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About 25% Of Americans Are Now Fully Vaccinated

WBZ Midday News

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

About 25% Of Americans Are Now Fully Vaccinated

"Of all adults in the U. S are now fully vaccinated. The CDC says 75% of seniors have gotten at least one dose in Massachusetts more vaccine appointments or coming Governor Baker announcing the new HVAC sites later this week. The amorous North Hampton Collaborative and the Marshfield. Regional collaborative will be on our pre registration system and appointments will be offered their for folks as well. The race just speed up

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Marshfield vaccination site, SE of Boston, reopens after shipment delays, bad weather

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Marshfield vaccination site, SE of Boston, reopens after shipment delays, bad weather

"Vaccination site site at at the the town's town's fairgrounds fairgrounds back back up up and and running running yesterday yesterday after after shipment shipment delays delays and and some some bad bad weather. weather. WBC's WBC's Mike Mike Macklin Macklin spoke spoke with with town town officials officials about about their their effort. effort. They're They're back back in in business business and and March March field field after after a a vaccine vaccine supply supply shortage. shortage. First First the the vaccination vaccination clinic clinic at at the the town's town's fairgrounds fairgrounds to to shut shut down. down. Town Town administrator administrator Mike Moresco says a shipment of the vaccine arrived on Friday in 2020, half minutes. We filled 1170 slots divided between society and Monday after that, the town hopes to get another vaccine shipment Tuesday or Wednesday. Otherwise, it could be looking at another frustrating shutdown of the vaccine clinic like

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Weather delays delivery of vaccines to Marshfield mass vaccination site SE of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Weather delays delivery of vaccines to Marshfield mass vaccination site SE of Boston

"Vaccination site site at the at town's the town's fairgrounds fairgrounds back back up and up running and running yesterday yesterday after after shipment shipment delays delays and and some some bad bad weather. weather. WBC's WBC's Mike Mike Macklin Macklin spoke spoke with town with officials town officials about about their their effort. effort. They're They're back back in business in business and March and March field field after after a vaccine a vaccine supply supply shortage. shortage. First First the vaccination the vaccination clinic clinic at the town's at the town's fairgrounds fairgrounds to shut to shut down. down. Town Town administrator administrator Mike Mike Moresco Moresco says says a shipment a shipment of the vaccine of the vaccine arrived arrived on on Friday Friday in in 2020, 2020, half half minutes. minutes. We filled We filled 1170 1170 slots slots divided divided between between society society and Monday and Monday after after that, that, the town the town hopes hopes to get to get another another vaccine vaccine shipment shipment Tuesday Tuesday or or Wednesday. Wednesday. Otherwise, Otherwise, it it could could be looking be looking at another at another frustrating frustrating shutdown shutdown of the of vaccine the vaccine clinic clinic like like

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Funeral procession held for Boston firefighter Michael Ricci

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Funeral procession held for Boston firefighter Michael Ricci

"For a fallen firefighter. Boston Firefighters were in Marshfield today to honor and remember Mike Ricci was killed late last month and now his wife, Christine, is charged with his murder. Boston Fire Today tweeting out their respects. Remembering Mike reaches a friend and a brother, as well as a co worker. They say they hope his legacy of friendship, respect, bravery and humbleness. Humility lives on in his Children, and it's 6

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sandwich, no hugs and how the classic chicken sandwich Two for just five bucks. Price and participation may vary for a limited time. My king WBC's traffic on the three so almost snow in the forecast later in the week, and let's get the details. The four day forecast with John wearing Ambrous tonight below 2530th Coast and Sunshine, it's chilly breeze tomorrow. 38 increasing clouds of our high low 24 snow is expected to begin Sunday morning could be heavy for a time before tapering off the evening. Total accumulation 3 to 6 Inches was some slippery travel The high Sunday 31 to 35 risky cold Monday. I 30. There could be some snow or snow mixed with rain again on Tuesday. I'm accurate, there's John Fear, WBZ Boston's news radio. We warmed up pretty nice this afternoon. Currently in Beverly, It's 40 degrees. Marshfield is 45 39 in Fitchburg. It's 42 degrees in Boston. 3 55 Well, Tom Brady's going to appear in Super Bowl number 10 on Sunday looking for his seventh ring, and this WBC's Juma Holland tells us just because he's doing it for the Buccaneers doesn't mean his former bosses and pulling for him. Patriots owner Robert Kraft had quite a ride with Tom Brady. What a comeback in the end, six rings and craft doesn't take any of them for granted. It's a forever close friendship between the two craft is a Tom Brady fan. And friend and always will be, so it shouldn't surprise anyone that he's pulling for the man he still calls Tommy. Come Sunday. I'm ruling for Tom Brady. I'm so excited to hear more of the Robert Kraft.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is very bold of me, and now they want to do another 25. That'd be great. But let's put the 1st 25 1st budget resolution could start as early as next week without bipartisan support. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's willing to move ahead by using the budget reconciliation process to pass from the new Administration's covert 19 priorities and as delicate terra ABC NEWS, Washington and 802 before we check traffic arraignment delayed now for a Marshfield woman accused of murdering her husband yesterday, Christine Reach he was arrested after her husband, Michael, was found with stab wounds. First responders brought him to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Now today in court, Rechy collapsed in the courtroom during her arraignment. We don't exactly know why at this point, but we do know that the proceedings have now been pushed back until Monday. Also, we've learned tonight that Michael was a Boston firefighter rescue company to tweeting today they were saddened to hear about his death. Asking everyone to quote. Please keep Mike's family in your thoughts and prayers. You know? Three. It's time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's going on now, Michael. Well, nice and quiet out there right now and the call, but we start downtown with the North bound O'Neill tunnel. It is pretty slow inside. There had been a minor crash right by the exit of the tunnel. It's gone. The delays are easing out pretty quick, just a bit slow inside. Like I said. Things were good elsewhere. The lower deck of 90 three's fine you for coming in from the north Tonight. The leverage connected the Tobin Bridge. Storrow Drive all check out. Okay as well south of the city. Things were great on the expressway now, either in or out of the city. You are good to go on the expressway Route three on the shot South shore speed limit right here between Weymouth and Plymouth. All the Cape Highways were good and so are rich 24 95 south down towards the Rhode Island line Up to the North fell Not a lot to complain about here. The upper end of 1 20 Eights wide open. I've got 30 minutes between the mass pike and Route one in Peabody Route One itself is good. So is that upper stretch of 4 95 out to the West. Here? We're, too was clear on who conquered and acting tonight and the Mass turned by trouble free out towards 84 in Sturbridge. My king Wbz 24 hour traffic network. Thank you very much. My friend will check the forecast in 15 seconds. You want to retire in the next five years? Don't miss Certified financial planner Matt Pack from S H p financial.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"No hugs and now the classic chicken sandwich two for just five bucks. Price and participation may very limited time only. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. Kevin and the forecast looking at some snow right now, the Doppler radar. This is up and down the western part of Massachusetts all the way from Great Barrington to North Adams and all the way into Vermont as well. So all of us could see some snow flying out there even some or extended flurries throughout the afternoon, and tonight that temp is going to plummet. Tonight is going to fall into the teens and the single digits Saturday and Sunday. We're not budging beyond 30 degrees. That's our high both days despite the sun There's more within DeVore early son giving away the clouds here in Boston, north and west of us, We could start to see some flurries and snow showers later this afternoon. I think that drops into Boston tonight. Ahead of that low forties real fields in the thirties, ending up in the twenties. Real fields fall into the single digits tonight, and then it's cold and blustery, both days of the weekend, real field single digits and teens tomorrow on Sunday, maybe a little more sun Sunday than Saturday. Clouding up upper thirties on Monday, and it looks like that storm with some snow stays south and west of Boston proper Monday night into Tuesday. We're keeping an eye on it. I thank you with meteorologist Tina Board WBZ Boston's news radio being said the high Today would be 45. You are spot on Dean 45 right now in Marshfield. Mostly cloudy there, though, and the coldest spot is Pittsfield word snowing. It's 34 degrees. Checking New England business. Here's Kim Carrigan. Analysts at Fitch Ratings say there's more to the Massachusetts labor market than meets the eye. In November. The state jobless rate was 6.7% but of people who have exited the labor.

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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Surging. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

Morning Edition

02:48 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Surging. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

"Sign that the United States is in a Corona virus surge. Hospitalizations around the country have nearly doubled since late September. Some hospitals are already talking about rationing care. Will stone has more back In the spring, Dr. William Elms was watching the surge of covert patients in New York City and reading his hospitals in Wisconsin to enter the same We waited and waited. It did not come about six months later it has arrived. Melman's is the chief medical officer at the Marshfield Clinic Health System, which covers mostly rural Wisconsin. We will be pushed to the limit by the end of the month. Covert patients are filling up their beds at an unsustainable rate. And because so many parts of Wisconsin in the Midwest are under siege, Melmed says. There are not many places they can turn to. Either to send their patients or to get extra staff. Creating the manpower to take care of our patients is the dilemma. You know, we don't have any areas to decompress. We don't have safety valves to put our patients. This is the message coming from or hospitals in more states every day. For weeks, the US Corona virus pandemic has shattered records. In the wake of those sky. High numbers Come hospitalizations, Lawrence, our studies hospital capacity at Johns Hopkins University. We have a legitimate reason to be very, very concerned about our health system and national level. That's because this surge could wash over many places simultaneously. In at least 18 states. Covert patients account for more than 10% of all hospitalizations. Above that 10% is where we really think. Okay, Perhaps we have to start enacting search strategies and crazies. Standards of care in some places Crisis standards of care, a broad term for how hospitals make decisions around treatment when re sources are limited. In the worst case scenarios it can lead to rationing of care. Some states, including Utah, have recently warned this could be on the horizon. Machida Beer is an emergency physician and researcher at the University of Michigan in the Rand Corporation. If there are many epicenters a beer says it will be much harder to shuffle around. Resource is because everyone will be overwhelmed. So it's space staff and stuff, and you need all three. And if you don't have one, it doesn't matter if you have the other two, and most U. S. Hospitals already don't have much cushion they usually run close to capacity, especially during flu season. Then, on top of that ad covert patients who Khun require lots more time and care, and it strains the system. This is a scarce resource Critical care. Nurses are scarce. Ventilators are scarce as you know respiratory therapists or skirts, and she worries about to become even more scarce. For NPR news. I'm Wellstone.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"After six people at the Daniel Webster Elementary School tested positive for the Corona virus. Parents were notified Saturday by email that read in part Unfortunately, we have to pause hybrid learning at the Daniel Webster School for a minimum of two weeks and shift all students and staff at that school to full remote learning This after six people at the elementary school in Marshfield tested positive for the Corona virus within the past five days. It's the right decision for this school. In the moment, Marshfield State representative Patrick Tierney agrees with the move to keep kids at home for at least two weeks. Explaining how a sports game led to the cove. It cluster. This incident due to contact tracing was not actually linked to being spread it school was being linked to a youth sports event that happened outside of the school district. Marshfield Public School Superintendent Jeffrey Grant itI know told parents. If all goes well, students can return to the classroom part time on the 26th. The decision to switch back to hybrid learning will be revisited during the week of October. 19th October 12th. Tomorrow is the day the Senate will take up the confirmation of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. It is expected to be a battle on Capitol Hill. ABC is Alex Boucher brings us an overview of what the next couple days may bring us Monday will serve as an introduction, but expect fireworks on Tuesday when senators have their first real chance to question Judge Barret. Now this will be hotly contested. Democrats don't have Outright numbers to block her confirmation, but expect questions from them on her stances for Robie Wade and also the Affordable Care Act. Many women seem to be giving up their jobs during covert 19. ABC is Yoon Hee Han has more 865,000 women dropped out of the workforce last month. Compared to 216,000 men. The fallout for women was more than 661,000 jobs, the economy added, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics showing a deepening female recession. The start of school in September, putting pressure on balancing childcare for many moms who are more than three times as likely to be responsible for Children and heterosexual relationships that, according to a report by Lean in Unity on ABC News, the study also found one in four women are thinking about downsizing their careers. Or leaving their jobs due to covert 19. It's for 51.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Learning. After six people at the Daniel Webster Elementary School tested positive for the Corona virus. Parents were notified Saturday by email that read in part Unfortunately, we have to pause hybrid learning at the Daniel Webster School for a minimum of two weeks and shift all students and staff at that school to full remote learning. This. After six people at the elementary school in Marshfield tested positive for the Corona virus within the past five days. It's the right decision for this school in the moment, Marshfield State representative Patrick Tierney agrees with the move to keep kids at home for at least two weeks, explaining how a sports game led to the cove it cluster Incident due to contact tracing was not actually linked to being spread it school was being linked to a youth sports event that happened outside of the school district, Marshfield Public School Superintendent Jeffrey Grant, a Tino told parents of all goes well, students can return to the classroom, part time on the 26th a decision to switch back to hybrid learning. Will be revisited during the week of October. 19th confirmation hearings are set to begin tomorrow for Amy Cockney Barrett, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Democrats expected toe hammer away at her Conservative philosophy's A B C's Alex. Pressure has that Monday will serve as an introduction, but expect fireworks on Tuesday when senators have their first real chance to question Judge Barret. Now this will be hotly contested. Democrats don't have the outright numbers to block her confirmation. But expect questions from them on her stances for Robie Wade and.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Z 10 30 I hard radio station. 64 degrees in Boston with some clouds at 6 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here's what's happening. Take a look. A some of the numbers released yesterday. By the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, another 531 new cases of the Corona virus reported. That's just under 4% of the 15,000 residents who were tested hospitalizations are up 531 residents being treated for covert 1931 Mohr than was reported on Friday. 9372 residents of the Bay State of died. From the virus. 10 more names added to that list yesterday. Even on weekends. We're not immune to stories about schools, making the switch to remote learning because of covert 19 years. W B Z T v. Stephanie Chan Marshfield Public School superintendent making the tough calls to switch to full of remote learning. After six people at the Daniel Webster Elementary School tested positive for the Corona virus. Parents were notified Saturday by email that read in part Unfortunately, we have to pause hybrid learning at the Daniel Webster School for a minimum of two weeks and shift all students and staff at that school to full remote learning. This. After six people at the elementary school in Marshfield tested positive for the Corona virus within the past five days. It's the right decision for this school in the moment, Marshfield State representative Patrick Tierney agrees with the move to keep kids at home for at least two weeks, explaining how a sports game led to the cove it cluster this Incident due to contact tracing was not actually.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bidens negative test for Senator Kamala Harris and her husband as well. I'll have more on this coming up right now. 1 33 traffic and weather together. Kevin Brennan. We're rounding the corner on a weekend so close, But now maybe you just can't get there. If there's some traffic out there the super retailers of New England all we'll drive traffic on the threes. Okay, well, so far so good. Leaving the city here on the expressway South bound not to bad through Savin Hill. That's where he usually picks up. We get a little company into the brain tree split in 93. North bound. Slow from route 37 into the brain tree split on of the expressway, and you got to slow down most of the way up through the ponts. It breaks loose after that. You're looking good up to the tunnel Route three South bound on the brakes just after route 18 down a Derby street. Beyond that, you're looking pretty good all the way down up over the sacrum or bridge heading on Cape. It looks like we may have something here at the base of the born bridge. Got delays here trying to get on Cape off of route 25 from just before exit three to the base of the bridge. And then it seems to break loose for heading off Cape also seeing delays over the bridge heading over to the mainland. Not exactly sure haven't heard of anything. But there may be something here on the mainland side off the born bridge, slowing traffic down in both directions. This report is sponsored by Ze Cool, Pure Zeze. You have to be up in five hours, two hours and you haven't slept vics equal. Pure zis is a drug free blend of botanicals with an optimal dose of melatonin that helps you fall asleep naturally and wake with no next day grogginess is equal, pure Z's naturally superior sleep. Kevin Brennan. W B Z is traffic on the three's alright, Kevin, I think things are going to slow down pretty quickly on Route three and three A. We're seeing some showers in the Plymouth area right now. And it's also actually crisscrossing across Ducksryan Green Harbor Ocean Bluff in Marshfield..

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Boston - Massachusetts man indicted for killing neighbor while disguised, prosecutors say

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Massachusetts man indicted for killing neighbor while disguised, prosecutors say

"Who who disguised disguised himself himself as as a UPS driver and fatally shot his former neighbor is indicted by grand jury. Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey's office. Said. Robert Burning of Marshfield appeared remotely in Quincy District Court yesterday following his indictment earlier this week. He is facing multiple charges, including murder, possession of a large capacity weapon and illegal possession of ammunition. Prosecutors say burning shot 59 year old Laurie machine Honda outside her Braintree home. Back in June. They say burning shot her while he was wearing a surgical mask and brown jacket and the gun was hidden inside a box.

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Bicyclist dies after being hit by car on route 3A in Scituate

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Bicyclist dies after being hit by car on route 3A in Scituate

"Ah, bicyclist dies after being hit by a car in situate. This was Friday night and root three a 67 year old Howard coldly of Marshfield, riding his bike when a car hit him from behind. He was rushed to South Shore Hospital but died from his injuries. The 94 year old driver remained on scene. No word of any charges. In

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Marshfield. 86 right now in Nashua, New Hampshire. Right now, in Boston, at 705 It's partly cloudy and 87 degrees. Police chiefs from around the state want to put the brakes on police reform. They spoke about this earlier today in Framingham, calling on the governor for help. The police chief say the so called police reform bills now before lawmakers are a knee jerk reaction. To George Floyd's death in Minneapolis and other cases of alleged police brutality in other parts of the country needed police chief James Hicks, Law enforcement and Massachusetts is under attack. I A liberal element that wants to bring change that none of us understand. But as leaders we can stand here today and tell you the legislation. Will not make us safer. Police Chiefs Association president Jeff Farnsworth called on Governor Baker to lead the way on Beacon Hill. Governor. Baker has been silent regarding this legislation since it was filed. Now is the time for Governor Baker to stand up on talk about his bill and to support law enforcement in Framingham. Mike Macklin W. B Z Boston's news radio. Now the governor says too many people are still struggling to pay for housing because of covert 19. So as we hear from W. B C's Carl Stevens, he's giving them more time. The law calling for a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures across the Commonwealth was signed by Governor Baker back in April, and the moratorium was set to expire in the middle of next month. But the law gave the governor of the ability to extend the moratorium. And that's exactly what he's done. As a result of this action, there is a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures. Across Massachusetts until October 17th. Now it's the recognition because of the virus. A lot of people are having trouble paying the bills. Carl Stevens W B C. Boston's News radio down on Capitol Hill Senate Democrats say Republicans can't even agree on whether they should provide more money in covert 19 relief house. Rather Senate minority Leader Chuck Schumer, slamming the Republicans proposal before its release been over 60 days. 60 days since the House passed the Heroes Act, which provides crucial relief and help for education, funding for hospitals and medical workers for essential workers on the front lines for state and local governments and much more. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says the next Corona virus relief bill has to include many things. He wants tax incentives and backto work bonuses. California lawmakers also calling for childcare relief and liability protections at 70 wait. Let's head over to Bloomberg Business. See how we did today with andro Day following upbeat earnings reports from IBM and Coca Cola over technically less downbeat earnings than feared, and as Congress negotiates over anew Corona virus relief bill stocks advanced today, mostly Now rose 160 as the P 500 Game five. NASDAQ fell, 87 will be higher along with most stocks. Energy crude oil futures rose almost 3% to about $42 a barrel. Following word We're moving around in our vehicles Mohr US demand for gasoline has risen. To its highest since before the pandemic escalated in mid March that according to Dick Art labs and rode a Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio. When.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Foreign Pitts field south of town where fifty five on the coast in Marshfield and now in Boston at two oh five it's partly cloudy and fifty four degrees of course were slowly break a lifting restrictions on business and some social gatherings here in Massachusetts over the coming weeks the W. B. C.'s Mike Macklin reports this comes as some parts of the north shore continue to record a growing number of deaths from the virus solidity but he continued to record a disturbing number of covert nineteen deaths even as for tallies at the statewide level are on the decline virus deaths in Lynn have topped eighty while in Peabody the death toll has surpassed one hundred twenty both north shore cities continue to report to rotavirus deaths on a daily basis the majority of the deaths of eight elderly residents many lived and died in nursing homes or other long term care facilities a trend that has been replicated in other Massachusetts communities by parkland WBZ Boston news radio we've also been talking about this encouraging news this week from the Cambridge based biotech Madera their stab of course of the potential vaccine for covert nineteen company says its vaccine triggered immune responses in several healthy volunteers generating antibodies similar to those seen in those who recovered from cove in nineteen well this new certainly hit close to home for two people living near Seattle's we hear from CBS's Allison Grandy this one is showing positive results is really really cool Jennifer Haller of Seattle was the first person to be given the coronavirus vaccine on March sixteenth today she found out it works they were saying that the same antibodies similar to somebody here has already gone for the disease exactly what researchers and participants hoped for I was ecstatic hi five my fiance it was just amazing and it's Neil Browning of Bothell is in the Kaiser Permanente a trial to Seattle infectious disease researchers were the first anywhere to begin clinical testing of a coronavirus vaccine and other human vaccine trials are under way around the world as well everyone trying to find a fax seen as fast as we can but the World Health Organization this week is urging caution world health organization's corona virus special envoy Dr David the borrow saying is we're going to have to get used to the new normal for the time because we just don't want anybody to believe that a vaccine is just round the corner and it's going to be possible for everybody in the world to be vaccinated within a matter of months his assessment go bad nineteen will be a constant threat for the world for the foreseeable future Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk ended two oh seven other news were watching this afternoon in the college admissions scandal another parent convicted in the scheme has learned her fate Schoening suite was sentenced to time served in the case which is the five months he's already spent waiting for her trial she admitted to paying four hundred grand to get a child into UCLA as a fake soccer recruit suicide Chinese native lives in Canada right now she also agreed to forfeit the four hundred thousand dollars to the feds and then pay another two hundred fifty grand as a fine as part of that sentence right to await every eight and thirty eight past the hour we check on Bloomberg business let's go now to and rodeo hi there well good afternoon pledges from fed chief Powell in congressional testimony to use more tools helping the economy are helping most stocks rise but not all indexes are on board the Dow is losing forty five nasdaq up seventy four that's a B. five hundred up six retail making headlines in several strains today will start here women's wear daily is reporting team from Amazon is in Plano Texas talking with leaders of bankrupt JC Penney about possibly taking it over it appears the rotavirus greatly help Walmart's website gain more traction Walmart online sales jumped seventy four percent last quarter from last year the shoppers snapped up all manner of household staples in store.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fifty five I see some clouds in Marshfield where its forty six right now in Boston at seven oh five it's partly cloudy and it's forty five degrees Attorney General Maura Healey says she's teaming up with congressman Joe Kennedy they're doing this to push for universal vote by mail here in Massachusetts and a virtual news conference held by assume congressman Kennedy in general Healy said to L. every registered voter ability of the military as a matter of common sense right now ABC's acceptable easy way do what is right not only in this time of the pandemic but also as we go forward secretary of state bill Galvan is working out his own plan Karen Ringel WBZ Boston news radio well less than just about thirty minutes from now polls will shut down in Ohio it is primary election day there and CBS's Greg saber reports it's obviously very different because of the virus primary day here in Ohio delayed more than a month because of the corona virus mandatory mail in ballots or as many are doing at the Cleveland Cuyahoga County Board of elections curbside ballot drop off in person voting only if you don't have a permanent address you're disabled or anyone who didn't get their ballot on time Alexion spokesperson Mike last name whole area is going to be sanitized great saver for CBS news Cleveland at seven oh six Hillary Clinton officially endorsing Joe Biden today for president democratic nominee in twenty sixteen told today's virtual town hall that button is the one the country needs during a big crisis like the virus just think of what a difference it would make right now if we had a president who not only listened to the science facts over fiction but want us together show the kind of compassion and caring that we need from our president and which Joe Biden has been exemplifying throughout his entire life now during the town hall Clinton told Biden she was thrilled not only to endorse him but also to help highlight a lot of issues at stake in this election former First Lady Michelle Obama has recorded a robo call message to residents of DC about covered nineteen if you or a member of your household is experiencing fever cough sore throat difficulty breathing congestion body aches chills runny nose please contact your medical provider immediately and Mrs Obama and that robo collar Jing everyone in the nation's capital to stay home unless they need essential supplies or they're an essential worker it's seven oh seven there's a new warning out tonight about a popular video conferencing program that's a pretty good chance you probably used it lately the homeland security department says zoom is vulnerable to espionage and it could be used by foreign agents to spy on American citizens ABC's Pierre Thomas reports the government wants organizations to consider these risks electrocuting officials are especially worried about China because it did some of their development there and homeless security claims that China has access to zoom service and could exploit them overnight zoom telling ABC news that the U. S. government's intelligence is heavily misinformed they claim to China's workers do not have the type of access that would allow them to spot and this is certainly taking a hit in the stock stocking zoom video communications trading down about three and a half percent right now the nasdaq is seven await of course that means it's time for Bloomberg business let's get a broader look at Wall Street with Andro day new measures showing consumer confidence crashing in the collective slump in tech stocks just ahead of several big tech company earnings pulled on Wall Street today the Dow lost thirty two nasdaq down a hundred twenty two SB five hundred down fifteen after the closing bell Ford is posting its results from last quarter and it looks like people weren't looking to buy rides during the early onset of the covert nineteen pandemic revenue fell a worse than forecast sixteen percent in the first quarter predicting a loss of five billion dollars here in the second quarter on collapsing sales antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio if you head outside for a quick walk maybe to take out the trash or something you notice people walking around aren't wearing a mask if you're annoyed by that you're not alone coming up after traffic and weather together we'll hear from a former Boston city councilor who said the city is not doing enough about this I heart media no small businesses across the country are facing new challenges during the covert nineteen pandemic so to help we've put together the I heart radio small business crisis resource which is critical in for including.

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13-Year-Old Girl Hurt In Deadly Pembroke Crash Sues Driver, Company

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

13-Year-Old Girl Hurt In Deadly Pembroke Crash Sues Driver, Company

"A girl critically injured in a crash that killed her friend in Pembroke sues the driver and his former company thirteen year old Kendall's modal was one of three people in an S. U. V. that was hit by a highway safety systems pickup truck on route one thirty nine the driver Greg good cell of Marshfield was fired by the company right after the crash and police say he ran a red light confessed you've been drinking using cocaine at a company holiday party thirteen year old clear resistors and was killed her mother

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"December twenty ninth Gregory good cell of Marshfield struck and killed Claire's sister son and seriously we injured two others in Pembroke while he was allegedly driving drunk in a statement highway safety system said that good so ignored warnings from co workers to hand over his keys to his work issued pick up truck before that fatal crash occurred the company fired good cell after the crash he's facing drunk driving and manslaughter charges in connection with that crash a multiple vehicle accident on the Pennsylvania turn pike has left several people dead and dozens injured CBS is bill Raycroft has details officials tell CBS news the crash happened early this morning on treacherous roads on the Pennsylvania Turnpike just east of Pittsburgh at least five people are reported dead according to officials on the scene some fifty three people were transported to the hospital and they're still trying to account for the missing the accident reportedly involved two tractor trailers a tour bus and several passenger cars the Pennsylvania Turnpike is expected to be closed for hours bill ray **** CBS news this streets of Manhattan have thousands of people marching today in support of the Jewish community currently at the center of recent attacks members of the local Jewish community and its allies marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to Camden plaza for a rally among those supporting the rally governor Andrew Cuomo I'm heartened to see this amazing show of support and solidarity.

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Driver Fired, Held Without Bail In Pembroke Crash That Killed 13-Year-Old Girl

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Driver Fired, Held Without Bail In Pembroke Crash That Killed 13-Year-Old Girl

"I'm Marshfield man charged with driving drunk and causing a crash that killed a thirteen year old girl has been ruled a danger to society by a judge and is being held without bail Gregory good cell facing manslaughter and other charges in connection with the early morning crash in Pembroke last Sunday that killed thirteen year old Claire existir sin another thirteen year old and a fifty year old woman also seriously

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Driver Fired, Held Without Bail In Pembroke Crash That Killed 13-Year-Old Girl

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Driver Fired, Held Without Bail In Pembroke Crash That Killed 13-Year-Old Girl

"Hearing at Plymouth county District Court today for man accused in a car crash that killed a young teen and severely injured two others very good cell will be held without bail the judge decided today for up to seven months good solid thirty one year old from Marshfield allegedly got drunk and high at a work Christmas party and then drove a company vehicle through a red light in Pembroke Sunday morning hitting a car with three people inside one of those people was thirteen year old clears this our son who died from her injuries Claire's mother and friend were were both both critically critically injured injured Plymouth Plymouth county county DA DA Tim Tim crews crews says says they're they're likely likely be be a a lengthy lengthy investigation investigation into into both both good good cell cell and and the the highway highway safety safety company company he he worked worked for for my my goal goal in this is to make sure that everybody who violated criminalizes held accountable this case is tragic but make no mistake about it this is a crime what a tragedy to crane that was avoidable and big but for this in its actions we all want to be standing here today good sellers due back in court next

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Storm leaves much of central and western mass under ice and hundreds without power one of two girls injured in a car accident in Pembroke yesterday morning has died a Marshfield man has been charged with you why and to manslaughter a New Hampshire man busted at Logan airport today trying to bring a loaded handgun onto a plane Boston preparing and upping security for first night celebrations all eyes on Washington as the impeachment issue hangs in the balance WBZ's team to get out spoke with CBS's bill ray coughed about the latest developments we are right in the middle of the vacation we have president trump taking its holiday break at Mar a Lago we have Congress on its official break in while everybody is back Coleman resting and ostensibly meeting with constituents maybe doing a little fund raising here and there and and a pass to the campaign the drumbeat of impeachment continues underneath it all and with that comes that New York times report this morning it indicated that members of the administration really did have a handle on what was going on in terms of withholding aid to Ukraine by the president there been earlier reports and comments in testimony that we really didn't know what was happening until much later on but now we're getting the word that not only did they know ahead of time that they were actually some attempts by a senior intelligence leaders to go to the president and tried to dissuade him of this and try to get that aid freed up those it tends actually failed until the workers received that there was going to be a congressional investigation and all of a sudden the floodgates open in response to that report in The New York Times minority leader Chuck Schumer appeared today in New York and he has re issued his call for witnesses and testimony he says the fact we now have know that these individuals were trying to talk to president out it is he said it's a game changer now how is this holiday break potentially affecting opinions we are really on hearing a whole lot and even so I don't know that there's going to be a whole lot that is gonna substantially change opinions on the matter Mitch McConnell is pretty much done again on the idea that we're not going to have witnesses were not going to have documents we're going to consider this up and down of course you know we made the controversial comments about you know working with the president's team in order to make sure that the trial is fair that brought howls of condemnation for Democrats to say as a member of the Senate he's supposed to be an impartial jury is not supposed to be working with any body Schumer said today in his press conference when asked about it did he did talk with McConnell about the idea of witnesses before they took the break he said he was not inclined to do that McConnell waters and humor says he asked McConnell to think about it over the break we presume he's doing that president trump has been tweeting a lot from Mar a Lago as the impeachment standoffish showing very little signs of letting up at this point what is Mr trump saying he's talking about the idea that there are no evidence documents there's nothing against him he said it was all above board you know is referred many many times to that call with a lot of mayors Lynskey is a perfect phone call and that there was nothing wrong in that as president he was allowed to do that so he's maintaining a similar theme and he's attacking the Democrats like Adam Schiff who tweeted yesterday that again because of this New York times article it's imperative that the Senate pick up the ball and call these witnesses in to get these documents and continue the investigation Mr trump responses well above Mr Shipp couldn't get enough evidence in the house trial where the prosecution supposed to take place how is it supposed to happen in the Senate which is supposed to be the trial and you know basically saying it should have the information you should have brought it it's a weak case it's going to fail so everybody almost to a person is sounding the teams they were sounding before the break what I imagine they'll be sounding when they come back from the break the Senate on Friday at the house next Monday and hell could acting White House chief of staff make Mulvaney play into this whole impeachment process well he's one of those listed in the times reporters being aware of the situation and believe me Democrats would love to hear from him they would love to hear from John Bolton Mike Pompeii and others regarding all of this particularly Pompeii in boulder were said to be among the group that we're trying to talk to president out of withholding the aid to Ukraine they said this is you know damning influence or damning information that they have and they say they need to get it out an open trial and they know that by the way that the just the people who were being listed here as trying to talk to president out of this are the same people that are being denied the opportunity to testify before Congress on this that's the Democrats pointed they say if you have nothing to hide Mister president let your people come and testify and that would include Mick Mulvaney now secretary of state Mike Pompeii a will be visiting you crank this week marking his first trip to the country at the heart of president trump's impeachment how does this trip potentially affect the impeachment issue well I mean it'll be interesting to watch I don't know that you can actually tell what's going to be said the Iggy if you look at past visits by Pompeii always very taciturn when it comes to this sort of thing he will not offer a lot of comment on the record about what happens with if and when he meets with reporters those meetings sometimes are very short sometimes they don't happen at all what will happen it will be behind closed doors and if the past is any prelude to the future then you there may be a hard time actually exactly what happened behind those closed doors it's happened in another of Auburn other meetings the way the White House does diplomacy in this administration and there's no reason to think it won't happen anyway but yes all eyes will certainly be on Mister Pompey or maybe more importantly voters let's get what she may have to say following this meeting next week that was CBS's bill ray call speaking with W. 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"marshfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"marshfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Earlier this morning and it was beautiful for this time of year well getting gas is a pleasure right now gasoline so bad either because we know what's coming and that's the other thing just enjoy this time you know this global warming extremist right now that are gonna be see see this explains why those global warming nope weather has nothing to do with global warming I know they're separate but we're getting a little burst of of decent weather for this time of year by all means enjoy it while you can because once January takes over at least if last year's an indicator of what was it three weeks in a row literally three weeks in a row with with the wind chill was below thirty thirty five degrees as I said I would Wisconsin my entire life I've never ever been a part of whether that cold for that long sure you get a couple of three maybe four days where the hell you don't go outside you know your your face of free so the sidewalk in eight seconds if you if you fall over and there's a stretch in January of this year where was I think the kids were out of school more so than they actually were in school the fact that the sun's out in the mid forties right now can be relatively nice the next couple of days this is literally one of the nicest Christmas gifts hi he could have I could have seen so now I have no problem and join a green Christmas well really more off brown than anything else as opposed to the the White Christmas a lot of us hold for this time of year if you want a White Christmas just head north there's still a lot of snow I saw some family from the Marshfield area on Christmas Eve where you know they got hit pretty hard and by no means still have two feet of snow like there was on Halloween but there's still a lot of snow on the ground up there as opposed to are the southern half of the state speaking of Christmas you know what I mean take a break for save some some some time here because.

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3 Wisconsin students arrested, suspected of making school threat

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:09 sec | 2 years ago

3 Wisconsin students arrested, suspected of making school threat

"Three Wisconsin high school students have been arrested on suspicion of making a threat to Marshfield high school students from the school were sent home after the threat was found

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cannot be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply see store for details U. S. only miking WBZ's traffic on the three the Massachusetts state lottery brings us the four day accu weather forecast start you with this it is forty degrees right now in Hyannis it's twenty seven degrees in Fitchburg Brian Thompson is here and well there you go that sets up exactly what we're looking at then in between then we've got pretty much every precipitation tie falling facts of the report from Logan just ten minutes ago heather is sporting snow sleet and rain all the same time so we've got a mixed bag here is going to lead to some slick spots through the evening commute we have one batch of precipitation coming through right now another one coming out of the York city area moving into western Connecticut and us so we have several more hours of this together it's gonna last through the evening commute a mix of sleet freezing rain and rain even sweat snow at times mostly cloudy in brisk the rest of the night so low twenty three in some suburbs thirty in Boston tomorrow's a quieter day sunshine to be followed by clouds will be increasingly when did the one thing we'll have to watch for as you get close to the evening commute tomorrow is the potential for a couple of snow squalls occurred white and ground and make things so pretty pretty quickly hi tomorrow thirty eight when the in very cold on the fifteen tomorrow night's single digits north and west mostly sunny blustery and quite cold on Thursday a high of twenty six thank you with a real feel central the only be in the single digits and teens still brisk and cold Friday despite sunshine and a high of twenty nine no matter what the roaches prize hopes of WBC Boston's is radio and that range of temperatures setting up the a mixed bag of precipitation right now twenty five degrees in Worcester it is thirty eight in Plymouth thirty nine in Marshfield in Bedford it's twenty nine there's still falling bear thirty four degrees in Boston last year the mass state lottery generated record five and a half billion dollars in sales almost four billion dollars was returned to players and prize money well one billion dollars went back to communities to help them with things they need most that's what it means to live in play in the state of winning on the ring central news on a holiday shopping alert that could affect you with just one week left to get those gifts under the tree a potential speed box for your special deliveries Amazon beginning this week it temporarily blocking third party sellers from using FedEx ground shipping for prime customers citing a drop in the delivery performance the retail giant says the band will last until they see improvement statics.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jail correction officers tell the no well and Michael Thomas being charged with falsifying prison records after allegedly failing to check in on Jeffrey obscene every thirty minutes is required and then covering it up by doctoring logs they were working overtime in its believe they fell asleep on the job the officers were placed on administrative leave after the convicted pedophile while was found hanging in his jail cell on August tenth as he awaited trial for allegedly sexually abusing young girls Jennifer wilsoni New York three US highway Jack now the Subaru retailers of knowing little wheel drive traffic on the three is Michael Chapman well we've got one issue up to the north on four ninety five south is backed up almost a mile through and over it's a right lane roll over shortly after route twenty eight just day to the far left to get through there otherwise avoid the area if you can else for one twenty eight in good shape Waltham up into Lindfield routes three in ninety three north good up to the state line no troubles on route one to the south the expressways wide open tonight from the total down to the Braintree split no more than fifteen minutes there northbound find old we have passed and risk where on route three south is really nothing in your way down to Pembroke and Marshfield the lower stretch of one twenty eight so okay there's road work in Mansfield of ram from four ninety five north to route one forty is closed it will be through the night the mass pike St good shape and it's pretty quiet downtown delivered up ramp is slow up to ninety three but the lower deck the Tobin bridge in stroke Dr all check out okay miking WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network Dave powers with the accu weather forecast cloudy and chilly tonight patchy drizzle and fog a little thirty seven closer to freezing in some inland spots amp for tomorrow tomorrow evening it'll be cloudy and chilly anti fog and drizzle high forty two clearing.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Then there's new Illinois their leader says such efforts are not you've dating back to eighteen forty when northern Illinois state counties has to be given to Wisconsin and some western Illinois counties dove themselves the Republic of forgot a cornea back in the nineteen seventies there's been talk of splits in the eighties and again in twenty eleven when down staters protested the fact the governor Pat Quinn one only three counties in their part of Illinois taking the job by carrying cook county for the largest part the Chicago Tribune says the current US forces them to drive or divorce Chicago for the rest of Illinois is part of a what what this woman remember we had I'm Cathy Kramer wrote the book the politics of resentment real consciousness and was cast in the rice is Scott Walker seeing things going on down there folks it's the feel left out the feeling nor the think the big cities look down at them in the just feel like they're part of the state anymore sure this goes on in other states but you gotta wonder I mean this was already happening here no talking separation but certainly Kathy creamer picked up on something that was happening well before we knew what was happening in the state she worked on that book for years all yeah I think before Scott Walker even one or at least before you go a beat the recall back she was on this it's undeniable though that unfortunately rural communities are shrinking all others that you know there are there are not as many people moving to rural communities not as many people raising and keeping their families and and the younger people are not staying in these rural community the small companies don't stay the small stores don't stay and I mean how are worked out if you consider Stevens point out state and I do I worked in search Wisconsin coming out of college and there was the resentment ready back then that Madison in Milwaukee got everything needed everything and the rest of the state had nothing that was back in but I would consider the good old days how's things only got a little more dire when you get outside of those medium sized cities like Stevens point Marshfield seven forty four W. T. M. J. Brady has sports thanks to businesses in Wisconsin have likely made an impact on your life have you ever ordered.

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"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"marshfield" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Important that we see these approvals takes place so that programs show our deep water wind can take place a little disappointed well certainly we want to see their renewable energy come online is and now the permitting process along a little faster would get a we really want to see happen will cooperate we always have to see this become a reality eighty four wind turbines are planned to off Martha's vineyard more than three dozen passengers on an Air Canada flight were hurt some of them seriously when the jetliner hit unexpected and violent turbulence over the Pacific Ocean the flight to Australia makes an emergency landing at Honolulu after passengers were slammed into overhead luggage bins and into the aisle one passenger says a plane dropped suddenly and people were flying everywhere a final vote today on making the nine eleven victims compensation fund permanent ABC's Andy field reports from Washington here's a nine eleven first responders had a fight for Congress to renew money to help them with nine eleven related illnesses and cancers now house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that will change never forget the heroes act which renews the nine eleven victims cont compensation act that bill will ensure the money is always available to help people who saved others during the attack that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he too will urge the Senate to do the same Andy field ABC news Washington president trump has abandoned his effort to put a citizenship question on next year census form but while announcing that the president says his administration is not backing down from trying to determine the citizenship status of the population he is directing federal agencies to get the information from existing databases the Supreme Court blocked the citizenship question in a ruling last month a late night tweet by the president attacking former house speaker Paul Ryan he called him a lame duck failure and couldn't get him out of Congress fast enough this comes after details from a new book by Tim Alberta of politico in American carnage Ryan is critical of Mr trump saying he couldn't stand the idea of another two years with them and saw retirement as an escape hatch weekend plans folks well a big time festival is hitting Massachusetts this weekend starting tonight in Marshfield it's eleven a festival.

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Dollar Tree’s $9 Billion Problem: Family Dollar Isn’t Paying Off

Sarah and Vinnie

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Dollar Tree’s $9 Billion Problem: Family Dollar Isn’t Paying Off

"A few years ago dollar tree won this hard fought battle to buy the Family Dollar stores. Doesn't sound like it's working out. Very well. I mean, there is an by question is is it because the economy has strengthened that these dollar stores are struggling or his Family Dollar. Just a dog Family Dollar is just a dog because the other dollar stores, including their parent dollar tree are all doing very well. This is the Konami that's really lifted. Everybody lifted all boats Family Dollar has a competitive problem. They are smaller. They're not as well kicked up and there's less product. And this is the problem the dollar tree has had you know, they they thought they were taken out the competition by buying them. They bought themselves. Probably a whole bunch of new headaches and close to home berry. You might find this interesting the Rite Aid that we have in Marshfield closed and a dollar tree is coming in just. A block away from an existing Family Dollar next door to a Papa gino's that just closed. So this is a sign clearly as some changing times because I would not be surprised if dollar tree went in bought this beautiful brand new store with a much bigger selection of products and shut the doors on the Family Dollar, which is smaller and less

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Video shows bus plunging off bridge into river after passenger

Armstrong and Getty

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Video shows bus plunging off bridge into river after passenger

"The bus traveling at high speed veered rolled out of control and went over the edge of the bridge. Good god. Hey, try not to get in a fistfight with the driver. You're a bus. You lunatic. Jamie. That's insane. Marshfield Twitter headlines Trump at a rally role, thousands of Google employees worldwide took to the streets, and now NFL cheerleader takes me during the national anthem social media X blow Lord, I love it than I hate it. I'll stay tuned to the

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"Lock your doors": Police search for suspect after woman shot in Mass.

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

"Lock your doors": Police search for suspect after woman shot in Mass.

"Hour tonight. Marshfield police looking for a man who shot his wife who later died WBZ TV reporting, Allan Warner considered armed and dangerous. A massive police. Search that went through the evening of a wooded area off main street producing no sign of the suspect. Police had told residents to lock their doors and stay inside. And among the residents getting that robo call from police, it was just basically just to be careful Luxor's in stand. Mature your car's doors

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Facebook not protecting content moderators from mental trauma: lawsuit

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Facebook not protecting content moderators from mental trauma: lawsuit

"Who was present. Who is Dr Ford's lifelong friend has said she doesn't know me and never remembers being at a party with me at any time in her life. So it's Thursday in Boston. Police in Marshfield issued an alert on an active shooter on main street near the ABC equipment company warning people to avoid the area to stay inside woman shot insider car earlier, some students have been escorted from the ice school from the high school. A lawsuit is being announced by the state of California against Facebook. This really interesting saying the content

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Motherhood and fertility may hold clues to Alzheimer's risk for women

WBZ Afternoon News

03:06 min | 3 years ago

Motherhood and fertility may hold clues to Alzheimer's risk for women

"Memorial. Services we don't. Want to do something where you read twelve names. All at once because it's twelve lives it's twelve families. And we want to do something to honor each. Man in the appropriate day that we thought to. Do this would be the day. When they departed this life anyone with information. Or stories on a man, can get in contact with a Braintree American Legion post Eighty-six teeny gal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty there are. Only about four hundred fifty of them left in the, entire world and now one of them has, been spotted off Iceland we're talking about right whales specifically one named mogul which was last seen, off Marshfield here in the Massachusetts coast back. In April only three right whales have been seen off Iceland Last thirty years officials at the New England aquarium say the whales have. Had to. Change where, they feed in, recent years because of changes in the. Oceans not one but two students suggest some women or stew studies rather suggest some. Women may have some protection against Alzheimer's disease studies by Kaiser Permanente and UCLA found that the more. Fertile a woman, was the lower heuristic of developing Alzheimer's here CBS news medical consultant Dr Tara Narula how many kids you. Have how long your pregnancies were when you started your. Period when you went into menopause may play into your risk of developing Alzheimer's the next step is for. Scientists to figure out why Vicki. Barker CBS news Alzheimer's by the way these sixth leading cause of death for. Adults in the United States with five and a half. Million Americans Lee living with the. Disease currently some work being done in Cambridge Biogen is expected to report its results on Alzheimer's studies so, far? In partnership with the Japanese pharmaceutical Those reports due out tomorrow heavy rains and flash flooding have forced a popular Pennsylvania theme park, to close, its doors however today Hershey Park is now back open three days of rain made it look like a river of chocolate flowing through that park meantime right next door zoo America remains shut down today due to the extreme flooding, officials there, say the, animals have been moved to safety WBZ news, time five twenty two some. Good news for air travelers new scanner at New York's JFK airport is expected to speed up and. Increase the effectiveness of TSA security checks John Bamburi has TSA security director at the. Airport this state, of the art Scana located here in the American Airlines terminal will increase TSA threat detection capability at a checkpoint Banbury says the new. Technology, will improve the passenger experience and. Two men are now under arrest for their role in. A bizarre theft of a pet stores aquarium Ohio police, say they came across the two men on a motorcycle all day responding to reports of the theft the passenger on that bike was carrying the. Aquarium Jumped, off the bike breaking the aquarium. As the officer began to follow both of them both men have since pleaded. Not guilty to charge him police Commissioner Bill Evans stepping down now's the right time I think I've had a good..

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Florida high school requiring clear backpacks, ID badges after shooting

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Florida high school requiring clear backpacks, ID badges after shooting

"In boston top stories now the house approves a one point three trillion dollars spending bill it goes to the senate now the bill includes the largest increase in defense spending in a decade most of the state escaped largely unscathed from this latest nor'easter but coastal areas including marshfield still soft loving from highways police in texas believe a man of blew himself up this week was the one behind several recent bombings in austin investigators still don't have a motive go for the attacks wall street the dow's down two hundred fifty points nasdaq down sixty five the s and p five hundred is down twenty four wbz news time one forty nine already tighter security has been further bolstered at marjory stoneman douglas high school in part linda florida comes after shooting suspect nncholas cruises brother was arrested on campus to students were caught carrying knives and other made online threats governor rick scott ordered eight highway patrol troopers to help secure the grounds of the high school troopers will be stationed at the school indefinitely along with broward county deputies other coming measures could include clear backpacks for students metal detectors student id badges and.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Vaping comes under scrutiny in Marshfield schools - News - Marshfield Mariner

24 Hour News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

SPECIAL REPORT: Vaping comes under scrutiny in Marshfield schools - News - Marshfield Mariner

"To the library of congress ap's shirley smith has listen to a few of the new additions ma the library of congress has another list of those being honored for cultural and historic importance to the american soundscape tony bennett standard i left my heart in san francisco's being added along with rhythm is gonna get you by gloria stefan and the miami sound machine the recordings named to the registry a feature a diverse array of spoken word and musical recordings that span the years nineteen eleven to nineteen ninetysix shirley smith washington flavors in tobacco products that appeal to young people are going to be coming under more federal scrutiny the food and drug administration or fda is calling for information about flavored tobacco products in hopes of preventing children and young people from getting hooked on nicotine the agency will look at flavors in cigars and electronic cigarettes which currently have no flavoring restrictions but the focus will fall unmanned thal which is the only flavor permitted in cigarettes under federal law studies have shown the minty flavour appeals more to underage and young adult smokers the fda has the authority to ban menthol but it's past efforts to begin regulating the ingredient have been stalled by the industry china's edged past japan to nab the number to rank among countries filing international patent applications according to the un's intellectual property agency the agency says china's also on track to surpass the united states in the top spot within three years the world intellectual property organization says inventors worldwide filed two hundred forty three thousand five.

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