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Couple in eBay Harassment Case Sues Company, Ex-Officials

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Couple in eBay Harassment Case Sues Company, Ex-Officials

"You think about big tech tyranny the most of us especially in conservative talk radio talking about the latest person that twitter dispatched or the latest bias. That facebook has again somebody but what about the tyranny of ebay what the tyranny of ebay it's pre. It's where you buy stuff. How bad can they be the boston globe. Features a story where this couple that did i guess they did sort of reviews their their their livelihood was doing online reviews of various tech issues various websites and they had been not universally but occasional critics of ebay and the folks at ebay decided. They didn't like it. And there may be retribution underway. Aaron pressman writes about tech for the boston globe and had the story and it just went straight to my brain and aaron welcome. It's nice to meet you. How are you doing sir. Good morning mark thank you. This is crazy first of all how. You've been writing about tech for the boston globe. The boston globe. I'm new. i've been writing about tech for many many years. But i just joined the boston globe this summer. Where'd you come from. I was at fortune magazine for the last solar. Where your people where are you from. Where did you grow up. I grew up in the boston area. And i never quite escape so i'm still here so it's right there west of town about a half hour west of town in the lovely suburb of natick. Tell me about the couple in question and what they did to draw the ire of ebay. So i know david steiner there an ordinary couple. They like to go to garage. Sales when ebay i arose. They sort of started making a tip sheet for people who aren't to sell on ebay and it became this big newsletter. They started making a lotta money from advertising to people who want to sell things on ebay so it was a great little business. They had Ebay over the years you may have noticed has shifted to emphasize more selling like big retailers and increasing the fees on little guys who want to sell things so the newsletter became i think a little more critical overtime and kinda got under the skin of some of the top people and ebay where they were. Who would've who's eyeballs would have seen this in order to think this isn't right. We're going to punish these people. Where's he bay headquarters out in silicon valley like everybody else. Ebay is out in silicon valley. But we know there's a federal criminal case against Seven to these people to so we know we've seen the emails that the ceo of ebay right. This is a multibillion dollar corporation. The theo of ebay and his wife are complaining to their underlings about this online newsletter. Not treating them fairly and Devon winning the ceo at the time even has this very unfortunate email where he says. Take them down acre down. I believe is what he's at.

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Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust

"And you study claims its continental crust. First emerged some three point. Seven billion years ago. The findings presented at the european geological. Union's general assembly showed that the planet's light continental crust formed within the first nine hundred million years of the earth's existence. The continental crust is the layer of grew natick sedimentary amid them offic rocks which forms the continents in the areas of shallow seabed close to their shores is the continental shelves. It's list dance. The janik crust material and therefore floats on top of it unlike previous research which is based on strontium isotopes and marine cabinets which are usually either scarce or altered in rock more than three billion years old new study by scientists from the university of bergen looked at the mineral barrett which forms from sulfates emotion water mixing with barium from hydrothermal vents and thus holds an unchanging record aversion chemistry. Going back through time. The authors calculated the ratio of strontium isotopes in six different deposits of barrack from three different continents range in age from three pointed three point. Five billion years this allowed them to determine win with continental rock populated into the ocean and was incorporated into barrett the authors determined that the weathering started about three point seven billion years ago. That's around five hundred million years earlier than previously thought. The findings provide a new understanding of early ocean chemistry. As well as the onset of plate tectonics and even hope understanding the evolution of the biosphere because once process is like plate tectonics hope established the continents processes like erosion can begin to where the crucial minerals and nutrients into the ocean.

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Natick, Newton North Scrimmage Ahead Of Boston Spring Football Season

WBZ Morning News

01:29 min | 9 months ago

Natick, Newton North Scrimmage Ahead Of Boston Spring Football Season

"This portion of the news with the story, which is normally presented when leaves in the trees of changing colors, and frost is on the pumpkin. But you know what football season's about to kick off in Massachusetts after a rough 2020 high school football is back. It actually feels really great. I mean, it's weird. That's the first year for most of us in like 10 years, we have had a football season in the fall native coasted Newton north for a scrimmage ahead of their first games of the season, and these players couldn't be happier to be back on the field. Even with our teammates and friends, we've grown up with playing. I mean, that was probably one of the better things I like just being on the field with the team again, just cause it feels like a sense of normalcy. But there's still the constant reminder of the pandemic safety protocols require everyone in this contact sport. Be masked up. It's definitely different and new. It's a little harder to breathe. But that's just something you get used to, the more you play with it, and something that has taken some more. Getting used to socially distance celebrations to the hardest thing is during the competition is to remember. You can't high five. You can't hardly got spread out and all that stuff. That's kind of the emotional stuff is difficult. Team sport. Guys want to celebrate head coach Mark Martorell, Lee says. Practices also look different, with the team broken up into smaller groups. Other adjustments include virtual team meetings, no locker rooms and even fewer players. Despite the challenges, these seniors are just happy to have one more season with their teammates. Even if it feels a little backwards. That's WBZ. TV s Nick Evans reporting

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Natick Mall COVID Vaccine Site Opens By Appointment Only

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Natick Mall COVID Vaccine Site Opens By Appointment Only

"Day. One is in the books at the state's newest mass vaccination center at the Natick Mall, and we're underway again, and word is it's been pretty smooth sailing so far. If you can get an appointment, Debbie lives near the new mass vaccination site of the Natick Mall. I live here and the condos in the mall. Yeah, I'd say that's pretty close. Problem is she can't book an appointment We've been online for in the morning. By the time you put in your information gone, it's no surprise. That right now is particularly tough to find a time here. Heather Praveen Oh, from lab core. The company managing this site says they're doing a slow ramp up with only 100 doses per day. This first week, 500 the next and eventually 5000. I know appointment seem at the premium now, but just keep at it, and we'll get everybody there, but make sure that they wait until they do have an appointment. Not exactly what Debbie was hoping to hear when she showed up. She understands It's frustrating that you know what this other people ahead of me that need it

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Framingham Police Search For Missing Cafe Owner In Boston Area

WBZ Afternoon News

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Framingham Police Search For Missing Cafe Owner In Boston Area

"Owner of two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help. Lovely BZ Sherry Small report. Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation She and her husband owned to dull Cheadle, edgy Gelato cafes, one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when police say she may have been In native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017 80 blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged to call Framingham Police.

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Police search for missing Massachusetts gelato shop owner

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 10 months ago

Police search for missing Massachusetts gelato shop owner

"Two local gelato cafes is missing police and her family now asking for the public's help WBZ Sherry Samantha Mentis Davar Framingham, Better known as Sam hasn't been seen since late Saturday. Her family is worried, and police have launched a missing person search and investigation. She and her husband owned to dull trade allege a gelato cafes one in Framingham, the other in Ashland. She's been missing since around 6 30 Saturday night. That's when Police say she may have been in native possibly in the CBS door on Central Street or around that area. They say that Sam's phone was tracking in the Natick Norwood area. But reportedly that phone has since either gone dead or is turned off and she remains unreachable. Sami is 47 years old 5 ft. Four inches tall with a medium build, and she speaks with a Spanish accent. She was driving a 2017, Navy blue Toyota Prius hatchback and may have stopped at any of the mass pike rest areas. Anyone with information is urged. All. Framingham police Sherry

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Man Trapped In Natick, Boston Area, House Fire Dies

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Man Trapped In Natick, Boston Area, House Fire Dies

"The latest now from WBC's Drew Mulholland. Jeff, We've learned that a man is dead after fire sweeps three home on Longfellow Road, a woman his wife wife did did escape escape the the flames. flames. Firefighters Firefighters were were up up against against it it here, here, the the flames flames raging raging so so fiercely fiercely they they had had to to get get control control before before entering entering the the home. home. And And that that took took some some time. time. Apparently Apparently he he was was neighbors neighbors in in the the back's back's on on fire. fire. Way believed if I sounded in the rear of the house Neighbors saw the fire in a fire chief Michael in teeny neighbors making the call. Firefighters rushed to the scene. But again, we've learned that a man is dead after a fire in Natick this morning Drew Mohammed WBC Boston's news radio, after

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"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The upper end of 1, 20 eights off to a good start and route One looks good. A past. Lyn Phil's Parkway, miking WBC's traffic on the three. Now we get a check of the four day WBC accurate forecast. Meteorologist Ryan Thompson is with us. What I'm talking about anything, major. No big storm, but Little bit of icky stuff coming in mid week and end of the week. You have more of a nuisance than anything been as you get into a Wednesday, even starting tomorrow night, we're gonna start to see some snow move in. In the meantime, we have had a fair amount of sunshine this afternoon. But with temperatures in the low to mid thirties and a pretty gusty breezes feeling pretty chilly. We will have increasing clouds later tonight the wind will diminish some alot of 23. Early sun will give way to clouds tomorrow. A little bit of snow could arrive late in the day High 34 best chance that the south and west of Boston and occasional snow to our night with a low down to 31. Most of it, though, on the lighter side will consider to see some snow showers in the Wednesday and Wednesday evening near the coast to the we will see some rain and sleet likely mix in I Wednesday, 37 accumulations of about an inch or two of snow are expected. Near the coast. A lot of that will be on non page services. Cloudy and cold for Thursday. Couple of STO showers and higher on 36 looks like colder and Friday has to be back down into the twenties. Again. I'm active weather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's news radio. Right now it is 37 degrees in Natick. It's 36 in reading. It is 36 in Hingham and 35 degrees. In Boston. 3 25 Bloom could be off the roads for Planet Fitness and analyst for J. P. Morgan Chase says they have to New Hampshire based company's stock price is a little hot to the touch hard hit from day one of the pandemic when Jim's and other businesses were shut down Planet Fitness shares have nearly tripled since March. Linguine business more of it. Now, with Bloomberg's Kim Carrigan grow marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts are leaving the Commonwealth Dispensary Association. The CD A sued the Cannabis Control Commission over newly.

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2 Mass. Residents Arrested By FBI, Charged In Boston Federal Court For US Capitol Riots

WBZ Overnight News

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

2 Mass. Residents Arrested By FBI, Charged In Boston Federal Court For US Capitol Riots

"Massachusetts residents appear in federal court in connection with the riot at the U. S. Capitol. Here's WBC's Karen Regal Natick, Suzanne. I any didn't say much. Besides Besides yes, yes, your your honor honor during during a a ritual ritual court court appearance, appearance, where where she she is is accused accused of of entering entering a a restricted restricted building building without without lawful lawful authority authority and and disorderly disorderly conduct conduct on on Capitol Capitol Grounds, Grounds, the the native native town town meeting meeting member member whose whose Twitter Twitter is studded with references to Donald Trump in Cuban on Was released with one of the conditions being. She can't be near the statehouse or attend any protests or demonstrations Mark to Haiti and organizer of the 2019 Straight Pride parade and part of the right leaning Super Happy Fun. America was held pending a detention hearing Thursday. U. S attorney apparently concerned with witness intimidation, his attorney said. That was ridiculous. The assistant U. S attorney, however, said so Haiti told his mother with whom he lives to hide his cell phone when he was arrested and was part of a quote organized horde that left the Capitol Police officer did.

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"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"41 degrees and reading 48 in Natick, 46. A cloudy Evening in Boston at 705. And over in the Granite State. Today, New Hampshire families that received food stamps are not getting a boost from the States Federal Cove in 19 relief funds. They've allocated all but $990,000 of the 1.25 billion they received with leftover funds going back to Washington if they aren't doled out by the end of December. States Democrats pushing unsuccessfully to get those funds to the food stamp program, Officials say they'll instead go to New Hampshire's unemployment trust fund. As the deadline gets closer, a traditional Thanksgiving Turkey dinner will be served at the Pine Street Inn tomorrow in an untraditional style because of the pandemic. WBZ Sherry Small reports. The Pine Street Inn isn't letting the Corona virus pandemic stopped them from feeding thousands. This Thanksgiving spokesperson Over, Travis in says they're just having to go about it in a different way. But wait for the entire week. We have hundreds of volunteers on hand, hoping to prepare the meal and set up for Thanksgiving. But with the covert protocols in place of this year, it's just staff staff was just really stepped up the traditional turkey carving dinner that'll look different, too. We usually have a big community table in our dining room. All of our death seated close together this year, only two to a table and those tables will be socially dist. The meal will be served cafeteria style and the mayor will be coming. But he will be speaking and carving turkeys and attempt outside, So it's gonna look quite quite different this year. Very small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio And another Thanksgiving tradition lives on as well. At Lombardo's in Randolph WBZ, Suzanne's Hospital Reports Cove in 19 8, stopping them from feeding what they say is they're very large extended family for nearly 50 years, so Lombardo family would open their doors on Thanksgiving toe hundreds who had no place to go or food to eat. My grandfather Woz, the one who said I I never want anybody to have no place to go. It's a family holiday, and if someone doesn't have any family, they should be part of our family general manager David Lombardo says because of covert 19, they decided to give back on an even bigger scale contacted all the senior centers and shelters and veterans homes that we normally work with and said We don't have tickets for you to come here this year, But we have food to bring to you. They packed up nearly 4000 Thanksgiving meals with the help of volunteers like 15 Year old Sam Marcus from Needham. While most of his friends were home playing video games, he was here just how about the community could eat, especially in these times covert times? You gotta help out and he insists his mother didn't drag him here in Randolph, Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio. Right now. It is 708 coming up at 7 15. We get the latest from Capitol Hill. Right now. It's time for Bloomberg Business. A barrage of economic reports showing weakness in unemployment, personal incomes, consumer sentiment and home sales help suggests that the new spike and covert cases is pulling on the economy as feared. And that pulled on Wall Street Today, Dow Lost 174 S and P. 500 down six. NASDAQ did better up 50 eight's into It's. The owner of Turbo tax has been given the nod from regulators who require finance website Creditkarma. Which runs its own. Do it yourself Tax bread business to get the government's approval into it had to agree to sell credit Karma's tax unit. Mobile payment Companies Square will buy it for $50 million and you wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio that smart speaker does more than play the hits. That Speaker could make you smart telling to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. Next day molding.

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Boston - Natick Town Meeting forms committee to study town seal which is decried as insulting to Native Americans

WBZ Overnight News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Natick Town Meeting forms committee to study town seal which is decried as insulting to Native Americans

"Suzanne Sauce will reports. Some say the current seal is historically inaccurate and offensive spoken like a true politician moderator. I have absolutely no opinion, but as a native resident Frank false would like to see the seal changed. Depict ourselves of what we were. So much is where we have come and who we are today and knew who in fact, we want to be in the future. The seal shows three native Americans sitting in front of a standing Bible holding John Elliott, the founder of the praying Indians movement in the 16 hundreds. Town. Meeting member Joshua Ostroff says the seal doesn't tell the whole story. For example, there are indigenous people who do not convert to Christianity. Or there are some who converted out of necessity. The native Nip Mark Indian Council wants to see it changed, saying it reinforces stereotypes of Native Americans. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio, A powerhouse packed in

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"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"30 in Natick. Laurie granted visas traffic on the three Lorries, something we're absolutely going to be on top of this morning. Meantime, the W B Z four day AccuWeather forecast looks like we've got one more day of these really warm temperatures climbing up to Ojai around 71 degrees. Today, we will be staying dry. There should be a good deal of clouds out there but nevertheless still feeling like the spring Heck, even the summer in some spots later on this afternoon. Hi of 71 with plenty of clouds. Love just 63. Then tonight for tomorrow, Still on the mild side, a high of 60 for we will see some rain showers for your Thursday tomorrow outside of that clouds but again still mild conditions with a high of 64. Then later on Thursday night finally starts to get a little bit chilly once again in hot alot. I should say 47 as we head towards the weekend. We're looking at sunshine on Friday, a brisk fall afternoon. With a high of 53, then pretty much the same deal heading into the weekend on Saturday. Right now we're at 59 degrees in Linz, 61 in line Minster 62 in Plymouth in Boston. Right now, 60 and partly cloudy It is 5050. W B. C news radio well cases of covert 19 on the rise as the Commonwealth prepares for those cases to get worse with more on the latest numbers. From the Department of Public Health. Here's W. B. C's Carl Stevens. The positivity rate is up, and so is the number of newly reported covert cases in the Commonwealth, 2000 and 47. The seven day positivity rate has gone up to 2.63%. The number of covert patients is over 600. Now it's 618. That hospitalization rate has been at a consistent uptrend since the beginning.

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Boston - World War II Veteran Celebrates 96th Birthday In Natick With Drive-By Party

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - World War II Veteran Celebrates 96th Birthday In Natick With Drive-By Party

"During this pandemic, you've probably seen this. Maybe you were part of Ah, drive by birthday party. Very popular for young kids who can't have their friends over because of the pandemic about World War two veteran Uelmen Bartlett a little drive by for him, too. He's 96 friends, neighbors, police, firefighters and, of course other veterans. Driving by to wish the longtime resident of Natick Happy birthday, Willman Bartlett served his country in the Army Air Corps during World War two good for

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"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Natick and then downtown. Tobin Bridge. Outbound is backed up to the lower decks. Okay, and so is thorough Drive in all the airport tunnels to Mike Ng W. B. C's traffic on the three watching some showers and storms moving across the area that could be impacting. Some of us are deceiving these They're not going to be widespread or everybody getting everything all the time, but there was a line that's been popping off some storms. Especially out in parts of western mass. There is a severe thunderstorm boy for a cell that is right now coming out of the green field area and toward the top of the Quabbin. Also way another storm cell has popped up just to the north of Fitchburg. So there's some rain. Some thunder activity in that one and we'll be seeing this continue as we head through the evening. Tonight's and leftover showers later on over the South Coast, Cape and Islands which should be last to get in on all this low of 71. Amaro Michelle were thunderstorm early South Coast Cape and Islands and then some sunshine, not as hot or humid is and has been, though 80 85 tomorrow partly cloudy tomorrow night Low 69 Saturdays, mostly sunny, 84 88 city and inland near 80 at the beaches on Sunday, partly sunny, becoming more humid. A thunderstorm is possible in the afternoon with a high of 80 to 79 degrees right now. In Boston, six employees at the Holy Oak Soldiers home testing positive for a second time for Corona virus. ABC TV says the entire staff was tested after a resident tested positive. The facility says the six employees previously tested positive but had sense clinically recovered and no longer had symptoms. Come to Baker highlighting the work of the fighter research team and end over today. It is among those who has begun a human trial on what he calls one of the most advanced covert 19 vaccine over team has been working on the development, manufacture and testing of a potential covert 19 vaccine day in and day out for the past few months,.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Norwood seventy two in Natick seventy two down in Quincy and seventy one in Winchester and Boston it's two oh five in New York City once the epicenter of the covert nineteen pandemic continues to see its numbers go down but that's not the case in many other places as states including Texas Arizona and South Carolina see a spike in corona virus cases others are putting re openings on hold Utah and Oregon are pausing lifting more social distancing rules they were among states balancing health risk from coal that nineteen against the economic damage from stay at home orders that have left millions unemployed for months an Associated Press analysis finds the cases are rising in nearly half of states that experts are blaming the gradual re opening of businesses over the past few weeks Alison Keyes CBS news meanwhile Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases told CNN on Friday increases in cases in several states are not necessarily indicative of a second spike of covert infections found she said quote when you start to see increases in hospitalizations that's a surefire situation that you've got to pay close attention to he says it is not inevitable that you will have a so called second wave in the fall or even a massive increase if you approach it in the proper way Dr Fauci advising people to maintain social distancing and continue to wear masks in public and many people are listening but not everyone millions of Americans remain out of work because of the cold at nineteen pandemic but the trump administration is now apparently looking into ways of providing incentives to get people back to work Larry Kudlow the head of the president's national economic council talked about this on CNN's state of the union I think that returning to employment we are in the ministration the president is looking at a reform measure that was still provide some kind of bonus for returning to work meanwhile this is the first weekend of outdoor dining here in Massachusetts under phase two of governor Baker's re opening plan it includes breweries that have been able to take full advantage of the great weekend weather WBZ TV's Tiffany chan reports from harpoon brewery we believe for Massachusetts to read cracking open the beers and welcoming patrons back to their patios harpoon says is a godsend this season your.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beverly seventy four in Natick in Quincy and seventy three in Boston it's one thirty five New Hampshire state legislator is stepping down after posting a tweet saying sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden is unlikely because of the way a woman's body is built representative Richard told me of Manchester tweeted that a woman's anatomy would make it very difficult to assault her without some cooperation from the female herself quote on quote he also accused bite an accuser Tara Reid of looking for attention the tweet since deleted prompting house speaker Steve sure allowed to call for Comey's resignation late Friday that resignation has now been handed in president trump says he's now pushing to have a coronavirus vaccine for every American by the end of the year ABC news correspondent Stephanie Rameau's has an update on the race to develop a vaccine than a thousand people are volunteering at Oxford university for one of the most promising vaccine trials in the world Oxford researchers say the vaccine worked on monkeys and expect the first results from the human trial by mid June authorities say if everything goes as planned Oxford is hoping to have thirty million doses ready by September but will distribute them in the U. K. first and foremost having a baby in the middle of a pandemic is not ideal by any means but as we are here now from WBZ's sherry small she tells us there are doctors who are helping parents to prepare for this added stress or every day a child into the world it's an exciting time for parents but for those doing so during the corona virus pandemic that excitement can be clouded by concerns and questions we want it to remain to be an exciting time we also recognize that there's lots of unknown now Dr Scott Shenker is the director of labor and delivery at Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center they offer a virtual hotline where expectant moms can get answers really it become amazing service to people across Massachusetts a nice open forum for people to ask questions and anonymous actually we're not providing direct medical advice but more just general advice on how to deal with because it while pregnant or during the immediate post partum care if the weapon are is available Monday through Friday from noon to one cherry small WBZ Boston news radio in central.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Exit thirteen in Natick south of town no delays on the expressway and route three of the south shore is clear rob Paco WBZ's traffic on the threes and now let's check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast is cloudy now but it'll be mostly sunny this afternoon with a high of sixty five downtown closer to seventy in some inland spots dropping down tonight to fifty two with clouds increasing we might see a shower in spots late tonight tomorrow maybe a shower first thing and then it's going to be beautiful the clouds they'll break for sunshine it'll be breezy and warm highs near seventy degrees T. shirt weather all right on Monday we'll see a mixture of clouds and sun it'll drop down just a bit temperature wise windy and cooler with a shower with a high near sixty and then a high near fifty nine on Tuesday with sunshine mixing with clouds right now we have a forty seven degrees with a few clouds in the sky it's a little breezy out there as well he's forty eight and they were Norwood and Natick forty seven degrees in Belmont it's five thirty five labor and community advocates gathered virtually of course on may day to call for more help for those essential workers on the front lines and those who are struggling to pay rent during this covert nineteen crisis here's WBZ's Karen regal without storage center of there as vice president of SEIU local thirty two BJ and says the worker she raps janitors security guards airport workers are very much front facing and need some help thousands of our workers are still essential workers and they have been you know they cannot work.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"natick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the month of April in which tens of thousands of Americans died and tens of millions of Americans lost their jobs due to a coronavirus today the first is Natick also known as international workers day and also being label today as a central workers day to bigger holiday in many other countries and it is here but this year is different obviously never in any of our lifetimes I don't think has there been a more extreme crisis labor situation than there is today or one that lays bare as much of the structural inequality in our country there are one day strikes and boycotts going on in various places today and calls for doing more right now to protect and pay fairly largely working class largely black and brown largely ignored in normal times workers who other people are realizing in new ways to keep them safe and keep them fed not to mention keep their hair cut in their gym equipment working according to the business news website Fast Company I made a general strike will unite employees at Amazon whole foods Instacart target shipped FedEx and Walmart in a single sprawling effort an organizer's press release cited by the intercept says workers mostly non unionized given their employers notorious union busting reputations will call in sick or walk off the job during their lunch break picketing outside their warehouses and store fronts today we will talk to guests including a veteran labor organizer and labor writer someone who got fired by Amazon on Staten Island he says for organizing a doctor from NYU Langone who wrote before covert nineteen that the business of healthcare depends on exploiting doctors and nurses show explaining why she says so and how it relates to today other guests to and we will take some different groups of colors as we go we'll invite the first group of you in a minute joining me now is Jane medically the organizer senior policy fellow at the university of California at Berkeley's labor center she is a college funding for the nation who covers labor and especially strikes and author of a book that came out just this year she was here for a book interview a collective bargaining unions organizing and the fight for democracy J. always good to have you on welcome back to W. NYC thank you Brian it's always good to be on your show so you know article in the nation today begins with some history about why we celebrate Labor Day in September in this country well it's may first in much more of the world and we don't mention president Grover Cleveland's name much on the show so would you tell us some of the origins of May Day and how the United States when its own way yeah sure I don't mention Grover Cleveland very often either except when you take into the particular history of why it is that the United States such as an out liar on when we celebrate workers so essentially the history of of this today which is a paid day off like a real holiday throughout most of Europe and most of the world over sixty six countries that officially celebrate today as sort of what we think of as Labor Day and what happens that led to it was there was a decision in the eighteen eighteen eighty four writes her going back at two centuries in eighteen eighty four what was what would become the essentially the American federation of labor the precursor to it declared the convention in eighteen eighty four VAT at starting on may first eighteen eighty six worker that the official work it would only be eight hours so workers are demanding a cut in hours for the same rate of pay this is eighteen eighty four the declaration was you know the one year and a half to prepare for it and so on may first eighteen eighty six hundreds of thousands anything about the numbers in the country at that time that's like millions today hundreds of thousands of workers all across America walked off their jobs on may first eighteen eighty six S. series of actions happen in Chicago were some of the biggest protest happened there was a lock out act two days later workers returned to what was called Haymarket square to protest the killing of some strikers the day before essentially someone threw a bomb into the police and what happens in the ensuing melee there's never been any evidence clearly to the state about who did this farm but four of the worker organizers were quickly convicted and hung to death in Chicago and another four workers were convicted to also be executed on no evidence at all and and in response to that international unions were across the world declared a day of solidarity with American workers that's the irony is this day which is celebrated across the world as a paid official holiday celebrating workers was declared to support American workers so several years later Grover Cleveland for president and in nineteen ninety three declares the chat eighteen ninety three thanks eighteen ninety three declares and in the midst of suppressing the Pullman strike and some massive strikes that were going on that were heavily involving African Americans by the way he declares we like we better do something so he suddenly just declares that there's going to be Labor Day the first Monday of September every year and it and it's understood historically to be a direct attempt to separate American workers from our colleagues internationally and it was also explicitly backed the van created because the Democrats were taking heat for suppressed sound familiar for suppressing strikes or not doing much to help workers in them so they thought what you never pass the state called Labor Day so that that that that the long history as we have been separated from our international counterparts you know for more than a century and it is not good not going to say and you know and and and the strikes that are being declared today by workers who in fact are delivering our food are delivering our products are delivering everything to everyone sitting at home if you have the luxury to be sitting at home and shelter in place under the scope of disaster or the very workers were being fired on the front lines right now trying to stand up for themselves today to say that we need some personal protective equipment we need some rights on the job we need somebody to believe have sick leave sick pay you know we this country is so out of control compared to other global sort of northern countries the idea that there isn't a national vacation law that there isn't national paid sick days that we don't have national health insurance that we don't mean all the other social societal norms that exist in most of Europe Canada and a lot of we think of as the global north countries simply don't exist here and I think most workers aren't aware of it so it's great that the Amazon workers in the whole foods workers and Instacart workers are declaring that it's the beginning of the end like they need to start taking to the streets and the last thing I'll say about this is you know in the in the new book and I'm not sure we got there in that book interview in a new book I say in the opening chapter I quote some research about what the conditions were on auto plants in United States in nineteen thirty three there's a lot of laughs and academic literature what was going on in the auto plants in this country people think about a plant disease great jobs now right so and what's happening in nineteen thirty three when unemployment was the same it is now right nineteen thirty three there was no union there was no United auto workers as we know it today the auto plants were am safety violation upon safety violation workers being crossed workers are working irregular hours workers had no rights on the job and I sensually say you know they look just like when Amazon warehouse looks like today there are huge injuries in Amazon warehouses the workers have virtually no rights as Christians malls will tell you and you get fired for simply you know demanding protective equipment when you are literally making Jeff Bezos he has earned twenty five billion dollars billion since Colbert started and he doesn't give his worker sick days and he hires union busters to fire them it is nineteen thirty three in America's auto factors factories it's just that they're the Amazon factory today it's going to take the same bold action that those workers are taking today and it's not gonna happen overnight and it's not gonna happen one May Day but it's going to take consistent militant action by growing numbers of people who work for Amazon and whole foods and see on some both now and every other company like them before workers can start to have the kind of voice on the job that they deserve and that they have in many other countries and people in this country may not realize that mayday is so big around much of the rest of the industrialized world that stock markets are closed in a lot of other countries today even that representing the ownership class obviously you mention the history of nineteen thirty three we we had also invited for this segment but he couldn't do it The New York Times columnist Jamelle Bouie I just recommend people to his article as well as our guest a mac levy's article in the nation Jamelle believe New York times columnist his column the other day describing nineteen thirty four in particular as a potential parallel when there were a lot of strikes that year in America and that helped lead to some of the major labor laws that we have in this country today listeners if if we happen to have anyone out there right now strike king or otherwise protesting today this may Davis international workers day this essential workers day you're invited to call in and tell us where you usually work and what you're striking for six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty maybe if you're a customer at a business being targeted today or Walmart it today on Amazon today or whatever you're invited to call in and say how you're supporting the workers you depend on for shopping or delivery six four six four three five seventy to eighty employers welcome to on how you're supporting your in person employees who have been deemed essential in this dangerous time six four six four three five seventy to eighty or anyone else with a question or thought for labor organizer UC Berkeley fellow and nation magazine correspondent Jane Mack levy six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty and we will be joined also in a few minutes by Chris malls that fired Amazon worker who is involved in organizing some of the protests today Jane I know you've written and talked in the past about how customers can support workers and I wonder if you would we'll talk about that today what what wanna talk about some of the ways that the people who are not these workers but maybe have a a new appreciation or even just an ongoing a pre appreciation for the people we now call essential workers how people can support them yes definitely first of all today they're calling for going to boycott Amazon please don't order anything online today they're not asking for this permanently they're asking for a single day right now the show Jeff pesos that consumers are paying attention to the health care crisis yeah that's taking place an injury crisis has taken place in the Amazon factories they're asking people not to shop at whole foods today because whole foods is engaged in every bit of serious union busting as Amazon again it's the same owner now it's Jeff Bezos and I you know in advance so wanted that's one thing is today in particular heed the boycott call of the workers who are taking their lives into their own hands to literally make it to that many of us can stay home so today's the day before I caught the fish Lee one day all day that's one to an unmet need in this country is that in the turn of the last century meeting in the early nineteen hundreds we had a very very strong consumer league we have very strong consumer movement I cover all.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Three south bound near down two lanes mistake after the o'neill tunnel no significant delay o'neill north also has a double right lane closure expect some delays there on the airport tunnels Ted Williams tunnel east and west both have a lane closure both moving well Sumner tunnel down a lane on the ramp to start drivers blocked no worries in the Tobin bridge on the river roads west of the city on the pike the eastbound side after the Natick service plaza where crews will slow you down route two east and westbound lanes taken both ways by Walden pond in Concord you gonna delay both ways route two west flows for work by Jaxson Rhoden Devon's and one twenty eight south bound doubling closure by route thirty in west and north of town ninety three northbound left lane taken assembly square to Roosevelt's circle but that won't slow you down ninety three south has minor delays with work by two thirteen Methuen again by Montvale lab route one south work crews slow you down to the Chelsea cars one twenty eight north bound in PVD watch for work crews before route one south of town expressway north and southbound ten minutes total to the split split to the tunnel no worries twenty four north the ramp at ninety three south is closed ninety three south bound to twenty four south bound his soul also close ninety five clear to and from Rhode Island is reports funded by compassion international it's easier to change the world than you think sponsored child in extreme poverty with compassion international you will change the world for that child just text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now clear skies thirty nine degrees depress WBZ's traffic on the trees here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast early on this Thursday morning the sky partly to mostly cloudy expect a rain or snow shower prior to daybreak the low with just thirty five later today it'll.

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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"In Framingham into Natick again won twenty eight to the supermarket overpass in Newton thirty five minutes now north expressway Braintree to Boston Laurie ready WBZ's traffic on the street in a little bit warmer here in Boston would be able to tell it right now because it's up to thirty degrees but the skies are clearing and we're headed towards the low fifties later this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop get some sunshine here in this morning in Boston but then the clouds are Reuven moving right back in this afternoon maybe some rain on the way tonight but around the sixties tomorrow in the cards for us good morning it's Monday March second I'm Jeff brown and here are the five things you need to know it's seven fifty Wall Street whipsawed U. S. futures had been sharply off now read numbers are in control Dow futures are down more than two hundred points nearly ninety thousand confirmed cases of corona virus around the globe the death toll now tops three thousand super Tuesday less than twenty four hours away and two candidates short now people to judge and Tom's tire both piling out this weekend long time Boston fire commissioner Joe Finn announces he will be walking away after thirty five years in the department his retirement just a couple of weeks away North Korea added again to getting the world's attention while we were sleeping this is a special report from ABC news another launch by North Korea possibly two missiles or rockets officially so for their call projectiles by south Korea's Yonhap news agency the firing toward the sea of Japan by North Korea I'm Chuck secrets in this has been a special report from ABC news United States and the Taliban have signed an historic agreement this past weekend it could lead to the end of a nearly nineteen year war that has claimed more than two thousand American lives president trump hails the agreement saying it's time to bring our people home but as correspondent bills M. for tells us the situation is far from over there is already a point of conflict just a day after the agreement was signed Afghan president Ashraf Ghani with objected one of its provisions that asked for the Afghan government to release up to five thousand Taliban prisoners in a prisoner swap for its part the Taliban agreed to not allow terrorist groups from operating on Afghan soil a Taliban deputy happens to be the leader of the Haqqani network.

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‘I Got My Life Back’: Woman Thanks Natick Police For Saving Her During Overdose, Leading To Sobriety

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:00 min | 1 year ago

‘I Got My Life Back’: Woman Thanks Natick Police For Saving Her During Overdose, Leading To Sobriety

"First responders save the lives of people overdose on opioids every day but it's not every day they get a heartfelt thanks from their patients WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us police in one metro west community received words of thanks from a former drug addict Natick police say this is what makes it all worthwhile they recently got a visit from a woman who brought them some baked goods and a hand written letter thanking them for saving her life after she nearly died from an overdose after she was revived with C. P. R. and R. cannon August the woman checked herself into detox and hasn't used sets the woman's letter talks about how saving her life has changed her life give her custody of her child back he gave her the ability to hold a steady job she's able to live with her family again she's earn their trust back now she can say that she loves herself police lieutenant Carter Rossi says the letter should serve as inspiration for others who are struggling with addiction the messages were here people care about you you matter don't give up there is light at the

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Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catch her defecating in parking lot: reports

Howie Carr

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catch her defecating in parking lot: reports

"Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catcher defecating in parking lots data yeah a Massachusetts woman accused of defecating in the parking lot of a local natives store for months was arrested Wednesday after she was caught in the act injury a grocer she was grocer fifty one was charged with eight counts of one the scratch destruction of property after Natick police officer said he saw her defecating outside the Natick outdoor store around

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Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catch her defecating in parking lot: reports

Dan O'Donnell

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Massachusetts serial pooper arrested after police catch her defecating in parking lot: reports

"Today is this becoming a saying mad Cooper's people who poop in public places and then leave that's exactly what I'm talking about the teacher in Milton Wisconsin now we've got a woman in Massachusetts who is accused of defecating in the parking lot of a story made up for months well she was arrested Wednesday after she was caught in the act her name is Andrea grocer she's fifty one years old and she's been charged with eight counts of wanton destruction of property after a native police officer said he saw her defecating outside the Natick outdoor store around seven AM police were first alerted to the serial pooper in December when Henry canner the store's owner reported human feces there on eight separate occasions in October that's right each charge was a separate dot Lee's began investigating initially believing it might be an animal but these crab gum shoes found toilet paper and other wives which animals would not have access to I that's how they determined it was a human pope okay grocer was pulled over after driving off and told police that she was on her way to a home on the street where she worked as a nanny but stopped because she has your double bowel syndrome according to the arrest report however I'm telling you that native police department they are on top of this they went to the employer and confirm that ms grocer does indeed have access to a bathroom so she could have been pooping at their house but instead chose to poop outside of the store Kantor told local news outlet I'm so happy they arrested her I have no idea who she is this has been ongoing she is defecated quite often over there there's nothing more disgusting coming into your parking importing seeking a pile of human excrement grocer was released without bail and is due back in court on March second I'm telling you I do a lot of research into stories of the strange obviously preparing for this segment there is not a month that goes by that there's not another public pooping storied interestingly enough did you see the latest from the Milton police department they released a video of the teacher who is taking poops in that part they honestly got released it I can tell you that there is nothing I would want to watch less than the surveillance video that they use to catch the mad pooper

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is heavy from Natick to route sixteen again Market Street to be you Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the trees and do you do or joins us with the four day WBZ accu weather forecast good morning tea good morning everyone is gonna be rain him today because this rain is start to move in steadily from the Cape in the south coast up towards the city it's been kind of a just a little bit did drizzly at times here already but the steady rain picking up and it is going to be a wet Rall windy chilly ugly day with temperatures no better than the low forties this afternoon the real feels twenty senior thirty steady rain tonight should taper off to some drizzle I think inland areas again could end the night and start the morning tomorrow I see but then everyone should get up above freezing again tomorrow as we dry out upper thirties inland low forties closer to the coast in downtown these are not miss prince I do have is getting up to near fifty for a couple of days and then even above fifty probably a fifty seven on Friday with a warm up on the way will keep you up to date on that and today's ugliness right here on WBZ bosses newsradio right our Wooster it's cloudy in thirty four forty and Gloucester and hear a Boston thirty five with clouds it's a fifty five gallon the ring central news line Venice coming off another day of catastrophic flooding for the third time this week Venice was hit by an exceptional time which peaked at nearly five feet and more than seventy percent of the lagoon city with on the water again saying mark's square had to be closed to the public again and the doors of its famous basilica remain shops as did many.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"More to museum in Natick is displaying artifacts in a special exhibit, marking the seventy fifth anniversary of d day the Bruins now ahead in the Stanley Cup playoffs two games to one game. Four is tomorrow in Saint Louis. A week long celebration of New Hampshire state. House starts with an opening ceremony reenactments of the first legislative session and special tours of the building, while a wooden building served as the seat of New Hampshire's colonial government in Portsmouth, starting back in seventeen fifty eight the granite state house. In concord, opening eighteen nineteen it's the oldest state capital in which both houses of the legislature meet in their original chambers. It's one nineteen eleven Little Rock. Arkansas has been breached flooding the local community. The community center is serving as a Red Cross shelter for those people whose homes are now underwater, Heather Fischer is half the centers is rather the centers event coordinator. That has crossed the highway seven south. It's kind of in the fields on both sides that it is not actually came up to the town, the city part of it. Yet. The flow of water into the community has slowed, and city officials are now saying that they think the city should be okay. At a democratic candidates forum in San Francisco yesterday. There was a security, scare for California. Senator Kemmel Harris. Not everyone works corporation and a.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stores in Boston Peabody, Natick, Braintree and Warwick, Rhode Island, a strike of an entirely different nature ignites a storm on social media this weekend, a tweet by actress Eliza. Alano sparking fierce debate cheese, urging women to take part in a sex strike to protest new abortion, restrictions being passed by some states until women have legal control over our own bodies Milano wrote we just cannot risk pregnancy. Actress and singer Bette midler weighed in tweeting stop having sex with men until these indignities are overturned other women call for mandatory vasectomies for men, but critics said women shouldn't be using sex or their bodies as a weapon. Montereau Veira ABC news and Ohio school district is citing the mental wellness of its students for doing away with as valedictorian honors. This comes after a year long study and focus groups with students and families. School officials say will help reduce destructive competitive culture pop music in the spotlight at Berklee college of music. Justin timberlake. Missy Elliott receiving honorary degrees for their prolific musical careers. Elliot is a first hip hop artist received the honor during his speech Timberlake, joked about his new status as a doctor saying, I don't do surgeries. But I could probably work out some prescriptions he's delivered on the grid iron. And now Julian Edelman delivers on a promise to his parents to walk at commencement the patriots wide receiver returned to Kent state university to receive his diploma. He.

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Communities in Sri Lanka are uniting, amidst fear and shock, says top UN official there

UN News

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Communities in Sri Lanka are uniting, amidst fear and shock, says top UN official there

"Communities in religious leaders have come together to call for peace and calm in treeline car following the deadly church in hotel suicide bombings on Easter Sunday. We'd nearly three hundred killed including forty five children the Indian Ocean island nation is in a state of mourning in leaving through a national trauma. That's according to the UN resident cordination, Sri Lanka and a singer wall. So warns that beyond the fear and shock. There was rising concern over a possible backlash. The UN is on the ground supporting communities and providing medical supplies as well as psychological aid for those who witnessed divide once and a singer spoke by phone to U N uses Mustafa al-gamal engagement update on the latest tuition in Sri Lanka while out. Course can't imagine. The boot is one of incredible shock and fear at the same time. We are talking about over three hundred ten. Dead in one day and over four hundred plus by one hundred and forty plus injures. So it's massive shocked for the psyche of a of a country that has just come out of thirty years of civil war just ten years ago. This is the time for warning really for those who have lost their life funeral are being held today and tomorrow that is the considerable fear as anger rises for a backlash. So and and and and the certain group certain group could be targeted as as a result of that was all I mean communities on the grounds. I think are still in the state of shocker now, the police and the armed forces have been deployed across the provinces. I have to say a religious I'm saying now have been very safe, but like and have been calling. For peace and call all the religious leaders, cutting across faith group have come together to call for peace and calm and the government together with the community are organizing the funeral, and I understand that also of the Muslim communities have been supporting the churches in also setting up the few roads, so lots of computer pools, but at the same time that it's like looks of fear as when awaiting the backlash Mishan as a resident good Nader. What have you done since that tax happened an intimacy free time community on and so I mean in my capacity as Representative of the secretary general I have with the practice the practice article Vander religiously to convey our condolences, and I particularly spoke to the in and I'm hoping to be attentive some of the funerals of some of the families if. Situation allows us, but I'm very closely all together with my t Bonner three the security at the political situation closely because ensuring the safety of the UN soft and chewy that the UN country team are also working together. So I agree on security measures for the UN. Also, very critical to keep the softer you and the shape of your either forms of the political development and also to provide our analysis off the grounds of the situation. But also to ask for the globe the analysis from their sites site is when we are older the week forward planning to put in place communications strategy. That speaking of the with the UN speaking as wants to build a narrative of these. I think this would be one of our hosts before the next step with this regard. We are also a lot of social media to track hates the speeches. And they're Li I think with the Facebook share information to counsel, the spread of hate speech. Some so at some ages is of course, important Natick with agencies as well. So some agencies on the ground like, for example, Uni south is. Because the debts of children is horrific. It's over forty five children have been killed this attack at a forty five children. Yes. And we are afraid that this could dry even so stuff is providing medical supplies as requested by the hospital for treating inter children and families and both unique set up your to all out also working off providing sacrifice. Sial I eight program for the families who have be impacted or with the violence. But of course, now, this is the times that we also we will be needing long-term psychosocial support and counselling services to the communities. So this is like I would I eight and the action that we have done, you know, it's just the day since the terrible horrific events and misanthropic. Are you talked about written to social media to combat hate speech on on their platform? Do you have any concern about the government clampdown on social media into your Lunka? Well, you know, they for we have to just a experience it county in arch twenty eighteen where the government has really had worked. Well, try to not the clap those controlling the social media to control the take the at. If I think violence, unfortunately, this has been you know, sort of you have been used to spread take us and for inside violence. So these are sued measure sake adopted by the government to put an immediate talks and control of the current the current

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Treatments, and the people know them Natick. Boston. And third avenue. Burlington. Seventy three degrees in Boston, overcast and windy out there. I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ news our top stories. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. State trooper shot a suspect this morning in Brockton on Colonel bell drive at happened just before nine o'clock. Two people found stabbed this morning. Just before two thirty in the downtown crossing at the corner of Cianci and summer streets. Red line service back to normal after a person struck and trapped beneath a rapid transit train at south station today. Evan just afternoon today. Marks the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine massacre in Littleton, Colorado, twelve students and one teacher or killed that day. The era who invested in a sex cult now facing jail time and a multi million dollar fine. CBS's Anthony Mason has the story Clare Bronfman and heiress to the Seagram's liquor empire has pleaded guilty to federal charges for her role in a sex cult near Albany, New York. Prosecutors say Bronfman finance Nexium.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Else for less money. Not to mention the fact that if you do buy a rug and be buying into a tradition of family service that extends far beyond the sale. And that's something you just can't put a price on Dover rugs carpeting window treatments, and the people know them Natick. Boston. And third avenue. Burlington. It's four twenty three. And I'm actually on time for you, rob. But will people be on time driving right now? It's the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. You brought to us rob hackler by Jay and Phillips auto glass. What's the story? All right. We are not connecting with rob. And we apologize because rob is usually always there, and I really can't vamp on the traffic for you. But I do have the oh, rob Hackel. There you go. Yeah. Lori and we're just going to get a look here at the situation downtown were just getting now in a crash in the southbound odeal tunnel by purchase street in the lower deck is backed out to assembly square, the Leverett connector busy both ways from still dealing with delays on the Tobin store drive east back to mass avenue. The Ted Williams tunnel is also busy inside. Now. Let's get the latest on the upper stretch of ninety three. With the moth Ray insurance road report. Slow leaving the upper deck ninety three northbound continues that op through Somerville and Medford to around route sixteen Savar delays at montvale avenue after that it's not bad heading up into sale of New Hampshire. Kristen at Frei. Insurance rotor for upper end of one thousand eight heavy in Lexington. Again. Burlington up past Northampton Wakefield southbound is slow Lexington down past repel road. Route one north is slow route sixty to the lynnfield tunnel. Southbound expressway's jammed down to seven hill granite after the split. Northbound is slow from the split in the pots and again approaching the O'neil tunnel. Route three if he down to Washington street in Braintree again through Pembroke conduct spree in down by five in Plymouth. Born bridge down to one lane both ways busy there. And we're actually seeing some delays getting on Cape of the sangam or four ninety five south is tough one forty and Franklin down to a crash clearing off the road before route one a in Wrentham Hackel. WBZ's traffic on.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Route nine in Natick every winter brings different problems. But each year the WBZ stormcenter answers with the most reliable weather forecasts with traffic and weather together on the threes. WBZ helps get you where you need to go safely for nearly a century WBZ's helping prepare for severe weather, and we're still here every day. And every storm the WBZ stormcenter is brought to you by mapra insurance. Jay Phillips, auto glass and the all wheel drive Toyota Sienna. Winter weather advisory in effect tonight. Periods of rain along the coast should be just plain rain. But that rain's gonna freeze on many surfaces north west of the city with the temperature hovering just below the freezing Mark slippery travel conditions through that I into the morning commute again, especially north of west of the city. Everybody's over a plane rain tomorrow morning tapering off about midday mostly cloudy for the afternoon, high thirty eight to forty three pockets of rain and drizzle tomorrow night, along with areas of fog, low thirty nine Wendy and mild Friday with rain high fifty five and then blustery and colder Saturday, I thirty four frying cold Sunday. I'm AccuWeather is John Feerick. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Currently it's thirty two degrees in Lawrence. Thirty degrees in Worcester. And thirty four degrees in Boston. The time is eight oh six it was a down day on Wall Street today. The Dow is down twenty one points to twenty five thousand three hundred ninety NASDAQ down twenty seven to seven thousand. Three hundred seventy five and the s&p slid six points to two thousand seven hundred thirty one in sports the seltzer off tonight and the Bruins are in New York where the game is just starting against the Rangers. Now, it's time to join Dan Rae on.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"natick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Natick. Still pretty pretty mild out there right now, we're seeing temps in the forties and a lot of places although thirty six now and chick. We had a little bit of snow that stopped out in north Adams. And we also have Dave Bowers Dave with the four day WBZ AccuWeather. It's brought to us by the cardiovascular institute at Beth Israel Deaconess medical center. Remaining cloudy tonight, breezy, chilly, even some snow flurries. Well inland. Low at twenty eight to thirty two and end up for tomorrow, clouds, intervals of sunshine and a cold wind with a high about thirty nine real peo-. Reading staying in the twenties be brisk and even colder tomorrow night clear with low of twenty and then on Friday and Saturday cold with plenty of sunshine, high temperature both days thirty I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Bowers WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio forty-two in Boston. Let's talk about that coal concerns about heating homes and how to help needy households in Massachusetts with their costs Mike Macklin with this story. The bass association for community action says rising oil prices and prolonged cold weather have combined to put a financial squeeze on forty eight thousand households Dave exhausted their heating assistance benefit will we'll have by the end of the month. Mass caps Brughita Damon. They're using space heaters. They're using their ovens, and we have gone to homes and find families and. Elders in particular who have gone two or three years without in their homes. The federal heat assistance program for Massachusetts was caught by eleven million dollars this year leaving many households unable to afford the three to four tanks of heating oil. It takes to make it through the winter.

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Man training kids for school shooting arrested

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Man training kids for school shooting arrested

"Disturbing details contained in, court documents about a man arrested. At a compound in, New Mexico here's ABC's Alec stone will be held within the next five day very. Brief court appearance John said, pending a bail hearing Sarah wa will remain in jail in court, documents prosecutors claim was at the compound in New Mexico training. Children to carry out, school, shootings they say a, foster parent of one of the children claim that will Hosh train the child and the use of an assault rifle preparing for future school

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Commentary: Don't destroy the Supreme Court to save it from Trump

WBZ Morning News

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Commentary: Don't destroy the Supreme Court to save it from Trump

"President trump is preparing tonight's prime time speech the unveiling of his second nominee to the supreme court the president spent the weekend that is golf resort in new jersey going over his shortlist of candidates we get more from abc's stephanie ramos president trump is taking a page out of his reality show days announcing during primetime his pick for the vacant supreme court seat we're very close to make a decision it's still let's say it's the four people but they're excellent everyone you can't go wrong most democrats would disagree going with an ultra conservative judge to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy could tip the balance of the court for decades democrats will be watching closely tonight including senator elizabeth warren who president trump again attacked on twitter this weekend at a town hall in natick yesterday wbz's karyn regal asked senator warren why she thinks the president enjoys attacking her on twitter donald trump is a bully and he tries to bully me in order to shut me up and he's also trying to believe women all across this country when he talks about me to it just meet donald trump's going after it's every woman speaks up and he thinks we should sit down and shut up just not gonna happen he seems to like why are you i seem to be on his head but you'd have to ask him the reason for that because i i genuinely don't know every day in the fight for working families and donald trump is not gonna not meals fan he's just not senator elizabeth warren with our karyn regal in natick yesterday the president's remarks will be at prime time at nine.

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