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03:20 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Search is underway in Maldon after a man was found shot on Arch Street investigators releasing disturbing and racist excerpts from the notebook of Nathan Allen, the man who allegedly shot and killed two people last month. In Winthrop. Turmoil in Haiti, the country's ambassador to the U. S. Says four people suspected of assassinating President Jovan employees are dead. Two others are in custody. He's calling for an internal investigation. Unfortunately, we have That President. Uh it was killed. Uh, now we need to to make sure that they're gonna see carries on and then and to see how we can We consider the country together. The ambassador says The suspects are foreigners and the Haitian national Police are working to determine where they're from. The assassins stormed the president's home, shooting him and his wife early yesterday morning. The first lady is in critical but stable condition at a hospital in Miami maybe sees Elizabeth Chelsea reports the U. S. Is condemning the attack. US. Secretary of State Antony Blinken called Hades into interim prime minister late Tuesday, extending his condolences. And vowing to support the Haitian government and its people in Massachusetts lawmakers are reacting Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey both say they're horrified. Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley on the Congressional Haiti caucus is calling for an investigation as well. The question remains. Will Governor Charlie Baker run for a third term WBC's John Bay? Beck asked yesterday in Springfield Governor Baker talking a lot about a program geared to at risk kids, giving them something to do nights and weekends to stay busy during the summer while meeting with reporters, the question came again, though, so Are you running for re election? That is something the lieutenant governor and I have been talking about with our families and will certainly make a decision about that soon. The answer hasn't varied by a word. Over the last several weeks, he won't define how long soon will be. And he says he's not put off at all by former state representative Jeff Deal, also seeking the Republican nomination for governor. Baker says. If someone has something to offer the state and wants to get in the race more power to them. In the Springfield bureau. John Bay. Bach WBZ Boston's news radio. The Boston City Council is considering whether to keep pandemic era measures for city elections this year. That would include the mayoral election this fall and mean expanded early voting the option to vote by mail without an excuse and same day voter registration. If approved by the city and sent to Beacon Hill, the proposal would need to clear the Legislature. They're already working to figure this out on a statewide level. A judge has just rejected an attempt to stop parts of Georgia's controversial voting law. Here's Sarah Bartlett. The lawsuit brought by the Group Coalition for Good Governance supposed new requirements that voters request absentee ballots at least 11 days before election Day and also opposed new rules on election observers. The judge cited ongoing runoff elections in the state and said he wouldn't change the law in the ninth inning. The Justice Department is currently suing the state over its election law. Meanwhile, Texas Republicans are introducing a new bill meant to address election integrity in that state. The Bell filed last night would ban drive through voting require an ID for mail in voting and empower partisan poll watchers it would.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Journal injury was just 48 hours before he crashed a stolen truck right here. And went through up and then shot two people, and we want to warn you that the passages are disturbing. One of them reads. Racism is healthy and natural and holding it in is bad for you. District Attorney Rachel Rollins released several expert excerpts from suspect Nathan Allens journals and some of the comments are too graphic to share. Winthrop Police chief Terrorist Delahanty says the writings don't represent the town quote. These are disgusting, despicable comments. Police are looking for a suspect. After a shooting last night in Maldon, a victim was found on arch Street. His wounds are believed to be non life threatening. Police say the shooting happened when an argument between two men escalated and family members got involved. The suspected shooter, drove away from the scene and crashed his car on the Maldon Medford line. The search is ongoing. Police didn't say the name of the sun. Respect or the victim. This is the second shooting in Maldon. Within a few days. Erin Fitzgibbon was murdered Over the weekend, Police arrested 30 year old Brian Butler, and he has been charged. Last night's covid numbers. The Health Department confirmed 61 new cases, along with three deaths. The seven day positivity rate is still under half a percent. 85 people are hospitalized around the world. More than four million people have now died in this pandemic, and Lindstrand is with the WH show and says Covid 19 is still a global crisis. Low income countries There is like 70 times less than administer doses per 100 population in low income countries. It's one perhaps 100. While it's it's about about 8400 in high income countries, it's a catastrophe. Numbers from Johns Hopkins show. The global death toll passed the milestone yesterday about 606,000 Americans lost their lives. It's 10 03 time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Take it away. All right, good. And Thursday morning there, Madison. Let's start it off over in Wall fan 1 28 southbound officials head now to a possible car fire after Winter Street in that wall FAM stretch, so we'll see how that turns out. 4 95 North Bong. Going to clear the car fire that we had. And the delays just before Ward Hill in behavioral heading into downtown Boston, 93 southbound still little sluggish on that lower deck. Once you get on the second bridge, you're looking pretty good in the O Neill Tunnel lever down ramp slow getting down to stare. Oh, Dr Tobin is now a nice ride coming in from Chelsea. South of town. The expressway north Beyond slowdowns from DuPont Sit on up through Columbia Road after you clear that you're looking good up to the tunnel South bounds in pretty good shape all the way down to the Braintree split Route three South found over two miles back up here approaching the left lane crash. After exit 20. That's route three and that ducks very stretch should be out of the way shortly. If you're down on the Cape route, 60 Spark crash should be in the clearing stages after Route 1 34 here in Dennis, right at that lane dropped their westbound is jammed as well from route 1 37 at Harwich all the way over to 1 34 in Dennis. Kevin Brennan. WB's ease traffic on.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To Mansfield and then coming off Cape a lot better on Route six. Westbound now just really a slight back up at the Sagamore Bridge. My king WBC's traffic on the three. All right, lots of weather news to talk about tonight. Let's start with the immediate issue. Right now. We have a severe thunderstorm warning upfront until just about 7 15 for this line of storms right now is making its way through central Massachusetts coming into the 4 95 belt right now. Storming right now in Dunstable gratin, surely getting over toward Lancaster Boylston over into Westboro, then graft in Millbury. Oxford. You're seeing some storms Webster as well. Douglas and then getting into northern Rhode Island. National Weather Service says these storms could drop any size Hail 60 mile an hour winds involved with these. They're making their way to the east. Now, later on tonight, everything should clear up. We do have a watch. In effect till 11 o'clock. There is the possibility of storms. Still just about 11. But after that, partly cloudy alot near 66 tomorrow Mostly cloudy may be a storm in the afternoon, but certainly very different than today. A high just 71 degrees. And then of course, we have Tropical storm Elsa making its way toward our neck of the woods showing up on Friday. Tropical Storm Watch already up for the South Coast, Cape and Islands. Let's get a temperature check right now We're at 85 in Cohasset, 77 Gardner 82 in rally and right now in Boston at 6 35. It is hazy and cloudy. 88 degrees. We are learning more tonight about the men who allegedly gunned down two black residents in Winthrop earlier this month, portions of Nathan Allens Diary released today, Investigators say they included phrases like and I'm quoting here. Racism is healthy and natural and holding it in is bad for you. End quote Here's police chief Terrance Delahanty. We're currently working with the Dukes attorney's office, the state police My deputy chief is leading up the investigation with them on the winter side and the FBI were obviously combing through all the materials, the state police and the district turn you mentioned earlier today. As well as electronic devices to ensure there is no other connections will continue.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Releases great originals and podcasts. All in one app. Try it for free 30 days at audible dot com. My king WBC's traffic on this race lots of severe weather to talk about. Let's start first with the brand new tropical Storm Watch that's just been put in place by the National Weather Service. For the South Coast, Cape and islands as we wait for Elsa to make its way up the East Coast again right now, that storm mostly still in Florida, making its way into Georgia, we'll talk about that in a couple of minutes. Would you also have a severe thunderstorm warning up for this line of storms making its way through central Mass, really from Ashby and gratin straight over into Fitchburg and lemon stir stretching over then into Boylston coming into Worcester right now. And along the Mass pike through the Charlton stretch that's up until just about 6 30 National Weather Service says these storms to drop some hail and have 60 mile an hour winds everything clearing out later on tonight. Loner 66 much cooler tomorrow live. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ NewsRadio. Mhm. 88 degrees right now. In Boston. We got some clouds and haze out there in the hub, and it feels more like 93 degrees. Very hot and sticky on your Wednesday night. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Here are the five things you need to know. At 6 16 confirming 61 new covid cases tonight, seven day average positivity rate up slightly 2.46%. DCR later on tonight expected to put out new guidance, lifting the ban on open water swimming at Walden Pond in Concord. Investigators releasing excerpts from Nathan Allens Diary featuring racist language is accused of killing two black people last month in wind pro. And an Everett man accused of shooting and killing a woman in Maldon this week has been ordered held without bail. Now to the latest on the developing situation in Haiti tonight. The country's first lady has arrived in South Florida by air ambulance. She's getting treatment after she and her husband president, job anomalies were attacked this morning in their home. President was.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ. NewsRadio, Boston, We will, as always bring you the latest live reports of the latest information. As more details become available again. At least nine suspects taken into custody after that standoff this morning with armed suspects and 95 in Wakefield. While all this rain here in New England is certainly not causing a complete washout for holiday activities, In fact, some communities are still planning to have their events like fireworks. Meanwhile, out west, outrage is growing and frustration to over a fireworks explosion. Sugar South Los Angeles neighborhood. CBS is Nicole Comstock reports. Residents forced out of their homes are demanding help. South Central was bomb by the Los Angeles Police Department. We want to know. Who made that call. They want to know if they would have detonated homemade fireworks already deemed unstable in an affluent neighborhood. Would they have made that call? If we were in Santa Monica? I'm shocked something, man. So disgusted. Martha Sanchez is a marriage and family therapist. She says the blast shook her home while she was in the middle of a therapy session and I was just screaming in front of my patients. Because I was terrorized. They're demanding criminal charges against the police department and want 20% of its budget immediately redirected to the victims. At least 17 people, including nine Los Angeles police officers and a federal agent, were heard by the blast Wednesday night. Well, there's a new hotspot in the city of Boston, just in time for the fourth of July. It's in Boston Harbor and is apparently unlike any other food and drink spot. In town. It's Boston's newest food and drink hot spot. And it's not on the water. It's in the water. It's called tall ship, and it's just that more to Pier one in East Boston. It features three mahogany bars on deck, including a huge oyster bar featuring tasty crustaceans of all kinds. Rachel Angle, says tall ship his position to provide spectacular views of Boston. The views are breathtaking. I don't think people realize how incredible it really is, but not just that, you turn around and you see East Boston and the transformation East Boston is going through these gorgeous new condos. These gorgeous new apartments. We are now a fixture in this neighborhood. Tall ship is owned by the folks at Pier six in Real house, and it's making its debut just in time to take part in a boat parade with fireworks as Boston celebrates the fourth of July. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 10 49 awakened funeral were held in Winthrop yesterday for retired Massachusetts State trooper David Greene. He was one of two black people who were fatally shot during a shooting rampage in Winthrop. Last Saturday, Dozens of state troopers joined family and friends of Green for a wake and funeral service. Green served in the air Force before his 36 year career in law enforcement. Including as a state trooper. Meanwhile, a funeral for Ramona Cooper, a retired Air Force veteran that will be held on Tuesday in East Boston, the family says her funeral will be private. Suffolk County District Attorney D. A. Rachel Rollins has called the attack a hate crime that gunman a white man named Nathan Allen. Was killed by police President Biden praising and thinking the nation's teachers for helping students get through a year of learning outside the classroom. After a year of long distance teaching President Biden told the National Education Association that parents understand the teachers value. You deserve a raise. Not just praise Mr Biden also thanking teachers for leading the way and getting vaccinations, so schools can reopen and reveal the ABC News Washington It's 10 51 WBZ NewsRadio looks back as we turn 100 don't believe breezy 10 30 Question. How many words can you make from the letters in.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lot of traditional Independence Day fireworks won't happen this year. But authorities are preparing for possible record crowd in a lot of areas, communities that are going to throw big parties. Case in point aims. Berry Here's WBC's candle. Buell, the largest turnout aims. Berry is seen in the history of its Fourth of July celebration today to 7500 people this weekend. Acting police chief Craig Bailey's expecting up to twice that. That presents a major public safety challenges that Bailey says first responders are ready for. We have never put this much planning into one single event in the history of Amesbury. We've never had this many. Law enforcement firefighters, EMS personnel emergency management personnel in one area at one time, So I'm feeling incredibly confident that it's gonna be a great event aims Birds getting a hand from the northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council incident management team, it will be providing a unified command for the small army of various first responders tasked with keeping an expected record breaking crowd. Safe and happy from James Berry, Kendall Bill WBZ Boston's NewsRadio voting remains a big business coming on the heels of last year's boost in sales during the pandemic, and officials Reminding everyone practice safety during this busy holiday weekend As America prepares to celebrate the July 4th weekend, many of us will do so on the water in many cases, an indirect result of the pandemic when the demand to buy recreational boats went way up. Even now, some boat dealers are reporting no inventory and finding a slip in the marina has become difficult. But with the boom in new or inexperienced voters have come some sobering statistics. The U. S. Coast Guard reports that boating fatalities have increased 25% over 2019. And the total number of recreational boating accidents rose 26%. The main contributing factor in the fatal accidents, alcohol and the second biggest cause failures of boat owners to get proper training. Drownings were the leading cause of death, and then 86% of those cases while the boats themselves may have had life jackets on board. The victims were not wearing them. Peter Greenberg, Travel editor. CBS News Another strong jobs report yesterday from the Labor Department employers adding 850,000 jobs in June, which was well above Expectations. Brian Deese of the National Economic Council says the new numbers Callus strong story about wages. Average hourly earnings were up 3.6% over the year. And if you take out the pandemic, some of the some of that movements in the pandemic that we've seen the largest three month increase in wages on record, the overall unemployment rate did rise slightly to 5.9%. A wake and funeral held yesterday for retired state Trooper David Greene, one of two black people who were fatally shot during a shooting rampage last week. In Winthrop, Dozens of state troopers joined family and friends of Green for awakened funeral service. Green served in the air force before his 36 year career in law enforcement, including as a state trooper. A funeral for Ramona Cooper, a retired Air Force veteran, will be held Tuesday. In East Boston. The family says her funeral will be private. Suffolk County D. A. Rachel Rollins has called the attack a hate crime. The gunman, Nathan Allen, killed by police. State and local police are investigating the discovery of a homemade explosive device at a home in New Bedford. It was found near the front door of a home on Mosher's street. Navy bomb squad had to be called in from Newport, Rhode Island to safely detonate the device, Bedford police asking anyone with information to contact them unsafe conditions, forcing the evacuation of residents at a condominium building in North Miami Beach. 156 unit Crest View Towers is a few miles from Surfside or a condo tower collapsed last week, City officials say an inspection Earlier this year found structural and electrical problems in the crest View towers. Silvio Martinez among the residents evacuated. My apartment is in very good condition. I seen the whole I.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Was stabbed in Brighton this afternoon, right outside the shallow house. New reports say Rescue efforts are starting up again at the scene of the deadly condo building collapse in South Florida and the Trump Organization's longtime CFO Alan Weiss. Alberg pleading not guilty in New York to tax related charges. 6 16. Let's go to Winthrop. Now we're next to our of vigil is set to begin to remember the victims of last weekend shooting. Retired state Trooper Dave Green Air Force veteran Ramona Cooper both shot and killed last Saturday. Both victims were blacks. The alleged shooter Nathan Allen, was killed by police investigators say he may have been a white supremacist. So again that's set to start right around seven o'clock at City Hall officials say there will be lots of security. Chief saying no backpacks, handbags, coolers or any other type of bag will be allowed at that event. Time, state health officials say West Nile virus has been detected for the first time this year. They say they found the virus in a mosquito collected back on June 29th in Medford. As of now, they say, West Nile has not been found in any animals or any humans. This also goes for Tripoli, Eastern equine encephalitis, health officials said. They don't plan to risk raise any risk levels here in Massachusetts in response to that, It comes to Covid. The World Health Organization has a new warning out this week focused on that Delta variant. Here's ABC Sherry Preston last week. Covid Case numbers across Europe jumped by 10% doctors like the World Health Organization's Dr Hans Clue, basing the increase on three things. New variants deficit in Vaccine uptake increased social mixing as the Delta variant takes control. The W. H O is recommending that people even those who are vaccinated, continue wearing masks inside public places. The CDC is doctor, Rochelle Walensky said this week that because so many people in this country have gotten the shot that is not the guidance here, vaccinated people can take off their masks and celebrate July 4th and feel safe in doing so. Sherry Preston ABC News It's been a year and a half almost of keeping our distance from our families and our friends. Not so much these days, but definitely during the height of the pandemic. Last year, we tried to keep everybody safe. Experts say. Now we really should be focusing on checking in on older relatives and those we care about after all that time apart is not an interrogation nor an intervention. This is just getting a feel and taste for how things are going. There's a lot more compassion that goes into it. Kind of like research with targeted goal assess the cognitive and physical health of aging loved ones, which is easy enough to do now that we can visit in person. Marcy Lehman with synergy, home care calls it benevolent, probing they physically looking Well, their appearance in terms of their screw Ming general hygiene clothing they're wearing Is that whether appropriate test their short term memory without having them to get to defensive. Are they moving around the house by grabbing onto furniture? Does the house look clean? Is there a laundry that needs to be done? Chris Pharma WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio 6 19 Health Equity Task Force on Beacon Hill have released some ideas to help address health disparities that were really brought front and center by the Covid 19 pandemic. The task force voting to approve that 99 page final report during a virtual meeting today, when it comes to actions that can be immediately taken, they recommend keeping those stop the spread testing sites open working on promoting equity in vaccine access. And using what they call an equity lens. When it comes to getting that federal relief cash out there across the state, it's a the report should be used as a blueprint by state government to make what they call durable progress to advance health equity here in Massachusetts. State rep from Bellingham is filing a new bill that he says could help save the lives of veterans and others suffering from post traumatic stress. Heres WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe state. Rep. Mike Soda thinks it's high time that PTSD be designated a medical condition so that veterans can apply for state issued medical cannabis cards. Soda has filed a bill to that effect, He says. Massachusetts needs to get in line with other states that have already made PTSD a qualifying condition. 22 states that are on this right now. Why is Massachusetts? So far behind on something like this. Sometimes I wonder we talk about Massachusetts being a great innovator. Well, sometimes we're not thinking ahead. Soda believes allowing veterans with PTSD to get medical marijuana cards would provide a natural alternative to opioids. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. Also tonight, we have learned the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is committing billions in the name of equity get details from CBS's Diane King Hall. The Gates Foundation is spending big to have Help spur gender equality. Melinda Gates announce the charity is donating $2.1 billion to support women's economic and health issues. She made the announcement at a gender equality summit in Paris. The cash will be donated over five years and spread across three broad category,.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on Here & Now

"Argument to make against biden administration if over and flicks. Npr's media correspondent. David thanks so much. You bet if you've ever flown into boston you've probably passed over winthrop a picture. Perfect postcard of new england seaside town the average income about fifty thousand dollars largely white with a small black population and tonight at a candlelight vigil winthrop will mourn to they've lost retired state trooper. David greene an air force veteran ramona cooper black residents who were shot dead in. What police are investigating as a hate crime spree. Police say on. Saturday twenty eight year old white win for president nathan allen stole a box truck smashed into a car injuring several and then drove the box car into a house. Then let's hear what happened next from resident paolo korea and a warning. It is disturbing paolo. Came upon the scene that day. Paul thanks so much for telling us your story. Thank you robin I i want to express my condolences to the families. And friends of ramona cooper david green and my sympathies for the car crash victims to there too easily forgotten and i also don't want to forget all my neighbors who also witnessed and lift through this tragedy. Well that's kind of you. And i want to hear more about how your neighbors are doing. This was stunning. Take a suet. You came across the scene. I turned a corner and stopped my car. Because i saw this massive vehicle accident in front of me. I saw the bucks truck had demolished building on one corner. The intersection and i saw another vehicle ploughed into the corner of another property on the intersection. And there's debris strewn all over the road and at this point they're like dozens of people outside kind of wondering what's going on and i stopped in the middle of the road. Just trying to figure out what i'm looking at and I notice a young man and a white t shirt start walking from the accident scene directly towards my car so i thought he was coming to. You know ask for help. So i cracked the window. My passenger seat wanna note that my fifteen year old son was in the passenger seat with me at the time. Pretty important note. Yeah yes so he. He walks up to my car opens a backdoor my car and climbs into my car and then he says dr I'm thinking this kid definitely hit his head and he's not in his right mind so turn to him and i just say firmly but calmly get out of my car and then he said something which makes my blood run cold when i remember he says. Don't you think the world has gotten a little weird now. And i'm thinking to myself. This kid definitely hit his head. he's not thinking straight. he needs help so i turned to him again. And i say please get of my car. And by the grace of god he got out of my car and i'm looking at him in the rear view mirror p five seconds after he got out of my car. I see him come up on another pedestrian on the sidewalk. I seem lifted t-shirt crap into his pants. And then i see him raise a black handgun and i hear pop at this point. I mean immediate flight mode. I dropped the clutch on my car. Still drive a stick shift. And i'm maneuvering through the debris field on the road and i hear more pops behind me. My son is rightfully cowering in the front seat. I'm screaming. we're getting out of here and all the bystanders. I'm flying by this point through. The debris yelling at he stopped. They thought i was a getaway vehicle. So people think you're the getaway car because he got in your car and now you're trying to get away. What you saw in your rear view mirror was you saw. What police allege happened that the shooter shot ramona. Cooper i thank my lucky stars that my son did not see the actual shooting and i saw it in my rear view mirror as soon as i get around the corner and out of the line of sight of the gunman i stopped my car and i yell too old pedestrians who were on the sidewalk and the street get inside. There's somebody shooting a gun back there and then immediately drove to the winter police station but we know from police reports and from witness reports happened. Is that the shooter then. Went around another block and shot to death. David greene he then had an encounter with a winter police officer who tried to get him to put down his weapon he did not and the police officer said he had to shoot him which he did and killed him. Look paolo your thoughts. On what all the witnesses there are saying. This shooter went past several people who are not black and when he came across the people who are black. He killed them sickening. It's sickening breaks my heart that i just. It's hard for me. The fathom that anyone would have so much hatred i know some of your fellow residents of winthrop. And he walked right them. They sound conflicted. Yeah i mean. I'm surprised that. I don't have more survivor's guilt myself. The only thing. I think that's keeping me somewhat saying is that i reacted in the way that i wouldn't want someone to treat my child if that was my child who had been in an accident but as soon as it went sideways like i said my instinct was i need to save me and my child in addition to as you said you know you all do have some survivors skills but on the other hand you wake up at night thinking it could've been me or my son. I have been trying very hard not to do on. Those thoughts last night was the first thing that i think. I slept more than four hours up. Started seeing a therapist gutten. My son started talking to the therapist as well. And i'll be. I'll be heading to.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Entire society members voting to approve a final report containing the recommendations during a virtual meeting for immediate action. The group is recommending promoting vaccine equity. Continuing and enhancing the states stopped the spread free covid testing and addressing the needs of vulnerable populations across the Commonwealth. The Supreme Court today upholding voting restrictions and Arizona in a decision that could make it harder to challenge other states limits that were put in place by Republicans after last year's elections. The Secretary of state Bill, Galvin says he's very concerned by the high Court's ruling and time is of the essence. I think at this point we minimally have to guarantee the right of every American voter to vote by mail without having a set of specific reason in federal elections. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey weighing in this hour, saying the Supreme Court just struck another blow to the Voting Rights Act. And a man who was serving a life sentence for the murder of a 14 year old in Dorchester more than a decade ago, is going to be re sentence. 14 year old Nicholas Farm B. Davis was shot and killed in Dorchester in 2010, because the scooter he was on almost hit Christmas Star Mobile apps. After the near Miss Lopes and his 16 year old friend, Joshua Fernandez crouched and waited for the boy to get close as he rode around the area. Lopes grabbed him. Fernandez shot and killed him. Both were convicted of first degree murder, sentenced to life without parole. Fernandez appealed, And while the state Supreme Court has upheld his conviction, the court ruled that he needs to be re sentenced because he was 16 at the time that he shot Nicholas. He was a juvenile, and as the court points out, it is unconstitutional for a juvenile to be sentenced to life in prison without the chance for parole. Carl Stevens. WBC Boston's news radio. Security will be tight tonight for a vigil honoring the two victims of last weekend's rampage. In Winthrop. Air Force veteran Ramona Cooper and retired mass State Trooper David Greene were shot and killed by Nathan Allen, according to police. Both Cooper and Green were black, and investigators say Allen may have been an anti Semitic white supremacist. He was shot and killed by police. Security is a top priority tonight. No backpacks, handbags, coolers or bags of any kind will be allowed. Vigil begins at seven p.m. outside of town hall more on events for the fourth coming up in two minutes. Right now, 1 33. The super were retailers of New England all will dry traffic.

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Whitens Ville closed on Mondays and will be closed on Tuesday. There could be extreme heat on Facebook, the owner says they're building has limited air conditioning that isn't effective. Once the take out windows are open. He goes on to say they're cooks in the small kitchen are over the fryers and grills for 10 straight hours, and it's just not safe for the crew to open during this oppressive Eat. Dozens of people commented on the post, applauding the decision to close saying things like so great to see a business owner put their people first. Such a caring owner and hats off to you. Some things are more important than the almighty dollar. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio vigils planned for Thursday and win throat for their two people killed over the weekend. As investigators continue to look into Saturday's shootings, retired state Trooper Dave Green, an Air Force veteran, Ramona Cooper, We're both black were killed. The district attorney, Rachel Rollins, office investigating the case as a hate crime after finding what she called disturbing Notes and Nathan Allens notebook. The DEA says there were anti Semitic and racist writings. With Allen's handwriting with some written just last week, federal prosecutors could be close to a plea deal with former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shove in the deal would specifically be for the civil rights charges against him. Prior to sentencing for his murder conviction, Shoven had said to the Floyd family There's going to be some other information in the future that will be of interest, and I hope these will give you some peace of mind. W C. C O in Minneapolis reports that Children may have been referring to the plea deal in that statement, Sources suggest Children would have to publicly explain what he did to Floyd and why, as part of that plea deal, with more passengers getting violent or arguing with flight attendants on board, the FAA is now turning to social media to convince people to avoid getting fined as travel demand picks up heading toward the fourth of July. The FAA says it is now fielded over 3200 reports of unruly airline passengers this year over 2400 of those have involved passengers refusing to wear masks on board. Find your being handed out. The FAA is resorting to memes. Now one appearing on social media reads, You could have spent $35,000 on a new trunk. But instead you're paying a fine because you punched a flight attendant that like stone, ABC News experts are forecasting 2021 Shark season as sightings of great White sharks pick back up off the shores of the Cape of BBC's Tim done with more at the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy and Shadow experts presented findings of years of research into the animals that give insight into hunting. Another Saviors. Dr. Greg Skomal with the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, says that great white spend nearly half their time in waters 15 ft, deeper less and if you see one that close to shore.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Back President Biden's veto threat on bipartisan infrastructure legislation. He left the impression that he was issuing a veto threat on the very plan that he had just agreed to, which was not his intent, Press secretary Jen Psaki noted. Biden issued a quite lengthy and detailed statement. Clarifying that he intends to work his heart out to get the American families planned path. The death toll near Miami Beach has gone to 11 with more than 150. People still missing that condo collapse of last week. The investigation is continuing into the dance of two people in Aracely motivated attack in Winthrop Over the weekend, the 28 year old shooter Nathan Allen, was licensed to carry in the common wall. This person had some very disturbing beliefs. White supremacist beliefs regarding, uh the Jewish members of our Jewish population as well as black individuals. The D. A. Rachel Rollins says the investigation will continue to get answers for the families of the victims. Thanks, But no thanks. The U S. Supreme Court says no. The hearing New Hampshire's challenge of the way Massachusetts taxed out of state residents who were working remotely from Massachusetts companies. Governor. Sununu called that a direct attack on his state sovereignty, something the high court did not agree with, and the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts comes in it. 2 98 a gallon crude oil is priced here. More people are traveling more need for gas. The reasons for the spots in sports. The Red Sox beat the Royals 65. Yankees lose to the Angels, 53 and more in 60 seconds. You wanted to see miss? What have you been hearing about the new government modernization efforts. AI are Pa's data science. Things are changing at this agency and people will need new skills. I'd like you to get some training. Look at this management Concepts catalog wow over 275 courses that's right in local classrooms or instructor led online classes. We still have budget in this fiscal years. So sign up online. Advance your career with courses for management concepts. Get a catalogue at management concepts dot com or call 833578 84 66. Hot Washington weather is here to stay. Is your residential.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But there are blacks hate to. I don't know what triggered this. But did this guy have degrees and all sorts of Because look at the guy. There's another one now. His father. They just What was that winter for Lawrence? I just heard that on your news. Another one. They just arrested him. 19 year old kid. He killed his father. It was done. I think that this that incident I believe was somewhere in the South Shore. Yeah, because I don't know what's going more and more of these things are happening. And I think people are in spite of his hatred because a lot of mistakes Sometimes I hate I get frustrated, too. And I'm not saying it's right. Right, right. But but you may get angry or whatever, but I don't think you're going to steal a truck. Dr. Driving it down the street. Oh, he may be on drugs. He may have been doing this. We don't know. And I know that and that's why I'm saying I want to know. I want it all to come out normally, when when someone does something like this, and they've been arrested. The default position for the district attorney always is, we really can't say much because the trial is pending. Well, there's going to be no trial for this guy. This guy is dead. Yeah, I do agree with you. There should be less revolving. I mean, some people do break mistakes and over a few times and get help, and I feel bad that there's death on both sides. I wish they could have just stopped him and arrested him. It's a shame it's too bad that happened. And thanks for calling to get enjoyed speaking and we'll keep in touch. Thanks so much. Have a great care. Bye bye. Let's get mark in Worcester in here. Mark corrected, sir. Good evening. Um I'm going to look at this from a little different angle that the kid the perpetrator. I'm wondering if after he was arrested booked if they took a sample of his blood he was he was never arrested and booked. He was He was shot on the scene and killed by okay, went through a police officer. But the car and take a sample of his blood. Even though he was dead. They could. Yeah, they do An autopsy. Absolutely. There is. The reason I'm saying is to find out what types If any And what types of what level of some medications that he might have possibly been on at the time. That he, uh, did this Uh, yeah. I mean, someone raised earlier. The possibility of medication. Someone raised earlier. The possibility of drugs. There's been there's been invaded history. They have a psychiatric history never been arrested. Never. Not that we're aware of no prior criminal record. I'm talking about the psych history. No, no psych history of which I am aware. That you're aware of. Okay. All right. Have a good night. All right. Good night, Mark. Thanks for adding those comments are going to take a quick break here Right now. I have wide open lines. I've got everybody in If you want to continue this for a while, you gotta call now. If not when we come back. I'm going to change topics. 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930, of course, and the ladies lining 617. 931 10 30. My name is Dan Ray. This is a Monday night warm Monday night here keeping your company and we're talking about this horrific double murder. In winter, um to black Americans, Um, shot and killed by 28 year old white guy and the district attorney in Suffolk County has been raised raise some serious questions, And I think that That some of the concerns that she has from what what we know about this guy and again it's early is that he did engage in some Writings that seemed to be contemporaneous, which the district attorney said shows a a bias. Uh and perhaps even something more worse than a bias. A hatred towards, um People who were Jewish and also people who were black. I think we need to get everything out here on the table. There was a profile done on this couple in the Boston Globe. Last August, and they came across in that profile in the Boston Globe as an extraordinarily kind couple. And now the I'm saying nothing about his wife. Um, but this profile Was more of the bride and her grandfather and a love story. It was the headline and the The Wedding between this couple took place. At the Oakdale Rehabilitation and skilled nursing center in West Boylston. In order to accommodate a 92 year old grandfather, who himself was a a Marine Corps veteran. So when I read the story from last August, 3rd, which is pretty accessible, a bride, her grandfather and a love story. Um, the killer here, Nathan Allen. Came across as um Pretty nice guy. Talked about his wife his wife to be. She loves him so much referring to her grandfather. Um, it's really important to her that he is present at the ceremony. This was one of the things that pushed us to have it sooner rather than later. Who knows what's going to happen in the future with the quarantine? He's a great guy. It's a great story. Well, um Mhm less than a year later. The man who seemed to be as sensitive as that. Um And who, I guess, um, a year ago in February. Um, in 2000 and 20. While his wife was attending a Bernie Sanders rally in Boston. This guy was home, um, cleaning the house. Um And he, um Basically Um, designed a a wedding proposal for her. Um And She? She's quote in the article say she looked down and Nathan this now guy who 15 months later killed two innocent people on his knees. With this ring, it's the most perfect ring in the world is pretty much identical to the one my dad proposed. I mean, it sounds like a A perfect love story. Um, you got to read this article. And and yet we know what went down in winter. If you'd like to continue the conversation, you have the numbers. If not, we will change topics. I have wide open lines back after this night side with Dan Ray A NWC BZ Boston's news radio with double the seasoned beef and a large drink all for $5. Taco Bell's Grande nachos.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston News radio. Alright, we're going a little longer in this story, and I thought we wouldn't. I'm glad people are interested in and we're talking about this. Horrific shooting in winter over the weekend, unprovoked. Guy steals a truck truck of a plumbing company. Smashes the truck into a building have no idea if the building was the target of the investigation is still ongoing jumps out of the truck barefoot barefooted with two guns. Shoots and kills, um to Black Americans, both of whom had served in the military. Ramona Cooper, a Air Force veteran, a staff sergeant in the Air Force, and David Greene, who also served in the military, But more important, well should say more important, but equally importantly, was a retired Massachusetts state police trooper. The assailant shot dead. Nathan Allen apparently walked past some white people and apparently chose his targets based upon race and the attorney, the district attorney of Suffolk County, Rachel Rollins, is quote on the global saying, saying that this individual Allen had some very disturbing beliefs. White supremacist beliefs regarding members of our Jewish population. As well as black individuals and two people lost their lives as a result of this She said that investigators have gotten some insight into his thinking from items he had written in the notebook. As recently as last week or so, if we're to believe the dates that he's written in the notebook Problem here is This is a bizarre story in many, many respects a bizarre story, but it is a story that needs to be investigated. Normally, in a situation like this, where there would be an investigation, prosecutors are very limited on what they can say. I want the district attorney to release everything they can about this guy so we can find out. Is he someone who kept his his thoughts and his intentions to himself, or did he share them with others? And if he did share them with others? How explicit was he? And if he was explicit, why did others not step forward? And let folks know that this was a time bomb Ticking time Bomb 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. Beverly is in New Hampshire. Going to be followed here in a moment or so from Clark in Winthrop and Dennis in Weymouth, and the only lines are open the ladies line. 617931 10 30. This is a hateful, spiteful act. We have no idea why we need to know as as as a community. Why, In my in my opinion, let's go to Beverly is in New Hampshire. Hi, Beverly. Next on nights I go right ahead. I just want to go back to the lady who talked about testing kids and yes and I first of all, I'm a strong supporter of a C L u However, I still cringe sometimes that the things that they support But I can hear them screaming immediately about anything that was the set up like that. That but at the same time in order to be a plumber, you have to have the test. To be anything in this culture that we have in this country. Everybody has to be tested, and, um, it seems to me that what's wrong? I don't understand. I think she's right that There must be some way of testing. That wouldn't be any worse than the driver's test written test. Um, forward 1st 1st of may make sure that we understand she was talking about testing kids in school. I mean, she was talking about Take elementary school. Maybe I'm going further with that. I'm taking it a bit further that when you apply for of firearm license What's wrong with having someone take a simple mental health exam? Not not not an in depth and mental health, you know thing, but When you have to do that for everything else. I don't understand why people would be so upset about it, I suppose, because those are not so called rights to have Bear arms. I guess maybe that's what it is, but well, well, well, It's different numbers. A driver's license is a privilege privilege, Right? Okay, however, a constitutional right Is not a privilege. It's a right Uh, then there's that whole issue. A visitor. Is that our isn't it? Is it or what is that there isn't one Is it or isn't it a right Depending on how you read the Constitution. But that is how the U. S. Supreme Court interprets the Constitution. And I thinking, right? Pretty clear, uh, in my own view. And it's if There's no other I I exercise my first Amendment rights here and I use the first Amendment. That's my profession. Okay? Absolutely. And you should, But I mean the whole but so should should. I have to undergo a mental health screening every couple of years in order to maintain no, no, no, no, no, no. First of all the Constitution talks about The right to bear arms dinner, well regulated militia. I mean, we can get into the the details that will try try to convince the U. S. Supreme Court of that, and there's a There's a 240 year history, uh, in which they they have, but isn't I'm still thinking. There must be a simple way or a Maybe not simple as in the word, but people can be tested Not just for having guns, but I mean for violent tendencies. People don't always use how about if we start off with this. How about if we start off being a little tougher on people who enter the criminal justice system and we put we give People, fewer and fewer opportunities, uh, to to come in and out. The the revolving door of the courthouse last Monday night, agrees last Monday night. I had the mayor of Springfield, Massachusetts, on in the first hours. Name was Dominic's China and on Sunday a week ago last night they had a guy 43 years old, who was in the middle of the street in Springfield. Firing guns, pointing guns, um at police officers. He has been in and out of court on 20 to 25 occasions, and and he's out on the street in possession of guns. This now You know, that's there was a woman in the Midwest who Was called the police over and over and over and over and over about her husband. She was convinced he was going to kill kids, and he did, uh, And they just they totally ignored. Er, Yeah, I mean, they had She had all kinds of evidence. They wouldn't give her restraining more because they said they didn't have enough evidence. But there was plenty of evidence. In the meantime, he killed both of their Children. And, you know, I guess I don't. I have no answers. But it seems to me there should be somewhere not like that Tom Cruise movie with a pre criminals, I forget what they were golf. We can't predict what someone's going to do it right. Precisely. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, We should be good. Well, maybe in a society 200 years from now we will have that ability. I don't know that I want to live in that society at that point, because at that point, you know, have have have people out there reading your mind electronically, it said that gets pretty scary as well. Thank you so much for your call. Appreciate it very much. Okay. Thank you. Great night dentist from Weymouth Clark and went through. It will be up next got Joe and Lynn got room for you. We're going to take a quick break. Uh, will continue on this as long as there is interest in this topic. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30 Ladies line is 617931 10 30 have had a lot of women called us tonight. We invite you because I think probably Your sensibilities on this may be better than most men. So you were more than welcome to weigh in. Join us on Nightside. It's nightside with Dan Ray. Hey, Jim. Don't you BZ Boston's NewsRadio. With double the seasoned beef and a large drink all for $5. Taco Bell's Grande nachos truly deserves.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Greater boston communities mourning. The deaths of two people serve this country and whose lives were ended in a horrific violence this weekend. Sixty year. old ramona. Cooper was an air force staff sergeant. Her son says she was caring and selfless ready to help anybody in need sixty eight year old. David greene was a retired state trooper described as a true gentleman by his fellow troopers. And who had apparently just dropped off a batch of fresh cherries to a neighbor. Before being gunned down in the street. They'll be a candlelight vigil in winthrop on thursday to honor both of them in the meantime prosecutors are now investigating the deaths as a hate crime. Police say twenty eight year. Old nathan allen hijacked a truck before crashing into a home on shirley street allen then got out of the car shooting and killing cooper and green before he was shot by police. suffo- county. da. Rachel rollins says quote the only two people that he opened fire on or two visible people of color arison.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBUR

"Just a moment. Suffolk District attorney Rachel Rollins says it appears the man who police say shot two people in Winthrop this weekend was acting alone, Authorities say. Ramona Cooper and David Greene were fatally shot by 28 year old Nathan Allen on Saturday. Allen was later killed in a shootout with police, Cooper and Green. We're both black Allen was white. Rollins says. It appears the victims were both innocent bystanders and that investigators have found anti Semitic and racist writings at Allen's home. At first glance, Ramona Cooper was simply walking across the street. The only two people that he opened fire on were too visible People of color who happened to be black in Winthrop. Rollins says. Both state and federal authorities are investigating Allen's background. A new community fridge in Lynn is now operating 24 hours a day near City Hall. Fridge is run by the organization Lynn Community FRIDGE Project. It's the first in the city and offers fresh fruit produce. Dairy and more. Co founder Emily Buckland says the fridge has seen a lot of usage and donations since it opened up earlier this month. Every time that I have gone down there to either check on it or clean it or donate. There has been a whole new set of food, so that means that it's working. People are taking when they want and people are doing anyone they want. Buckland says. The fridge has run entirely by volunteers who helped stock Organize and clean the fridge and freezer in the forecast. It will be mostly sunny today. Highs in the mid nineties with heat index values around 100. Partly cloudy tonight and not much cooler lows in the mid to upper seventies. Right now. It's 88 degrees in Boston. This is 90.9 W B U R W bur. Supporters include Capital one.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Much hotter. It can be dangerous. Within minutes. We'll have more on the forecast shortly. Also today. Authorities are investigating two people who Winthrop shot to death over the weekend. Were they killed Execution style because they were black WBZ TV I team reporter Cheryl Fiandaca says authorities found a trail of white supremacist rhetoric linked to the suspect named Nathan Allen. Prosecutors say Allen wrote about the superiority of the white race. And about whites being apex predators. He also drew swastikas. Allen had no criminal record and was not on any law enforcement radar. At this point, police believe Alan acted alone. Ask her motive for the shooting. Police say Allen may have targeted the victims because they were black and are investigating the shooting as a hate crime. Allen was shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire with police. Also this morning tragedy strikes a member of the Boston Bruins off ice. Bruins forward David Pasternak, announcing this morning on his Instagram page that his baby son born just days ago, has died. The post this morning saying Vigo role posture, not June 17. To June 23rd 2021. We have an angel watching over us and we call him son. You will be loved forever. The shocking announcement comes months after he and his girlfriend Rebecca Arolsen, announced back in January. They were expecting a baby. They did a gender reveal post back on January 9th. Pasternak is 25 years old. He's been with the Bruins his entire career after being drafted by the bees back in 2014, Jim McKay, WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio and a nice tribute over the premier rank at New England Sports Village. It will be renamed AJ quite a rank all to honor the bishop in high school hockey player injured in a game earlier this year, by the way, they had their first hockey tournament. At the rank all the proceeds going towards his rehab and recovery. A dedication ceremony will be held at that rank in December. We'll let you know at that time also coming up. A search for survivors goes on in Florida after a devastating building collapse and the latest on the nurses in Worcester still on strike. Alright, 10 33. The super were retailers of New England all will drive.

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"nathan allen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"nathan allen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I Maybe that couldn't really go as far as that one or two. And then when I did it hurt. So, uh, this guy that has got to get treatment and hopefully for the better. You will get an MRI this morning. Milwaukee now leads the series two games to one. Game Four is Tuesday night in Atlanta. Nobody. Westby News time is 6 17 air strikes authorised by President Biden Target command and control sites run by Iranian backed militias near the border of Iraq and Syria. This one was triggered because the Iranian backed militias are now using drones in what one defense official said is an increasingly aggressive way. Reporter David Martin says there's no early word yet of casualties. It's the second airstrike by the US against these militia fighters this year. Pope Francis meets with Secretary of State Tony Blinken today in Vatican City. Details were immediately available on what the two men discuss behind closed doors. During his morning visit to the Vatican. Blinken was also given a private tour of the Sistine Chapel reporter Sabina Castle, Franco says Blinken also meets with Israel's foreign minister in Rome, and today he takes part in the global coalition to defeat Isis CD vendors get into a beef in New York's Times Square and start shooting a 21 year old visitor from upstate New York is wounded by a req. Shame. He was standing up. He was talking and then they just put them on the on the stretcher and civil on. No one else has hurt. Police say no one's in custody Yet a shooter guns down two people in suburban Boston, Suffolk County, D. A. Rachel Rollins believes the gunman may have chosen his targets because they're black. These families deserve answers, and we will find out what happened here. Rollins says. Investigators have discovered hateful white supremacist rhetoric in Nathan Allens handwriting. Witnesses say it appears he bypassed white bystanders before shooting a retired trooper and an air for Course that Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer declares an emergency in Wayne County due to flooding in and around Detroit. I gotta get out of here because I got to live. I didn't want to die in their drivers abandoned their cars and rising water. Divers are checking flooded cars for victims. After years of trying zoo Atlanta hatches A Lapid faced vulture chick lead bird keeper Monica Harp in tells WSB. This egg laid by Amanda is the first fertile one in a dozen I and I The whole building probably heard us screaming. The whole department was in there, and we were just hooting and hollering. The bird team feeds the chick round the clock for the 1st 10 days before its reintroduced to its parents. DNA testing will determine the gender and then a name. WSB news time 6 19 Next traffic update will get over. I 75 in Cobb County for you unless than two minutes. WSB meteorologist Kurt Mellish and his defendable five day forecast sponsored by Breda Pest management. They handle bugs.

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