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"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Votes are being cast right now in a pair of historic run off elections that will determine the balance of power in the Senate. It is a race that cost the candidates more than half a billion dollars today. President elect Joe Biden will hope for a sweep in those run offs. ABC Steve Austin Sami Tells us what's on the line for the incoming administration. If either of the Democrats lose this runoff election, President elect Joe Biden could wind up with the Republican Senate that tries to block his entire agenda. The power is literally in your hands. Like any time in my career, one state One state. And chart the course not just for the next four years. But for next generation. All the biggest political names have come down to Georgia. Republican Senator Kelly left there, by the way, says she will join a dozen others in the Senate tomorrow in a last ditch effort to reverse The electoral college results. Rhode Island Governor Genera Mondo on quarantine in quarantine again after coming into close contact with someone infected with covert 19. This is second time that Raimondo has been sent to the sidelines. During this pandemic. However, she still continually tests negative. Governor Amando will now be working from home but will be unable to address the Rhode Island House and Senate when it gathers today for a new session. Legendary talk show host Larry King takes a big step forward in his recovery from Cove in 19. WBC's Drew Mulholland is here with the latest Yes, Larry King has been moved out of the intensive care unit at a Los Angeles hospital, and his condition is improving. He's breathing on his own. The 87 year old even shared a facetime or some sort of video call with his three sons. Larry King has had several health scares in recent years was moved to the ICU on New Year's Eve. He had been receiving oxygen but again is now breathing on his own good. News there for Larry King, Germany. Holland WBZ Boston's news radio 903 out to the roadways now and every 10 minutes a check of traffic and weather together. Looks like we're gonna need both today. So let's check in with Lori Grandee and the Subaru retailers up to England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Oh, yeah. Jeff, things have gone a bit South forest. We are dealing with some flurries out there some snow on the road, and that makes for slippery conditions 93 North bound and Randolph three cars involved in a collision. They're all on the breakdown lane. Luckily this right by route 28 there 93 north on my route. 28 Randolph, also in sharing 95, north on one car went right into the guard rail slipped right off the road by South Main Street. So watch out for delays There. North about Expressway continues to be heavy, never really loosened up for us this morning still slow from Savin Hill, the Southampton Street. Top of stuff We are seeing downtown Boston. If your plans include heading over towards Logan, you're doing okay. It's the lever connector. That's still the toughest spot force 93 on two story Dr. Work continues Route to West Ham and the right hand Lane is closed off in Arlington by Dow Avenue. So watch out for that also wrote one North about a bit of a dicey situation there. The shoulder is closed on the rotary. At fern Craft, So watch out for slow down there again. That's in Danvers, Laurie Grandi. WBC's traffic on the three were heading south here in Boston for the time being,.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Here. The stories were working on today. Starting the week after Thanksgiving, Rhode Island's high schools will shift to 25% capacity. According to a letter obtained by multiple media outlets from the state deputy education commissioner. Two superintendents high schools will transition to a restricted plan developed earlier this year. It includes remote learning for the majority of students. Organized school sports will also be canceled until after the new year. Different estimates of the state of Rhode Island's current year budget deficit or being made public this week. Governor remind Does Budget Office estimated the deficit at 114 million, But the fiscal advisor for the Rhode Island House of Representatives put the number at 275 million. Both figures are much lower than the $900 million deficit that was initially projected due to the economic impact of the pandemic. We came out of it and not as bad of a shape as we thought we were gonna half House Finance Committee chair Marvin Abney, speaking to NBC, 10 Rhode Island's reported 1280 new coronavirus cases yesterday, the most ever reported in a single day. The daily positivity test rate is at 7%. Another six people have died, bringing the states the death toll to 1284. Nationwide. A quarter of a million Americans have now died from the virus. Johns Hopkins University reports a nation pass at once unthinkable number yesterday. While President Trump may still be refusing to concede the election, it appears some members of his administration both past and present are reaching out to President elect Joe Biden. Reports surfaced yesterday that a number of them have decided to start speaking with Biden's transition team. Results are expected today from Georgia's hand recount of the presidential election. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. Walton and Douglas County's uncovered around 600 missing boats that hadn't been counted this week. It comes after both Fayette and Floyd counties uncovered more than 2500 votes. Each non was near enough to change the anticipated outcome of the election in the state, which has already been called in favor of Biden..

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"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ronnie hear the stories were working on today. Starting the week after Thanksgiving, Rhode Island's high schools will shift to 25% capacity. According to a letter obtained by multiple media outlets from the state deputy education commissioner. Two superintendents high schools will transition to a restricted plan developed earlier this year. It includes remote learning for the majority of students. Organized school sports will also be canceled until after the new year. Different estimates of the state of Rhode Island's current year budget deficit or being made public this week. Governor remind Does Budget Office estimated the deficit at 114 million, But the fiscal advisor for the Rhode Island House of Representatives put the number at 275 million. Both figures are much lower than the $900 million deficit that was initially projected due to the economic impact of the pandemic. We came out of it and not as bad of a shape as we thought we were gonna have House Finance Committee chair Marvin Abney, speaking to NBC 10, Rhode Island's reported 1280 new coronavirus cases yesterday, the most ever reported in a single day. The daily positivity test rate is at 7%. Another six people have died, bringing the state's death told a 1284. Nationwide a quarter of a million Americans have now died from the virus. Johns Hopkins University reports a nation past at once, unthinkable number yesterday. While President Trump may still be refusing to concede the election, it appears some members of his administration both past and present are reaching out to President elect Joe Biden. Reports surfaced yesterday that a number of them have decided to start speaking with Biden's transition team. Results are expected today from Georgia's hand recount of the presidential election. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. Walton and Douglas County's uncovered around 600 missing boats that hadn't been counted this week. It comes after both Fayette and Floyd counties uncovered more than 2500 votes. Each non was near enough to change the anticipated outcome of the election in the state, which has already been called in favor of Biden..

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"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Unbound dot org's Right Now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continued their dream of education who drop out and help the family put food on the table. You can help change their future in a single moment, you know, see how far you support can go Lagonda unbound dot org's run here the stories we're working on today. After an exhaustive and often contentious campaign. It's all come down to this Americans heading to the polls today, with nearly 100 million early votes already cast President Trump, of course, trying to hold off a Democratic challenger Joe Biden. His quest for re election has been hampered by the Corona virus outbreak. Biden argues that Trump has failed to fulfill his primary duty as president to protect the American people. Control of the U. S. Senate is up for grabs. Democrats think they have a good chance to regain control of the Senate after being the minority party for several years, Democrats needed a net gain of at least three seats, plus a win by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. If Biden wins the White House, his VP would act as the tiebreaker in the Senate. I'm Terri more in Washington. In Rhode Island. Democratic Senator Jack Reed faces Republican challenger Alan Waters. Democrats looking to retain control of the U. S House and Rhode Island's first congressional district. Democratic, David says Cellini is looking for a six term He faces independent candidates Fred Y. Sake, and Jeffrey Lemaire. In the second House district 19 year, Democratic representative Jim Langevin faces Republican former state lawmaker Robert Lancia. There are notable mayoral races to watch and Rhode Island including and Warwick and Cranston and Rhode Island House Speaker Nick Mandy Yellow is facing a challenge from Republican Barbara and Fenton Funk..

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Andrea Lee Reads Haruki Murakami

The New Yorker: Fiction

09:12 min | 1 year ago

Andrea Lee Reads Haruki Murakami

"We're going to hear barn burning by rookie Murakami translated from the Japanese beneath by Philip Gabriel which was published in the New Yorker in November of nineteen ninety. Two when you try to put it in words it doesn't sound like anything special but if you see it with your own eyes for ten or twenty minutes we were just chatting at the bar and almost without thinking she kept on performing. It gradually the center offensive. Reality is sucked right out of everything around you. The story was chosen by Andrea Lee. WHO's the author of the National Book Award Nominated Memoir Russian Journal and four books of fiction including the forthcoming Rhode Island House which we published in twenty twenty one? Hi Andrea Hi Deborah. So so wh what made you choose a story by Murakami to read today. Well this is always been a story that I was very fond of I. I read it a longtime ago actually in the magazine and then I read it again when the collection came out on the elephant vanishes but I was reminded of how much I liked it when I saw a film film that is somewhat based on it which is Burning that just came out this year by Lee Chang Dong the Korean that Korean director which is is a wonderful fell so I went back and of course reread the the more comedy story and and remember just how much I how much you know. Satisfies satisfies me in every way has everything I like in a story. So what are those things that you look for in a story. Well what I particularly like again in stories and more coming in particular is the grounding that he does in the details of the everyday world and then somehow managing to enter subtly in other dimensions into other realms. This particular story would starts out almost in a banal fashion becomes uh-huh terribly frightening it becomes a mystery. It becomes frightening on on so many levels. Yeah it's interesting that you called it a satisfying story because for me. It's the story that leaves many many questions unanswered or unsatisfied. But maybe that's is that his faction of like about it. You know the satisfaction for me is the fact that it's mystery that it is completely unsolved at the end and yet somehow there is that that is a very that is a solution for me and interestingly enough the film goes in a different direction and much as revealed the end and I wasn't quite satisfied with the you know with quite a definite solution into the mystery in the film as I was to the mysteries of the remains in the story. Yeah Yeah it allows your your imagination to provide the ending. Yes exactly exactly. The story was written Quite early in in Murakami's writing career. It was published in Japanese in nineteen eighty-three when he was I think in his mid thirties or early thirties. do you think that it feels like early work for him or do you think it's consistent with his later writing I think it's consistent with With all the themes. I can't really speak as a more copy expert because I have not read everything that he's written but I feel that it's consistent in all of the stories. I've read of his. This feeling of parallel lives parallel. Worlds this terrible cre- penis that enters into ordinary live I think it's all they're running. I think You know it has all the elements that we recognize as as being classic Ugh more common elements. Yeah we'll we'll talk some more after the story. Now here's Andrea Lee Reading Barn burning by rookie Murakami translated from the Japanese knees. Bhai Philip Gabriel Barn burning. I met her at a friend's wedding reception here in Tokyo. And we got to know. Oh other three years ago. There is nearly a dozen years age difference between us. She being twenty and I thirty one not that it battered much idolize. ELSOM my mind then and didn't have time to worry about things like age and she didn't care about the difference at all. I was married to but that didn't bother her either for her your age or marital status or income. Were like your shoe size. How high or low your voices the shape of if your fingernails in other words? Not the kind of thing you can do anything about come to think of it. I guess she's right. She was studying with that guy. I can't remember his name. That famous mime and working as an advertising model to make ends meet but she usually found it too much trouble to go out on the assignments. Her agent got her so her income didn't amount to much what it didn't cover her boyfriend's made up. Of course I don't know for sure but things thinks she said seemed to hint at that kind of arrangement. I'm not saying that. She slept with men for money. Maybe there were times when something close to that took place but but that's not the point. Something else was at work. In her relations with men there was a simplicity about her that attracted a certain type of man he look at that unabashed simplicity and want to put it together with his own complicated bottled up feelings. I can't explain it well but oh I think that's what was going on. You could say that. She lived on her simplicity. Naturally you couldn't expect things to work that way all the time that would turn turn the whole structure of the universe upside down. It could only happen under certain conditions in a certain time and place the way it did with the tendering appealing appealing. Let me tell you about. This tangerine peeling as I mentioned when I first met her. She told me she was studying. Mime that so I said and didn't surprise me too much young women. These days are all studying something or other. But she didn't seem the type who'd be serious about perfecting a skill then she showed me the tendering peeling as the name says it involves peeling. A Tangerine on her left was a bowl piled high with tangerines. Insurance on her right Abo- for the peel. At least that was the idea. Actually there wasn't anything there at all she taken imaginary. Very Tangerine in her hand slowly. Peel it but one section in her mouth and spit out the seeds when she'd finished one tangerine she'd wrap up all the seats in the peel and deposit it in the ball to her right. She repeated these movements over and over again. When you try to put it in words it doesn't sound like anything special but if you see it with your own eyes for ten or twenty minutes we were just chatting at the bar and almost without thinking she kept on performing it gradually? The sense of reality is sucked right out of everything around you. It's a very strange feeling. A long time ago. When Adolf Eichmann was on trial in an Israeli court someone said that fitting punishment for him would be locking him in an airtight room and slowly pumping all the air out? I don't know how he actually died. The story just sort of popped into my head. You're pretty talented. I told her this. It's easy s nothing to do with talent. What you do isn't make yourself believe that? Their tangerines Rian Stare. You forget that the tangerines are not there. That's all sounds like then I could see we were going to get along. We didn't go without all that often about once a month twice in most at caller up and ask her where she'd like to go we'd have to have a few drinks in a bar and talk up a storm arm and listen to her talk. She'd listened to me. We had hardly anything in common to talk about but that didn't matter. I guess you'd say we were friends. Naturally I paid for everything. Thank all the food and drink a few times. She called me up usually when she'd run out of money and was hungry on those occasions. She ate like you wouldn't believe I was is completely relaxed when I was with her. I could erase everything from my mind all the work. I didn't want to do the jumble of senseless ideas people people carry around in their heads. She had that effect on me. She didn't talk about anything in particular often. I would just Kim nodding my head not really picking up the gist of her words but listening to her made me feel relaxed as if I were gazing drifting clouds far off in the distance. It's I talked about all sorts of things too. I told her as honestly as I could. My thoughts on everything from personal dilemmas to the a state of the world. You name it. Maybe she was doing the same thing. I did just nodding her head as she listened to me without any of its sinking in. But I didn't care what I was looking for was a certain feeling. It feeling that had nothing to do with sympathy or understanding

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"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Safety, goggles, and odor. Respirator and beliefs on Thursday during a traffic stop in Delaware. Coleman was asked by police. If anybody else was in the car, he reportedly replied, she's in the trunk. There's been a significant change to the story about a providence woman who was said to have been killed by a panhandler in Baltimore. Maryland jaclyn. Smith's husband Keith Smith was arrested along with his daughter in? Texas yesterday on first degree murder charges. It was initially reported that Jacqueline Smith was fatally stabbed by a man after trying to give money to a young woman with a baby. And the cardboard sign that asked for help feeding her child a vote is scheduled for tomorrow in the Rhode Island House Judiciary committee on Bill to keep Roe v. Wade legal in the state, regardless of federal decisions made about legal abortion, a reworked version of the Bill includes a ban on all late term abortions unless it is necessary for the mother's survival. Also includes language, affirming, a federal law that bans so-called partial birth abortions. Huge storms are sweeping across the nation generating deadly tornados in the southeast and dumping snow from California's Sierra Nevada all the way to right here. Of course in New England tornadoes killed at least twenty three people in Alabama and injured dozens on Sunday tornadoes also hidden in Georgia and in Florida national security adviser, John Bolton is calling President Trump's second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN a six. Sess the president has conducted this diplomacy different from prior administrations. All three prior administrations that address this question failed. So he's trying a different route on CNN state of the union bulletin said the meeting was unquestionably successful because Trump protected and defended American interests, he said, the United States is committed to maximising pressure with sanctions until North Korea. Denuclearize is house minority leader Kevin McCarthy is defending President Trump against impeachment talks. There's nothing that the president did wrong in this process to be impeached show me where the president did anything to be impeached on ABC's this week the California Republican dismissed New York democratic Representative Jerrold Nadler's plans to investigate whether Trump merits impeachment. Mccarthy went on to argue that Nadler decided to impeach Trump the day, he won the election Nadler, who is the House Judiciary chairman said he plans to request documents from officials close to the White House to begin making his case for impeachment to the American people NewsRadio nine. Twenty one zero four seven FM sports. The Celtics gave up forty two points to James harden and a one fifteen to one zero four lost to the visiting rockets. The seas begin a four-game road trip at Golden State tomorrow. The Bruins host the hurricanes tomorrow at TD garden. They've won ten of their last eleven and our second in the Atlantic with eighty seven points. Tony rendez. Three run Homer. Put the Red Sox in front in a seven run sixth-inning and they held on for nine two seven win over the twins at JetBlue park in the AHL providence skated to a five to to win over Springfield. Providence has sixty seven points, Springfield, fifty nine. Get news on demand. Twenty four seven at NewsRadio RI dot com. Now, more of Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron Saint Pierre. Newsradio nine twenty one.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Goggles and odor respirator and bleach on Thursday during a traffic stop in Delaware. Coleman was asked by police. If anybody else was in the car, he reportedly replied, she's in the trunk. There's been a significant change to the story about a providence woman who was said to have been killed by a panhandler in Baltimore. Maryland jaclyn. Smith's husband Keith Smith was arrested along with his daughter in Texas yesterday on first degree. Murder charges. It was initially reported that Jacqueline Smith was fatally stabbed by a man after trying to give money to a young woman with a baby and a cardboard sign that asked for help feeding her child a vote is scheduled for tomorrow in the Rhode Island House Judiciary committee on a Bill to keep Roe v. Wade legal in the state, regardless of federal decisions made about legal abortion, a reworked version of the Bill includes a ban on all late term abortions unless it is necessary for the mother's survival. It also includes language, affirming, a federal law that bans so-called partial birth abortions. Huge storms are sweeping across the nation generating deadly tornados in the southeast and dumping snow from California's Sierra Nevada all the way to right here. Of course in New England tornadoes killed at least twenty three people in Alabama and injured dozens on Sunday tornadoes also hit in Georgia and in Florida national security adviser, John Bolton is calling President Trump's second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN a success. The president has. Conducted this diplomacy different from prior administrations. All three prior administrations that address this question failed. So he's trying a different route on CNN state of the union Bolton said the meeting was unquestionably successful because Trump protected and defended American interests, he said, the United States is committed to maximising pressure with sanctions until North Korea. Denuclearize is house minority leader Kevin McCarthy is defending President Trump against impeachment talks. There's nothing that the president did wrong in this process to be impeached show me where the president did anything to be impeached on ABC's this week the California Republican dismissed New York democratic Representative Jerrold Nadler's plans to investigate whether Trump merits impeachment. Mccarthy went on to argue that Nadler decided to impeach Trump the day, he won the election Nadler, who is the House Judiciary chairman said he plans to request documents from officials close to the White House to begin making his case for impeachment to the American people NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven f. Sports. The Celtics gave up forty two points to James harden and a one fifteen to one zero four loss to the visiting rockets. The seas begin a four-game road trip at Golden State tomorrow. The Bruins host the hurricanes tomorrow at TD garden. They've won ten of their last eleven and our second in the Atlantic with eighty seven points. Tony renta's. Three run Homer. Put the Red Sox in front in seven run sixth-inning and they held on for nine two seven win over the twins at JetBlue park in the AHL providence skated to a five to to win over Springfield. Providence has sixty seven points, Springfield, fifty nine. Get news on demand. Twenty four seven at NewsRadio RI dot com. Now, more of Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Ron saint-pierre. Newsradio nine twenty one zero four.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"By the afternoon hours with a high of forty one degrees. But it will impact your morning commute to keep us close by okay? A day after Governor Gina Raimondo or lawmakers to make this the year to codify women's access to reproductive health care relevant. Legislation was filed at the state house and Senate Representative Edith a yellow and Senator Gil golden introduced the reproductive health act. Previous versions of which were filed back in two thousand seventeen and eighteen the act with kind of find the current state of law on reproductive rights here in the ocean state based on Roe v. Wade the two legislators say that they're pushing for passage of their Bill to protect Rhode Islanders in the case of any federal rollback of rights noting. The supreme court is conservative leaning now in claiming that the current president and US Senate leader are opposed to reproductive freedom. Now, the governor's going to release her budget is going to come out come out today. We'll see we can plug some of these holes. We're looking at the potential of a two hundred million dollars shortfall. Rhode Island house of representatives has set a rules absent rules to follow for this year's legislative session. And as we know without rules this chaos. Providence Journal reporting a house rules Bill passed on Wednesday night. The rulemaking process was thrust into the spotlight by that group of Democrats calling themselves the reform caucus who are openly critical of the power that house speaker Nick Mattielo yields and the rules that were passed include one change based on the Caucasus suggestion, which was bills that see a language change must wait twenty four hours before being voted on. So people can digest it, although the caucus wanted it to be forty eight hours. They got half of that at the twenty four discount airline. Norwegian air is closing its base at Tf green airport, the airline says the move is part of a broader cost cutting measure, but that it will continue operate to and from Tf green. And that no flights are being affected by this change. Norwegian began offering services at Tf green airport back in two thousand seventeen so they will continue to offer service, although a basis being closed at the airport official praise to a seven-year-old call in this kid of hero who. Alerted hospital staff to a fire over at the Hasbro children's hospital here. She analyst judo from eyewitness news. Seven year old Angel Jimenez says he wants to be a firefighter one day..

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way to help save new england's declining clam harvest wbz news time three nineteen some people surrounded by molten lava from kilowatt volcano are hoping they'll be rescued following evacuation warnings from the hawaii civil defense abc's elisa larson is on the big island and says emergency workers are going through the neighborhood twelve people who are still inside that coho area they are calling it trapped right now that's according to civil defense that lava has moved down highway one thirty two and has now made its way closer and closer to the ocean and be civil defense may have to actually go into the coho area to check and see if those people are okay what's the situation there has been a rubbing for nearly a month now wbz news time three nineteen the rhode island house approves a bill prohibiting the leasing arrangements for pets involving the use of a dog or cat has collateral sponsor of the legislation calls a using an animal in business deal like that unscrupulous the nevada and california legislatures have already banned the arrangement the rhode island bill has been referred to the senate judiciary committee an efforts underway to raise money for two horse trainers after a barn fire at an equestrian center kills nearly thirty horses in the hudson valley the fire broke out at the sixty three acre mount hope training center in orange county early saturday morning police say lightning may be the cause the animals were harnessed racers the horses had been brought back to the center around one thirty am from a race in the poconos a stable worker discovered the fire when he went to feed the horses the state fire investigation team and orange county sheriff's office are investigating the incident a gofundme page has been set up to help the trainers affected by the incident at go fund me mount hope barn fire that's paulie cries been reporting former president bill clinton makes another media appearance to plug his new book he tells the cbs sunday morning about how the book a political thriller is critical of insults levelled in tweets and comments by president trump like all this i couldn't be elected anything now 'cause i just don't like embarrassing people.

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Darius Rucker, Kane Brown, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West , Chris Rock, Joy Reid

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Darius Rucker, Kane Brown, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West , Chris Rock, Joy Reid

"Little rhody so who else oh and mantell mantell williams hospitalized this week supposedly overdid it during a workout and guess was rushed to a medical facility undisclosed medical facility by ambulance in new york montella sixty one he for years has been battling multiple sclerosis but they say it was just too much of a workout a gym so that's that and one last note i don't know if this means anything already lang spared prison for heroin possession judge says he will serve four years probation artie lang formerly of the howard stern show also on hbo's crashing and was on the fox sketch comedy series mad tv so he's escapes jail time but he's got probation to deal all right tessa roy joins us she hopes for the last time because she's sick a me and this early morning gig but she's still got to look at me in the newsroom so hopefully we'll still be friends i can't believe people like the way that i do this game with you they do as particularly the republicans in the rhode island house are always tweeting tessa what a great job no they're not that's been done it's known to happen so you're going to give it a go.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"You describe your relationship speaker mattiello oh we have a very good relationship and he has looked out for cranston whenever there's been budget issues because our governor has cut millions from cranston in different budgets i've had to go up there and do my best to you know ask for additional dollars or additional on didn't show issues legislations that are important to us couple of quick questions that could come before the governor of the rhode island house passed a red flag law that would give the courts the ability to remove guns from people they deemed dangerous i do have a concern with it because the one thing i will say about the bill is at least it's focusing not on a firearm but the person behind it with serious mental health issues three what do you think of the proposal for partners to take over the care new england hospital system that could be before he was governor yeah that's one of the things i'm still learning about both of the competing proposals well the one proposal and then you know the prospect that's trying to come in i'm still trying to get my handle around it because healthcare in this state is a very complicated issue there's a lot of issues a lot of it caused by the governor herself with you hip you know we have a lot of providers out there from nursing homes home care providers so many different individuals in the medical community treating our most vulnerable that are getting hurt those are the issues we have to tackle first and foremost but on that issue i'll take a look at it and learn more twenty seconds left did you like angel taveras portrait it was a wonderful poetry and i'm happy i'm happy for my last week is one re is one reason you can't suppose you in the wrong party says you say the same thing about him allan fung republican gubernatorial candidate thanks for joining us on the program if you missed any of its on wpri dot com protecting sea tim white we'll see you next week on his leaders from the seascape lawn care weather center here is your exclusive accuweather forecast today we'll see a good deal sunshine through the.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Year of haute is expected in a house early next month senator elizabeth warren is raising more than three million dollars from supporters during the first three months of the year bringing her campaign account of fifteen million dollars as of the end of march warren says ninety five percent of the first quarter donations came in mounds of fifty dollars or less the totals released by the democratic incumbents campaign yesterday show she easily out raised three republican vine to unseat her each of whom raise about a tenth of what warren raise during the same threemonth period former mitt romney aide beth lindstrom says she collected three hundred and three thousand dollars businessmen john kingston says he had raised about two hundred and seventy five thousand in rhode island house has voted to let dreamers continue to get driving licences regardless of what happens on the federal level protections will be extended for recipients of donka of which there are more than a thousand in that state president trump ended the program last year but federal courts have allowed it to continue governor of rhode island do you know raimondo says the immigrants are rhode islanders who are helping the state thrive breaking news traffic and maybe wbz news just in the wbz newsroom newswatch never stops wbz newsradio wbz news time nine fifty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Hall massey buick gmc south is new england's number one buick dealer with the area's largest selection and rhode island's number one gmc dealer where every day you'll find the lowest price with our one price guarantee right now lease a two thousand eighteen buick encore for ninety dollars a month for twenty four months with nineteen eightyeight due at signing in the first of two capitol hill appearances this week facebook ceo tells senators the social media giant is cooperating with the special counsels russia probe mark zuckerberg adds one of his biggest regrets is a failure to recognize how russian operatives were using facebook to try to sway the two thousand sixteen election zuckerberg also answered questions about political bias on the platform saying he understands conservatives concerns facebook tech industry are located in silicon valley which is an extremely leftleaning place and i this is actually a concern that i have and that i try to root out the company is making sure that we don't have any bias in the work that we do senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he has seen no clear indication congress needs to pass legislation to prevent the firing of special counsel robert muller but believes he should should be allowed to complete his probe president trump says there will be a quick response from the us and allies to the chemical weapon attack in syria state department spokesperson heather nauert says there's a reason for the immediacy this will be the ninth attack using some sort of chemical substance this year alone it used to be that when attacks would take place the world would stand up and take attention and it has become in the view of the us government and many others as well far too common the international chemical weapons watchdog says it'll sunday factfinding mission to syria to proposed gun laws passed the rhode island house judiciary committee after a hearing this evening attended by large numbers of supporters and opponents one would enact red flag legislation empowering officials to prohibit the purchase of certain weapons or allow their confiscation if a person behaves in ways that would make a judge so order.

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Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook and Robert Muller discussed on Tara Granahan

Tara Granahan

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook and Robert Muller discussed on Tara Granahan

"Revolution softwash news center it's zemun ball gresh thanks here's what's going on ceo mark zuckerberg says facebook is cooperating with special counsel robert muller in the russia probe zuckerberg adds it was clearly a mistake to believe that cambridge analytica deleted data it had gathered about and from facebook users in an attempt to sway elections stocks jumped today after chinese president xi jinping says beijing will reduce tariffs on imported cars and improve intellectual property protection steps the cookies trade tensions facebook climbed to see mark zuckerberg testified before the senate about the company's privacy scandal the dow gaining four hundred twenty nine points and to gun control bills passed the rhode island house judiciary committee this evening one would ban bump stocks the other would enact red flag measures procedures for preventing a person exhibiting certain behaviors from buying certain kinds of weapons from the seascape lawn care weather center accuweather meteorologist bob larsen says clearing tonight low thirty two sunshine mixed with some clouds tomorrow high fifty thursday cloudiness with a bit of rain in the afternoon and a high of fifty nine right now it's forty two degrees here at the weather station from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your courtesy of target regional traffic.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Are participating lenders with rhode island housing scores not as important as importantly or not but they wanna see you pay your rent by check that's the key that is the key they wanna see a verifiable housing payment that's fine too just not cash just not cash it's got a non credit card and not credit card debit maybe but you know not credit didn't watch painfree mortgage housing payment on credit that's for sure but but yeah if we really interesting yes hopeful that's a huge tip right there you know if if anybody's listening today you know thinking about buying house that the main point you come without a today is to you know and if your credit is somewhat challenging because if you've got a seven hundred credit score doesn't matter i don't care if you pay rent by check but if you're on the borderline with your your credit score pay your rent by borderline so anything in the low six hundred to high five hundred you know so if you're like say five sixty six twenty that's where you want to definitely be paying by check for six fifty six fifty we may not need as much you know but it's still makes the underwriter feel warm and fuzzy you know when they see that okay here's a person that is looking to my house look at why because i mean i know a person who has pays everything on time but borrowed a lot on credit cards that's the thing that's a huge killer was the that was the problem the credit score way down but that person is still paying everything on time and they'll look at that they're going to look at well depends on how badly the credit score has been compromised you know but that is the biggest killer that's like thirty percent of your credit score is credit balance in relation to limit so anytime you're too close on those limits that kills the credit score so tried it there's there's another tip for people that are you know.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Quote republican lion of the rhode island house for over a decade and he's referring to you but jumped out of the republican primary in order to split the vote in the general well you told us he criticism bill i i respect that they're going to be used against me i would have probably used against other people but this is a different time right now this is the time when the republican party is significantly split we have the but the trump republicans and we have beat the regula oh upper echelon of the republican party put it that way who would ben never trumpers vow not to say that once he got elected some of them didn't come on board which they did but the party the republican party on a national level is serious we split in in rhode island it's it's with even even greater so my decision to run was to run as the populist candidate i couldn't have done under the republican be enough i couldn't have got some democratic support as the president got in the general election pena thrive are and uh i i wonder represent all the people i don't just want to uh i just don't want to pick and choose in and have a certain of formulating smashes to way allan fung guts and those who might decis who's in the upper echelon of the republican party said that trump republicans and then the upper echelon oh you know i start at the national level i mean there's so many bitter you look at all the people at the national level this one way to deal with him one day they with you about an issue the next day despite even tooth and nail i mean pick and choose pick a number this they're all over the foot then you take that down to the local level we don't have anybody at a local level this supporters this president before he won the primary that was an elected official other than me dory cost but and i believe uh one other guy i can't think of his um well who who you during her when you went you mean when you went to or or or from the.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"On those freezing waters the rhode island state senate is considering taking the speaker of the rhode island house to court it more from wpro's paul zangari senate president eminent regime area when minority leader dennis algiere e of written speaker nicholas mattiello respectfully request and he called the meeting of the joint committee on legislative services that body with members from both chambers hasn't met since two thousand nine it's supposed to oversee every day operations of the general assembly but in the absence of its meeting the providence journal reports the speaker as its chair has been in charge of assembly hiring a key sticking point between the chambers were derailed says the senate's examining its options in quote will be looking into some type of litigation in order to get relief paul zangari wpro news police have identified a thirty seven year old woman struck and killed on interstate ninety five see troopers say ebony evans who had no permit it address was struck on 95 of the tuck it late thursday night fire officials there said the victim was found dead at the scene and may have been running along the highway you're trying to cross it when this accident happened a big backup friday morning on ninety five north heading into rhode island was caused by a tractor trailer rollover but it's the cargo that caused the quite as stink police say the driver lost control spilling a full load of fish along i 95 and stoning ten all the northbound lanes were temporarily closed as they cleaned up the fish took more than six hours to get things back to normal on friday more than five years after the school shooting in new town connecticut police have reviewed how they responded as correspondent steve kastenbaum reports some mistakes were made during those first hours at that confusing and heartbreaking seen the report out more than five years after the horrible massacre it's not clear why it took so long for the conclusions to be reached while the 74 page report says connecticut state police handled the situation effectively it does point out some mistakes it says the.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"I i have lisa mcgregor from rhode island housing so we have like just barreling through legs some great information uh about some of these programs that are available so you know if you think about the free 75 okay i i just wanna go back to one thing out there are down so i down as the free seventy five hundred towards a down payment so let's say they're during fha lawn and two hundred thousand dollar house three and a half percent is their mineral requirement that's thirty five hundred dollars do they get the full seventy five hundred or they just get whatever the minimum requirement is as a very good questioned in yale they are going to get the full seven thousand wounded so they're going to be getting even more equity than they would have if they didn't realize because i feel like some of the old the products it was the the lesser of the minimum downpayment 500 so that right now so you get so you wouldn't generate three and a half percent grad grant was that way i believe yeah and so brazil's dewine in huambo seven thousand five hundred wow that's great i think it's also important to know i didn't mention an earlier that only gets applied to down payment you cannot apply her closing costs are also you cannot combine that with any other downpayment assistance right okay let's say they had five thousand are of their own money yeah and seventy five hundred from you they can do that lutely right so i mean so even if you have your own downpayment still i consider the the free seventy five hundred bucks right all right all right so let's get on and move on to the tax credit programs want you explain a little bit about that sure so are the first homes tax credit program in my opinion is one of the greatest programmes we offer at rhode island housing it's one of my personal favorites here i am on record talking yeah i just love this program because for me it it puts money in in first time homebuyers pocket scher and it's boosting our economy it's giving them more financial confidence that you're and it's also known as the mcc program you might hear referred to have that and mcc programs dance for the.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine forty nine seventy degrees and clouds him boston good morning i'm lawler top stories now rachelle bond the mother abella bond will not be released today as i thought she was due to be sentenced after pleading guilty to being an accessory after the fact in exchange for her testimony against former boyfriend michael mccarthy my sentencing has now been pushed back two weeks conditions on her release include inpatient substance abuse treatment but a bad is not available at this time the judge did indicate that the plea deal which we had set her free would be accepted michael mccoy kartha thing was convicted of seconddegree murder in bella bonds death yesterday not happy with congress in washington governor baker says he opposes both the senate and house healthcare belts six gop senators now say they would vote against the bill as currently written including main susan collins and new orleans police have made in a row rest in the beating of two tourist from boston police say the suspect is one of four who attacked the man from behind leaving one unconscious in other news bill cosby's legal woes continue a california judge is scheduled to set the date for a lawsuit accusing cosby of sexual assault more than forty years ago this is a a civil case involving another one of bill cosby's accusers judy huff says in 1974 when she was just fifteen cosby sexually assaulted her at the playboy mansion cosby has tried unsuccessfully so far to get the case dismissed because health was among your when the alleged assault took place she is able to request additional time before filing a lawsuit today's hearing is to set a trial date but that could be delayed as cosby still faces a retrial when this pennsylvania criminal case steve futterman cbs news los angeles another reason to put down that cell phone once in awhile cbs's jim mm chevy explain is your smartphone giving you carpal tunnel syndrome researchers in hong kong studied five hundred university students and founded more than half of those who made extensive use of handheld devices reported musculoskeletal pain or discomfort extensive use was defined as five or more hours of use per day and that included mobile phones tablet computers and game consoles the study authors found handheld device used often involves awkward hand blueprints that after time can cause pain numbness finger tingling and weaken gripped string jim chenevey cbs news the rhode island house has voted for a highway.

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"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"rhode island house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The news traffic weather and business reports this is wbz news radio ten thirty boston on new england wbz news time five forty nine and we have mostly sunny sky sixty degrees right now in boston kirby some late day thunderstorms good morning i'm deb lawler top stories were watching not happy with congress in washington governor baker says he opposes both the senate and the house healthcare plans six gop senators now say they would vote against him bail as currently written including maine's susan collins new orleans police have made one arrest in the beating of two taurus from boston police say the suspect is one of four who attacked the man from behind leaving one unconscious and the mother abella vaughn rachelle bond pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact in the death of her two year old daughter today she could be released on time served just a day after her boyfriend was convicted of second degree murder in other news bill cosby's legal woes continue a california judge is scheduled is set the date for a lawsuit accusing cosby of sexual assault at the playboy mansion more than forty years ago this is a civil case involving another one of bill cosby's accusers judy huff says in 1974 when she was just fifteen cosby sexually assaulted her at the playboy mansion cosby has tried unsuccessfully so far to get the case dismissed because tough was among minor when the alleged assault took place she is able to request additional time before filing a lawsuit today's hearing is to set a trial date but that could be delayed as cosby still faces a retrial in this pennsylvania criminal case steve futterman cbs news news los angeles new hampshire state police have shut down the gun ranges had sigsauer academy and epping after a bullet reportedly went through a driver's windshield kristen burqa hampton says she was driving on route one a one when something struck and shattered a windshield in april workers later found a forty five caliber bullet large dinner dashboard investigators say the round more than likely came from sigsauer police say the firing ranges will remain shut down until a proper round retention system is installed the rhode island house has voted for a highway surveillance system that could catch insurance cheats the bill which now most of the senate would allow a.

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