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Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

Fantasy Focus Football

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

"Stefania. Live update as the show started on tyrod taylor. Yes from our sara barshop who covers the texans and doesn't excellent job. We knew that he was forced out of the game with a left. Hamstring injury Apparently he has is undergoing an mri. He is considered data today with that hamstring So that leaves open the possibility of thursday night although that would be a very quick turnaround david kelly. Saying deshaun watson will not be active for thursday night so we know that for sure as davis meals on thursday night people. The newsradio davis mills will be starting for the panthers further Texans against the panthers on thursday. But i'm glad you said that's define a- matthew davis mistletoe. He looked. He looked like a rookie quarterback yesterday had a couple of throws that i was impressed by and the rap on davis mills for those who didn't follow the draft super closely. This guy at eleven starts during his career at stanford entered stanford though as one of the highest recruited players in the countries of five star the all everything quarterback injuries other veterans cage. Acosta was there for a while at stanford fairly talented guy. But this is a downgrade from tyrod.

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Here's What's in Texas Republicans' New Voting Law

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Here's What's in Texas Republicans' New Voting Law

Cincinnati Man Accused of Stealing Mike Moustakas' World Series Ring

Bill Cunningham

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Cincinnati Man Accused of Stealing Mike Moustakas' World Series Ring

"The Moose's World Series ring? What about that? How about that? That happened here in town? Yeah. Jeez. What's up with that? I don't know. That's the first I heard of. It was the other day. I thought it was out of town. But this dude was here. It's got a text here that probably helped to see how how naked Mike Moustakas and steal his rings. I don't know how that's done. I don't either. What do you do?

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This Week in Sports History

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:07 min | 3 months ago

This Week in Sports History

"Take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 19 Oh one, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues now known as minor League Baseball, was formed at the Leland Hotel in Chicago. Jumping ahead this week in 1960 cashes clay later known as Muhammad Ali wins the Olympic light heavyweight gold medal in Rome this week in 1984 in his first NFL start, Atlanta's Gerald Riggs rushes for 202 yards. He scores two touchdowns as the Falcons beat the Saints 36 to 28 this week in 1994, San Francisco 40. Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice catches two touchdown passes and runs for another score in the Niners 44 to 14 route of the race. Years. He surpasses Jim Brown as the NFL's career touchdown leader with 127 label Today in 2000 and five Florida's Jeremy Hermida becomes the first player and more than a century and the second to hit a grand slam in his first major league get that connecting in the seventh inning of ST Louis Cardinals Al Reyes and this week in 2013 Peyton Manning

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Biden Calls Evacuation From Afghanistan an Extraordinary Success

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Biden Calls Evacuation From Afghanistan an Extraordinary Success

"Exit from Afghanistan was an extraordinary success. ABC is Andrew Jim. Burt says some Americans have been left behind with fewer than 200 Americans remaining in the country. Michael, a. Green card holder, who works as a teacher in Delaware, says he tried to leave on the same day the Taliban took over Kabul but could not reach the airport. They locked down the airport area. They were not letting anyone in because they heard that the Taliban just came into Kabul. Days later, Michael finally made it to the airport gate. I went once, and it was crazy, hectic. It was very dangerous, so I felt very afraid. So. The White House says it will continue to make diplomatic efforts now to get those Americans who are in the country and want out. To get them back home. Meantime, CBS news military consultant and retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland says the reality is the U. S. Lost this war tragically. We were unable to establish your encourage the creation of a government in Kabul that enjoyed the support of the majority of the Afghan population and the trust of the Afghan military. Without this. Our efforts were doing a war cost the United States $300 million every single day over the past 20 years. Chopper

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Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap

"That young passersby did double takes on L. A Sunset Strip as crews mixed up a new billboard showing Justin Bieber from the chest up modeling a leather jacket for Balenciaga. From the waist down. A model wearing Kim Kardashian skims underwear. The torsos matched up seamlessly. Crews have replaced Bieber's bottom to its proper spot, but not before the mistake went viral. So far. No comment from Beaver or Kardashian, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Big Wake UP Call for

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California Family Believed Stranded in Afghanistan

KOGO's Evening News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

California Family Believed Stranded in Afghanistan

"Made things official today keeping my word of all of my heart. I believe this is the right decision. A wise decision and the best decision for America. Officially the last U. S troops left yesterday, the Cajon Valley Union School District and now say that one of the families from East County trapped in Afghanistan is still waiting to be rescued. They think Congressman Darrell Ice on the others will help get the other families out safely. Says one family with three of these students in the Cajon Valley Union School district didn't make it out of the country. As the evacuations ended,

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What Is a Breakthrough COVID-19 Infection?

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:54 min | 3 months ago

What Is a Breakthrough COVID-19 Infection?

"Dr Deborah and Mulligan, professor at Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is board certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine as welcome our dear doctor. Good morning, Jimmy. Let's talk about little bit about breakthrough infections. I think I saw that about 83 85% of the people hospitalized in the state of Florida. Were not vaccinated, but there are some And that's the breakthrough infection. Right? That's what we call it. Tell us about this. Yeah, sure. So, you know, we had a really good vaccine driven strategy for the vaccinated. It was supposed to be a worry free, hot back summer of socializing and fun. That was before Delta. You know, this tough, formidable folks spoil their plans and rising covid breakthrough infections. Among fully vaccinated is a reminder that these vaccines are not a silver bullet. Nor is the mask a full proof invisibility cloak. So let's define what is the definition of vaccine breakthrough infection for our listeners. It's the detection of SARS Kobe to RNA or antigens. Collected from a person more than 14 days after they completed recommended doses of covid 19. So I have had patients who were diagnosed with Covid Illness, but they hadn't been fully vaccinated. So, for example, maybe you got the first shot. It was a week later, they hadn't got their second shot. So Jimmy, these vaccines are intended to prevent severe illness. That was the end point, and they're doing that. They were not intended to prevent spread 100%, although they were pretty marvelous until you know Delta came along. These vaccines are working as expected there, bolstering memory B cells, protective D cells and antibodies to protect us from severe disease. They're doing that.

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Last U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan After Nearly 20 Years

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Last U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan After Nearly 20 Years

"In Afghanistan, the Taliban takes over the airport as the last American forces leave After nearly 20 years. The U. S no longer has a military presence in Afghanistan. The last C 17 plane carrying US troops took off from Kabul's airport and cleared Afghanistan airspace shortly after General Kenneth Mackenzie with U. S Central Command. End of the nearly 20 year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September. 11th 2000 and one the U. S. Leaves the country after 2461 U. S. Service members and civilian lives were lost and billions of dollars were spent. The Pentagon says 123,000. People were evacuated in 18 days, but not all American citizens were able to get out. I believe that we're going to work. We're going to be able to get those people out. I think we're also going to negotiate very hard very aggressively. It's estimated that fewer than 250 American citizens who wanted to get out of Afghanistan remain in the country. I'm Mark

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Boston Mayoral Candidate Urges Current Mayor to Impose Eviction Band

WBZ Morning News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Mayoral Candidate Urges Current Mayor to Impose Eviction Band

Caldor Fire Forces Thousands to Evacuate in California

WBZ Overnight News

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Caldor Fire Forces Thousands to Evacuate in California

"People are evacuating South Lake Tahoe in California and people in Nevada are being warned to get ready to leave as the cow door fire spreads. The wildfire has burned more than 177,000 acres in two

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Blinken Says Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'

Dan Carroll

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Blinken Says Taliban Must Earn 'International Legitimacy and Support'

"Breaking now the United States, wrapping up its military presence in Afghanistan Monday and moving a base of operations to nearby Doha, Qatar. Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the State Department said the U. S government will continue a modified evacuation plan with the coalition of Allied Nations who are watching the Taliban to do what it has pledged to do. Secretary, Blinken said. The Taliban has said it wants to be respected. But the world is watching Taliban seeks international legitimacy and support. Our message is any legitimacy and any support will have to be earned. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, issuing a statement at the end of the American war in Afghanistan, thanking the amazing troops for their work and telling our new Afghan friends that we will provide the displaced with temporary living spaces, medical care and sustenance at military facilities at home and abroad, continuing to screen them. And process, some of them to lead new lives in America. He also said, We'll work to defend our citizens from terrorist threats emanating from anywhere

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Louisiana Hospitals Stretched as Ida Knocks out Power

Dan Carroll

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Louisiana Hospitals Stretched as Ida Knocks out Power

"As well as much of the Gulf Coast knew enough to reinforce their safety measures after Katrina, with generators keeping the power going, however, Hurricane Ida making landfall Sunday as a Category four storm really tested them. ABC is Victor a kendo reports. Officials say the pumps that keep the flood water out of New Orleans are running on generators. And the levees and flood walls built after Katrina held the worst case scenario. It did not happen, however. The impact is absolutely significant. We've checked in with many hospitals in the region. Many have lost power. They're running off of those generators. Some sustained external damage and for those in the really hard hit areas they did have to transport some of their patients. Meanwhile in Mississippi, the governor there said Monday that state and local emergency responders conducted 20 rescues from flooded areas in the states. Three coastal communities He said he decided to let federal search and rescue teams leave Mississippi to go back to Louisiana to help out with bigger problems There. The

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5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System

The KFBK Morning News

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System

"Some form of evacuation this morning. The defense system designed to protect Kabul airport took down as many as five rockets on Monday. Here's NBC's Tracy Park this morning reports of a rocket strike and gunfire. Near Kabul's international airport after an explosion Sunday. Signs of dangerous the U. S continues evacuations ahead of tomorrow's deadline. U. S official said. The automated system detects incoming rockets and uses a machine gun to destroy them before they can

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Fauci Says Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines for Students a 'Good Idea'

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci Says Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines for Students a 'Good Idea'

"Fauci Sunday called for mandatory covid vaccinations for school kids and mandatory mask use, Dr Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says, because Children under 12 aren't yet vaccine approved. Their risk of infection has risen drastically on ABC s this week, he says. That's where family and neighbors who get the shots can help. We can protect them by surrounding them with a community. People who are vaccinated. That's how you protect Children, he says. Mask wearing in schools can also help because even adults who are vaccinated can still spread the virus to Children. That's

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Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.

"Remains of the 13 service members killed in last Thursday's suicide bombing outside the Kabul airport have landed at Delaware's Dover Air Force Base president and Mrs Biden on hand. ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz one by one, They come off the plane in battle dress uniforms and white gloves. Teams from the Army, Navy and Marines carrying their fallen brothers and sisters in arms, These young, courageous Americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey. Gate of Kabul's airport to protect American citizens and Afghans trying to evacuate.

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Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'

"Scientists just might be one step closer to beating cancer. After finding what one researcher calls cancers Achilles heel, the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, discovering a protein that fuels tumors. When oxygen levels are low. This allows the cancerous growth to adapt and survive and in some cases become more aggressive. This study, published in the journal Science advances will help researchers to develop drugs that can destroy those

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Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California

"Lion That attacked a five year old boy and dragged the child across his front lawn in Southern California has been shot and killed. The £65 Mountain lion attack the boy while he was playing near his house on Thursday in Calabasas. Dragged him about 50 yards before the mother rescued the child. Captain Patrick Foye, spokesman with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the boy is in stable condition at Los Angeles' Hospital, a wildlife officers sent to the home shot and killed the mountain line as he was crouching in bushes. DNA tests confirming it was the animal who attacked the child 19 year old Jameel

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 6 months ago

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"NewsRadio and I hard radio station. 83 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies in Boston at 2 30 on this Sunday afternoon, Happy Father's Day and thanks so much for joining us. I'm Sherry Small. Here's what's happening. It has been a long and trying road back to something that resembles normal. Now, for the first time since 2019 people are able to enjoy Father's Day weekend with fewer coronavirus restrictions, But President Biden is warning that the pandemic is not over. He's urging more people to get out and get vaccinated. CBS Is Michael George has more from New York vaccination rates declined. The fast spreading and more contagious Delta variant first detected in India is now found in 49 states. A recent study found. One dose of the Pfizer vaccine is only about 33% effective against the Delta variant, while both doses offer about 88% protection. And CDC director was Shell Rochelle Walensky. That is, says the Delta Variant is on track to become the dominant strain of the virus here in the U. S within the coming weeks as the weather heats up, more and more people are taking a dip in the pool or hitting the beach. But Some area beaches are issuing warnings to visitors before they head into the water. The heat has people flocking to M Street Beach in South Boston. Did you take a dip in the water at all? Yeah, kind of cold. But, hey, why not? It's some relief from the summer sun is beachgoers can be seen going about.

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02:33 min | 10 months ago

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"NewsRadio 6 10 Wi OD. Dutiful start to the day for Miami Dade and Broward, Palm Beach had early morning rain that has subsided. We've got 72 degrees over by Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood International and 71 by Miami international airports. It's now coming up on 8 31 Nice. The big kickoff of the four day conservative Political Action Conference or the CPAC taking place in Orlando. Republicans from all across the country will be their Florida Party chair, State Senator Joe Kruger says. Fact that former President Donald Trump will be speaking his first public appearance since leaving the White House is definitely reason to energize the base driving. People are excited. Of course, he would like to say he retreated back. His home state of Florida. The state that delivered resoundingly form We know we've increased our margin here threefold. Huddersfield's events like this. CPAC will bring the divided party back together in order to win back the Senate, the house or both next year. Coming back up on a 32 and a third quarter virus vaccine is in the works. Governor De Santa says officials have to figure out how this single shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be used. So I think the J and J is going to be really good. We're gonna work to see exactly how we use it. But we're going to use it and we're gonna make that available for folks, perhaps in pharmacies. Perhaps with doctor's offices were going through those right now. The FDA is expected to get final approval on the next day or so. Senator Rick Scott, meanwhile, pushing what he calls a common sense measure to prevent the spread of covert 19 helping reintroduce the fly safe and healthy act. Would establish a pilot program requiring airline passengers get their temperatures checked at T s a checkpoints, Scott says. We need to trust that we can travel safely in order to get the economy back on track and fully reopened. Meanwhile, it's bone voyage to cruises, at least with Disney for the foreseeable future. The cruise lines is spending all departures through May All international Disney sailings canceled through mid August. If you've already paid for your reservation can either get a full refund or a cruise credit for the future. Wal Mart in Lauderdale Lakes has started administrating their Fizer covert vaccine this morning for eligible residents. 65 older It is a drive thru side and just remember that you do need an appointment. At 8 33. The full House of Representatives is expecting to vote tomorrow on the President. American Rescue Plan Relief bill. And then the legislation would go to the Senate, where minority leader Mitch McConnell is not very happy about.

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04:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM six thirty five good morning it is the final day of the month of April Thursday April thirtieth early morning showers gusty winds for the high fifty four degrees and continued unsettled weather tomorrow according to storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie showers in the morning then windy and a high of sixty one degrees we can looks pretty good though right now still forty six degrees mayor Joe Solomon in Warwick announcing yesterday that the city will lay off up to fifty workers to make up for a budget shortfall caused by the corona virus pandemic he said in the statement that the layoffs were necessary after the union that represents municipal workers refused a request to forego a schedule pay raise statement reads during this unprecedented time of economic instability when most municipalities are facing drastic losses in revenue I believe that was fair and equitable a request to to ask our union to forgo or two point seven five percent raise in exchange for job security and continued health care for themselves and their families so that that we could keep our budget balanced while saving our taxpayers from additional hardship Solomon went on to say however the union rejected our proposal when presented with the options on the table the union opted as a body to choose races for salmon pink slips for others he said mayor continued saying that this is within the unions purview to choose it is not a decision that I would have made as I do not want to add to any of the employees to run islands already skyrocketing unemployment list however I conveyed the available options to the union and told them I would abide by their decision now these workers facing layoffs are members of local sixteen fifty one of council ninety four of the American federation of state county and municipal employees the local union which represents two hundred and sixty nine clerical workers public works staff in parks and recreation employees among others was notified of the mayor's decision on Wednesday morning now the president of council money for this Michael Downey he described the mayor's actions as shameful and he didn't participate in the talks in work and question whether or not the local union truly understood that if its members didn't forego the race some would lose their jobs also saying that he had not heard of unions representing other city workers being forced to make the same choice so looks like a showdown between the union and the mayor of the city of work nearly seventy donors have contributed so far to Rhode Island foundation's challenge grant to close remote learning gap so people are still reach into their pockets and doing the right thing to help out others during these very trying times years Alexander Leslie from my witness news what island moved to distance learning on March twenty third but not every student has been able to keep up the kids and parents in households who don't have wifi or don't have a computer April thirteenth what island foundation announced it will commit one hundred thousand dollar challenge grant to close the gap for distance learning the challenger for others to step up in hopes of at least doubling that contribution will be holding wonderful Rhode Island session both the corporate community the university community and then people at large the foundation reports nearly seventy donors contributed anywhere from twenty five dollars to six figures the largest donations came from CVS health and brown universities fund for the education of the children of Providence their donations will specifically help some of the most vulnerable families in Providence and Woonsocket Rhode Island apartment of education says it's also identified pockets of need in other school communities one laptop for a family that may have three or four kids right estimates that more than four hundred thousand dollars raised will help by four hundred wifi hotspots at about twelve hundred computers it doesn't end the need if people still want to support this will still provide resources if people want to share Alexander Leslie from Eyewitness News Hasbro on Wednesday reported a first quarter loss of sixty nine point six million dollars after reporting a profit in the same period a year back the protected based company said it had a loss of fifty one cents per share earnings adjusted for costs related to mergers and acquisitions and also the cost worth fifty seven cents per share the results did not meet Wall Street expectations the average estimate of seven analysts they surveyed the analysts surveyed by Zacks investment research was for earnings of fifty eight cents per share the toy maker posted revenue of about one point one one billion in the period which also did meet the Wall Street forecasts so Hasbro reports a first quarter loss it's now six forty let's go to the roadways and check in with John.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Newsradio Piper getting out of high on a charter flight evacuating as many as two hundred forty Americans including diplomats and their families left the Chinese city and route to Alaska and is set to land there shortly there they'll be re screen for the corona virus before heading on the southern California more than one hundred thirty people have died in China from the virus while thousands worldwide have been infected the United Arab Emirates just announced its first case our chief medical correspondent Dr John approved says the symptoms resemble the common flu you have fever cough and shortness of breath when it really gets into the lungs now it can kill people because it affects their immune system so much the immune system revs up and it's really that over active immune system that ends up damaging the lungs the people in general who are older people who have weakened immune system tend to be more susceptible as for that charter flight Americans in Wuhan estimate there are more than a thousand US citizens in the city meeting most will be left behind the Pentagon is again raise the number of U. S. troops who suffer dramatic brain injuries an Iraqi missile strikes now at fifty president trump initially claimed no Americans were harmed in that attack CBS these medical contributor Dr David agus says the symptoms often take awhile to kick in that explosion reverberates in the skull sometimes it takes days to weeks in the matter and it can affect the individual for the rest of a lifetime most of the injured have returned to duty a new phase of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump begins Wednesday the question and answer session correspondent bill Rakoff with a recap of Tuesday's trial day president trump's legal team made a forceful statement as they wrapped their defense presentation in the Senate impeachment trial what they're asking you to do is to throw out a successful president with no basis in violation of the constitution lead trumpet tourney Patsy baloney told senators there's nothing the president did that rises to the level of impeachment we urge the Senate to reject these articles of impeachment for all of the reasons we have given you bill right cops CBS news Capitol Hill an emotional Shaquille o'neal appeared on inside the NBA tonight and talked about losing his good friend and former teammate Kobe Bryant in Sunday's helicopter crash the mangled fusel lodge and other evidence was airlifted from the crash site for further investigation the NTSB is Jennifer home and the question is how common it is for a pilot to request to fly under special visual flight rules it's very common this is not out of the ordinary it all nine people died this is CBS news whether together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three easy traffic time is one oh three will start you off downtown on the pike westbound side wide open eastbound side under the speed limit with a troubling closure in the potential tunnel then exit twenty two to Copley square it's close detour exit twenty four a at south station on the airport tells expect delays on the Ted Williams tunnel eastbound side with the right lane is closed summary Callahan are looking good west of the city mass pike west has a minor delay with the doubling closure before one twenty eight and Weston route nine easy reducing speed for works on a new one after one twenty eight south of the city or okay on both sides of the expressway twenty four south is a right wing taken after route one oh six in west Bridgewater but no delays twenty four north bound ramp to ninety three south is closed nor the town you're in good shape on four ninety five ninety three and one twenty eight this report sponsored by unbound dot org right now they're young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their.

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News Radio 920 AM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

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"Newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM seven forty five good morning it's Thursday it's January the twenty third while former vice president Joe Biden's son hunter Biden has been caught up in the international politics is part of the Ukraine scandal with president trump having pushed a crane allegedly to investigate this time on the board of a Ukrainian companies also involved in a more personal conflict over child support and he's been ordered to appear in court in Arkansas next week after he failed to turn over financial documents in the case of hunter Biden has been ordered to appear in court in a child support battle well the house Democrats laid out there case against president trump's decision to withhold aid from the Ukraine it was date one first day of their three days of opening arguments joining us now from our nation's capital and fox news is Rachel said Lynn with what went down yesterday morning Rachel good morning with the Democrats laid out there case for hours it alleging the president to use the power of his office for political game they're definitely prepared they had all kinds of slides and in videos then I got the feeling that part of the way they have been the pressure the Senate but also they didn't throw that together in two days that presentation the come back today they have another what the at least twelve hours to go and so you look at the the ill another at round today and then possibly in a Friday and it would be the Republicans turned to other people are saying it's boring they've heard this before any attention you've heard the Democrats argued before that is using up all their time to be able to lay out the case yep squeeze in every every taking second I guess okay Rachel thanks so much it's now seven forty seven Mr trump was impeached for pushing Ukraine to investigate Democrats while delaying that military aid to Ukraine in case you've been in a cave somewhere and as California Democrat Adam Schiff called it it was called a corrupt scheme designed to help trump win reelection Schiff said the trumps sham investigation was aimed at getting dirt on former VP Joe Biden and Biden's son hunter because the Republicans will have their three days to so we kind of know with a strip tick is going all rights all laid out but what seven and a half hours yesterday wow and the president while he was in the Swiss Alps at that world economic for a man he was tweeting up a storm set a new presidential record for it in fact a hundred and forty one tweets and re tweets yesterday well above his December twelfth tally of a hundred and twenty three and at one point forty one posts in one hour between six and seven A. M. that was the time in the Swiss Alps that works out to one tweet every eighty eight seconds from the Swiss Alps the Florida president trump is hidden south today meeting with top Republican Party officials here's Evan brown from fox the Republican national committee's winter meeting takes place this weekend at the trump national golf club in to Ralph Florida outside Miami president trump is headed around today and he's expected to greet the party leaders who are no doubt in planning mode for major campaigning this year in addition to planning for more of their upcoming convention this summer in Charlotte to rallies where the president offered to host an upcoming G. seven meeting but later cancelled those plans after facing criticism of a conflict of interest in Miami open brown fox news manager ponies ducks pigs in any other animals including peacocks of than dogs could soon be barred from planes as emotional support animals US department of transportation proposing yesterday that only specially trained dogs qualify as service animals that must be allowed in planes cabins airlines say the number of emotional support animals has grown dramatically in recent years in this kind of out of control and they asked the transportation department to crack down on all this and they believe it's mostly a scam with passengers calling their pets emotional support animals to avoid paying fees to have their animals fly with the the president of the association of flight attendants Sara Nelson had a really good line she praised the news saying the days of Noah ark in the air are hopefully coming to an end it's seven fifty let's hit the roadways against the traffic center check in with John hamlet and he's brought to us by compassion international there there are share of accidents this morning couple more ninety five north out of two ninety five and were work still busy.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Newsradio good morning I'm done here's what's happening in Washington the Senate opens just the third impeachment trial of a president in the nation's history it was a day full of extraordinary scenes in the Senate chamber with the permission of the Senate I will now read the articles of impeachment starting with congressman Adam Schiff and six other house prosecutors presenting the Senate with the articles accusing the president of high crimes and misdemeanors will all senators now standard main standing and raise their right hand and Chief Justice John Roberts swearing in lawmakers will serve as jurors reciting it with calling on them to do impartial justice not long after the president predicted a speedy trial it's a hoax everybody knows that it's a leave a hoax planing to reporters in the oval office it's taking attention away from things like the U. S. M. C. a trade deal which the Senate passed opening statements will start Tuesday soccer mad Connie at the White House governor Charlie Baker unveils legislation aimed at overhauling the way state police hire promote and discipline troopers this combined legislative package in bundle of policy changes looks to consolidate discipline stop at the X. problems before they start and increase oversight state police colonel Christopher Mason I've directed that supervisors holding the rank of captain provide oversight for all program overtime assignments such as those work and former troop E. body cams aggressor camps are being pricing GPS units are being expanded and that legislative package it includes allowing someone from outside the ranks to take the helm this bill will remove the statutory requirement that the next colonel must be appointed from within the state police this brings that apartment.

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on AMS on the Air

"To know you as professional. What is your opinion? How's the weather going to play out? Housing affect a lot of graphics. Fix I see out in. The poster session are just more and more sophisticated about showing the range of options the assimilating all this stuff into uncertainties and things but in the end of the day that that to me looks more complicated not more communicative in some ways. That's the difference. I mean that that's why we are going to present this in the broadcast section because we want to get it to the people that communicated out the people that we saw on the poster session. Were just remarkable. I mean into to to see the level of intelligence and to see them so come like that I was was was right right right right. We're we're stuck in our old old habits here but I found that absolutely astounding to see what they were coming up with but again todd and I are going to try Friday deal with the people that have to take that information that they're discovering on their own and then be able to present this to people who are then in the media to present it to the people who do not fully understand what we're trying to say unfortunately the seven day thing is is one of the things that most people want to see. Some stations have tried to do ten and they try to put a fifteen. But all you're getting on there is a flat icon now. You don't even have colorful icons anymore. For every station has gone to flat. Stanley icon day. Yeah and and and you get a Sun. Cloud raindrop a lightning bolt in a snowflake. You know on the same thing. How do you communicate that to people out there? But yeah that's that's what they're looking for so I think that's what we're going to try to try to work on here. How do you communicate the uncertainty understand? Because that's an important piece of justice important piece of information as what you're forecasting the weather to do. There are some sometimes when you very confident. Five or seven days out. There's sometimes where the guidances diverging or is changing in time but some some people will walk in and say look. What it says is going to happen on Saturday? We're GONNA have a snowstorm. Even though modern tomato run is not being consistent as charging you you do communicate and there's a lot of uncertainty stay tuned because we will not know what's going to happen to a lot closer to the event. How do you feel it is on radio versus on TV talking about a lot of graphics? Heavy communication these days but You guys have the almost the advantage of forcing people to focus on one sense at a guy that hurt listening not just hearing listening and that's again is what the What we're going to be talking about on there is Todd Todd has been telling me this all through the morning hours. Concentrate on how to tell the people you know. Tell the story and and I think that that has helped me tremendously in the TV sector too because When we are on TV? If like Todd said this is coming this is coming. This is coming. And you've got your finger pointing to the Green. That's all they're seeing. They're not listening to what I've they hear me then I'll listening and oh I think radio gives you that ability. You're not supposed to give away any part of this. So our salute a free a good story as a beginning middle and in the beginning is an overview and what's important to restore the middle is what you need to know in death and the end is the conclusion what you need to remember now. Let's look what a television broadcast is. The beginning is the current conditions. The middle is a model discussion and the end is is the extended forecast. Those two do not correlate men. TV presentation of conditions model discussion extended forecast asked is not telling the story in the traditional way of overview what you need to know endeavor and here are the conclusions milk. It's like three different stories in what so so in radio. Our problem is how do we tell the story while including information all right so beginning middle and at the end of the podcast episode. So let's you're thirty extended forecast for the MSN. How many people Six Thousand Eight. Aw I think someone said when I walked in here that they were there were about fifty five hundred to six thousand registered but that they thought that there could be as much as ten thousand people in total including I. I'll I'll I'll six thousand nine just like playing jeopardy that's final jeopardy for Alan and Todd Glickman. I don't know who won. But whatever it is I feel like I want. Thanks guys for showing up. Thank you thank.

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"newsradio" Discussed on AMS on the Air

AMS on the Air

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on AMS on the Air

"Twenty twenty annual meeting the one hundredth annual meeting the EMS in Boston. And I'm here with Craig Allen and Todd Glickman both of WCBS am in in New York City and todd. We go way back because you were also at one time and Ams Guru and still are what is this. How many meetings does this for you now? Awesome about plus or minus fortieth annual meeting. All right you're pretty incredible. Good for you but it's more than I've got under my belt I'm I'm hoping to get there because I really enjoy this experience. I get to meet people on crazy. You haven't even met before so it was the first time. Yeah so What are you thinking that you you said? You've been to a bunch of enemies before just under a dozen I think but you know starting out back when we did one in Waikiki. In Eighty five I will never forget that one. I think that was my first but The one thing that I noticed about this one. This is obviously very different. Because I go to the broadcast conventions where we have of what type two fifty three hundred at a time. There's over fifty five hundred people here from all walks of the A. M. S.. So I found that a little a bit overwhelming when I first got in to see this. The the the exhibit floor just blew me away. I had take a picture as soon as I walked in here to see all the exhibits down there so This is pretty remarkable. It really really is congratulations to the ems for being able to pull this off have so far. We're all kind of blown away. I I mean we're actually close close to six thousand right now with a record. Todd you probably remember the numbers from the eighties and stuff. It was show and tell you I worked on the staff of AMS for nineteen eighteen ninety three to two thousand thesis in Executive Director. And I was part of the team that thought about. What do we do for the hundredth anniversary and our then meetings The director yelled Shiffman. signed the contracts for the Convention Center this week back then twenty plus years ago and Dr Recall our then executive director to cauldron getting really worried he said there is going to be the biggest blizzard epic and the members won't be able to get there. They're gonNA want their money back. WE'RE GONNA lose our shirts. They're going to be angry at us and look what happened. Two days. Seventy degrees seventy degrees. You know that's that's pretty pretty remarkable because I was worrying about that too. I'm from New York. Obviously we do. WCBS and I was so worried that at some point I would have to either take my broadcast equipment up here with me and actually do it from the hotel room because no one would hope but But on the other hand he just turned out so so remarkable to be walking around the city on Sunday. Seventy four though you know it snowed yesterday morning I felt because just hotel evacuation and we were standing out on the streets six thirty in the morning. How now let's snowflakes right then? Shivers in my pajamas. But Hey I think it's remarkable. They did cogburn green. Got That forecast wrong. Yes which tells me that. We still have a credibility problem in this field if we can't predict whether thirty it's six thousand people cry writing. That was maybe fifteen hundred. You'd be closing in two thousand something like then no idea so with such a big media. How do you decide what to do? Because you're still you still got a broadcast conference in Badger in the And there's still over two hundred broadcasters here what's compels you first of all outside the broadcast tracks so to speak Local local weather in other words the ones that dealt with thunderstorms the ones that deal with Winter Storms. I've walked into those a lot more frequently than some of the more. How do I put this more scientifics? The more the more physics oriented ones the ones that are geared more towards what I will need to use on the. That's what I've done so far and todd you know. He's he's still running around trying to organize everything. Southbound I've been very interested in aviation meteorology so I try and catch some of those also have a student. I'm supporting through a scholarship and east giving a talk today in the research to operate in session and I hope to get over to that as well so just try to dabble into a a couple of different things over interesting now. You also have another hat that you wear With MIT rate is that. Is that still a GIG. The got that's The full-time Gay guy directly corporate relations office and MIT were large corporations rather world invest in research at the university. So it's not just atmospheric science anything biotechnology biotechnology to data technology. So I'm exposed a lot of science and engineering over there but Meteorology still my my look what he wears a third third hat. Oh No oh yes. It's a train conductors that for for trolleys for for the New York City. Subways for every transit system. Here in the northeast these he. Where's that had to celebrate transit with one to one scale model tree? We'll I one of the things that scaling so much. Cheer at the meeting as Artificial intelligence some which. I'm sure. Yes I t's see a lot of that growing in the corporate world to I it in a way. Don't just do you find that what you're seeing at an ems conference more and more mirrors. The advanced technologies and and Let's say research directions that you're seeing in other fields. I think we're ahead. Because look at the birth of numerical modeling Really came out of our field. The ability to use high-powered computers Significant data sets big data was invented by meteorology and now other professions and other other industries are striving to figure out what they do with. The Internet of things is a big data problem. We've had that problem for decades. Tried to get all the sensor systems into the supercomputers and give the mesh smaller and be able to get out that people could use. Because we've been dealing with those problems for decades other industries are now starting to face. Well Craig that kind of brings up another point. which is that big? Data's been the field for so long. But you guys is being broadcast. Meteorologists are the ones you have to figure out how to take that big picture. The big the big data. Will you turn it into some kind of story right. I mean that's that's the that's the challenge probably the most The thing that's changed the most since todd and ice started is that we used to take that data and it came out on maps that we then how to draw on and we had to make our own conception we had to come up with some kind of an idea of after drawing and plotting in where the moisture is what the winds are at this level. It's all done for US already. You like everything is is color coded. It's it's already there so I think that has made the profession easier and yet on the other hand and eight has made it Made some a little to lax. That's my personal opinion in other words. It's there oh I see green coming along long. For Twelve Z. Tomorrow go with showers. That's a little too simplified in the in the old days so to speak We used to have to see why right there were showers coming towards us. Not here showers coming towards us because this is what the the N. G. Back. Yeah that's right that's right. You get the idea of what I'm talking about machine gene. You're right but that's It's still a matter of Putting together a lot of different sources of information right and a lot of which is another big data data that's all right researchers and for us. Well actually we're going to speak on. What should we use and tell me how which one which model I should I should use that? That's the topic of speech coming advisor. Mit said back when we started using tomorrow models this guidance. This is what you have to help you solve the problem with this is not the Gospel and today we see a lot of broadcasters put the output of the model on TV point to and say this is. What's going to happen? And what Craig and I are going to talk about in our presentation and the very short while is that the viewers and listeners. WanNa know what you think. They don't want to know what the numerical models say that they're competing and fighting. They wanted.

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"newsradio" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Newsradio WTMJ Milwaukee at eight o'clock it is thirty four degrees we got some fog out there showers moving in across the southern portion of the listening area the double the T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Alex grow our top story this morning two children and one woman are dead after single vehicle crash you're twenty sixth and Townsend in Milwaukee last night police captain Craig sardo says the diseased victims included three year old girl and sixteen year old boy first responders were able to save two children and we have to actually two year old boy and a girl they were taken to a local area hospital for treatment they also have critical injuries at all all five victims were in the same car witnesses reported seeing a traveling at a high rate of speed before crashing into a tree Milwaukee police meanwhile a bit of a break in the investigation into a deadly hit and run on Christmas Eve the department says it has now recovered the vehicle that killed thirty six year old James Hansen when it jumped the sidewalk your whole in Dover and hit my head symbol she was out walking her two dogs no arrests have been made however and that will reward of up to one thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to an arrest tips can be made through Milwaukee crime stoppers like calling for one for two to four G. I. E. S. family members are remembering the victim of a fatal shooting in when the lady identified him as forty two year old Chad Bicknor who was at his home Thursday night when forty year old Troy Hoffman fired a gun into the home big there and his dog Tucker died at the scene a cousin tells today's T. M. J. four chance brother Klay just left the home to get pizza from the aftermath when he returned I guess he you got to hold his brother one last time often was on the run for nearly a day before he turned himself in Friday afternoon to police in Dodge county charges are expected in the coming days resting over WTMJ news six bodies have been recovered yesterday afternoon following a helicopter crash on whole why school I island believed to have occurred on Christmas day on one of the most remote areas of the islands officials say the flight last made contact Thursday afternoon before never arriving from their expedition to the will may a Kenyan authorities are although other identities have not been revealed authorities say the victims came from two family groups as well as one pilot more from ABC is well Kerr at this point authorities do not believe that anybody survive the helicopter set out to see how wise remote majestic views and was supposed to return at sunset but never ride the crash set off an intense search involving multiple agencies including the Coast Guard they were battling rain and fog and poor visibility the search was expected to resume today for the seventh person believed to have been on that flight back in Wisconsin the American cancer society is looking for volunteers to drive cancer patients to visit their doctors Laurie Broussard tells today's T. M. J. four their road to recovery program is in need of help I would say it's harder this time of year because of the weather and the holidays the American cancer society will train in screen all volunteers who can work as little or as much as a desire and the Packers have secured a home playoff game thanks to winning the NFC north on Monday but they can still are the top seed in the NFC with a little help Packers insider Jason will be tells today's T. M. J. four it's possible that the forty Niners lose to the Seahawks Seattle San Francisco once already this season and they're playing at home although the the hot confusingly have struggled at home but I don't think it's ever good way and your soul banged up in very wide but your call and a guy back.

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"newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"NewsRadio WBZ ten thirty. Radio station. Fairy where the bench for the furnace comes through. Okay. So I don't know again that the investigation will try to make a donation what was going on at that time. One police officer treated for smoke inhalation, no word on his condition. Crews are still at the scene of this nine alarm or again, it's on Bennington street in east Boston, the NBA shutdown service on the blue line between orient heights and wonderland buses are being used there will continue to follow the story throughout the evening. Keep it here. Funerals are beginning for the forty nine victims of the terror attacks at two New Zealand mosques, a first victims are being buried and the man charged with murder has appeared in court now for the first time the appearance was brief. It was not open to the public. Brenton toront- was charged with murder. His next court appearance will be on April fifteenth. There's been an outpouring of grief and support from across the globe for New Zealand, President Trump telephone the country's prime minister offering condolences prayers at any help that the US might be able to provide. Meantime, congressman Stephen Lynch says he joins the rest of the world sending his thoughts and prayers. To those people in New Zealand WBZ's, Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with the congressman about the terror attacks that claimed forty nine lives at those two mosques, congressman Stephen Lynch says congress will do all it can to support New Zealand and let the island country. No, it's not alone. There were some other trips already planned to visit Austrailia in New Zealand, and I I'm sure those will be accelerated also South China Sea. We have about a thousand marines that were just deployed to Darwin in northern Australia. So.

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"newsradio" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"NewsRadio k. Nice looking day across northern California as we are dry with mostly sunny skies. Highs will peak in the lower fifties. Look for increasing clouds tonight. Chance of rain returning in the forecast by Friday afternoon. I'm meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio b que. Fifty two degrees in Sacramento, fifty one in Carmichael. Your next news update comes at three thirty time. Now for the John McGuinness show. I'm kitty O'Neil NewsRadio cave became ninety three point one FM and fifteen thirty a m. Sacramento's news, traffic and weather the top and bottom of every hour. Newsradio KFB. Okay. Good afternoon and welcome aboard. Happy Thursday to you. John mcginnis with your NewsRadio K became hope. You're having a great day looking to get out of the winter doldrums. But it ain't going to happen for a while. I fear. It looks like there's more wet weather coming. I don't know. Why I always give you whether update. But whether it's whether it's critical to me, miss kitty. I I really just the one thing in life. I know you can't control it you can control everything else. Right. You can control where you live. You can control what you do for a living things. But you can't you cannot, and I don't like it when I know you like it warm warm summit say hot, I like it hot wharfs. Okay. That's even better. Nonetheless is going to be a while. And as I'm looking around at my different haunts. My secret Hans that I like to go visit because it's usually warm there when it's not warm here, they're cold too. So we're stuck with it for a while..

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"newsradio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Newsradio time is two. Oh, two as President Trump downst- a deal to end, the longest shutdown of the federal government in US history. It took a shot without mentioning his name of Colorado. Senator Michael Bennet Jones yesterday, Senator Bennett described the president's border wall this way, he wants five billion dollars to build some antiquated. Medieval wall that he said Mexico would pay more in the white House Rose Garden. The president responded the walls. We are building are not medieval walls, they are smart walls designed to meet the needs of frontline border agents. Senator Bennett has tweeted a response saying if you don't like the word medieval to describe your wall how about ineffective wasteful offensive and unpopular Jerry, bell, KOA NewsRadio. Governor Jared police visited to elements schools in El Paso county on Friday as he Rams up his campaign to fund free full day kindergarten in Colorado. He tells KOA NewsRadio that full day kindergarten can set the tone for a student's future. There's an enormous difference. Between a first grader Nestor first full day in school and one is had full they kindergarten even preschool, and those those differences that gap is just harder to dress in third grade and fifth grade and seven three police will testify about kindergarten his plans before the legislature next week. He was an internet Stocker who victimized at least four people in Colorado, including a female student at CU air Boudin of Minnesota has now been sentenced to more than fourteen years in prison. He threatened to kill his see. You victim posted pictures of her face on porn websites where he listed her. Actual contact information Westminster firefighters say to kids did the right thing when they called for help after.

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"newsradio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Newsradio time is twelve oh two as President Trump announced a deal to end the longest shutdown of the federal government in US history. It took a shot without mentioning his name at Colorado. Senator Michael Bennet John's yesterday, Senator Bennett described the president's border wall this way, he wants five billion dollars to build some antiquated. Medieval wall that he said Mexico would pay more in the white House Rose Garden. The president responded the walls. We are building are not medieval walls, they are smart walls designed to meet the needs of frontline border agents. Senator Bennett has tweeted a response saying if you don't like the word medieval to describe your wall how about ineffective wasteful offensive and unpopular Jerry, bell, KOA NewsRadio. Governor Jared police visited two schools in El Paso county Friday as he Rams up his campaign to fund free full day. Kindergarten in Colorado tells KOA NewsRadio that full day kindergarten can set the tone for a student's future. There's an enormous difference between a. A first grader Nestor first full day in school and one who's had full day kindergarten, even preschool, and those those differences that gap is just harder to dress in third grade and fifth grade and seven three police will testify about his kindergarten plan before the legislature next week. He was an internet stalker who victimized at least four people in Colorado, including female student at C, you era Boudin of Minnesota has been sentenced to more than fourteen years in prison. He had threatened to kill his see you victim and post pictures of her face on porn websites where you listed her. Actual contact information. The FBI says it's possible that there are still more women victims out there waiting to be found Westminster. Firefighters say the two kids did the right thing when they called for help after their dog fell through an icy pond near Carol butts park this morning in instead of trying to rescue the dogs themselves, the kids stayed calm, and they called the Westminster fire department. Our next update at twelve thirty. I'm rod. Hudson on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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"newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"NewsRadio WBZ NewsRadio helps you keep it together. Every day with traffic and weather together on the threes. So you always know what to wear and how to get there. Newsradio. It's one fourteen traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic reports and the David how are we looking out there? I'm sorry. Jack. Garowe? We're we're that snow covered roads. It's just tough driving a matter where you go visibility is poor. And this report is sponsored by Napa auto parts traveling in the downtown area. We do have snow covered roads and visibility is rough. But people are keeping the speeds down and so far, right. That's it's very minute. Anyway, we're relatively trouble-free just slow going on the ninety three coming over the bridge into the tip O'Neill tunnel and the expressway northbound and southbound between east building square in downtown is well, it's it's it's moving, but it's moving slowly traveling right now to the north of the city route three is doing, okay. Route ninety three heading northbound. We do have a spin out before dascomb road the left lane is taken up their route four ninety five snow covered in the northern part of that stretch of road traveling down to the south route four ninety five heading northbound of crashes just clearing between routes one. A and one forty that's down on Wrentham route twenty four northbound and southbound was still cleaning up some multiple clashes between Stoughton and Randolph traveling on. On the mass pike speeds officially down to forty miles an hour have between routes four ninety five and two ninety in the Hopkinton area. And we've got a little bit of a spin out right now a couple of spinouts on my route ninety five heading northbound between the mass pike and route to to drive with care. Right now at participating Napa. Napa auto parts stores and Napa auto care centers. You'll get a twenty dollar prepaid visa gift card by mail, but you buy a nap alleged premium battery, that's Napa know how offer ends February twenty eighth and two thousand two thousand nineteen I'm Jack heart WBZ traffic on the threes..

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"newsradio" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

12:53 min | 3 years ago

"newsradio" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM. And welcome back to coast to coast rich Newman with us, author and filmmaker living in Memphis, Tennessee, a lifelong enthusiasts of the paranormal and his group paranormal Inc has been involved with research and investigations for more than a decade as articles have appeared in haunted times and paranormal underground noted author. Some of his books include demolition, the delta haunted bridges ghost hunting for beginners ghost hunters field guide and ghosts of the civil war. And in the not too distant future. Probably in the summertime. Another book will be out called the disembodied rich. Welcome back. Good to have you eight George happy new year you too you too. Did it start off well for you? Oh, of course, we've had you know, kind of a mellow worm southern winter. So everything's been great here. I left Saint Louis Saturday morning right after the Friday night show. They got pelted with it was it was snowing when I was leaving. I didn't think I was going to get out of there. But they got pelted with twelve inches of snow. Snow Pacalypse up there. You're lucky. You got out home are gosh. I didn't think I had to get over to a Denver to do our beyond belief TV shows. I didn't think I was gonna make it. But the grace of God, I I got out of there. Thank goodness. Terrible up their ghosts of the civil war. I've always wanted to talk about this situation. Tell me a little bit about this. Well, we're talking about, you know, most deadly warned American history with, you know, low number six hundred and twenty thousand dead. But now we have new research coming out that suggests that maybe even up to eight hundred fifty thousand people died in this. Wow. My God more than every other war combined. I mean, we lost sadly fifty thousand plus men and women soldiers in Vietnam, that's a horrible tragedy. But can you imagine eight hundred thousand it's crazy. I mean, even more to your, you know, we had four hundred and five thousand or so, and you know, if it is eight hundred fifty thousand that's that's more than twice as much crazy. No wonder the place is haunted. Exactly. So when you put together the book, tell me the Yangel that you took. Well, I really wanted to know a lot of the people in even the civil war buff. You know, they really know a lot about the major major places like like, you mentioned Gettysburg, I really wanted to have a place where you can go and see even like, the smaller things like, you know, where you had these little small clashes all over the south, especially in the east, and then you had, you know, more places that with haunting, you know, family homes. You know, you had a lot of loved ones who went away to serve and the left behind families. And sometimes they didn't come back to you know, grief and everything in those houses. So you have so many homes that are associated with, you know, people were officers in the civil war and families were left behind and that kind of thing, and then you even have homes. Did you know become like makeshift field, hospitals and things like that? So I really wanted to kind of touch on all these different layers. You know, your big battlefield your small classes all the way down to individual homes. You look at about one hundred and sixty locations. Didn't you? Oh my gosh. It's it's crazy. I in I legitimately think that every single place. That's the civil war. Has it? Go story. So. Yeah. Hundreds hundreds of places. Did you feel the apparitions when you were out there? You know, you, you know, you feel when you go some of these battlefields. You really do feel the weight of everything that happened there. Besides the weight of history just walking on a place like devil's den and Gettysburg, or you know, across the cherry orchards at Shiloh when you look around you think, you know, there were thousands of people lying dead here. It's it's hard to even fathom even when you're standing there. But absolutely, I think you feel the weight of it all. Let's talk about the cases that you came across. And how did you find them rich? Well, thankfully, you know, us ghost hunters. We have quite a link network out there. So, you know, we have great ghost hunting groups all over the country. So I use them in our reached out to a lot of different groups, and to you know, you live in Virginia. Tell me about some of your local hops there and I'd get firsthand accounts from people then I kind of went around and looked at some of the work. Other people did a lot of these civil war parks and things are really open with discussing the paranormal things that happen there now and even some even go so far as to offer go stores. So I I reached out directly to as many different places. I could now where it got kinda tough was getting down to like, you know, some of these smaller cemeteries and things like that. But you know, I I just got out there and beat the bushes, and you talk to people any particular story that you can relate to us. Oh my gosh. That's so many. I'll tell you one of my favorites. I mean, I love the, you know, the battle of chicken Maga was the second deadliest battle of the war, and they have this ongoing tail to this day that there was a primordial creature. They call him green eyes wander the battlefields. There were so many dead people that they literally believe that it just brought forth this horrible like pneumonic thing that was after feast on the did g. The day. You have people go to chicken Maga, and they catch glimpses of something with green eyes looking from the woods. They hear sounds like painting of a beast things touched them. So there's a little bit of debate about whether or not it's an actual creature or more like a ghost or evil spirit. But you know, that to me is one of the one of the great tales, what would this creature do just wander around the battle sites? Well, I think it's I think it's one of these sort of variations on the theme of a revenue that's something that sort of drawn by the dead. And because I guess so much death happened at this particular battle that this creature still sticking around the area. I'm checking Maga had over thirty four thousand casualties. So I mean, that's a lot of dead to be piled in one little small Georgia. War part other than the green is has anybody describe what this thing might look like. Yeah. That's kind of where the interesting stories coming in. Because you you have you know, people who just see the is kind of believe it's more like a spirit, and we're just seeing the eyes of the spirit sort of roaming the grounds. But there have been people who claim Moore that it's more something along the lines of cryptic Bigfoot type of a creature. The only thing I'd say to that is obviously it'd be a pretty long lived creature be sticking around, you know, since eighteen sixty two. But yeah, there's absolutely been people who said that they've seen sort of what look like a Harry back on walking on two legs, the type of big foot style of a creature. What's going on in the world of paranormal investigations these days? Rich. Do you go there, for example with the team? Or are you do this by yourself? I usually do it by myself. I do have a couple of guys that they go with me on occasion, I've been touring a lot actually with Fuji TV. I'm shooting a chauffeur for Japanese television. So I've actually been getting some interesting perspective working with these guys. And seeing you know, what American haunts kinda look like, you know, do eastern is. And it's really been pretty interesting. You know, the the Japanese take the supernatural very serious. They sure do. Oh my gosh. And you know, mercy somewhere, and we're shooting, and then you know, when stuff starts happening. You just see, you know, there is getting big, you know, and they kind of look around the room and everything just kinda gets a little more exciting. And know, this this cool little balance that the Japanese have between the supernatural and also kind of the relationship they still have with their family after they're dead in the respect for those pass away is it's really cool. Do you think because of what they went through in World War Two the two nuclear bombs that hit them in Hiroshima and Nagasaki may have gotten them to be a serious as they are about the paranormal. I think that's I think that's definitely a huge impact. You know? For today's Japanese people there are there are a lot of ghost stories associated with those areas, and because of the a lot of the older generations, especially in that period. You know, had a religion called Shinto where they erect shrines where they can actually still speak to the deceased loved ones and relatives and seek guidance from them. And man, you know, when those bombs took out as many people as they did let as much damage as it did. And even just the families that were just hurt by being relocated to get away from that stuff. Yeah. I mean, they're still selling that, you know, with the youngest generations today, especially those who who practice Shinto instill, you know, sort of follow those beliefs. What is it about some folks who just like to be scared in haunted? You know, they they go on ghost towns. They go to ghost hotels. Why did they like to be scared so much? Well, I'm going to have to profess that I'm one of these guys I knew you were in your blood. Well, you know, I think it's the same thing the reason that we like horror movies, and the same reason, you know, it's a lot of people. I think they feel the most live when they're sort of experiencing, you know, that little taste of death. You know, whether it's, you know, ghosts or through fiction or through horror stories, you know, there's that thrill of I'm alive there did. But also, I think it's you know, you know, that thrill to of wanting to believe in something in the afterlife. And getting you know, when you start having real experiences, it bolsters, you know, your opinion that there's something when we die that we have we have spirit or moving on. And that can really be, you know, invigorating for a lot of people. Do you have any doubts about the other side? None now, I can definitely say, you know, I was you know, when I wrote the first book on ghost and things I was kind of offense center. And you know, I always thought, you know, if I have some experiences, you know, I'll look at them. Objectively in that sort of thing after the books that I've written in the places I've been I've had so many experiences I've been touched by ghosts. I've heard ghost in a room talking to a group in woman just start laughing in the middle of us. We've had I I mean, I've seen things felt things you know, all these things. So no, I have no doubt. But at the same time, I also understand when someone tells me that they're skeptic, and you know, they they they want to wait and see for themselves kind of a situation. And I always tell them, you know, skeptic. You're just one experience away from being just like the. There seems to be a trend toward the pure doorbell. Do you feel that? Yeah. You know, I'm actually kind of like, you know, where the paranormal sort of seen is going right now because you know, about five six years ago, we had so many these go shows on TV we had so many sort of popularization ghosts and ghost hunting that it was sort of being shoved into kind of this trivial realm where it was becoming just a pop culture sort of a situation. And I think that's mostly died. I think right now, we know we've been left with the ones who sort of survived all that. And they're the ones who are more serious about approaching the subject and looking more scientific method and things we can do to actually, you know, help people understand how the human soul works. And why maybe some of these people are sticking around the media handle this red China. They handle you. You know, I think it's gotten better..

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"NewsRadio. If you're looking for us on YouTube, you won't find us on YouTube, Angie, tells me we're over on Facebook, and we're gonna we're gonna try Facebook for for a few more days just to see if we can understand exactly how it works. And if I can ever find time during the day, I'm going to figure out a way that we can be on both Facebook and YouTube simultaneously. But it appears that you can't do that. Because that would be communist or that. I mean that would make us Nazis or something. So we have to choose one or the other until we can figure out a way to do both. And I'm not sure we can figure out a way to do both without me going out and buying another laptop. So you could have two laptops, back there and a splitter for the cameras feed into both YouTube for the one camera. You'd have to have you'd have to have to the video programs running, wouldn't you? You'd have to have the mix running both, laptops. Yup. We can. Yeah. Let's figure this out. What we're looking to figure it out right now. Again, we might if if one of you brilliant, techno nerds out there has a solution of how you can broadcast simultaneously. Emphasize, the word simultaneously to build Facebook and YouTube shoot me an Email Michael Brown on KOA, NewsRadio dot com, and Angie will take you to lunch at Taco Bell. Taco Bell Taco Bell. Because they.

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04:32 min | 3 years ago

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"Newsradio nine twenty four seven FM. This is the show. One am very disappointed that you guys have not settled in on this debate. This is the is the dress blue gold thing all over again. This is the is a hotdog sandwich thing all over again, the long national nightmare until we get an answer, which probably won't be an answer. That will satisfy everybody involved is did Grover on Sesame Street dropping f-bomb. Nope. That's an actual story. That's out there today. Welcome back to Schnitt. The number is eight hundred eight one eighty nine ninety nine you're kind of swimming in the stupid when you get this close to the end of the year. So there is a. Basically, there's a small little snippet that his hit the the various social media's out there. Of Grover having a conversation with one of them. I don't I don't know all them up. I think Grover I remember now there's a bunch of new it's the guy the Elliott homeless check Mufit. I don't know if you've seen this who was initially food insecure, and then apparently her fortunes turned further downwards so now she's homeless, and and they were celebrating the part where now there's a homeless muppet, except it's not the first homeless muppet because I'm pretty sure one of them lives in a trash can which is the enemy of being homeless. Like there's a refrigerator box homeless. And then there's can't find one of those going for the trash can homeless. And so like introducing new Muppets to make social issues a a focal point on the show just seems really stupid to me. But all of that gets put to the side now as we realize that occasionally Grover drops in f- bomb on Sesame Street, and for some reason people are arguing about that on the internet. So yes, that is a very important thing. And yes, I would like you to listen to it and tell me what you think, okay? So Susan going to do that research because I cannot believe that they have not weighed in on on that big controversy. All right. Let me let me get into this just here in this segment will expand on it on the on the backside. They have. They had I guess would be more accurate word here. They had plans for women's marches all across the country once again, so you know, outcome, the pink, hats and all of that. And and that's fine. Everyone wants to get together for their March. But what would chat me initially? And I think most people initially about this is it wasn't a March just about women and women's issues. It was a March about one particular political lane women and women's issues, and then it became a March about a whole lot more. And if you know people if people want to go out and do that they're going to participate in it. But alternately much like we saw with some of the rallies Charlottesville war, the rallies out in San Francisco near Berkeley. Were you had you had an inner mix of people who thought they were going to a rally for guns. And meanwhile. Surrounded by Nazis with Tiki torches. Right. You got to be careful that you understand the full scope of who's doing the organizing, and what it is. You're attending. Or it's your picture next to Tiki torch guys picture. That's not a good look. Well, at the at the women's March, what you had is you had people who were showing up to it. Because they probably thought it was a it was about women's issues. And so there are signs would reflect that and the thing, but what you had intermixed in. There is you had a deep dark underbelly of of highly highly political stuff that was going on not the least of which was an attitude from organizers, including Linda sore, and others that very closely align them with many of the principles of the nation of Islam. You know, the people who killed Malcolm X. Look it up..

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