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Dodgers beat Diamondbacks 4-2, keep pace in NL West race

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Diamondbacks 4-2, keep pace in NL West race

"Chris Taylor rob the pair of potential extra base hits on defense in the ninth inning to secure the Dodgers four two victory at Arizona AJ Pollock hit a two run Homer and also stole one extra base hit from Josh Rowe Haas in the first inning winning pitcher Tony Gosselin limited the Diamondbacks to two runs over five innings Kenley Jansen earned his thirty fifth save closing out the Dodgers fifteenth win in seventeen meetings with the D. backs the outcome also keep the Dodgers one game behind the giants for first place in the National League west and baseball's top record I'm Dave Ferrie

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"rowe haas" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"I believe and the experiences is really really good. Like if you've ever tried to run a community in slack it gets really shitty really quickly. It feels like it was built for communities. Which i think is really cool. I gotta try. We've done this experimental this week in startups slack and so much work to manage it. It doesn't make any money just trying to think of. How do i make something that would be worth it for people. Like what will they do in this space and have enough money coming in from it. That people could afford to put somebody on to manage it right. Yeah that was going to say. That's always the hardest thing is like even where like the community does make sense. How do you make it. I do not get it to be dilutive really quickly. And how do you extract money from it. That's been the hardest thing with communities like one of a community business. I invested in. Oh you invest in whistle savvy. Oh yeah for sure. Great we incubated. Yeah yeah. I think you know what they're doing is amazing and one of the challenges that they've obviously seen that every community seas is like as you grow the audience. How does howard there are. They're not negative network effects. Were of everyone's like a really felt intimate when we're at one hundred people now. Are that ten thousand. This feels really like people. Don't actually give it about sneakers. I think they've done really smart stuff around that but that always is the issue with communities communities can collapse on themselves and then the person coming in at the end is just like i'm here to spam the community and i'm just like i created a room called offers in promotion and it's basically a honeypot. Just tell people you can promote whatever you want however you want and offers and promotion. Just don't do it from fake accounts and don't ask people to fill out type forms like just some very basic information and then inevitably somebody posted that then you search for their name and your second stints and you'll see them go to other room. Oh yeah and then spam those other room. It's perpetual solicitors. Yeah so then we were just like and we just turn off their town. We don't even tell them and then they email me like. Hey i was in the thing. It's not working and you're just like so weird. I thought it was working no. I don't even respond. I'm just like you got a message at the beginning. Saying there's only one place to prost promotions and you posted for places. I told my team. Just bounce of. Don't even tell them. Let them just suffer in there what we had. This could actually interesting. Brian avi had built on in gadget. Where for commenting we have this like ghosting thing that peter rowe haas and ryan block and brian via come with which was a way to frustrate trolls which was when they were allowed to post comments. And it was. It was called something like purgatory mode so they could one click put somebody in purgatory mode. And what i'm making that up. I can't remember what would it do. Well you could still post and you would see your comment there and then nobody else saw your comment though so literally. It made you think that you were getting in front of people. S that's amazing that's amazing this little innovation so you'd have people who are spammers and they'd be like it would keep posting their spam purgatory mode. They with then they would email us and say. Hey you know somebody on my comedy. I created a second account. I looked at the first account. And we're like. Oh yeah that's interesting. Maybe it's your cash. Have you tried clearing your cash. Which also forces them to admit that they've been trolling the basically. It's so great it was. It was purgatory. Mo was one of the great innovations of that title of that. All right. listen it's been great to catch up with you Continued success in your angel. Investing career remember a slice for jake. How and so now we are you still involved with morning brew kinda like exact chair and kinda got the window seat. I'm execture. i'm helping. Austin where wherever i can all right so you got the window seat. Yeah and i would say doing a lot more on the content creation side due to build my brand work on. Podcasts shows like that. I like being. I like being close to content. Yeah i think. I'm going to be on your. What is the name of morning bruce. Podcast again we have business casual and then founders schedule. Yeah yeah. I think so. I think i got an invite to be on. And i couldn't do it last month but i'm doing it later. This month. sweet awesome. Yeah i'm looking forward to it all right. Alex continued success. And we'll see you all next time on this week. Startups bye bye..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunshine in Boston it is eight thirty on this Wednesday morning and thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening ninety three north bound we have fuel all over the highway it is an absolute mess of a commute by the second times let's get right to it with Christian X. who's joining us live high above it all Christian what is the very latest budget this all started about an hour and a half ago with a flatbed truck that was loaded with construction equipment headed up the ramp to the north end of the summer title to the upper Jack struck some debris that ruptured one of its fuel tanks as a result about a hundred gallons of diesel came out of the fuel tank spilled on the highway it also spilled off of the highway it down to the ground below the tax down around the college now in the last hour or so we have gotten one of the right lanes open again but the far right lane remains shut down at one point this out the soccer title back out through the airport road wait that thankfully has gotten better since then it also backed up the Ted Williams tunnel for a short period of time that's improved but we've still got standstill traffic on the upper deck of ninety three that's back into the o'neill tunnel that will be with us for awhile reporting live over downtown Boston Kristin African operator insurance copter thank you Kristin a mess indeed of course we're gonna be on top of that for you throughout the morning here is C. thirty one Brockton Chelsea Cambridge pop up covert nineteen testing sites opening up this morning they are free and anyone who's protester recently is being urged to go get tested with covert nineteen indicators trending right now in the right direction in Massachusetts daycare centers are preparing to take kids back after being closed for months WBZ's James Rowe Haas has warranty tells us we're going to be operating under some less strict guidelines additionally kids over to would have been required to wear a mask.

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All in Georgia shot dead while jogging I had never thought that you know I'd have to fear for my life while I'm taking a job in my neighborhood but they're just put into a new perspective that this is really real out here there are signs of a major shift in American support for the black lives matter movement president trump is beginning to downplay what had been an aggressive law and order theme to his reelection campaign let's then way park red Sox are now ready for some big changes after former American League all star torii hunter calls out the team and the city on claims that racism here is on the line WBC's James Rowe Haas is with us live this morning with more good morning James good morning so torii hunter says he's always wanted to play for Boston but it was his experience at Fenway that changed his mind he says he's been called the N. word a hundred times by people in the grandstands and experience of the red Sox organization says is true and the team says not only our player subject to racial slurs but also Fenway staff the statement came days after hunter talked about the experience with goalie can we go on E. as ESPN radio and that's why the military club bar are you ever contact I've ever had so and I always want to play for an estimate they suck now the red Sox says it's grateful to everyone who has been speaking up and they remain committed to using their platform to amplify the many voices are calling out injustice adding that true change comes from within James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio wake up call from the federal reserve it is warning that the American economy is at risk of permanent damage from the fallout of corona virus and unemployment could stay sky high for years fed chairman Jerome Powell says interest rates are likely to stay near zero for the next couple of years unemployment he says will be about half of what it is now at the end of the year but it's still too high expected to be more than nine percent and will stay that way he says well into.

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In Boston, rallies continue to protest police brutality, systemic racism

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

In Boston, rallies continue to protest police brutality, systemic racism

"Two last night more demonstrations in Boston calling for racial equity and denouncing police brutality WBZ's James Rowe Haas has more on one of those events in Jamaica plain the intersection of center and south streets was jam packed with people from all around to honor George Floyd first church rang its bell nine times to symbolize the eight minutes and forty six seconds that a Minneapolis police officer had his knee on the neck of Floyd this protester response to riots we've recently seen you know black of city should be doing something because the writing is not helping organizations like the N. double ACP peacefully protesting the systemic bigotry and still here we are today at this time and no sign of a slowdown for these

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Foxboro now and James Rowe Haas is there with less stadium just a stone's throw away movie goers can watch new and classic films from the comfort of their car we want this to be our first step towards movie going and having people come back and enjoy a movie you know in a way that they can enjoy it together mark Melanau ski VP of global marketing says showcase cinemas deluxe and patriot place have been working on this for nearly two months one great thing too about the drive in the first showing which is this Saturday it's a showing of Indiana Jones it sold out within twenty four hours and all ticket proceeds are going to benefit the FoxPro food pantry new movies including onward trolls role tore and sonic the hedgehog will play the following Friday's in June twenty Bucks per car in Foxboro James Earl Hass WBZ Boston news radio our this story a little excited about I think you will be too the whole thing with a face mask and then trying to eat or drink little bit troublesome there's a new velcro mass trying to make it easier the eat and drink while not taking the mask off WBZ TV's Julie McDonald with this story idea for your social mass came as Jennifer McMahon in the Boston hotel industry worked with couple after couple and endless organizations to rebook their special events it's sad we missed everyone we're we're social people in a social atmosphere it's very very hard to be away from everybody so what's the point of a mask with a hole in it actually to help wearers being more diligent you're gonna have to take your mask off when you eat and drink anyway I think people are afraid to put them down on surfaces to or it's not good to put in your purse or your pocket well we all hope things slowly returned to normal the threat of covert nineteen isn't over be respectful of your neighbors wearing a.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Another work week end this hour of news is brought to you by rabino ilang well partners thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening another ninety two deaths across Massachusetts were now at just under fifty eight hundred cross the Commonwealth since the pandemic started as it was also another day seeing hospitalization rates falling that is five days in a row as we get ready to hear from governor Charlie Baker later today about phase one of his four phase three opening plant bility to move forward through these phases depends almost entirely on everybody playing their roles in the overnight the mass municipal association saying the three hundred and fifty one towns and cities that make up Massachusetts were contacted about part of phase one in what sectors will be allowed to re open part of that includes houses of worship manufacturing and construction so construction sectors and we'll be getting more details of course later today from governor Baker but we do know social distancing will be something that will be doing for quite some time to come and Boston may be lagging behind when it comes to the rest of the state and the re opening plans with more that this morning WBZ's James Rowe Haas turning us live James good morning so Boston's public health emergency is going to remain in effect until further notice mayor Walsh says he wants to see people coming back into the city construction resume and retail shops full but now may not be that time even when things do start to reopen he says not only will the frontline workers still be vulnerable but also senior citizens so any decision that is made will be decided with science I know that everyone is deeply concerned about the economic impacts I share those concerns but the fastest and the most sustainable way out of the situation is a healthy way we simply can't afford any unnecessary setbacks so guidelines requiring people to socially distance from one another and to wear facemask will remain in effect also if sports do return don't expect stadiums to be full James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio ad seven oh two New Hampshire health officials say forty one more people have tested positive for corona virus now up to thirty six hundred across the state however New Hampshire is taking quite a big step when it comes to their real bidding process we get more this morning from W. B. C. T. V.'s lease aggression New Hampshire restaurants have been surviving off take out and delivery and now will be taking out much more than their food.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Fifty one degrees in Boston it's breezy and sunny is twelve noon good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening right now governor Baker is on the road again today is touring the another company this time in fall river so we bring his daily coping nineteen update from fall river at around twelve thirty we will carry that live for you here on WBZ newsradio and we will stream it on the I heart radio app now as of this morning there were eight hundred and seventy new cases of covert nineteen in the Commonwealth the lowest in weeks also the death toll down but health officials caution that it could be due to low reporting around the mother's day holiday is on Monday phase one of the governor's re opening plan could begin it's scheduled to begin and WBZ's James Rowe Haas says restaurants want a piece of the financial pie the group says of the three hundred thousand hospitality jobs in the state path have been lost since restaurants were ordered to shut down for banned the dining experience they believe sixty thousand of those jobs may never return the Massachusetts restaurant in job group says they want to re open next Tuesday with a limited capacity and go back to full capacity next month reconfiguring dining rooms and patios sanitizing menus after every use and spacing table six feet apart now Baker's plan to reopen the economy is going to be a gradual one because there's concern opening up too quickly will lead to a resurgence of cases James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio fed chair Jerome Powell warning today of a prolonged recession he's urging Congress and the White House to do more to prevent long term economic damage from the viral outbreak will Democrats right now are working on a new three trillion dollar stimulus package speaker Pelosi the heroes that focuses on three pillars opening our economy safely and soon honoring our heroes and then putting much needed money into the pockets of the American people Senate Majority Leader.

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And of course the spreading of covert nineteen that parking reduction will continue indefinitely miking WBZ's traffic on the threes we've got the threat of a shower and maybe even indebted thunderstorm in some strong winds and heavy downpours as we head through the afternoon it just kind of watch the skies as we go along because eventually they're going to move through and then we're gonna get some clearing as we head into the evening tonight with the clearing all come falling temperatures fell about forty downtown could be in the mid maybe even a few low thirties in the suburbs in the could be touches of frost as well both tomorrow and Wednesday will feature sunshine they'll look cool for this type of bay fifty five to sixty and with the breeze it will feel a little cooler milder though Thursday temperatures in the mid sixties with some sun giving way to clouds and a chance of some rain around Thursday night right now in Boston it is fifty seven degrees whole foods at Linfield is closed after several employees test positive for gold nineteen WBZ's James Ross tells us this or is that what you're going to deep cleaning just like what Walmart's in Worcester Quincy in Abington and had to do a whole foods off of ninety five is going to remain closed until it gets disinfected and sanitized several employees have tested positive over the past few weeks this comes even as the grocery stores taken steps to reduce the spread of corona virus including the installation of plexiglas barriers social distancing rolls and employees wearing masks and getting their temperatures checked in a statement the store says it's following health and food safety guidelines but will close temporarily so I can further evaluate no word how many employees tested positive James Rowe Haas WBZ.

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty nine degrees in Boston with sunshine a few high clouds out there it's ten thirty good Tuesday morning thanks for being with us on Larry Kirby and here's what's happening right now Massachusetts is seeing hopeful data this morning on efforts to slow the spread of corona virus the number of new confirmed virus related deaths fell below one hundred for the first time in weeks the state did report eighty six new deaths however bringing the statewide total to four thousand ninety a nursing home in Medford a Walmart in Quincy to places hit hard now by corona virus and James Rowe Haas tells us the separate outbreaks are affecting the communities in different ways the court your nursing care center in Medford has been hit hard over the past four weeks fifty four residents have passed away because of Kobe nineteen more than a hundred others have tested positive as well as over forty employees the average age of those who died is eighty five in Quincy the Walmart on falls Boulevard is closed and undergoing a deep cleaning after eleven employees tested positive a woman who is described as elderly has also passed away the cluster of cases was found through contact tracing and after employees reported unsafe working conditions here's Quincy mayor Tom coke and so until further notice the lawman Quincy they shut down and the health commission fully agrees with that decision all employees will start being tested and must be cleared before returning to work in Medford James Earl Hass WBZ Boston news radio freedom and USA chants erupted through a crowd outside of the state house in Boston yesterday they want the governor to reopen nonessential businesses they believe the state stayed home advisory is unconstitutional WBZ TV's Ken macleod was there we are not the protest comes as the number of deaths in Massachusetts climbed above four thousand but the number of coal the patients either hospitalized or and I see you both ticked downward again and even as the governor's re opening task force works to establish phase one guidelines by may eighteenth he's pledging caution there won't be.

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The death toll almost twenty nine hundred WBZ's James Rowe Haas with the story behind the numbers of the over ninety two hundred people tested Sunday nearly sixteen hundred came back positive for cove in nineteen Middlesex County has the most confirmed cases statewide followed up by Suffolk Essex and Norfolk counties now governor Baker says folks in Massachusetts have been doing a great job wearing face coverings but says we need to keep it out this significant percentage of people who are in fact covert nineteen positive do not show symptoms they may never show symptoms so they are carriers they can infect other people they are contagious he says masks and face coverings will be a big part of the plan to re open society whenever that is James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio keeping up with corona virus around the nation and on the planet the global caseload of covert nineteen now flirts with three million nearly one third of them here in the United States nationwide testing it's a one day high across the country White House health experts say social distancing may be a part of our normal routines for months to come and even with some of the strictest stay at home borders of the nation several California beaches are crammed this weekend as the west coast breaks in the first heat wave of the season back home some of Boston's hardest hit neighborhood they're about to get a new platform for testing the city and mass General Hospital teaming up on a new antibody test details from WBZ TV's lease aggression thousand people will be tested for the corona virus through a swab test of the nose and the antibodies through a blood test testing will focus on residents response and Roslindale parts of Dorchester.

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Boston - 1700 newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts

WBZ Morning News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Boston - 1700 newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts

"The battle along the front lines continues on as Massachusetts continues to be right in the center of the corona virus pandemic WBC's James Ross joins us live this morning and tells us the state the state is seeing a spike after a moderate decline of day today confirmed cases morning James good morning so the state recorded over seventeen hundred newly confirmed cases on Wednesday that's after experiencing a slight decline over the past previous five days federal guidelines for beginning to reopen businesses require eight consecutive fourteen day period of confirmed cases going down governor Baker says despite the dip we saw it's still too early to draw any conclusions first a few days does not represent a trend we seen this data bounce around before and secondly the number of positive tests is entirely dependent on who you test now there are nearly forty three thousand confirmed cases in Massachusetts with over twenty one hundred deaths attributed to cope in nineteen in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The convention center James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio you're calling me a shake and after more than six million Americans filed for unemployment last week a number only topped with a record ten million set the week before ABC news chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis reports the economy is feeling the repercussions from the first wave of layoffs caused by the covert nineteen global pandemic what's happening now is that after we saw the initial waves of hospitality and leisure jobs the jobs that were very directly impacted by lockdowns now we're starting to see other industries so a number of major retailers have furloughed or laid off their employees this is not anymore just the jobs that are lost because of the shutdowns this is now the ripple of fact the economic consequences of those shutdowns and it's sort of two in three steps out and people filing for unemployment here in Massachusetts gets an extra help this week the extra six hundred dollars a week from the federal government has already started showing up on the weekly benefit checks the next step in economic stimulus for the coronavirus shut down has been stalled after Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill failed to reach a formal agreement the treasury department this week asked lawmakers to approve another two hundred and fifty billion dollars in business stimulus but the request reach an impasse with Democrats here's more from ABC's Trish Turner in Washington just thought that Democrats would approve it easily but then what became clear was hold on Republicans hadn't negotiated with Democrats and Democrats have more to say they you know they said look there's another emergency program that's run out of money we're not gonna have that much of a chance and people are desperate in other areas and we need to answer those cries to Democrats just called it a political stunt they said Hey you didn't talk to us we have these other ideas and so you know we're gonna have to try this again and by the way we are expecting a live news conference from president trump at one o'clock this afternoon from the White House with the latest on covert nineteen will bring you to the conference when it gets under way also governor Baker has a live conference as well at two o'clock make sure you keep it right here on WBZ newsradio ten thirty for complete coverage in you can always stay connected on your smart speaker just say Alexa play WBZ newsradio on I heart radio back to the highways right now it is ten oh three traffic and weather together starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Kevin good morning any problems well good morning there too you know yeah I got a couple things were watching out there on area roadways first of all out of Hopkinton pike east bound you got a truck that hit the four ninety five overpass there right lanes being taken crews on the scene sounds like a hit that overpass and some debris now on the road as some of the truck itself has been ripped off so stay the left to get around that pike westbound you got two left lanes taken for road work soon after four ninety five heading into that Westboro stretch now in Westborough itself route thirty you got a truck stuck under the railroad bridge near one thirty five and willow street only one lane of alternating traffic is getting through that area over in Chelsea got a portion of fifth street shut down both directions right underneath route one for that ongoing work on route one itself up on four ninety five north bound watch out for crash at route thirty eight and took Sperry and for ninety five south bound they're doing lying painting on that ramp to route twenty eight in Andover that ramp is closed Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The direction I could live WBZ's James Rowe Haas with more now on the state of the state at this point in the cove in nineteen crisis governor Baker says the state's been doing everything it can to prepare from closing schools and non essential businesses urging people to limit their interactions with others we are basically preparing as best we can in the Commonwealth for the the next few weeks he says there have been enormous drops and people moving from one place to another only for essential needs like going to the grocery store or pharmacy the surge is expected to hit our hospital sometime between tomorrow and the twenty eighth in Medford James R. O. hasta you Beezy Boston's news radio news staggering numbers six point six million people filed for unemployment last week but that turns out to be one in ten out of a job across the entire United States that is staggering while Senate Democrats this morning's stalled president trump's two hundred and fifty billion dollar aid package for businesses hit hard by the pandemic Democrats argue it doesn't provide enough protections for minority owned businesses or money for health care providers and state and local governments but what is on the way is federal help for the airline industry ABC's Karen Travers is in Washington with the latest from the treasury secretary treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said Thursday morning on CNBC that the next big thing the trump administration will be rolling out his federal aid for the airline industry Mnuchin also said he thinks it's quote absolutely a possibility for businesses to be back up and running in may similar health crisis stabilizes the treasury secretary tried to assure Americans who are frustrated with the small business loan program that it's still only the first week of a brand new program he said while banks are overwhelmed assistance will be available Karen Travers ABC news Washington and what about those twelve hundred dollars stimulus checks that are coming when are they coming the treasury saying that Americans waiting for stimulus check by direct deposit will see those checks hit their bank accounts starting next week but if you're waiting for check in the mail it could take at least a month or so and that was A. B. C.'s Stephen Olson saw made let's go back to the Commonwealth governor Baker has been hit with a lawsuit being sued for closing recreational pot shops during the pandemic course he pushed back during yesterday's briefing the governor said if the shops were to reopen people would flood in the Massachusetts from other states to buy pot and that flies in the face of social distancing medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts are open and considered essential twelve oh three traffic and weather together we see good afternoon in the rain now Kevin brown and the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes what's happening out there Kevin we got some widespread row rate out there so what volume that you have you know with the volumes like a technical a little bit quicker you may want to think twice about that you could get some puddling in some areas most of the rains fairly on the light side but some areas certainly have been heavier than others so if you're heading out today certainly take it easy got a couple trouble spots were watching downtown Boston here that lever down ramps expect some slowdowns here approaching an over height truck right at the entrance to the Leverett tunnel at ninety three north bound inside the o'neill tunnel itself watch out for crash off to the right just before government center never seeing some reduce speeds up to the north one twenty eight north bound gets a break let's hear from local street in Peabody up into the right lane works on here before Endicott street in Danvers and route one south bound right lane cruise after Lynn fells parkway in Saugus stated the left to get around them got some slowdowns on some of the bus routes as well boss roots number thirty two and thirty nine dealing with delays up to twenty minutes and also twenty minute delays on the silver line buses number one three four and five all right Kevin thank you very much and looking out the window right now light.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Clouds around in Boston it is five thirty on this Tuesday morning and thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening the message has been the same for weeks now when it comes to leadership across Massachusetts in the fight against corona virus if you don't have to leave home don't governor Charlie Baker yesterday while speaking at eastern bank headquarters announcing a new fund for corona virus victims the message remains the same stay at home unless you really need a necessity to venture outside now these warnings are coming as the state continues to see an uptick in covert nineteen cases Middlesex County now has the highest number of covert nineteen cases in the state outpacing Suffolk County by a hair WBZ's James Rowe Haas has more this morning he joins us live good morning James good morning now Middlesex County has two thousand nine hundred and fifty cases Suffolk County close behind with two thousand nine hundred and twenty nine now statewide we're close to breaking fourteen thousand cases since the outbreak began at the age range most affected has been those between fifty and fifty nine years old followed by those between thirty and thirty nine however this week climbing into second is the group of forty to forty nine years old so far over twelve hundred people have needed to be hospitalized now that we don't have a statewide number of how many people have made full recoveries in the city of Boston of the over two thousand cases only about two hundred people have fully recovered the surge of cases expected to hit our hospitals is still forecasted to take place between the tenth and twentieth in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio at five thirty two of the latest coronavirus task force briefing the call for social distancing remaining as strong as ever Dr Deborah Burks with more on.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"A surge now just days away WBZ's James Rowe Haas joins us live this morning with the latest numbers good morning James good morning Jeff now right now the state is looking at twelve thousand five hundred confirmed cases with fifteen new deaths bringing the death toll to now two hundred and thirty one over eighteen hundred cases are in Boston alone the surge as you mentioned expected to hit our hospitals between April tenth and the twentieth but already health care workers are doing more now than ever than they've ever done the careerist Dr Ali Raja is with mass general just a couple of days ago in one eight hour shift I intubated ten patients which is more than I've ever done it one check in my entire life and currently suffix Stan Suffolk and Middlesex counties continue to have the most cases followed by Essex and Norfolk counties in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio experts all around the United States warned this week in America will be this generation's nine eleven moment as the nation enters what is expected to be the worst parts of the Ovid's storm yet CBS news update Americans are bracing for the nation's top doctor warns would be the hardest and saddest week of their lives due to an unexpected wave of coronavirus deaths to come correspondent Mike Oliver on where it's been hitting as the virus ravages hospitals in New Jersey suburbs it's also attacking Detroit and Chicago or call the nineteen deaths quadrupled last week and doubled in New Orleans your governor Andrew Cuomo with this warning for places in the U. S. that have not yet been hit from covert nineteen this.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Doing the sixteenth distancing washing your hand doctor Deborah Burks on the White House coronavirus task force and here in hard hit Massachusetts also gearing up with the surge just days away WBZ's James Rowe Haas joins us live with the numbers at the moment good morning James good morning Jeff now the number of confirmed cases of Kobe nineteen is now well over twelve thousand governor Baker told us to expect more cases as testing becomes more widespread in fact over the weekend the state was able to test an additional three thousand people unfortunately another fifteen half passed away bringing the death toll in the state to well over to I would I should say to two hundred thirty one people and now that everyone in Boston is being urged to wear a mask while outside Dr Ali Raja with mass general has some advice to mitigate the virus is spreading you should definitely be washing the fabric of the masks after you wear them the fact is that they're going to collect virus particles but they're also going to collect dirt and everything else that's in the air yes I think in Middlesex counties continue to have the most cases followed by Essex and Norfolk counties in Medford James Earl Hass WBZ Boston news radio three hundred thousand cases of corona virus in the United States alone so how rough is it going to get this this week CBS news update Surgeon General Jerome Adams says prepare for an awful week this is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans live quite frankly this is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment R. nine eleven moment Adams on fox news Sunday president trump says with death rates slowing down in New York Spain and Italy we see the light at the end of the tunnel in Tokyo CBS's Lucy craft says Japan is about to declare a state of emergency residents will be asked to shelter at home but civil liberties protections mean no penalties will be issued for violating the request healthy passengers being taken off the cruise ship coral princess in Miami mayor Carlos Jimenez continue to work at the port of Miami to offload passengers and crew and get them to their homes as quickly as possible also helping some very sick patients get the medical care that they need a family of a seventy one year old passenger says he waited five hours for an ambulance Saturday night then died in a hospital CBS news update I'm Peter king still to come this morning on WBZ newsradio first to the Mookie Betts traded now red Sox owner John Henry taking heat at home and abroad details coming up at six thirty three we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes let's get your role and now with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Laurie Grandia brought to us by my French heritage thank you for pretty good shape right now things are moving well force in the downtown area of lower deck the Tobin the airport channels are all kind of zipping along for us right now with light volume if you are an essential person of course you're out there and if you're out there right now you probably aren't essential person things are looking good for us in most spots just watch out for disabled garbage truck it's broken down on ninety three north bound right by spot pond in Stoneham it's gonna check now the lower end of one twenty eight with Kristen Aiken the my Frasier it's copter Laurie were just coming up on the street and Westwood here on one twenty eight north out things are doing pretty well but before you get to one twenty eight you have to be a ninety three south without necessarily could be at ninety five north to route ninety three south is looking good get a past of route twenty four in pocket bargain that once you're finally on one twenty eight well then it's up to the mass pike in Weston Christopher the bar for insurance copter Laurie Grady WBZ's traffic on.

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US coronavirus death toll crosses 5,000

WBZ Morning News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

US coronavirus death toll crosses 5,000

"As we start this Thursday morning the American death toll from corona virus passing five thousand as president trump is warning the worst of the pandemic is still ahead America continues to wage all out war to defeat the viruses horrible horrible virus and adding that the coming weeks are going to be horrifically president is urging Americans to help the country declare victory over corona virus in the mean time the number of deaths attributed to coal the nineteen of the Baystate has doubled in just over two days and the number of cases overall continues to climb WBZ's James Rowe Haas joining us live telling us we're also learning that the youngest person to pass away in Massachusetts was only thirty one good morning James yeah Riley rumrill passed away on Sunday he was admitted to Boston Medical Center just a week before but three days after showing up he was placed on a ventilator and would eventually pass away the thirty one year old from Boston had asthma and possible kidney issues but has become the youngest person to die from club in nineteen in the state the death toll now he hears sits at one hundred and twenty two two days ago the number stood at fifty six governor Baker is trying to keep that number as low as possible the whole point behind all this work that we're doing all the disruption we're creating for people all the major changes in the way we live it's about keeping people far enough away from each other for a long enough period of time the people don't pass this from one person to the next and as for the cases and right now we're looking at seven thousand seven hundred and thirty eight said that's up from just over sixty six hundred the day before and we've been told not to be surprised to see increases like this as testing is starting to become more widespread

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Mass. Gov. Baker announces non-essential businesses to remain closed through May 4, stay-at-home advisory extension

VB in the Middle

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Mass. Gov. Baker announces non-essential businesses to remain closed through May 4, stay-at-home advisory extension

"Home the order from governor Charlie Baker is nonessential businesses keep the doors locked through the end of April I mean nothing an extension of the time line for all non essential businesses to keep their physical work places and facilities closed to all workers customers and the public until may fourth WBZ's James Rowe Haas with the latest on corona virus in the Commonwealth the department of public health says there are over sixty six hundred confirmed cases in the bay state with the number of deaths reaching eighty nine the counties with the most cases are Suffolk and Middlesex counties followed by Essex and Norfolk counties Boston mayor Walsh on WBZ newsradio today said three people have died in Boston from the virus sixty eight people have recovered

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11 Veterans Die At Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

11 Veterans Die At Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

"The head of the veterans living center in Holyoke is on paid leave today after eleven of his residence die at least five have tested positive for covert nineteen five veterans WBZ's James Rowe Haas tells us many more veterans at soldiers home in Holyoke are in isolation also contracting coronavirus superintendent Bennett Walsh has been placed on leave as public health officials conduct a thorough review of residents and staff at soldiers home the eleven veteran deaths came quick just a week after the living centers first resident tested positive for coke in nineteen the executive office of health and Human Services says of the eleven who passed away five had the virus test results for the rest are still pending meanwhile there are another a Levin residents who are in isolation after contracting the virus as well as five staff members over two dozen other veterans are currently waiting for their own

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Toll now stands at forty eight as overloaded hospitals scrambled to do what they can public parks continue to be a place where social distancing guidelines are being ignored WBZ James Rowe Haas is in Boston this morning mayor Walsh says soccer street hockey basketball and tennis are among some of the sport's still being played at public parks all of those involved close contact with other people something everyone should be trying to avoid we already started to temporarily put zip lines at times on basketball hoops will putting new signage up this weekend and what was the last effort is to lock the park down we don't want to walk the park down a Dunkin donuts worker in Hyannis test positive for covert nineteen on Laurie Kirby are you saying that that is downplaying ultimately cost American lives yes I am I'm saying that because when he made the other day when signing really suggesting twenty days ago everything was great no everything was a great we had nearly five hundred cases and seventeen deaths already well I'm fine I'm healthy I'm tired I I don't get nearly enough sleep as they should this is not my regular voice we will be extending our guidelines April thirtieth just slow the spread was forced to stay home because of the corona virus my dad has been talking nonstop that's great help me you know your campaign put out there in a critic of the president trump and says if he doesn't do these things you know he could be could cost lives do you think there's already do you think there is blood on the president's hands considering the slow response to I think that's a little too harsh we'll be able to get W. Cutie pie a lot of the permanent drop like that five the stock in a Jonathan Karl of ABC where our number two will be in the middle and I am six eighty WRKO that was my daughter in the problem all obviously alot my nine year old I'll say this much lighting see a lion I.

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Could be closed entirely if people do not take social distancing seriously and there are signs that they are not WBZ's James Rowe Haas joins us now live in tells us what's being done to reduce these large gatherings good morning James good morning yeah closing public parks that's the last thing the mayor and the city wants to do but they will if they have to wash says people are allowed to go for walks into the park but there are still too many people playing contact sports like basketball soccer and street hockey this is not social distancing gathering in a parking lot sitting around circle and and having conversations is not social distancing and because of that basketball hoops are being temporarily zip tied and warning signs also being set up now public parks are not the only places where people are still gathering but also private property is the mayor says realtors are still hosting open houses and is asking them to stop in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio another cruise ship is stock and see and know where to go nearly two hundred people on board suffering from flu like symptoms and four people are already dead CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman on what's next for the Holland America vessel this sand dam is now on its way through the Panama Canal but it's still unclear where or when it will be allowed to dock in many on board the ship or nervous we're not sure what's going to happen to us mainly Chang is one of the passengers he lives here in southern California he is on the ship with his wife originally the cruise was supposed to end a week ago and sent Thiago he remains confident things will be resolved I think eventually we'll get back to United States in other cities will not abandon its citizens look at the moment there are no firm answers Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles.

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Celtics Player, Marcus Smart Tests Positive for COVID-19

VB in the Middle

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Celtics Player, Marcus Smart Tests Positive for COVID-19

"And Celtics player Marcus smart has now tested positive for coke nineteen WBZ's James Rowe Haas smart share the news of his test results on social media he isn't showing any symptoms of carbon nineteen but is remaining is self isolation and is being closely monitored really you know keep yourself away from a large

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Boston Gov. Baker to Brief Public on Coronavirus Response

WBZ Morning News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Boston Gov. Baker to Brief Public on Coronavirus Response

"They're if they have symptoms of the coronavirus it's very easily spread at that point made any type of kind of measures that can happen is important yeah the mayor says the risk of corona virus spreading in Boston is low but that the situation is quickly changing adding that if it did spread it could have a big impact on local business and tourism in South Boston James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio thank you James a student at Stratton elementary school in Arlington is believed to be the first child in Massachusetts to test positive for corona virus the student's mom also infected after attending that Biogen meeting that weapon please last month the whole family is now in self quarantine also in nor would this morning town manager Tony masuk says he has tested positive for corona viruses well masuk one of eleven town officials in self quarantine there are more than forty suspected cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts right now the situation is so dire that governor Charlie Baker who had been on a ski vacation to Utah is coming back call held a news conference this afternoon to talk about preparations what the state is doing to prevent a statewide outbreak of corona

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Big seafood show in Boston postponed over coronavirus fears

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Big seafood show in Boston postponed over coronavirus fears

"Also one of the world's biggest seafood conferences in Boston being postponed because of coronavirus WBZ James Rowe Haas from the Boston convention center where it was supposed to take place organizers of seafood expo North America say it was a difficult decision but unavoidable the fortieth edition of the expo was scheduled to take place on March fifteenth to the seventeenth reeling into thousands of seafood buyers and sellers from all around the world organisers however say they heard from many who were concerned about health safety and travel restrictions meanwhile the Massachusetts convention center authority says this creates a significant financial loss for the M. C. C. A. S. vendors contractors and

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Boston: Coronavirus Fears Force 19 Newton Students To Stay Home After Italy Trip

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Coronavirus Fears Force 19 Newton Students To Stay Home After Italy Trip

"Meanwhile high school students from Newton who recently returned from a trip to Italy are now being told to stay home for the time being WBZ's James Rowe Haas with the story beginning today Newton north high school students and staff who spent a month in Italy are being told to stay home until further notice they just got back home on Saturday superintendent David Fleishman says this is out of an abundance of caution he says students and staff will return to school once they've been advised that it's appropriate Italy reported a fifty percent increase in corona virus cases over the weekend having the most cases of any country outside of Asia at Newton north high school James R. O. hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio and none of the students or staff returning from that trip has tested positive for corona

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"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"rowe haas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beings told told to stay home covering that WBZ James Rowe Haas beginning today Newton north high school students and staff was spent a month in Italy are being told to stay home until further notice they just got back home on Saturday superintendent David Fleishman says this is out of an abundance of caution he says students and staff will return to school once they've been advised that it's appropriate Italy reported a fifty percent increase in corona virus cases over the weekend having the most cases of any country outside of Asia at Newton north high school James R. O. hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio Boston fire commissioner Joe Finn is handing over the reins after leading Boston fire for half an hour five and a half years Finn the thirty five year veteran on the job list apple way on March twelfth he says it's been an honor but he wants to spend more time with his family coming up the latest on mayor Pete after he suspends suspends his campaign for the White House is through this that the path has narrowed to a close for our candidacy if not for our calls from the road to the White House from the road to the White House to the road on the expressway into the tunnel where there was trouble with a capital T. luckily that truck is gone Kevin brown and while the truck is gone but now they just put out a crew there trying to clean up some of that gravel that trucks build a whole bunch of gravel inside the o'neill tunnel and just before the o'neill tunnel so now we got a crew taken out the two right lanes where the entrance to the o'neill tunnel on ninety three north bound that's the expressway this still has some pretty heavy volume call from granite Avenue most of the way up to the situation are gonna want to stay to the left to get around that that could be the case that may go over the right lanes that make or they may go over the left lane to go back and forth so just be careful now we're going to deal with a little more clean up inside the tunnel once you get past that you're okay the expressway south bound you get your brake lights here Columbia road down to seven hill Marcy Boulevard inbound watch out for crash reported near the Dorchester yacht club down on twenty four north bound to get a three mile back up to the road work after route forty four in that rain and stretch once you pass that you're okay up on route one south bound you're jammed route ninety nine Saugus town were right lane crash at Linn street in downtown lower deck okay on the sake of bridge then watch out for crash taken out the two left lanes inside the tunnel near purchase street this report sponsored by Bob Evans dinner sides to make meal time easy and delicious of Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese that made with real milk powder mascara cream cheese and potatoes and a ready in a minute in the microwave in just six minutes try Bob Evans sides from your grocery store it'll be love at first bite Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes are Kevin I think you're going to love the temps today in the fifties maybe a little bit of rain tonight not a heavy downpour just some on and off showers but milder low tonight.

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Boston: Newton North Students, Staff Who Went To Italy Told To Stay Home Amid Coronavirus Fears

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Newton North Students, Staff Who Went To Italy Told To Stay Home Amid Coronavirus Fears

"Coronavirus remains front and center in the US the latest illnesses in Rhode Island and New York City for those on the west coast fears are heightened after a second person near Seattle dies from the coronavirus WBZ James Ross reports a group of north Newton north high school students and staff are being told to stay home this is out of an abundance of caution according to superintendent David Fleishman he says under the direction of the state department of public health the group of new north high school students and staff will stay home until further notice they got back from Italy on Saturday after a month long trip Italy currently has the most corona virus cases of any country outside of Asia Fleischman says they want to prevent any potential exposure to staff and students at Newton north high school James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news

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Boston: 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries Pulled From Burning Reading Apartment

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries Pulled From Burning Reading Apartment

"All two people are facing serious injuries at an apartment fire in a reading from this morning we get more from the scene with WBZ's James Rowe Haas the fire broke out on the third floor of a three story apartment building here on high and Washington streets west of route twenty eight firefighters from reading and north reading at Linfield responded pulling out to people and performing CPR on them this man just moved into the building three months ago there's a lot of it I thought it must be you know like the car whatever and then they will expand get a little the dogs to see what happens yeah the cause of the fire is unknown until neighbors believe a lit cigarette is to blame no word on the condition of the two

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Boston: 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries Pulled From Burning Reading Apartment

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Boston: 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries Pulled From Burning Reading Apartment

"Huge fire burning in reading this morning WBZ's James Rowe Haas is at the scene and he joins us now with an update what can you tell us James so I can tell you quite the response this morning to the fire at this three story apartment building were here on high and Washington streets just west of route twenty eight some of the fire trucks are moving out right now at the moment firefighters from reading north reading and Lin wood island field rather responded around three thirty this morning the fire starting in a bedroom on the third floor this man lives in the building and says he saw two people including at least one woman having CPR performed on them after they were rescued these girls smoke a lot they I think that's from a cigarette that they fell asleep that was one of the women they were doing CPR for a long time a good twenty five minutes and smolder and they got to go into that room yeah the condition of those two people who were rescued is not known the cause is still under investigation in reading James R. O. hasta B. U. B. Z. Boston's

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LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

"This really is the first of a new generation of technologies is coming that will make your the current nine one one system seem like a Ford model t if people know about is they countywide service can also help people who may be in a situation where speaking can be dangerous. What can't be sent at the moment, however are photos videos, but those options will be explored when the technology improves James Rowe Haas. KABC news all of the carpets in city hall and city hall east may need to be ripped out due to a typhus outbreak. According to council, president heard Wesson who said a city employees may have contracted the infectious disease. While at work west and also want city staff to report on the scope of vermin and pest control issues within the Civic Center

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California, Perkins And Amazon discussed on Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

California, Perkins And Amazon discussed on Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

"Did not appear in court when has attorney asks for the arraignment to be rescheduled for March eighth. Perkins is charged with illegal possession of a tiger mistreatment of a tiger and possession of anabolic steroids. Save convicted he faces a maximum of two and a half years in jail and a four thousand dollar fine. James Rowe, Haas KABC news. The research is backing up. What most of us have already noticed? California is not a great place to drive. Here's leeann tweeden with details. Three looked at cost which is tends to be high for things like repairs, and as well as driving quality, California's get much points for having a smooth roads and good commute times and less pointed safety, which California also scores plan in terms of traffic fatalities have vehicles. Kirk Douglas looks to be in good spirits as he celebrates his one hundred and second birthday alongside family and friends in Beverly Hills and a Massachusetts mother is pleading with Amazon to stop giving technology female names after her six year old daughter, Alexa, was bullied she wrote to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, saying kids are teasing her daughter by telling her to

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KABC, Assault and Rowe Haas KABC discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

KABC, Assault and Rowe Haas KABC discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

"With Dr drew and Lawrence above and three with, Jillian and John ABC Angeles Orange, County a Cumulus station KABC news. Live and local at five, o'clock I'm John Wolf ice officials say the undocumented immigrant recently arrested in San Bernardino is wanted on, an outstanding murder award in Mexico though his wife believes it's a case of mistaken. Identity viral video of the arrest while the couple was on its way to the hospital to give birth sparked outrage from immigrant rights groups with ice being accused of arresting the man for no reason Julianne AKU

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3-year-old birthday girl dies from injuries in Idaho stabbing

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

02:25 min | 4 years ago

3-year-old birthday girl dies from injuries in Idaho stabbing

"To the department of children and family services here in la mackenzie and her cousins are out here holding signs they made with their moms one reads dcfs failed to protect karan nicole shaeber says she's out here to represent tenyearold anthony envelopes from lancaster who was allegedly being killed by his mother and her boyfriend they should be doing their job that's what they get paid to do that's what they go to school for it it's what they take it on as like as a code of ethics sister protect children they're not other demonstrators wore shirts with the image of gabriel fernandez palmdale boy who was killed in two thousand thirteen in a similar way dcfs has not responded for comment james rowe haas kabc news a body was found in the lancaster area around nine twenty this morning according to the sheriff's department that body discovered near two hundred twentieth street east and east avenue no details have been released about the person's gender identity or cause of death los angeles city councilman mike bonnin and seventeen other demonstrators were arrested this morning during a protest outside immigration and customs enforcement field office in downtown la they were decrying the federal agencies handling of undocumented families entering the us from mexico the demonstrators began gathering outside the local ice headquarters on north alameda street around nine am police declared an unlawful assembly by late morning and then started to arrest those protesters a three year old girl has died of her injuries two days after being stabbed at our own birthday party in boise idaho allegedly by a los angeles man who'd been told to leave the apartment complex on friday because of his bad behavior thirty year old timmy canir accused of stabbing six children and three adults at the party now faces one count of first degree murder for the girl's death plus several other counts of aggrava rated battery and causing injury to a child president trump said today he's already met with the number of potential candidates to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy in the morning during the morning i interviewed and met with four potential justices of our great supreme court they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically and every other way trump plans to nominate kennedy's replacement one week from today talk radio seven ninety kabc sports dodgers will host.

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Update on murder of Long Beach Fire Captain Rosa

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

02:44 min | 4 years ago

Update on murder of Long Beach Fire Captain Rosa

"I want to pick your brain about a shooting that happened in malibu malibu creek state park i just message my ex husband because he likes to go camping i said please do not go camping there this poor scientists father was killed in front of his kids two and four i'm dying over the story it's a strange story makes no sense calabasas it's it's right here it's happening it makes no sense and they don't have any leads we'll go through all the details coming up a couple of minutes but i will take a look at all the latest headlines kabc news is live and local at three thirty i'm jeff whittle supreme court justice anthony kennedy announced today he will retire from the high court on july thirty first and president trump says he already has a list of possible replacements to choose from we have a list of twenty five people that actually had during my election i had to twenty five a little while ago we have a very excellent list of great talented highly educated highly intelligent hopefully tremendous people mitch mcconnell says the senate will vote to confirm kennedy's replacement before the november midterm elections the los angeles city council confirmed lapd assistant chief michael moore as the next chief of the los angeles police department today our retiring chief charlie beck is stepping down today on his sixty fifth birthday after more than forty years with the department including the last nine years as police chief moore had this to say about back at today's council meeting a mentor friend a leader who has changed in my view forever the course of los angeles police department and i'll forever be indebted to him and i have such tremendous shoes to fill more started his career as an lapd officer and worked his way up through the ranks to chief a neighbor dispute may have been the reason behind the explosion and shooting a long beach that left one firefighter dead and a seventy seven year old man in jail long beach police say a note found at the scene of the crime indicates the monday morning incident may have been a murder suicide attempts prosecutors say it appears the seventy seven year old was trying to kill his upstairs neighbor someone he's been having a dispute with they also believed the initial explosion was not intended as an ambush tactic against responding firefighters among other counts kim was charged with capital murder for the death of fire captain dave rosa james rowe haas kabc news and you can donate to help captain rosa's family by clicking on the link at kabc dot com talkradio seven ninety kabc sports dodgers.

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