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"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 23 hrs ago

"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Moments ago, spoke to reporters in the White House briefing room where we've not seen him for quite some time. Well, thank you very much, and I just want to congratulate everybody. The stock market. Dow Jones Industrial Average just said 30,000, which is the highest in history, We've never broken 30,000, and that's just despite Everything that's taken place with the pandemic. I'm very thrilled with what's happened in the vaccine front. That's been absolutely incredible. It's nothing like that has Ever happened medically, and I think people are acknowledging that and it's having a big effect. But the stock market's just broken 30,000 never been broken. That number that's a sacred number. 30,000. Nobody thought that ever see it. That's the ninth time since the beginning of 2020. And it's the 48th time that we've broken records in during the Trump administration, and I just want to congratulate all the people within the administration that works so hard. And most importantly, I want to congratulate the people of our country. Because there are no people like you. Thank you very much. Everybody. Thank you. No mention of the transition to abide in Harris administration, formally starting last night with the Signature of the General Services Administration. And by the way, this briefing was over As soon as it started, the president left the podium without taking a single question. As you heard there, that was it. School officials in Lynnfield are pleading with parents. Please tell them when their child has been exposed to coronavirus. WBZ TV is Luisa Mueller's following In the past few days, the school learned four high school students had close contacts with covert positive people in their homes. Neither students nor their parents informed the district. This failure to inform us puts the public health of the high school community at risk and may cause us to pause in person learning at the high school for a period of time, Superintendent Kristen Vogel wrote. Trying to track what's going on with.

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"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sudden, the Friday roly family shuttered Il Molo in March and still can't open it now because the bar makes up about 20% of the restaurant's capacity. They're not alone. How are estimates are that are 3600 of the 16,000 restaurants that existed in Massachusetts about my first have not reopened since the pandemic has started, and the sub BBC TV's Luisa Mueller with that report, today's primary day and not just one, but two New England States voters out there today in Rhode Island and New Hampshire. We'll start south of Massachusetts in Rhode Island in the ocean state today. Democratic Rep. Jim Langevin has a primary opponent also got races today from mayor in Warwick, Central Falls, Cranston and Tuck it Now over to New Hampshire, where Governor Kristin knew has a few Republican challengers, including a man who's changed his name to nobody. The word nobody also Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen and hoping to get a third term here, at least secure a spot to win that she's got two challengers today. Four Republicans also gunning for a chance at the Senate. As for Congress. Rep. Chris Pappas, Democrats still unopposed, but five Republicans now fighting for their slot on the November ballot to challenge him over to Washington. Now Postmaster General Lewis to joy facing more scrutiny Today House Oversight Committee announcing it will now investigate to joy claiming he violated campaign finance laws. Washington Post reporting several of his former employees in North Carolina Reportedly felt pressure to make political donations with the expectation to joy would reimburse them. If proven true, Such an arrangement would be illegal. President Trump was asked about this at the White House. Something could be proven that he did something wrong. Always.

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Boston - Cape Hopes For 'Second Summer' Tourism As Businesses Continue To Face Challenges

WBZ Afternoon News

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Boston - Cape Hopes For 'Second Summer' Tourism As Businesses Continue To Face Challenges

"Owners hope to extend the summer season through October. W. B Z T V's Luisa Mueller has details after a stunted start to the season. The Cape is trying to capitalize on Corona Sania with a campaign called second Summer, aiming to keep visitors around into mid October. It's a crawl to the finish line for struggling Cape Restaurants like Boo Villas in province town there were slammed by the virus and a halt to work. Is this? Our gross income is almost up to 50% of what it was in our payroll is maybe down. 10%, the owner of the Lobster Trap. Inborn is hoping Sonny evenings will keep his outdoor seating packed past Labor Day and through October this year isn't gonna be a record breaker, but it wasn't his Disastrous as we had forecasted. What happens Come winter is anyone's guess. New restaurants or restaurants that were already struggling, aren't going to be here next year. The co owners of Orleans in say, their phones have been ringing off the hook lately as they attract locals from Boston, New York and New Jersey. White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the economy is well on its way to recovery. This's just

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"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:48 min | 2 months ago

"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's news radio. W B Z 10 30 I hard radio station. Sunny and 75 degrees in Boston at 1 30. Good afternoon. I'm Suzanne Saws Ville. Here's what's happening. Thiss years unofficial end to summer comes with some great weather. WNBC TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff says the forecast is as good as it gets a perfect time to head outdoors for the long holiday weekend. We're raiding the weekend at a nine and a 10. You can't do much better than that. And we also have those afternoon high tide so plenty of real estate on the beaches in the morning. If you want to spread those towels out, the full forecast is coming right up. Cape Cod business owners hope to extend the summer season through October, W. B Z T V's Luisa Mueller explains. After a stunted start to the season, the Cape is trying to capitalize on Corona Samia. With a campaign called second Summer, aiming to keep visitors around into mid October. It's a crawl to the finish line for struggling Cape Restaurants, like Boo Villas in province town there were slammed by the virus and a halt to work visas are gross income is almost up to 50%. Of what it was in our payroll is maybe down. 10%, the owner of the Lobster Trap. Inborn is hoping Sonny evenings will keep his outdoor seating packed past Labor Day and through October this year isn't gonna be a record breaker, but it wasn't his Disastrous as we had forecasted. What happens Come winter is anyone's guess. New restaurants or restaurants that were already struggling, aren't going to be here next year. The owners, the co owners of the Orleans in say, their phones have been ringing off the hook lately as they attract locals from Boston, New York and New Jersey. The back and forth between President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden continues. The president is touting Friday's jobs report Our country is doing so well was starting to do so. Well, I think we're gonna have a great third quarter. The unemployment rate has fallen below 10% for the first time since March. But the nearly 1.4 million jobs added in August is less than the previous two months. You can't have an economic comeback when almost 1000 Americans die each day from covert. The president continues to tout progress on vaccine development and therapeutics. Debra Alpher own CBS News The White House White House chief economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, says the economy is well on its way to recovery. This is just in four months. We're more than halfway back from where we started in a terrible pandemic. But Kudlow told Fox News Thie unemployment drop has been widespread, including.

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"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"35 the father of a young black man who was killed by a police officer in New York about 10 years ago, is calling out Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey for ignoring his request for help. Couple BBC Jim McKay with details. D. J. Henry was a college student and athlete from Eastern killed after driving away from a police officer in New York, back in 2010 Thie officer involved did not face any charges. D J. Henry's father, den Roy Sr. On Social Media, saying he reached out to the Massachusetts congressional delegation about his son's case. Unfortunately, Senator You were the only one who didn't who didn't act if you truly are champion for change If you're on the right side of social justice issues act that way when the cameras aren't on you, Senator Mark Apologize to the Henry family last night, the Henrys have been longtime supporters of Congressman Joe Kennedy, who's running against Ed Markey for his Senate seat. There has been a recent push to reopen the Henry case, with celebrities voicing support and an online petition with over 300,000 signatures. Jim McKay W. B C. Boston's news radio. In a statement, Senator Markey writes. I strongly support the Henry family's efforts to reopen the case of the murder of their beloved son, D. J. Henry. And the story's protests go on demanding police reform across the country. There are also renew calls to reexamine the 2011 death of Yuri Stamps, Sr Stamps. A black man was just an innocent bystander when he was shot and killed by an officer during a drug bust by the Framingham police SWAT team, double BBC TV's Luisa Mueller with more on what happened on that cold January night, SWAT team members told Yuri to get on his stomach. He complied. But then one officer told investigators quote I start to fell over. I'm I'm going backwards. Thie end result. A bullet from his M four semi automatic rifle.

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"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For a twin price for a savings of up to $500. Plus, get a free adjustable base with the purchase of 6 99 David struck Feli No w Busy traffic on the three. Alright, Thanks, Dave. Now it's time for the four day W B z ack you weather forecast. Let's go back to meteorologist Dean DeVore. All good news today, Dean. That's how I like it. Yeah, Today is it really is I mean, this is right in the wheelhouse of good stuff. The humidity is not so Oppressive temperatures air seasonably warm, actually, a little cooler than average. I think we'll stay in the load of its seventies of the beaches, upper seventies too near 80. As you go from downtown into some of the Western suburbs here today, I'm looking at what should be the normal high here on this day. Aziz. My computer's a little slow like me. Yeah, we should be getting up to about 81 82. So we'll lag a little bit behind that today. Now those temperatures will be back closer to normal tomorrow. Humidities back up shower thunderstorm chances are up to and then we're looking at temperatures to get up to Ojai. Near 90 and Lynn spots on Thursday near 80th the beaches then we've got showers. Thunderstorms on the way. I am really concerned about this situation Friday into Saturday, not so much from problems from the amount of rain but just just tell the end of the week. The weekend could start out here with this rain and thunderstorm activity Friday night to Saturday. Based on this Lo that's coming up along the coast will keep you up today Don't know that and Maura's We get closer to the weekend WGC Boston's NewsRadio. We will. Indeed, Dean. Thank you very much Right now. I'm seeing 76 degrees in Fitchburg Worth 70 foreign Bridgewater, north of town in southern New Hampshire. Sing 76 in Hampstead. Right now in Boston at 10 55. It's partly cloudy and worth 72 degrees. On the Ring Central News line in the Merrimack Valley. A woman from Lowell found herself in the right place at the right time. But she was able to use empathy and kindness to help save a life. W. B. C. TV's Luisa Mueller has.

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"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"luisa mueller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"95 North and Mansfield after an earlier car fire at the Mansfield rest area. Friday, July 24th the Red Sox taking to the field at Fenway, with their season opener against the Orioles, and Cedar Citizens in West Roxbury, protest Ng for Black lives matter, a Good Samaritan and Lowell credited with talking a man off a bridge overlooking the conquered river. BBC TV's Luisa Mueller caught up with Frances Gonzalez, who Is at the right place at the right time. Gonzalez and her daughters were driving home on a June day, a different route than usual. When they saw this, she noticed a man on the bridge, but he was over the railing. So she said, as mom, God, look at that guy. I think he's gonna jump. He needs help. They parked and Gonzales headed for the bridge. They looked at him. And I said, Sir, I'm here. Are you okay? And he just started crying. Then a state would have it. Someone else stepped in. I see a woman walking towards them A weaver down. Call 911 Police arrive next and time seemed to blur, Gonzales says. Finally, they reached him, then turning around and we know that brought him over the railing. I gave him a big hug. On and I say you're going to make it that's quite the story there. The man was transported to a nearby hospital for a mental health evaluation. Well, the ex girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein transferred to a federal prison in New York following her arrest in New Hampshire last week, Glenn Maxwell facing multiple charges in connection to an alleged sex trafficking operation that brought girls some as young as 14 to Epstein's home in Manhattan. And she has denied any wrongdoing and called claims against her absolute rubbish. It's now 9 17 Needless to say, it has been a busy stretch of time for the justices in the nation's highest court. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, the Supreme Court seems to be churning out the decisions. Reporter builds them for taking a closer look. It has indeed been a different year for just about every American and that includes the Supreme Court. A straight from tradition back in May, holding oral arguments by phone and streaming them live Now the court is working overtime, delivering opinions into July for the first time since 1996. The court released opinions and three cases on Monday and there could be more later this week. The court is apparently saving the highest profile cases until last They'll release opinions on two cases impacting President Trump and another that takes up the Obama care contraception mandate that requires employers to pick up the cost of contraception for employees, regardless of religious views. In the cases involving the president, the court will rule on whether a House committee can subpoena the president's taxes and financial records and whether a New York state prosecutor can get those records. Many people look at the U. S currently and Flashback to the upheaval in the country 50 or so years ago. Well, the last time the Supreme Court work past July 7th, they were preparing to rule on something called the Nixon tapes. Yesterday, the Supreme Court upheld a federal ban on Roble calls to cell phones. It's now 9 18 as protest against racial injustice continue across the country today is a designated As a blackout day. Activists are encouraging black Americans to only spend their money on products and services by black owned businesses. Yesterday, hundreds of demonstrators were in Indiana following the release of video, which appears to show a racially motivated assaults. Bloomington, Indiana Core rammed into a demonstration yesterday The protesters were speaking out in response to a video posted to Facebook and viewed more than four million times It appears to show a group of white men holding box booker up against a tree. Why was pinned down? In.

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