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03:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Do something. It's people talk rotates. What's waiting for you at home that you'd like to see the most after three days in an airport? The wow air flight on the departure board is still listed as on time and the self serve kiosks are still working, but they won't get you anywhere at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio one person who is in the sky way up in the sky. Nasa, astronaut and McLean, currently she's stationed on the international space station and last night. She took part in the traditional greeting between the ISS children's hospital in providence since two thousand sixteen residents. Police officers and local businesses have participated in these so-called good night lights event. That's when astronauts China Light toward the Hasbro children's hospital at eight thirty PM right before bedtime children's shine lights back in return. And speaking of space, we might have a job for, you know, not going into space. But if you love a long lazy morning in bed. Here's your job Bassa and the European Space Agency or offering nineteen thousand dollars to those who are willing to spend sixty consecutive days lying in bed. The study is looking for twelve men and twelve women to spend two months lying in bed at the German, aerospace centre in Cologne. Researchers say they're aiming to analyze the effects of long space flights on astronauts bodies to destinations like Mars. Participants will also spend a total of nineteen days preparing and recovering from the bed portion of the study of the house is said to be weeks away from voting on a Bill that would protect state legal cannabis businesses for federal intervention congressman Jim McGovern says the house rules committee, which he chairs will look at the bipartisan states act legislation within the next few weeks. If it passes the Senate would exempt state legal marijuana companies from the federal controlled substances act McGovern says he thinks the Bill Willie's Lee passed the committee and the full house, and he has faith it can get through. The senate. Meantime, another cannabis related vote in the house today means the cannabis industry is one step closer to working with banks. Details on that from business reporter Jason Brooks piece of legislation for the cannabis industry is moving through the political pipeline. The House Financial Services committee passed these secure and fair enforcement banking act, which would allow banks to work with illegal cannabis industry. Financial institutions are not currently allowed to work with the cannabis industry, forcing those companies to mostly operate in cash while the Bill easily passed the house committee, and is receiving strong support as it heads for a full house vote. It's receiving less enthusiasm in the Senate. Meantime, the non psychoactive cannabis compound CBD is gone, mainstream and lotions and sprays and now drugstores CBS. Jennifer Brown explains. Green stores in select states will start selling CBD products has all you need to go further than Instagram people. Swear, the ham base. Creams are great for aches and pains. A Walgreens spokesman says they're making an effort to sell a wider range of health and wellness products. CVS also carries CBD's skin-care in seven states back in December President Trump gave the thumbs up for him to be. Farmed on a larger scale giving the cannabis business a major boost. Jennifer Brown's CBS news for now. At least Vermont is the only New England state where Walgreens will sell those products. Smart. Speakers are bringing radio back into the home station forms a home better than. Newsradio. While you cook. While you clean, and whatever you do in between live and local reporting on everything that matters to that place. While you're there 'til your score speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Breaking story as if you were there for most son hair base, where we just moments ago the questions, you you.

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02:42 min | 3 years ago

"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do something people cockroaches. Let's waiting for you at home that you'd like to see the most after three days in an airport. The wow air flight on the departure board is still listed as on time and the self serve kiosks are still working, but they won't get you anywhere at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and people who have been planning to fly on that discount airline. Wow. Are scrambling. It had offered cheap fares to Iceland in Europe at midnight last night, though, they suddenly ceased operations CBS senior travel adviser Peter Greenburg says the airline actually has been in trouble for a while. Well found itself unable to pay its creditors. It tried to get a lifeline from rival airline Icelandair earlier last year that deal fell apart and failed to secure at any additional lines of credit therefore it had no choice, but to cease operations and passengers are upset that. Wow. Air was selling tickets up until the mid it. It went bus if you bought a while air ticket within the past sixty days, you may be able to get a refund from your credit card company. One person who did make it way into the skies. Nasa astronaut, Ann McLean. She's currently stationed on the international space station last night McLean. Took part. In the traditional greeting between the SSN children's hospital in providence since two thousand sixteen residents. Police officers local businesses have participated in the so-called good night lights event each night. That is when the astronauts shine a light toward the Hasbro children's hospital at eight thirty pm right before bedtime and the children's shined lights back in return. Four forty nine. A house committee is just weeks away from voting on a Bill that would protect state legal cannabis businesses from federal intervention congressman Jim McGovern says the house rules committee, which he chairs we'll look at the bipartisan states act legislation within the next few weeks. Govern says he thinks the Bill will easily pass the committee and the full house if it passes the Senate would exempt state legal marijuana companies from the federal controlled substances act. Meantime, another cannabis related vote in the house. Today means the cannabis industry is one step closer to working with banks. A key piece of legislation for the cannabis industry is moving through the political pipeline. The House Financial Services committee passed the secure and fair enforcement banking act, which would allow banks to work with legal cannabis industry. Financial institutions are not currently allowed to work with the cannabis industry, forcing those companies to mostly operate in cash while the Bill easily passed the house committee, and is receiving strong support as it heads for a full house vote. It's receiving less enthusiasm in the Senate. That is. Reporter Jason Brooks today is opening day for Pax east. It's also open day for the Red Sox, but gamers from across the northeastern gathering at the south Boston convention center. And that's where we find WBZ's Carl Stevens is I.

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"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Home Sunday after connecting London at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio spring training is over real baseball has begun across America. It's opening day. First pitch for the defending champion Red Sox. A little after seven o'clock tonight. Our time on the west coast. The start of the baseball season always inspires WBZ's poet laureate. Carl Stephens, it's that time the SOX are gonna do battle. It's opening day for them in Seattle. The World Series champs will do their best as they take the field in the Pacific northwest. What wild adventures will we see this year is we eat our hotdogs and sip are beer what crazy triumphs will fill our pale as we celebrate Mukhi Bogart's and sale will the boys of summer win at all in the fall two years in a row will they take it all will they trounced the Indians the Astros, New York and celebrate in October pop the cork. Well, there's a whole lot of time before we liked that flame. Today's the first of one hundred and sixty two games will endure ups and downs elation and rancor will hold onto that ship like a content Chris anchor, and when the sun sets at the end of the year, we'll be shaking our heads or standing to cheer. So enjoy the games the sound and the site fasten your seatbelts. It all starts tonight Karl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio. No one says it better than Carl Disneyland making some. Changes to the rules ahead of its much anticipated Star Wars land opening that's happening in two months as ABC's Alec stone in Los Angeles. Disney company, which is a parent company of ABC news his pioneered crowd.

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"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do something. People talk rotates. What's waiting for you at home that you'd like to see the most after three days in an airport? The wow air flight on the departure board is still listed as on time and the self serve kiosks are still working, but they won't get you anywhere at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio more troubles for Facebook. The social media giant being charged with housing discrimination by the US department of housing and urban development. The agency says Facebook technology illegally restricts who can view housing related ads on its platforms and across the internet. The claim comes after Facebook said it would overhaul its ad targeting systems to prevent discrimination as part of a legal settlement with a group. That includes the ACLU police in Seattle or calling it a random senseless act. The gunman opens fire and several vehicles and car Jackson. Another two people killed two others injured, including a hero bus driver who managed to stay calm during the ordeal. ABC's David curly has more the gunmen firing on a nearby county bus striking the Fifty-three-year-old driver. Eric stark in the torso. Did. Like a two second assessment of my injuries and figured well. I can breathe I can think I can see. Okay. We're getting out of here. I gotta get these people out of here. Stark wounded alerts authorities before he heroically turns the bus around and drives his twelve passengers to safety. It's one thirty eight..

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03:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Able to get home Sunday after connecting London at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio education secretary Betsy DeVos grilled in a Senate hearing this morning over proposal to eliminate federal funding for Special Olympics, Illinois Democrat dick Durbin asks device, whether she personally approved the seventeen million dollar, plus cut DeVos says she didn't personally get involved in the decision. And she tells Durban let's not use disabled children in a twisted way for your political narrative. Massachusetts congressman Joe Kennedy was great aunt Eunice Shriver. Founded Special Olympics is appalled by the proposed cuts. Seems hard to imagine the Hawaii administration could possibly prioritize NASA tax cuts on the back of speculative Catholics. But this is the same organization or administration that doesn't turn around tried to get meals on wheels. So there you go the Special Olympics gets about ninety percent of its revenue from other sources, including private donations. A Florida congressman set to introduce a Bill today to make Puerto Rico, the fifty first state CBS news correspondent Peter King reports from Orlando Mr. Trump is long praised the relief effort there. I think the Puerto Rico was an incredible success, but Puerto Rican officials say he's treated the island badly at he's been quoted as saying the government has sent too much aid their central Florida democratic congressman Darren Soto is of Puerto Rico descended represents a heavily Latino population here sources, tell CBS news his Bill for statehood has bipartisan support in the house. The administration and Senate Republicans were expected to oppose it Peter King CBS news Orlando the Trump administration. Justice department challenging the Affordable Healthcare Act in appeals court. But at this time there is no replacement. Here's ABC's Mona Kosar. Republicans are now scrambling to come up with an alternative plan. Democrats have also been quick to point out the risks. The president's stipulations on the new healthcare plan are that it should be far better than ObamaCare and should protect people with preexisting conditions. It's unclear how Republicans will achieve either. It's twelve thirty eight. That means we get a check from Bloomberg on Wall Street history. Jonky Charlie Johnson Johnson has just undertaken what appears to be a major shift in strategy as it battles multiple lawsuits claiming that for years tech products caused as best as related cancers rather than leave decisions to juries J and J is settling claims it did. So with three of those losses. Just yesterday is still faces around thirteen thousand the Dow NASDAQ SMP had much larger gains to begin with. Now, the Dow is up three points. The NASDAQ is up two and the s&p is up one point, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio twelve thirty nine. The Red Sox begin defensive there titled tonight in Seattle. Yes. It's opening day. We'll check in with Adam Kaufman. That's coming up next. This is tomorrow's technology today. Brought to you by Toyota.

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Happening. We kick off this half hour with the armed standoff at a quality in up in Manchester. New Hampshire going on now for more than fourteen hours. It's near the mall of New Hampshire. That's standoff with police and a swat team started right around seven thirty last night. We are learning. One suspect is dead. Two. Others are still keeping police at bay exchanging gunfire with officers. Contacting. It's nothing that I'd be curious for four or any of my other co workers that are with me that was J hotel guests you heard some of the shots. Now, this is not over and at this point, no real sign when it will be WBZ's. Sheri, small is live in Manchester with the latest Sherry. Hi, tina. Yeah. The latest that we're hearing for Manchester PD is that they are still trying to get the two suspects. That have been barricaded inside the quality in here in Manchester to give themselves up. Now, we spoke with Governor, Chris he explained why this is taking so long. They don't want this bull Russia room and put both the individuals in that ROY Moore themselves in danger. Of course, you could do that. But that's not necessarily the smartest thing. Now, again, this is fourteen hours that police swat swat team. Members have been here on the scene in Nashua. Swat has just now joined Manchester PD and Manchester swat to try to put an end to this. It all started last night at seven thirty when police and DEA agents, confronted Stephen Marshall, a fifty one year old out of Manchester. Gunfire was exchanged police shot and killed Marshall. And that's when the other two that were with him barricaded himself inside this hotel. This is located on south, willow street. It's a main thoroughfare here in Manchester is located on the opposite side of highway two Ninety-three from the mall of New Hampshire. So this is a very busy area. Not only was the hotel evacuated but restaurants and businesses all around this area have been evacuated just as a precaution. For now. Reporting live here in Manchester. Very small WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Terry. Thank you for that date. Again. A man killed at a scene in Manchester. New Hampshire identified as Stephen Marshall. We will keep you posted on further development. And as always you can listen to us anytime on the free iheartradio app. And now problems of another kind at Logan airport today, travelers who are expecting a head to Iceland on discount airline. Wow. To find another way to get there. WBZ's? Karyn regal reports the airline cancelled all flights at Logan after Iran's into financial problems. She joins us now live from Logan. Karen? Flight is still up on the departure board saying it is on time seven oh two PM tonight. It is not though it is not taking off and never apparently will again. Wow. Air ceasing all operations, it will not fly from Boston to Iceland. And that leads my new friend Bjorn in trouble. He has been sitting in this airport since ten AM yesterday. He was supposed to catch a quite yesterday. They said it was canceled. They re book him on this 702 flight. And now he has learned that there are no more well flights. She's trying to book on another airline. And hopefully, so one will scoop them up and get him home as he makes his way home from Florida. Logan airport. Not so much vacation destination as Florida the best he can find so far is making his way through one and then home to Iceland. He might get home might might by Sunday afternoon. He's looking forward to his own bed. Not these plastic covered chairs that he can't lie down on reporting from Logan. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Alright. Karen? Thank you coming up in just a few minutes..

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"No one likes fare hikes, but central central park, you might actually be better because the traffic is so congested during rush hour, and this businessmen from New York is sick of the fees here and at home. What do you do a traffic? I mean, if you bring more cars and taking people off mass transit. I mean, the problem is the subways are disaster. New Jersey transit disaster. Metro north is a disaster. I mean, the province's politicians have run the budgets so poorly of these agencies and a serves. Just get worse and worse training at blood from a stone at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Speaking of getting around. Would you take a rocket ride the travel around the world in record time? More on that straight ahead. Eight thirty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Are we getting around anytime fast right now? Certainly not in southern New Hampshire. Deb. We have some problems in Salem, both directions of route ninety three of crashes both overturned vehicles on ninety three northbound and southbound near canopy lake between exits two and three the right lane is blocked on the northbound side, the southbound side much worse only the left shoulder gets by all three travel lanes are blocked southbound. So that's jammed from route one eleven and Windham pass that on ninety three south. It's okay over the state line. But then slow dascomb road to concord street. Four ninety five southbound is tied up getting by the Marcin street exit and Lawrence because of construction on the lower level of the double decker bridge. Route three south is slow from the Lowell connector to concord road. Then backed up for a mile getting to route one twenty eight one twenty eight southbound is stalled out getting by route ninety five then for main street to route thirty eight and beyond that it's tied up to twenty-five. Pastor Pella road south of town on the lower end of one twenty eight northbound is heavy from route wonder one oh nine and then slow from route nine to route twenty expressway northbound backup furnace brook Parkway to Columbia road. David straw, Felino. WBZ's traffic..

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02:29 min | 3 years ago

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"A report of two American service members killed in Afghanistan. US forces say the Americans were killed while conducting an operation, no word on names are home states. ABC's? Eva pilgrim has more on where this happened in the northern part of the country at this time, the military not giving many details, but saying the two were killed as the result of a small arms fire and saying is now under investigation. This brings the total of American service members killed in Afghanistan this year to four there are about fourteen thousand US forces in Afghanistan and update now to a story we've been following a fourth a teen girl has come forward alleging. She was also Ray by north Andover. High school athlete now being held for a separate alleged assault as reported earlier this week young female students at north Andover. High staged a walkout after learning. A multiple allegations against allies are Tuttle the student body outraged Tuttle was allowed to remain in school despite multiple sexual assault allegations by female classmates at least two of those girls were asked to school safety plans that require they alter their routines to avoid. Passing Tuttle in the halls. Tuttle is currently behind bars accused of raping a New Hampshire girl in his car last month three Needham. Police officers rushed to the hospital this morning after being exposed to fennel. The officers approach to people inside a car at the residence in during their investigation. They were exposed to the deadly opioid all three were treated and released. The man and woman inside the car were arrested while it might cost you more to grab an Uber or lift from Logan WBZ's. Karyn regal is there this morning with details. Massport says the legions of Uber's and lives that come into Logan traffic, problems and delays. And it's time to try and get a handle on it. So the agency wants to bump the fee for ryedale to five dollars from three twenty five that's not going over. Well, we're low, but it's and we prefer having. And the other way. Because of the as much as fifty would be the fee, if you choose to share an Uber or lift nets more would also mandate I'll pick ups and drop offs be at central parking. That's not going over well either and these downpours. I rely on Uber and lift all over the country, and it's a fantastic service. And. This is typical at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up more tough news for Boeing seven thirty three traffic.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

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"Side NBC's today show honored a group of them including in Nola Brown. We break barriers. We want women to know that you could aspire to be anything you want to be doesn't matter. What size? You are. We have a free training program that will get you in shape to become a New York City. Five women were first allowed to become city. Firefighters in the early nineteen eighty s. Here in Boston at Logan airport workers for a private company us International Women's Day to highlight complaints against their employer. Karyn regal covered. This story service employees international union workers were employed by the private f s s at Logan say they're not paid for hours worked for sick days over breaks. They publicized this before and have many complaints, pending before the attorney general city councillor, Lydia Edwards, Massport. In a statement says it's taken multiple steps sold its contractors responsible. And we'll turn over any unresolved complaints to the AJ. We know we are on the right side of history. We know that Justice social Justice as far head, but we're going to get there together. Together, we have been able to fight for against wage theft. Together, we will organize together we will keep moving forward at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and the fight against ISIS. The next big challenge for the United States led coalition. Fighting forces ISIS, what to do with all of the foreign fighters. Captured out on the battlefield Cami McCormick is at the Pentagon with more. Iraq has agreed to accept some of the foreign fighters captured in Syria and says they could be handed death sentences. But there are hundreds of them four hundred were captured this week alone, and many are westerners many countries have refused to accept their citizens back. Now, Sweden is floating. The idea of an international tribunal similar to what was done after the wars in Rwanda and Yugoslavia everyone.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

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"Was met by the way by a chorus of boos after appearing in court today. Let's go back to the Washington. Shut down. Some DC insiders say the significant flight delays in the northeast earlier today broke the law jam ABC's. Aaron Katersky with more on that for the deal to reopen. The government hundreds of. Flights were delayed at LaGuardia Newark and other northeast airports Federal Aviation officials blamed a shortage of air traffic. Controllers ABC news has learned the slowdown can be traced to six controllers at the air. Traffic control centre in Leesburg Virginia who called out sick. That's nearly half of those scheduled to work at an air, traffic control centre responsible for a chunk of airspace in the mid Atlantic. The delays were so bad. At one point the White House said President Trump had been briefed three hours later. He announced a deal to end the shutdown. Aaron Katersky ABC news New York passengers at Logan doing what they can this Friday to get where they're going after that ground stop in New York. WBZ's? Karyn regal check things out at Logan. And has this report Anka is visiting from Virginia yet we were delayed because of whether there are several cancellations. So we stayed another night in Boston. And now we are flying through LaGuardia. And we know that their problems in my Guardia, so fingers crossed do you feel like a lucky person? Well, I don't and I talked to another guy who's already rented a backup rental car. In cases flight to Philly fails at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. We'll go back to our top story coming out of DC breaking the law jam in just a moment. But right now, the logjam on the roads, it's Friday. That's an edible. It's traffic.

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03:24 min | 3 years ago

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"Radio. Thirty nine degrees at twelve noon. Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. Here's what's happening. President Trump associate Roger stone reigned in Florida. Let's get an update now from ABC news. President Trump's longtime political adviser Roger stone expected to speak at some point this hour now free on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond after being indicted this morning by special counsel. Robert Muller stone, charged with lying to congress tampering with witnesses and obstructing the special counsel probe ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has more on the finally this is about Roger stone reaching out to WikiLeaks trying to get information allegedly hacked by the Russians. The other key is that he apparently kept some senior campaign officials aware of his efforts regarding WikiLeaks, and they wanted regular updates which he allegedly provided, but there's no allegation of collusion work stone or any of these campaign officials are accused of directly working with the Russians. But this could be the first hint that the Russia investigation is nearing its conclusion. President Trump on Twitter said impart greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No collusion. As attorney said the indictment today does not alleged Russian collusion by Roger stone or anyone else? Brian Clark ABC news. And of course, we'll keep you. Updated on this developing story throughout the day today. And of course, you can also follow this iheart radio app. Well, a lack of air controllers air traffic controllers affecting the nation's air system, the FAA had temporarily halted flights into LaGuardia Airport due to staffing issues because of the partial federal government shutdown at ground stop as they call. It lasted about an hour that is over now, but it has affected air traffic at several other airports including Logan airport in Boston. And that's where we find WBZ's Karyn regal and she joins us now. Karen, how does it look there? Call it the ripple effect. You have a couple of delays here. A number of delays. Let's call it. If you're looking at the delay the rival and departure board, Doug. You can see those delays in yellow and red some flights leaving several hours late because of what happened on the ground at LaGuardia at Newark in Philly in a couple of other airports that were also affected again by this ripple effect. I've talked to a couple of people one woman notably who was delayed here in Boston because of weather earlier this week she was finally able to get a plate out. She's going home to Virginia guess where she's flying through Doug's through LaGuardia. He is hoping to get home at some point this month. That's Ford says it is monitoring the situation, and they are urging people please call Ed call ahead and check with your airline to see where you may be playing out of when you might be flying out reporting live from Logan. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio to Karen, good luck to air travelers. And this is another story. We'll be following throughout the day. Some seven thousand federal workers here in Massachusetts are affected by the federal government, shutdown congresswoman, Laurie Trahan y. Wants to make sure they have a safety net important that we we do whatever possible to make sure that these men and women get the benefits that they need. So that they no longer have to make the trade off between subscription drugs and putting food on the table for their families. She's introduced a Bill guaranteeing the furloughed workers will get unemployment benefits coming up has he violated terms of his plea agreement..

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02:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Thirty-seven and partly cloudy at eleven thirty in Boston. Good morning. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. Lights across the northeast are delayed this hour due to a ground. Stop at LaGuardia Airport in New York more on that in just a moment. But also developing this morning, the president's former campaign adviser Roger stone is due in federal court anytime now he was arrested before dawn today at his home in Florida if he says several charges linked to the Russia probe including witness, tampering obstruction and lying to congress about Russian election interference, President Trump responding. We'll have that in just a moment. But let's get back to the situation at LaGuardia. CBS news special report flyers are feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown. I there were longer security lines today. Flight delays are mounting because of staff shortages in air, traffic control towers was a ground. Stop for a time at New York's LaGuardia this morning delays at Newark and Philadelphia CBS news travel editor Peter Greenburg. It doesn't just affect passengers and planes. We're talking about legal time limits for cruise when the crew start timing out that plane is cancelled. Matter what air controllers are among the federal workers missing a second paycheck today. Trish Gilbert of the union that represents those workers says problems could linger even after the shutdown is settled those that are eligible to retire which is about twenty percent are considering just walking away into retirement, which would put us in a much worse situation with regard to staffing. It will. It will be here before we catch up with regard to staffing in this country with air traffic control CBS news special report, I'm Steve Kathan. Listening to WBZ NewsRadio. Let's go live now to Karyn regal. She's over at Logan airport. Karen, what's the latest? I just heard from a statement from our friends at math fourteen. They're aware of the situation at the airport in the northeast, and there were encouraging people to please call ahead and check with your airline. I'm sitting in front of the flight information board outside of central parking in the Skywalker as you head over to terminal a and New York LGA departed, late New York LG. Yeah. Supposed to leave at eleven now, leaving at noon, New York LGA supposed to leave at twelve now with leaving at one eighteen there are more of these delays for Philadelphia. More of these delays Newark, you get the idea. There are delays out of Logan. The good news is I make my way to the terminals. They're not exactly crowded right now, at least it's a light travel day. So we're not seeing massive delays searching four or five hours. However, Nicole the day is young reporting live from Logan Karyn, regal WBZ NewsRadio. It's a Friday to. All right. Thank you. Karen? Of course, we're keeping an eye on this as it develops right here on WBZ radio. You can take us with you anytime anywhere using the iheartradio app. If you're at the office, you can only stream as to you on your smart speaker, just say play WBZ NewsRadio nine.

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

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"It is thirty seven degrees at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Doug cope. Our top story. The FAA has stopped flights into LaGuardia Airport in New York at least temporarily two major staff changes because of the partial federal government shutdown, Philadelphia and Newark are also affected with delays because of that. WBZ's? Karyn regal is Logan airport right now. Rewarding of reporting a more on this story. Karen? I'm looking at the departures board now and the arrivals board here at the JetBlue terminal and looking at the delays starting to build up. You can see him in yellow here are some of the arrivals delayed about two hours. The departures are starting to build up as well. That's it. It's a fairly load right now at Logan airport. And not a lot of people are particularly upset people are coming in looking at the border going. Yeah. I guess that's what we're stuck with right now. But again about two hour delays making their way to Philadelphia some to Newark and some to New York at this point in time. And again, I've only made it to the JetBlue terminal at this point reporting live from Logan Karyn, regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Thank you. Karen? She'll keep us updated. And how this is impacting flights in our areas. Well, now, meantime, it is a second to PayLess pay day for furloughed, federal employees CBS news, Capitol Hill. Correspondent nancy. Cordis with more of the impact of workers twenty thirteen the New York Times found that nearly two-thirds of federal workers don't have enough in their savings to pay their expenses for two weeks. How.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From seventy five to eighty eighty five to ninety into one hundred percent probably by tomorrow afternoon. He says call ahead at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. A US forest service avalanche warning for the presidential mountain range in New Hampshire remains in effect. This evening, it affects the area from mount Webster to mount Madison, including Crawford notch state park. Two people have died out west the last couple of weeks to avalanches including a young man from Mansfield to here in Massachusetts. Well, she hasn't been seen since Saturday night. And her family is worried Ambrose last seen leaving Hennessy's bar near Faneuil hall with an unidentified man, resisted Francesca's spoke with WBZ's. He he's my twin sister. She's twenty three years old. Our birthdays are actually in a few weeks. The family is working with bar owners to see if they can identify the man Ambrose left with Boston. Police say an active investigation is ongoing thirty one days into the partial government, shutdown Democrats and Republicans appear no closer to ending the impasse than when it began President Donald Trump lashing out at Democrats after they dismissed a plan he'd billed as a compromise CBS news political correspondent, it'll keep says it's not clear if the president's plan will be voted on when the Senate returned plan at least stated by Republican leadership this yes to take up the president's proposals. And see where it goes. The problem is that that kind of legislation need sixty votes to get to a final vote and with only. With less than sixty Republican votes in the Senate. It's going to be difficult the government shutdown now the longest in the history starting to affect the health of federal workers stranded without a paycheck. ABC's Pete combs has one such story. Thirty seven years old and a veteran air traffic controller and she's fighting breast cancer. If she doesn't start receiving a paycheck. She may have to suspend treatment that STAN McCabe, head of the local controllers union in Atlanta. The cancer victim says she can't speak to us because the FAA letter, but McCabe, Ken, it's not like you can ask cancer too. You know, could you take a month off McCabe says this cancer victims and chemotherapy buddy says she can't pay the deductibles without a paycheck, something she and other government workers who need medical care haven't had in more than a month. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta. Another face in a growing political field. That story's coming up..

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"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"logan karyn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Airport as we make our way through day thirty one of the government shutdown. It's go now live to WBZ's Karyn regal. She's at Logan and Karen these workers have been hit hard. Especially the TSA workers have been hit hard. We're a month into this federal shutdown. These workers came down the stairs here at terminal e from the second floor carrying signs demanding that they actually be paid for the hours that they're working, and this was kind of lumped in what they pro union movement for those workers who are in charge of wheelchairs and other services. They don't work for mass for they work for the airlines that fly in and out of Logan. So this kind of turned into a labor rally. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senator Ed murky were the headliners at this event. And as those workers came down that escalator with their signs and stood in front of a podium that have been set up for this occasion. Warren. Said that this shutdown needs to and did Senator Ed Markey that the shutdown needs to end speaking to reporters afterwards. However, both said that what the what the president of the United States proposed in his address to the nation on Saturday was a non starter pack. Senator Markey called it. Preposterous and bolt simply said the president must Edmund shutdown. So people can get paid for when they work at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. It is two. Oh, three. It's time for traffic.

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