the family then had their pets two dogs a cat and a lizard tested that's when they learned in their pocket named Winston had the virus Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North.

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Says this makes take the cake is certain is capital in commuter real grudges Lewinski cap covering his nose and mouth he was going nowhere which is par for the course during these virus days how has your life been affected by the virus is slightly to the upside down when it when it comes to business wise this little business because the food is empty they will get the money to pay out of the car plus it's dangerous at sixty two years old he said he worries about catching the virus you make sure every passenger has a facial covering and he's watching down the cab constantly getting ready for the next passenger whenever the next passenger might happen Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio even there were very few passengers are on board airlines these days union workers have been demanding more protection and safeguards against corona virus workers are about to get that added protection and passengers will need to learn by some new rules getting in may American Airlines will give customers personal protective equipment as they board planes American saying passengers will get sanitizing wipes gel and face masks as a board and flight attendants at American will be mandated to wear face masks delta is also making that mandate for flight attendants beginning today already United and JetBlue flight attendants have been told they must wear face masks while on board planes Alex stone ABC news we get a look at a slightly unique form of social distancing through the eyes of a flight attendant who lives in East Boston Lexi amada tells us people are avoiding her not only in the airport these days but also on the city streets I know when I'm like in my uniform and I'm walking home from work people will cross the street to avoid being a band you know twenty feet that's a little bit awkward isn't it she says she has seen about a seventy percent reduction in her work schedule but people she says are still flying sometimes flights have as many as thirty people on board but she's also worked flights with just one passenger it is nine oh eight and we're getting close to the opening bell on Wall Street let's check in on the Bloomberg business now here's Tom Busby well a job it is getting close and Dow futures are soaring up four hundred twenty points right now is more states re open more businesses oil prices though continue to slide lower now.

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"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And knew what loss of taste or smell the games that my I did not go on the Olympics and they're tortured future even with this year's Summer Olympic Games pushed back to twenty twenty one there are those associated with the Tokyo spectacle that believe next year's hold the date invite may not pan out health experts in Japan say the Summer Games even next year are in danger if there is no effective vaccine for corona virus by next July it is expected to take at least a year to get a vaccine in place and if these games get put on hold the next year Tokyo says it will not reschedule them again coming to a jet blue flight near you all passengers will soon be required to wear face masks while traveling passenger uses a first in the airline industry that requirement but following up on CDC guidelines the company is already making face coverings mandatory for flight crew members Lexi amada is one of them a flight attendant from East Boston she gave us a look at what an actual flight looks like in a global pandemic this real time to be in this industry I've flown flights with only one passenger on them so they get very good treatment you know it's it's very bizarre I've never seen anything like it since working here and now it's become the norm it's strange like the other day I had I think thirty people on my flight and I thought well that's a pretty full and Lexi is getting hit in the pocketbook as well she seen about a seventy percent reduction in her work schedule all right it's eight oh three from the skies to the roads we check out traffic now with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Laurie grounding and all of a sudden just like that may have not got a crash in Plainville for ninety five southbound just before route one exit fourteen there in Plainville watch out for another crash ninety three southbound just before route twenty eight a trash truck involved is a disable trash truck there at ninety three southbound before re twenty eight in Randolph I don't twenty four north bound there's a left lane disabled vehicle blocking that laying there just before ninety three all also in Randolph earlier crash we had on the liver connector north that was there just for an instant before store drive that has cleared luckily still dealing with the car it's actually an S. U. V. with a flat tire eastbound on the mass pike just before interchange sixteen in west Newton there watch out for that slow down also we continue to see delays on the upper end of one twenty eight let's go right to christen acted them out for insurance copter we had a look at that work crew up in the Danvers stretch it starts in the right lane just after or just before one fourteen at Peabody goes up to Endicott street CD to stay the left handed his agenda pretty good way to get into this works out you're a champ back to Lowell St Peabody Crist about combat operations Sharon's copter night thanks Kristin Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes so this is actually an improvement from what we saw yesterday when the rain was driving at us pretty much all day long none of that today in fact so much different picture although it is still.

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"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"lexi amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yamas spent the day with a visiting nurse in the Big Apple who's caring for corona virus patients recently discharged from the hospital in Manhattan route it of the visiting nurse service boards a city bus heading to the new frontline if this fight were outside she suits up down mask gloves the patient was for the patient she sees leaving the hospital is just the first step they're weak and emotionally they are afraid they are afraid that they're going to die the covert nineteen death toll in the entire state of New York has claimed over seventeen thousand lives new Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern says her country has won the battle against widespread transmission at least for now how to sing has grown from obviously zero pre cut at nineteen to the capacity to perceive up to eight thousand troops who died and for the last few days cases have been in the single digits just one confirmed case it is with posing to try to use those numbers they are incredible and I think still the sacrifices state every single New Zealand ahead tonight the total number of confirmed cases in New Zealand just over eleven hundred nineteen people have died from the disease seven nineteen here in Boston forty degrees right now still cloudy skies here in Boston brighter skies though breaks of sunshine mid fifties a little bit later on today whether it is online or in class Harvard University one way or the other well lets students learn teachers teach and researchers study this fall semester administrators say they are going to be evaluating all data surrounding the global pandemic in public health models before charting a specific course for the fall semester again Harvard will be in business again this fall in Worcester summer calling it a case of Big Brother watching over you WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe says one of the largest housing authorities in all of New England is implementing new protocols in dealing with this outbreak we took a very aggressive approach right from the very beginning and he's not apologizing for it Alex corral as head of the Worcester Housing Authority has implemented video surveillance of residents coming out of their apartments for covert positive or quarantined with suspected cases if those residents aren't taking proper precautions they're being approached immediately by someone from the housing authority's public safety team we needed to watch cameras and if we do have a resident of coming now they're not wearing the mask they're not wearing the gloves we're going to communicate with them on the spot directly and say to them you should get back into your apartment because of the fact that your request and we don't want anybody else to be an attractive Carella says anyone under quarantine can call the authority if they need anything and a staff member will deliver it to their apartment Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio and speaking of precautions these days this is a sort of unique form of social distancing through the eyes of a flight attendant from East Boston Lexi amada tells us people are avoiding her not only in the airport these days but also on the streets yeah I know when I'm like in my uniform and I'm walking home from work people will cross the street to avoid being a band you know twenty feet awkward she says she's seen about a seventy percent reduction in her work schedule but people are still flying she says sometimes flights have as many as thirty people on board but she's also worked flights with just one passenger coronavirus.

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