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02:21 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With it. On then that's without the isolation and out there isolated. We know that it's probably I don't even know quadrupled, probably among the residents so we wanted to do something just to show him that we were thinking about him that we care and volunteers also helped out to make all of that happened. Those advocating for prisoners in Massachusetts, now increasing their efforts to release inmates from state prisons because of the pandemic prisoners legal services of Massachusetts. Arguing, and a Suffolk Superior Court filing that the state Department of Correction should release inmates to home confinement, furlough, medical parole or other legal measures so that other prisoners Will be able to socially distance. French health officials confirming in France, the country's first case of the more contagious Corona virus variant recently identified Indian added kingdom. The French Health Ministry says the person was a French citizen in the central town of Tours, who had arrived from London on the 19th of December. Officials do say he is asymptomatic and is currently self isolating at home the appearance of this new Corona virus variant in England, triggering travel curbs with dozens Of countries. Most New England states are seeing drops in population, however, not the case in New Hampshire, continuing their trend of modest population gains for a third straight year, this, according to the latest U. S Census estimates, which were released this week. Now, these numbers coming from estimates from July 2019 to July of 2020 not from the yet to be released 2020 census and with more deaths than births, all of New Hampshire's gains air coming from people who are moving into the state. Also one other state in New England. Main, Seeing its population numbers grow just a bit as well. You have the app. But do you have the story? I've been doing traffic for 23 years. I have yet to see this while we have it over Hi, truck over on soldiers filled road. This truck driver actually turned their truck are grounded is driving the wrong way without any assistance. The whole cover story with traffic on the three things I've never.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:56 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Did this. We're gonna get our state and federal partners to help us do that We're going to celebrate our heroes, which are first responders that went and saved lives. Three people were reported injured in that blast possible remains. Found nearby. Police are investigating whether those remains are tied to that blast. Several buildings were damaged Police in Grapevine, Texas, responding to reports of threats of a hotel guests at the Great Wolf Lodge. Say a man was making threats against the hotel officials search room by room, evacuating all the guests great find, police spokeswoman Amanda McNew says. So far that's only been threats did have reports from multiple witnesses describing the same man saying he was going to make threats that he was going to shoot. And so far, police have not found that suspect. A man who was stabbed on Christmas Eve and he's Boston has died from his injuries. Police say they responded to a call at about nine o'clock Thursday night about a stabbing near to await Sumner ST. Officers finding a man suffering life threatening injuries rushed to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead police asking anyone with information to contact them. Those advocating for prisoners in Massachusetts are redoubling their efforts to release inmates from state prisons. Because of the pandemic Prisoners Legal services of Massachusetts, arguing in Suffolk Superior Court that the state Department of Correction should release inmates, too. Home confinement, furlough, medical parole or other legal measures so that other prisoners will be able to socially distance. Now it appears that the on Lee woman who sits on death row will not be executed as soon as expected. The latest with CBS is Jennifer Keiper. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Caper, CBS NEWS Residents of three nursing homes outside Madison, Alabama, Receiving a special surprise on Christmas animals, goats, donkeys decked out an adorable costumes. I love the name of this place. It's tiny, high knees traveling farm. Visiting nursing homes and schools so people can connect with animals they don't see often and with the added isolation of covert 19, keeping many away from their families, farm owner Susan Bolivia says their mission means so much more this year. You know the depression that comes along with it..

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That person counted down to the explosion. Mayor John Cooper says that Nashville is resilient and will recover. Gonna rebuild Second Avenue. We're going to catch the people that did this. We're going to get our state and federal partners to help us do that We're going to celebrate our heroes, which are first responders that went and saved lives. Several buildings were damaged. Three people reported injured in that blast and police a possible remains were found nearby. They're investigating on whether or not those remains are tied to the blast. Police in Grapevine, Texas, meanwhile, respond to reports of threats at a hotel guests at Great Wolf Lodge. Say that a man was making threats against the hotel officials search room by room and evacuated all of the guests. Grapevine Police spokesperson Amanda McNew says that so far there have been no reports of injuries or shots fired on Lee threats reports from multiple witnesses describing the same man saying he was going to make threats that he was going to shoot and police say they have not found a suspect so far. A man who was stabbed on Christmas Eve in east Boston, has died from his injuries. Police say that they responded to a call on Thursday at about 9 P.m. reporting a person had been stabbed near 208 Summer Street. Officers say they found a man suffering life threatening injuries. Now, according to the Globe, that man was transferred to a hospital, where he later was pronounced dead. Police are asking anyone with information to contact them those advocating for prisoners in Massachusetts or redoubling their efforts to release inmates from state prisons because of the pandemic. Prisoners. Legal Services of Massachusetts argued in a Suffolk Superior Court filing that the state Department of Corrections should release inmates to either home confinement, furloughs, medical parole and other legal measures in order that the other remaining prisoners can socially distance. It's 5 21. Stick with us working a check your weekend forecast plus a check on the road. That's all coming up next. Let's go.

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Judge denies Boston teachers’ request for remote-only teaching option

WBZ Overnight News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Judge denies Boston teachers’ request for remote-only teaching option

"In Boston, a Suffolk Superior Court judge last night ruled Denied the Boston teachers unions request for an injunction which would have put a stop to in person learning at the city's schools. At least for now, the union says, teaching in person right now should be optional because of the city's infection rate, which is over 4%. They say that was the consensus in a previous memo of understanding The mayor put a pause on bringing any more Children into schools in person, but the highest need students are still in class. City officials and the mayor maintain its safe and necessary for those students to keep coming to school.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drive zero Good in the Mass pike in the speed limit ride if you want right on into Metro West miking with W B C's traffic on the threes and we've got a couple of showers and storms still out there tonight, but thankfully, nothing severe, according to the National Weather Service. If any of them do go severe, though, of course we'll let you know. So keep it here. Right on. W B. C news radio later on tonight, maybe a couple more pop up showers and storms for the South Coast, Cape and Islands We've got alot tonight About 71 for tomorrow in the morning could start off a little bit wet out there with a rumble of thunder. Maybe a shower again Southeastern Mass, really, where the majority of these will be focused. But then all of us clear out for the afternoon. Plenty of sunshine, not its hot, Not so humid behind your 85 little bit cooler right by the beach. Your Saturday Would you warm up a bit more? The humidity sort of creeping back on Saturday with a high in the mid to upper eighties in the city, 80 or so right by the beach and definitely tropical again on Sunday, maybe some thunderstorms in the afternoon but the high near 82 this's W. B. C news Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Right now in Boston were 86 degrees and it's overcast. Have some showers. Right outside the city at 7 15 Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Here are the five things you need to know. Governor Baker says the state cannot let its guard down against Cove in 19 before we find a vaccine state Senate today, passing a bill that would ban the use of taxpayer funded nondisclosure agreements across state government. Ah Suffolk Superior Court Judge says he'll rule as soon as he can on considering whether to lift the state's moratorium on foreclosures and evictions. And the Boston Fire departments push for its own Cadet corps takes another step forward. Thie Taskforce examining Boston police use of force and the weight of the department.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News radio by the way Massachusetts senator Liz Warren running for president has just issued a statement saying today is a shameful day for the US Senate again president Donald Trump acquitted of both counts against him both articles of impeachment well another special report coming up she WBZ newsradio was learned today the case brought by three inmates other surely maximum security prison will be heard by a judge this Monday public defenders say their quest for a preliminary injunction allowing the inmates at the Souza Baranowski correctional facility to meet with their lawyers will be heard Monday at Suffolk Superior Court this after several correctional officers were attacked and seriously wounded weeks ago by inmates since then the inmates claim they've not been able to access their attorneys for their proper legal paperwork five oh three traffic and weather together we have a winter weather advisory that's coming up right now what about the roads Mike Scott at the Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is the five o'clock hour might target here we go it's prime time Laurie the expressway south bound is just jammed solid coming out of the o'neill tunnel it clears up at South Bay and get this it's not backed up again to get down the furnace brook parkway it's a lot better than it usually is northbound just slow passing over deposit circle not bad coming in route three south little backup coming off the expressway then you're good down through Wayne if it had come let's see all that lower structure one twenty H. doing now with the offering insurance copter that we do have delays here one twenty eight south back it's all about down around route one eighty east street and what's what's going to be on the brakes and they're down to ninety five in canton if you're gonna stay on ninety three north that slow up the kilopascal thirty eight candid ninety three south.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The articles of impeachment to the Senate some Republican senators now want to take a closer look at potential witnesses wildfires down under impacting players and fans at the Australian Open suspending play in the first major tennis tournaments of the year Boston cop now on leave after allegedly sending a ticket to a driver and that is just the tip of the iceberg WBZ's Karen regal has more from Suffolk Superior Court try fighting this I dare you that's what the hand written notes said to the driver reads along with a seven hundred and eighty dollars citation the alleged victim did fight it appealing and the court could find no record of state police writing that ticket but the investigation found it appear to come from Boston police officer Christopher Curtis's ticket book the driver who got the ticket recall being aggressively delegated by a Toyota tundra on ninety three north of the city Curtis initially denied being the center of the citation or the driver of the Toyota but sell records allegedly show he was in the area and he owns a Toyota matching the description Curtis hired in twenty seventeen is off the job without pay at Suffolk Superior Court Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio troubled life and death of former patriot Aaron Hernandez will be all over television this week today at flexes debuting the documentary series killer inside the mind if Aaron Hernandez and this weekend reels is presenting a three hour series called Aaron Hernandez killing fields and his investigative look into his murder case and suicide case well this was fun while it lasted and we're terribly sad to see it go the multi night jeopardy greatest of all time event finally finds a winner.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Suffolk Superior Court Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio at five thirty six despite his vows to remain out of the gaming industry former owner of Wynn resorts Steve Wynn the company that brought the encore casino to ever it could be facing sanctions worth up to five hundred thousand dollars over allegations of past workplace sexual misconduct it also declare him unsuitable for a gambling license from the Nevada gaming commission his lawyers are saying when plans to stay out of the casino industry and he'll be making an appeal is now seventy seven years old and lives in Florida the decision will be appealed to the Nevada Supreme Court at five thirty seven on Beacon Hill a bill that's being debated right now would require rear facing car seats for children under the age of two or weighing less than thirty pounds in injury prevention specialist with Boston children's hospital saying rear facing car seats to act like a turtle shell to reduce the impact for infant and toddler passengers under state law right now kids under the age of eight must be fastened and secured by a child passenger restraint unless they're more than fifty seven inches tall a bill has been filed by state senator very fine gold and he filed that rear facing car seat bill thirteen other states and the district of Columbia have rear facing car seat laws for kids under the age of two remember you can take us with you on the go where ever you go especially on freezing days like the one we're seeing right now you don't want to know that forecast all of your top stories traffic and weather together don't have to leave us on your car radio just download the I heart radio lap you're smart speaker at home say play WBZ newsradio on I heart radio it's five thirty eight it's time for business we go live to Bloomberg now and say good morning to Tom Busby Hey good morning Jim well it's Friday but the clock is ticking and tomorrow is known as super Saturday expected to be the biggest shopping day of the year even bigger than Black Friday now a lot of retailers are opening early many are closing later some as late as midnight so check with your local stores stocks begin the new day with all the major averages of fresh all time highs after some modest gains yesterday right now though Dow futures are flat maybe.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Last summer she was a no show her attorney Steve losing says his client misunderstood and then she's had some health issues what they were getting out but she has faced charges in another state prosecutors say Casey was wave through an intersection and so the buy your driver but didn't check for clearance ahead of them which at the boy his older sister and an adult on the sidewalk D. a ritual Rollins a young two year old lost his life we believe there was negligence and we have charged as such it's just a tragedy all around at Suffolk Superior Court Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell doubling down on criticism of house Democrats the top Senate Republican called the vote to impeach president trump a representation of transient passions and factionalism house speaker Nancy Pelosi is yet to say when she will send the impeachment articles to the Senate for trial CBS is Paula reed says the delay in passing those articles of impeachment on this drawing some criticism from the president of the White House the president they're seizing on that delay suggesting that the case is so weak that the Democrats are free descended over there talking with my sources they do still expect those articles to make it over to the Senate and when they do I'm told the president's defense team is ready however and whenever they get to the Senate as the Senate anticipates a trial Majority Leader McConnell called the process a waste of congressional time minority leader Chuck Schumer though says McConnell who once called himself the grim reaper for letting so many bills died at his desk as wasted this past legislative year healthcare infrastructure prescription drugs we could have spent the year debating these issues we weren't doing impeachment leader McConnell has chosen not to focus on these issues and to put none of these bills on the floor Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker stopping short of saying whether the president should be removed from office Baker today would not say whether he supported the house votes are in impeachment but says he hopes the Senate is able to create a fair trial despite being turned down by Boston voters city wide and non binding referendum in November there's now a new name for Oxbridge Dudley square Nubian square the public improvement commission held a hearing today where they voted on the name change an overwhelming majority of those in Roxbury voted for the name change during the referendum Siddiqui can bonus with the Nubian square coalition or other names that were put out there like David Walker.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Charges tied to an incident that happened in South Boston last summer we now have an update on what transpired this morning is WBZ's Karen regal is joining us with more live outside of Suffolk Superior Court morning Keren good morning here you know what happened nothing Charlene in case he was supposed to show up in court this morning ectopic Superior Court she did not her name was called and no one answered that means the warrants will be issued for failure to what show here's what happened in July it last summer colon the grass was being pushed in a stroller he was twenty two months old on adult walked and walked and this indictment alleges that Charlene at Casey sixty four told Boston failed to yield on Elm Street went through the intersection and it called a chain reaction crash that killed that young boy twenty two months old sleep injured his four year old sister and their caretaker as well we got a press release this morning on the sock county DA saying that this case was supposed to be arraigned this morning no Sir didn't show now waiting to see precisely what's going to happen next reporter something Superior Court Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio it's eleven thirty seven it is official Dudley square in Roxbury is now known as Nubian square the public improvement commission held a hearing today were they voted on the name change Siddiqui come on is with the Nubians where coalition or other names that were put out there like David Walker.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the three now here's the accu weather forecast we've overcast skies in Boston right now but rain will arrive toward the evening mainly south and west of Boston we have a high of forty six today so the temperatures are actually pleasant but tonight we'll start to see that rain spreading throughout the area locally very heavy after midnight those temps will hold on in the range of the forties tomorrow breezy it'll become much milder with rain again some of it very heavy at times but the temperatures see high of fifty six degrees but it's that rain it's really gonna be the stickler some streets highways in areas with poor drainage may flood tomorrow and tomorrow night especially areas north and west of Boston where the combination of rain and melting snow could cause some problems there's a flood watch in effect from late tonight through late Saturday night Sunday very windy with clouds and some sunshine as well highs around fifty although with the gusting winds as high as fifty miles per hour with the accu weather real feels it'll feel closer to the thirties Monday brisk and colder with some sunshine followed by clouds and a high of thirty nine degrees is one thirty six the man convicted in the stabbing deaths of two doctors in South Boston faced sentencing today at Suffolk Superior Court WBZ's Chris bomber was there outside of the Suffolk Superior Court room where Michael gives watch the man responsible for his god daughter's brutal murder handed two life sentences without the chance for parole he was asked how this vicious crime could have been committed there is no answer there is no answer there it's just that there's some people that for whatever reasons they become very evil in the ways and.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"I'd skews me WBZ's can topical was at Suffolk Superior Court earlier today also in Whitman this morning a bit of a scare is there was a gas leak off of route eighteen by Auburn street that had a road shut down in both directions police and fire on the scene national grid said an outside contractor struck the main and they were making repairs it was declared safe there were no evacuation one thirty three traffic and weather together Subaru retailers of knowing with all wheel drive traffic on the three is Kevin start to see those delays back out yeah we most certainly are on the expressway south bound stop and go traffic now coming down for mass Avenue on towards Columbia road after that not too bad getting down the Braintree north bound to tap the brakes here coming up by Columbia road still see residual delays heading into the Ted Williams tunnel through the airport had an earlier disabled truck that has since cleared it also delays over the summer tunnel slow getting on over to Boston we're gonna crash over on the o'brien highway by the museum of science got traffic flow both directions there that lever down ram still tied up getting down the store drive stir a west slow out to the government center Charles circle offramp eastbound delays to back into to the Copley tunnel now out to the west the mass pike so far so good bright now through all burn but slow on the ramps to four ninety five north in Hopkinton got a crew on that ramp slowing traffic down for this report don't have sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans hold me is more than a house it's the feeling of open roads of blue skies rocket mortgage is help millions of Americans finance the home of their dreams and they can help you to rocket mortgage push button get mortgage Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast could brisk and chilly the rest of the day today we're getting up to a high of forty one with sunshine and clouds otherwise later tonight cloudy a low down to thirty two degrees for tomorrow that colder air is gonna really sweet through.

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Her first court appearance in Suffolk Superior Court on Friday OR tool replying thousands of times telling her he was hearing voices prosecutors reading some of the tax in court I want you invoices to stop stop telling me how to work the sympathetic I am and how much is there to die but the defense releasing other tax from the moments before OR tool is death were you told him stop I'm crying please don't leave me like that if you ever loved me stop prosecutors say she tractor tool with their phone and a bombshell claim that you was on the roof when he jumped at is ABC's geo Benitez reporting now you is originally from South Korea she posted five thousand dollars bail she had to for for her passport over and just to remain in the state of Massachusetts and check in with a probation officer she has another court appearance coming up on January twenty first also how exactly is this case going to play out legal analysts are weighing in Filippi Tracy junior is a senior partner to mental and Sullivan of Boston was some of the response from the defense lawyers thus far people have given out taxes and messages that indicated don't do it at the last moment I think you could make a case from the prosecution's side that you know if you've been torturing the kids for a long time telling him to commit this act and then that a change about at the last minute but it was too late and again in young you has pled not guilty it's Saito three time for traffic and weather together Subaru retailers of New England always traffic on the three so we're doing out there rob Jim are in good shape we've got the light volume and still a good drive time here at the expressway at ten minutes in holding down we choose from but Braintree up in the Boston the southbound side also looks good in route three along the south shore not seeing the big issues down three decks were in Plymouth twenty four ninety five refined down towards Rhode Island not sing the issues on one twenty eight for data man Needham west to tell the mass turnpike looks good no issues east or west between Boston in Sturbridge to ninety and four ninety five refined north of the city three ninety three ninety five look good over the border into New Hampshire route one is fine through Saugus in downtown also a good ride the light volume still as we take a look at the traffic cameras lower deck moving well over in from Selvin square with his take him in the o'neill tunnel every connector looks good down a distro and no issues over the Tobin or in the airport tunnels rob Paco WBZ's traffic on the three is now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast all you have to do is open the shades this morning and take one look outside it's the beauty water sun rise in Boston this morning beautiful blue skies are going up to a high of forty eight absolutely the better of the two when it comes to this weekend because tomorrow it's going to do a whole one eighty it'll be windy cold and rainy some sleet and snow and across the western area in Boston were probably gonna stay more drive but that chance of rain is going to be there throughout the day a high of forty five in Boston upper thirties out there so in the outer suburbs and of course down in Foxboro offer route one you're probably going to be in the upper thirties and again it'll be Wendy you'll see some rain would come to pass and the cowboys should be a good old fashioned football game on Sunday afternoon with that weather conditions now on Monday partly sunny we clear out a high of forty nine degrees and then Tuesdays more miles with sunshine and a high of fifty five degrees right now it's thirty three in Gloucester it's thirty two in Methuen thirty three degrees right now in Peabody and in Boston we're looking at the the six degrees with clear skies it's eight oh five on WBZ president trump calling for an impeachment trial saying it will just to prove he did nothing wrong in his phone call with the leader of Ukraine the president making those comments the fox news yesterday morning.

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Massachusetts’ Cannabis Control Commission issues quarantine order for nearly all marijuana vaping products

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts’ Cannabis Control Commission issues quarantine order for nearly all marijuana vaping products

"The Massachusetts cannabis control commission issues a quarantine order today on all of their products including coils in their cartridges a Suffolk Superior Court judge ruled last week that the governor overstepped its bounds with vaping sales extending to all medical marijuana products with that initial band now today the cannabis control commission had until noon to come up with the regulations or the band would've been lifted so today medical marijuana patients can buy vaping products and devices that use traditional marijuana flower however the ban on oil cartridges

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Judge to decide on blocking  Massachusetts' 'unlawful' vaping ban

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Judge to decide on blocking Massachusetts' 'unlawful' vaping ban

"A one today over the Suffolk Superior Court house there's a judge they're expected to rule on a request for an injunction against the governor's ban on the sale of vaping products here in Massachusetts big reductions vaping product then last month outlawing the sale of all the being products for four months to give federal public health officials time to decide what to do based on research by the centers for disease control the CDC has attributed thirty three deaths including one here in Massachusetts to vaping but the vaping industry calls the Baker band to all encompassing on fears saying it will ruin the state's three hundred thirty one million dollars vaping industry that provides twenty five hundred jobs for majority of the vaping deaths are suspected to be tied to vaping T. H. C. the intoxicating chemical in marijuana but scientists findings are not yet conclusive today both sides await the

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Walk into pharmacies without a doctor's prescription to get nicotine patches gunman lozenges the governor standing water authorizes pharmacies to create their own prescriptions for the nicotine replacement therapy which they will then bill to the customer's health insurance customers would get the products at a lower price or free of charge pharmacist stand greenfield at Gary drug on Charles street in Boston is concerned some people who they may turn to other means to get their tobacco fix people are certainly going to see about the vaping devices with a drive by the state of black market unfortunately some people go back to smoking and then hopefully someone will try patches or gum or alternative Springfield says sense the ban went into effect he hasn't seen any new customers coming in seeking that could team replacement therapy Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio vaping store owners are worried they're worried the ban will make them go bankrupt Craig work as an attorney representing some vaping shops he was on nights I would Dan rate last night. complaint in Suffolk Superior Court seeking declaratory relief that the governor violated the statute and that the band is therefore unenforceable and we're seeking injunctive relief as well I'm gonna try to get a preliminary injunction so that the stores can reopen next week they stayed retailers aren't the only ones fighting back to New York vaping companies in the industry's trade group are now suing over the empire state's ban over those flavored ease cigarettes a C. E. O. with the vapor technology association says the ban unfairly targets former smokers who rely on those products they also say the band does nothing to address the issue of marketing vaping products to the yacht and the CDC is out with alarming new numbers of illnesses and deaths linked to vaping ABC's T. J. Holmes with the updates now eight hundred and five probable cases of vapor lated along injuries leaving at least twelve dead in ten states that's up from seven deaths reported by the CDC just last week North Carolina resident Andrew doll started vaping in twenty eighteen to help him quit smoking after.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thanks very much Chris twelve AU seven other stories we're following today several store owners here in Massachusetts are pushing back now against the governor's recent ban on the sale of vaping products if they're afraid of going bankrupt Craig work as an attorney representing those stores and last night on I talk with them right he said many of those shops didn't have any time to prepare for four months with a business. complaint in Suffolk Superior Court seeking declaratory relief that governor violated the statute and that the band has therefore unenforceable and we're seeking injunctive relief as well I'm gonna try to get a preliminary injunction so that the stores can reopen next week mark says without a steady income he says many if not all of those stores will have to close sooner than later also learning more today about that gas station fire over in Mansfield this week state fire marshal's office says the explosion was triggered as a worker the caning gas station used a welding torch right over a fifty five gallon drum of windshield wiper fluid is a vapors coming off that drama because the sparks to ignite some chronicle reporting today that worker is Ronald stand of it and I think he's now in critical condition seriously burned fighting for his life in a Boston hospital a go fund he's been set up to help stand a **** and his family as he recovers twelve OO eight let's check in again for Bloomberg business and we say hi to Tracy junkie hi there to call this week has been loaded with impeachment intrigue but that has not moved the financial markets like trade headlines have the down the past hour was up more than a hundred points and tell Bloomberg news reported the White House is considering limits on U. S. investments in Chinese businesses that would escalate the trade war and just like that wall street's gains vanish douse now back higher by ten points nasdaq still down thirty six the S. and P. is down five durable goods orders rose a little bit in August but that is the smallest citizens percent increases the smallest since may it's kind of a proxy for business investment and uncertainty about White House trade policy has modeled supply chains and delayed long term spending I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three thirty good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening. national security adviser John Bolton is off the job the White House says president trump demanded Bolton's resignation although Bolton claims he resigned voluntarily president trump tweeted that he disagreed strongly Mableton suggestions as did others in the administration secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the president is entitled to the staff he wants as a staff person to work directly for the for the Arab states and he should have people the trusted values and whose efforts and judgments benefit him and delivering American foreign policy it was priced about the departure of building during a White House briefing and noted many times when he disagreed with bold but said that's true of many people he works with more on palm Hale's reaction from CBS's we judge Jack I asked about the working relationship we had with both in and he said look it was no surprise and no secret that you know they disagreed on many fronts but they continue to work together the White House is gaining Charles government as acting national security adviser guilty plays on three charges at a suspended jail sentence for the estranged husband of former Senate president Stan Rosenberg Ryan have here in court today WBZ's can Tana cliff was there has the latest came. well then other sporting a bushy beard and wearing a student hi Brian help your students safe the judge will call to the center of creatures and outrageous I think they were a way to exert power over its victim after was handed a one year suspended sentence with three years probation on the charge of disseminating photos he also have to register as a sex offender after received three years probation for two other charges indecently touching the state house the Paul year two thousand fifteen and that aggressively shifting another victim at a party in two thousand sixty after got up and apologized for the harm he's called just victims his attorney says all of the charges against her client involved alcohol and that there was and still is an alcoholic he had been undergoing treatment at the sober for about a year after a written statement the three victims that they all want accountability for health care at all feel it's a big deal that he is a medic to his crime. from Suffolk Superior Court Kim public less WBZ Boston is radio state officials have announced more spraying for mosquitoes in areas of critical at high risk for Tripoli or the next week as weather temperatures and equipment conditions permit there are plans for subsequent rounds of spring in several communities in a number of Massachusetts counties.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Suffolk Superior Court right now we're standing by for Kim's live updates well we've all seen it over the years over high trucks smacking into a bridge out on store drive those two tall trucks are storing WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us there's new technology designed to address the problem in there trying it out in Westchester county New York the bridge on the Hutchinson river parkway in New York has been smacked time and again over the years by trucks that are just too tall to Westchester county executive George Latimer says they're using technology the flashes a beam of light across the road if a vehicle is a certain height he hits the light and triggers a sign and instructs the vehicle to get off the road or it's gonna smack into a bridge ultimately we reduce the number of great strikes at this particular bridge fairly dramatically in the hope of absolute success as well he says we'd really like to see is for GPS on people's phones to alert drivers to low bridges ahead that would make a difference for them in Westchester county and for us here which store Dr Carl Stevens W. B.. Boston's news ready three oh three on WBZ let's hit the road with Mike and the updated super retailers up knowing land all wheel drive traffic on the three is if you would Michael here we go Laurie the afternoon rush is underway one twenty eight north now slow going winter street up to Lexington ninety three north really isn't too bad getting out of the city the delays are up in Wilmington route one twenty nine way a pass through one twenty five that's a few miles route three north some stop and go getting by route sixty two again a past Concord road were one not bad it's sluggish up past Linville parkway all the expressway south bound not good crawling from the tunnel down towards the gas tank you're back in it by furnace brook parkway northbound delays of course granted have a past deposit circle than approaching the tunnel one twenty eight south installed a route nine down past Thailand to have and then ninety three is slow both ways getting three twenty four ninety five south crawling through Sharon there was an earlier break down in a bad spot by route one it's the leftover back up there downtown the lower decks off to a pretty good start but the Tobin bridge outbound backed up with that lane closure electric connectors slow both wastrel drive east almost back to mass have both connector titles are backed up inside and the usual delays on the mass pike from Allston Brighton ultra Newton corner miking WBZ's traffic on the three we'll check back with Mike in less than ten minutes clouding up out there a chance of showers overnight especially toward dawn tomorrow and then tomorrow is going to be hot and humid and rainy maybe even a thunderstorm all that's new.

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"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:58 min | 3 years ago

"suffolk superior court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty five degrees in Boston at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. State bullies investigating. The stabbing of a man on the second floor of Suffolk. Superior court in downtown Boston Evans sometime around eleven thirty this morning. Van was conscious though, apparently bleeding when taken away. No word on the man's condition or any suspects WBZ's Carl Stevens talked to a person who works in the area. She said, it's disturbing derive a stabbing in a courthouse. The place where criminals are prosecuted is itself a crime scene the second floor closed off. That's where man would stab happened sometime around eleven thirty this morning. He was conscious when transported, but bleeding, but just the thought of a courthouse being a crime scene if somewhat disconcerting as pretty disturbing actually because there's security is supposed to be tight in terms of getting in and out of the building. That woman works in the area. Police say there been no arrests. And they're looking at cameras inside the courthouse from Suffolk. Superior court Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio it's a meeting on border security and congressional leaders are invited. Reporter Hans nickel says President Trump has invited top officials from both sides, and there will really be two meetings. One with a cabinet and one in the situation room. What you're going to see from the White House today for the president is initially a cabinet meeting at noon, there will be a pool spray the top of that. And that's an opportunity for the president to directly talk on camera to the American people. So this meeting in the situation room where it's very unlikely that there will be cameras. I mean, a lot of things can change with this president. But you're not supposed to even bring cellphones into the situation room. You'll have essentially doing briefings you'll have the president at noon talking to the cameras and then afterwards, you'll have an opportunity for Nancy Pelosi to come out and explain her view things as well. As Chuck Schumer is just the beginning of what's going to be a split screen Washington here for the next two years trying to gain advantage on explaining their view of what happened inside. Meantime, the president takes to Twitter taking aim at former Massachusetts Governor and soon to be Utah's Senator Mitt Romney Romney critical of the president of the Washington Post op Ed ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill was a remarkable shot across the bow for Mitt Romney who hasn't even become. Senator yet. And now not surprisingly the president is firing back tweeting. Here we go with Mitt Romney. Adding he would much prefer that mic focus on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful. Trump says I won big, and he didn't he should be happy for all Republicans be team player and whip Romney is set to take office as a Senator tomorrow, he says he does not intend to comment on every tweet or fault. But says he will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive racist. Sexist anti immigrant dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions, well who might pay for the border wall. You can if you want to that story's coming up..

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Accused Texas high school gunman described as bullied loner in a trench coat

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02:32 min | 4 years ago

Accused Texas high school gunman described as bullied loner in a trench coat

"Retreats if you're just joining us again just a horrific mass shooting at another united states high school this time santa fe texas ten or dead mostly students another ten injured we know two adults are among the injured in including a police officer in critical condition presumably the other adult is a teacher and some details about the suspect seventeen years old described as a loner by classmates a kid who had been bullied by classmates but interestingly little bit more about his biography here he played on the football team at school the varsity football team at santa fe high he is also a member of a dance squad with a local greek orthodox church is described as unassuming and played video games an avid video game player who routinely wore a black trench coat and black boots to class so again this teenagers is in custody he's been charged with capital murder can keep in mind that texas has the death penalty we'll be following this closely with special updates throughout the afternoon again if you are just joining us there are two active crime scenes a ton of santa fe texas one at a little town four miles outside of the high school where they have found some explosives at another home that may be connected to a suspect that is not described as a suspect it's one of those vague areas somebody has been detained for questioning they believe somebody information about this crime and they're not being called a suspect yet but they are still being questioned by thorns and the tino alleges locally that he was shot by dean turn drug dealer at a boston high school was on the stand for two hours today at suffolk superior court our bill marcus was there and he tells us a doctor who treated him testified how close he came to actually dying twenty year old louis rodriguez testified that as a sophomore in english hi sean harrison no more than three weeks on the job approached him in two thousand fifteen said rodriguez he told me he would supply me with marijuana and all i had to do was bring him back the right amount of money then later the court saw surveillance video to figures are walking through an empty snowy parking lot says rodriguez that's me in the front and mr harrison in the back he rises from the witness box to the jury to display his scars how did you feel if you were shot.

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Massachusetts can sue Equifax over data breach, judge rules

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00:56 sec | 4 years ago

Massachusetts can sue Equifax over data breach, judge rules

"Way for massachusetts to sue equifax for last year's massive data breach impacting one hundred and forty seven million people in his ruling today suffolk superior court judge kenneth salinger denied emotion by equifax to dismiss the suit filed by ag maura healey back in september inner suit he claimed that equifax knew or should have known by march two thousand seventeen that there was a serious problem with a computer code used by the company and failed to provide a patch or upgrade to its software president trump doubles down on his push to guard the border wall with mexico with members of the national guard white house spokesperson sarah sanders says the administration is working with governors to immediately deploy the national guard is early as tonight too combat illegal immigration coming up boys in skirts and girls and pats we'll tell.

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