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04:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Lena's mother passed lena's older sister mary. Olive died as well after fighting a long bout of the same disease. Her obituary read quote. The last few hours she lived was of great suffering yet. Her faith was firm and she was ready for the change and quote. Exeter held a funeral for mary. Olive all the townsfolk sang a hymn that. Mary selected on her deathbed called. One sweetly solemn thought beliefs are about someone begging god to be nearby as they slip over the brink of death into whatever comes next. But there's a reason that lena just a decade later receives so much less fanfare than her sister. A reason why the townsfolk weren't so keen to be in close quarters with the browns. One death is sad to is tragic but after three people start thinking that this family is infected like cursed or something they were once a family of five and now they're down to to just george and his twenty four year old son edwin and eddie will now. he's sick to. He's actually been sick for a while leading dies. He spent something like two years in colorado. His health. Hoping the western air might do him some good but it didn't. He returned to rhode island shortly after. Lena took her last breath by the end of february eighteen. Ninety two. he's counting down his final days on earth. Trying to make them as comfortable as possible. But eddie's well liked around town so he's not short on people willing to lend a hand before hospice and hospitals attending to the dying was considered a position of honor. In new england society even had a name for it watchers in addition to doling out medicine and taking care of basic needs watchers. Made sure that when somebody passed they weren't alone someone they loved was sitting by their side. Easing them through families. Even entire villages would take ships but any makes a controversial decision. He doesn't choose his father to be as watcher. he stays with his in-laws. Why will it turns out eddie. Might want to stay far far away. From the brown family farm one winter night a group of well intentioned townsfolk georgia's doorstep with a wild theory. They think the disease plaguing georgia's family is caused by one of three things to are buried underground and one is in a crypt. They're basically like what if your wife and daughters aren't dead or aren't always dead. What if they're undefeated and feeding on the living tissue and blood of your son now. They don't use the word vampire in conversation but they do suggest that george exhume his wife and two daughters to see if there's any fresh blood in their hearts if there is they'll know for sure that eddie's health is being siphoned by a loved one from beyond the grave as you can imagine this all sounds like three shades to ridiculous to george. He's surely a god fearing man and disturbing the dead probably feels like it's breaking all kinds of commandments. But at the end of the day he doesn't have another option. Medicine has failed. Prayers have failed and he has a town of people scared about what will happen if the disease is in contained. So after talking it over with eddie george actually says yes to zooming his family under one condition. He doesn't want to be there. He refuses to bear witness so on march seventeenth eighteen. Ninety two george stays behind as four. Neighbors dr metcalfe and possibly correspondent from the providence journal head over to the brown family cemetery. The good doctor more or less thinks this trip is a joke. And the supernatural beliefs being flaunted are laughable. He even says as much but goes along with it. If only to

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Half a dozen NBC10 employees test positive for COVID-19 in Cranston, SW of Boston

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00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Half a dozen NBC10 employees test positive for COVID-19 in Cranston, SW of Boston

"Far as where we stand as a country, the stats from Johns Hopkins United States is confirmed over 11.2 million diagnosed cases and 247,000 people is to come to this covert 19 pandemic. Fact, Brian Amaral in The Providence Journal says that the NBC affiliate NBC, Tennis among the business is dealing with clusters of positive covert tests as the virus surges in the ocean state, according to three sources at the station. In the union. Rep. At least a half dozen people have tested positive for the virus in the last couple of weeks. And NBC 10, which Has its offices and Cranston. The three sources spoke anonymously because they weren't authorized to discuss the problem publicly. I'm sure that's going over real big over there. The business manager for the union representing NBC. 10 employees confirm that several cases have popped up this month Soap. Be doing some distancing over there.

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Boston - New Guidance on Massachusetts-Rhode Island Travel Restrictions

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - New Guidance on Massachusetts-Rhode Island Travel Restrictions

"About the state's cove in 19 travel restrictions. Few states that were recently taken off the list apparently do not meet all the criteria to do so. There's two factors that have to be met here. A state needs seven consecutive days of a lower than 5% positive test average, and they also need to have a daily average of fewer than six new positive tests per 100,000 residents again. This is for seven straight days. Now. The Providence Journal reports Wyoming, Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia, all four of which are now off the restriction list. Well, they all missed on at least one of these metrics. But Rhode Island is still on the restriction list. And that state too, is close. But not quite there with the metrics. Massachusetts residents can do a quick trip over the border. Maybe go to shopping and do some similar activities like that. Go to a restaurant without taking a test. But if you're in Rhode Island for any extended period before you come back to Massachusetts. You still have to get a test or quarantine when you come back over the border, 12 away

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Fourteenth Providence journal's mark Reynolds says summer's coming to our small state that has always leaned very heavily on its ability to welcome visitors from other states especially during the peak season and it's right around the bend but right now all out of state visitors must immediately quarantine themselves for fourteen days which is a lot of time on the front end of a vacation to the ocean state so what's going to happen during the summer of this covert nineteen pandemic governor Gina Raimondo said yesterday the visitors may have to be tested to avoid a quarantine but she said that that wasn't the only possibility so enter afternoon news conference yesterday the governor took a deep breath when she was asked if she foresees any scenario in which the fourteen day quarantine requirement continues through the summer she said I don't think so she said I hesitate because I don't know I don't know what July is going to look like nobody does quite frankly I mean you know this you got a crystal ball I guess one option that the governor raised more than once on Wednesday the possibility of testing tourists for corona virus so the question becomes can we do that do we have the capacity to do that and how to we administer it she said we're looking at it from under suggesting that such an approach would involve working with the hospitality industry and testing would indeed be encouraged crazy times you know on March first that's for sure seven thirty eight and you know with the Supreme Court of the United States is in business and they're doing things with teleconferencing and so is the run island Supreme Court too and they're hearing some arguments remotely as we hear from Jarrod Pelletier and NBC ten instead of all rise it's more like can you hear me good morning to counsel and welcome to the Rhode Island Supreme Court the virtual version the first time in the history of Rhode Island Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments in cases with the use of remote technology people could listen in live on YouTube this is truly a historic occasion.

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"Warning Providence journal reports protected resident got a call from a woman using the name of Providence police major David Levitan scammer told the woman there was a warrant for her arrest instructor to wire money to a Walgreens real major lab and says he's not sure of the news cameras in response to a warning issued earlier in the week about a virtual kidnapping scam Toby Street on ramp to route six west in Providence being permanently closed on Tuesday right I will establish a detour says it does not expect significant delays or congestion new bridge of rabble be built over the next two years as part of the six ten interchange project Providence St represent of Anastasia Williams reportedly used a racial slur on the house floor in response to another state representative who allegedly assaulted her she did not name the person it happened last night during debate about the minimum wage house speaker Nicholas Maddie ello urge the person who made the comments to apologize to Williams sports college hockey Providence verses Vermont seven oh five on newsradio one oh four seven FM get news twenty four seven on demand at news radio all right dot com charges against a former top official I'm rich Denison fox news the justice department today announcing it ending its criminal investigation into former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe became will not face charges of lying to investigators about immediately concerning the Clinton foundation two years after the department launched an investigation president trump had urged the justice department to take action against McCabe as he accused him another FBI officials of illegally targeting his campaign by opening an investigation into alleged collusion with Russia the decision comes a day after Attorney General William Barr told ABC news the justice department acted independently when it reverses sentencing recommendation for the presence longtime associate Roger stone boxes Rachel Sutherland in Washington prosecutors completing their closing arguments today and Harvey Weinstein's rape trial he's charged with two sexual assault in New York he faces a possible life sentence if the jury returned guilty verdicts guilty verdicts against up high profile attorney accused of extortion a New York jury found Michael of ninety guilty on all three charges transmission of interstate communications with intent to extort attempted extortion and wire fraud his attorney Howard sprint X. spoke briefly outside of.

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Only according to the Providence journal of folk singer who wrote songs recorded by Linda Ronstadt Emmylou Harris died following a heart attack like he was performing in Florida only was on stage in Santa Rosa beach on Saturday when he was stricken at the age of seventy one only grew up in Lincoln was part of the music scene in Nashville for decades and had recorded more than twenty albums according to a release about his death posted to his website he was performing Saturday at the thirty a song writers festival a biography on the festival's website said that only incorporated a variety of styles in his music too including honky tonk and rock only quote tells marvelous stories with characters who cling to hope and during love that's according to Emmylou Harris who issued a statement included in the release the ACLU says a protective middle school student was wrongfully arrested last summer is Kourtney Carter from I witness news the ACLU of our island announces taking legal action Monday on behalf of a second student who was arrested in June at golf middle school that student treasure Johnson is now fourteen years old her mother teak wood Johnson spoke Monday my child went from all going to not want to go anywhere to not want to talk to people every time she thieves up what we thought before she thinks she's going to be arrested Johnson says her daughter is anxious since the arrest the family says Johnson and another student got into a verbal and physical fight before school but other students broke it up and no one was hurt Johnson was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct this school district and city released a statement reading and part all protocols are probably followed and that the ACLU's potential lawsuit is without merit the ACLU claims a school resource officer and the school district violated Johnson civil rights and several state laws and says school officers are treating students like criminals one description as he said he was itching to arrive someone Johnson says she now has a second job in order to send her daughter to a private school do you feel comfortable going back there I had to do what I have to do pick up another job so I could put my daughter in private school because she would not go back there well according to state law the US they now is forty days to respond to the filing and is a Courtney Carter from I witness news and noticed in yesterday's political scene at seventy nine state employees made over two hundred thousand dollars last year your eyes president basketball coach among the top earners last year five of the top thirty earners were correctional officers to the rack up all of that overtime pay you are eyes head men's basketball coach this David **** in the second year directing the rams made seven hundred eleven thousand three hundred and forty four blocks and then you've got your eyes president David duly rounded out the top three three hundred ninety seven thousand forty five Bucks so your eyes head basketball coach makes a lot more than the president of the.

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07:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Providence journal over there at the state house given a gene reminders going to deliver televised state of the state address at seven PM Tuesday in the house chamber I guess you can catch it on the always thrilling capital type television capital T. V. and all also **** communications will have it on their full channel state of the state address this they provided opportunities in the past were governors to make their case for reelection and in this case of the term limited Raymondo who's in our second year of her final four year term to set rather ambitious goals as she did at the same time last year whether or not they'll fulfill those goals up in the air pressure offered re election a year ago Rimando promised in her two thousand nineteen speech to strengthen gun laws in the overdose crisis protect healthcare expand job training support businesses and provide our kids with a world class education that's what she said last year so when the journal Astor about some key themes this year her spokesperson Josh Bloch said yesterday that the governor is committed to investigating and investing in progress and programs that we know work education job training it's not about inventing the wheel Lee says it's about investing and what works is also expected to touch on gun safety as she has in the past climate change and some of the recommendations that came out of the juvenile and criminal justice working group last week many of the group's recommendation center on creating a more robust to discharge planning unit within the department of corrections to adult inmates approaching release are better trained for employment and have secure housing and medical and behavioral health services many of the recommendations for juvenile offenders focused on alternatives to sending youths to training school the state's lock up for young offenders such as expanding a pilot program of juvenile hearing sports block said he expects the speech to last between thirty and forty minutes annual state of the state address it draws the Senate into the house chamber along with the parade of other elected and appointed state municipal officials from judges to mayors to state agency heads so governors gonna give her state of the state touch on education job training and you know all the usual suspects when it comes to topics if you will but I only received a seven point three million dollars in a federal grant to help homeless and the homeless population to Marissa carjack from NBC ten has more we have at least a hundred fifty men and women who are on shelter which means there on the street a roof over your head and a bed to sleep in what many of us consider basic necessities are out of reach for hundreds of homeless people in Rhode Island according to hide over a thousand people in Rhode Island experience homelessness on a given day but a new grant from the federal government could help change that the funds that come from hud or how people get off the streets how people become house the department of housing and urban development is giving Rhode Island over seven point three million dollars for thirty four homers assisted programs across the state some of this money will help provide local organizations with the money that they need to provide the homeless population with affordable housing that includes right here at the crossroads family shelter on Broad Street in Providence it's a really really big deal I mean the federal funds make such a difference in the operations of our system and primarily what those funds are used for is actually housing people killing for merry is the executive director of the Rhode Island coalition for the homeless she explained that while the state provides funding for emergency shelters grants from hard cover the cost of permanent housing helping people get back on their feet it's both those who might be facing kind of chronic homelessness and really need some long term support to families who just need a you know a small hand up that will help them for a couple months it really is very flexible funding that kind of meets people where they're at the Amos house in Providence is getting over eighty nine thousand dollars for two of their projects a grant that they say is critical to helping people who otherwise eyes may be left on the streets and that is money to house folks that are chronically homeless that have disabilities so it helps them get off the street and into housing a solution that they hope could eventually end homelessness altogether now according to the Worcester Gazette construction costs for boulder park of increased by nine point five million over initial estimates while cost to acquire the properties needed for that ball park we locate businesses to prepare for the site for development have run roughly twenty million more than what was anticipated so that's prompted city officials in western negotiate changes to the agreement with the ball club that will be playing it pulled apart starting in twenty twenty one and for the private development that will be built as part of the overall two hundred and forty million dollar redevelopment of the Kelly square canal district area in Wooster those provisions which are detailed in eleven page report to the city council for its meeting tonight primarily deal with actions to generate more revenue to cover those additional costs it also includes a bigger private development program that will be bought brought online and generate new taxes in new tax revenues sooner so Worcester's ballpark costs over budget already I'll say they're over budget nine point five million over a national estimates a collection of JFK items hitting the auction block one of the most comprehensive private collections of JFK memorabilia one that chronicles his life from childhood to the White House is for sale hundreds of items associated with the former democratic president being offered as a single lot by Boston's our our auction for a minimum of one point five million through our R. I. executive vice president Robert Livingston he said it could actually bring in more money than the one point five million saying that this collection as a whole tells his life story Livingston said pointing out that Kennedy's diary from the summer of nineteen forty five a lone sold at auction for nearly seven hundred nineteen thousand dollars back in two thousand seventeen he said it's like a curated museum exhibit in one option the whole is greater than the sum of its parts he says the collection includes a hand written draft of Kennedy's nineteen sixty speech announcing his intentions to run for the presidency hundreds of on published photos and negatives of Kennedy and his family water colors that he painted personal items including a necktie a back brace and golf balls and even JFK and Jackie Kennedy Halloween masks believe it or not the collection shows Kennedy's intelligence compassion and sense of humor according to Ronnie Pellicer a retired garment industry sales rep who spent years putting this sick collection together Ballenger was thirteen years old when Kennedy was assassinated and he said the president's death resonated profoundly in his life he selling now because he seventy years old he said I ran out of money that's what the marina del Rey California residents at also owned a massive trove of Muhammad Ali memorabilia apparently so we sold all of that he said this is my retirement fund so after he sold is Ali collection back in nineteen ninety seven he retired in two thousand five he dedicated himself to finding JFK memorabilia now he wants to spend that off one point five million dollars and expected could generate even more here in Rhode Island cannabis growers say the marijuana bill will put them on a business what bill what's this all about his step Machado from my with this news change the same and they all have to see the Rhode island's finest gardens has been growing cannabis since twenty seventeen Dominic Passarella and Antonio Barone say they in three other partners put their life savings into building this growth facility in Warwick I can't.

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"Eight years ago how's the Providence journal and crazy department store is aiming to build a Michael lost style hotel called the hotel hive the hotel would be a destination for locals as well as travelers with a pizza joint coworking space in two bars one of the main level and one on the roof Abdo told the city council finance committee but Abdo's request for a long term tax stabilization agreement TSA was met with opposition from unions and skepticism from some members of his committee I wish to US Ukraine ambassador Marie of out of it she is set to testify today in the public house impeachment hearings you're one of which was reportedly recalled after running afoul of trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani who was carrying out unofficial diplomacy in Ukraine testifying this week Deputy Assistant secretary of state George Kent said Giuliani conducted a smear campaign against your one of each Ukraine's foreign minister said US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunderland did not explicitly lake American military aid to an investigation of Democrats that's according to a Ukraine news agency someone was put in charge of overseeing relations with Ukraine he's scheduled to testify publicly in the house impeachment investigation next week Democrats have accused president trump of withholding nearly four hundred million dollars in planned military aid to Ukraine while pushing Ukraine's president to launch an investigation of former VP Joe Biden and Biden son hunter coming up to seven o'clock here in southern.

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"Rule abortion opponents are attempting to block that new abortion rights law passed in rhode island the providence journal reporting and advocacy group called catholics for life part of an amended lawsuit filed in state superior court this week they call it

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04:58 min | 3 years ago

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"The Providence Journal covering things, along with Cathy greg- at the general assembly lawmakers coming down the stretch run. Well, he says, not content with finding jailing people who hurt animals, Rhode Island lawmakers want to publicly Mark them on an online animal abuser registry. Anybody convicted of animal abuse crime would be required to send their name address birthday and a headshot photo to the AG's office to post online for at least fifteen years under. A bill. That passed the Rhode Island house, fifty five sixteen last week while on the registry offenders would be prohibited from, possessing an animal protection may be the most popular policy subject in the general assembly with a number of tough penalties for animal crimes passed in recent years, the Bill sites of one hundred percent recidivism rate for animal hoarding animal abusers being statistically more likely to commit violent acts against human rates as reasons for a registry. Now both have support on one side, but the opponents on both sides of the aisle, they said, taking an approach to animal crimes that is used as brand sex offenders will be ineffective registries, according to providence, democrat, Marsha rangeland vessel. She says registries creative vigilante mentality in the public, and she worries it could also expose low level pet store clerks to prosecution or device from abusers denied service. The Bill also prohibits pet stores shelters, from selling to anybody on that. Registry with a fine of thousand bucks to anybody who does sell now. Michael Chippendale, the foster Republican. He says, anybody who abuses, an animal is quote a piece of crap, who should be put in jail, but he said, we've added so many rules that a person can be tripped up by technical Bill that someone enforcing it can't even understand. They also took issue with the cost of the registry, which sponsors of the Bill have not tried to estimate. But wrangling vassal said attendance registry, cost two hundred and fifty thousand bucks to set up Cranston. Democrat Charlene Lima big lover of animals chalked up opposition to the breeding pets door lobby and she called the American kennel club, which opposes the Bill, the American kennel club of cruelty in the American kill canine club. That's what she had to say poll question today. Do you support this registry for offenders in animal abuse crimes? You can log onto NewsRadio are dot com. Yes or no? Wanna leave a comment, go to the Facebook page for the program these supporter registry. For offenders in animal abuse crimes. Now, the question we left you with on Friday should the state? Cancel its one hundred fifteen million dollar contract with medical transportation management, eighty four percent of you said. Yeah and sixteen percent of you said, no rework, try to you know, get some compensation back from them. And what have you like they did with the bad contract with Deloitte over you hip, you know, but I think people just have such a bad taste in their mouth with a bad contracts here in the state of Rhode Island. Also, the house and the Senate leaders, Cathy greg- says they've scheduled votes this week on one of the most agonizing issues that lawmakers faced in recent years, that's the sexual molestation of children by priests and trusted elders. Now behind the scenes negotiations were underway last week scheduled for a vote today on an as yet unseen version of Representative Carol McIntosh's legislation to extend from seven to thirty five years the statute of limitations on the pursuit of legal claims against child. Molesters. And any institution employing them that, look the other way. So that sex abuse statute is up for vote today over the line, and Fall River. A Fall River priest is denying allegations and parisioners hope that he gets a chance to explain. Here's Alexandra Leslie from I witness news couldn't believe what I saw polyps says he learned the news, a well known was facing sexual abuse allegations through Facebook Sunday. The Fall River diocese, Centene news. Release stating had received credible allegation of misconduct against father, Bruce, Neil in Fall River Bishop Egger, Dakota made the decision to remove Neilan after an investigation the allegation from the individual claims Neilan had sexual contact with him on numerous occasions in the early nineteen eighties. When the individuals fourteen or fifteen years old purposes. The diocese got a Massachusetts state police trooper to conduct an independent investigation. Their findings were provided to the Fall River diocese in review board, which conducted its own review of the facts, the dice, he says. After serious consideration. The board determined the allegation to be credible, and ordered Neil to be removed from ministry Valter, Neil, and has deep roots in Fall River from his ordeal in nineteen seventy five to working in various parishes throughout southeastern mass Bishop Takumi released a statement in part, stating, he knows is quote distressing information and wishes to extend his prayers to this individual who came forward into also Veivers, who have endured abuse loop says the news was disappointing but Neilan should get a say they should have.

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"Six forty five. Good morning Monday March the twenty fifth. It'll start cloudy today and then move on into some hazy sunshine, according to storm team ten meteorologists at greens forecast. We should hit the fifty degree Mark today. Sunny a bit cooler tomorrow with a high of forty five and right now remains forty three degrees or the Dow Jones industrials got wacked on Friday down four hundred and sixty points, metric Anderson, the Providence Journal says Rhode Island election officials appointing to not one but two potential crisis threatening the two thousand twenty ballot as extra impetus to pass long-sought changes to how Rhode Islanders can vote crisis won the twenty twenty calendar puts Rhode Island's September primary so close to the general election that the state might violate a federal guideline to get balanced to troops serving overseas. According to secretary state newly Gorby she said this will not leave enough time to certify election results and prepare ballots in time to meet federal deadlines. That's what she. The Senate Judiciary committee last week and supportive legislation to move the state's primary from September to August common cause Rhode Island executive director John Marian. He said he had spoken to a former Obama administration Justice department lawyer about that particular issue, and he said he's indicated that in all probability, if legislation is not passed this session. The Justice department will sue Rhode Island and the secretary of state will have to enter a consent decree now if it does not pass this June Marian says it will be out out of your hands into the hands of a federal judge now crisis number two surging demand to vote before election day is swamping the state board of elections in city halls in cumbersome emergency mail ballots. According to the vice chair of the board of elections, that's Stephan Eriksson. He said I have one word written on this piece of legislation and the weirdest help he wrote. Wow, Erickson told the senators on Thursday of last week in an appeal to move onto two possible options to. Towards a more efficient early voting system. So officials voting crisis on the horizon here in little Rhody Rhode Island. There's a program linking student with disabilities with employers and with the details on that. It's Lindsey I'd look from NBC ten so we're finally connecting our students in transition with opportunities and possibilities about what happens after graduation connect to careers as a Rhode Island based program linking employers in students with disabilities. Heavy they're able to talk about their dreams what they really want to be when they grow up with the program doubling in size this year. They need double the number of employers, specifically contractors, builders, electrocutions, computer, IT companies and video game designers and these students are matched with employers. You know based on their interests. So let's say if a student wants to be a pilot, we'll make sure they sick with a pilot students in transition from the northern part of Rhode Island and East Bay. Who are participating have already submitted resumes and interests they're set up to meet with six employers that match their interests they are right now working on their thirty. Second elevator pitches are working on on their resumes and preparing okay? What are they gonna say? What these real world professionals emphasizing relationships between the schools and employers as well as networking between companies. The event is full for students but still open to businesses interested in connecting with students on April eleventh from ninety nine to noon at Portsmouth high school's gymnasium. This Lindsay out of Luca from NBC tennis now six forty nine well in Cranston last night. State Representative more of Walsh told the Rhode Island democratic state committee at the Cranston Portuguese club on Sunday night. Why she was challenging Rhode Island. Representative Joseph McNamara as the party chair. And she said she needed a party that she could be proud of. So instead, she described the party as one that intimidates women and succumbs to one bully a party that gets national attention for treating women like second class citizens a party that puts people up to run against strong capable progressive women, and that intimidates people Bhai brutal tactics of bullying and retaliation and treating people as if they're small and she held up her thumb and forefinger just about one inch apart. According to the Providence Journal Sunita Naylor, the party makes a show of unity. She said, but it's very hard to do that in an election cycle when your own quarterback is trying to sack you. She was referring, of course to McNamara giving the party endorsement in her reelection race to a Trump supporter and former Republican Michael Earnhardt house speaker nNcholas Mattiello also directed a campaign contribution to Earnhardt in a roll call vote though McNamara easily pulled Walsh one forty four to twenty eight. I sense a schism there in the. The Democratic Party here in the ocean state. I don't think that Walsh and McNamara will be sitting at the same table at the Christmas party. Now, six fifty NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM to the traffic center. Once again, it's John hamlet being brought to us by truecar seeing a little volume after dean street on the six ten connector and getting through the road work in Attleboro from one twenty three.

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"In the Providence Journal says the son of the late mafia member Frank Bobo merit PC junior suing the Cranston police the adult correctional institutions and the former AG Peter Kilmartin alleging that he was falsely imprisoned for a weekend in two thousand seventeen on a warrant for his dad. Frank miramichi. The third of Cranston recently filed suit in US district court accusing the parties of quote, mental duress fear of police going to jail for breathing. Yep. He's seeking unspecified damages saying that I would just once like to see Justice after all that's been done to me. And it's been a lot. This would marry PC had to say this mayor PC's forty one years old according to this complaint. Cranston police pulled over America. And his girlfriend on a Friday in February of two thousand seventeen due to the tint on the car windows. He was driving officers asked for his license and registration. Check to see. If there are any outstanding warrants, which there were not. So the police ticketed him, however, after they said that it took him too long to produce his documents as what the suit says Mary PC complain that that was wrong leading to his arrest for disorderly conduct. So the police agreed to release him on fifty dollars cash bail. But before. The individual arrived to get them. A couple of officers told him you can go on the disorderly. But the attorney general says you have a warrant he was taken to the for the weekend. So there you go some of the Rhode Island mobster sues over false imprisonment. Look at the wordage though. It's great mental duress fear police in going to jail for breathing. So that's what he filed Katie Mulvaney in the Providence Journal that before his girlfriend picked them up. I guess they said that the G had a warrant out on the Senate committee. Here's a testimony on a Bill that would extend the statute of limitations. She shoot over my witness news covered that story. You know, as a Catholic family Representative Carol Hagan mcentee sits along her sister. Dr Hagan web, both testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee like.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

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"Out of the way Brian Amaral in today's Providence Journal assistant, Michael sewers. That's the Pawtucket man accused of killing a Warwick jogger back in two thousand thirteen. Was declared competent to stand trial on Tuesday that came after an evaluation by the state now this conclusion clears the way for source to be tried in the murder of Jack Fe magistrate Patrick O'Neal in Warwick district court received that report from the state experts at a briefing yesterday sewers is accused of killing Fay in Warwick city park is lawyer John keenum did not object to the conclusion. So Warwick police have not described a motive in this case, though, they said that fame was bludgeoned and stabbed to death in an early morning ambush while he was on the run out having his run his body was hidden in the trash barrel sores was homeless at the time. And he had contacts with police when he was living out of a truck and various lots and parks found around town, but he had no criminal record. The investigators said so this man accused of killing a jogger is ruled competent to stand trial police in providence, say a toddler and a man were shot in providence. And here's more from Danielle Kennedy from NBC ten police tell us that. At an eighteen year old who was shot is currently in surgery. We've also learned that a Q and a half year old toddler was shot in the foot. Police say that this all happened on pleasant valley. Parkway police say there were three people inside of a vehicle driving on pleasant valley. Parkway the driver a twenty one year old male the father of the two and a half year old toddler who was also in the car. Police say that man's friend an eighteen year old man, why shot police not saying where only saying that his injuries are serious. And that he is here in surgery at Hasbro children's hospital or told that toddler is expected to be okay. Here's what police told us eighteen year.

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron Saint saint-pierre on NewsRadio nine twenty and one zero four seven FM. Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron Saint on NewsRadio nine twenty and one four seven FM. Thank you. It's six zero five now on this Tuesday morning, March the fifth, and if you didn't clear up at slushy stuff that lingered yesterday, and there is a lot of it. That's for sure. Well, as solid as a rock right now because of the temperatures, and it's going to stay that way for the next three days. So no help from mother nature clear and the white stuff off your walkways and your driveway. And what have you mostly sunny today, a cold high of thirty degrees Jacqueline from storm team ten says not above thirty for the next two days after that mostly sunny tomorrow, continued coal high twenty six and Thursday, mostly sunny and continued call with a high of twenty seven degrees. Good news. Is that national grid says the power is back on for everybody in the ocean state after that winter storm rip through here with that real heavy heavy heart attacks. No, the Providence Journal reports as many as ten thousand outages listed at the high point Cranston. Providence productive Warwick and Hopkinton appeared to be hit the hardest number was down to about two thousand by mid morning yesterday. And then they. Cleared the rest of it up. So the national weather service says much of providence in Kent counties received at least ten inches of snow. We got like nine eight nine inches out in the area. I live in an East Greenwich. But boyfriends to the north the frozen north it lived up to its name, what sixteen inches in some areas. Seventeen inches. I believe in Burrillville. So a lot of clearing yesterday. And of people are gonna be smelling of Ben gay. Unless of course, they went the blue EMU route. Because as you know, you won't stink public school district in Seekonk, according to Brian AMRO on the Providence Journal found a memorable way to announce a snow day on Monday with a wrap that.

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02:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Couple of city teens in providence charged with robbing a couple at knifepoint for PlayStation for now the couple selling their game system. It says they couldn't have known it. But there had already been seven reported robberies and larcenies over the month. Most in the last week at this bowdoin street resident where the buyers arranged to meet them Wednesday night, according to police Trevor Nystroem Indiana current told the police that when they pulled up just. Before ten pm two teenage boys got in the back of their car. One drew a knife on Nystrom's neck, according to the police report the boys grabbed the bag holding the PlayStation four and three control controllers as well as Nystrom's wallet. Then they took off the jumped the fence behind Boden and they headed off according to the report. Now, the officers listened to what they did. They've actually followed the boys footprints in the snow to the residents were sixteen year old boy known to police open the door with what appeared to be a gun in his hand, and you can probably fill in the rest of this story previous reported robberies and thefts in this area still under investigation, but they followed this kid these people's footprints prince, according to the Providence Journal report on this empire case, man, what a crazy case. This is the case of empire actor jussie smollet encapsulates the polarized state of political discourse in America with small at now accused of staging a racist anti gay attack on himself. The case seemed to inflame political tensions even more. While creating potentially damaging consequences for for genuine hate crime victims in the future smollet, who's black and he's gay. He's accused of filing false police report. Now filing it last month asserting that he was attacked and Chicago in a subway subway restaurant by two men who beat him targeted him with racial slurs and yelled, quote, this is mega country an apparent reference to President Trump's make America great against Logan. Trump initially called the reports of the attack horrible yesterday that we tweeted out what about Maga in the tens of millions of people you insulted with your racist and dangerous comments Rhode Island. Jen, double ACP chapter chimes in on this to Caroline Goggin. From eyewitness news. I don't know what he was thinking. But it didn't work. The developing news surrounding empire actor Jesse small lead on the agenda for Thursday night's meeting of the providence, NWEA C P. You know, we're trying to fight hate and bigotry and racism, and so we don't need to you know, defend. And some made up hate crime smell that is accused of hiring two men to beat him. Splash him with beliefs and put a rope around his neck, Chicago police say they believe he was motivated to coordinate this attack on himself because the actor was unhappy with his salary. I'm offended by what's happened. And I'm also angry as Molad maintains his innocence. The Chicago police department shed light on its investigation on Thursday, denouncing what it calls a fake attack. Jussie smollet took advantage.

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02:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Raimondo's budget plan for next year governors in studio with us on Tuesday morning, by the way, we'll talk about this among many, many other things the budget. According to the pro-jo expected a mobile app connected to the sports betting operations at twin? Rivers to casinos would generate three million dollars in additional state revenue next year, assuming that it would launch in time after the start of the fiscal year in July, but general assembly leaders hope speeding up that process is going to help them get closer to about eleven and a half million this year's budget counting on sports betting. So on Thursday, the house speaker Nick Mattiello introduced a matching version two is Bill spokesperson. Larry Berman said it could move to the house soon and the intent was to authorize mobile wagering and the revenue that it could generate before the traditional passage of the state budget coming up in June Ceron made around five hundred thousand dollars from sports betting from the period of time of November twenty six to the end of last year. And at that pace, the state is unlikely to reach the eleven and a half million in the last six months of the fiscal year. According to zero sports betting at twin rivers mean casino when Lincoln was hampered in the early going by not having enough bet. Takers to. Handle the crowds before big games. But that apparently has changed according to spokespeople from twin river, Katie Mulvaney in today's Providence Journal says former Coventry state Senator Nick kettle on Thursday. He rejected an offer that would have spared him jail time instead opting to head to trial on video voyeurism charges kettle declined to deal. Extended by assistant attorney general Shannon signature that he would receive a three year suspended sentence with no probation in exchange for pleading no contest to conserve video voyeurism, a no contest pleas considered an admission to a crime. Of course. So instead kettle will head to a jury waived trial before Superior Court Judge Daniel Procacci on ten charges that accused him of taking nude images of his former girlfriend without her knowledge and permission and then sharing them with a friend in New Hampshire who sent back images of his wife. Kendall faces up to three years in prison on each count. So the Senator kettle rejects this plea offer. He ops to go to trial Abbas day in court. A Representative has called the state police after a former candidate threatens to quote endanger his life, his Kim colonie from eyewitness news. This was not funny. State Representative Gregory Costantino says he wasn't laughing after reading testimony submitted to the House Judiciary committee by former state Senate candidate. Melanie, DuPont DuPont is also Kostantinos constituent and that Tuesday nights hearing on multiple abortion related bills. She had this to say to the pro-life lawmaker therefore I contend anytime. My state Representative Gregory J.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Customers who lost natural the natural gas service Newport mill Tom temperatures, of course, yesterday in the single digits so dangerous. So it's gonna take a while. I guess so patients patients is the word out there on a acquitted Nick island Mark Reynolds in today's Providence Journal says as the New England Patriots celebrate recent success on the field. Warwick officials CNN avenue for making some progress in one of their local issues if the Rhode Island airport corporation can afford. To host the patriots airplanes without charge shouldn't the airport be able to provide greater financial assistance to its host city. That's the question. This is the question should he officials are asking lately in an effort to gain some traction from all the attention lavished on the pats at the city council's last meeting just before the patriots won the conference championship, by the way, the council even passed a resolution calling for the airport corporation to disclose the amount of fees. It has waived for the patriots to Boeing seven sixty seven's now during the second half of the two thousand seventeen and the first half of two thousand eighteen the airport. Gained almost a million dollars in marketing and promotional benefits from the patriots while waving about one hundred and eighteen thousand in landing and parking fees for the teams jets. That's according to the airport spokesperson Bill Fisher Fisher who provided the info to the pro-jo late Tuesday afternoon hoped that it would help dispel some misunderstandings about the airports arrangements with the pats. Also, the airport does not pay the patriots to use the airport. He said. Long before the pats won their fifth Super Bowl. Warwick officials were arguing that their city deserve more money from the airport for various reasons, the expansion of the airport property, they say has removed valuable property from Warwick tax rules airport for provides half a million dollars a payment to the city each year. That's what officials said that payment. Fisher said is to help the city cover indirect costs, and it's not a payment in lieu of taxes based on the justification that the airports acquisition of property has lowered the city's tax rules under federal law. Fisher said cities and towns can't collect payment in lieu of taxes from airports now during the two thousand eighteen fiscal year. According to Fisher the patriots related marketing and promotional benefits. Gained by the airport included logo writes in.

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05:00 min | 3 years ago

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"You. It's five after seven o'clock take this cold seriously, my friends because it is dangerous kind of stuff. Partly cloudy, bitterly cold today. High twelve degrees wind chill ranging from minus five two minus fifteen degrees. Took a big dip at about three o'clock yesterday afternoon and just just fell right off the table temperature-wise mostly sunny tomorrow, cold, high twenty eight degrees might be into the mid to upper forties by Wednesday and Thursday, but for today bundle up and take it seriously. Okay. On this Martin Luther King day. It's Monday January the twenty first and right now, it's only to Greece mandolin list and Mark Reynolds in the Providence Journal over the weekend. Have the story about a Warwick school committee voting unanimously on Friday of last week to terminate hawks Seylam entry schoolteaching teaching assistant Kerry feeble who was caught ranting on a video that went viral online. I have viewed it. Yikes. The committees vote trailed the full cycle of media coverage that starts. With reports on the video and develop further on Friday after feeble made comments to the Providence Journal apparently. So after the vote Warwick school superintendent Philip Thornton referred to Phoebus behaviors deeply disturbing. I'll say if you saw this thing saying looking MS Phoebus behaviors in this video and on social media with the violence in the racist. Remarks ado believed that she should not work with children. That's what he said the recommendation to terminate was I believe the right recommendation now in this video Phibro hits a man in line on the arm rips a piece of paper out of his hand and shows him her middle finger. Yikes. This all happened. The video in question showed feeble at twin river casino while she waited to place a sports wager. She also yells obscenities, including I will punch your boom, I will rip your blanking piece of paper like a report card, and is anybody gonna call security for this piece of expletive Brazilian, go back to go back to Mexico. Did you say she says? Mahyco in the video now Thebault declined to say what caused the conflict, but sit her actions in the video don't reflect how she really feels. This is what she said to the Providence Journal. I'm not racist. Because I teach about Martin Luther King. That's what she had to say. Wow. This teaching assistant fired after the viral video rant always somebody out there with their smartphone. You know, ready to record behavior gone bad. Somebody nailed this one down for sure. Eight minutes after seven o'clock, Rhode Island's behavioral health link might have to change its name. I'll come. Here's Bill rapidly from NBC ten it was a big deal when Rhode Island opened up the behavioral health Lincoln east providence. It's one of the signature initiatives of the state's battle against opioid addiction part of a one point three million dollar program. The workers in the building and on the hotlines work to prevent emergency cases before they land in hospital -mergency rooms, but the center ran into a. Problem almost immediately. So the B h Lincoln east providence put together a very nice website. The only problem a couple of weeks after it went live. They got a letter from behavioral health link in Georgia saying that there was a problem with their name. It turns out be H L is not alone that Georgia's center explained it had already registered the name behavioral health link and the initials B H L with the federal government. The director of the Rhode Island's department of behavioral healthcare developmental disabilities in hospitals, which contracted with horizon healthcare partners to operate. The Senate confirms quote, we received a letter from lawyers in Georgia right before Christmas and quote, stating that the senators quote potentially in conflict with that trademark. She says lawyers are conferring to see what the solution will be but CEO of horizon tells NBC ten he's opening a single word change in the center's name will solve the problem is holding off on creating new, brochures and business cards until the name situation is solved. In the meantime, though, the center continues to operate fielding six hundred calls in two hundred. Twenty-five visits in its first eight weeks fill Rapley from NBC ten Mark Reynolds. In the journal over the weekend said firefighters had to rescue a horse late Saturday morning after the animals splashed into a swamp and then get stuck in the mud the three horses escaping from their enclosure at Phoenix rising farm, which is on pound hill avenue about eleven in the morning on Saturday. So while two of the horses were rounded up a third ran into a swamp on the property farm workers, attempted to get the female horse out of the swamp, but the progress stopped when the horse got trapped in the heavy heavy wet mud so north of Smithville firefighters came in. They were wearing exposure suits for rescuing people from icy water. They went into the mud in. Eventually. They got the exhausted horse out of there. The horse made its way to solid ground report says laid down for about thirty seconds. Then got up in the worst caretakers through blankets over the horse letter to a heated barn where they plan to washer with hot water. So all is well that ends. Well, it's ten minutes after seven.

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02:38 min | 3 years ago

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"She was not. Home. But another person was after that case, the court issued a no contact order Mata is also charged with violating a family court protection. Order Rhode Island coalition against domestic violence director Tanya, Harris says this case is a tragic reminder of the prevalence of domestic violence violence is on ageless colorless on it doesn't matter. What's it code eleven? What area you live in on? It goes across all boundaries and Mata is expected back in court on January thirtieth Jade bitch after six o'clock now, Linda Borgen, the pro-jo says Governor Gina Raimondo's proposal for universal pre kindergarten education would add five hundred forty new seats during the first year. And if the funding continued would reach six thousand more children by year number four a day after her state of the state address. Raimondo her case for universal pre kindergarten after posing for photographs with four and five year olds at the Nathaniel Greene elementary school, which has to pre k classrooms, by the way. Raimondo's new initiative builds in her earlier promise to double the number of students reading at grade level by the end of third grade on Wednesday. She said that Rhode Island can't reach that goal unless it boosted school ready skills in early childhood. So the governor spells out her prekindergarten plan, she will release her budget, by the way, and that is coming out today in a as we say the proofs in the numbers. So stay in a state of the state's and state of the union, those addresses are usually filled with positives and one of done for you lately kind of stuff. But of course, the devil's in the details when the budget finally comes out editorial today's Providence Journal, I'm the governor's state of the state said one of the most admirable traits of Governor Gina Raimondo is that she is never satisfied she constantly wants to bring about change in Rhode Island. Of course, the providence journal's editorial board very supportive of governor. Raimondo endorsed her by the way in the last campaign Rhode Island comprehensive assessment system the test results released after the governor was. Safely. Re-elected underscored the terrible job. The state's doing though, the senatorial says if Rhode Island were a single district. It would rank in the bottom. Ten percent of those in Massachusetts editorial says that's outrageous. So calling the test results unacceptable governor declared. Let's resolve to do whatever it takes to make Rhode Island schools competitive with our neighbors in give every single one of our children a shot at a bright future. No matter what their background or their zip code editorial says, unfortunately, she's been content for the last three and a half years with the weak and timid reforms of her education Commissioner, Ken Wagner. Now, thankfully, mapping out his exit.

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06:08 min | 3 years ago

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"Today's Providence Journal says the attendant the state house rang with canton song John Tuesday has about forty protesters advocated for a change in house leadership and rules to limit the power at the top of that leadership the house speaker. Now, they're protest happened. Just before representatives inside the house chambers voted to reelect Cranston Representative Nick Mattiello to another term at that post speaker a group barely two months old calling itself. Rhode Islanders for reform. They filled the whole on both sides of the house door into a trooper who is in plain clothes at the time asked its members to stay on one side of the doorway. They asked a few questions and then they comply now. One of the organizers told the Providence Journal, Alex Keith's said after the rally that there is still a chance to change the rules to give every day. People more of a say in the states affairs. They chanted. Hey, hey, ho, ho Mattiello's gonna go seeing a large turnout of public supports needed to change the rules, and possibly the leadership and invitation to that rally was posted on social media. And it outlines some of the changes that the group said they could make to the general assembly more open. Let committee members elect their chairman rather than have chairman appointed by the speaker limit to six the number of years of house. Remember can be a committee chairman or a leader allow a majority vote to bring bills to the floor that had been held for further study in committee, give committee chairman and the minority leader the power to bring a certain number of bills to the floor each session. Of course, Jon Lombardi had all of those claims as he was thinking about going up against the house speaker, so forty a whopping number forty protesters show up, and of course, a few minutes later what happens Manilow is reelected, the speaker. So the more things change if they do even change about here. Rhode island. The more things. Stay the same ex police officer accused of stealing some vehicles from outside of church. Here's Anita Buffoni from I witness news, Saint Philip's church off route forty four in Smithfield where police arrested fifty six year old Carmine Jerusalem on Sunday. And employees of the church tells me, he witnessed a man going into unlocked cars, while a church service was taking place after calling the Smithfield police department officers say the arrived to find your Russo with a stolen wallet. And more than fifty sorted gift. Cards ranging from five dollars to two hundred dollars the employees spoke with asked to not be identified. But tells me he witnessed a man walking a dog trying to get into several cars in the busy church parking lot. In a statement, Saint Philip's church says three similar break ins took place two of which happening during a funeral service. According to police Jerusalem, matched the description of a suspect involved in daytime thefts from unsecured cars. Earlier in the week and knows previous thefts churchgoers returned to their cars and found their belongings missing including women's. Versus seeing Philip says those cars were unlocked police, tell me Gerusa was taken into custody then later released he's expected to appear before a judge and Kent County district court on January fifteenth. So neither Buffoni from. I witnessed news, Patrick Anderson. In the Providence Journal says gamblers weird six hundred eighty three thousand dollars on athletic competition in the first five days of legal sports betting at twin river casino. That's according to the Rhode Island lottery, they made an announcement last Friday on this after several delays the sportsbook Rhode Island opened up a twin river Lincoln on November twenty sixth against the six hundred Eighty-three and wagers twin river paid out about six hundred and ten thousand in sports betting winnings. So that leaves about seventy two thousand nine hundred and ninety seven bucks in profit to be split among twin river sportsbook operator ITT in the state, although the status taking fifty one percent of gambling revenue some expenses in commissions are deducted from the winnings before the state gets. It's share an exact state revenue. Total was not available on Friday of last week state budget. Analysts are projecting twelve million bucks in sports betting revenue in the year that ends June thirtieth that is down from twenty three and a half million bucks. Assumed in budget lawmakers passed in June because it took some time to get through some snafus with contracts sports betting at twin river casino in Tiverton started earlier this month, December betting totals will be released later on this month. January the twenty eighth so not bad six hundred eighty three thousand wagered in the first five days of legal betting. Of course. One of the things that will be considered by the general assembly will be online betting, which I think is already in the high-speed lane. I think that's going to happen. And of course, recreational marijuana that will be one of the big items to be taken up Brian Amaral reports in the Providence Journal that shitty. Bureaucrats trampled over the foxy ladies first amendment rights by shutting down the chalk stone avenue strip club. That's according to the American Civil Liberties union of Rhode Island. They argue that in a legal brief which was filed on Monday state ACLU waiting into the state supreme court fight over that club. That was shut down after prostitute. Arrests asked the state supreme court to let the club reopened saying quote. The constitution does not allow protected rights to be taken away on the whim of administrative officials. That's according to the they had previously criticized the city's decision to read and then shut down the club. Now. It's filing a friend of the court brief putting those public statements into legal arguments about the bounds of taste the power of government in the first amendment clubs shuttered since December the nineteenth about a week after the undercover police operation resulted in the arrests of three dancers on misdemeanor. Prostitution charges. Justice of the state supreme court which handled the appeal over it's adult entertainment license declined to give the club. It's adult entertainment licensed back right away. Now, the full court's gonna meet later this week and could decide whether or not to take up the case at all. And could also decide to grant it a stay. In the meantime, stay would give the club. It's licenses back and let it reopen State Department of business regulations. In the meantime, ruled that the club could get a liquor license. Back while the full appeal is sorted out. But the foxy lady still does not have an adult entertainment license, and that means the club might be able to reopen as a bar only might be this is a big week for the foxy lady. Police a five year old in the back of a seat stolen, a stolen car returned home safely. According to providence cops here's Eric Halpern. From eyewitness news, a young.

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03:41 min | 3 years ago

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"January second for most of us. It's back to reality to as of holidays have come in the holidays have gone yesterday was a big big decoration takedown day at shea saint-pierre. And I noticed a lot of people taking advantage of the balmy weather yesterday to take down some of this stuff outdoors. But boy, the the wind whipping around those big blow up Santa clauses and frosty. The snowman probably making their way to other people's lawns to seven thirty seven. Looks like the ACLU is siding with the foxy lady in its fight to reopen city. Bureaucrats trampled over the foxy ladies first amendment rights by shutting down the chalk stone avenue strip club. Brian Morales report in the Providence Journal that the statement from the American Civil Liberties union they argued in a legal brief on Monday. Now, they had voiced their displeasure over over this. But all of a sudden now they filed it in a legal brief to foxy ladies, still does not have an adult entertainment. Licensed they might get their liquor license back meaning that the club might be able to reopen as a bar only. This is a big week for the foxy lady. The find out if they're going to get their quote, adult entertainment licensed back well in Smithfield. An ex police officer is accused of stealing some vehicles outside of a church. Here's any Buffoni from I witness news. A young child. Saint Philip's church. Saint Philip's church off route forty four in Smithfield where police arrested fifty six year old Carmine Jerusalem on Sunday. And employees of the church tells me, he witnessed a man going into unlocked cars, while a church service was taking place after calling the Smithfield police department officers say the arrived to find your Russo with a stolen wallet. And more than fifty sorted gift. Cards ranging from five dollars to two hundred dollars the employees spoke with asked to not be identified. But tells me he witnessed a man walking a dog trying to get into several cars in the busy church parking lot. In a statement, Saint Philip's church says three similar break ins took place two of which happening during a funeral service. According to police Jerusalem, matched the description of a suspect involved in daytime thefts from unsecured cars. Earlier in the week and knows previous thefts churchgoers returned to their cars and found their belongings missing including women's purses. Saint Philip says those cars were unlocks police. Tell me Jerusalem was taken into custody. Then later released his expected to appear before a judge in Kent County district court on January fifteenth seven thirty nine some of the new laws that rang in with the new year, according to Patrick Anderson and Kathy Greg in the Providence Journal highest profile, the forty cent minimum wage increase to ten dollars and fifty cents an hour in two thousand nineteen another new law requiring all schools both public and private to have carbon monoxide detectors as that was largely spurred by series of closures illnesses at Cranston, high school east, you would think that that would have been instituted a long time ago carbon monoxide detectors, but fortunately, they are in place now require local animal control officers to be certified by the national animal care and Control Association, some new laws requiring public colleges to develop suicide prevention plans for students to make insurance cover the entire cost of Masek demise to ban the use of restraint on prisoners in the third trimester of pregnancy. Make auto. Insurers provide weekly reports to the DMV of lapped policyholders and some other law that went into effect on the new year require health insurance to treat behavioral healthcare counseling, such as primary care visits for cost sharing purposes. Some of the new laws that were wrong in with the new year at seven forty this radio nine twenty four seven half Alan and from.

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Tensions high in Germany as new far-right protests scheduled in Chemnitz

Ron St. Pierre

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Tensions high in Germany as new far-right protests scheduled in Chemnitz

"Joining us now is, Simon Owen from Fox News interesting story about some tensions growing in Germany at. Least five Five are facing charges there in Germany for. Actually performing the Heil Hitler salutes Simon what's, all this about Morning Ronin yesterday's salutes are banned in. Germany hence the charges being brought against a. Number of far right I'm protesters. Who've been on, the streets they sweep in Chemnitz place in eastern Germany the tensions began after a fatal stabbing last weekend, thirty five year. Old German man was stabbed in the. Early hours of Sunday and prosecutors say to immigrants have been arrested one Syrian man and one Iraqi man this has proved to be sufficient bog to bring. Thousands of far-right protestors onto the streets at Chemnitz along with smaller numbers of leftist, counterprotest does as well And it is reflecting a split that exists in German, society? Now after Chancellor Angela Merkel opened the. Country's borders to refugees three years ago at. The height of Europe's migrant crisis. That was a, decision that was welcomed by many but it was also a decision that was condemned by many as well, and trees later. It's still a dominant political subject now. We think there may be more protests coming up this weekend the regional governor held a town hall meeting last night which was pretty tense by old accounts He. Said in a bid to reassure people he's at the wheels of Justice move. Slowly but they are Sarah interesting okay salmon thank you for, the update nineteen minutes after seven o'clock yeah saluting performing the, Heil Hitler, salute, is indeed against the law

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Woman falls off sailboat; husband apparently didn't notice for hours

Tim Conway Jr.

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Woman falls off sailboat; husband apparently didn't notice for hours

"Now this there's another woman, here, in Rhode Island Newport Rhode Island investigators are trying to learn more about a bizarre incident off the. Coast of Rhode Island. According to CBS, Boston a woman said she fell off a sailboat and her husband didn't know she'd been overboard for hours I could talk to him US coast says the woman said she was on her husband's thirty nine, foot sailboat sometime Friday afternoon and there were sailing, from, Newport. To East Greenwich green witch The woman who had thirties, haven't, identified Was found on an island nearby at four AM and by a passing boater who heard her cries for help The Providence. Journal reports that the, woman had had mild hypothermia refused treatment or husband was found around two AM in. Warwick after he is sailboats ground demand told local police that he thought his. Wife was below deck and sleeping didn't realize she was missing Quotas. Pretty challenging because you could have been anywhere she could've swam to another island or. Another side of the bay Or a buoy or a beach where to Gilligan's

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One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

03:33 min | 4 years ago

One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"Health to contraception insurance coverage to the potential altering of boundaries within the i ninety five redevelopment district raimondo's aides say the legislature has shipped over to her all the bills passed this year she is now done signing vetoing or allowing them to become law without his signature while one single day governor pens one hundred eighty three bills into law of course she doesn't have any veto power because well because the state lawmakers won't let us vote on it no they certainly don't want it and they won't even let us they won't even put it on a referendum unfortunately so the heat continues in fact three people in the northeastern dead from this heat wave one woman who was gardening and pennsylvania like that can't wait an elderly man in new york city and a thirty year old man in wilmington new york of all died due to the hot temperatures couple of deaths in kansas city also being looked at in texas three people attending a holiday event were taken to the hospital to one hundred and three million americans are stuck in this thing from the midwest west to the northeast and south all under heat alert not only heat index is hitting triple digits but in some spots the temperatures are actually gonna rise to one hundred degrees to whether it's not supposed to start breaking as we sit until tomorrow so remember stay indoors as much as you possibly can find a cool place go to the movies go to the mall library stay hydrated and make sure you check in on your vulnerable neighbors and family especially elderly neighbors and the young ones because they are the most prone to some heat damage so just take it easy take a slow if you don't have to do anything don't do it people heading to the beach to escape the heat that's for sure michaela mcdonald from eyewitness news following them from near alpha warrick cranston and far linden her long island new york great sir you up your vacationing dozens flock to oakland beach in warwick to cool off this independence day enjoy the warm weather and the sun and get some pulling off what is beautiful nice and warm already pretty hot out to the beach now go home to get ready for the wedding it's been amazing so far some refreshed with new england frozen lemonade i got my laminate i'm all set others had their heart set on the doe boys boy boy i loved boys in chowder house tells us that july third and fourth are two of the busiest days of the year for them last night they even extended their hours for fireworks at the beach rhode island department of health had actually closed oakland beach swimming due to hide bacteria levels previously but that had reopened just in time for the fourth of july holiday nine minutes after seven o'clock i dunno hot doboy the day like yesterday you know i listen i guess this tradition i couldn't do it dunedin naylor in the providence journal says five children and three adults were rescued wednesday afternoon from an overloaded fifteen foot boston whaler that was swamped by a wave and the breezeway near george's of galilee salty brine state beach out there narragansett harbourmaster kevin connor said that he saw the small craft and he came in behind one of the block island ferries saying that it looked to me like a grossly overloaded boat and i knew it was just a a recipe for disaster he said on wednesday night so he activated the blue lights on his twenty four foot police boat and made a beeline for that wailer you said they took a swell right over the bow he said washed a couple of kids from.

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Top Massachusetts court clears MIT in student suicide lawsuit

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01:31 min | 4 years ago

Top Massachusetts court clears MIT in student suicide lawsuit

"To listen to us here wbz just say alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio wbz news time four forty a ruling was handed down today by the highest court in massachusetts in the case of an mit student who committed suicide as we hear from wbz's carl stevens the question for the court was should mit be held responsible for that students deaf restrict supreme court ruled that mit is not liable for the suicide of a student in two thousand nine but the court left open the possibility of legal liability in other cases where a student commit suicide twenty five year old grad student hon win killed himself jumped off a roof the court ruled that mit's not liable for his death in part because he never stated plans or intentions to commit suicide however the court did say that in certain circumstances a college or university may have a duty to take reasonable measures to prevent suicide those circumstances simply did not exist in this particular case carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty hearing about a bizarre crash in providence police say an suv they're caught fire hit two other cars roll through an intersection and run into a bus stop providence journal reporting that driver was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries no word on any charges in salem a number of pot shops could be planted in the same part of the city and that's not sitting too well with some residents and business owners six businesses are proposing to open pot shops within a three mile radius in the which city from jefferson avenue to highland dab five of them would be along busy route one oh seven including.

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