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"Is we are not a sanctuary state and it's better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction. And yes, we will help facilitate that transport for you to be able to go to greener pastures. That was at a news conference. You can see he always has a lot of happy supporters there who are cheering him for all kinds of things. He took just a few questions about the flights, didn't provide any new details at his request this year, Republican lawmakers set up a $12 million fund to transport unauthorized migrants out of Florida. There's no word of that fund allows for transporting them out of Texas. But there's also been a suggestion by some that this may run afoul of federal anti trafficking laws. California governor Gavin Newsom and Florida's top Democrat Nikki fried are among those who are asking the Justice Department to investigate if that's the case. Again, just to be very clear, 12 million to move migrants out of Florida, how many of the migrants had previously been in Florida? Well, those were all from Texas. They were taken from a shelter in San Antonio. Okay, is there an argument that this would be bad timing at all for desantis to make this move? Well, Democrats would like to think so, you know, he is running for governor yesterday his democratic opponent in the race, former governor Charlie Crist, called him out in the flights, calling them vile and disgusting. When you are this inhumane in how you treat human beings, you're not qualified to be governor of anything. And it's just, it's amazing to me what he's willing to do for sheer political gain. You know, but at the Santa's is clearly feeling confident about his gubernatorial reelection campaign. He has lots of money. More than a $130 million in the bank and is very popular with Republicans. In Paris, Allen, thanks so much. You're welcome. Fox News was all over this story where host Jesse waters dwelled on the idea of elite liberals having to deal with migrants. He spoke with presidential hopeful Mike Pompeo. The obamas have a home, Oprah, Beyoncé, even James Taylor. Who's going to be seeing fire rain and migrants. Not to mention Rosie O'Donnell. I mean, everybody basically that you know on the left has a home there. Do you think they're going to be embracing their new neighbors? These are all sanctuary cities until they're in their sanctuary. They'll embrace them. Let's hear a voice next from Martha's Vineyard. Massachusetts state senator Julian seer represents the island walked to the program. Good morning, Steve. Okay, so the presumption of the bit we just heard is that migrants are a burden, and that you don't want them, that you just want to force Texas to deal with them. Is that in fact, how you feel? That's not at all how we feel in Martha's Vineyard and across the region. And if you look at the outpouring of support, how the island scrambled and pulled together shelter for these 47 migrant families with no notice, we actually, I think, are proud to welcome these vulnerable people. I know for folks who don't know Martha's Vineyard were seen as this, you know, as governor desantis said, a bastion of liberal elites. Most islanders who live here year round win on tables, they're firefighters, their teachers, the population action, Martha's Vineyard is increased in almost 50% since the last census, largely actually driven by immigrants, the diversity that we have in our schools, nearly a dozen languages spoken in our schools. So these folks, of course, don't sort of appreciate and know what we are year round. But the response and the welcome here has been nothing short of remarkable. I'm interested in this because I was hearing this argument that Texas has the whole burden or that Florida has a whole burden. And I looked at a map of where immigrants live and they seem to be in every State of the Union. And that's what you're confirming to me. You have a very diverse population where you are already. Is that correct? We do. And we've become more and more diverse. Immigrants have been coming to our community in part we've got a bit of a we've got a workforce crisis here. We really rely. Immigrants have really become sort of the backbone of our economy here, and we've been in the business of welcoming immigrants. I think the problem here, right? Is that there was no sort of facilitation of transport. This is not about alleviating burden for border communities or helping these people, right? These are, you know, these are people who were caught up in a calculated political stunt and the intention right is political not helping these people and not in helping border communities. And that's just shameful. What did you see in here when you spoke with them? I saw I spent quite a bit of time as did a number of colleagues and volunteers volunteers built up a wonderful shelter in a church in Edinburgh, which is one of our villages here on the island. We heard a lot of gratitude from these migrant families. I had asked one of them, did you feel manipulated? Did you feel tricked and they said, yes, we felt correct, but we were so overwhelmed by the response that we've seen here. One woman described to me that she felt like she had been kidnapped. So certainly, they've had quite a perilous journey, but a lot of gratitude to islanders and to the people of Massachusetts who are rallying to support them and to welcome them. There is, I suppose, a political reality here that is reflected by this stunt that there is a cost to dealing with migrants, there can be some difficulty there are a lot of people coming and there are voters who feel uncomfortable about that. And you have politicians who want to represent those voters. What would you say to those voters who have those concerns? You know, I appreciate the challenges that we have at the border. Look, we've had a failed immigration, the failure of immigration reform at the national level. That's on both Republicans and the and Democrats, right? But something we haven't done for years. But this isn't the way to go about having states that are not border states helping out in this crisis, right? And this really harkened back to fundamentally racist tactics that we've seen used. We've seen this use in the civil rights era with reverse freedom rides, actually bringing people to Cape Cod, and we're seeing that today. And unfortunately, this is just really a cruel ruse that's manipulating families who are seeking a better life and I just think our politics should be better than that than that. We should not be using human beings as ponds. I guess we should remind people this is correct what you're saying that in the 1960s, black people were put on buses and sent north, the presumption being that northerners would hate being around black people. And that they would get a taste of their own medicine. That was tried then and you're saying the same thing is being done now. Yes, and then in the 60s, those families were welcomed. 96 families were sent to hyannis in the 1960s and they actually were welcomed help found housing became part of our community on Cape Cod, right? So that was a political stunt then and it backfired and states. And I think we're hoping the same outcome happens now. The sad situation. State senator Julian cyr, thanks.
"massachusetts state" Discussed on WTOP
"Jeff deal, a former Massachusetts state lawmaker who was endorsed by former president Trump, has won the Republican primary for the governor's race and attorney general Maura healey won the democratic nomination. The other candidate in the primary dropped out, Healy would become the first woman and first openly gay candidate elected governor if she wins. It's 7 48. Jack now on the traffic center. Slow traffic in Maryland on two 70 going north out of clarksburg, you'll find all traffic detours off at one O 9, those beyond exit 22 headed to the crash that's before route 80. I'm hoping at this point there'll be allowing you buy on a shoulder but follow police direction. You'll find rubbernecking coming south out of Frederick with lanes open, slow again in Germantown riding toward Montgomery village avenue, a little heavy through Rockville and then there's a delay at the lane divide, headed down the spur onto the outer loop toward river road, and mainline toward old Georgetown road slow exiting onto three 55 headed to the work zone down near four 95 that's along the right side of the roadway. Earlier inner loop of the beltway, the ramp to go south on three 55, we did have word of one that spun off the ramp off the roadway. Inner loop in prince George's county, your heavy and slow near central avenue down to Ritchie Marlborough road got a broken down truck hauling a construction vehicle. Last heard it was in the left center lane. Don't forget 95 south leaving Baltimore, the crash after route 100 moved safely onto the shoulder. In our delay running north on 95, you're going to find it very heavy and slow because of a tractor trailer crash that is after two 16, but before 32, blocking the far right lane in the slowdown near one 98 on clear how we have a crash, but we do have reports of a wreck in that slowdown. 70 headed west out toward 17 in myersville, there we'd had reports of a vehicle fire. In Virginia 66 was slow manassas Easton to centerville, then passing 50, 95 northbound we'd been slow in woodbridge, then delays through lorton, riding into newington onto three 95, going northbound the good news is the crash that's up near duke street, cleared from the left side. There is still some activity in the ramp that takes you to duke street on the right shoulder. Crash cleanup, George Washington Parkway, north near the key bridge had been blocking the left lane and are reckoned lucketts on 15 southbound down near lucketts road. That is cleared but the delays remain. Join the YMCA today with zero enrollment fees and move forward toward achieving your health and wellness goals. Enjoy playing pickleball, tennis, swimming, and getting a great workout. Visit YMCA D.C. dot org to learn more. Jack Taylor TOP traffic. Chad Merrill, we are heavy on the cloud cover this morning. Yeah,
"massachusetts state" Discussed on KOMO
"It didn't happen without a passionate debate Shitty councilwoman shama siwa is a known fighter Vendors have lived in constant fear of the angry moratorium And it was she who authored a resolution to extend the eviction moratorium until the end of the COVID emergency Ending the eviction moratorium now would lead to a deadly wave of evictions and increased homelessness The debate was intense among the council and the public If the moratorium lapses thousands of renters would immediately face eviction But after 9 extensions and almost two years Bruce Herald chose to end the moratorium effect of February 28th city council president Deborah Warren sounded a lot like the mayor We knew this moratorium would not last forever You can not have a healthy economy when nobody pays rent The resolution fell by a 5 to three vote and so on wasn't happy We will need to fight back and we can not rely on the establishment Tough eviction laws will likely head off any immediate wave of homelessness John lobert northwest news radio Washington law enforcement favors a bill to clarify when they can chase after someone who runs from them a representative for families impacted by police use of force as Senate Bill 59 19 would lead to more dangerous vehicle pursuits House public safety committee chair Democrat roger Goodman says 91% of pursuits involve nonviolent offenders Bill only allows for pursuits with violent offenses and therefore that's the other 9% please say fewer people would flee if they know cops can chase them so the number of pursuits could actually be reduced the committee is set to vote on the bill Thursday State legislature appears ready to lessen the sentences of those convicted of certain gun crimes Jeff pogal has details Specifically we're talking about firearms enhancements For example if someone is arrested for possession of drugs and is caught with weapons as well they'll serve extra time for having the guns At each gun carries a separate sentence which must be served consecutively As a result many nonviolent crimes carry far greater penalties than violent ones as Sarah Leone testifying As someone who has the actual harm of sexual assault I find it pretty insulting That a person has got caught with a couple of drugs and some guns in their car will receive a mandatory sentence that would outweigh my attacker sentence by a decade House Bill 1169 would change that allowing firearm enhancements to be served concurrently rather than consecutively Republicans are opposed to the measure arguing it would make the state less safe The bell has already cleared the house and is now being considered in the Senate Jeff pojo and northwest news radio out of control robo calling and text messaging had the attention of state lawmakers at the capitol telemarketers had a captive audience during the pandemic making easier targets of senior citizens in the most vulnerable representative Gina Mas brucker This is real These calls are coming to my dad's phone This is happening across the country more and more and we're trying to isolate and make sure that Washington is not where the scam calls are coming Under the bill collars would have to identify themselves in the first 30 seconds provide the details behind the donation or gift their soliciting and calling hours would be limited 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. which told the bill still needs some fine tuning Vicious dog attack in auburn como forest Jackie Kent has the latest They were saying two dogs drag a woman ripping her clothes and biting her A witness named Michelle tells us a neighbor went after the dogs with a baseball bat and a dog bit him She says he is okay and his back home She adds shares officials got on scene and shot and killed one dog while the other one ran back into a nearby home Neighbors believe the dogs belonged to squatters who have been living in a house on the corner It could have been prevented if yes if we didn't have to if they would actually enforce the policies that are in place whether it's code enforcement or the health department because you know we're dealing with rats in the trash and the whole deal Harborview medical center tells us that woman still is in critical condition Jackie Kent From the Beacon plumbing sports desk Right now hockey and Seattle it is the second period now the New York islanders lead.
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Here's what to listen for this hour fines and the state of florida news from eglin rose but getting all the americans out of afghanistan and stolen items are recovering a florida department of health officials says he will find orange county if a florida government entity goes through with mandating employees to get vaccinated against the virus on september the twenty fourth orange county mayor. Jerry demings said. He received a letter from doug would leave a division manager at the florida department of health warning. The county that finds it wouldn't be forthcoming for mandating. Vaccinations of county personnel political says that demings mandated vaccinations in july and required employees to surrender proof to the human resources department. According to florida's statutes this carries a five thousand dollar per individual violation. The news getting every american home from afghanistan. here's crusade a political affairs correspondent magdalene rose with more state department is working to facilitate the departure of approximately one hundred american citizens and legal permanent residents ready to leave afghanistan. A senior state department official said on. Monday the official described the number as fluid but told reporters that they are constantly touching base with. Us citizens believed to still be in afghanistan as well as other governments and aircraft carriers to try to arrange charter flights since august. Thirty first of twenty twenty one when. Us forces left afghanistan at least eighty five us citizens and seventy nine. Permanent residents have departed the country with the us government's assistance. The official said afghanistan is an issue that the by the administration desperately wants the american people to forget about. They desperately want the american people not to realize that there are still stranded american citizens and nationals in afghanistan. So the more that conservative media can keep the conversation afghanistan in the news the more that the administration will have to dedicate resources to combating the narrative from the right and from any reasonable person that they botched the afghanistan evacuation and the tensions endangering the middle east is rising every day for the crusade channel and political affairs correspondent magdalene rose several valuable items belonging to denver catholic parish including the tabernacle and vessels used for mass. Were recovered late last week after the church was robbed nearly a month ago. Consecrated hosts taken from the church. Were not found the predominantly african american parish of cure. Dr who hit a north denver was broken into and robbed overnight on august. Thirty of into the thirty first. All the churches vessels used for mass was stolen from the vestry which the use accessed by kicking end a wooden door the churches tabernacle containing the eucharist was stolen for the sanctuary in september. The twenty fifth post on the church's facebook page deacon clearance mcdavid reported that he had been called in by detective working the case to look at items recovered from a man never police had recently arrested our quota the day because some say anthony padilla nowhere other than looking at himself in the mirror of the cross. Can man better understand how much he is worth coming up. He was a prince of bohemia a murder and a patron saint of the czech republic. You're listening to crusade channel news jamie scott here for those. That might not know me. I'm the director of the spiritedness. Here in athens georgia. We're a local nonprofit hanging to help those who are broken beaten and abused stereotype by the harshness of this world. 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The life of wenceslas stands as an example to the contrary he's for christian values in the midst of the political intrigues which characterized tenth century bohemia. What's this lowest was born in the year. Nine seven near prague. Some of the duke of bohemia his ailing grandmother loon mia raised him and sought to promote him as ruler of bohemia in place of his mother. Her favorite the anti christian factions. Who was eventually murdered. But rival christian forces enabled wenceslas to assume leadership of the government's. His room was marked by efforts. Towards unification within bohemia support of the church and peacemaking negotiations with germany a policy which caused him trouble with anti-christian position has brought boleslav joined in the plotting and in september of the year. Nine twenty nine invited wenceslas to out bogo for the celebration of the feast of saints. Cosmas and damian. All the way to mass bullets love attacked. His brother and in the struggle wenceslas was killed by supporters. I'll bolus lov other. His death resulted primarily from political upheaval. Wenceslas was held as a martyr for the faith and his tomb became a pilgrimage shrine. He has hailed as the patron of the bohemian people and of the former czechoslovakia the nba is hoping to everyone in the league. But officials are also coming to hear a coalition of unvaccinated players including kyrie irving who is refusing the vaccine according to rolling stone magazine the left has labeling some of these players as quote conspiracy theorists for refusing to take the vaccine according to a report by rolling stone. The league is worried that the players who are resisting vaccine. Such as irving orlando's jonathan. Isaac will band together and resist the universe to fully vaccinated the whole league. Curious odd said recently that players could strike skipping home games to protest the league's vaccine policies. She said quote. 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"Make roofing easy. W M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington America's reopening here it here. 15.9 FM W M A L. A Cumulus Station News now doubled. Email news at 5 30 I Maria leaf effort by a parents group to recall a Fairfax County school board member has failed, but concerns remain if there's a silver lining to all this is that, you know, having seen what this school board can do. What about what I highly Hyper partisan school board can do in terms of the damage inflicted on kids. I think there has been a great awakening amongst many people, particularly here in Fairfax County, Zia Tompkins with open F CPS tells O'Connor company Parents still need to pay attention to Count Day on August 30th When school budgets are set once those numbers are in to the state, and their budgets are secure. I expect a lot of shenanigans to start occurring after that, In terms of school closures, Barbara Brit W. M a. L and W m a l dot com. Now that the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan, the U. S and its Western allies are considering extending an evacuation operation to fly out Afghans and Americans trying to escape Taliban rule. This is national security advisor Jake Sullivan. We are engaging with the Taliban. Consulting with the Taliban on every aspect of what's happening in Kabul right now. On what's happening at the airport on how we need to ensure that there is facilitated passage to the airport for American citizens S Ives third country nationals and so forth. A Taliban spokesman warned that the U. S. Would cross a quote Red Line. If the Biden administration keeps troops in Afghanistan past the 31st police are still hoping to find missing people in the wake of the rain and floods. That devastated the central Tennessee town and left at least 22 dead. Waverley Police chief Grant Gillespie says there has been progress locating people who are safe. But there are others who are still cause for concern were less than 10 right now that we're Truly Not sure about the whereabouts of the National Weather Service set a record 17 inches of rain fell Saturday. Starting floods that ravaged buildings. Humphreys County Sheriff Chris Davis. Our people need help. We're gonna be overwhelmed for the next Probably 30 days, at least overwhelmed. President Biden has offered his sympathies as well as federal help in the area's recovery..
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"To To prove a case that really stretched perhaps the capabilities or or again featured just about everything that an rt can do. There's something like that you can share with us. Sure If you look at the two thousand thirteen a boston marathon bombing that is probably a benchmark of all the resources that the fbi could throw at something. You have a a bombing. The killed three people in boston improvised explosive device. So we we leveraged everything from Specialized bomb techs from the fbi laboratory to the evidence response teams to our shooting our laboratory shooting reconstruction team. But you also have to think about all the Computer examiners the video surveillance that had to be received cataloged looked at. This was a truly who done case and so many times in a bureau. We have a pretty good idea early on Either in a mass shooting because the suspect is dead or we have a white collar crate case that was initiated that we know who the subject is but this was a truly who jonah case that the subjects were still out there that we had an immediate threat that they were gonna plan another attack and so it was a rush to get all of our resources to bear on this thing to try to identify it. So you know when you think about it you have this one incidence Where you're tackling the crime scene with the state locals air in downtown boston. You're processing the scene. You're collecting evidence. You know bomb texan identify the pressure cooker. You have people from our audio imaging in it set Our operation technology division. Ocd that are looking at trying to enhance the video Making a time line of the bombers and then ultimately identifying them and then capturing One of the one of the brothers died But the other one was captured and taking the trial so this was a a true. Who done it. That that culminated in his capture in the back yard of watertown residents there in massachusetts where he was captured at the boat. This morning the fbi along with boston pd massachusetts state police in atf officially began its forensic evidence recovery effort at the site. Their goal was to recover physical items related to the blast. Those items were have been recovered and are being sent to the fbi's laboratory in quantico. Virginia they are specialized. Examiners will reconstruct the device or device says and determine its makeup and components so this case really spanned multiple jurisdictions Had multiple types of evidence that had to be examined whether it be digital or or physical and It really called all the resources of the bureau to bear on this thing. Luckily we have hundreds of thousands of agents equipped to this and professional support that that are the the back bar what we do on his investigations and help us move large amounts of data and go through the resources to look at all of the things that came in on escaped. So this was really wanna touch pretty much every every part of the bureau. I think we've given our listeners. Some food for thought so the next time that they're watching Breaking news report on some tragic scene or attack or major case near them or across the world they should give a moment of pause and realize that it's quite likely that somewhere in fbi. Evidence response team is on its way or already on the scene and that's played out even recently in some high profile events. We watched with dismay This last christmas eve as a bomb went off in vehicle. In downtown nashville. We've watched a more recently horrible tragic shooting that took the life of a police officer in boulder colorado at the king's super supermarket. There were those examples. richard of Where fbi personnel may have deployed together evidence..
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"massachusetts state" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"About sharing their stories and putting all of themselves on the page. You might come away with a few excellent book recommendations for that much deserved vacation. Listen to next question with Katie Couric wherever you get your podcasts. Hey, thanks for listening this morning to the gym Polledo Shell pad in for Jim Jim on vacation, he back on Monday. The morning to all gyms. Listeners glad you are on board a lot of conversation. Big story in the news. A lot of question marks, it said. I'm trying to be fair and careful here, but I don't know what to make of this over the weekend in massive Mass. The Massachusetts state police Cordoned off the highway. Gave out, you know, shelter and place orders to a couple of towns. Had the negotiators out on the highway. What the H E double toothpicks going on here? You had a group of men, 11 men. Uh, dressed in military fatigues. Weapons displayed no licenses. Not being carried, appropriately stored appropriately. There was a problem with the ammunition, etcetera, etcetera. You just can't By the way, you just can't do that. Don't ask me to cite a law. I can't. I just know because I have some common sense You just in this day and age can't be at 1 30 in the morning out on an interstate highway. With gasoline in your car. Dressed like that with weapons displayed, expect. You're not going to run into perhaps a hassle somehow, and the police came over to see you because they were on the side of the world with their emergency blinkers on this trooper came over to see if they needed help. How it progressed from there, everybody, we're not sure. But Suffice it to say there was a huge problem here. Some of them we know ran off into the woods as the trooper was speaking to them. And from there, it really goes downhill. He called in for backup, and they had to cordon off the highway. So there was something going on. Someone was doing something. I think them a couple of these guys that the police I know it's crazy story. It's nuts. A couple of these guys ran off into the woods. I would think any police officer in their right mind would be like, Whoa, whoa, whoa! What are you doing? You stay right there. Keep your hands where I can see him. Mind you. It's one trooper and 11 guys in there, Armed. Some of them would with high capacity rifles. You know what I'm saying? You know, it's that kind of scene going on. So we've been talking about it. They say that they are from a group called the Moors. The Moors. Sounds like a nice yacht club or something in Newport. It's not. It's uh and I won't say it's an anti government group. But, boy, I'll tell you It. It kind of has the the the tones of it, But they say they're not. They say they're not violent. They say they're not against the police. They say they're not against America. They're about sovereignty. They live in this country, but They want to play by their rules. They won't bother us, but don't bother them. Why were they in the highway at 1 30 in the morning? That is a good question, My friend. They were On their way from Rhode Island. The main For the weekend. To do training. Their words and the police, Uh, say the same thing that that's that's what they told the police were going to Maine to train so questions. Alright. Alright. Your sovereign You say your peaceful you're into Morocco. Had a Moroccan flag with them. All right, all right, Uh, What were you going to train for? You know, an insurrection of timing. You know, you just can't do that kind of stuff. I don't think anyway, but right now in America Given what's happened in the last year or so. You're just actually, some people would say year or so. Try the last couple of decades. Okay? You just can't do that kind of stuff. So we've been talking about that. And if you have comments about it, or you know anything about the Moors, I don't think most people do. I I gotta tell you. With no disrespect intended. These guys sound like the not too swift is something wrong with them. But maybe I'm being maybe I'm being unfair. Maybe I'm being unfair, but they don't sound too bright. That sounds pretty stupid. What of stupid things? For example? You know why they said they had the gasoline. Because they didn't want To stop at a gasoline station. Now, how long is it from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Maine. I guess it's pretty far. Yes. Maybe. In theory, you'd have to refuel right? So the reason they had all the gasoline in the car. Was they didn't want to stop at a gasoline station because they said someone might notice them. You know, why is that It keeps sticking in my mind. What, But tuck it to the main border is four hours 45 minutes. 292.5 Miles, So, yeah, potentially Very Danny. Well, you'd have to be you have to reveal because means a big They're going probably up into the upper proportions of Maine. You would assume does it not strike you as odd completely doesn't not strike you as a little odd. That the the rationale for the gasoline I mean, they had tanks of gas in these vehicles wasn't just a you know, five gallon tank. They had many. To avoid being seen at a gasoline station. Because you know people might notice them. That strikes me, Danny as well, Then you know you're doing something a little off here. Right Carrying weapons. You're dressed in army fatigues. And you don't want to stop because you don't want to draw attention to yourself. But yet you don't want to know why people have questions about what you're doing. The parents of the Boston Globe story. The parents of this 29 year old Providence, Rhode Island, Man. Narrated an hours long standoff with police Saturday. He went on social media and the live streams. This I love people, uh, from this course Highway, uh said, Uh, on Sunday. This is the parents. He is a loving son. And father, this guy, this head guy Jamal to leave Abdul Bay. Is a dad. Former Marine and I bring that up because you know, the Boston Globe and I think other papers to they have a nice, nice looking young man. He's not a marine anymore. I believe honorably discharged. He made corporal.
11 Massachusetts Militiamen to Appear in Court
"11 suspects involved in an armed standoff with police on a busy interstate are due in court today in Massachusetts, Jack Lepi, ours with member station W. Bur has more. The standoff began early Saturday morning when a Massachusetts state troopers stop to check on a pair of vehicles stopped on the side of interstate 95. They're the troopers saw multiple men wearing military style uniforms and body armor carrying firearms, including semiautomatic rifles. Authorities say they're members of a militia that refuses to acknowledge the U. S government and were on their way from Rhode Island to Maine for training. They face multiple charges, including unlawful possession of a
"massachusetts state" Discussed on AP News
"Teams recovered two additional victims. No one has been rescued alive since the 1st 24 hours after the collapse. Elsa has fallen back to a tropical storm as it heads toward Florida. It had been a Category one hurricane early Saturday, but weekend as it approached Cuba. National Hurricane Center specialist Andy Lotto, says the storm should reach Florida by Monday. Crossing Cuba Sunday night into Monday, and at that point will be approaching somewhere maybe towards the Florida Keys. Forecasters expect Elsa to still be a tropical storm when it reaches Florida. And in Massachusetts state police say an hours long standoff with a group of heavily armed men that shut down. I 95 ended with 11 suspects in custody. The suspect surrendered after police used armored vehicles to tighten the perimeter around them. I'm Mike helping AP News Government airstrikes and artillery fire in Syria's last rebel enclave killed at least eight people. Many of them Children, as well as destroying a civil defense center and a water station. Men running for their lives as shelling strike scenario in southern Idlib one white helmet first responders, also known as the Syria, civil defence, tells everyone to get out of their hands and flees. The shelling continues. The shelling has been concentrated in southern Italy province, many houses were transformed into rubble is overnight selling hit the home of Soupy Lnc Health Center administrator killing him, his wife and three of his Children in their sleep. Shelling also struck the home of a volunteer for the white helmets, killing his two Children. In a nearby village. Another child was killed in several others from the same family were wounded, according to the white helmets. The Britain based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said the shelling was followed by air strikes by suspected Russian.
"massachusetts state" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Storm Elsa to avoid the damaged building, falling on its own governor, Ron De Santis says he agrees with the decision to have the building brought down as soon as possible. It's the opinion of the division of Emergency Management Director Guthrie That this building can be brought down prior to those impacts. And so if you have the building down and you start to see when pick up that may not even necessitate them, stopping at all. At that point, the remains of two more people were found in the rubble in the past 24 hours, bringing the number of confirmed dead at 24 with more than 120 still unaccounted for. Back in Wisconsin. Demolition will start this month or in early August to prepare the site for construction of the Wisconsin Center expansion in downtown Milwaukee. The work site includes the area north of the existing center, which is currently a parking lot, district CEO Marty Brooks tells TMJ four news. Certainly building a larger building will enable us to go after larger conventions. But that's not the core opportunity. The core opportunity for us is more conventions of similar or the same size occurring Either simultaneously or overlapping $320 million expansion is expected to take two years. A ground breaking is planned for later this year. 11 arrests after a tense standoff between law enforcement and a group of armed individuals that shut down part of I 95 in the Boston area today. Colonel Christopher Mason of the Massachusetts State Police says the men were wearing camouflage clothing and armed with long guns and rifles. He says they exited their vehicles after a traffic stop overnight in fled into the woods in Boston area suburbs. They did not have gun licensing on them. First of all, Massachusetts does not allow the pirate carrying of loaded or unloaded. Firearm on an interstate highways such as the men claimed to be part of a group called Morris American Arms and initially said they were heading to Maine for quote training, according to police back in Milwaukee, one person dead and police searching for a suspect after a shooting last night. It happened just after eight near 24th in Monroe. Police say a 35 year old man was found dead at the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact Milwaukee police or Crimestoppers. And finally, the good news for your Fourth of July barbecue is that there are plenty of chicken wings available. The bad news is they're going to cost you met cats, Lisa Grudzielanek says. Processing plants are having a tough time finding enough workers and that's affecting their bottom line. So we're seeing beef. Chicken pork. All varieties of meat pricing is increasing, and that's pretty much across the board, Grudzielanek says. Everyone is dealing with higher prices, Chicken and chicken wings for the Fourth of July holiday our costs on that went up 100% Jean McNair, wtmj news, sports traffic and whether our next citing a limited wtmj news time, 12 03. We go.
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"Through +74 Door busters ballad +71 through seven board some exclusions, apply furniture, mattresses and window coverings Limited to 10% off coupon c store or dot com for details. It's a stretch of I 95 north of Boston shutdown. Massachusetts State Police say several suspects ran into the woods with guns during an early morning traffic stop in Wakefield to arrested six others refusing to surrender believed to be part of a tactical militia group. We're not anti government We're not anti police were not sovereign citizens, someone from a group calling itself Morrish American arms posted on YouTube amid a standoff with Massachusetts State police that has led to the shutdown of I 95 in a shelter in place order near a wooded area We're trying to successfully and peacefully resolve this. Massachusetts state police Colonel Christopher Mason said. 8 to 10, people dressed in tactical gear and carrying guns were on their way to Maine from Rhode Island for training when they were spotted by a trooper. Some fled into the woods and there are negotiations now for their surrender. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK Hurricane also taking aim at Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Cuba but could impact the Surfside Florida condo collapse site in the coming days. The storm now a category 1 126 people still unaccounted for. This is ABC News. The NTSB investigating the emergency landing of a cargo plane minutes after takeoff from Honolulu, Hawaii early Friday morning. The two pilots survived one critical the other in serious condition after reporting engine failure. Missouri lags in covid vaccinations and authorities are blaming Nace. There is telling them to shut up deep vaccine resistance has allowed the delta covid variant to take hold in Missouri straining hospitals. State health officials are asking for help from new federal surge response teams. Steve Edwards, head of Cox Health and Springfield TWEETS. If you are making.
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"massachusetts state" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
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Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails
Massachusetts State Police Sign Pledge to Increase Women in Policing
"Czar Cohen reports. The Massachusetts state Police have joined the 30 by 30 Initiative, created at the New York University School of Law with the goal of making women 30% of police forces by the year 2030. State police Superintendent Colonel Christopher Mason says. Right now women make up only 5% of the mass state police force. A lot of things that make it difficult to recruit women into law enforcement are the traditional perception of what the job is about the pretty sophisticated job. That requires a lot of skills. A lot of those skills that are skill sets that that women have, He says. The recent turmoil and controversy surrounding police nationally have made recruiting difficult recruiting continues to be a challenge. Not only for the Massachusetts state police but nationally, Mason says the state police hope to learn the best strategies for recruiting and retaining women by working with the other members of the initiative. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio in sports. The Berlin's fault of the
WBZ Afternoon News
Massachusetts State Police accused of miscalculating troopers’ and sergeants’ overtime payments
"The union representing state troopers is suing the state police. They are doing this over accusations the department intentionally miscalculated regular pay and overtime pay. Not just for troopers, but for sergeants as well. Court documents show. The State Police Association of Massachusetts claims state police violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. They're seeking three years of back pay triple damages as well, which all in all could end up totaling $18 million.
WBZ Midday News
Boston Police Officer Arrested On Drug Charges
"Arrested in West Roxbury today on drug charges Officer Andrew Johnson of Chestnut Hill was arrested in connection with an incident In January and Woodstock, New Hampshire, New Hampshire, authorities say In that incident, the officer was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and amphetamine. Johnson was arrested by Massachusetts State Police then released to turn himself in. To police in New Hampshire across the country. It is
WBZ Afternoon News
Massachusetts State Board Of Elementary And Secondary Education Authorizes The Commissioner To End Remote Learning
"With education here in Massachusetts, after hours of meeting the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, voting to authorize the commissioner, toe end remote learning across the state. The BBC's Mike Macklin has the details. The vote was less than unanimous eight in favor. Three opposed an indication of the clashing points of view. On a hot button issue facing schools in Massachusetts, the board getting commission to Jeffrey Riley. The power to order District's to reopen their elementary schools full time We think now is the time to begin to move our Children back into school, more robustly medical community believes it I think now is the time to make that call. Parents will have the option of keeping their kids home for the balance of this school year for remote learning. Local school officials will have the ability to seek a waiver for aboard gradual return. Board member Darling Lahm boasts one of three dissenting votes. This is about trust. And I say that I want to try to help. Build that trust a long ways to go. Teacher unions remain opposed to sending their members back to the classroom until after they've been vaccinated. Mike Macklin, WBZ Boston's news radio. All this coming as we learned today, the state is postponing spring in cast testing. No specific date for the test has been announced. As of yet, but a state spokesperson says it'll happen later. In this school year
WBZ Afternoon News
Massachusetts reports 967 new COVID-19 cases, 49 new deaths
"In Massachusetts State Department public health out with its data, and there are 967 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Commonwealth more than 46,000. New tests were conducted. And the test number lower than tests is normal, likely due to the weather as well as yesterday's holiday. There were 49 new deaths reported 1000 and 96. People are in the hospital with coronavirus cases 275 in the intensive care and the seven day average positivity rate in Massachusetts now sits at 2.22%. Members of the Massachusetts
Remembering Boston's Pioneering State Representative, Doris Bunte
"Boston has lost another pioneering legend. Doris bundy died yesterday of cancer at her home. She was eighty-seven bundy was the first black woman elected to the state house of representatives and the first black woman to run the boston housing authority. She was also a mentor. And a friend to many including marie saint floor herself. A former massachusetts state representative now a principal at saint floor communications. Murray thanks for joining us. Welcome to radio boston. Good to be with you to you. Marie you lost a friend and mentor. I'm sorry for your loss. How are you. i'm i'm i'm fine. I think that all of us who are women who were legislators lost the an amazing mentor in an amazing leader today and You know we know comes but when it comes you really feel it and you have regrets that you've stayed as connected as you'd like to have stayed connected in so yeah it's it's a sad day but i'm happy to be able to celebrate her life and i thank her family for sharing her with us all these years. When did you first meet her. And can you tell us a little bit about door. Spongy so i have to tell you. I was eleven years old when i first saw a bar. Doris bundy on television. Now i'll explain. And i think she had just eventually just become state right back in the old days. You only had one. Tv in the house and so you are watching whatever your parents were watching at that time and you here was this woman who was going in to become a state representative in this in in massachusetts as she grew up right in audit. You know she. She had been living in orchard park. I went to saint patrick's so was right down the street. Rama where i went to school every day. There was a sub shop at dudley. That used to walk so you knew you knew the area. So he was this woman who was essentially you know in in places that you identified walked. Who is now going to be in the in the halls of power mistake and she was this tall she was poised in. That was my first introduction. On then i became a state rep and i became a state rep and what i love about her. I did not respond the as an adult. And she reached out on my. I remember when i was running. Decided to run for office. There were a number of people. I spoke with and she offered her wisdom. I remembered when life got rough in the legislature. And i needed questions in that was seeking direction. She's a person that you pick up the phone and you could talk to. And she would share her wisdom. That that's how i remember her. And then she modeled a lot of the things that i think some of us tried to do. I'm once we were in office. What kind of modeling murray. So for me. Dr is modeled. What it meant onto work across the divides weather. It's across racial lines She she she modeled. That i mean you saw that in her work in the legislature. You saw that in her work in the boston housing authority. She was willing to listen. I mean the leadership of the boston housing authority. While she was there was predominantly white. She was she had a clear vision about what she wanted to elevate the rights of people of color in that space but she again She would probably she would call them on formidable adversaries but she was up to the challenge and she was willing to sit listen and work through it one of the things. I never observed due to demonize. That's not was not her style. She was firm to knew what she wanted to go and she left the table always with the door open that i learned from her. I really did. I get this sense marie that she was really tough. Steely she came to boston. According to the globe in nineteen fifty-three three with ninety eight cents to her name at one point. She really locked horns with boston. Mayor kevin white when she was at the boston housing authority. He was a formidable opponent. And in the end through the courts. She won her dispute with him about her leadership at the boston housing authority. She helped integrate Boston public housing. Did you see her as a as a tough woman. And did she model that for other black women leaders coming up behind her as well to me she was. She was smart and she was donations. And what. I appreciate about her that she stood in her power so yeah kevin white could have had his point of view. She had hers two and she believes she was right and she acted on it. Issue was not boastful. She just acted in did what she believed So yeah i think she was a formidable opponent but she but she worked to build consensus so she was acting with the support of those on She was representing so. Unfortunately i you know. I you know a mayor while at the time did not respect that she was tough event. She'd smile. I mean. I remember for me. Remember a smile you know and particularly when she wanted to probe you on something further because she knew there was more there and you could see it so she. She's she's not she she. You might misjudge because you look at or height and you then you see that. She's a woman and it would be to your detriment if you misjudge the staleness of her character on our intellect in her tenacity
VB in the Middle
Police Investigate Shootings On Boston's Route 93 And Outside Salem Restaurant
"Thought. Massachusetts State police investigating a shooting on route 93 last night in Boston about 10 o'clock. One man hospitalized. No word on the extent of his injuries and in Salem police on the scene for hours into early this morning outside a local restaurant involving a possible shooting their brothers Taverna. Police on Lee confirm it's an active
WBZ Afternoon News
More Than 1,200 COVID Vaccine Doses Have Been Wasted in Massachusetts
"With vaccines in such short supply we've learned more than 1200. Doses of the vaccine have gone toe waste here in Massachusetts. State telling WBZ TV SIDE team As of last Friday, almost 1100 doses of the Madonna vaccine and 176 doses of the Fizer vaccine have been reported as wasted. That's a vaccine wasted percentage of about 1760.13% of the 960,100 covert doses that have been shipped here to Massachusetts. Healthcare providers are routinely finding extra doses and the Madonna vaccines and they have to be used within six hours of opening Those vials.
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"massachusetts state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Norwood. Kristen Acting the WBC news radio traffic copter 4 95 South past. Still a problem at 93, Laurie gradually bc's traffic on the threes. We've got cloudy skies and snow is starting to fall in portions of central and western Massachusetts. Right now, later this morning, everyone will start to see the flakes fly, and it's going to start to pick up in intensity to as we head towards lunchtime. And into the afternoon hours. In fact, a winter weather advisory has been posted for much of the eastern portion of Massachusetts will see up to six inches of new snow and some inland communities today and that type of snow will be light and fluffy to move along the shoreline. It's a bit heavier is The temperature is warmer and we get some rain mixing in. It's all said and done by later on tonight, clearing skies overnight in our cold weather continues as we drop into the teens and Tunney and and twenties tonight we're looking at some sunshine back in play tomorrow still cold, not even freezing for a high temperature and the potential for another storm system. Is attacking us on Thursday. But right now it looks like that's going to stay well south of us it bears watching, and we will, as we get closer 22 degrees clouds for now in Boston at 705, you know numbers can be deceiving, but sometimes Numbers can offer hope like with the Daily coronavirus caseload report from Massachusetts State health officials, WBC's Carl Stevens tells us We've just seen the lowest number of new infections in months. It could be Sunday. Snow Storm and the Super Bowl might have had an impact on people getting tested for the virus. The latest update from the state Department of Public Health Shows fewer than 1300 new confirmed cases of the virus in the state. But that's from fewer than 43,000.
WBZ Afternoon News
Former State Sen. Ben Downing Announces Run For Massachusetts Governor
"Senators returning the local politics this time looking to be the governor of Massachusetts in Massachusetts. We've lost along People close to US livelihoods and small businesses. That's former Massachusetts state Senator Ben Downing. In his campaign ad, the Democrat announcing he's running for governor in 2022. Downing served in the state Senate from 2007 to 2017 when he opted not to seek a six term and went on to work in the solar energy field. Climate change is among one of the key issues he's running on, along with racial and economic justice. We can build a sustainable, thriving Massachusetts but are Leadership has lacked the will and urgency toe in recent weeks, Downing's blasted the Baker Administration on Social Media, calling the cove in 19 vaccination rollout. Choppy. No word yet on whether or not governor Baker will run for third term.
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"massachusetts state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That the Doak a Saurus, Holyoke insists, is our official candidate to be named the Massachusetts state. Dinosaur. He filed a bill to do just that, and it asking dinosaur fans to reach out to their elected representatives to support the modern prehistoric proposal. Karl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, Lots of green on Wall Street at seven a wait. Let's take a look at Bloomberg business. You have to spend money to make money, and this afternoon, some are wondering if T Mobile is spending too much. The nation's number two wireless provider is bidding in the federal auction of airwaves where its new five G spectrum Company is not allowed to comment specifically on its bidding, But its full year profit forecast is lighter than many had expected. Rally for stocks. Today Thou jumped 332, NASDAQ and S and P hit new records. NASDAQ Up 167 S and P 500 up. 42 has the latest weaving of US unemployment helped spread hope. New JOBLESS lean filings fell 33,000 last week to a still awful but better 779,000 and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Your place of work is open to interpretation these days, but your place for news is clearly defined. Tell your smart speaker to play WBC news radio on I Heart radio. I'm Alec Baldwin. Listen to my podcast. Here's the thing on my heart radio. It's my chance to talk with artists, policy makers and performers like Kristen Bell. I always like to say I like being an actress, but I love being Kristen. So I've prioritized that a little bit more than my like desire to spread my wings or prove to people that I could be some dramatic actress. If you like listening as much as I like talking with interesting people and go to here's the thing on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts..
"massachusetts state" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Up. Was there close? I'm part time. That's Karen Pulido, though, isn't it, Taylor? It's It's whoever you wanted to bay. Okay? It's Yeah, it's Yeah. Okay. It's just a It's a generic US. But if you want to, if you want to get on board and try to win the gym pus AKI, Wizard of Oz contest. We've got a few here to do this evening, and then we will move on and we'll do some other subjects. Mainly, we're going to do the Massachusetts State police sergeant who was now locked up and the tailor has made his debut as a as a Photographer for the Boston Herald today. Herald photographer was unable to get the picture The screenshot that Taylor got so Taylor's picture is running on the front page of the Boston Herald website. It may even make the front page tomorrow. Look out, Grace, Curly. It's my time on the front page. I'm glad that, they said, though, by Taylor Cormier. Slash how weak our show So I get in there. I get some Credit for the For the great picture to go along with my column. I think I wrote a good column and they're also I hope they're going to use the picture. I said they're two runaways. There's the runaway that was painted by Norman Rockwell of the state trooper with the eight year old boy at the diner, which was really the Howard Johnson's in Pittsfield that ran on the cover of the wall of the Saturday evening post. And in 1958 run away. Now we have the new run away. And that's the picture by Taylor of the state trooper in his orange jumpsuit and his mask that he is wearing improperly. Maybe Charlie Parker will finally get it. Get interested in the state police corruption if he sees that, this guy is wearing a mask improperly with his with his nose. Open. God, these people How dare they? How dare they anyway? 844 540 to 42. That we want to get some people on the line to what to play the game to play The Wizard of us and the winners will get copies of my book. What really happened? That's the story of how how Donald J. Trump saved America from Hillary Clinton. And all of this might have been going on four years earlier had not Donald Trump and re elected in her elected in 2016, but we had a four year respite and unfortunately, we don't have another four year rest, But so we got to just try to get through this thing. But Jen pus. AKI is very much of a A wizard. This of us, She says it quite often because she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about. All right. 844 542 42. Incidentally, there's another interesting story. You know, Hunter Biden. He needs a lawyer now because he's under FBI investigation. No one thinks it's going anywhere, obviously, but he does have a lawyer and there it's from a New York law firm and another guy in the New York law firm. That's representing Hunter Biden, Nicholas McKay McQuaid. He was a former associate count White House counsel in the Obama administration. He has now been appointed the acting criminal division chief. And he isn't he has announced that they're going to prosecute a guy from the 2016 election. A Twitter troller, who goes by the name of Ricky Vonn. Supposed to Vicky Bond, who was you know Batman's girlfriend? I believe, wasn't it to keep all the keep on and so he put out some goofy texts in 2016? Advising Hillary voters to the boat at home. Vote from home text Hillary the 599 to 5, and he also said that the Clinton supporters could just post the name of their favorite candidates on your Facebook or Twitter account on November 8. That's it. He's now he's now being prosecuted. This guy who did these nonsensical Tweets. In tax in 2016 is good. He's looking at 10 years in prison under the Biden administration. They didn't send Kevin clients with the jail for for a day, But they want to send this guy to jail for a joke for 10 years, All right, we're all loaded up here. We're ready to go. This is Jen Psaki. And you know how it works. You count how many times she says The only thing I give you is a countdown toe. How many's and I tell you? How many seconds it is? So you know how many how long you gotta count? And if you If you hear someone went ahead of you. Don't drop off the line because we've got three or four of these to go here today. 844 542 42. So the first wizard is 22 seconds long, 22 seconds long. I'm gonna do the countdown three. 21. We will do closely from.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"massachusetts state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"40 degrees in Boston at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening to local suspects accused of participating in the U. S Capitol riot nearly two weeks ago, making initial federal court appearances today. WBC's Karen Regal joins us now. Is going on, Karen. Well right now, Suzanne, I Ani is in court. Right now She's hammering out the terms of her release with a federal judge. This is a virtual hearing, so I'm watching it while I'm reporting live to you, Ben Susanna Annie just staring into that zoom camera as her attorney and the U. S attorney Hammer this out in front of the judge hears the upshot. This is not no Raymond's, too. There's no guilty or not guilty plea. This is an initial court appearance. And what they're hammering out is her next appearance and how shall be released. It seems to be going towards she will be released with an interesting twist on the condition of her release Been not only will she be released after her next court appearance is set up, but attached to the term of those release is that she not be allowed within the area. Of the Massachusetts State House. We've been reporting that there are expected demonstrations at all 50 State capitals. She's among those who allegedly went to the capital to protest when the election was certified on the six so attached to the terms of her release. Apparently the government wants in her defense as agreeing that she will not be allowed within the area. Of the Massachusetts State House during the time that she is awaiting this to be hammered out in court that the time that these charges will eventually her case will come to fruition. Let's put it that way. Ben Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, less than 24 hours away now from the Presidential inauguration. Washington's bracing for the transfer of power President elect Joe Biden will succeed Donald Trump as the 46th, president of the United States. CBS is scholar Henry tells us the inauguration. It's related ceremonies for being mapped out under some unprecedented levels of security. CBS News has confirmed reports the FBI is investigating online chatter from far right extremists connected to Cuban on conspiracy theories. About posing as National Guard members to get close to the inauguration amid threats of violence. Security has been fortified for the inauguration toe happen as planned is vulnerable is the government ever gets, But I think it's an important Message to send President elect Abidin has acknowledged that work needs to be done to get lawmakers.
WBZ Afternoon News
Safety preparations ongoing at Massachusetts State House in Boston ahead of Inauguration Day
"Set up all around the statehouse in case any protests. Get out of hand. WBC's match here went to take a look earlier today. I just talked to him. Boston police officer who tells me he's not aware of any pro trump rallies taking place at the State House today, but they're still not taking any chances. Crew spent their Sunday morning extending the perimeter around the building, blocking off parts of Beacon Street and all of Park Street. Additionally, there are barricades on Boston common and uniformed police officers Standing guard. We also learned yesterday that Plexi Glass was placed over the windows at the Statehouse and parking restrictions have been in effect since midnight. Keep that in mind if you're on your way to the city, and we're hoping to find a free Sunday parking meter on Beacon Hill. Will
WBZ Midday News
Washington DC designates two areas for Inauguration Day protests amid heightened security, Boston prepares for unrest
"With Inauguration Day, right around the corner security tightens in Washington and all around the country. Let's get more from ABC. Alex Stone walking around here today, The streets are nearly empty right now, beyond the road blocks that are set up the National Guard in D C. Police, sir Manning those checkpoints. National Guard with guns across her chest. The perimeter blocked by tall anti scale fencing Now in circling the heart of Washington, the White House, the Capitol, the lips, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, will you think of is the iconic sites of D C. Now cut off by the fencing? Meanwhile, both Massachusetts state police and the FBI say right now there are no major concerns at this time. And Governor Charlie Baker agrees. This point in time, there is no specific threat to any physical structure or republic asset in Massachusetts State Police say they have now established operations plan to provide security in response to potential protests and the possibility of violence at the state House or other areas, as well as to provide the capability to quickly assess local police relative. State if needed. The National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard is now closely monitoring the situation. It also says Well, there's a lot of non specific chatter. There's also been no specific threat detected
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"massachusetts state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker says there is no credible threat against the State House. But as WBC's mad, sure reports they're not taking any chances. Well, the good news for tourists is that you can still get a nice picture in front of the Massachusetts State House. There is a temporary chain link fence surrounding the building. But that's only inside of the stylish Kate. That's a little more photogenic. You also won't be seeing big pieces of plywood over the windows. The state opted for the more daylight friendly Plexi glass option. And, lastly, the city of Boston is placed signs along Beacon Street warning drivers not to park here. The last thing you need is to get your car stuck in the middle of a protest and then a ticket on top of that on Beacon Hill. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio, However, like authorities in many states around the country, Massachusetts police are preparing for any political unrest ahead of Joe Biden's Presidential inauguration. Both Massachusetts state police and the FBI say there are no major concerns at this time in Governor, Baker agrees. This point in time, there is no specific threat. Any physical structure or public asset in Massachusetts, so state police say they have established an operations plan to provide security in response to potential protests. And the possibility of violence at the state House or other areas, as well as to provide the capability to quickly assist local police throughout the state, if needed. The National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard is also monitoring The situation, they say. While there's been a lot of non specific chatter, there has been no specific threat detected. Four days ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Security being ramped up there is well fences, razor wire members of the National Guard surrounding the capital and at least 10 states have activated National Guard troops to protect their capital cities. Here's NBC's Trevor all the FBI is now warning about possible new threats from domestic violent extremists. Among the FBI's top concerns for Inauguration Day. The substantial threat of improvised explosive devices. Sources tell ABC News and Inauguration Rehearsal planned by the Biden team Sunday has been postponed and President elect Biden pledging to boost supplies of Corona virus vaccine and also Set up new vaccination sites to meet his goal of 100 million shots administered in 100 days, part of a broader covert strategy that also seeks to straighten out some of the snags and testing and ensure that minority communities Are not left behind the Patriots home turf has been converted into a covert 19 vaccination site. State officials say the use of Gillette Stadium will make it possible to vaccinate thousands. Every day. Doctor Eric moronic with mass. General Brigham says the goal is to gear up as quickly and as safely as they can. He started here in the.
WBZ Midday News
Suspect Arrested For Shooting Massachusetts State Trooper In Springfield
"As 2020 neared and in shot, spotter technology alerted mass state police and Springfield police of gunfire in the area of 1 95 Nursery Street this happening at about 11 30 as a trooper pulled up to the scene, he was shot a preliminary report showing gunfire hit the cruiser piercing right through the vehicle and hitting the trooper. Luckily, a Springfield officer rush to help. The trooper with non life threatening injuries was reportedly released from the hospital overnight and the trooper, by the way, New on the job. Just graduating from the Mass State Police Academy back in May.
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"31 degrees in the Boston at 6 30 Happy New Year. Thanks for joining us today. I'm Charlie Bergeron. And here's what's happening. And just as 2020 was drawing to a close a Massachusetts state trooper shot in Springfield Here's the latest now with WBZ TV is on a Mylar. A police say that Trooper was responding to a call for shots fired and he was hit as soon as he arrived on the scene. Thankfully, his injuries are not life threatening. This happened just before 11 30 last night on New Year's Eve, the trooper was responding to a shots. Potter activation on nursery Street, along with Springfield police. Officials say it appears a gunshot passed through part of the cruiser and then hit the trooper. A Springfield police officer immediately began medical aid until E. M. S arrived and transported the trooper to Bay State Medical Center stage. Please tell us the trooper was conscious and alert right now, there is no word of any arrest. We have learned that that trooper Just graduated from the academy in May. Again he is OK. He has already been released from the hospital, Police Superintendent Colonel Christopher Mason says in a statement. Among other things, the police will Identify and hold accountable the person or persons responsible for this violent act well as midnight approach. There was a very scaled down event in Times Square in New York. There was a small crowd of masked essential workers who rang in the new year is the ball dropped and we ushered in. 2021 president elect Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, appearing on Dick Clark's New Year's Rocking Eve Show. Last night, it was a pre recorded interview with host Ryan Seacrest. President elects and the future First lady, Happy New Year keep the faith and in Times square so different than in years past the annual New York City New Year's celebration at a crossroads with Really hardly anyone there. Except for those entertaining for television purposes, special guests there were a handful all across the country officials are trying to sound the alarm about potential super spreader events because of these New Year's Eve celebrations. We know that out in Las Vegas there was concerned about as many as 14,000 people gathering in a single area. The governor had expressed concern about that. Now the area's restricted to hotel guests only. In California, where a lot of the ICU Zurich capacity the fame Santa Monica Pier has been shut down. The CDC and cities like San Francisco are urging people to stay home in years past. If you went to Times Square in New York, you were shoulder to shoulder. There was many as a million people taking part in New Year's Eve festivities very, very few. Allowed. Some on the perimeter of the police enforcement were there to usher in 2021 6 33 the coronavirus showing no signs of letting up. In Massachusetts. Latest numbers in just a couple of minutes. Let's go check the roads. The Subaru Retainers of New England all wheel drive.
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Suspect in Mass. state trooper's shooting killed in shootout with US Marshals in New York
"A state trooper in high Ennis Was killed yesterday in a New York City shootout. There's WBC's medicine wrong. Andre Sterling, who allegedly shot mass State Trooper John Lennon, after a traffic stop in high anise in November, was tracked down by the New York Fugitive Task Force in the Bronx. Ah, shootout began after 5:30 A.m. five Marshals Open fire sterling shot to death. Two officers were shot their injuries reportedly non life threatening the fugitive task force members were joined by four Massachusetts state troopers. None of them were hurt Trooper
Suspect Hurt in Shooting Involving U.S. Marshalls in the Bronx
"US marshals and an NYPD detective were hurt earlier today when they attempted to arrest of fugitive who was one of the Massachusetts Andre Sterling had two prior arrest warrants, and he had been wanted for the shooting of a Massachusetts state trooper on Cape Cod. Last month. He was considered armed and dangerous, and the U. S marshals found that out the hard way when they confronted him in the Wakefield section of the Bronx at about 5 30 in the morning. Shots were fired. Sterling was killed. A second suspect may also have been injured. That's correspondent Erica Too risky their law enforcement officers who were hurt or all listed as stable. The marshals were both shot, apparently with arm and leg wounds. News is
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Suspect in Massachusetts state trooper's shooting killed in shootout with US Marshals in New York
"With the shooting of a state trooper in high. Ennis last month, is killed in a shootout with police. WBC's Tim done with war from the cave. CUB Europe, Massachusetts State Police and the Cape and Islands District Attorney's office have confirmed that 35 year old Andre Sterling was shot and killed in a shootout with U. S marshals in the Bronx this morning. Happen. Islands D A. Michael O'Keefe says authorities had track sterling to an apartment in the Bronx, where it approximately 5 30 this morning. Members of the New York and New Jersey U. S marshals were sent to apprehend him to deputy U. S marshal for Chyna, recovering at a nearby hospital from non life threatening injuries while Sterling was killed during the exchange of gunfire. Four Massachusetts State police troopers were also on CNN. New York City is part of the investigation. Sterling had been on the run since the November 20th shooting of state Trooper John Lennon and high anise. Lenin is still recovering from hand injuries after being released from Massachusetts General Hospital the shooting this morning still under investigation by authorities in New York from the Cape Cod
Ron St. Pierre
Five-Car Crash Closes I-95 in Attleboro, SW Of Boston, Leaves 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries
"And a multi vehicle crash on route 95 in Attleboro. It happened yesterday afternoon on the South bound side. Massachusetts State. Police say two people in one of the vehicles had to be extricated by firefighters and were taken to Rhode Island Hospital. The other crash victims reportedly suffered non life threatening injuries. The crash is under investigation. A second earthquake has
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Lines to get tested for coronavirus are growing long ahead of Thanksgiving
"Still line of cars stretched down Pauline Street and wrapped around the corner summer getting tested before seeing FAM. Leave this Thanksgiving. I'm personally gonna be traveling and just staying with my immediate family. But we all want to be safe while others are looking for some peace of mind. I was in contact with someone who tested so I just want to be safe. It seems like the holidays coupled with the rising number of coronavirus cases or motivating people to get tested. Even know Thanksgiving is a time to be surrounded by friends and family. Governor Baker is really urging people to lay low and on Lee spend time with those in your immediate household. It's WBZ TV Is Tiffany Chan reporting positive cases of covert 19 in Massachusetts. Yesterday's numbers, registering the second highest total since the pandemic began 2991 cases It's just 2.7%, though of the 109,000 tests. That were conducted patients being treated in intensive care continuing to climb 187 patients in ICU statewide this morning just one month ago, that number was just 103. The search continues for the suspect, who shot a Massachusetts state trooper during a traffic stop on Cape Cod on Friday night that trooper suffering a serious wound to his right hand and is being treated at mass general. Police have not yet identified that trooper who works out of the ER meth barracks busy morning yesterday for the mayor of Boston in Dorchester, helping out those in need. Here's WBC's Matt Sure, James Morton, president of the Y M. C. A of Greater Boston is standing next to hundreds of stop and shop bags full of uncooked Thanksgiving feast feast to to go. go. This This is is the the most most beautiful beautiful morning morning we've we've had had in in five five years. years. But But it's it's also also the the most most important important time time that that we've we've been been doing doing this this work. work. One One of of the the volunteers volunteers distributing distributing donations donations is none other than Mayor Marty Walsh himself were just talking about the increase in need. I think it's like four or five times what it was this time last year, so they need is certainly greater for Dewan Olson Cook who lives down the block. This is my first time because I'm out of work because of Colin amount of work, But James knows that tough times Don't last, and what we do now will determine how we come out on the other side, Covert 19. Is behind us. We'll all be stronger because of what we're doing today in