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"ralph marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News. The one time giant of New York politics, has died. Former state Senate Majority Leader Jo Bruno passed away at the age of 91. After a long battle with cancer. Karen DeWitt takes a look at the life and legacy of the senator who survived to corruption trials and several bouts of cancer. Joe Bruno, a colorful, larger than life character who once wrote his own horse into the venue where state Capitol reporters were presenting their annual gridiron show was leader of the Republican dominated state Senate from 1994 to 2008. Bruno was known for his ability to bring money millions of dollars and major economic projects to his district, a stadium and Troy is named for him, among other enterprises that bear his name. Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose father, the late Mario Cuomo, was governor. When Bruno was a state senator, offered condolences. He was a honorable, respectful, sincere public servant who truly believed what he believed and worked very hard at Bruno was one of the so called three men in a room leaders along with the assembly speaker and governor who controlled most of the major decisions in state government. Here's Bruno speaking in 2007. During a particularly bad budget fight with then Governor Eliot Spitzer, a Democrat. Letting them just roll over us and dictate to it to us would be the wrong thing that's not democracy that's not represented Government it's not fun. Presently I'd rather begin along. But Bruno could also be bipartisan in what was a different era. The son of Italian immigrants, he grew up poor and Glens Falls was a boxer and Korean War veteran and he ran a phone company before being elected to the state Senate in 1976. He won the leadership of the Senate in what became known as the Thanksgiving coup. When Bruno formed an alliance with newly elected Governor George Pataki and secretly garnered enough votes from his Senate GOP colleagues to depose then Senate leader Ralph Marino. Pataki, in a statement says he's deeply saddened by Bruno's passing. Bruno later formed an alliance with former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, a Democrat against Republican Potocki when his interests coincided with the Democratic speaker. Together, they overrode a number of the governor's Vito's. And, after initially sparring with the powerful healthcare Workers union, CIA, you 11 99 over proposed budget cuts. Bruno and then 11. 99 President Dennis Rivera became friends and even had nearby vacation homes in Puerto Rico. In a statement, Rivera and Greater New York Hospital Association president Can Rasky called Bruno, a passionate defender of New York's hospitals and their workers and a wonderful friend who will be sorely missed Senator Jim to disco, a Republican from the Schenectady area. Was Assembly minority leader during part of Bruno's tenure. A Senate leader to disco says he also considered Bruno to be a friend and the two former athletes to disco played basketball often exercise together. I was a kid him back. I don't know if I really believe that you are a boxer, because when you're a boxer, you have to get hit. And you're the most handsome guys. You know. How could you never get hidden? He goes. I dodged a lot, and I said, Well, you're doing a lot of that right now Work with the characters out here. Bruno, left public office in 2008. Just before he was indicted on public corruption charges. He was tried twice and in the first trial convicted of two of nine charges against him. The conviction was overturned on appeal. A second trial on the remaining two charges ended in acquittal. The trials reveal that Bruno and his aides frequently mixed the senator's political and personal business interests. In his later years. Bruno, a widower, was the companion of case Stafford, the wife of the late North country, state Senator Ron Stafford. He leaves behind four Children, Several grandchildren and a great grandchild in Albany. I'm carrying too wet. Kamala Harris says Americans have been lied to the case against Donald Trump.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning I'm Dan Watkins here's what's happening a former police chief here in Massachusetts cleaning charged with harassing a child under the age of sixteen authorities say sixty three year old Ralph Marino exchanged explicit messages with someone who he thought was a fourteen year old boy on social media arranging to meet for sex when Marino was met instead by a man he fled in a vehicle registered to the stow police department where he was at the time the town's police chief he resigned back in April Marino will be heading back to court in September in Walpole rebels no more the town school committee has voted unanimously to stop using the name for its high school sports teams WBZ's Suzanne saws will has the details and the name has ties to the Confederate flag I asked Marty who graduated from Walpole high if he agreed with the name change without getting into my political beliefs I know it doesn't make sense school uniforms used to bear Confederate imagery in the school band would play Dixie Carroll who also graduated from Walpole high agrees with the name change outsiders look at that word rebel with total negativity Marty has a couple suggestions for the new name minimum would be good before they were the Hilltoppers but no matter what the name Carol has this advice sometimes powerful words can have negative connotations so they need to be very careful when they look at this word not exactly what it means to them at the moment but it might it means to other people in Walpole Suzanne Somers bill WBZ Boston news radio over now to San Francisco where protesters in the golden city pull down a.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"S. attorney in Manhattan who was overseeing prosecutions of two trump allies a former police chief here in Massachusetts pleads not guilty to a charge of enticing a child under the age of sixteen authorities say that sixty three year old Ralph Marino exchanged explicit messages with someone who he thought was a fourteen year old boy on social media arranging to meet for sex Ralph Marino the former police chief of Stoke when Marino was met instead by a man he fled in a vehicle registered to the stow police department where he was again the town's chief he resigned back in April Marino heads back to court in September Boston police took more illegal fireworks off the street Friday night this following a two thousand percent increase and fireworks complaints last night in Dorchester around the fireworks went off that day Dr daisy a street around at nine thirty PM rebels no more the Walpole school committees voted unanimously to stop using the name for its high school teams WBZ says themselves well the name has ties to the Confederate flag I asked Marty who graduated from Walpole high if he agreed with the name change without getting into my political beliefs I know it doesn't expect school uniforms used to bear Confederate imagery in the school band would play Dixie Carroll who also graduated from Walpole high agrees with the name change outsiders look at that word rebel with total negativity Marty has a couple suggestions for the new name minimum would be good before they were the Hilltoppers but no matter what the name Carol has this advice sometimes powerful words can have negative connotations so they need to be very careful when they look at this word not exactly what it means to them at the moment but it might it means to other people in Walpole Suzanne Salzwedel WBZ Boston news radio over now to San Francisco protesters in the golden city pull down a statue of Francis Scott key and Golden Gate park Friday night he and his family had links to slavery he's also known for writing the poem that became the star spangled banner meanwhile in DC protesters they're toppled the only statue of a Confederate general in the nation's capital and set it on fire in the racism demonstrations are continuing all across the US still following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis protesters calling for police reform and an end to systematic racism in Raleigh demonstrators at the capitol building toppling two statues they were marching in celebration of Juneteenth before.

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Boston - Former Stow Police Chief Accused Of Trying To Meet 14-Year-Old Boy Pleads Not Guilty

WBZ Midday News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Former Stow Police Chief Accused Of Trying To Meet 14-Year-Old Boy Pleads Not Guilty

"Former police chief here in Massachusetts pleading not guilty to a charge of enticing a child under the age of sixteen authorities say sixty three year old a Ralph Marino apparently exchanged explicit explicit messages messages with with someone someone who who he he thought thought was was a a fourteen fourteen year year old old boy boy on on social social media media arranging arranging to to meet meet for for sex sex when when Marino Marino was was met met instead instead by by man man police police say he fled in a vehicle registered to the stow police department where he was at the time the town's police chief he resigned back in April Marino heads back to court in

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Six AM tomorrow but then things changed ABC's Marcus Moore is in Tulsa to explain there said that he rescinded that that curfew at the request the request of the secret service but there's been no other explanation as to as to why that recommendation was met and that rally begins at eight PM tonight our time a former still police chief pleads not guilty to charges of enticing a child sixty three year old Ralph Marino is accused of trying to meet a fourteen year old boy for sex officials say back in April Marino exchanged a series of explicit messages on social media through an app and arrange to meet up for sex with someone that he thought was a fourteen year old boy but officials say Marino was instead confronted by an adult a video of it all was posted on the YouTube channel predator poachers Massachusetts marina lives in Lancaster he resigned as stows police chief back on April twenty seventh excuse me April twenty second that is at yesterday's video arraignment Marino was ordered to have no contact with minors he's due back in court in September coming up another shake up at the White House TheStreet we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes the supergroup retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes put Saturday morning prob good morning to you downtown and not too bad now is this guy's Brighton we're looking at a good ride through the city no well work crews on the lower deck ninety three or the Z. cam you've got a nice ride into the o'neill tunnel also good ride this morning on the lever connector down onto sterile drive the Tobin and the airport tunnels you're fine early this morning south of town no complaints on the expressway that's wide open both ways between Braintree and Boston route three years okay along the south shore and no complaints one twenty four or ninety five down to Rhode Island on west of town on the pica west down we had did a work crew earlier out by the framing him service Syria to nineties found some work on going through the Shrewsbury stretch north of town of ninety three southbound one show up for work crew wrapping up in but still windy or two thirteen no complaints traveling up to New Hampshire on three or ninety five up to the New Hampshire line rob Paco WBZ's traffic on the threes and now here's a four day WBZ accu weather forecast right now we have sixty nine degrees a few clouds in the sky here in Boston those low clouds and fog will hang around especially for the south coast and islands this morning otherwise it's going to be another sought hot weather sunny and humid day on tap the highs approaching ninety in Boston lower nineties inland Cape and islands they'll stay in the seventies tonight partly cloudy a low seventy degrees tomorrow still sticky a shower or thunderstorm is possible in the afternoon especially north and west of four ninety five highs around eighty six downtown ninety inland the beaches once again in the mid seventies starting your work week off with partly sunny Monday highs of eighty four mid seventies in the beaches it'll remain warm with some sunshine on Tuesday high of eighty four it's five oh five yesterday Juneteenth celebrations and commemorations were held in cities across the country and also across Massachusetts WBZ's Karen regal was that one held in Dorchester pretty grounded tone feel Barker from speakers took in art and commemorated Juneteenth organizer Joel Richards Juneteenth is a day that America the call finally decided to be America right in America has continuously remember to be American there were some heated moments in the ninety degree temperatures on president trump's supporter showed up at trump campaign flags like he was on a did you thank what you hear and that's when we decided they walked back to WBZ it is five oh six U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman is.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Charges of enticing a child younger than sixteen Ralph Marino pleading not guilty to the charges against him prosecutors say he tried to meet up with someone he believed to be a teenage boy for sex instead he took his car a police cruiser out of Leominster to do so thirty three Marino has already admitted to exchanging messages and making the trip and he resigned from his position back on April twenty second a judge ordering Marino to have no contact with minors and at seven seventeen the nation's airlines are slowly but cautiously looking to add more flights to their schedules WBZ's Mike Macklin reports there's not much evidence though to show people are ready to fly any time soon travel picture at Logan airport is abysmal the number of passengers travelling through login hit rock bottom in may down ninety percent from the same month last year Fairport central garage has parking spaces from fourteen thousand vehicles but it's been averaging only twelve hundred cars a day short no one's going anywhere massport officials don't see much improvement in the near term they say passenger volume is not likely to rebound to pre pandemic levels at least for another two years perhaps as long as six years even as the airlines begin to schedule more flights there is little evidence people are ready to board a plane anytime soon and that goes for both business flyers and vacation travelers alike Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio meantime the very hospitals the status counted on for help during the pandemic are suffering now because of the virus two of Boston's top hospitals face what administrators called a stark financial reality because of covert nineteen staff at mass general and Brigham and women's hospital were sent emails obtained by ABC news that said a major chunk of doctors and nurses will not be receiving wage increases until July twenty twenty one and all employer provided retirement benefits will be suspended executives we'll take a twenty five percent pay cut the hospital said they've lost eight hundred million dollars so far during the pandemic Erin cutters he ABC news New York at seven eighteen on WBZ interval elections officials all over well let's try that again elections officials around the country are trying to put plans in place to keep people safe for the election in November and in many areas there's been a push to expand mail in voting ABC's Karen Travers reports the president believes his reelection could be at risk if the push becomes reality in an interview with politico president trump says mail in voting is the biggest threat to his reelection and that is campaigns legal effort to block expanded ballot access could determine whether he wins a second term the president tells the publication quote we have many lawsuits going all over and if we don't win those lawsuits I think it puts the election and risk it is striking a knowledge mint from the president that even more people are able to vote he will not be able to win Mr trump and his allies say the lawsuits are about combating voter fraud but there's never been evidence of widespread fraud associated with male and an absentee voting Karen Travers ABC news Washington speaking of the election Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's who's been seen as a top contender for the Democrats VP pick now so she's taking her name out of the running club shar says she told former VP Joe Biden the presumptive nominee that he should have a woman of color on the ticket he's got great people to choose from and there are many many qualified people but I don't think you want to lose this historic moment for our country according to CNN Biden says he'd like to name a running mate ideally by August first also today British actor Ian home has died from an illness related to Parkinson's CBS is Peter king takes a look back at his extraordinary career he was Bilbo Baggins.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dining in a restaurant well six sixteen former stow police chief Ralph Marino is pleading not guilty to trying to learn a minor for sex Marino entered his plea today via video conference in Leominster District Court authorities say Marino admitted exchanging messages with someone he believed to be a teenage boy and then traveling in his police cruiser to Leominster to meet with him arena resigned back in late April and now after today's hearing he's been ordered to have no contact with minors he's due back in court in September and of course summer officially arrives tomorrow you would think over the past week it certainly felt that way but yes it is official starting tomorrow with the nation's economy slowly re opening the nation's airlines are adding more flights and hoping for an uptick in travelers but WBZ's Mike Macklin reports not much evidence right now to suggest that people are ready to get on a plane any time soon the country is re opening state by state but the nation's airports including Boston's Logan airport remain desolate here travel through Logan hit rock bottom and may down ninety percent from the same month one year ago and there's no sign air travel is set to rebound anytime soon business travelers seem content to continue teleconferencing with clients and customers rather than boarding an airplane had vacation travelers appear to have their sights set on destinations closer to home this summer if they travel at all massport officials say passenger volume through Logan is unlikely to return to pre pandemic levels for at least another two years possibly sixty years under a worst case scenario Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's newsradio the navy today has decided to change course and has decided not to reinstate the captain of the aircraft carrier to carrier at the Theodore Roosevelt CBS's Kemi McCormick says the decision also punishes another navy executive the navy has upheld the firing of captain Brett crozier and also extended the blame to include a one star admiral who was also on board a navy investigation found both committed serious errors in judgment close you had written a memo complaining about the dangers of the outbreak on the carrier a memo that was leaked one thousand crew members eventually became infected with the corona virus Senate six eighteen in Kentucky the protests that have been breaking out following police involved deaths over the past couple of weeks another having an effect on the democratic Senate primary race former marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath has the backing of establishment Democrats raising a campaign war chest of over forty million dollars with the hopes of defeating incumbent Republican senator and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November folks want somebody to be able to take on managed but getting for Tuesday's primary could be a challenge following a string of recent killings of African Americans by law enforcement state representative Charles Booker an African American man has seen a surge in support grabbing the endorsements of senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez my bro A. B. C. news at six nineteen the state's largest teachers union is putting out a list of demands now for re opening of schools this fall WBZ's Karen regal spoke with the union president married now Jeannie here's a big sentence the buildings have to be physically safe and we need to begin to dismantle the systemic racism that foundational public education in terms of finding resources staffing and curriculum which includes getting rid of them cast Jimmy maintain schools can operate without full funding and that includes keeping teachers she says M. cast actually stifles learning we have to have curriculum be rewritten to reflect and affirm our students of color and LGBTQ student their cultures their history and the union wants police out of schools saying police are doing the jobs of social workers in Boston Karen regal WBZ.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Warburton street and route thirty eight downtown nice and quiet the lower deck drive the airport tunnels are all good miking WBZ's traffic on the threes it's a sunny evening out there and we are feeling the heat for sure still north and west of Boston we are seeing many temperatures in the mid to upper eighties and even nineties and a couple sponsored the Merrimack valley and southern New Hampshire so not cooling off just yet but later on tonight when we do most of us getting into the mid sixties and it'll be clear out there for north and west of Boston to cloudy by the coast tomorrow morning starting off the weekend we'll have a bit of fog right along the water the rest of us to sing some clouds humid again as it was today high near ninety with the beach is just about eighty someday there could be a couple of pop up showers and storms if you're north and west of four ninety five but other vice day very much like today a couple of clouds out there on your eighty five inland and the beaches will be in the mid seventy this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop it's eighty five right now in Boston at six fifteen a couple clouds in the sky and a slight breeze from the southwest Friday evening good evening I'm Nicole Davis and here are the five things you need to know governor Baker has declared today to be Juneteenth independence day in Massachusetts commemorating the end of slavery in the west one hundred fifty five years ago Juneteenth flag was raised at city hall in Boston today as demonstrators marched in cities across the nation March going on right now in New York one of three local police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor during a botched drug raid has been fired governor Baker announcing the next steps in the states re opening will take effect on Monday allowing more businesses to re open including indoor dining in a restaurant well six sixteen former stow police chief Ralph Marino is pleading not guilty to trying to learn a minor for sex Marino entered his plea today via video conference in Leominster District Court authorities say Marino admitted exchanging messages.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The ward winning windows doors siding and roofing at guaranteed everyday low prices was it window world of Boston dot com now that is when the world of Boston dot com it is sunny it is hot it is a little bit cloudy the city of Boston right now bit of a breeze coming from the southwest at twelve miles an hour tonight all of us are going to get down into about the upper sixties and it will clear out inland but it will be a little cloudy right by the coast tomorrow some fog to start off the day right by the beach otherwise some clouds on the order right by the water the rest of us seeing some sun and with a high near ninety inland beaches right about eighty and we could see some pop up showers and storms on Sunday this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop eighty seven degrees right now in Boston at four fifteen good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis here are the five things you need to know governor Baker declaring today Juneteenth independence day commemorating the end of slavery in the US and one hundred fifty five years ago the flag has been raised at Boston city hall and Lawrence the city is marking the occasion by closing city services one of three local police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor during a botched drug rate has been fired thank of Anna Baker is announcing the next step in phase two of the state's three opening thing that goes into effect on Monday allowing more businesses to re opening to re open weather including indoor dining restaurant former Stoke police chief Ralph Marino was in court today via video conference pleading not guilty to trying to have sex with a minor Reno entering his plea via that virtual hearing through Leominster District Court.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do you say to the fourteen year old what did you tell them you want to do although we can appreciate what this group is trying to do we have rules and guidelines that we need to follow we have to secure evidence there to make sure this problem because we have to get a warrant so we did all those things brown pleaded not guilty part of the police evidence was Velazquez's video and something else he's so proud of its scrawled across his face mask the chat logs so I'm always like don't worry I have the chat logs I screen record everything he showed us the alleged chat logs from another encounter that made recent headlines the arrest of still police chief Ralph Marino who has since stepped down me Marino is set for arraignment Friday on a charge of enticing a child according to prosecutors as long as it is made clear they are recording the person and they turn over all evidence they should be protected from prosecution the SpaceX crew dragon capsule and falcon nine rocket set for launch Wednesday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida president trump will attend the launch Benji Reid is the SpaceX director of crew mission management he says the team is watching very closely over conditions from the launch site in Florida up to the northern Atlantic we're actually looking at waves were looking at wave velocity and wave height because we need to make sure that if the crew had to come down and launch a scape scenario that they would come down to see state that would keep them safe NASA and SpaceX officials are asking the public to stay home because of the corona virus pandemic usually crowds would gather on beaches and surrounding areas to watch the launch Saturday was world turtle day CBS's Wendy Gillette says the corona virus pandemic has altered everything even the studies of baby turtles you can hear the delight of the crowd watched a baby sea turtle crawl into the ocean off of bald head island in North Carolina last year this year total nest excavations will be a less public affair thanks to the coronavirus social.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Me tender style he has brown sent him a sexual message on Grindr so he answered well I'm fourteen what do you think LOL brown's alleged answer common plan what did you say to the fourteen year old what did you tell them you want to do although we can appreciate what this group is trying to do we have rules and guidelines that we need to follow we have to secure evidence for it to make sure this problem because we have to get a warrant so we did all those things brown pleaded not guilty part of the police evidence was Velazquez's video and something else he's so proud of it scrawled across his face mask the chat logs so I'm always like don't worry I have the chat logs I screen record everything he showed us the alleged chat logs from another encounter that made recent headlines the arrest of still police chief Ralph Marino who has since stepped down we are in need Marino is set for arraignment Friday on a charge of enticing a child according to prosecutors as long as it's made clear they're recording the person and they turn over all evidence they should be protected from prosecution the SpaceX crew dragon capsule in fountain the falcon nine rocket are set for Wednesday launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida president trump will attend the launch Benji Reid is the SpaceX director of crew mission management he says the team is watching conditions very closely from the launch site in Florida up to the northern Atlantic corrector looking at waves were looking at wave velocity and wave height because we need to make sure that if the crew had to come down I'm in a lunch escape scenario that they would come down to see state that would keep them safe NASA and SpaceX officials are asking the public to stay home because of the pandemic usually crowds would gather on beaches and surrounding areas to watch the launch today is world turtle day CBS's Wendy Gillette says the corona virus pandemic has altered everything even studies of baby turtles you can hear the delight of the crowd watched a baby sea turtle crawl into the ocean off of bald head island in North Carolina last year this year total nest excavations will be a less public affair thanks to the coronavirus social distancing will keep the human.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the fourteen year old what did you tell them you want to do although we can appreciate what this group is trying to do we have rules and guidelines that we need to follow we have to secure evidence with to make sure this problem because we have to get a warrant so we did all those things brown pleaded not guilty part of the police evidence was Velazquez's video and something else he's so proud of its scrawled across his face mask the chat logs so I'm always like don't worry I have chat logs I screen record everything he showed us the alleged chat logs from another encounter that made recent headlines the arrested still police chief Ralph Marino who has since stepped down Marino is set for arraignment Friday on a charge of enticing a child according to prosecutors as long as it's made clear they're recording the person and they turn over all evidence they should be protected from prosecution the SpaceX crew dragon capsule and falcon nine rocket set for Wednesday launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida president trump will attend the launch Benji Reid as the SpaceX director of crew mission management he says the team is watching very closely over conditions from the launch site up to the northern Atlantic corrector looking at waves were looking at wave velocity and wave height because we need to make sure that if the crew had to come down and once escape scenario that they would come down to see state that would keep them safe NASA and SpaceX the fest officials are asking the public to stay home because of the pandemic usually crowds would gather on beaches and surrounding areas to watch the launch today is world turtle day CBS's wanted to let says that the pandemic is altered everything even studies of baby turtles you can hear the delight of the crowd watched a baby sea turtle crawl into the ocean off of bald head island in North Carolina last year this year total nest excavations will be a less public affair thanks to the coronavirus social distancing will keep the human.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To many of those cases these professionals say extraordinary efforts are being made to keep you safe Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio New York City mayor bill de Blasio says may is going to be a decisive month for the Big Apple adding that he feels confident about things getting substantially back to normal by September deblasio believes between the end of may and the start of the new school year is when things will start to loosen up in the city he does reiterate the reopening process is going to be done and slow and careful stages seven forty eight here in Boston sort of a wash out for Friday here we've got some showers and cold air coming off the water which is going to keep temperatures in the middle forties today protesters are once again planning a mass rally outside the capitol of Wisconsin today details from ABC news correspondent Ryan borrow a convention of states foundation a well funded conservative group is promoting a caravan and rendezvous in Madison on Friday Eric o'keefe is board chairman we're not instigating anything we we just want to provide a forum group is critical of governor Tony either safer at home extension through Memorial Day he's being sued by the state Republican leadership but either says the order is less restrictive than other states under our new order you're still couldn't go on take a walk go for a bike ride or walk the dogs member of president Donald trump's council to re open the country says a well funded donor plans to pay anyone's bail who is arrested Bryan Burrough ABC news may be hard to believe but people are still taking vacations these days and Italian cruise ship long docked in Nagasaki Japan reports nearly a hundred people on board have now tested positive the outbreak surfaced earlier this week after a crew member developed a cough and a fever meantime Italy has begun antibody testing at its hardest hit region to get a better scope on the outbreak and figure out how to move forward antibody tests have been launched in the northern region of Lombardy Italy is hardest hit with nearly thirteen thousand deaths from cove at nineteen more than half of the country's total death toll the aim is to obtain information about corona virus immunity to help guide authorities as they reopened the long lock down country it is due to start phase two with the gradual return to work across the country on may fourth Sabina castle Franco CBS news read in the Philippines president Rodrigo drug Draco do Terry a threatens to declare martial law after accusing communist rebels of killing two soldiers who were simply escorting food deliveries during the corona virus quarantine deterred a also extending the lockdown in Manila and several other provinces up to may fifteenth the Philippines report around seven thousand cases of covert nineteen and nearly five hundred deaths that is among the highest rates of the illness in Southeast Asia other news of the day the former chief of police in the town of still facing charges of enticing a minor Ralph Marino is due in Leominster District Court on may twenty second also an arrest made in the stabbing death of a homeless man in Cambridge and a look at the race to the White House new Harvard University poll finds former VP Joe Biden with a significant lead over president trump among young Americans according to the Harvard poll all former vice president Biden leads president trump fifty one percent to twenty eight percent among all young Americans age eighteen to twenty nine two thirds of those polled sixty six percent disapprove of president trump's job performance and by a two to one margin they say the president has made their lives worse more than three in five agree the outcome of the twenty twenty election will make a difference in their lives more than half of those polled say they will definitely vote in this November's presidential election as for issues that are important covert nineteen tops the agenda of the young Americans polled white backlit WBZ Boston news radio we.

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some people actually working overnight from all parties were talking Democrats Republicans the White House everybody on board everybody trying to work out their differences so that small businesses can get money to survive hospitals can get funding that we can expand testing here's the AP's Aug I'm a guy the Senate's top Democrat says there's a deal on big parts of another massive coronavirus aid package the morning after president trump said he was optimistic about progress on a nearly five hundred billion dollar package we hope to have an agreement very soon and hopefully tomorrow the Senate is going to be able to vote Chuck Schumer says he thinks it will pass today after leaders from both parties reached a deal after midnight talks with administration officials post number tell CNN they still have to dot the I's and cross the tease before an afternoon session if the Senate can pass at the house plans to call lawmakers here to Washington for a vote later this week more than three hundred billion dollars would go to a small business payroll loan program that ran out of money last week with billions more for hospitals aimed for boosting virus testing soccer make ani Washington the chief of police in Stowe has been relieved of all duties after meeting with mass state police over the weekend it comes after a video posted on YouTube by a self described activist appears to show chief Ralph Marino trying to meet up with a boy of four relations sexual relations in a statement the stow police say they are deeply disturbed shocked and disgusted state police are currently investigating that a doctor from western mass is sharing his experience on how tough it can be to get that P. P. here's James Roha Dr Andrew Ordon steam of Baystate health was never really involved with the supply chain of medical equipment that was until the cove in nineteen pandemic we've had to become involved in this because it is such an integral part of how we're gonna respond to best he and others have been doing everything they can to find and purchase and transport P. P. E. themselves a few weeks ago they found a supplier when they got there they were met by the FBI they verified who the doctor was and eventually said they could take the supplies but then we began to get concerned that there was something else going on we were told the department of homeland security was considering their options about where they were going to direct the material because apparently they have the option of making that decision unbeknownst to us it took several hours and several phone calls to congressional representatives to make sure the P. P. could be loaded into a truck and taken back to.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kevin thank you coming up we can tell you where there are some new meal sites in Boston for children and youth opening up today six new sites that's coming up a right now the forecast is going downhill quickly that wind advisory starts at two o'clock this afternoon two until seven o'clock we're going to see some very damaging wind gusts here potential for some limbs downed wires down and power outages and again a lot of us have that freezer full of food for the pandemic we don't go shopping as often so it's always a problem when you lose the power of heavy downpours to if you're driving in to work we're going to see some hail as well so this is going to be a damaging storm later on tonight clearing blustery and cold the real feel in the twenties and then tomorrow still blustery and cold but the sun will shine Thursday more rain arriving likely into Thursday evening and then we are stuck with the rainy cloudy chilly Friday and the weekend is going to be cooler than normal and right now it's looking rainy as well so not a great week right now it's really nice out there relatively speaking despite that wind chill and the thermometers are very confused right now depending on where you are a range of ten degrees just with those chilly wind gusts already ten thirty five good morning let's go to stow the chief of police rocking that community's been relieved of all duties after meeting with state police over the weekend there was a video posted on YouTube by a self described activist it appears to show chief Ralph Marino trying to meet up with a boy four sacks now in a statement the stow police department says they are quote deeply disturbed shocked and disgusted after hearing of these alleged actions state police are currently investigating the allegations doctors say those people pro testing the shut down right now of nonessential businesses are putting themselves at risk of being exposed to cold in nineteen Mike Bauer with more for over a month now health officials have warned lifting covert restrictions too soon would be dangerous at the shutdown of nonessential businesses is the best way to contain the spread of the virus and re opening too early could cause a resurgence pushing back against protesters want the economy reopen.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are you ready to let go I am I am part of hospice is fielding phone calls from across the country providers saying how can we help another saying how can we do this in our area for our patients the pop I was planning to be here through June thirtieth but they are already in discussions to see if they can extend past that date to make sure they meet the needs here in New Orleans nearly twenty four thousand people have been diagnosed in Louisiana but hospitalizations in the state appear to be declining locally the police chief and stole him relieved of his duties this weekend after a meeting with state police investigators the details behind the dismissal of chief Ralph Marino not known but officials do say there's no reason to believe the activities involved for concern the operations of the stow police department in the interim sergeant Daniel the Darren friend that is has been named acting chief of police it's nine fifty a patriot today without a Boston Marathon is another repercussion of the world turned inside out but W. B. C.'s Karl Stephen says get out Boston there's still a big race ahead of us I know it would be a lot more fun at the starting line in Hopkinton where thousands would gather beneath the sun but all of us still have a race to run it's a marathon we run to not get deal some of us have already climbed heartbreak hill alleys in valley side streets of sorrow we run today to get to tomorrow we run without moving just to get through we run with the doctor in the ICU we run with the nurse who answers the call the EMT who lifts a man when he falls we run with the fireman responds to the bell we run with the cop who runs into hell we run with the priest whose prayers never stop with the grocery clerk at the stop and shop with those who hold hands in a nursing home we run with an old woman who's all alone we run it's our duty this isn't for fun and every morning brings its own starting we're running a marathon through this virus whether one foot then another we're in it together through the mines storm of doubt in the hearts raging heat will keep running until we make it to Boylston street when we cross that finish line will yell Hooray and remember when we were patriots and patriots day Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The city of angels CBS news correspondent Adriana won gold in Los Angeles says not even social distancing can stop the basic need to help other operation love has already distributed hundreds of surgical gloves and thousands of masks to people in need last week they delivered Easter baskets to seniors in need and this week it's twenty that paper for the homeless we found a very small way we could help we've heard so much about all the devastation of call of it that we felt we could do something to make a difference the operation love team says that next week they plan on handing out more than three hundred packets of essentials like hand sanitizer and masks the homeless population eight fifty here in Boston locally the police chief in Stowe is been relieved of his duties after meeting with state police over for the weekend the details behind the dismissal of chief Ralph Marino not known but officials do say there is no reason to believe that the activities under investigation involved the operation of the entire still police department in the meantime sergeant Darren thread as been named acting chief of police in style one person is now in custody after an armed robbery at a convenience store in Walpole overnight police say the man went into a Cumberland farms of the gun and then took off leading Walpole police on a chase the suspect's vehicle crashed on route one day there was a short foot chase the man was then taken down and taken into custody police believe there may be a second second suspect on the loose as well bobble heads and donuts what will they think of next apparently something because the nation's top infectious disease expert wins over even more fans been named for Dr Anthony Fauci fell G. spring from wild heaven beer in Atlanta these furry is a pale ale brewed with us so you berries and instrumental blend of hops the breweries also introducing another code nineteen related lager don't stand so close to me in honor of those drinking at a social distance and following soon after all right IPA called what else we will meet again you too Hon ABC news the streets are empty a new era dawns in Boston hospitals are crowded Baker says as many as one hundred and seventy two thousand people in the state could get infected home quarantine is pushing family love to the limit remember we're in this together we'll get through this together stay safe stay informed and stay with WBZ Boston news radio hi.

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"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"ralph marino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The reading into the neighborhoods hardest hit by the epidemic Dorchester Hyde Park east Roxbury and Mattapan residents reminded to practice social distancing keep their faces covered in public and wash their hands often they're also given ways they can get more information from the city information is a key weapon in this war against the covert pandemic mayor Walsh's open this new tactical better deploy that weapon across the city cannibal WBZ Boston news radio lawmakers on Beacon Hill of now send the bill to the governor aimed at providing a safety net for renters homeowners and small businesses grappling with the economic fallout of the corona virus state of emergency the legislation prohibits all nonessential affections and foreclosures provides mortgage borrowers with forbearance options and it protects tenants from late fees it would create a moratorium on all stages of the eviction and foreclosure process for either a hundred and twenty days after the enactment of legislation or forty five days after the state of emergency has been lifted the police chief of stove resting Marino has been relieved of his duties submits an investigation chief Marino placing himself on indefinite administrative leave this afternoon yesterday afternoon after meeting with state police these haven't said yet what the investigation involves but do say there's no reason to believe activities being investigated involved or concerned the operations of the stow police department the city of Brockton becomes the latest issue stricter social isolation guidelines a curfew is now in place from nine PM to six AM the mayor wants everyone to wear a mask outside their home violators could be slapped with a thousand dollar fine the city of Lynn imposing similar restrictions and fines Boston has a suggested curfew Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has announced that Equifax has agreed to pay eighteen point two million dollars after a twenty seventeen data breach affecting the personal data of nearly three million people in Massachusetts next up we've got a check of business with Bloomberg I'm not a sin Rogers WBZ Boston news radio there will be a day when your back stuck in traffic until then WBZ newsradio for the most accurate reporting on this pandemic will also bring you every press conference with the mayor the governor and the president we are in this together we will get through this together Stacey stay informed and stay with WBZ Boston news radio this is a Bloomberg money minute Wall Street gets back to business today riding back to back weekly gains investors are growing increasingly optimistic as the talk turns to an eventual re opening in the U. S. economy from its coronavirus lockdown but Sean call her over at Barclays capital warns that optimism may be premature I can understand why some investors are getting excited about the possibilities are real big but we're still at parties very cautious of how this prospect looks over the summer and into the fall oil begins the week after falling last week by nearly twenty percent oil field services company Halliburton will release its quarterly earnings this morning showing the downturns impact on its bottom line Halliburton's larger rivals slumbers J. on Friday announced a cut in its dividend played in the oil market ash and we'll see more bank results today after the nation's biggest banks open their books last week we'll hear today from M..