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"In 27 minutes in from the veterans memorial, Ryan 16 minutes from 95th street to downtown Chicago. That's traffic. I'm Japan too. Here's the latest Chicago weather update. If you spotty showers and thunderstorms at times this afternoon, partial sunshine develops will see high in the mid 80s, winds out of the restaurant 5 to 15 mph, tonight partly thought he skies alone near 60. Thursday sunshine high 81°, then by Friday a chance for showers and thunderstorms, cloudy and a high of 80. Saturday chance for rain and storms a high 87. From the weather, whether sun, I meteorologist, Jennifer vuit sheet ski. Currently, it's 81. I'm doctor Anthony Elizabeth, and this is climate connections. Sitting outside on a summer evening can be relaxing. Unless mosquitos are out. These insects are not just annoying. Some spread west Nile virus and other diseases. Caitlin O'Donnell is an entomologist at Norfolk county, Massachusetts, mosquito control district. She says mosquitos are sensitive to temperature, so global warming may allow some species to expand their ranges or move north, and rainfall patterns affect which species are prevalent in a given year. We know that if certain species of mosquitos, if their populations are increasing, we know that the risk level to the human population is going to be changing. Last summer, Massachusetts got a lot of rain, and with it a record number of the mosquito species that breed in floodplains. She says these mosquitos are aggressive biters, but less likely to carry west Nile. She says in her region, the species most likely to carry west Nile tend to thrive in drier years, because they breed in stagnant water that lingers in places like storm drains. And so that is when
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"Is over hype and overemphasize jug meet sing and his tick talk account. And it's like that is a communication strategy that is not the sum total of an election campaign that is a communication strategy to reach a group of people. You will not reach people just like you won't reach all people and other kinds of forms of media but it seemed like that took far more space from them actually coming up with ideas that people could be excited about and get behind and you know we. We talked about this this whole election. That if the end ep is not going to look at the state of the world today and say holy shit. We're going to promise them really big things when the fuck are they going gonna promise really big thing literally not possible. Yeah exactly yeah. It's it's very. I mean gosh. It was so weird like the greens trying to the mvp this election. I feel like their platform the end. Ep we're trying to the liberals. The liberals were delivering liberal here. Like they were just like. We're gonna continue being the liberals the conservatives were trying to be the liberals the block with doing the block thing and the was controlling the entire message tire election it that that is what happened in the last month. Y'all like and for the ppc a party. That new had no shot in winning but was going out there and doing the damn thing anyway doing the organizing doing the education that they wanted to do on a mass scale with both the electorate and the general population and their own. Mp's candidates like look. Let's be real. Some of those people probably didn't start out as like immigrant hating folks but the pc took that opportunity to to make more people To point their fear and anger and frustration over the last few ca over the last eighteen months to a very specific Boogie man you know. Which is it's racist. It's it's fascist. It's all the things that all the worst parts of what has happened in the united states. And they they took that and they made it the national conversation. No one else was able to do that. Not one other party was able to do that. With the exception of maybe the block in quebec not one other parties so the parties that were the most powerful in driving the message of what this election should be. We're the ones who weren't coming up with like a wind strategy. They were coming up with the. Let's change this. Let's change the country. Let's radically shift the way that we do politics in canada party parties. That says something. This is a lot. yeah no absolutely. It's so important to think of in those terms and one thing that you say earlier that i'm not sure i agree with is The the interplay between the ppc and the conservative party. I don't think the conservative party is going to be very keen to try and merge with the ppc. I think this actually provides the opportunity to expel Members of their party towards the ppc. So like derek. Sloan who came in las conservative leadership race. He did not win a seat last night. I suspect we'll see him trying to become some sort of ppc maybe interlocutor with like the religious far right. I'm very curious to see what happens with leslie. Lewis who won last night. I didn't see any news about the fact that she won the seat in haldeman norfolk hauled norfolk county Which is in southwestern ontario. And that's a famous county..
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"Radio authorities and surely are investigating what this their ruling as a suspicious death details limited, But the Middlesex County D. A s office has confirmed that the death took place on Gratin Road. District Attorney Marion Ryan on Twitter says there in the early stages of the investigation, and surely we will have more information as it is provided to us. Jimmy Hayes, a former player for the Boston Bruins, has died. Officials say his body was found this morning at his home in Milton, the Norfolk County D. A. Is looking into what happened. They say the death does not appear to be suspicious. Hayes played for the BC Eagles in college going on to play a couple of seasons for the Bruins. Captain Patrice Bergeron says it was a pleasure getting to know his and that he will always remember his big smile. Jimmy Hayes was 31 years old. The House back in session this week to work on a bipartisan infrastructure bill and a Democrat led multi trillion dollar budget resolution that focuses on what they call human infrastructure. But House Democrats are split over which infrastructure measures should come up for a final vote. First. The House interrupted its August recess and return to Washington this week to tackle infrastructure Monday morning. The House Rules Committee took up the trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill and the $3.5 Trillion budget reconciliation resolution. There's never been a hearing and the Budget Committee on this budget resolution is because they don't want us to offer Counter. I think that the two parties do not share the same values. In terms of what is necessary. House leaders are hoping for final floor votes Tuesday. Natalie Brent CBS NEWS Capitol Hill off to Wall Street. Now we check in with Andrew Oh, day at Bloomberg. US. Employers increasingly are worried about the Delta variant, pushing back their return to office plans. Dow Jones reports Some companies are considering the possibility that offices could be closed for two years. By the time it's all said and done, and boss is worried that the longer people work from home, the more disruptive it could be to try to bring them back as the FDA is full approval of the Pfizer Covid shot gives the green light to companies as well as local state and the federal government to expand vaccine mandates. It also gave the green light to Wall Street to place bets on resurgent economic recovery, especially surrounding travel and tourism. Now jump 216 NASDAQ Up 228 S and P 500 up 38. Andrew wrote Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ.
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"Now you're Matt Sheer WBZ, Boston's news radio former player for the Boston Bruins, has died. Jimmy Hayes was 31 officials say his body was found this morning at his home in Milton. Norfolk County D A. Is looking into what happened, But they say that death does not appear to be suspicious. Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron says it was a pleasure getting to know hes and that he will always remember. His big smile has played for the Boston College Eagles in college, going on to play a couple of seasons for the Bruins. 407 timeline Checking away over in Kabul, Afghanistan. Time to evacuate as many Americans and allies as possible today at the White House, National Security advisor Jake Sullivan said. In the past 24 hours alone, more than 10,000 people have been evacuated or more than two dozen flights. They have now facilitated the evacuation of more than 37,000 people out of the country since August, 14th American citizens, Third country nationals, Our Afghan allies and Afghans at risk of persecution or worse among the questions remaining. Where will all the refugees go? Many of them arriving across the U. S in recent days, getting ready for resettlement for await? We're off to Wall Street. Now. Intro Day is that Bloomberg? We stuck the landing through a couple of records in there to boot on this Monday. Yeah, and it turns out we we threw in one record and the other one just missed it by that much handling my Maxwell smart. That was the S and P 500 gained 38 points. Less than a point away from an all time high. NASDAQ, though, hit it 228 points higher Dow for its part, not a record, but up 216 little doubt what Wall Street thought of the FDA is full approval of the fighter co produced Covid Vaccine shares rally led by travel companies, including airlines and cruise lines, as traders placed big bets on more widespread vaccinations. Causing people to feel more comfortable about moving around employers increasingly worried about the Delta variant, pushing back their return to office plans. Now, Jones reports, some companies are considering the possibility that offices could be closed for two years. By the time it's all said and done. And boss is worried that the longer people work from home, the more disruptive it could be to bring them back, with some bosses worried about workers getting poached from other companies. Now gains 216 today and wrote Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio. Smart Speaker. Smart Speaker.
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"Boston at 605. The dead. Um teenager who was pulled from a pool during a graduation party last weekend, has died. The Norfolk County D. A s office, making that announcement and identifying him a 17 year old Alonso pork. The D A will be investigating the circumstances of his death, but the homeowners who hosted the party are already facing charges. That includes providing alcohol to minors and reckless endangerment of a child. In England. The meeting between leaders of G seven nations continues as the summit progressives. There's new pledges to get covid vaccines to the countries that need the most. W H O. The World Health Organization estimates that 11 billion vaccines are going to be needed across the entire globe in order to stamp out the pandemic, So this is a start. These leaders are planning to pledge one billion vaccines across the globe began to some of the world's most poorest countries. Half of that 500 million is coming from the United States and the president here is really trying to lead by example, encouraging other world leaders to do the same and pledge a little bit more and vaccinations. That's a B C's Rachel Scott, who is traveling with the president back here in New England. Rhode Island, Governor Dan McKee says he's extending the covid state of emergency in that state. July. 9th. New Hampshire is due to lift its state of emergency in a matter of hours midnight tonight, Governor Sununu said yesterday. The states at the end of the tunnel when it comes to Covid, Massachusetts, still on track to lift the state of emergency this upcoming Tuesday. A pizzeria in Rhode Island, has a new staff member a robot to help the wait staff, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe went to check it out. I got a close up view of survey in action here inside Angelo's Palace pizza in Cumberland patrons were enthralled with the three ft robot as she delivered food on her to serving trays right to a customer's table. Here. She felt she's directly on the table. Survey even talks. Happy birthday. Angelo's co owner, Alexandria Kit, Silla, says survey is meant to take on the heavy lifting.
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"About 200 people will be allowed to attend due to covert restrictions. Congressional leaders were responsible for distributing tickets to their respective members. All guests have to be vaccinated or show proof of a negative covert tests, and they will have to wear masks. Nicole Killian. CBS NEWS Capitol Hill Now you can hear the speech in full right here on WBZ news radio, starting at nine o'clock. After that, we're also going to carry the Republican response from Senator Tim Scott. And we're learning a bit about what he plans to say tonight. He is expected to give some credit to the Trump Administration for the nation's recovery from the covert virus. Except show here will cheer the fact that Cove it is on the run. But again, he will praise the former president. And the Trump administration from making that a possibility. So of course we've got both of those in full. Starting at nine o'clock right here on WBZ. You're not gonna be by your radio. Grab your phone your iPad whatever your mobile devices and pull us up on the I heart radio app. 6 47 in Rhode Island. A teenager there says he's having a really tough time trying to process what recently happened to him at his new job. 16 year old Hunter Shaw says he was two weeks into that job at the Wal Mart in wound socket when he was put in a choke, hold and assaulted. Hunter says the men attacked him after he asked that man to put a mask on his young child per store policy that suspect out on the court summons tonight as we hear from WBC's Kim Tom a Cliff Michael Carroll of One socket is charged in connection with the incident. Carol received a lot of support on social media from people defending his refusal to put a mask on his child. Hunter's dad, Bob Shaw says his son is now afraid to go to work or school. Go to work with people that was supporting this gentleman might know where I work. Income confront me. Stir. Shaw doesn't think WalMart should be requiring its workers, especially juveniles are senior citizens to be enforcing their mask policy. That policy should be not to engage the customer but to report it to security so that they can and they could be properly trained to de escalate situations. WalMart issued a statement saying it's deeply disturbed by the incident, adding acts of violence or uncalled for and will not be tolerated in their stores. Kevin Tonic, left WBZ Boston's news radio also tonight, Connecticut governor Never A month, signing a bill to end the state's religious exemption for childhood immunization requirements. This counts for schools and day care facilities. The bill was passed last night through the Democrat controlled Senate in Hartford, as thousands of opponents rallied outside the state Capitol. Those opponents say this law infringes on their parental rights and their religious liberties. They said they want to overturn it in court. Those who support this new law say it's necessary considering over the past few years there's been a steady increase in parents requesting for various reasons not to vaccinate their Children. King of Vaccines As summer approaches, a number of cities and towns on the North Shore are teaming up to get their residents vaccinated from Cove it here's WBC's Carl Stevens. There's nothing like summer by the sea and communities across the North Shore know that very well, and that's why some of them are coming together 10 communities to rally residents and businesses toward getting vaccinated in preparation. For a summer reopening Salem here, Kim Driscoll tells me the cooperative effort is important because that virus doesn't recognize city or tile lines. One community's doing an outstanding job with vaccinations and another isn't that can easily travel between cities and towns. So this will be good for everyone. If we're working together, their public awareness campaign will include multi lingual literature getting out the word to as many people as possible about the importance of getting vaccinated. Charles Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. Well, it's very important, of course, to be educated about what you're doing before you get in the car and get behind the wheel. There's a new challenge for teens to do just that, which is underway now from the Norfolk County Da's office. The distract ology challenges an online course to teach young drivers about the dangers of distracted driving and part of a larger team. Rivalry. Challenge for D. A. Michael Morrissey designed to stimulate participation among students take traditional schools like Quincy in North, which is a good example I pitted against each other, Yeah, hometown rivals. Kids log on and watch a series of videos, take quizzes and diagnose dangerous scenarios with the simulator. When they complete the course their school gets a 0.450 kids take the challenge and could be high only gets 400 quid. You would have won that challenge all the points around it up and at the end of the challenge winners receive grants. Maura importantly, according to the D A's website drivers who complete distract ology or 19% less likely to be involved in major or minor accidents and 25% less likely to get a citation. Chris Palmer WBZ Boston's news radio 6 51 a gray night out there across the city of Boston. We've got rain making its way in from the West. We'll talk traffic and weather together. Coming up in about two minutes..
Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’
"Yesterday's Rockland 7 11 robbery shot and killed by police after stealing a police cruiser. And then leading officers on a chase through six South shore communities. Here's WBZ TV is Christina Rex, WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis says. What makes this case unique is not the stolen cruiser but the length of the chase and the amount of times the suspect managed to escape police. Each one of those individual things happens. Really frequently but combined together, this is an unusual circumstance. Leach was shot and killed by police once they finally stopped him in Quincy after a long effort by hostage negotiators. They say he came out of the cruiser brandishing a police rifle. So when the suspect being guarded by officers on the SWAT team to drop the weapon He doesn't comply and starts to make aggressive moves with the police. Only thing they can do is fire. While the unfortunate end of the chase may have been unavoidable, Davis says there's technology in some police cars that prevent them from being stolen, called the kill switch. Now, when asked if somebody did something wrong, Davis says. Not necessarily. The incident is being investigated by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office, which is standard protocol whenever police used deadly force theory.
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"California now tops New York State again, this time in the total number of deaths. Chicago about to go back to school. A green light for in class learning has been given by the teachers union in the nation's third largest school district. They approve a deal with this city and to get students back inside classrooms as soon as tomorrow, putting an end to the possibility of a teacher, lockout or strike. This does not end the strife with teachers in America, however. San Francisco teachers to taking that city to court over their plans to get them back in classrooms and still no progress to get Philadelphia teachers back inside classrooms as the battle with the city continues there, Ah voice of reason during some difficulty circumstances, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe says Ah police officer in Franklin being honored now for his work with those Dealing with mental health issues. A whole new way of policing for the Franklin Police Departments. 10 Person Crisis intervention team they focus on helping to de escalate situations involving individuals who are going through a mental health crisis. A license social workers, part of the team patrolman Tyler Peabody received crisis intervention training from the Norfolk County Training and Technical Assistance Center, part of that training involved wearing headphones, with voices playing to give officers an idea of what schizophrenic people Goes through basically just a bunch of different voices playing the whole time they would have you do different tasks. We would just do every single day with no issue and it did give me a new perspective on things. It showed that people actually haven't go through life every single day. Like that just added so much more stress to the environment Officer Peabody has received a certificate of excellence for his participation in the training. Kevin Tonic Left WBZ Boston's news radio morning 7 49 Wednesday sunshine for Change 21 degrees here in both Austin. What's old is new again at your breakfast table, and Jim I'm a pancake mixes and syrup will soon be rebranded as Pearl Milling Company. It's Pepsi Co's latest step in transitioning away from a brand many viewed as racially insensitive. Pearl Milling Company will also announce the details of a million dollar commitment to uplift black girls and women. And although the brand maybe new Pearl milling company isn't the Saint Joseph, Missouri company developed the iconic self rising pancake mix in the late 18 eighties, which it branded Aunt Jemima Pearl Milling Company products will arrive in stores starting in June. Daria all bigger ABC News, Little Bit. A tensile Town hits North Attleboro film crews for the Netflix movie. Don't look up. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. Spotted at Chris Gaz Barros, fine wine and Spirits on Route One movie is being filmed in Boston, Wooster and other locations around the state. In fact, Jennifer Lawrence was hurt by shattered glass during a recent shoot in Boston. The movie studio behind some of your kid's favorite movies is shutting down..
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"WBC's Karen Regal rode shotgun with Melrose Police Officer Alan Brown's job is patrol and as the city of Melrose digs out, his job is to check The roads are passable. Brown usually gets a friendly way from people. He was also stopped by a man who asked when he'd be able to get a covert 19 vaccine. When we're out here, we're looking at all different types of things just assessing the conditions looking for down. Why is looking for problems? Has meant many times where the weather resource that notifies the department of Public works when we come across different has this condition so by us being out here You know where another set of eyes and Eisen is in Melrose, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, by the way, checking the power outages Right now across Massachusetts. We still have 2545 of them. They are scattered, but primarily, we're looking at Suffolk County, Norfolk County and as six county Whole day to night. Cold nine ahead, toe have no heat. Ah, painting of the thin blue line, please flag is under discussion and Taunton. The flag has become controversial after its use in the Capitol Hill riot, It'll be a decision making process. Taunton School Superintendent John Cabral says high school students in school resource officers will be working together to decide what to do about the thin blue line flag mural on the wall outside of the SA Rose office students and SA rose paint Get it together a couple of years ago, But recently, 100 students signed a petition calling for its removal. Superintendent Cabral says students voiced their concerns during a recent meeting on the issue. There were different viewpoints very consistent with what you're seeing, being played out in society. What was great was that the students all had a chance to speak all how to turn her chance to be listened and everyone was very mindful and very respectful that they're the ones few points. It was a very, very well thought out, organized and productive meeting. Cliff WBZ Boston's news radio. Which vaccine should you try to take? Doctors say anyone you can get that will be busy Jumbe back without story. Dr. Mark your whack over based a medical centers served on the governor's task force for the pandemic, he says There's far too much talk among the national media about people getting a 95% successful vaccine. As opposed to a 75% successful vaccine. Let's say you had the opportunity to get a covert vaccine that was 70% effective. Would you want to wait two months to get the 95% effective one and risk getting covert. In the meantime, I don't think so. The doctor says the intent of the vaccine is never to prevent you from absolutely not getting the virus but to prevent people from getting serious infections that could be deadly. In the Springfield bureau. John Bay Back WBZ Boston's news radio Senator Mitch McConnell is blasting a fellow Republican Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, She's become a lightning rod in Washington. He's scolding her for holding beliefs that he calls cancer for the GOP. ABC is Megan to museum with the update In 2019 video, she's heard calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a trader. It's a crime. Punishable by death and in a deleted Facebook post. Green examines whether a deadly California wildfire was started.
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"Mother to baby New research suggests Pregnant women pass on Corona virus antibodies to their newborns Gunfire in a Weymouth parking lot, this weekend's WBC's match here, says The search for a suspect is on a tragic scene here at the site of the old naval base in Weymouth. Norfolk County, D a. Michael Morrissey says four people were taken to the hospital around 3 A.m. Sunday morning. There's one person dead. Two other people with a parent can shop wounds and one other person for other medical reasons. This all happened in the parking lot of the mass light apartment complex in South Weymouth police. They're still trying to piece together exactly what led to the fatal shooting. But thanks to several witnesses, they have some leads. I believe that we're looking at whether or not there was event into us that spilled outside. No arrests have been made at this time. But the shooting does not appear to be random. Nor do police believe there's a threat to the public. That here, WBZ Boston's NewsRadio federal grand jury launches an investigation into possible fraud at the meth you in police Department. City officials also wrapped up in the investigation over concerns some conspired with former chief Jo Solomon to pad his own paycheck. As well as some of his top captain's. Solomon, who has since stepped down was put on administrative leave in December after a state report found the City Council approved pay raises for salaries of some top officials in the department in excess of $400,000 a year the black lives matter. Movement in the U. S gets a nod and a Nobel nomination. From the Norwegian Parliament. Can't forget that and OK, receive the Nobel Peace Prize and whether assassinated Dinitia Yancey is the founder of Black Lives matter. Boston She was excited to hear about the nomination, but says so much more needs to be done to remove the systems of oppression. While in the macro we see, you know the black lives matter, signs and shop windows and in people's yards. There are also people who are in prison right now for their BLM work, but not to get a wrong. She's grateful for the nomination and believes BLM deserves it are working in peace thinking it is making the world a better place for all of us to live in. And if black lives matter does win the Nobel Peace Prize movement, Folks, we would have some celebrations. Susan Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio 6 48 getting ready for a nor'easter. It is starting to affect portions of central and western Massachusetts right now and Everyone gets into the act in just a few hours right now in Boston. Cloudy skies 24 degrees, some disturbing numbers for a divided nation. More than 800 hate groups have been identified across the U. S. This is from a new study by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The numbers actually, ah, huge decrease from the group's documented in 2019. And there were more than 1000 of these hate groups in America in 2018, as well as we turn the page on the calendar to February. Those who have lost loved ones to Corona virus or looking back at the toll this pandemic has taken Scott Pelley with CBS's 60 Minutes spoke with a woman who had dreams of walk down the aisle instead finds a nightmare in a cemetery. Tim of 32, year old Security guard, and Lauren, a Chicago health insurance administrator, set their date. December 2021. But last April, when doctors were struggling to understand treatment, the big man fell hard after six days in the hospital. I got a call, and it was a doctor and I just heard like all these like Machines going off all these beeps in. She was asking me to have his mom call because it was an emergency. Tim's kidneys were failing. Then, a few minutes later, like the doctor called back when she called that time it was quiet. Machines had stopped beeping had stopped. Gonna tell the room was quiet. So I knew like it was real. He was God. Two weeks before she picked flowers for the wedding. Now she was choosing funeral wreaths. I had to contact our wedding venue. And let them know. Okay. He passed away. There won't be a wedding and I had to get that deposit that come them and then in turn Contribute that money to his burial. Tell me about Tim's funeral. Don't even refer to it as a funeral because he couldn't even have like a proper decent funeral. It was just a viewing because of the pandemic, and that's what hurts me the most because It was so personable. He was so charitable He was so warm. Yet. He had to die alone on a ventilator. And couldn't even get a proper celebration.
1 Dead, 3 Others Injured in South Weymouth Apartment Parking Lot Incident
"Year old man from Cambridge, dies in a shooting in Weymouth early Sunday morning as that investigation continues the very latest from WBC's match. Shearer a tragic scene here at the site of the old naval base in in Weymouth. Weymouth. Norfolk Norfolk County, County, D D A. A. Michael Michael Morrissey Morrissey says says four four people people were were taken taken to to the the hospital hospital around around 3 3 A.m. A.m. Sunday Sunday morning. morning. There's There's one one person person dead dead to to other other people people with with a a parent parent can shop wounds and one other person for other medical reasons. This all happened in the parking lot of the mass light apartment complex in South Weymouth police. They're still trying to piece together exactly what led to the fatal shooting. But thanks to several witnesses, they have some leads. I believe that we're Looking at whether or not do is advent into us that spilled outside. No arrests have been made at this time. But the shooting does not appear to be random. Nor do police believe there's a threat to the public match here.
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"Looking at accumulation of 36 inches for the South Shore, South Coast and Cape 6 to 10 inches in the city, 10 15 inches north and west of 4 95. Against strong winds leading to blowing snow for poor visibility and power outages and that heavy snow tapering into flurries on Tuesday high Tuesday 37 up here around 36 on Wednesday blustery and cloudy, some lingering snow on the Cape. Right now it is 21 degrees in Boston at 504, and we just got the latest covert numbers out in Massachusetts. The Department of Public Health Reporting 2546 new Cases along with 46 deaths tonight. Currently, there are just under 72,000 estimated active cases across the state. In addition, there are 1676 patients in the hospital with Cove it 371 of them are in ICUs, and the seven day positivity rate is now at 3.61%. Police are looking into an overnight shooting in Weymouth that left one dead and three injured WBC's match. Shearer has the story, several Weymouth residents woke up to the sound of gunshots at 3 A.m.. It was multiple enoughto. A lot of calls came into the way with police. Norfolk County D. A. Michael Morrissey says four people were taken to the hospital total. Three of them had been shot. One of those three did not survive. 1/4 is being treated for other medical reasons. This all happened in the parking lot of the mass delight apartment complex. Weymouth Police chief Richard Fuller says They're looking into whether an altercation at an indoor event spilled out into the bitter cold. We are aware that several people may have left the area either during or shortly after the incident. I would like to hear from them. If they saw anything, now would be a good time to come Speak to us. No arrests have been made. But she Fuller.
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"Deployed their van from the late night into the early morning. Hours morning, those without a home to prepare for the frigid temperatures. Pine Street Inn President Lindy a down, he says they freed up beds and opened up hotel rooms. But it's a mission made even more difficult by this pandemic will work really hard to make sure we have space for people. I think what is very challenging this year is trying to do our best to social distance within that space, right? And I think that is the dilemma. We're all facing The full forecast, of course, coming up after traffic on the threes, Big Step forward and the vaccine rollout for Massachusetts tomorrow, Phase two. Again, the highest priority people with 75 older then those 65 up with two or more co morbidity, ease as a fairly long list of occupations also included in Phase two, which set to run through March as a full list of those jobs and mass dot Gove along with all the information you need to know about registering and getting the shot. Among the top of the list. Early education in K 12 workers, grocery and restaurant employees, transit workers, retail workers, sanitation and public works employees again more details and mass stock of one person dead, three injured after shooting overnight in Weymouth WBC's match hero reports It's unclear what led to the incident, but police are looking into whether an indoor event at the mass late apartment complex spilled into the parking lot. The shots were fired. But we do know is that one person was killed and two more were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. Little I do know is that they will survive from the injuries. But that's ongoing. Norfolk County D a. Michael Morrissey says 1/4 person was taken in for other medical reasons related to the altercation. No arrests have been made, but police don't believe there's a threat to the public at the moment. In the meantime, they're busy talking to witnesses and gathering evidence of his cars and buildings have suffered damage, so they have to track down all of the same match your WBZ Boston's news radio coming up We've got the latest from Capitol Hill.
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"Is WBC news radio on my heart radio station. And degrees sunshine. Some high clouds in Boston at 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron in here's what's happening. Stakeout continuing in Weymouth, where police have responded in force to an apartment building, following reports of shots fired early this morning. Schedule WBC's match here who was in Weymouth and joins us live with the very latest net. Charlie. It's a tragic scene here at the Mass light apartment complex, According to Norfolk County, D. A. Michael Morrissey, three people were shot just before 3 A.m.. One of them is dead. The other two are expected to survive and 1/4 person was taken in for other medical issues relating to the incident. The D A says all victims were males, but he wasn't able to tell us anything more about them. Police are looking into whether or not this started and an event inside the building. And spilled out into the parking lot were. Ultimately the fatal shots were fired because it happened over a wide area outdoors, with several witnesses and many shots fired. Police have a ton of evidence to process but they're asking the public to please come forward with any information that could lead to an arrest with that said they do not believe the shooting was random, and there is no threat to the public at this time. Live in Weymouth. Matt. Sure. WBZ Boston's news radio. A nor'easter heading our Way could bring a foot of snow to some parts of the Bay State continuing tomorrow into Tuesday, and the National Weather Service has already issued a winter storm watch from much of the state. The storm is expected to include wind gusts up to 55 MPH power outages. Coastal flooding at high tide Tuesday afternoon. Very likely there's WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. Our Winter Storm is a pretty massive won lots of real estate. It's kind of difficulty for Chicago, Raleigh, Baltimore, Washington and New York in Boston Toe all get in on the same snowstorm. So that just kind of speaks to the enormity of this storm and NBC's taught at now with more on part Operations underway around heavily populated areas of New York. The storm is expected to pummel the area from D C to Boston. New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, is directed state agencies to assemble more than 1600, snow plows and £5000 of salt in preparation on Long Island, Nassau County Executive Lord current since it's going on for so long, we're going to need to have our county guys out. There are an urge those who may be traveling anywhere from Sunday night through Monday night to change their plans. We're asking you to stay off the roads as much as possible for your own. Safety. The storm is expected to dump around 7 to 14 inches of snow in and around New York City Todd at ABC News NEW YORK, The snow coming on the heels of a frigid cold snap and WBZ TV, Stephanie Chan went to the Pine Street Inn, where some beds have been freed up for those needing shelter from the cold as temperatures plunge, possibly into the single digits. Homeless shelters like the Pine Street Inn in Boston are working around the clock to keep people warm, really since Tuesday. We've been out trying to talk people into coming in. They've deployed their van from the late night into the early morning hours morning, those without a home to prepare for the frigid temperatures. Time Street in President Lindy A. Downy says they freed up beds and opened up hotel rooms. But it's a mission made even more difficult. By this pandemic. We'll work really hard to make sure we have space for people. I think.
Several Injured In Shooting At Weymouth Apartment in Boston
"The night broken in Weymouth early this morning after shooting breaks out in an apartment building, injuring at least two WBC's match here in Weymouth joins us live right now, with the very latest man. Charlie. The Norfolk County D A. Is expected to be here any minute with more information. But here's what we know so far just before 3 A.m. police were called to a shooting at the Mast Light apartment complex. At least two people were shot. No arrests have been made at this time. We don't know the condition of the victims yet, but police say it was not random and they're likely is no threat to the public. Regardless, Some residents were evacuated overnight while others stay put. This is a fairly new development on the site of a former naval air station to my right, I see an abandoned runway and to my left to sign that reads luxury living beyond that is a parking lot surrounded by police tape and several police cars clear indication that the investigation is ongoing and we'll continue to bring you updates as they become available Live in Weymouth. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio National Weather service,
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"Norfolk County A brand new program is already having an impact on that area seniors, The BBC's Chris Palmer explained. It's called, Are you okay? And thanks to it to people in the last month alone can now answer Yes. The first was on January 7th resident from Braintree, she had fallen and was unable to move. And then more recently on January, 22nd, the Quincy resident had fallen the previous evening and hit her head and was unable to get off the floor. Both women were rescued by first responders who were summons by personnel in the Norfolk County Sheriff's office after daily checking calls through the free program weren't answered, and relatives couldn't be reached Sheriff Patrick McDermott, and it should be reassuring for that's just the senior for the disabled person, But it's the reassurance of family members that somebody's looking out for their love. One Chris Mama w Busy Boston's news radio praise for the harbormaster in Marshfield in the assistant harbormaster to apparently they teamed up to rescue two surfers earlier this month out of Green Harbor. Patriot Ledger reports. The two were a man and woman from fell myth back on the fifth. Apparently, they lost their surfboards in the ocean waves that were having a lot of trouble. Harbormaster in the assistant managed to get them in by throwing them a heaving bag. Marshall police chief Phil to Barra says he has no doubt that those officers save two lives that day. 7 17 former FBI lawyer has been sentenced out for breaking the rules while investigating links before between former President Trump's campaign in 2016 and the Russians Kevin Kline Smith pleaded guilty last year to making a false statement about unaltered email used to justify a wiretap of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page client. Smith was the first and so far only person criminally charged by the special counsel. Former Attorney General Bill Bar appointed to explore the origins of the Russia investigation. The special counsel asked for prison time but that Judge sentenced client Smith to 12 months probation finding his alteration while serious did not necessarily change any outcome client, Smith said he took full responsibility and said he was ashamed. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK, The Pentagon says it is still dedicated to that agreed upon troop withdrawal from Afghanistan by May, the Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters the Taliban has not been honoring its commitment. Ending violent attacks against Afghan security forces, Kirby says that has been making it very hard to see a way forward down to 2500 right now. Of General Miller, the commander in Afghanistan, and, of course, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Gentlemen, we have made it clear that they believe that that is a sufficient number to accomplish the mission, which is largely a counterterrorism mission, and Kirby said both chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, and the top U. S commander in Afghanistan do believe the 2500 troops currently in that country are enough. Judge in New York has handed the Trump organization a legal setback now in its text battle with that state. New York State Supreme Court Judge Arthur Anger on ordered a law firm to turn over some documents to the state attorney general. The judge has ruled that some of the material related to the former president's business was not privileged, even though the firm claimed it was the attorney general Letitia James, is looking into accusations that former President Trump's company inflated the value of assets to get alone and also some tax breaks along with attracting new investors. And at the White House. President Biden next week says he plans to unveil a new task force for reuniting migrant families. Here's press secretary Jen Psaki, something that is his personally committed to his wife. Dr Biden is personally committed to and invested in on Dhere will plan to do to make that announcement next Tuesday. She says. The president expects that task force to be led by Alejandro My Yorkis once he's confirmed as secretary of Homeland Security. Jack, You're in Massachusetts at 7 19 after a long delay starting next month, Massachusetts And in the Merrimack Valley. Very familiar sight on 4 95 South bound right by exit, 48, the American dog sculpture right there in April, you might have seen it. But now it's a little bit different. The American dog sculpture is a Merrimack Valley thing. The giant dog stands russet and color often festooned with decorations, depending on the seasons like pumpkins for the fall. But someone veered off the road and hit it about 18 months ago, an artist deal Rogers like a lot of us has had a lot of spare time in the last year, I would say beginning of May until about December. We will work on getting doing the design work and all that in this build from the time we get the medal in the gold and report the past that was about a month process bigger too much bigger. The old dog was 16 ft. Tall in a foot wide. This one is 26. Tall and 4 ft.
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"In terms of increased rate of death in terms of poverty, a whole range of things. Bonnet way will also be hurt long term economically. Some Republican lawmakers have been barking at that nearly $2 billion price tag trillion dollars studies. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, though, says economists agree. If there's not more help, many more people will lose their small businesses, the roofs over their heads and the ability to feed their families. Gamestop Stone is a video game retailer. Now it's game on for the most talked about stock so far this year came stop. Shares are rocketing higher after stock trading at Robin Hood resumed trading of that stock and a dozen others caught up in the big short squeeze play. This week. Social media was ablaze with criticism for Robin Hood after the suspension, even getting members of Congress on both sides of the aisle to question the move. The Securities and Exchange Commission says it's looking into the extreme volatility of certain stocks and says it will act to protect retail investors to CBS business reporter Jason Burger Gamestop shares up today 67% or so little bit of a dip. We're going to after hours trading a new program maybe to keep eyes on those in the community. WBC's Chris Farmer was born a program in Norfolk County. It can literally be the difference between life and death. It has been and has been a free program at the Norfolk County Sheriff's office that checks in on vulnerable residents with the daily phone call in the event that we don't receive a phone call back. We don't have an identification that the phone call was received. Then our staff jumps into action. First comes a follow up call to the participant If there's still no answer. Called goes to relatives and in extreme circumstances. First responders perform a wellness check Norfolk County Sheriff Patrick McDermott. That's where our saves have come in is when people have hit their head. They either had a heart attack or slipped and fall in the shower in the bathroom. The senior who can't get up may not make it so That's why these daily calls is so imperative. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio for a weight. We're gonna head off the Wall Street. Now. Andrew All day is at Bloomberg Bell got rung on what was a roller coaster ride of a week. Yeah, the the Reddit Day. Traders taking on Wall Street cost hedge funds, hoping to cash in on bets against American companies billions of dollars to make for a wild week for the markets and Wall Street got to finish you might have expected Dow lost 621. NASDAQ Down 266 s and P 500 Down 73 the tough day and so a tough week it makes for a tough 2021 so far, the down finishes the trading month down. 2% S and P ends January down 1%. Now is that hanging onto its yearly game for now of 1.4%, as his name tells him, Colgate Palmolive makes him well known consumer products in addition to the two toothpaste and dish soap makes Ajax cleaners and Irish spring soap. Company posted earnings and revenue that were higher than a year ago. But it also warns of uncertainty ahead and something that could be said for all of the market. Today, the Dow lost 621 and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. You're.
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"Residents in Norfolk County, WBZ Chris Farmer explains. It's called, Are you okay? And thanks to it to people in the last month alone, can now answer Yes. The first was on January 7th resident from Braintree, she had fallen and was unable to move and then more recently on January. 22nd, the Quincy resident, had fallen the previous evening and hit her head and was unable to get off the floor. Both women were rescued by first Responders who were summons by personnel in the Norfolk County Sheriff's office after daily checking calls through the free program weren't answered and relatives couldn't be reached Sheriff Patrick McDermott, and it could be reassuring for not just the senior for the disabled person, but it's the reassurance of family members that somebody's looking out for them of one Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio President Biden's unveiling a new task force for reuniting migrant families. It'll happen on Tuesday. Here's White House press secretary Jen Psaki, something that is his personally committed to his wife. Dr Biden is personally committed to and invested in on Dhere will plan to do to make that announcement next Tuesday. President expects the task force to be led by Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security after a long delay, Massachusetts It'll run from February 22nd of April 25th and also includes cheerleading into a track and unified basketball. Randolph Man convicted of being a habitual offender getting some good news from the States appeals court. WBC's Carl Stevens has that story in 2016. Ricardo Barbosa of Randolph was convicted of raping a woman and because he'd been in trouble with the law before he faced a separate trial charged with being a habitual offender. He wanted to represent himself in that trial, but the judge said no He was convicted of being a habitual offender. Well, the rape conviction stands, but the state appeals court has overturned the habitual offender conviction ruling the judge aired in denying the defendant his constitutional right to represent himself, so he gets a new trial. And maybe he'll find his lawyer in the mirror. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, a former FBI lawyer faces sentencing for altering an email during the Russia investigation. NBC's Erica Turkey has more on that. Kevin Kline Smith pleaded guilty last year to making a false statement about unaltered email used to justify a wiretap of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page client. Smith was the first and so far only person criminally charged by the special counsel. Former Attorney General Bill Bar appointed to explore the origins of the Russia investigation. Special counsel asked for prison time, but the judge sentenced client Smith to 12 months probation. Finding his alteration, while serious did not necessarily change any outcome client. Smith said he took full responsibility and said he was ashamed. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK, A Republican legislator in the New Hampshire House doesn't wear a face mask for more than three hours of testimony in a hearing room today. It's just a day after he returned from a trip to Florida representative Albelda Sorrow for London Every says he was social distancing throughout the trip and later put on a face mask to satisfy anyone who was quote, whining and complaining. House speaker's office is all the sorrow was allowed to lead public hearings because he met the criteria for breaking quarantine. The Pentagon says it remains dedicated to an agreed upon troop withdrawal from Afghanistan by May. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, though telling reporters the Taliban has not been honoring its commitment to end violent attacks against Afghan security forces. And that's been making it very hard to see a way forward down to 2500 right now. Of General Miller, the commander in Afghanistan, and, of course, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Gentlemen, we have made it clear that they believe that that is a sufficient number to accomplish the mission, which is largely a counterterrorism mission, Kirby says both chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, and the top U. S commander in Afghanistan, General Scott Miller, believed the 2500 troops currently in the country are enough. Detroit man is facing a federal far tart fraud charge after he allegedly used investors money through fuel is habit of buying lottery tickets. Federal prosecutors say Victor Joan, I used his experience as a real estate broker to get people to give him money for what he said were lucrative property deals. He's now facing fraud charges because the government says Joan, I used the money to buy lottery tickets a lot of them. They say he was buying as much as $1 million in Michigan lottery tickets every week. And cheated investors out of $19 million Jennifer Keiper CBS News There's some to spend your money on going to the ball game. There's a chance in the second half of this year, stadiums could be opening again. For fans, and we have a reminder for you have just how expensive being a fan At the stadium could be a new report from sports data site. 10 bets put together a formula to rank the most expensive sports stadiums based on a cost of the ticket. Two beers, a hot dog and parking well, congrats Red Sox fans a trip to Fenway, the second most expensive trip in all of major league Baseball at $97 apiece. Bruins number two in the NHL on $162 per person. The Celtics at number four in the N B, A at $167 and the six time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots 185 Bucks per person at Foxboro number eight in the NFL pull the most expensive package and all four of the major league sports. I can't even believe I'm saying this the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, you'll throw away over $260 Jim McKay, WBZ Boston's news radio..
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"Croft worked as a nurse in a Worcester hospital. The U. S attorney, Andrew Ellie, as he uses drugs himself, then attempted to conceal his crime by replacing that diverted narcotics with saline. Sentencing has been set for May crop could get up to four years in prison, a year of supervised release and a fine of up to $250,000, a new program that aims to keep eyes on those in the community. WBC's Chris Fumble with more on the program in Norfolk County can literally be the difference between life and death. It has been and has been a free program at the Norfolk County Sheriff's office that checks in on vulnerable residents with the daily phone call in the event that we don't receive a phone call back. We don't have an identification that the phone call was received, then our staff Jumps into action. First comes a follow up call to the participant. If there's still no answer, a call goes to relatives and in extreme circumstances. First responders perform a wellness check Norfolk County Sheriff Patrick McDermott. That's where our saves of command is. When people have hit their head. They either had a heart attack or slipped and fall in the shower in the bathroom, but senior who can't get up. May not make it so That's why these daily calls is so imperative. Chris Mama WBZ Boston's news radio to await after Wall Street We go on this Friday, and Rhodey is at Bloomberg. It was a bit worse, but it's still not good. Yeah, we really want to do this. The public tussle between the day traders and the institutions has been rattling nerves on a Wall Street accustomed to seeing business done a certain way every day Right now indexes are falling. But, as you say not are worse now losing just 505 points that was down more than 700 earlier. NASDAQ Losing 238 S and P 500 down 60 to the Securities and Exchange Commission says it is now seeking to identify potential misconduct and will scrutinize brokerages decisions to halt buying the trigger to retail investor revolt. Remarks are the most aggressive yet from Wall Street's top regulator following the weeklong frenzy that seems small time investors harness social media to.
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"Tuesday could see more than a half a foot of snow will have more coming up in detail with meteorologist Bob Larson. Back to Cove it it's now claimed the lives of more than 432,000 Americans. This month. 86,000 Americans have died after getting Cove in the deadliest month since this whole thing. Began now, the White House says, is going to wrap it up. It's gonna mobilize and wrap up those vaccinations. Wrong claim is Biden's chief of staff. It's hardly dead in the water. I think it's gaining a lot of momentum on Capitol Hill. We've been here seven days and I think we've done more to advance a bill in seven days than any administration in history playing appearing on the CBS Evening News, he says. They're watching the new variants very closely and warily will have more on that. In just a moment, And this story the state of Massachusetts has a dubious distinction were one of the hot spots for a coup, VID link illness and Children. The CDC putting Massachusetts in their top 10 list of states with the highest number of cases of pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome. No deaths in Children from that reported in Massachusetts. Program making a difference in Norfolk County. It's called, Are you okay? And thanks to it to people in the last month alone can now answer Yes. The first was on January 7th, the resident from Braintree, she had fallen and was unable to move and then more recently on January, 22nd, the Quincy resident had fallen the previous evening and hit her head and was unable to get off the floor. Both women were rescued by first responders who were summons by personnel in the Norfolk County Sheriff's Office after daily checking calls through the free Program weren't answered and relatives couldn't be reached Sheriff Patrick McDermott, and it should be reassuring for not just the senior for the disabled person. But it's the reassurance of family members that somebody's looking out for them of one Chris Mama WBZ Boston's news radio and also be a break in the loneliness for some isolated seniors as well getting that call. I've heard that anecdotally from some senior so Even number you can sign up for that free program by calling. I know numbers. They're tough, But here we go. 1866 978 65 1866 978 65, Which is Are you okay? All right. Let's see of Wall Street is okay. We're going to check those numbers right now for you Know, boy, the Dow is sliding right now it's down more than 400 points. It's all the way back down to 30,188. It's up, it's down. What about games? Stop? We're following that. That's been a wild ride as MP dropping 49 NASDAQ plummeting more than 143 points. This is not how we wanted to end the trading week. Not that new TV for the big game isn't just delicately balancing on a table somewhere double BBC's Jim McKay with more on why that is a bad idea and what you should do about it. Let's face it, even without the Super Bowl around the corner. Our living rooms have become the centerpiece of our lives during the pandemic kid climbing all over furniture and exploring. We got parents who have to deal with it being a school playground and Jim Jomar deac with Consumer Protection Safety Commission on the dangers of large TVs out of the open and not secured. Especially with the kids around all adds up to a chance at a TV or a piece of furniture is going to tip over and hurt your child. Now, many of us upgrade our big screens around Big games. Correct installation can save you a trip to the hospital put it just up on the wall. That's the ideal situation. If not, you need to get an anchor kit. Sometimes those anchor kids even come with new TVs. They're only about 10 bucks if you buy one separately, Jim McKay wbz Boston's news radio kids, no matter how many smart devices you having rules, you can tell them all. Played WBC news radio on I Heart radio, the attic where I hide sometimes so you'll always be in the know Kennedy cop it..
Man Struck In Fatal Hit And Run Crash In Stoughton, Boston
"Stone police there looking for answers. After a fatal hit and run W B Z sit. Sherry Small has more details. A man writing a mope Ed was hit and killed in stone overnight in a hit and run accident. The Norfolk County district attorney's office says it happened on route 1 39 by the 24 overpass, a four lane roadway. It happened right around 2 A.m.. Someone who came upon the scene called police. The victim, a man in his twenties. Pronounced dead at the scene. Police are investigating and searching for the driver. So far, no arrests cherry
Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Boston Area Police Officers Accused Of Misconduct
"A new public record, making it easier to identify noncredible cops in the Boston area. We find out more from W busies match here. 136 names appear on the list of Suffolk County cops with credibility issues. District Attorney Rachel Rollins released the spreadsheet last night at nine PM as a large protest took place downtown, calling for police reform. Along with each officer's name. The list includes their agency alleged misconduct and any repercussions they faced. The recent state police overtime scandal is the most common offence. But other more serious allegations include assault with a deadly weapon and rape. Prosecutors are required by law to notify the defense of these matters if an officer is to be a witness in a court case, the Boston Globe and pressure DEA Rollins into making this list public after she initially refused. Middlesex in Norfolk counties have already published their lists. Others are working on it.
Boston - Some law enforcement wants Massachusetts courthouses to continue virtual hearings
"The the pandemic. pandemic. The The Massachusetts Massachusetts court's court's issued issued an an emergency emergency order order forcing forcing all all court court hearings hearings to to be be held held via videoconferencing. A local sheriff wants to keep that practice going even after Corona virus wanes as we hear from W. B Z is Kim Tung Cliff? Norfolk County Sheriff Jerry McDermott thinks it's worked so well. He's signing on to a bill filed by representative Allyson Sullivan that would make the Videoconferencing of court hearings permanent by statute. McDermott believes videoconferencing would cut down on the spread of Corona virus and have other benefits as well. My predecessor, Sheriff Mike Bellotti, and I agree needless trips from the jail to the courthouse on Ly cost the taxpayers money. It's not good for the environment, and it also opens up the opportunity for courtroom violence. It also opens up the opportunity for contraband to be smuggled from the general public to somebody at a courthouse and then back into the jail in House of Correction. The bill would also replace existing local police lock ups with regional detention centers and sheriff's Department's Kim Tana
Boston - Officer-Involved Shooting In Braintree Sends Man To Hospital
"Radio an officer involved shooting in Braintree police in Braintree receiving a call to respond to an address on Grover street yesterday afternoon for the report of an armed man in front of the home this man in his fifties shot and wounded by police taken to south shore hospital his condition unknown state police and the Norfolk County district attorney's office are
Mass. Gov. Baker announces non-essential businesses to remain closed through May 4, stay-at-home advisory extension
"Home the order from governor Charlie Baker is nonessential businesses keep the doors locked through the end of April I mean nothing an extension of the time line for all non essential businesses to keep their physical work places and facilities closed to all workers customers and the public until may fourth WBZ's James Rowe Haas with the latest on corona virus in the Commonwealth the department of public health says there are over sixty six hundred confirmed cases in the bay state with the number of deaths reaching eighty nine the counties with the most cases are Suffolk and Middlesex counties followed by Essex and Norfolk counties Boston mayor Walsh on WBZ newsradio today said three people have died in Boston from the virus sixty eight people have recovered
Boston - 13 New Coronavirus Cases Brings Massachusetts Total To 41
"Congressman Stephen Lynch says he believes mayor Marty Walsh's decision to cancel the St Patrick's day parade in South Boston over concerns about the corona virus was the correct one based on the data and advice from federal state and local health officials Lynch says he's also an agreement to cancel the annual St Patrick's day breakfast at the convention center more from WBZ's Nicole Davis health officials say there are now thirteen more presumptive positive cases here in Massachusetts bringing the total number of presumptive positive cases to forty with one additional case confirmed by the CDC is that the majority of the cases are in Middlesex County fifteen ten and each Suffolk and Norfolk counties five in Berkshire county and one in Worcester county public health department saying all of the most recent presumptive positive cases are either isolated at home or they're in recovery and health care facility none of these new cases to or directly connected to that Biogen employee conference in Boston late last month over the Marriott long wharf that brings the total number of cases connected to that conference to thirty two Nicole Davis WBZ Boston news
Boston - Medfield barbershop owner charged with indecent assault, rape
"A barber in Medfield has been arrested and charged with indecent assault and rape WBZ TV's Kristina rex has the story the barber shop is open but the name is washed off and taped out after owner Irvin Bizarro was arrested in February charged with four counts of indecent assault and battery on an intellectually disabled person and one count of rape the thirty eight year old from Oxbridge has cut here in town for about a decade but the recent arrest was not Bizarros first court documents show the barber was arrested in twenty sixteen and currently has two open cases in Worcester county one for rape of a child and indecent assault and battery and another for a decent assault and battery of a different child both in the early two thousands of infants are I was currently held without bail at the Norfolk County house of corrections and if the police are running his barber shop
Boston: Second Person Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Massachusetts
"Radio concern is growing in Massachusetts over corona viruses second person tests positive for the illness WBZ's don Huff with details health officials say a Norfolk County woman in her twenties who recently traveled to Italy has tested positive she's recovering at home her test results will be sent to the centers for disease control and if confirmed she would be the second case of the virus in Massachusetts the first confirmed case the UMass Boston student is recovering they also say the risk to the public from the virus remains low New Hampshire is dealing with what could be its first coronavirus case a hospital worker who recently traveled to Italy testing positive and is currently at home in Grafton county recovering from what are described as mild symptoms his state test results will be sent to the CDC for
Boston: Second presumptive positive case of coronavirus tested in Mass., health officials say
"A a second second person person in in the the state state test test positive positive for for the the corona corona virus virus those those results results will will be be sent sent to to the the CDC CDC for for further further testing testing and and confirmation here's WBZ-TV's Julie my Donald the Norfolk County woman in her twenties recently traveled to Italy with a school group she is now recovering at home the first confirm patient a UMass Boston students who traveled from China is also recovering well across the state the risk remains low everyone is encouraged to take simple precautions please remember to wash your hands often with warm soapy water however your mouth if you cough or sneeze and stay home when you're feeling sick still many in Boston admitted to all people are talking about we just left the office I wipe down our phones just because like all the difference in the commuter at all people coughing on neo everyone's like using Clorox and wiping out all their like stuff that they're using because everyone's touching everything self hygiene's pretty important right now one city pharmacy in Waltham this sign by the door answers the question employees now here all day long they've seen a significant increase in customers and phone calls asking for medical masks and hand sanitizer were sold out within the first few customers because they wrapped everything the store restocked while they could but now no lock this is our ordering websites and as you can see like all the Charles all the incentives are gone and like there's no release dates are going to come more available the department of public health launched a website that will be updated weekly with the latest facts about corona virus and any additional cases in our region
Russia, Michael Chesney and Brian Clark discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"A quarter of an inch of rain officially in denver yesterday and after a wet day like yesterday we often deal with fog the following morning and so be prepared for fog this morning especially on the east and south sides of town that's where we seem to have had most of it so far eighty eight degrees for the high today under partly cloudy skies this afternoon there's a ten percent chance for late day thunderstorm tonight lows in the sixties tomorrow clouds on the increase was scattered afternoon thunderstorms chance of rain tomorrow about thirty percent with a high of eightyseven and then back to sunny hot and dry weather starting wednesday highs in the mid to upper nineties from cbs four mash now terry on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm currently we have sixty one degrees and some fog this morning depending on what part of town you're in plenty of clouds to now on colorado's morning news president trump and russian leader vladimir putin already sitting down this morning in finland the two made them arrival minutes ago sharing a handshake and a photo op the president says there's a lot on the table discuss discussions on everything two missiles nuclear we'll be talking a little bit about china mentioning everything except election meddling in cybersecurity that is maybe two comments of us today summit as an opportunity that he thinks the world will want to see both countries get along we will end up having an extraordinary relationship i hope so i've been saying i'm sure you've heard over the years and as i can pain bed getting along with russia is a good thing not a bad president trump and putin are meeting behind closed doors including only translators in the room the two are expected to hold a joint news conference later this morning we'll bring you that live when it happens to people including a police officer dead in massachusetts they were shot and killed with the officers weapon authorities say weymouth police officer michael chesney saw a man who they say was a manual lopes vandalizing a home lopes then attacked offset chasma is leaving the large stone norfolk county assistant da gregg connor says after officer chesnut fell to the ground lopes moved in and picked up his gun and discharge several times in his head and chest they forty two year old chestnut was killed as other officers gave chase lopes kept firing striking a local resident in her home these wounds were fatal to her lopes was taken into custody brian clark abc news as you wake up this morning and on your drive in you'll notice some patches.
China central bank says cannot refuse, discriminate against cash payments
"Unions forging ahead after the supreme court deals a large blow in a recent ruling you leaders to make their voices heard now more than ever after the supreme court's decision to not force nonmembers to pay public sector union fees the courts conservative majority decided union contract negotiations were linked with political activities a decision af afdc president randi weingarten calls manipulation of the constitution so let's make no mistake about it this was a an access special attack on us critic hans von spas vosges says the decision offers workers more choices moving forward this was a great upholding a first amendment right the right not to be forced union leaders and speakers encourage members to stay involved and keep their eyes set on the fall election in pittsburgh tie kirkland fox news morning in massachusetts after a police officer is killed a massachusetts police officer as well as an elderly woman both killed michael chasma of the weymouth police was responding to a car accident investigators say a lobes fled the scene and proceeded vandalizing nearby house officer chestnut pulled out his firearm and demanded loaf stop norfolk county district attorney greg connor says that's when the officer was attacked with iraq striking him in the head officer chesnut fell to the ground lopes then accused of taking chesney gun and fatally shooting him with it he reportedly fired several rounds also killing it on identified woman is stray bullets sprayed her home he's now in police custody tom graham fox news china's economic growth slowed to six point seven percent for the second quarter down from six point eight adding to challenges for beijing with the mounting tariff battle the decline was expected after beijing tightened controls on bank lending last year to cool surging debt forecasters say without sediment the tariff war between the us and china could weigh on activity i'm an character fox news radio from the florida central credit union home loans.
Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody
"Russia's election meddling with putin during that call karen travers abc news traveling with the president in helsinki chicago police released bodycam video showing harith augustus reaching for a holstered gun as he ran away from officers before they shot and killed him killing touched off violent protests last night the video released following clashes with police and protesters this weekend at least four injured in several moral wrestling demonstrators scuffled with officers in jumped on patrol cars on the south siders chicago abc's zachary quiche there have been some protests tonight weymouth massachusetts police officer michael chesney was shot and killed responding to a report of a car driving erratically here arrived at an accident scene defined suspect emmanuel lobes vandalizing a house norfolk county massachusetts assistant district attorney greg connor lopes then attacked off so chasma is believed when a large stone striking him in the head nassir chesnut fell to the ground dan retrieve office suggestions firearm discharged several times in his head and chest chestnut six year veteran was killed lopes ran continuing to shoot one of those bullets killing an elderly woman in her home lopes eventually catch catcher he's hospitalized a wildfire that broke out friday in central california has blackened more than six square miles since then killing a firefighter and spurring the closure of a key route into yosemite national park you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era babbel's awardwinning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning spanish french or german and best of all you'll remember what you've learned i always thought i was bad at languages but after using babble i can tell you i was just taught the wrong way using babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons you can be speaking confidently in the new language within weeks i was amazed that i could start having real life conversations right away so fast now i'm seeking status no wonder babble is the.
Massachusetts top court upholds 20-day voter registration cut-off
"Is a private company says is planning to offer common shares investment firm silverlake and michael dell took del private in two thousand thirteen companies still losing money but tells losses have been tracking and sales grew nineteen percent in his latest quarter business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty tracy thank you and the white house has just announced that secretary of state mike pompeo we'll make another diplomatic trick to north korea it will be his third trip to pyongyang white house press secretary sarah sanders has pompeo will leave for the korean peninsula on july fifth so this week and you can expect fireworks if a different kind after president trump's announced been next week on his choice to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy the president says just this morning he interviewed four candidates for the post he plans on meeting with four others before next week's announcement cbs's steven portnoy reports abortion rights will be a key factor in the senate debate after the nominee is known in the campaign the president made it clear he'd appoint justices who would vote to overturn roe versus wade now he says he won't ask perspective picks for their views on abortion the list from which he's choosing has been preapproved by conservative groups cbs news has learned the two leading contenders are both pella judges brent kavanagh of the dc circuit court and amy coney barrett of the seventh circuit based in chicago the white house says counsel don mcgann will lead the overall nomination process as he did for the confirmation of justice neal gorsuch last year former governor deval patrick's brotherinlaw will spend the fourth of july locked up after making his plea for freedom while awaiting trial the prosecutor told the judge she wants former governor deval patrick's brotherinlaw bernard sigh of milton held without bail until he goes to trial he's accused of raping kidnapping and assaulting a woman last december in an apartment the two shared the victim claims he forced her to have sex and held her against her will cy has pleaded not guilty and ordered no contact with the woman but today milton police detective vaulter pirates testified that earlier this year cycle used a special app to anonymously send messages and texts and that he asked a friend to kidnap her so that he could talk to her the judge is expected to make a decision on bail on july eighteenth in norfolk county superior court sheri small wbz newsradio ten thirty in massachusetts the cutoff voter registration remains at twenty days prior to election day the aclu had gone to court arguing the cutoff came just when people's interest in the candidates and issues is peaking will the aclu argued that cutoff prevents thousands of qualified on registered voters from translating that interest into action in other words from voting well the supreme court did not agree ruling the twenty day cutoff is quote reasonable and their words wbz news time four forty two traffic in a minute tom cuddy right now in the as tikka dot com sports studio red sox nationals first of three washington rick pacelle oh starts day two of.
Flat-Earther launches himself into sky in steam-powered rocket
"Healthiest places in america dukes county that's martha's vineyard comes in as the fifth healthiest county in the nation norfolk county also coming in as a respectable eighteenth place the healthiest county in the country is fall church county virginia and a california man trying to prove that the earth is flat finally gets his rocket launch a limo driver successfully launched himself in a homemade steam powered rocket sunday to make his case the rocket with the words research flat earth on it was launched almost two thousand feet into the air above the mojave desert erased an estimated speed of three hundred fifty miles an hour before activating hughes parachute us had to deploy a second parachute because a rocket.