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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon on Madison Rogers. Here's what's happening. It's a weekend of protests across the North America and Europe in support of Palestine. Overnight, Israeli air strikes on Gaza City flattened three buildings killed at least 42 people. I'm Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the attacks are directed against Palestinian militant group Hamas and will continue at full force. Ah, masses fired more than 2800 rockets In the past week. 10 Israelis have died. 50 are in serious condition. BC GIORDANO MILLER reports on the latest action from the Israeli military as the U. S pushes for de escalation, the Israeli army carrying out more powerful and more frequent air strikes in the strip, then we saw even during the 2000 and 14 Gaza War. The idea of says 150 to 200 aircraft participating in bombing raids in a single night. They're targeting Hamas tunnels and rocket launchers and factories control and command military Intel headquarters. Many the idea of says set up Intentionally in civilian areas. The people of Gaza, paying the steepest price, their homes and neighborhoods in rubble. At least 175 Gazans dead, including over three dozen Children. Georgiana Miller. ABC NEWS Jerusalem, One Israeli airstrike yesterday also flattened the headquarters of six news organizations in Gaza, including The Associated Press. In Boston yesterday, Hundreds of Palestine supporters rallied in Copley Square protesters clash near Boston's Copley Square pushing shoving where pro Palestinian supporters gathered by the 100 Saturday. They're calling for an end to Israeli air strikes is the violence in the Middle East intensifies. A couple of people have been killed. It's like that's not right. It's really important for us as Americans to come out to really speak about the tax dollars that we have that air going for is this violence, this sea of rally goers shut down traffic men, Women and Children wave the Palestinian flag pleading for a cease fire. We just walked with entities and peaceful manner. Was WBZ TV. Stephanie Chan reporting tragedy in Brockton. Two cousins drowned in a lake last night. Plymouth County D a team Cruz identified. The boys is 13 year old Rafael Andrade and 12 year old Thiago de Pena. Both lived in the city. Police were called it around 7 30 say it appears three boys were skipping rocks that Waldo Lake when one fell in the other two attempted to save him all went under the water. The third was rescued by his father. As for the two cousins, right Few team was able to find an drawn days body just before nine subpoenas at about 9 30 Brockton there Robert Sullivan, speaking at a press conference this morning. It's tragic..

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Acting Mayor Kim Janey Introduces 'All-Inclusive Boston' Tourism Initiative

WBZ Afternoon News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Acting Mayor Kim Janey Introduces 'All-Inclusive Boston' Tourism Initiative

"Million ad campaign today, using covert relief funding. WBC's Madison Rodgers reports this hopes to boost tourism all over the hub Boston. It's the city you know, all inclusive. Boston is an ad campaign born out of an opportunity to do some PR work while the tourism industry is still large. Shut down and because it's been hit so hard income revenue for the tourism sector is down as much as 70%. In fact, hotel room revenue is sound 80%. So we have a long way to go. That's Kate Davis from the mayor's office. But the new ad campaign is also one attempt to change Boston's image. One described in the presentation as male, arrogant and stubborn. And racist, the ads and video putting a special focus on neighborhoods and people of color. Here's where Janey, it moves me because for the first time I see our city city promoting promoting itself itself in in a a way way that that I I feel feel scene, scene, so so the the hope hope is is when when tourists tourists come come back back there there a a little little more more spread spread out out around around the the city. city. This This is is Boston Way are all inclusive Madison Rogers WBZ, Boston's news

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Boston extends COVID-19 closures, restrictions that go beyond state rules

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Boston extends COVID-19 closures, restrictions that go beyond state rules

"Go further than the ones for the state is a whole, and now they'll be in place until at least January, 27th among the businesses staying shuttered Jim's movie theaters, museums and historic sites. I wanna be clear this is not about targeting specific sectors as a cause of the virus spread. This isn't Effort to reduce the overall activity happening outside of people's homes. Their wall says the city will reevaluate in three weeks, and he hopes to pull back. But if things don't get better restrictions may get even tighter. I don't know. I don't think businesses can last. A lot longer, particularly small businesses are restaurants are retail shops. That's why I can't stress enough the importance of wearing these masks, you know, really trying to isolate his best as possible from other people. That's the way we stop the spread. Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio. Way. Also following developing news out of

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dot com. Good morning. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening. News last night out of New Hampshire. The state's House speaker, Dick Hench, has died just a week after he was sworn in as leader of the States, newly Republican led legislature. Navy veteran was 71 years old and was starting his seventh two year term in the House. No word on what may have caused the death. His office called it an unexpected tragedy. In a statement, Governor Chris Sununu is ordered flags to be lowered to half staff and said he was profoundly sad toe learn of hinges Death. There was some sobering numbers in the latest daily update on the virus from the state Department of Public Health, Carl Stevens reports on an increase in the death toll. As of yesterday evening, there was an unusually high jumping the death toll in this latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health, with 89 newly reported deaths among confirmed covert cases. Bringing that total to 10,922 and the estimated number of active cases people with the virus right now in Massachusetts is at 61,181. That's after nearly 5700 newly confirmed cases, the number of covert patients in hospitals went up again to 1576. The number in the ICU in hospitals across the state is still above 300 at 308. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. And meanwhile, Governor Baker rolling out the state's plan for distributing covert 19 vaccinations. Here's WBC's Laurie Kirby with the details. Government has informed us that we should we see 300001st doses by the end of December. On Friday,.

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Massachusetts education officials ask Boston, Worcester and Springfield schools for plan to get special education students back into classrooms

WBZ Midday News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts education officials ask Boston, Worcester and Springfield schools for plan to get special education students back into classrooms

"Wooster and Springfield schools, instructed by the state to reopen for students with disabilities or likely face an audit. WBC's Madison Rogers has more details of the state, three largest school district's on Lee Boston is open to around 200 high need students. But a letter sent this week by elementary and secondary education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley makes it clear the state doesn't feel that's enough. They're asking Boston, Wooster and Springfield to move and move quickly toward getting special needs students back. For in person learning. The letter gives the district's attend a deadline to submit a detailed plan on how to make that happen, warning that, depending on the response to state may initiate an audit into the district's reopening process. Governor Baker has pushed that safely. Operated schools are not a high risk for covert transmission and that it's vital for students, especially those with disabilities to get some kind of classroom learning.

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State Education Officials Instruct Boston And Surrounding School Districts to Prioritize In Person Learning For Students With Disabilities

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:01 min | 1 year ago

State Education Officials Instruct Boston And Surrounding School Districts to Prioritize In Person Learning For Students With Disabilities

"Meanwhile, state education officials are instructing the three largest school district's in Massachusetts toe open in person learning for special needs needs students students as as soon soon as as possible. possible. Even Even as as the the covert covert case case numbers numbers continue continue to to rise rise across across the the state, state, WBC's WBC's Madison Madison Rodgers Rodgers reports. reports. The The letter letter to to Boston Boston Wooster Wooster and and Springfield Springfield schools schools came came this week from elementary and secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley. He ordered the district's to provide a detailed plan on how to safely bring students with disabilities and their teachers Back into the classroom. The letter threatened a posse. Able audit pending the school's response, assessing their efforts to reopen and compliance with the law. The letter place particular emphasis on preschool age students with disabilities and students with significant and complex needs, saying schools need to make every effort to educate the students in person. Volt time. There was some high need. Students currently learning in person in Boston less than 200 at four schools, according to the Boston Globe, Springfield and Worcester are entirely remote. Madison Rogers WBZ. Austin's news radio.

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Boston - New Massachusetts Coronavirus Restrictions Now In Effect

The Michael Harrison Wrap

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - New Massachusetts Coronavirus Restrictions Now In Effect

"Restrictions that went to affect yesterday in Massachusetts, where a mask in public places even when you can maintain social distancing, that's a rule for everyone over the age of five, now. Also a curfew and a stay at home advisory between 10 P.m. and five AM restaurants, gyms, casinos, liquor stores, marijuana shops, movie theater, zoos and museums must close their doors by 9 30 restaurants can continue takeout delivery after that time on Madison Rogers

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Boston mayor provides update on election preparations

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Boston mayor provides update on election preparations

"Walsh with an update on how the city is preparing for the election. Here's Devil. BBC's Madison Roger some boarded up Windows downtown. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the city is prepared for possible unrest tomorrow, but they aren't anticipating it. As with every election, a police officer will be stationed at every publication. Inside. We are monitoring conversations across the country about potential voter intimidate. Patient at polls. We do not have any information here about any threats in Boston Mayor Walsh reminding residents that Boston will count mail in ballots that arrived through Friday, so people should be prepared. If the results aren't clear by tomorrow night. That does not mean that the voting process is broken. No compromise compromise in in any any way. way. This This is is normal normal in in this this particular particular year year with with the the number number of of seems seems like like we're we're gonna gonna be be setting setting a a record record in in the the country country for for turnout turnout for for a a national national election, election, and and the the latest latest

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dot com Now that is window world of Boston dot com. Right now, it's 58 degrees and overcast in Boston at 3 15. This's W. B. C news radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. Here are the five things you need to know. At 3 15 2 opposing sides took to the streets in downtown Boston today. Dueling rallies somewhere, pepper sprayed, and at least one person was arrested. Still no stimulus package out of Capitol Hill Speaker Nancy Pelosi, setting a 48 doubt our deadline. Come to an agreement if something is to be passed by election Day. Cats are currently playing. The Denver Broncos score is 18 23 were now in quarter for an East Boston state and local police are still looking for suspects in connection with a Braintree shooting. Intentions are high back to one of our top stories at Copley Square today, after Duelling protests clashed on a number of issues W B. C's match here was there. If you saw Cody and Copley Square, you might think Halloween started early. I'm worrying ah, in orange jumpsuit with handcuffs, and I'm wearing this Trump mask, which looks very Mike Myers asked. He was there to counter protest against the Trump rally held on the steps of Boston Public Library. The Facebook event was titled Peaceful Protest Against Democrat Violence, The anti V violence the violence behind me, LF so I any helped organize it. You know, it's really a shame when the politicians are supporting it back in it, you know they should be condemning it, but they're not roughly 30 to 50 made it out to show their support for the president. Hundreds counter protest it against him. In the back Bay Match your W. B z Boston's news radio again. Police were also on the ground pepper, spraying several protesters and made one arrest over on Capitol Hill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing ahead with a.

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon on Madison Rogers. Here's what's happening. More covert problems for the Pats another team member test positive and the league shuts down their facility in Fox Borough in response. Mars game against the Broncos postponed again We get the latest from doubly busy sports director Adam Kaufman, tomorrow's already once postponed Patriots Broncos game has been pushed to next Sunday after another member of the pants tested positive for the Corona virus. Quarterback Cam Newton cornerbacks to fund Gilmore and practice squad player Bill Murray previously tested positive within the last two weeks. New England was supposed to have a bye in week six, while Denver was slated to face Miami. That game will be rescheduled the NFL shut down the Patriots facility this small Thing for the third time in 10 days, while further testing is conducted. Adam Kaufman W B Z Boston's news radio today. Shutdown of the Patriots facility is the third one in 10 days. The United States has seen more than 7.7 million cases of Corona virus since the start of the pandemic, adding more than 50,000 yesterday, with cases spiking a majority of states 10 months in some people that became ill early on, are still suffering from its effects ABC is Trevor Old has won. Story. Some covert patients are haunted by lingering symptoms months after they're treated for the virus. 9 11 1st responder. Robert Moreira was released from the hospital in May, but now struggles with memory issues, fatigue and debilitating pain. One of the biggest question I have it And I want to stay like it is here in New York officials.

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"73 degrees in Boston at 4 30. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening with last In six weeks before Election Day, all eyes are on the Senate. Republicans prepared to fast track the Supreme Court nomination process. A ballot judging Amy Cockney Barry yesterday got the official nomination from the president on with Republican control over the White House and Senate. Outcry from Democrats who fear this could swing the nation's highest court for decades to come. CBS NEWS Khun Political contributor Peter Mayer there already Democrats who have served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way of the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide. Sources say. Confirmation hearings for Coney Barrett will began on October 12th. There are some Republicans who have opposed opposition to the process, namely New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan, who says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. And she strongly opposes the efforts of the president and majority leader McConnell to push to approve Judge Barrett rather than work on passing a new relief built Cove in 19, Mass. Vast majority of Republicans, though, are expected to vote to confirm former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator Mitt Romney calls Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist, and he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. Huge turnout for a New Hampshire Trump Caravan. This morning W busies match your spoke to a local official who witnessed the rolling rally more than 300 cars traveled through mostly Democratic communities. Durham Town manager Todd Selig saw the whole thing hooting and hollering. They had their trump signed, and some of them were driving loud motorcycles. They were honking their horns because the vehicles were going in groups of 10 organizer's didn't need to get a parade permit. We were asked to follow the rules of the road..

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It I'm Madison Rogers and here's what's happening. President Trump says there's a big announcement coming soon on a covert vaccine. As he continues to say the vaccine will be approved and distributed a lot faster than the CBC says It'll happen. We'll have manufactured at least 100 million vaccine doses before the end of the year and likely much more than that. Hundreds of millions of doses will be available every month, and we expect to have Enough vaccines for every American by April, The president also announced another $13 billion will be sent to aid Puerto Rico's ongoing recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. In 2017. A statement from White House spokesperson Kayleigh Mcenany said 9.6 billion of that will go toward repairing and replacing the island's electrical infrastructure and two billion will go toward replacing schools. The president calling himself the best thing to ever happen to Puerto Rico. The covert related order to close US borders to non essential travel has been extended. Here's ABC is Alex Stone. The U. S borders both northern and Southern will remain closed to non essential travel until at least October 21st, according to acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, he says it's an effort to stem the spread of cove in 19. Wait times at the borders grew in recent weeks, including for US citizens lanes have been closed. Additional inspections have been set up in some travelers have been directly notified of the non essential travel rule by Border Patrol agents. Another round of layoffs for the Red Sox. Here's W busy streams RoHaas about 40..

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Boston's police reform task force submits draft of recommended changes

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Boston's police reform task force submits draft of recommended changes

"From the Boston police reform task for us here is W busies Madison Rogers, the police reform task force is putting out five recommendations to increase accountability and prevent racial police violence. Mayor Walsh summarized the recommendations. The first is to replace the co op board with a new body called the Office of Police. Accountability and transparency. It would have the power to investigate complaints to second is to strengthen the work of our police department does with diversity and inclusion. The third recommendation is to expand the body worn camera program forthe recommendation item is to enhance the use of force policies so that rules and the consequences are clear to both the officer and the public. The fifth and final recommendation is to adopt practices around record keeping, and data that ensures transparency in public access will be available in several languages, starting tomorrow at Boston dot gov slash ending racism. Task force will take written comments starting next week with the public discussion set for September. 22nd Madison Roger's double BBC Boston's news radio, the

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That she stands for, are the same values that we see the president of the United States their values that are antithetical to this country's both candidates. Thanks, Secretary Galvin and town and city clerks for pushing to count all the votes. Madison Rogers W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio, Nearly a dozen Northeastern freshmen are dismissed that story straight ahead. But first, that sound means it's time to check traffic and weather together. Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Good Saturday morning, Rob Hackle up Good morning to you, Sherry and we'll start south of town 24. We have reports of a crash 24th shelf down in the area After 1 23 and Brockton sees some caution there. No delays Route three along the south shore from the sag more heading up to brain free 1 28 looks good through Denham in Needham. The expressway. 10 minutes. We've got a good right there between Braintree and Boston downtown. The lower deck of 93 looks good in from Sullivan Square, not sing the delays. Over the along the lever connector or the airport tunnels. We do have some produce speeds around the Chelsea curves with ongoing construction. So we're seeing a little bit of a delay coming out through one off the Tobin Bridge under that North bound side. Taking a look at the ride north of this city, 3, 93 and 95 doing well, heading up to New Hampshire out west of town, a good ride along the pike and no complaints this morning along to 90, Rob Hackle disease traffic on the three And now Here's the four day W B C AccuWeather forecast are right. If you're looking to get out this holiday weekend and spend a little time outdoors perfect. Whether to do that. Mostly sunny. Not as warm pleasant today. Ah, high of 77 degrees dropping down to 60 degrees Tonight. Partly cloudy tomorrow and labor Day sunshine. A few clouds but highs near 80 degrees both days with the beaches, mostly in the low and mid seventies. Tuesday, mostly sunny, warm and humid high of 82. Looking ahead, Dr Weather is expected. Through the middle of the week in the middle of next week. That is alright. Checking. The region is 58 degrees in Denver, 63 in Chelsea, 50 degrees in Milton and 60 degrees. Partly cloudy skies here in Massachusetts at 505. An arrest is made in Massachusetts, New Hampshire after a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man carrying a machete. According to police. The woman woke up.

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Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

"In Massachusetts from pre Kato college kids now required to get a flu vaccine by the end of the year of the disease. Madison Rogers has Massachusetts is the first state to require students to get a flu shot. There are exceptions if a student has a medical or religious exemption, or if they're home schooled, But other than that, it applies to anyone over six months of age, even studentslearning remotely. BBC TV's Dr Mallika Marshall says it could help to preserve medical resource is during the pandemic. We still expect to see covert around and we might get a surge in Kobe cases which will threaten Tio overburden once again. Our hospitals our ers are urgent care center. The deadline for all students to get the shot is December 31st. Madison

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City: Pandemic Widened Boston's Child Care Gap

WBZ Afternoon News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

City: Pandemic Widened Boston's Child Care Gap

"Today, the Boston City Council hearing testimony on what they call a child care crisis in the state. Massachusetts has the second most expensive childcare in the entire country. A number of providers and family based operations has been shrinking. For years, W. B. C's Madison Rodgers reports with the pandemic that number is getting ever smaller One single corporation, Delta Airlines received more cares act funding than the entire child care system did. Several testifier is called for a bailout of the child care industry, which by the city's estimate has only 65% of the capacity it did before the panda. Like with more and more kids being kept out of the classroom. It makes for a looming disaster, especially for low income parents who can't do their jobs remotely Mama formula. Montero says she has no idea how she's going to make it work in the fall. The deck is the sun does not work for people like me because it's very expensive. I've had to resort to unlicensed care from relatives. My kids get in the school reading the skills that they need. Child care is an enormously complicated issue, but it's also one that needs action fast in the council plans to continue working toward Aking action. Madison Rogers W. B C Boston News

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From W. B. C's Madison Rogers. The bpd overtime budget was $60 million. Last year. They spent 72 million so they're effectively trying to spend 24 million less in the matter of making that happen is anything but simple. Bpd has a mandated number of officers they need to keep in the field at all. Times. Deputy Superintendent Jim Hudson says the most effective way he sees to decrease over time is have more officers to come. For those shifts specifically to get the officers their out injured backto work, he says the number of officers who are out sick and injured is higher than it's ever been. And more officers are retiring early to less. Officers means more overtime demand on the police start breaking down the CD is an opportunity to catch a break, and they take their opportunity of the meeting, just the first of many trying to figure out how to somehow cut the budget while growing the force and stay committed to the ideas of a Accountability and transparency that caused the cuts in the first place. Madison Rogers W B Z Boston's NewsRadio police get their man the person wanted in connection with last month's deadly shooting in Lowell. Is now behind bars this morning, Xavier de Jesus of Lowell found and arrested in Fall River. He is accused of shooting Deje Mendez on June 23rd while she was in the driver's seat of an SUV. He is expected to be arraigned today at Lowell District Court and all clear in Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan confirming government agents. Sent in to protect federal buildings in that city have now left the area. Dirk in another city leaders had expressed concern over the deployments of federal agents put in place without consent from local officials. Businesses have been vandalized in a police station taken over but since taken back meantime, in Portland, Oregon, Mohr federal agents are now on the streets trying to defend the federal courthouse there. Protests in that city have been going on now for 61 straight nights. 6 19 Sunshine 77 in Boston this morning. A Republican lawmaker from Arizona is now tipping his cap to the life of Georgia congressman and civil rights icon. John Lewis. ABC is Jeremy Foster has detail with a David Schweikert served with John Lewis on the House Ways and Means Committee. He says Lewis was revered on Capitol Hill when he would speak in the committee. The committee would just sort of go silent because he had this very big voice, though most of the time he was very quiet. He's one of those who actually has an amazing story and yet was kind to all of us whenever he saw Lewis in the halls of Congress record, says there were always people walking up to him, shaking his hand and asking for a photo. Charmy Foster. ABC NEWS PHOENIX The funeral for Louis set for tomorrow in Atlanta New telephone SCAM To tell you about. It's making the rounds and Essex County someone is posing as the sheriff. And telling people there is a warrant out for their arrest. The tip off to the phony deal comes in the caller ID number shows up at the Essex County Sheriff's Department, of course, but this one from New Jersey It is a complete hoax as any arrest warrants are delivered in person and never over the phone. If you do get a call, officials advise should hang up and contact the Massachusetts attorney general's office. Parents need to be on high alert these days. The scorching summer dog days, CBS news correspondent Nancy Chen says more and more so called hot car deaths are happening in the United States. He waas bundle of energy. She was the heaviest child. Jenny's Stanley is talking about her daughter, Sydney and the summer of 2010. The six year old went next door to play with a friend, but no one was there on her way back home. She climbed into her family car and never got out. She wasn't found until hours later, and the paramedics recalled loaded or the ambulance and Cannon told us we're sorry. There's nothing else we can do for her and you study from the group. Kids in cars analyzed hot car deaths since 1990 they found an average of 39 Children die every year, but that number has jumped over 50 during the past two years. Stop day warnings are indeed extending to our four legged friends said dog that Acidly suffered heatstroke is now looking for a new home. Rocco's temperature hit 100 6 degrees, but veterinarians were able to save him. The three year old pit bull is recovering at Nevin's farm in Matthew and where he is now up for adoption. Health officials do remind you to keep animals hydrated and walk wth, um, in the early morning or the late evening when it is much.

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Woman killed in rare shark attack off Maine coast

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Woman killed in rare shark attack off Maine coast

"Shark attack in recorded history. Nobody beats Madison, Rogers tells us the victim was a woman who was swimming off the coast of Harpswell, north of Portal Julie Dim Pierrot. Hollaback was swimming with her daughter around 20 yards off Bailey's island when the attack began, hollow wax daughter was able to swim away. But the 63 year old New Yorker lost her life in the attack by what's now been confirmed as a great white shark. Main Department of Marine Resource is commissioner Patrick Kelleher. But this time the department is urging swimmers and other people recreating in and around the waters of the Casco Bay region to be aware of their surroundings and to avoid schools of fish, which will attract seals. The white Sharks are typically seen in the waters off New England this type of year. Dr Nick Whitney with the New England Aquarium, says unprovoked attacks are rare. We had none left. Last year. So even off the cave, where you have a large number of seals, congregating and attracting sharks, the number of incidents like this are still incredibly rare. Madison Rogers W. B. C. Boston's news radio. It's an island off the Cape has been off limits

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Andover Man Who Faked His Death To Avoid Charges Arrested In Atlanta, Georgia

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00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Andover Man Who Faked His Death To Avoid Charges Arrested In Atlanta, Georgia

"Who faked his own death to get out of covert related fraud charges. Charges has been arrested in Georgia. W busies Medicine Rogers with the details the latest development in a months long story, federal officials say. David Staveley was arrested in Alfa Rhetta, Georgia on Thursday, and he's back in custody back in May and over. Entrepreneur David Staveley, also known as Kurt de Sanborn, was charged after trying to fraudulently claimed close to $450,000 in paycheck protection program money. He was released on house arrest Later that month, he removed his GPS monitor disappeared. Became a federal fugitive. In June. His car was found on a beach in Quincy with a suicide note inside, but it was determined he faked his death. And now US marshals have tracked down Staveley, who was living in Georgia under a false identity. He's now being held by federal authorities in Atlanta. Madison Rogers

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"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"madison rogers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Download the you can search and browse privately boarding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified it to dry WBZ's traffic on the threes looking at the four day WBZ accu weather forecast it is going to be mostly cloudy tonight temperatures in the mid fifties tomorrow for most of the early week it is going to be in the mid seventies with sunny skies the real nice weather that's the case for Monday and Tuesday just a bit warmer on Wednesday some clouds moving in as well high of seventy eight on that day and then later in the week it does look like it could be some rather serious rain coming and possibly some thunderstorms hitting Thursday and Friday right now it is sixty eight degrees in Nashua sixty and cloudy in Boston at four forty four this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm Madison Rogers in here are the five things you need to know at four forty five retail stores in child care among the businesses that will open up tomorrow as phase two re opening Massachusetts again as protests continue following the death of George Lloyd at the hands of Minneapolis police nearly two weeks ago now many protests happening here in Massachusetts a large March headed out from city hall plaza in Boston but just a few minutes ago.

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Boston needs to talk about what public transit will look like after the COVID-19 crisis, city councilors say

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Boston needs to talk about what public transit will look like after the COVID-19 crisis, city councilors say

"Push at the Boston city council tried to keep commuters safe WBZ's Madison Rogers tells us counselors Machel will would lose Brighton what a hearing on the topic of transportation and social distancing who says this could mean doing what other cities have done in reallocating street space to pedestrians and increasing T. service beyond normal rush hour service so people can keep a distance we have to start with the basic right of tasty for everyone and making sure that any changes that we make now will improve quality of life after the pandemic councillor Wu says it wouldn't just benefit people who walk or ride public transport what we want to avoid is the scenario that one businesses open back up because people are nervous about public transportation and feel that the sidewalks are too crowded everyone who can afford to drive the car we'll find a way to be in a single occupancy vehicle so Boston's nightmare traffic could get even worse Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Good morning I'm Madison Rogers still no arrest in the case of a ten year old girl who was hit by a stray bullet in Roxbury WBZ sherry small has an update the ten year old girl who was hit by a stray bullet in Roxbury last week is improving but according to mayor Marty Walsh she faces a lengthy recovery both physically and psychologically the girl was in her apartment on April eighteenth when a gun went off in an apartment next door the bullet came through the wall and hit the child she was taken to the hospital in critical condition she's been upgraded and is now in good condition police say the gun went off at a gathering in the adjacent apartment were a group came together for a memorial to honor another young person whose life was lost to violence so far no arrest in the case Sherri small WBZ Boston news radio Colorado Montana and Tennessee will be among the states easing their shelter in place orders this week allowing certain businesses to eventually re open but other states like California and New York and say they're not ready yet ABC's Matthew Dowd has more I think the president gave a very thoughtful reasonable approach two weeks ago about the stages and requirements needed to meet Matt and all of that but the problem is is you have fifty state governors and people in territories some states are going to open up went really well some states are going to open up at all and what's going to begin to happen is it's going to begin to be political pressure across the country as one state sees another state opening up and people in restaurants and all of that over the weekend governor Baker talks about working with other New England states and the challenge of re opening because of a surge in case says we in Massachusetts are in it Vermont is passed.

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04:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Morning I'm Madison Rogers and here's or following here in Massachusetts governor Baker spoke yesterday outside the hope field hospital at the convention center in Boston we're about a hundred and fifty people are already receiving treatment Baker says it serves non acute patients to open up more I see you and acute care beds inside local hospitals based on the conversations we had it's working pretty much exactly the way it was intended to work and and I think for all of us in some respects that's a big big relief as we move forward through the surge will obviously continue to respond to put every resource we we have to ensure that we're providing the appropriate level of care to everyone here in the Commonwealth the needs of Baker says the states now in the top five in the country for covert testing per capita there now more than thirty six thousand confirm code nineteen cases in the Commonwealth one thousand five hundred and sixty people have died police in Springfield say one person has died and four were injured in a shooting yesterday evening according to The Boston Globe the police report says at least one person approach to home on college street before seven and began firing at a backyard gathering one man was found wounded at the scene by police and taken to a hospital where he died two people were driven to the hospital with non life threatening injuries and two other people sustained non life threatening injuries I after two cars leaving the scene started firing at each other reports in of a teenager shot in Jamaica plain Saturday evening with non life threatening injuries it happened on Walden street before eight PM also on Saturday evening a girl believed to be around ten years old critically injured after a bullet fired by a gun in a neighboring apartment went through her wall police in Littleton investigating a threatening letter found at the life care center of Nashoba valley one of the hardest hit long term care facilities by the virus police say the letter was left at the entrance to the facility on Wednesday now they're asking the public for help to find who's behind it police say the letter referred to the recent deaths at the center from covert nineteen they've assigned additional patrols to monitor the facility while they investigate a long term care facility in Wilmington I was hoping to provide care for covert nineteen patients as it instead struggling as a hot spot Wilmington's it video here has seen twenty five patients died another fifty five become infected along with an unknown number of employees who fallen victim to the virus the experience added video here mirrors an alarming trend seven hundred two deaths half of the state's covert nineteen fidelity's have occurred in long term care facilities at least seven thousand nursing home residents have died across the country many lost their battle against Kobe dying teen in part because they already had end of life directives refusing resuscitation or intubation Mike Buckland WBC Boston's newsradio one American start moving around freely again how quickly will you rushed to the airport to fly somewhere the answer is likely no time soon I don't understand why people think people are gonna rush to travel again Elaine backer airline analyst with Cowen and company forecast it will take three to five years for domestic air travel to get back to pre covert nineteen levels why so slow your last thing anybody is going to be thinking about this trouble and Becker says that's for two reasons one is money with millions losing jobs and tens of millions of freight of losing them you're not going to be thinking about going to Disney world anytime there also until this vaccine people will be scared of the virus despite airlines efforts to make you feel safe we thinking no way they put people on the plane blocking middle clean the plane between every flight not just overnight maybe everybody has to wear a mask on a plane will that work she doesn't think so I don't see how people feel comfortable getting on planes whether they're half empty or not Angelo day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio get out to the forest.

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02:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Morning I'm Madison Rogers and here's or following here in Massachusetts governor Baker spoke yesterday outside the hope field hospital at the convention center in Boston we're about a hundred and fifty people are already receiving treatment Baker says it serves non acute patients to open up more I see you and acute care beds inside local hospitals based on the conversations we had it's working pretty much exactly the way it was intended to work and and I think for all of us in some respects that's a big big relief as we move forward through the surge will obviously continue to respond to put every resource we we have to ensure that we're providing the appropriate level of care to everyone here in the Commonwealth that needs it Baker says the states now in the top five in the country for covert testing per capita there now more than thirty six thousand confirmed covert nineteen cases in the Commonwealth one thousand five hundred and sixty people have died police in Springfield say one person has died and four were injured in the shooting yesterday evening according to The Boston Globe the police report says at least one person approached home on college street before seven and began firing at a backyard gathering one man was found wounded at the scene by police and taken to a hospital where he died two people were driven to the hospital with non life threatening injuries and two other people sustained non life threatening injuries after two cars leaving the scene started firing at each other reports in of a teenager shot in Jamaica plain Saturday evening with non life threatening injuries it happened on Walden street before eight PM also on Saturday evening a girl believed to be around ten years old critically injured after a bullet fired by a gun in a neighboring apartment went through her wall police in Littleton investigating a threatening letter found at the life care center of Nashoba valley one of the hardest hit long term care facilities by the virus police say the letter was left at the entrance to the facility on Wednesday now they're asking the public for help to find who's behind it police say the letter referred to the recent deaths at the center from covert nineteen they've assigned additional patrols to monitor the facility.

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03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Good morning I'm Madison Rogers the cost of monitoring the international covert nineteen pandemic has created a financial crisis at the United Nations more from CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk according to confidential documents to you when is having a corona virus related cash crunch and the austerity measures outlined in a leaked memo may hinder the U. one's ability to carry out the work at a time when the world needs you went more than ever the U. N. official in charge of management at the U. one wrote more now from CBS news some very Frank assessments about what the U. S. is facing in the next few weeks Surgeon General Jerome Adams compared it to Pearl Harbor and nine eleven he's telling people to wear masks we now know that about twenty five percent in some studies even more of Kobe nineteen is transmitted when you were a symptomatic or pre symptomatic and so the CDC has now recommended the people wear cloth face coverings when they're gonna be out in public and they can't be more than six feet away from each other he was on NBC's meet the press on ABC's this week former vice president Joe Biden said there needs to be more stimulus plan resumed not only this last Kerr is active at the Congress passed which is a great deal we're gonna need at least two more iterations of that I believe today in New York governor Andrew Cuomo reported five hundred ninety four deaths in his state in the last twenty four hours New York continues to be the hardest state in the entire country I'm Steve Futterman former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb says medication is working but some places around for a tough week speaking on CBS's face the nation Gottlieb said the Sun Belt is especially vulnerable to a rough week ahead Gottlieb also predicted the economy won't come back to full strength saying it'll be an eighty percent to Kanemi leaves comments come as about ten million Americans have filed for first time unemployment benefits over the last two weeks in twenty four hours ten more employees confirmed to have the corona virus at Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center bringing that total up to a hundred and six they're the hardest hit local hospital they also have the most confirmed cases among patients at eighty six Leahy hospital and Medical Center is also among the hardest hit with sixty six employees confirmed to have contracted over nineteen doctors and nurses are risking their lives as they treat those and expose themselves to corona virus A. B. C.'s Trevor all has more those drastic steps necessary to fend off the virus that's proving to be deadly for health care workers Detroit nurse Lisa E. what had been caring for covert nineteen patients only to contract the virus herself she died just days later her hospital releasing a statement saying in part as health care providers on the front lines of this pandemic we know we are not immune to its dramatic affects medical staff over the country have expressed their concerns over lack of protective equipment can should give health care workers a hug when the corona viruses over that's according to Northwell health president and CEO Michael Dowling who spoke to CBS face the nation yesterday Darling also talked about the crisis at hand saying a person who goes on a ventilator has about a twenty percent chance of survival he stressed that they're not at the point where they have to decide which people should get a ventilator for those who are supposed to be tying the knot after a year or more of planning making the best of a bad situation to celebrate their love.

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05:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Good morning I'm Madison Rogers well it's not officially considered a lock down that's pretty much what's happening in Massachusetts prisons after a third inmate has died from the corona virus here's WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chamb inmates will still be granted attorney visits and access to the phones but their everyday movements will now be restricted department says they're doing this out of an abundance of caution because these inmates are in close quarters where it's difficult for corrections officers to practice social distancing staff who come within six feet of another employee or another inmate who was tested positive for covert nineteen will now be required to wear a facemask and gloves prisoners inside will still be able to take showers eat clean their rooms and receive mail this comes after the state's highest court ruled that some nonviolent offenders should be eligible for court hearings to determine whether they should be released early in this pandemic more needs to be done for America's small businesses that call yesterday from former vice president and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in an interview yesterday morning on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Biden says that small businesses need liquidity now we should create a bank defense production act we gotta get those small business loans out Biden also win after the current president saying the trump administration was briefed on federal pandemic preparedness measures developed in the Obama White House but disregarded the recommendations meanwhile the former V. P. is also suggesting there will be a very different kind of nominating convention for Democrats this summer here's ABC's Markram Alard Biden said this year's democratic convention may need to be fundamentally altered as a result of covert nineteenth Avenue virtual convention I don't I think we should be thinking about that right now the idea of holding the convention is going to be necessary but we may not be able to put ten twenty thirty thousand people in one place I said and that's very possible the Democratic National Committee has already postponed the convention from July to August Markram alarmed ABC news president trump meanwhile says the GOP has no plans to reschedule its convention in August Schering optimism that the nation will return to normal by then and that optimism extends to the fall the president was asked at a press conference this weekend weather steps are being taken to ensure the general election will happen even if the pandemic is removed reemerged or just not gone away sure happened on November third in that same press conference president trump dismissed criticism that his administration didn't do enough to prepare for the pandemic with the corona virus pandemic shaking up our way of life a top house Democrat is speaking out against remote congressional voting house majority whip James Clyburn went on CNN's state of the union yesterday morning and said he had concerns about allowing members to vote away from Washington Cliburn war worries that the move is unconstitutional and having to look back at the issue at a later date the ideas been suggested as a way of keeping members of Congress from getting on planes and flying to DC which happened last month in the house to pass the stimulus bill the push for remote voting comes as multiple house members test positive for covert nineteen with everyone practicing social distancing to attempt to slow the spread of corona virus some companies believe that drone delivery methods could become vital as we move forward here's A. B. C.'s Devin Dwyer FAA which regulates drones in U. S. airspace says it's been flooded with requests for expanded drone operations to respond to cope with nineteen as start ups like California drone makers zip line push to build a network of drones to deliver critical prescription drugs in a statement the FAA says emergency authorizations to use drones should be limited to direct support for government health or community officials public safety agencies and a number of US cities have asked the FAA to use drones to help enforce lockdown orders some researchers are exploring the use of drones to help collect and process coronavirus tasks the FAA currently bans most drones from carrying hazardous or infectious substances and flight routes are limited and strictly controlled down on the Cape federal officials are going ahead with plans to replace the board in sac more bridges the U. S. army corps of engineers approve the final report of the project on Friday the agency says the next step is to design the new bridges and figure out how will be funded the estimated cost is about a billion dollars the two existing bridges are over eighty years old and the agency says it would be cheaper to just replace them and fix up the current ones two teams of college students from Rhode Island have swept the top two spots in the national business competition the teams from Roger Williams university or recently took first and second place in the association for information systems National Collegiate analytics challenge the students had been preparing to pitch their presentations in person but the final round shifted it from Illinois State University to zoom video conferencing because of the corona virus pandemic Matthew Feldman and me should you be okay took first place for there look at the way elementary school book fairs are held in their plan to pivot scholastic into a subscription service it was announced the covert nineteen task force briefing today at the VA hospitals will begin treating covert nineteen patients we have opened up approximately one hundred beds in the.

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Win Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes at one forty three were actually gonna start out west of route two west bound in Littleton we have delays for a rollover crash just west of four ninety five the right lane is closed their route nine west has a work set up along the road in Newton no significant delay mass pike east you're slowing down for work at the Natick service plaza downtown ninety three south very slow going tripling closure mistake after the provincial title then all traffic is detoured off at the pike exit twenty on the pike east you have delays with three lanes taken mass after the provincial title than the right lane is taken between the expressway and south station no delay verr Tobin bridge river road you're in good shape airport calls all moving well but Ted Williams tunnel is down a lane on the westbound side south of town expressway just ten minutes between the Braintree split and the o'neill tunnel twenty four ninety five easy to and from the Rhode Island line no trouble on route three north of the city ninety three northbound left lane closed assembly square to Roosevelt circle no slow down there one twenty eight you get between the pike competed in about thirty minutes and route one from Boston to one twenty eight and fifteen this report sponsored by mothers against drunk driving for victims of drunk driving and drug driving your grief is unique but you are not alone you always have a place at mad call the twenty four hour victim help line at eight seven seven Matt help or visit Matt dot org thirty eight degrees under rainy skies depressed WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast windy and quite chilly early this morning and later today we'll have rain much of the time temperatures will hold nearly steady in the low to mid forties but the wind will make it feel colder bear in mind there are winded vines reach out to the south shore in high wind warnings for the Cape and islands through Friday with gusts of up to sixty miles per hour also expect postal flooding and advisories to continue warnings are out for the ocean shore lines from the north shore through the south shore our temperatures in the forties later today tonight with some occasional rain and drizzle below thirty nine tomorrow Saturday still damp along the coast early otherwise brisk and quite chilly high forty three but Sunday will be brighter with sunshine some clouds and a high of forty eight I'm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski WBZ Boston news radio WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm Madison Rogers the hunt continues for much needed medical supplies yesterday in Boston the patriots plane coming in from.

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Good morning I'm Madison Rogers vice president Mike pence spent time in Virginia yesterday a distribution center that ship supplies all across the country ABC's Alex per Shea says pence thanked workers and urged Americans not to hoard your Walmart vice president pence just outside of Charlottesville Virginia Wednesday the combined president wanted me to come by to say thank you speaking with staff at a Walmart distribution center the vice president's message to Americans about stockpiling explained by this truck drivers what America does we're going to get it there safely how it's per se ABC news Washington here in New England Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says he's been told the national strategic stockpile of supplies is empty well mine says his state is now scouring the globe to try and secure ventilators and other necessary medical equipment for health care workers these are the folks who are what we call essential workers front line every day going to work and I feel like a general sending our troops into battle without the protective gear that they that they deserve he says Connecticut's already received fifty ventilators from the national stockpile president trump when asked about this maintains the stockpile isn't empty saying the feds are focusing on shipping materials directly to states first responders in Norton have a brand new tool on loan from the town schools WBZ sherry small says the tools helping them keep their trucks cruisers and equipment sanitized during the outbreak it's called the protect says electrostatic sprayer developed by safe Norton deputy fire chief Ben Keane says the school department had two of them on hand but since their closed a long one to the police department the other to the fire department new crews come in they go through the building hit all the door handles going to each vehicle spray it down then they go in and decontaminate sanitized the ambulances it's not new technology it's a spray gun with electrostatic charge that electrostatic charge allows the disinfectant spray droplets to be attracted to and cling to surfaces more easily and efficiently keen says the device use with the correct chemicals quickly kills the corona virus our understanding that will kill the covert virus within not one minute in Norton sherry small WBZ Boston news radio adding to the nation's capital now there's been a spike in corona virus cases there over the past day health officials say ninety one more cases have been confirmed in DC bringing the city's total to five hundred and sixty eight L. Bowser says first responders were among those new cases those were five members from fire and EMS and for MPD officers over on Capitol Hill Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says federal workers on the front lines of the fight against the virus should be getting hazard pay we have some very very racy frontline workers and they are risking their lives these are our heroes he told MSNBC many of these federal employees that don't have any protection like masks or gloves Schumer called on the president to appoint a coronavirus czar to oversee how the feds distribute critical medical equipment across the US meantime in Manhattan a U. S. navy hospital ship is open for business hoping to help overwhelmed medical workers all over the city A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey is there the patient's going aboard the USNS comfort do not have coronavirus gunnery sergeant Parana landers said the idea is to ease the strain on the main hospital so they can focus on patients with corona virus we.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Madison Rogers weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes okay it's one thirteen and we'll going to take a look downtown where we've got work crews ninety three south bound it to speed limit right doubling closure Sullivan square over there they come in through the o'neill tunnel o'neill north also down two lanes but moving reasonably well mass pike west you gotta slow down the left lane taken from the prudential total past mass AB Tobin bridge north two lanes taken reduce speed their airport tunnel summering calendar find Ted Williams westbound in the right lane closure but no delays south of the city expressway both directions total to the split about a ten minute ride twenty four north the ramp to ninety three south is close follow the detour there ninety three throughout the south the ramp to twenty four south also close also has a detour route three is a forty minute ride between the Sagamore bridge and the Braintree split west of the city mass pike westbound slows a bit for work before the pike in Westborough re to Andrew neither okay nor the town route one no trouble Boston to one twenty eight in under fifteen minutes on one twenty eight you're looking good by route twenty eight where there's a work crew but no delays route three Tyngsboro to Burlington in twenty minutes ninety three north about twenty two minutes from his acreage to four ninety five this report sponsored by the Crohn's and colitis foundation use your power to cure and pedal with a purpose it's been for Crohn's and colitis cures grab some friends to join you for this high energy indoor cycling event benefiting the Crohn's and colitis foundation visit spin four dot org to learn more thirty four degrees under partly cloudy skies keeper as WBZ traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast early on this Wednesday morning with plenty of clouds chilly a low of thirty three brisk and chilly later today as clouds limit any sun.

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Boston-Area Medical Students Graduate Early, Prepare To Join Fight Against Coronavirus

WBZ Afternoon News

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Boston-Area Medical Students Graduate Early, Prepare To Join Fight Against Coronavirus

"For medical students in Massachusetts graduating early so they can jump into the fights against covert nineteen WBZ's Madison Rogers has more in a joint move between state health authorities and medical schools students will be fast tracked down to the front lines of the outbreak in Massachusetts Boston University Medical tufts medical and UMass medical in Worcester have announced their fourth year students will graduate next month a month earlier than planned Harvard Medical says they're actively considering the same at that point the new graduates can apply for new expedited temporary license the provisional license will last ninety days according to health and Human Services secretary Mary Lou sadr's UMass medical school chancellor Michael Collins said in a statement this good at over seven hundred doctors to the work force as hospitals are more and more overwhelmed and understaffed it's a critical move in the fight against the

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Victims In Kobe Bryant Crash Have Now All Been Identified

WBZ Morning News

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Victims In Kobe Bryant Crash Have Now All Been Identified

"Well there were nine people in total who died in yesterday's helicopter crash outside of LA and some of those on board had ties to New England as we hear from WBZ's Madison Rogers learning more about the nine victims in Sunday's helicopter crash in California that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his thirteen year old daughter three of the other victims were former Cape Cod summer league baseball coach John Altobelli his wife Kerry and his daughter a list saya ultimately was head coach of the Brewster white caps from twenty twelve to twenty fourteen the white caps weeded out Sunday night that their heartbroken and shocked Altobelli also coached at orange coast college in California for twenty seven years hundreds of people gathered on the OCC field and remembrance Sunday

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Regulating ‘Nips’: Bill Would Add Deposit On Mini Bottles

WBZ Midday News

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Regulating ‘Nips’: Bill Would Add Deposit On Mini Bottles

"Those little bottles of booze sold in liquor stores could soon have a deposit on them on Beacon Hill there's a bill that would put a five cent deposit on the bottles WBZ's Madison Rogers tells us litter from those bottles has become a growing problem the little plastic bottles can be found on sidewalks all over the state Chelsea became the first municipality to ban it's entirely

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Boston Celebrates First Night 2020 As City Closes Out The Decade

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01:02 min | 2 years ago

Boston Celebrates First Night 2020 As City Closes Out The Decade

"Thousands of people gathered in Boston last night to say goodbye the old year and hello to the new WBZ's Madison Rogers was one of those attending the party thousands of people attended the first night festivities which happen every year in Boston since nineteen seventy five this year did get off to a tragic starts after the loss of Branden Mike Sweeney who died while working set up for the event first night brought dozens of performances and events to Copley square along with lights and sculptures and fireworks people mourn the losses of twenty nineteen and celebrated new beginning this a night to remember because we're off in the new decade will even the two thousand ten and I'm looking forward to the two thousand twenty I ask this guy how we plan to start off the new decade I was on twenty twenty by hit the gym a tight fit as a Quincy most people I asked had a different answer I guess you live in more sleep in

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Man Charged With Murder In Fall River After Body Found In Woods

WBZ Morning News

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Man Charged With Murder In Fall River After Body Found In Woods

"Of fall river man is under arrest in connection with the death of another fall river man on Christmas Eve WBZ's Madison Rogers has the latest a man has now been charged with murder after a body was found in the woods in fall river Tuesday night on Christmas Eve around five thirty in fall river police were called about a body behind gold medal bakery on bay street they identified the deceased as thirty nine year old fall river resident Gerry wear off after investigating and they arrested Jose on the door a twenty three year old also from fall river later that night I'm a door is being arraigned in court on Thursday I

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