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Can Boston schools actually reopen safely?

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:02 min | 3 d ago

Can Boston schools actually reopen safely?

"Assessment of the readiness of Boston Public schools reopen as the city continues to deal with Kobe 19 years, W. B C's Mike Macklin. The teachers union turned to the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health for it's a cesspit of Boston's public schools and whether they're safe for students and teachers to return to the classroom October 1st has planned after inspecting six school buildings extensively Mass cautious Jody Sugarman gave the Teachers union a grim assessment. Many people buildings are not yet prepared to be safely. And while we're we're no, we still have a ways to go. We're quickly running out of time before the over one start date. Only 37 schools had H V A C systems. No, he three have only windows endures to depend on for ventilation. And 90% did not have enough personal protective equipment for school nurses. Might Backlund WDC Boston's NewsRadio the

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Newton Officials Seek Action Around Boston College COVID Cases

WBZ Morning News

01:00 min | Last week

Newton Officials Seek Action Around Boston College COVID Cases

"State health officials will take over contact tracing efforts at Boston College as concern grows and surrounding communities about an outbreak of Corona virus more from BBC's Mike Macklin, Newton Mayor Ruth and Fuller says she's gravely concerned about the recent spike in covert 19 cases about Boston College students for convince BC to give oversight of positive covert cases to the state. We Insisted that the case investigations and contact tracing shift over to the states contact tracing collaborative, Fuller says she'd like B. C to be more forthcoming with information about the school's management of covert case is what we would like. Also Boston College to do is to be giving Daily UPDATES. Newton concerned A serious outbreak of the virus on the B C campus could interfere with the city's efforts to open its public schools. In New Mike Macklin w. B. C. Boston's

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Walsh speaks at union rally on Labor Day in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Walsh speaks at union rally on Labor Day in Boston

"A Labor Day rally is held outside the Boston Convention Center to honor essential workers. W busies. Mike Macklin has the details. It was their socially distance Labor Day rally in Boston there, Marty Walsh, addressing organized labor from the back of a Teamsters union flatbed tractor trailer outside the Convention center in South Boston. This year is certainly going to go in the history books and not just as the year of the pandemic. It will be the year of the essential worker and it's important for us to remember that it will be because it was working women and men. Truly essential people who stepped forward to keep us safe. Keep us fed. I keep us going. Keep us giving us hope. We certainly didn't get any any help all from the White House Welsh issue on the full throated endorsement of the Democratic ticket. Former vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris. In South Boston, Mike Macklin, W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio

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When your dorm room is at the W: Boston student housing offers a dose of the high life

WBZ Morning News

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

When your dorm room is at the W: Boston student housing offers a dose of the high life

"Other college students this fall, settling into some rather luxurious living off campus assigned two rooms and some of the city's priciest luxury hotels. Those rooms left vacant as the pandemic. Takes its toll on people traveling to Boston hears W. B. C's Mike Macklin 24 hour room service. A maid to clean the bathroom would doorman to hail a cab luxury living at the W Hotel and college students Loving it. Anderson student Nina Cozier says the W beats a dormitory hands down. I'm a big fan. The stuff is really nice to us. We have honestly everything we could ever ask for. You come back to school expected you'll be in a dorm room. Instead. You find yourself in a luxury hotel. Compare the two beds a lot nicer. It's a lot bigger. I have more room. I have my own bathroom that I don't have to share. So it's nice to be able to spread out despite all the disadvantages of Kobe. Really nice being here. Yeah, It's

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Boston - Sen. Ed Markey, Rep. Joe Kennedy III making final push ahead of Tuesday's Senate primary

WBZ Morning News

01:12 min | Last month

Boston - Sen. Ed Markey, Rep. Joe Kennedy III making final push ahead of Tuesday's Senate primary

"To go to Massachusetts primary election and likely the most hotly contested race is the race for the Senate seat held by Incumbent Senator Ed Markey. Congressman Joe Kennedy campaigning hard to unseat him. Davies's Mike Macklin, caught up with Marquis, campaigning yesterday in Dorchester wouldn't want you to fight with Wei will stand Coalition of African American ministers endorses Senator Ed Markey and Dorchester as Marquis campaigns in the closing days of a hotly contested race for re election. Facing the challenge of Congressman Joe Kennedy were giving it everything we have all the way up until eight o'clock on Tuesday night. I'm all gas, no brakes. The response I'm getting. It's just absolutely overwhelmingly positive. Uh, and our job now is just to make sure that we get out the vote Marquis courting the state's minority communities in a year, when race has surfaced as an overarching issue. The Corona virus did not create the disparities way see now in employment and education and health care and housing. But the pandemic has laid bare that it would be immoral if we did not take bold action now to end these injustices in

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Boston - Markey, Kennedy Hit Campaign Trail In Last Weekend Before Primary

WBZ Afternoon News

01:04 min | Last month

Boston - Markey, Kennedy Hit Campaign Trail In Last Weekend Before Primary

"Weekend of campaigning before the state primary here in Massachusetts, W. B C's Mike Macklin caught up with Ed Markey and challenger Joe Kennedy. Vying for Senate seat. Congressman Joe Kennedy greets diners of the Irish Cottage restaurant in the Fu in three days and counting till primary day, and Kennedy reflects on his campaign to unseat incumbent U S Senator Read Marquee. Look, we've been out about all day today as we have the past couple weeks and as we will through tonight And the state is really encouraging. It's great to get out in front of people's response to Trump's encouraged by Kennedy likens the decision facing voters to a choice between the present and the future. I think, ultimately this down to again choice for the people of Massachusetts on a choice. To say whether the status quo is good enough or whether we believe we could be better on we believe that we can do something stronger and bolder, and I'm betting on in with you and Mike

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Boston's Northeastern University Sends Warning To 115 Freshman After Post Shows Willingness To Party

Jay Talking

01:13 min | Last month

Boston's Northeastern University Sends Warning To 115 Freshman After Post Shows Willingness To Party

"University is implementing a widespread on campus Cove. It 19 testing program for students. And And the the university, university, issuing issuing a a warning warning to to students students who who might might think think it's it's OK OK to to go go to to parties. parties. W W busies busies Mike Mike Macklin Macklin reports reports it it was was Eastern Eastern students students are are self self administering administering the Koven 19 test attesting stations inside the cabbage visited center on campus. Students on campus more than one day a week need to self test every five days. Those on campus less frequently every seven days. Briana Bullock is a student from Maryland. I think compared to other universities, I like that we're being proactive about it. And that we're doing it as often and trying to get ahead of it before we actually have to get sent Omar, it becomes a bigger deal. It was Eastern issued a stern warning to 115 incoming freshman who responded affirmatively to an instagram pull that asked if they plan to host will go to parties. I like that the university was like being mindful about how it could impact the entire population,

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Early voting begins in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | Last month

Early voting begins in Boston

"And temperatures in the upper seventies greeted early voters as they headed to the polls in Boston, early voters casting their ballot at Boston City Hall and nine other polling stations around the city. Among those nine locations. The public Library in complex square East Boston High School, the Condon School in South Boston Murphy School in Dorchester and the Jackson Man School in Allston, Boston's election commissioner We needed to various says today is also the last day to register to vote in the election. He did give voters 10 extra days this time around to actually register to vote rather than 20 days before an election. The new voter registration deadline is 10 days before the election. Early voting continues Sunday through Friday, giving voters ample opportunity to cast a ballot. Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's news radio, You can find

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | Last month

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be safe. How are we gonna be safe? Jim? Article says toughs is ignoring the residents. Concerns about the public health risks the students present. It's all about the money top takes in approximately $80,000 a year from their students, each student they want that money. So as a result, the community is left behind. Where a second sough in Medford, Mike Macklin, W B Z. Boston's news radio can tops reopening its campus. Two students for the fall semester and one of the problems has been and this is nationwide. College parties. A Dr Deborah Burke's for the White House Corona Virus Task Force says the majority of community spread right now is from parties both indoor and out. And politics shine with the stars of the Democratic Party tonight at the DNC Night three will feature Speaker Pelosi, Senator Elizabeth Warren, vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris and finally former president Barack Obama. Let's get highlights from last night was CBS's Skylar Henry. Democrats are using the convention to showcase their candidates. Broad support Joe Biden will be a president. We will all be proud to salute party luminaries taking shots at President Trump if you want President who defines the job is spending hours a day watching TV zapping people on social media. He's your man. When this president goes overseas, it isn't a good will. Mission is a blooper reel. Mr Trump is spending the week traveling to battleground states like Arizona by his puppet. Of the radical Left wing Barack Obama is slated to speak at the DNC tonight as his vice presidential candidate, Senator Kamala Harris, Skylar, Henry, CBS NEWS Washington And tomorrow night Joe Bannon will deliver his acceptance speech. After being nominated last night. We will carry it live on double DBC news radio and, of course, the I Heart Radio Act. Next week. It's the GOP turns and President Trump will accept his party's nomination Thursday night. We will also take that live coming up. Recent controversial changes at the U. S. Postal Service are put on ice. So, says the postmaster general Elbow three traffic.

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | Last month

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ballots with sent out 60,000 ballots out. Two homes in Boston were received. As of yesterday. 4700 of those So we're not sure if the male is slowing those down, but certainly we cannot go into an election whether it's September or November with concerns around male front, Walsh called on the president to do the right thing. In the interest of a fair election. Mike Macklin w. B Z Boston's NewsRadio It is a tow three traffic and weather together, starting with the Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. Mike where we going? Yeah, Tina, we've got roadwork in a few locations tonight. Up to the north. We start with 93 north. It is now champ up through him through Matthew in with war roadwork setting up after routes. 1, 10, 1 13. I believe the high speed lane has taken their 1 28 south has some stop and go down pass through 35 in Danvers with roadwork setting up there as well. And delays on route to Weston Lancaster as the roadway has been reduced to one lane out after Shirley Road Elsewhere, Things were pretty good with the expressway Route three on the South Shore the lower end of one 28th mine as you work your way down through Needham and dead him tonight. Route 24 south of running 18 minutes from 93 down toe for 95 in random downtown. Nice and quiet Tonight. The O'Neill tunnels are good. The Tobin Bridge in the Leverage Connector wide open and stroll drives in good shape along the Charles as well. My King W. B. C's 24 Hour traffic Network. Thank you, Michael. Clear and comfortable Tonight. Low of 64 in Boston and 57 in the suburbs. Beautiful Sunny day Tomorrow mix of sunshine and clouds highs approaching 80 mostly clear tomorrow night low of 61. Downtown fifties and many.

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Boston University Faculty Protest Reopening Plan

Jay Talking

00:58 sec | Last month

Boston University Faculty Protest Reopening Plan

"Protesting reopening plans for the fall at Boston University. Here's W. B C's Mike Macklin. The faculty caravan made its way down Commonwealth Avenue through the BU campus horns, honking signs carrying their message, faculty and staff protesting the university's plan to have some students, faculty and staff returned to campus while others stay home. Ah, blend of on campus and remote learning this fall. The Reverend Dr. Michelle Walsh is a professor at the BU School of social work. There's a lot of risks in this and nobody knows what What those risks will pose for people. So this is this is very important that they hear hear our concerns. Faculty and staff say anyone who can work from home should be allowed to do so. They also say the school should provide free personal protective equipment and free covert testing to all faculty staff and students on campus. Mike

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Boston University Faculty Protest Reopening Plan

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:00 min | Last month

Boston University Faculty Protest Reopening Plan

"Faculty and labor leaders over at Boston University holding AH car rally today to protest the school's fall reopening plan. Here's W. B C's Mike Macklin faculty caravan made its way down Commonwealth Avenue through the BU campus horns, honking signs carrying their message. Faculty and staff protesting the university's plan to have some students, faculty and staff returned to campus while others stay home. Ah, blend of on campus and remote learning this fall. The Reverend Dr Michelle Walsh is a professor at the D'you School of social work. There's a lot of risks in this and nobody knows what what those risks will pose for people. So this is this is very important that they hear hear our concerns. The faculty and staff say anyone who can work from home should be allowed to do so. They also say the school should provide free personal protective equipment and free covert testing to all faculty staff and students on campus.

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Boston - Lawmakers Debate Bill To Suspend MCAS Exam For 4 Years

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | Last month

Boston - Lawmakers Debate Bill To Suspend MCAS Exam For 4 Years

"We're taking written testimony on legislation that would suspend the M cast exams for four years. Because of the Corona virus pandemic mandated for nearly 30 years, but maligned for justice along the M cast exam is under fire. Once again, state lawmakers are being asked to approve of four years suspension of the exam. That's a requirement for students in Massachusetts to graduate. Critics say the exam puts too much pressure on students and teachers alike. His school's closed by the Kuroda virus struggle to re open Massachusetts and the nation still struggling with the pandemic, Lawmakers are being asked to suspend the exam for four years. Teachers. Unions think that's a good idea. Mike Macklin

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Mosquito Spraying to Start in Parts of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | Last month

Mosquito Spraying to Start in Parts of Boston

"Aerial mosquito spraying is going to begin tomorrow. The aerial spraying for mosquitoes comes after public health officials announce this year's first human case of Tripoli. The viral infection spread by mosquitoes. In fact, a boy under the age of 18 and Plymouth County Thie aerial spraying gets underway Monday night and will continue for several evenings across a wide swath of 21 Plymouth County towns and extended to four Bristol County towns as well. Thekla he's affected have been found to be a moderate to critical risk for the triple the virus. Public health officials encourage residents to be vigilant and take here to use mosquito repellent and avoid outdoor activity between the hours of dusk and dawn. Mike Macklin

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MBTA installing flood prevention system outside Boston's Aquarium Station amid storm preps

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | Last month

MBTA installing flood prevention system outside Boston's Aquarium Station amid storm preps

"Preparations are underway right now in the Boston waterfront. We're hoping to avoid a repeat of a storm that hit 2.5 years ago. Double BBC's Mike Macklin is outside the aquarium. Just a few hours to go before the expected arrival of the Zaius and Mbita crews are feverishly working to install a protective barrier around the aquarium station at long, Worf, 2.5 years ago, a ferocious nor'easter slammed into Boston Harbor. Producing a 12 foot high tide and the storm surge that flooded the underground blue line station. The tea's build. Elke Janda is overseeing storm preps today. Yeah, we want to be ready. Like I said, I don't think the rain is actually going to the issue on this one. I think it's going to be more the wind so that can that can raise the tide. So we want to be ready for anything. But Tony 18 Nor'easter said Flood waters along the harbor all the way to the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The worst flooding in Boston's waterfront since the blizzard of 78

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Lack of Student Renters Drives Down Boston-Area Apartment Prices

Jay Talking

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Lack of Student Renters Drives Down Boston-Area Apartment Prices

"Rents out. A lot of residential properties around the area have come way down. W B. C's Mike Macklin tells us there's unusually high number of apartments available. It's that time of year again when college students usually descend on Greater Boston, desperately searching for an apartment, but not this year with college is moving to online learning. Students are staying away in droves. Tyler Monroe of Rent Sourcing Cambridge. Says that's turning the tables on landlords and rental agents. Another runner has much more leverage than the landlords do, because there's just more inventory because people aren't coming to the area. More inventory means lower rents for prospective tenants a worrisome situation for landlords. There's just a lot available. And to have that many available at this point in the season is really alarming. We have probably five times the inventory at this point, as we did last year, best advice for students shop around and get a deal. In Cambridge. Mike

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Gov. Baker Announces $275M Coronavirus Economic Recovery Package

WBZ Midday News

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Gov. Baker Announces $275M Coronavirus Economic Recovery Package

"Governor Charlie Baker is calling on the legislature to make it easier for affordable housing to be built particularly in communities of color WBZ's Mike Macklin reports the governor's call comes as he proposes a two hundred and seventy five million dollar corona virus economic recovery package here's more go to Baker says the corona virus pandemic has focused a spotlight on the critical need for affordable housing in Massachusetts particularly in minority communities he says voting laws that require a super majority vote of local governing boards to approve do housing service a tool to exclude people of color that has laid bare significant issues that separate majority populations from minority populations and housing is one of them that's right up there the process to develop new housing and affordable housing is profoundly different color and that needs to get fixed Baker says he wants the legislature to change zoning laws to make it easier for affordable housing to be built particularly in communities of color Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news

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Boston Mayor Walsh calls violence that erupted after protest an ‘attack on our city’

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Boston Mayor Walsh calls violence that erupted after protest an ‘attack on our city’

"Boston mayor Marty Walsh speaking about the violence last night in the city W. B. C.'s Mike Macklin has more they will ship it all each Sunday night's violence and looting was frightening calling it an attack on the city and its people he said it was the last thing Boston needed as the city struggles to re open in the face of the covert nineteen pandemic once called the March from Roxbury to the statehouse honoring the memory of George Floyd peaceful and a success he said the voices of Boston's black community were heard and must be heeded we have to understand that the black

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Barry Burbank, Boston's WBZ weather forecaster, to retire after 42 years

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Barry Burbank, Boston's WBZ weather forecaster, to retire after 42 years

"Local news legend is now retiring WBZ TV meteorologist Barry Burbank will be giving us last forecast tonight at eleven PM being sat down with our Mike Macklin to look back on his storied career the time is gone so fast I cannot believe that is forty two years and two months and I still feel like a kid at times he was just a kid when hurricane Carol struck in nineteen fifty four and hope to have all the weather for the past forty two you ears he's been forecasting the weather on WBZ TV and radio Barry Burbank's guided us all through blizzards and hurricanes heat waves storms I I was a perfectionist and I wanted to get the forecast right for everybody's backyard which I learned a a long long long long time time ago ago that's that's absolutely absolutely impossible impossible you you can't can't do do it it but but I I want want to to do do the the very very very very best best I I could could and and I I think think people people figured figured out out pretty pretty quickly quickly that that I I was was that that kind of guy that a guy that they could rely upon rely upon him we have throughout these many years for Barry now it's finally time to kick back and get out and enjoy the weather and leave the fretting about the forecasts to those who follow in his footsteps Mike backlit WBZ Boston news

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Young Voters Solidly Favor Joe Biden Over Donald Trump: Poll

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Young Voters Solidly Favor Joe Biden Over Donald Trump: Poll

"New new Harvard Harvard University University poll poll finds finds former former vice vice president president Joe Joe Biden Biden was was a a significant significant lead lead over president trump among young Americans WBZ's Mike Macklin reports Biden enjoys a lead comparable to what Bernie Sanders would have enjoyed it on top of the democratic ticket according to the Harvard poll former vice president Biden leads president trump fifty one percent to twenty eight percent among all young Americans age eighteen to twenty nine two thirds of those polled sixty six percent disapprove of president trump's job performance and by a two to one margin they say the president has made their lives worse more than three in five agree the outcome of the twenty twenty election will make a difference in their lives more than half of those polled say they will definitely vote in this November's presidential election

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon I'm Mike Macklin here's what's happening the dangerous health threat originating in China has now spread here to Massachusetts state and local public health officials providing an update on a student at UMass Boston now in quarantine it whole with corona virus during an afternoon conference call WBZ's Kevin Coleman joins us now from Logan airport with the very latest Kevin good afternoon Mike the twenty year old UMass Boston student is currently in isolation in his home after testing positive for the corona virus after returning from China on Tuesday doctor Jennifer Lowell the Boston public health commission gives an update on the student this young man we're bored very fortunate that he is doing well and not require hospitalization time I also wanted to remind everyone that if anyone can get the spires become sick and we want to make sure that we are letting our fears about the unknowns of this novel coronavirus that the best the best Boston Massachusetts in Massachusetts is is apple pear to address and respond as needed the CDC will continue to investigate on who the student came in contact with before seeking medical attention Logan airport Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio the number of people infected with the corona virus in China could be far greater than previously thought a study published in the medical journal the lancet on Friday researchers estimate nearly seventy six thousand people were infected in Wuhan as of last week that's ten times more cases than what China's government officially reported in central China where the outbreak began millions of people are for the most part confined to their homes in the largest quarantine in human history Israeli Inocencio with more from Beijing direct flights from Beijing Shanghai and other Chinese cities are being frozen or cut even more that's what American delta and United announced on Friday more European and Asian carriers are doing similar now that's after the World Health Organization declared coronavirus a global health emergency.

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news here's what's happening house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says lawmakers need to protect the safety and identity of the CI a whistle blower whose report launched an impeachment inquiry we get more on our top story now from CBS news the head of the house intelligence committee says an agreement has been reached with the whistle blower who helped launched an impeachment inquiry to appear before the panel Adam Schiff says he hopes the appearance can be arraigned soon but that the whistle blowers identity must be protected this was a blower is done obviously a cardinal service the country by exposing wrongdoing of the most serious kind eighty a breach of the president's duty to country that endangers our security and he's got rewarded his own security right now with the president issuing threats like you did the other day Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan said on CNN the inquiry is just another baseless investigation this is just one of the many and and on ending attacks the Democrats have leveled against this president the Democrats just put us through three years of this phony Russian collusion investigation and now on the heels of that they come right back with this CBS news update I'm Wendy Gillette. four thirty one on WBZ her man dead after barricading himself in an error being bi in Jamaica plain and shooting police WBZ's James Ross with the latest officers made their way to the Airbnb on Wyman St near JFK elementary after getting a call of domestic violence and she lives a few houses down and says everything happened so quickly with the initial gunfire the swat response and the evacuation of other people inside that house they were sneaking.

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon Mike Macklin WBZ news here's a look at what's happening one person is killed several others wounded the shots rang out in a block party did live in Providence police in a murder suicide is left a woman and her estranged husband dead Boston police investigating for shooting was over the weekend in Dorchester one of them fatal a man and a woman both of the Merrimack River he told police say they both drowned it for men is arrested in police charges with trafficking in federal five forty eight on WBZ as churches shooting today near Columbia South Carolina A. B. C.'s and the field has the details researchers say a man carrying a gun walked into a sunrise service at the Centro Cristiano de Colombia church congregation in the suburb of side Columbia South Carolina the pastors of the gunman demanded money fire the gun in the air then shot a church member before his gun appeared to jam the man then fled the church the wounded man now recovering from surgery police haven't yet identified the shooter Andy field ABC news Rhode Island getting hit with a two million dollar fine following issues with the state benefit system the problem stems from a computer system for benefits programs federal department of agriculture food and nutrition service investigators filed the state's payment to error rate was nearly fourteen percent for the year two thousand eighteen most errors involved overpayments they were the state to pay two million dollars the state plans to appeal saying Deloitte the company the designated the system and designed it is responsible for paying the fine senator Bernie Sanders says he's committed to his Medicare for all proposal Sanders speaking on CNN's state of the union saying he hasn't changed his plan at all despite criticism that he's backtracking and tweaking the proposal due to its impact on union workers we have a dysfunctional system in which so many people are uninsured underinsured and which we spend twice as much per person on healthcare as of the people of Canada or any other industrialized nation last week said to show to plan including benefits for union workers should be giving up their private insurance it was better with criticism but Sanders says it does not change his original plan police arrest three teens in Lawrence over the weekend they charged with illegal possession of firearms they confiscated to loaded handguns police believe the three oh likely getting members two of them were seventeen years old the third sixteen they're being held pending their arraignment this upcoming week in juvenile court police were suspicious when they spotted the three walking wearing hooded sweatshirts despite the fact that the temperature was in the high seventies all local high school game of brought the community together after a devastating California fire it was more than just a game for the players coaches and fans at paradise five Fridays football game was the first since a wildfire killed eighty six people and devastated the northern California town high school athletic director and stern says a lot of people in this day and came back for the game despite losing loved ones homes and businesses our community has.

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That kinda cold. They warned is in fact life threatening Apple's iphone has a bit of a problem. This morning WBZ. Sheri, small tells us a bug on its face time application allows callers to eavesdrop on others allowing those placing the call to hear audio and sometimes even see the recipient, even if they don't accept the call senior executive editor. Ian, sure explains you have to call a friend on FaceTime. And before they answer, you call yourself again, and somehow it causes everything to get screwed up and their microphone and their laptop microphone if they have that alternate, and you're suddenly able to hear what they're saying. Sometimes according to some reports to see video apple says, the issue will be fixed in a software update later this week until then if you're creeped out by this you should disabled FaceTime, Sheri, small WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio more money for the NBA could be coming from you the t. E wants to raise rates by more than six percent on average this summer WBZ's, Mike Macklin tells us it's needed in part to help pay for billions of dollars in upgrade fares are due to increase in July, drew a cold stare and these words from Kevin from Allston second largest in the nation and seventh largest and the second most expensive to operate soft. Now known affair increase. Definitely not the tea will likely hear a lot more comments like that where they hold public hearings here. The weeks to come at park street station. Micmac look WBZ Boston's News Radio seven hundred two now and onto Super Bowl. Fifty three patriots.

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"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"After noon, I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news. Here's what's happening. Boston city councillor says a fare hike on the T would be regressive. It hit those who could least afford it. WBZ's Bill markets with more on our top story city. Councillor large. Michelle says even though the law doesn't give the city of Boston its own vote on whether the NBA raises fairs the city still contributes the third largest chunk of the budget. So she says it's based on that contribution that counselor say they want to hear from the public. We have not set a date yet. But we'll we'll do. So on Monday, the NBA board meets they're not saying anything officially about what they're going to do though the law gives them the right every two years to raise fares when we continue to make it harder for people to ride the. Not we are going against nearly every goal that we've set as a city and a Commonwealth says there's good reason to have an insulated board, especially when political cycles are so short Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio WBZ has reached out to the T for comment. But the authority is deferred comment until Monday's board meeting. We'll federal workers are headed back to work the government shutdown over, but for how long we get the latest from CBS is Wendy Gillette. Thirty five day partial government shutdown is over but the deal is temporary lasting only three weeks James mud-rock TSA agent and president of an employee's union. Also, very concerned at this is only a temporary measure the deal does not include any money for President Trump's border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi would not budge on the issue CBS's Ed O'Keefe on their relationship. He hasn't had somebody like that in Washington that he's had the face off with. He has not had such a what? I think he would call worthy. Adversary CBS's, Nicole Killian from the White House speaker Pelosi was pretty clear when she spoke to reporters on Friday that she certainly would work with the president to find another date. What's unclear is whether we will see a state of the union in this interim period as lawmakers are negotiating or if perhaps they made decide to wait until after this three week period to make sure there's a deal before the president gives this big speech in front of the nation. CBS news update, I'm Wendy, July. Boston's mayor Marty Walsh commenting today about the end to the government shutdown. This is no.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mike Macklin WBZ news, Massachusetts, investigators say a couple phone dead in a north Northampton apartment likely died in a murder suicide the district attorney's office for the northwest part of the state has identified the victims found Thursday as twenty four year old Korean Nevis at Twenty-six-year-old Nelson. Cardona prosecutors say it appears Cardodo likely shot the APIs before shooting himself. The couple had three children together. The federal investigation into the greater Lawrence gas explosions is on hold due to the federal government shutdown. Senator Ed Markey says the National Transportation Safety board investigation has stalled due to a funding lapse for transportation. And housing agencies. Markey says the NTSB needs the resources to complete its investigation and compiled a comprehensive account of the safety lapses in sports. The patriots are idle this weekend. They await the outcome of the NFL wild card games. I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news. Okay, simon. What are you wearing right now? Let's see. That's right. And what do people normally wear? Clothes. Exactly. So now mommy's going to teach you how to dress yourself. Clothes get us warm. They look good. And if we go out without them, the neighbors will talk, so it's important to know how to get dressed. Here's how it's done. Underwear? Always comes first name tag on the back. Then Panshir get the first button in the right hole to start all over. If you're wearing a tie. It goes over round round through and pull tight. Tuck your shirt into your pants and zip up your fly socks. Go in first then shoes right on right left on left. With shoelaces. Just take the ends cross them over switch. Loops the rabbit goes down the hall. Pull tight funnier. Good to know. Now, remember spots stripes. Socks don't go sandals..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Afternoon, I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news. Here's what's happening. The partial government shutdown enters week three congressional Democrats and President Trump still at loggerheads over funding for a southern border wall. Both sides saying not much progress was made today they'll be back at it again tomorrow. Politico's? Congressional correspondent Sara ferris with the latest. There are very little expectations that anything is going to come of the weekend conversations and part of that is because democratic leaders when they were meeting at the White House yesterday, specifically asked President Trump, are you willing to make a deal can you commit to reopening the government by Tuesday and President Trump flatly said that he would not President Trump declaring is resolved saying he's willing to keep the shutdown going for months or even years, Dan. So being is the president of the national weather service employees organization in Washington. He's now furloughed no income, and it's not clear if he'll be reimbursed. He says he'd advise anyone looking to get a government job. Not to do. It used to be the people took civil service jobs, and and took a little less money and knew that they would never get rich because they would have the stability of employment and a check coming in. That is no longer the case. So being cannot qualify for unemployment or take a loan out against it's. Government 4._0._1._K because the president yesterday said the shutdown could last for months or maybe longer while the vice president meets with congressional staffers today. President Trump was spending the day on Twitter insisting the border wall is absolutely necessary. Here's ABC's. Karen Travers Trump. Injecting politics into the partial government shutdown writing on Twitter Saturday morning quote. I don't care that most of the workers not getting paid or Democrats. I want to stop the shutdown as soon as we are in agreement on strong border security. He was asked Friday for his message to eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown certainly they're not thrilled. But they say, sir. Do the right thing we need border security. The president has not cited any evidence to back up his claim about the political leanings of those federal employees. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Governor Charlie Baker has just signed into law a Bill requiring greater oversight of natural. Gas products projects rather mandating a qualified. Engineer, oversee them that something the National Transportation Safety board has required more safety regulations. Also being considered on beacon hill is we hear from WBZ's. Karyn regal north Andover. Andover and Lawrence thousands of people left without heat and hundreds of businesses to for months. The governor says it's important to make sure people continue to come back to these downtown's joining the governor Lawrence mayor, Dan Rivera and over town manager, Andrew Flanagan and north Andover town manager, Andrew Mailer, three town leaders who have been at each other side since the frightening night of September thirteenth Mailer says the attention is still very much needed. We can marketing calendar when it began, but we.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mike Macklin, WBZ news investigators in Lynn are trying to determine if the burned body of a man found in a city park is connected to another similar death back in August. Police identified the body discovered Thursday and Friday park is that of twenty nine year old Tito Lopez EBay. Of Lind the district. Attorney says he banks death is suspicious. His body found about four months after a teenager's body turned up in a different park in Lynn a federal judge dismissing a lawsuit challenging the winner. Take all system Massachusetts uses to assign its electoral college presidential votes chief US district. Judge Pat Sarah says there may be valid policy arguments for it against the practice of assigning all the state's electoral college votes to the winner of a state's popular vote. But that it does not violate the constitution. Critics argue the system violates the principle of one person one vote New Hampshire reports a significant increase in the number of young adults moving to the state compared with earlier in the decade, the latest US census estimates show that an average of fifty nine hundred more people moved into New Hampshire from other states, then moved out between twenty and twenty seventeen. Kenneth Johnson at the UNH carseat school of public policy says the greatest gains came among those in their twenties. I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news. Okay, simon. What are you wearing right now? Let's see. That's right. And what do people normally wear? Clothes. Exactly. So now mommy's going to teach you how to dress yourself clothes. Keep us warm. They look good. And if we go out without them, the neighbors will talk, so it's important to know how to get dressed. Here's how it's done. Underwear always comes first name tag at the back, then Panshir because the first button in the right hole to start all over. If you're wearing a tie. It goes over round round through and pull tight. Tuck your shirt into your pants and zip up your fly socks. Go in first then shoes right on right left on left. Shoelaces, just take the ends cross them over switch. Loops the rabbit goes down the whole left. Funnier. Good to know. Now, remember spots. Don't go with stripes. Socks don't go with sandals. And if you've tucked in your shirt whereabouts. Panting head..

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news. Here's what's happening to thirty pats and jets locked in a tight one down in New Jersey. It is halftime, and they are tied WBZ's. Chris joining us now, Chris give us the halftime update Brady and company. Ten ten is the score. Mike patriots. Add the lead in the final minute. But after a three and out they kicked to the jets who drove downfield to set up this could have squeezed in one more play. Instead they're gonna trust Myers. Fifty five yarder. Myers leans into it. Any? Bad one. Just squeaked over the upright with three seconds remaining in the half. The patriots will get the ball on the second half. Opening kickoff. One note, though, lots of penalties in this one. The patriots have been flagged for a season high seven penalties and a season high in yard seventy five plus Tom Brady a little banged up. He had a bloodied right thumb as that first half was coming to a close, Mike. All right, jacuzzi lot of questions about Brady coming into this game. He was about questionable starter. How does he seem to look it looks right? So far. I mean, he hasn't been perfect and he has faced some pressure but through the opening half eleven of seventeen one hundred eighty yards and he's got that one touchdown and no interceptions too. Close. Second half still to go. WBZ news time is two thirty one. Well, there are Cherie in the Christmas season in style in Quincy this afternoon. It's the annual Christmas parade the rain threatening to force a postponement of the annual tradition, but the marches are not being deterred. Neither is WBZ's. Karyn regal. She's out there taking it all in Garin. I got great news. Santa just came through downtown Quincy Kanta escorted by Quincy firefighters on the back of a truck. No rain held off Mike so Santa come through here in which all the kids a merry Christmas. And he's got special hearing, Mike. So we could hear the kids yelling merry Christmas Santa, and he was able to respond to each and every one of the great parade marching band panda was escorted in front of the Quincy fire department by the Quincy nor Quincy marching band and the damn dark weather didn't came to hold off the crowd. I talked to the mirror Quincy before the parade thing had considered postponing. But decided to go for it. The noise you hear behind me now are the street sweet birds coming to clearing a little the razzle-dazzle off the street in Quincy. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Jen thorny..

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mike Macklin, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty turns out the region could suffer more power shortages this winter that warning coming from the head of ISO New England, Gordon van Whealy says that's because possible shortages of fuel to run away run generating facilities are indeed a possibility. He says natural gas pipelines bringing fuel to the region are not enough to guarantee those plants will stay online. Now, speaking in south Burlington, Vermont van Willey said just building more pipelines is impractical. He says the industry is now being forced to find new ways to guarantee sufficient capacity sports next. But first this story the head of the Boston FBI is retiring anxious Ben with the bureau for more than twenty years. He's been with the local office since two thousand fifteen part of a twenty year career. He's been at the front of investigations into the September eleventh attacks and to the USS Cole bombing. Apparently shall will be hanging up his badge next January over the sports. Now, we've got Tom Cuddy in the as hticket dot com. Sports studio Red Sox and Astros AL CS. Game five in Houston. Red Sox win it's onto the World Series. David price against Houston's Justin Burland Jackie Bradley, jR. Andrew Benintendi Zander. Bogaerts look ahead. We're gonna come out. And you know, we're gonna compete. It will be a challenge we're confident wherever we play in this for David. We're we're very confident him, obviously, a tough richer the first game if he wins we win right, right? One way or another. It's back to Boston post game game six Fenway. Of course, if if there is a game six Chris sale is your starting pitcher. He thrown the side today. Bruins game to about west Edmonton. Yaroslava heloc in the Brooklyn goal salvage home to Toronto tomorrow at the Knicks on Saturday Foxborough full full pants today. Offensive lineman Marcus cannon not on the field again concussion. Tom Cuddy, WBZ radio sports, traffic and weather together in a moment. But first this story, President Trump promising strong reaction if it turns out Saudi Arabia had a Washington Post columnist killed. Update now from ABC's Andy Field, the president discussing what action the US will take if Saudi Arabia did kill Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi very.

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Comment that. Was made has no place in society it doesn't never did. Never will on the myth that was made that. Was one issue the fact that it was sent there was, another issue issue once you. Hit that word sent it's no longer private thing anymore it's a wide open to anyone none of the. Girls will be charged the chief says the incident didn't rise to, the. Level of a hate, crime but he says he hopes it serves. As a, lesson to all about what's not acceptable online or in any other public forum Mike Macklin WBZ. NewsRadio ten thirty mass Boston student from Allston is being held. On a million dollars bail in California charged with twenty eight counts of computer Hacking and crypto currency theft Joel Ortiz was arrested. In Los Angeles weeks ago accused of running a complicated scheme to. Siphon off millions of. Dollars and bitcoins by hacking into. Victim cell phones Boston public. School says Ortiz was a high, school valedictorian who led efforts to. Teach other students computer science when. He was arrested police say Ortiz had. Already blown one, hundred fifty thousand dollars on parties and was on his way, to Europe he's due back in court next week dozens of cases believed to hold the remains of American service members killed during. The Korean war will be flown to Hawaii today to begin the identification process here's general Vincent Brooks commander of United Nations command they can be positively identified And returned finally to their countrymen and their families who never forgot them experts. Say identifying the remains. Could take months maybe even years in Connecticut an attempt to raise a house onto pilings to avoid future damage had the opposite. Effect, when the home was destroyed. The skit no family who owned the home said, the house was being raised after damage from hurricane sandy and Irene video footage shows a house slipping. During the. Process and crashing down onto its side authorities determined the homeless no longer safe and it was demolished a new survey says those. Who, shop online and then go to the store to pick up an item end up buying even more CBS's. Jim hanzel spoke with some customers in, New Orleans and do they buy. Extra items when they get to the store this lady says phantoms usually my I cut says something else that I forgot. To put on my list and gender doesn't play. A part at all yes Always see I have to buy what I won't have to buy what my wife good. Answer I. Do you got about a whole store Jim hanso for CBS news New. Orleans New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he will pay any fees associated, with a seven year old boys. Lemonade stand after it, was shut down by state health inspector Brandon Mulvaney stand was. Closed Friday after an inspector said the boy needed a permit to sell seventy five cent lemonade the governor is. Now directing state health officials, to work with the boy's family to ensure the STAN. Can operate the, health department later, apologized summertime traffic is a bad to get a lot word a comment bridge mass pike project commences on the threes has a look at what's happening above the volume along the..

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Has won eleven Pulitzer prizes and is considered. A must read paper in New York governor Cuomo is asking trunk, to reconsider saying he's willing to help and calling the daily. News a journalism giant the daily news had a peak weekday circulation of, two point four million back Nineteen forty seven and. One sold more copies than any other paper here in America that total. Was down to. Two hundred thousand in two thousand seventeen. House and Senate leaders meet this afternoon with governor Charlie Baker to. Try and decide which proposals they'll be acting on before the end of the session next Tuesday. WBZ's Mike McLean reports the big. Three are getting together as a Senate Isabel. To switch leader show on Thursday Senator Karen Spilka is expected to be elected. Senate president succeeding Harry Chandler Chandler took over just last December after former president STAN, Rosenberg stepped aside. In the midst of an ethics investigation the ethics. Probe concluded that Rosenberg's husband Brian Hefner had harassed Senator employees the report cited Rosenberg for a. Significant failure of judgment and leadership and hefty was later indicted by a grand jury on multiple sexual assault charges. At the state house Mike Macklin WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty meantime, the Massachusetts legislature Still has a number of very key issues pending as a legislative session ends for this year house and Senate leaders will be. Meeting with governor Baker, possibly, every, day including weekends through the end of the month to get everything done now under legislative rules both houses can continue to meet after July. But only to consider non essential matters WBZ news time t- forty one we switch gears now to sports the Red Sox have won nineteen of. Their last, twenty three, games but. A rather unlikely source of offense has how power them to their big success WBZ's Adam Kaufman. Has the story in the dot com sports studio, rarely juniors only batting to eleven this year with a six forty..

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02:51 min | 2 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mike macklin top stories we're following this afternoon after her independence day trip to visit american troops in iraq and kuwait massachusetts senator elizabeth warren hosting a town hall and cookout today the event held the belkin family lookout farm in natick president trump spending the weekend at his golf resort in new jersey the president preparing to announce his nominee to the supreme court in a prime time address tomorrow the fbi investigating a resident of a triple decker boston in the wake of an explosion and fire in the three decker overnight firefighters responding after a report of a fire they discover it was caused by an explosion than recovered a weapon in the home three travel youtubers killed when they fall from the third highest waterfall and canada trying to save a friend cbs get with greg reports on the thrill seeking adventurers a million fans followed them on instagram and they pushed the limits until the very end when reicher gamble alexi lie and his girlfriend meghan scraper died after accidentally plunging nearly one hundred feet over a canadian waterfall according to officials the three were swimming on tuesday in one of the pools at the top of shannon falls and walking along a ledge before they fell scraper reportedly slipped i and the two men were also oh swept away trying to save her the terrain complicated the recovery of the bodies there has been a sharp increase in emergency calls cincinnati by gondola opened says john wilcox of squamish search and rescue is beautiful area but along with that comes some pretty severe terrain and unless people are educated equipped trained to to access some of these areas it has potential for great risk last year gamble and another member of high on life were banned from us federal land after pleading guilty to violations at ford national parks the three who were killed made a living on social media traveling the world scraper said it was a life most people can only dream of intense and you don't know what you're doing some downs but at the end of the day there's just nothing like doing your own thing the group has more than a half billion subscribers on youtube and more than one point one million followers on instagram divers will be removing an invasive weed from lake witness gone by hand the summer it's the first comprehensive attempt to manage the mill foil in the central hampshire lake the newlycreated widow school watershed network received a fortysix thousand dollar grant state.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To twentysix in health watch depression in older people is more difficult to treat and lasts longer than younger people a recent study reports karen schwarz a psychiatrist in depression expert at johns hopkins says the constellation of factors surrounding aging may be the culprit as you become more frail the work it takes to get out and see people is greater and so unless you are lucky to have a wonderful social network isolation is something that i think most older individuals are fighting against we accumulate medical problems things just get harder and if you combine some hypertension and diabetes and some ability problems with slight changes in your memory it's very hard to get out and do things in the way that you use to schwartz says recent reports have increasing suicide ality among this age group are specially troubling and notes that since older folks interact with primary care physicians most often educating these clinicians in screening and management is key at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy wbz news time to twentyseven rallies against president trump's immigration nation policy are taking place from coast to coast including here in boston wbz's mike macklin with the latest two thirty garowe gopi and wbz newsradio ten thirty oh my you have an oof used to have a roof but now it's missing pieces so you've got a new f missing shingles crack shingles areas of discoloration and when people look at it what do they say right well it's time to turn your roof back into a roof so call right roofing right roofing we're the roofing part of right window save fifty percent on the cost of installation right now and if you don't have a big pile of roofing money laying around finance your roof with zero percent interest for eighteen months but the best reason to call right roofing quality we use a higher quality.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mike macklin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes dealing with an accident right now route ninety three heading northbound at exit thirty two in that virgin that's causing a little bit of a delay right now also an accident on route sixteen just off of route one and the revere area chelsea actually and that's causing some delays they may be at closing the ramp from route one two route sixteen and that so we seeing a little bit of a slowdown through there at this point right now we have some heavy delays on the mass pike heading eastbound coming from the austin interchange down towards the beacon overpass that roadways down to one lane for the remainder of sunday and about five o'clock on monday westbound we've got two lanes open little bit of the delay through there monday morning it's going to be two lanes in each direction that's got to be some very heavy delays commonwealth avenue just above it between saint mary's street and st paul street in the day of just west of kenmore swear also closed down until august fourteen that's going to cost some delays this plenty of scientists and plenty of a detour a information to to get you around through there but you're going after plan some alternate routes for the next several weeks it's a reality of life it's an esa necessary job of the buys outside of the city we still have some work crews on the mass by getting westbound in the charleston area and we do have a ramp closed down and just 895 and the mass pike in the western area while they do some overnight work through there a little bit of a slow down their state local police dealing with errand to drivers just about everywhere i'm jack heart wbz 24hour traffic network here's the fourday wbz accuweather forecast clear skies come to below temperatures this morning low fifty nine of beautiful after new with plenty of sunshine later on today it will be breezy with a high of seventy six and clear skies tonight low sixty one that nice weather continues into monday and tuesday with low humidity lots of sunshine both days i 82 monday tuesday is high eighty one i'm accuweather meteorologist cayo air eriksson wbz newsradio 1030 my mike macklin wbz news the pentagon says it's identified.

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