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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bears against the Oakland Raiders for years with the raiders now with the bears linebacker Khalil Mack is looking for a little pay back the loan to. this number is on the phone with them though the the the thing to do king won and easier for results not to sight see. I love the and hello to try to get this win back his seventeen sacks intend forced fumbles since joining the bears last season compared to a raiders defense that has just eighteen sacks and eight forced fumbles from the entire unit timers ABC news London the university of may not happy with kids states investigation of its decision to halt a women's field hockey game that was tied with no score to make way for fireworks for a football game Kent state says the investigation by its office of compliance equal opportunity and affirmative action concluded there was no title nine violation or gender related bias you main says it's disappointed the Kent state didn't interview student athletes were disrespected by Kent state's actions. an autistic boy who became well known for voicing his love of music at a concert last year getting a close up view of the classical world as we hear from A. B. C.'s Michelle friends. it's been a year since wrote in that and it's been back to Symphony Hall in Boston the nine year old autistic music lover rarely speaks but following the orchestra's final notes last year to a Mozart piece he shouted out. a magical moment grandfather who took him along with the audience and conductor Hary Christopher's suddenly this is innocent while from somewhere back there in the whole which just made its way everybody grown in getting the chance to meet him and this weekend invited to rehearsals before Hayden societies opening night inspired by music and now inspiring others Michelle Franzen ABC news New Hampshire state police say one person was killed when a tractor trailer and a car collided here in the northern New Hampshire John of Randolph troopers say the collision happened at about a quarter to three this morning on route to they say the driver of the car was killed the tractor trailer driver not injured. calling all pilots United Airlines wants to hire ten thousand new pilots over the next ten years they need them to replace the nearly six thousand who are retiring potential candidates may even get their education and training all paid their other competitors like south western delta have also launched recruitment programs for pilots over the past year. Jodi arias serving life in prison for the two thousand eight killing her boyfriend in Arizona it was a trial received a lot of media coverage now the Arizona Republic reports that are uses conviction may be overturned due to prosecutorial misconduct claims the Arizona court of appeals has agreed to consider America out he county prosecutor's actions in the K. C. allegedly provided information to a blogger covering the trial which included false testimony. on this day fifty years ago hog Tober fifth nineteen sixty nine Monty python's flying circus made its debut on the B. B. C.. Monty python's flying circus ran for six years soon lives on to this day and repeats. well a new memorial will soon be going up in the nation's capital all those in favor signify by saying aye plans for a memorial honoring Americans who served in World War one have received final approval from the national capital Planning Commission meaning work on the project can begin in the coming months the slate was already selected by Congress Matthew places a senior urban designer with the commission this will be beneficial as a whole the memorial will be in a park about a block from the White House featuring a fountain of pulled in a freestanding wall depicting a sculpture of soldiers Nick I Nelly ABC news Washington. Miguel Marrero who Taunton convicted of second degree murder the twenty three year old accused of using a thirty eight caliber pistol to kill Gordon weeks three years ago the Bristol county DA says he's happy with the jury's decision the whole borough accountable moral will be sentenced next Friday. ten thirty one point nine online at W..

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"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kids after confiscating them WBZ's Karen regal kids will be kids I'll ride their bikes in the street without looking at pop Wheatley's but mess law says if you're under sixteen you got to wear a helmet while riding the bike so people the school resource officer Brian koloa gotten idea take the bikes from the kids that were coming to school without helmets on and have a time set up for the parents to come in at the end of the day to pick up their kids bikes at which time you provide a Republic with a helmet water bottle Stephenie sergeant crystals America's says. department wants kids to ride bikes to be responsible for us to just sit here and watch this happen and wait for someone to get hit by a car or fall off that crack that'll but safely and what the helmet NDP Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio sales of the vaping their products are still on hold here's WBZ TV's Paul Evans the state's ban on vaping will stand at least for now federal judge denied a request to put the band on hold for two weeks while a challenge plays out in federal court Dave shop owners want a restraining order arguing that the restrictions are forcing them out of business governor Charlie Baker declared vaping a public health emergency last month local vape store owners are doing the band will destroy the states three hundred thirty million dollar vapor products industry and also because what they say will be irreparable harm to their business it is nine oh six and the mayor of Methuen setting a curfew come Halloween mayor James juga announcing that residents will be limited to trick or treating for about ninety minutes four thirty in the afternoon till six o'clock on the thirty first of October and that decision follows the city's designation now is one of thirty five communities in the state a critical risk for the triple a virus state public health officials say three residents have died from that virus some great news though five year old Sophia Garabedian battling eastern equine encephalitis now for a month finally home so V. as family said she was released from Spaulding rehabilitation hospital yesterday Garabedian was rushed to the hospital back on September third after experiencing flu like symptoms headaches and suffering a possible seizure family members say she had a high fever she was unresponsive and then three days later she was diagnosed with Tripoli and her parents now say so he has a long road ahead of a. but she will continue her rehabilitation at home it is nine oh seven A. thon man convicted of second degree murder Miguel Marrero accused of using a thirty eight caliber semi automatic pistol to murder Gordan weeks and he was convicted of this murder three years ago twenty three year old Marrero also charged with illegal possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition Bristol county district attorney Thomas Quinn says he is happy with the jury's decision to hold that moral accountable sentencing is scheduled for October eleventh at nine OO eight Janice ready has our Bloomberg business.

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"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Where you get your news WBZ newsradio. the chilly forty four degrees in Boston it's six o'clock good morning a driver drawn here's what's happening president trump says he will not cooperate with the democratic hierarchy. Democrats issuing subpoenas to officials at the White House the impeachment inquiry back and forth continues between the president and house Democrats with a subpoena to the White House it's for documents related to a phone call with Ukraine CBS is Nicole Killian on Capitol Hill intelligence community inspector general Michalak ensign made his second appearance before lawmakers since flagging the whistle blower complaint that triggered the impeachment probe after at consumes nearly seven our testimony house intelligence chairman Adam Schiff said documents and testimony show the whistle blowers complaint against the president was both urgent and credible chair of the house foreign relations committee congressman Eliot Engel with more on closed door testimony this past week in a row after seeing those tax that there was and tend to was actually blackmailed me and the for the president of of Ukraine he was on CNN meantime US ambassador to the E. U. Gordon Scotland will appear for a closed door deposition himself Tuesday CBS news update amassed Piper former vice president Joe Biden speaking publicly at a presidential forum about president trump's unsubstantiated accusations of corruption presidential hopeful Joe Biden at the SEIU labor forum issuing his strongest rebuke yet of president trump's corruption claims against Biden and his son hunter who sat on a Ukrainian energy business more during Biden's term as vice president all this talk to the present about corruption. comes from those corrupt president we've had in modern history. is the definition of corruption when asked about his son's business dealings not accomplishments there's been no indication of any conflict of interest in the crater anywhere else Biden didn't say if he supported the impeachment inquiry saying that's up to Congress to decide Michelle Franzen ABC news center credit presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he's feeling much better after having a heart attack earlier this week Sanders posting a video on Twitter in which she's seen smiling and standing with his wife in a park in Las Vegas Sanders signed off by saying see you soon on the campaign trail standards released from a hospital in Las Vegas yesterday I taught man convicted of second degree murder Miguel Marrero accused of using a thirty eight caliber semi automatic pistol to murder Gordon weeks and he was convicted twenty three year old moral also charged with illegal possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition Bristol county district attorney Thomas Quinn says he's happy with the jury's decision to hold Moreau accountable sentencing is scheduled for October eleventh vaping products still not for sale here in Massachusetts and we'll get to that story straight.

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"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For the work that needs to be done to improve the T. an upgrade the T. either got to shut service down as for at least on the train line for awhile between train station so while they're doing that as long as we have good dependable bus service I I know it's going to be a an inconvenience for but for folks but that that'll be the cost for hopefully having a T. system that that that is that is first class a state house protest over the four month ban on the sale of vaping products in the state here's WBZ's can Tunnicliffe the dozen or so independent vape store owners who gathered outside the state house say they've either been put out of business by the governor's band or are on the verge of going out of business Patrick Ritter runs to north shore vapor shops which are now closed put me out of a job of my owners out of a job but everybody out of a job fortunately you know it's not like we're trying to harm anybody which I hope will get off cigarettes were not try to track his governor Charlie Baker implemented the temporary ban saying vaping related illnesses or a public health emergency state police arrest thirteen people on trespassing charges after they refused to leave the state house they were booked and released from various barracks they have been demonstrating in support of driver's licenses for non citizens in Boston federal court a one month prison sentence for the former chairman of a global law firm. college admissions scandal Gordon Kaplan paid seventy five thousand dollars to read his daughter's ACT test a top man convicted of second degree murder in the shooting death of Gordon weeks in his talk in the park but in twenty sixteen sentencing for Miguel Marrero is set for next week in sports the Bruins as the stars two to one don tough WBZ Boston's news radio. well Jason I've got to tell you you're pretty much everything this company is looking for in an entry level candidate create your resume isn't quite what we're used to but you've got a fantastic work ethic thank you and I'm impressed by how you carry yourself so should we talk about the job what the job oh sorry yeah I have no way of recruiting or even meeting you this interview can happen it.

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"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For improvements Boston mayor Marty Walsh's sometimes for the work that needs to be done to improve the T. an upgrade the T. either got to shut service down as for a lease on the train line for awhile between sensation so while they're doing that as long as we have good dependable bus service I I know it's gonna be a an inconvenience for but for folks but that that'll be the costs for hopefully having a T. system that that that is that is first class a state house protest over the four month ban on the sale of vaping products in the state WBZ's can Tunnicliffe the dozen or so independent vape store owners who gathered outside the state house say they've either been put out of business by the governor's band or are on the verge of going out of business Patrick Ritter runs to north shore vapor shops which are now close to put me out of a job of my owners out of a job but everybody out of a job fortunately you know it's not like we're trying to do is try to help people get off cigarettes when I try to track his governor Charlie Baker implemented the temporary ban saying vaping related illnesses or a public health emergency state police arrest thirteen people on trespassing charges after they refused to leave the state house they were booked and released from various barracks they have been demonstrating in support of driver's licenses for non citizens in Boston federal court a one month prison sentence for the former chairman of a global law firm in the college admissions scandal Gordon Kaplan paid seventy five thousand dollars to rake his daughter's ACT test a top man convicted of second degree murder in the shooting death of Gordon weeks in his talk in the park but in twenty sixteen sentencing for Miguel Marrero is set for next week in sports the Berlin such the stars two to one don't have WBZ Boston's news radio there was a telephone number to call. and you'd win a million dollars no strings attached would you make the call course you would this is Dan ray what about a.

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"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For the work that needs to be done to improve the T. an upgrade the T. either got to shut service down as for a lease on the train line for a while between train station so while they're doing that as long as we have good dependable bus service I I know it's going to be a an inconvenience for but for folks but the that'll be the costs for hopefully having a T. system that that that is that is first class a state house protest over the four month ban on the sale of vaping products in the state here's WBZ's can tell the cliff the dozen or so independent vape store owners who gathered outside the state house say they've either been put out of business by the governor's band or are on the verge of going out of business Patrick Ritter runs to north shore vapor shops which are now closed put me out of a job of my owners out of a job but everybody out of a job fortunately you know it's not like we're trying to harm anybody which I hope will get off cigarettes what I try to track his governor Charlie Baker implemented the temporary ban saying vaping related illnesses or a public health emergency state police arrest thirteen people on trespassing charges after they refused to leave the state house they were booked and released from various barracks they have been demonstrating in support of driver's licenses for non citizens in Boston federal court a one month prison sentence for the former chairman of a global law firm in the college admissions scandal Gordon Kaplan paid seventy five thousand dollars to rake his daughter's ACT test a top man convicted of second degree murder in the shooting death of Gordon weeks in his talk in the park but in twenty sixteen sentencing for Miguel Marrero is set for next week in sports the Bruins edge. the stars two to one don't have WBZ Boston's news radio what would it take for you to get a tattoo you didn't want a million dollars how about a million socks I'm Randy from Bombus.

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"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"miguel marrero" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here's what's happening more restrictions placed on Columbia gas following last week's natural gas leak in Lawrence that prompted evacuations WBZ's Karen regal the velvet trigger the ghastly can evacuation in Lawrence was supposed to be removed after the gas disaster it was not an abandoned gas mains were supposed to be capped those need to be re inspected now the department of public utilities as Columbia gas can do no work unless it's an emergency situation Lawrence mayor Dan Rivera tells WBZ newsradio he's pleased with exactly that really appropriate with more toward the back March in the back what we need to come be gas show cost effective immediately the caramel they can walk and chew gum at the Teton Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio the national transportation safety board beginning its investigation into yesterday's World War two era bomber crash in Connecticut seven of the thirteen people on board the B. seventeen died when the plane went down at Bradley International Airport two of those killed from Massachusetts NTSB board member Jennifer hummadi says investigators have recovered some parts of the plane we have tires we have both wings we have all four engines and then the tail and several pieces of the plane there was significant fire damage however I'm Andy adding they're looking into what this report said work was being done on one or two of the engines prior to take off the death of Emerson College sophomore Daniel Hollis now being investigated as a homicide Wallace died yesterday after hitting his head during a fight in Austin last weekend Boston police are asking anyone with information to come forward meantime Emerson College students hold a vigil for homeless afterwards school president Lee Pelton spoke with WBZ's resents hospital. thank you for wonderful smile. so the marketing communications major and a member of the lacrosse team western police looking for Thomas Bergstrom in connection with the fatal stabbing in a home on lapierre street it's unclear how he's connected to the case a top man convicted of second degree murder in the shooting death of Gordon weeks and his talking apartment back in twenty sixteen sentencing for Miguel Marrero is a week from tomorrow a one month prison sentence for the college admissions scandal for the former chairman of a global law firm Gordon Kaplan of Greenwich Connecticut paid seventy five thousand dollars to read his daughter's ACT test that sentence in Boston federal court today speaking with reporters outside the White House president trump called on Ukraine and China to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his son well I think five days.

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