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03:08 min | 1 year ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sports Now on WBZ NewsRadio been told to say to figure out how to get back into their opening around stories with an S there in a 31 hole after their 15 point home loss on Sunday came into rain, Kyrie Irving and James Harden combined for 100 and four points. Celtics coach Branch Stevens started playing one on one. They do a really good job when you run and jump him when you trap him. Get rid of it quick. They got good players in the middle of the floor and then great shooting around it. After the game of fans will water bottle and Irving just Michigan. He was arrested by Boston police and faces a lifetime ban. Something scored market smart. Unfortunately, you know, one bass he'd you know, doesn't mean the whole food is poisoned. So, um, you know, our fans have been great. You know, we just had a no clear just how to do something to help him and you know it got taken care of elsewhere. The Clippers sons and Hawks win tonight, the sixth, Let's go for the sweep in Washington. The chances with the Grizzlies the Bruins spent over this city Islanders tonight in Game two, also took the series opener 52 on Saturday. The restaurant's play, the first of four against the Astros today in Houston. Atwater Rodriguez looks for in six win The Red Sox and Marlins. Rain down Sunday at Fenway also trails first place Tampa Bay by a game at the French Open. Roger Federer and Serena Williams play first round matches. I'm Jules Stern, WBC Boston's his rich Back to the roads right now. 11, 43 traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes were those major backups. Well on the Cape is well is heading home from Maine and New Hampshire. But we also have a problem on the expressway. This report sponsored by Dairy Queen It's something to look out for, rather in the expressway, South bound A mattress on the road at the Braintree Split expressways. Good otherwise, on Cape Cod. It takes an hour and 20 minutes to go 36 Miles on Route six west from the Orleans Rotary to the Sagamore Bridge north of the city. 1 28 South, a little bit of a hang up through Wakefield, 95 south bound almost all of 20 plus miles from Kennebunk, Maine, to the New Hampshire state line riding the brakes. And then from Portsmouth through the Hampton Tolls. It's mostly a slow ride 93 South bound on the Lakes region. It's jammed up from an earlier crash in Tilton and then cramp through conquered. Hey, D Q fans, the Girl Scout Thin Mints. Blizzard is here. Girl Scout cookies. You love meat. Cool, Minton world famous soft serve blended together in this chocolatey minty masterpiece. Grab it today on Lee Atyour dick, you happy tastes good. David stuff. Alino WBZ traffic on the 3 56 degrees in Boston right now Pretty cloudy and chilly today with some rain, drizzle and fog around high around 65 Later tonight, partly cloudy still foggy dropping to about 55 tomorrow and Wednesday. Beautiful days back to back. Partly sunny and warm high near 80 still pretty warm on Thursday with possible showers and thunderstorms on the radar. Full details on the way in just about 10 minutes. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good morning to you on his Monday. I'm Tina Gal here. The five things you need to know. At 11.

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"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:04 min | 1 year ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President's Day I'm Tina Gal, and Here's what's happening. Ah, Whole lot of weather. Extreme winter weather continues across the nation today, and the Commonwealth is no exception. Here is the latest from WBZ TV meteorologist Saccharine Happen through different is going to be the main story today. Interior looks Haitians are likely going to stay after slightly below the freezing mark, where a lot of coastal locations will be just above 32 degrees. And that is going to be our difference maker in the type of precipitation that we will ultimately see late this afternoon going into the evening overnight and four tomorrow morning winter weather advisories are in place in some parts of New England, including western Massachusetts. There is also a potential for power outages down trees and very hazardous road conditions. Well, speaking of whether a B C's Likes, Perez tells us snow ice and bone chilling cold are also in the mix for Chicago. Some people are waking up to temperatures that feel like anywhere from 30 to 50 below zero, and with those extreme Cold temperatures also comes the extreme danger. Frostbite could begin to say I'm exposed skin and as little as five minutes and to make matters worse, we're expecting more snow here in Chicago and other areas today and later this week. Keep it right here more details on whether coming up in just a few minutes of traffic and weather together on the threes. Meanwhile, phase two of the covert vaccine distribution continues here in the Commonwealth and Governor, Baker says he's very frustrated, right. Now, with a tight supply coming to Massachusetts, the governor says the state has a capacity right now to administer 242,000 doses per week. But right now, he says, the state has been received receiving less than half of that looks like between 103 and 106,000 per week. Over on the cave. Meanwhile, members of the state's legislative committee are very unhappy with the Baker administration for how it's been handling the vaccine rollout. WBC's Rob Woodard reports from the Cape elected officials here on the Cape voicing their displeasure with Governor Charlie Baker and the Department of Public Health. Over the dearth of covert vaccines available on the Cape over 20 state lawmakers signed a letter to the governor last week asking him to reconsider several aspects of the state's vaccine rollout. Cape Cod State Senator Julian's here and state Reps. Dylan Fernandez and Tim Whalen criticized the vaccine rollout on Cape Cod last week and now found the town manager Julian Suso, also speaking out. Following the 975 doses coming to Barnstable County per week completely unacceptable. That was in a letter to the governor on Friday from the Cape Cod bureau. Rob ordered WBZ Boston's news radio, a crossroads for the GOP, following former President Trump's second Senate acquittal in that trial details coming up for you in just about two minutes. Right here on WBZ news radio. Stay right here. Back to the roads Right now. It is 12 33 traffic and weather together, Starting with a Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. Any issues, Kevin, we're watching the situation south of town here and Randolph 93 south bound. You got your brake lights approaching this crashing a route 24 Randolph. Once you clear them, though, you're looking pretty good over past 1 38 and 95 Canton expressways. Okay, both directions. No troubles here on Route three between Braintree and Plymouth. Down on the cape, though here in East Ham Route six has shut down both directions between Hey road and a governor Prince rode for a utility pole that came down on the roadways and again. Utility crews are on that scene. But we haven't heard of any kind of opening or any kind of opening. That could happen shortly downtown Boston looking good here on the lower decks taken bridge heading into the O'Neill tunnel against some of these roadways, air went out there and with the temperature's right around freezing. I could get some areas of slipperiness looking pretty good, though out to the West haven't heard of any troubles through framing him or that Western area. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show Podcast The Buck Sexton podcast found on the I. Heart radio APP and Apple Podcast. Please tune in every day for the latest on politics, national.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Plenty of sunshine. Very windy right now. Good morning to you on this Saturday frigid Saturday. I'm Tina Gal. And here's what's happening. Well, here we are, just about six weeks or so into winter and just about halfway through not really much snow so far, but that's all about to change with a nor'easter. Heading our way. Let's find out more from WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. So your typical nor'easter It's going to kind of park itself over us, So we have a couple of days worth of impacts before this finally pushes on out of here, and we'll check the full forecast for the weekend and into early next week, coming up in just a few minutes, right after traffic on the threes. Meanwhile, during these bitterly cold temperatures, some precautions that people need to be taking every day. Now, more than a month into the official winter season, and so far it's been pretty mild, but not so this weekend and into next week. Snow is on the way, but it is the wind chill. That's Big factor here. At times the accurate the real field temperatures dipped below zero, then up to the single digits and teens potentially dangerous conditions to be outside for any length of time. We have people who lose every one of their fingers and parts of their hands and similarly of this heat. Dr. Seward Harris for Mass General's Emergency Department says he's seen the bitter cold cause frostbite If you're out in this sufficiently cold, and you're not taking efforts to protect yourself, then you can lose your life. But you can certainly lose much classically your Hands and feet there says the best way to protect yourself is to dress appropriately and in layers. You have the right clothing. You can climb to the top of Denali or Everest and be just fine. Where is if you don't have the right clothing walking down? You know Newbury Street? Nothing wrong. They can be bad for you..

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"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tonight. 12 noon Good afternoon to you and Tina Gal. And here's what's happening. A rally getting underway and mold in this hour against a violent attack. The U. S Capitol this week. WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville joins us now live with the latest. Hi, Suzanne. Hi, Tina. A group called our Revolution. Maldon organized this rally outside City Hall against what? They're calling the attempted coup at the Capitol. They're just setting up now. But police Chief Kevin Moelis tells me he expects a peaceful crowd. I would think maybe 50 or so, but I'm hoping But in the spirit of freedom that people choose to come choose toe. Listen, choose to learn, choose to be engaged. And understand that viewpoints expressed for people to digest. To assess and to respect About a couple dozen people here now, But there are several Mauldin police officers and bomb sniffing dogs. The police tell me that's perfectly normal for any kind of rally or protest in Maldon. At Maldon City Hall. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio. More and more lawmakers are now calling for President Trump to be removed from office following Wednesday's violent attack at the U. S. Capitol. Some House Democrats are said to introduce articles of impeachment tomorrow. One of the authors is Rhode Island, Congressman David says Cellini. Let's find out more from CBS is Tom Photo at Tom Hansen spoke to Leslie Stall for this Sunday's 60 minutes. Well, sadly, the person's running executive branch It is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous president of the United States. The draft article of impeachment incitement of insurrection, alleges President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. Again. There was CBS of Tom Hansen reporting. Meanwhile, Mr Trump will be the first president to be impeached twice. Maura arrests made in connection with a violent assault on the U. S Capital on Wednesday. CBS is Catherine Herridge. Reports on the investigation on explosive devices found nearby, Two viable 12 inch metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The pipe bomb was designed to kill her main Scott sweet toe is a former A TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly It's made out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with these two devices. Ah law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS shows both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. And so far, prosecutors have filed more than a dozen cases in federal District Court and dozens more in the D. C. Superior Court, Mayor Marty Walsh said to make his last state of the city address, more details coming up for you in just about two minutes. Right here on WBC news radio back to the roads and highways Right now it is 12 03 traffic and weather together, starting with a Subaru. Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What do you see David? See some brake lights west of the city. Tina 3 95 North on hits the brakes after Sutton Knave Exit four Ah! Crash before Depot Road has had only the breakdown waiting on Lee The breakdown lane getting by close to 10 minutes to get through that back up, but the road's just been reopened. So we expect that to begin to flush right out crash being cleared from the left lane of route to westbound as well at route 1 90 that should be letting loose is well and it crashed being checked on the pike West bound by the Westboro Service Plaza. Eastbound on the pike. There's a vehicle with two flat tires after Route. 1 22 south of the city of Vehicle blew out a tire or two on 24 north after route 1 23 in Brockton, a tap on the brakes getting by that beyond that, though, on the lower end of 93, that's fine. It's okay to and from the expressway Expressway in great shape, and everything around downtown looks.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jodi things will get better and when they do, what in your estimation, will Restaurants look and feel like we all are asking that what we know is one for allowed to open the doors of our restaurants. It's not as though things are going to go back to normal. There's going to be a slow ramp up period. There'll probably be a period where they'll be social distancing and Wei will be required to operate at half capacity, which is very tricky. I don't know how anybody is going to be profitable that way. So that's a that's a huge question. Take out into those gonna be from what we understand And what we've seen a big part of business because people are gonna want our food. They aren't necessarily gonna want to come into a restaurant right away. Menus will probably start out being smaller. If we can only operate it fit to print sent capacity. Everything else have to fall into place as well. So I think the immediate future looks very different than perhaps A year and a half from now in the immediate future. When restaurants open Thank you, Jody Adams to find out more about her project to feed displaced restaurant employees and healthcare workers Visit Port Hope. Dash boston dot com. That's P o r t o hyphen boston dot com. This is Jordan with another special edition connoisseurs. Corner WBZ. Boston's news radio president. Trump has reportedly been talking to advisers about possibly pardoning. Himself. Can he do that Reporter Kristin You're Hansen of K Y. W in Philadelphia did some research closes Its come is the error of President Richard Nixon and the Watergate tapes. The conclusion that DOJ reached in 1974 was a president cannot pardon himself. Craig Green is a Temple University law professor specializing in constitutional law, he says the presidential pardon is limited and doesn't hold up in the states or in the future. You hear talk about the possible criminal liability of that the president His family in New York state. This has nothing to do with that. The president has no power to release anyone of criminal liability under state law. He can, of course, part in his family in front. It's been done before. Like when Bill Clinton pardoned his brother, Democrats do plan to introduce articles of impeachment against the president. As soon as Tomorrow with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh heading to Washington. The race to replace the mayor becoming a topic of conversation around the city. Tina Gal has that story Next coming up in the news, a 10 o'clock busy. I'm.

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Opening 61 degrees in Boston. Gusty winds and showers at nine o'clock Good morning to you on this Christmas day. I'm Tina Gal. Here's what's happening that Christmas Storm delivering quite a mix of intense conditions to contend with, and WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff tells us about some challenges we're facing not just the window. It's also that rainfall in that melting snow. We will see the rain really start to pile up 123 inches and then factoring that melting snow. You had another 1 to 2 inches on top of that, So all said, and done, we get about 2 to 4 inches of liquid water. Trying to get into the ground. So that is why we do expect flooding to become an issue and a full forecast coming up for you in just a few minutes, right after traffic on the three stick with us, And as we just heard, we are getting absolutely pummeled with all this torrential rain and heavy wind gusts. In fact, a high wind warning remains in effect until four o'clock this afternoon. WBC's kennel Buell is out and about this morning braving the elements. He joins us now live from the North Shore. Kendall. You're a good man. Thank you, Tina. I tell you, I'm getting quite a show here along the coast in Gloucester. The Christmas banners lying the main street in this age just whipping and those gusty winds the spray from some angry waves crashing about 20 ft over the seawall. But I tell you, Tina for all the storm and fury here, the Christmas lights and Gloucester are still on and that's a testament to the utility crews have been addressing the outages. As quickly as they come No. Earlier this morning neighbor reported some 2000 customers without power here in Gloucester alone at this moment, it's just one. That is some Santa level Christmas service for you right there, and without Christmas services at the local churches. It's not very busy at all on the roads. You see one or two brave people who come on out to see the Show that Mother Nature has been putting on but mostly people staying warm and snug in their homes. And as.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"The airport to pick somebody up or you're going somewhere, you lucky duck things look good. The airport tunnels Dex fly, too. They dont believe easy. It's traffic on the threes Got 37 degrees in Boston right now, Summerlee clouds and fog and becoming sunny today and breezy going up to 42 sunrise at 7 11. Tonight Looking Partly cloudy dropping to 28 mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow High 38 Christmas Eve on Thursday pretty cloudy with gusty winds High 55 with heavy rain coming at night Christmas Day, still pretty windy with rain in the morning, which may turn into some snow showers later in the day high near 40 on Christmas and pretty cold and dry this weekend. Highs both days in the mid thirties, Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Hi there. Good morning. I'm Tina Gal here. The five things you need to know at 5 15 financial help on the way for Americans impacted by the covert pandemic as a new coronavirus relief package has been approved by lawmakers. With covert 19 numbers very high and the number of available ICU beds. Feeling up very quickly. Governor Baker is urging everyone to not travel during this Christmas holiday. One of New Hampshire's two senators is defending fellow senators who are facing ongoing criticism for being among the first in the country to receive the covert 19 vaccine. Small businesses run by minority set to receive almost all of the nearly $50 million in a Massachusetts.

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Degrees right now. Mostly cloudy and very windy in Boston at 6 30. Good Monday evening to, um Tina Gal, and Here's What's happening that Massachusetts Department of Public Health has released his daily update on covert 19 here in the Bay State. WBC's Carl Stevens has the latest numbers. The number of covert patients in hospitals across Massachusetts is now Nearly 1800. The speeding virus shows no signs of taking its foot off the gas pedal. The latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows more than 3500 newly reported cases in the Commonwealth, bringing the number of estimated active covert cases in the state to nearly 73,000. Death toll goes up by another 37 in this latest report, bringing that total to 11,135 and the number of covert patients in the ICU in the state's hospitals. Goes up to 354 Carl Stevens. WBC Boston's news radio. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announces today. The city of Boston is returning to face two Step two in his re opening plan on Wednesday. That means things like museums, movie theaters, fitness centers and more will be shut down again. Mayor Walsh also says it's all because of a continue, Serge In cases of covert. I'll go with this three week pauses to slow the spread now so we can avoid more severe shutdowns later on. Meanwhile, the mayor also says some facilities will still be allowed to stay open retail stores, personal services like hair salons, barbershops can remain open. I'll do it. Theater and performance venues at 25% Limit office space remain limited 25% capacity. But I want all we urge all employees to make sure that anyone who can work from home is working from home. Those rollbacks will stay in effect for at least three weeks. Massachusetts electors casting the 11.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"And the expressway you're good to go. No stopping on the pipe from graft and through western David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes. And all right there struck Now the WBC four day AC You weather forecast. Well, you got to get that jacket out there today and get possibly the gloves and the hat as well. It is a cold one out there this morning. Many of us still into the twenties. Just a few of us above that freezing mark, and we've got some snow flurries. Pretty much right now starting to flirt with western Mass, just west of North Hampton in the league Great Barrington area Adam's Way out there in Western Mass. You are seeing some snow flurries this morning. Meantime, in and around Boston. It's just freezing out there. Today. We're only getting up to a high of 37 degrees. It'll be windy out there is well plenty of sunshine and then blows with the teens and twenties tonight and then for your Thursday tomorrow, the warm up will kick right back into action sunshine and clouds up to a high of 47. Then Friday into Saturday Sunshine and clouds and we could be up to 60 degrees by Friday and Saturday afternoons. But right there right now, I should say it's just below freezing out there. 26 degrees and lemon stir where a 28 and Woonsocket, Rhode Island, 29 in Plymouth, where at 32 degrees right now, mostly clear skies in Boston in his 505 on WBZ news radio. Well, different areas of Massachusetts continue to turn into hot spots with covert 19 and one getting ever so close to Boston. As we hear from WBC's Tina Gal Covert cases in a city of Medford has been soaring in recent weeks and close to half of the cases are among younger adults. Medford Board of Health director.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And Fitchburg offering free covert testing today on Eastern Avenue, following outbreaks from a local church and hockey leagues, North Quincy High School is closed. In person students for two weeks after school officials got word of a Halloween party attended by about 70 High School students hybrid learning at Franklin High School being halted for two weeks after an underage drinking party was held on Halloween, a city official in Methuen has tested positive for covert 19. Another isn't quarantined and a large number of employees are being tested for the disease. The cell phones of people in more communities across Massachusetts, including the South Shore, have lit up with a warning covert 19. Serious threat in your community. Tina Gal w busy Boston's NewsRadio, 10 38 and we say hello again to Tracy, Junkie of Bloomberg Business News. Laurie, the down SNP are rising the most in five months. Dow's up almost 600 points, the NASDAQ Up 203 S and P's up 67 points. What investors are voting for on this Election Day is a decisive presidential election results tonight. Analysts tell Bloomberg that investors don't want the uncertainty of a close race. The year has been uncertain enough, but not for Wayfair, which is reporting another quarter of rapid sales growth, and the CEO of Boston based Wayfair says Even if people go back to buying furniture in person again, he's not worried Customers will leave. I'm Tracy. Junkie. Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio. All right, Tracy back to the campaign trail. We have a special report for you Coming up at 10 45. Countdown is on 2020 presidential.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Radio WBZ ten thirty tonight if what a day is sizzling ninety degrees right now but plenty of sunshine in Boston it's one thirty thank you for joining us good afternoon to you I'm Tina gal and here's what's happening well it's official today is the day summer officially starts today and so is the longest day of the year WBZ sherry small has more on the science behind the start of summer today is the summer solstice known as the astronomical start of summer accu weather meteorologist Matt Ben says it's an exact science in his time down to the minute forty three this afternoon marks the longest day of the year if the sun's rays will be directly over the tropic of cancer in the northern hemisphere marking the longest day of the year and the most sunshine the twenty fourth will have fifteen hours and seventeen minutes of daylight in Boston the next couple of days we'll enjoy the sunshine while it lasts the last week of June it'll search to those days getting a little bit shorter time and at the very same time the southern hemisphere is marking the astronomical start of the winter cherry small WBZ Boston news radio as progress is continuing to be made in the ongoing fight against a corona virus pandemic more restrictions are being lifted on Monday many businesses will take another step on the road to the new normal here in Massachusetts here's a lieutenant governor Karyn Polito the governor has stated step two of phase two begins on Monday June twenty second this step will include the re opening of indoor dining and close contact personal services such as nail salons and retailers make open fitting rooms by appointment only and offices will be allowed as well to increase their capacity to fifty percent governor Baker says this base states rate of positive code nineteen test.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Week even flirting with ninety the forecast coming up good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby it's two thirty and here's what's happening as we move through phase one of the state's reopening planned governor Baker says the numbers around cove in nineteen in the Commonwealth are encouraging WBZ's Mike Macklin with our top story the number of people hospitalized in Massachusetts with a corona viruses down to a little more than two thousand and only nine percent of those recently tested were found to have the virus encouraging news to governor Charlie Baker who says phase one of re opening the state's economy is running smoothly and protocols for phases two and three are being worked on as they develop protocols they're going to make them available so people have time but they're in phase two or during phase three to redo those protocols and figure out how they would comply by the time we got to phase two or phase three if they do want to give people the time to to take a look at that stuff long term care facilities could be allowed to once again opened their doors to visitors in a couple of weeks Baker's health and Human Services secretary so strict controls on visitors will be in place Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news radio well let's talk about the weather is going to be a scorcher this week that means you might see a lot of people flocking to the beach WBZ's Tina gal reports with temperatures this week soaring to the eighties with a lot of humidity as well you might be feeling eager to head to the beach William Babcock is with the National Weather Service quite a spell of weather coming up through the week today will I turn into a decent afternoon at the very least amount of sun and through most of the week they do keep in mind we are in the middle of the pandemic and there are rules.

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05:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Armed outside temporary gates with long rifles and tactical gear WBZ's Tina gal checked in with CBS's it Jim Chris so who was at the scene of the rally a very large crowd of gun owners and supporters of the second amendment descend upon Richmond Virginia to protest a series of gun control measures advocated by governor Ralph Northam Jim crystal first and foremost what are the governor's actions and response so far well first off a couple of things in last week it was back on Wednesday I believe the last week democratic of a real north of up to clear a state of emergency here in Richmond and as a result he banned weapons during hope pro weapon pro gun event on the grounds of the state capitol it's call lobby day technically and this is the twelfth year this is happened on MLK day at basically these guns supporters many of whom were very heavily armed I saw a lot of assault style weapons smoke over people's chest a lot of hand guns but they came here to so the clear message a unified message your you will to the state's democratic leadership the third not at all happy with this talk of gun control why here why now basically because after election day last November the Democrats should now control everything here in Virginia first time in a generation in fact they control both chambers of the state legislature and of course the governor's mansion and that's why the guns right the card right the bank is basically focused on Virginia right now and as you mention the governor issue that temporary state of emergency which kept guns from the main event on capitol square in Richmond at more specifically how did demonstrators proceed you mentioned there are still a lot of guns they're worried about what they did is they set up chain link fencing around the immediate capital square area around the state house per se and anybody who went in there for the actual route the speech isn't lasted about an hour and a half or so people who went in to that area had to go through airport like security they have to go through metal detectors but the tens of thousands who work on the outside of the fence and milling about the the streets of downtown Richmond I say many were very very heavily armed of many were wearing camouflage clothing and also many had the bright orange stickers that read the gardens of save lives that certainly was part of the message here today what was the extent of counter protesters today what was there showing there was actually going to be it if you will look holder protest store people opposed to gun this inane favor of gun control later in the afternoon but a lot of a preponderance of them for color shouldn't concern they decided to cancel that have been so there may have been some counter protesters but police and there were again obviously a very heavy police presence with all of this they kept any counter protesters away from the main body of people outside the state capitol building describe more to ice jam the scene as you saw it and also has there been any violence no violence and no we're not easily that's one of the big worries was the potential for violence in fact the forties last week including the governor said there were credible threats of violence at this sort of that page certainly wanted to make sure that was not a repeat of what happened just about an hour from here in Charlottesville in twenty seventeen and when a white supremacist rally of all did too absolute chaos and violence in the yard the death of a young woman when a young white supremacist from the Toledo Ohio area ran his car into a group of counter protesters as I say a lot of weapons on display here today a small car while rifles plain old rifles and then hand guns and many of the people at this event were wearing camouflage clothing that they almost look like they were paramilitary there were I saw several members of well wishers they had the patches on their their shirts and uniforms if you well and also on body armor and help with that they will work what else did authorities do today gem to ensure public safety in light of this demonstration especially with guns involved unlike the situation in Charlottesville in twenty seventeen with that situation with the white supremacist rally ended up in the deadly violence in this case streets were blocked off downtown and in many cases they were blocked off with future vehicles heavy machinery dump trucks front end loaders things like that to keep people of good will prevent them anyone from trying to take a vehicle and wrap it in any kind of a part of the crowd that was CBS is Jim crystal out speaking with WBZ's Tina gao the Senate impeachment trial of president trump is set to start at one this afternoon and there are calls it from both sides for fairness WBZ's James Ross tells us mayor Marty Walsh's weighing in the mayor says he's hoping for Republican senators have the courage to allow win this is for the impeachment trial you know at the end the day whatever.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"You and Tina gal here's what's happening the weather not looking ideal for drivers and flyers tomorrow some parts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire maybe getting over a foot of snow here's more from accu weather's heather's air we've got dry weather to start the weekend today but snow sleet and rain will over spread the area tomorrow afternoon snow sleet and rain continue tomorrow night with slippery travel expected mostly snow and sleet though north and west of four ninety five with the worst travel conditions there so a lot of people want to know what's the best time to travel tomorrow and be safe WBZ TV is Tiffany Channa fills us in as the winter storm pushes from west to east this weekend triple a is urging drivers to get on the road early whether in the morning or the day before my best advice to those who are planning to travel back from thanksgiving on Sunday is to consider traveling Saturday consider getting that road trip out of the way before bad weather hits on Sunday it absolutely necessitates good planning whether you're driving or flying snow sleet and rain are all arriving in the afternoon tomorrow then continuing tomorrow night your full forecast coming up in just a few minutes here WBZ newsradio it is a thirty one police in the Netherlands are searching for suspects after an assailant stabbed three people last night in a very busy shopping district this attack coming just hours after a man wearing a fake explosive vest stops several people in London killing two people before he was tackled by members of the public and and fatally shot by officers police treated that as a terrorist attack meanwhile Dutch police say it is too early at this point to officially establish a motive.

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To you and Tina gal here's what's happening. Boston police are on the scene of a debt to begin with a domestic incident the lead into a standoff in Jamaica plain the suspect is dead that ma'am broke a window and waved a weapon and officers those officers and fired a weapon back in the direction of the suspect this is Boston police commissioner Willie grass. the suspect appeared at the front door and put in the smashing the window and brandishing a firearm in the direction of Boston police officers fifteen to twenty people were evacuated to guns were recovered at the scene and JP a full investigation is under way to determine exactly how that suspect died officers are asking drivers and pedestrians to avoid the area around twenty one woman street in Jamaica plain we will certainly bring you more details as more information becomes available authorities are investigating a death and role in the city's highlands neighborhood police gathered at the scene on Wilder street around five thirty last night inside a residence on that Wilder street area which was blocked off with police tape between B. and D. streets last night's death by the way was a second case investigated by authorities this month in the highlands neighborhood of thirty eight year old man was ordered held without bail in law just record in connection to the suspicious death of a man and the alleged rape of a woman and a queen street apartment earlier this month on September sixteenth who upon is charged with kidnapping aggravated rape rape and assault and battery as well house speaker Nancy Pelosi is speaking about the house impeachment inquiry this weekend she spoke at the Texas Tribune festival in Austin yesterday speaker Pelosi said some administration members tried to appear on a where the president may have done something illegal right now there's a cover up of the cover up over now to CBS with more on the impeachment proceedings long Tom Foley on the weekend after she announced a formal impeachment enquiring if president trump my house speaker ads must be somber we must be careful and we must consider the facts further plans to pull see Saturday night at the Texas Tribune festival in Austin Texas picking up the story correspondent Sam would singer Democrats are moving quickly with an impeachment investigation of president trump ordering secretary state Pompeii or turn over Ukraine related documents and scheduling testimony for witnesses Mr trump has posted a video on Twitter blasting the idea of a peach. we can never let this happen we're fighting to drain the swamp and that's exactly what I'm doing and you see why we have to do it because our country is at stake like never before he's also tweeting about some of the Democrats leading the investigation calling them savages Sam let's singers CBS news Washington after spending much of Saturday golfing with senator Lindsey Graham on a couple of famous retired pros Mr trump was back on Twitter late Saturday night asserting it is disgraceful up what he calls the do nothing Democrats are doing the impeachment scammers he calls that Tom Foley CBS news Washington coming up in just a few minutes.

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02:45 min | 3 years ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And toasty here in Boston plenty of sunshine of five o'clock good afternoon and Tina gal here's what's happening turmoil today in in Nantucket court room over the sexual assault case against after Kevin Spacey he's accused of groping an eighteen year old in twenty sixteen CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes tells us the judges know questioning whether prosecutors have a viable case spacey's lawyer urged the judge to dismiss the criminal case saying it is completely compromised this after the alleged victim started to testify after failing to surrender the phone to use the night of the alleged assault then invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination the judge says he won't dismissed the case today but prosecutors will have a tough time if the accuser won't testify the attorney for Kevin spacey's accuser says neither his client nor other family members can produce a cell phone use by the young man on the night of the alleged assault in the club car restaurant on the island attorney Mitchell Garabedian said he could provide the court with a thumb drive with information that's been for tree from other sources including a macbook where some material was backed up that certainly was not good enough for Kevin spacey's defense attorney Alan Jackson Alan said what they want and entitled to you is the actual cell phone billionaire Jeffrey abstinence pleading not guilty to sex trafficking charges New York U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman today charge abstain for trafficking under age girls as well as for conspiracy this new indictment comes eleven years after abstain reached a deal with attorneys in Florida to avoid a similar Chargers Miami Herald senior editor Casey Frank says this time Eckstine could receive a life sentence if convicted in two thousand five seven and two thousand eight the case was handled in a way that was very different from the way it's being handled today and I think part of that is because of the Miami Herald reporting part of that is kind of a shift in the culture that came with the me too movement meanwhile I've seen the long list of accuse is are welcoming his arrest saying it's long overdue he was arrested over the weekend as he arrived in the US from Paris aboard his private jet he is accused of paying under age girls hundreds of dollars in cash for massages and then allegedly molesting them at his homes in Florida and New York from two thousand two through two thousand five he's currently being held at metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan governor Charlie Baker is backing MBTA management when it comes to the firing of the team's chief safety officer Ron Nichols filed a complaint with the federal railroad administration WBZ's Karen regal spoke with the governor governor Charlie Baker says no issues more important to the T. than safety and then went on to sing a song he sung before money being put into the M. B. T. able results to be seen well down.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tina gal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty one degrees. Beautiful Tuesday afternoon, mostly sunny right now in Boston at two o'clock. Good afternoon to you. I'm Tina gal. Here's what's happening. We begin this hour on the south shore in Quincy where a five alarm fire erupted more than four hours ago at two ninety nine. Newport avenue is still a very active scene. Dozens of residents are safely evacuated. Police are reminding everyone that area will be closed off for the entire evening commute. WBZ's? Kim Tunnicliffe has been also very busy updating us from the scene and joins us. Now live on the line Kimmy. What's the latest? Well, Latino we just got updated by a Quincy. Fire officials say an alert taxi driver noticed the flames coming from an empty building. That was being renovated here on Newport apps, and he went to a nearby fire station and knocked on the door and notify them that would cruise dot to the team the building was fully engulfed and the wind was blowing. That apparently was the biggest challenge for firefighters winds were gusting twenty to twenty five miles an hour at points, and that push the fire to three other adjacent buildings now before firefighters could even attack the fire began putting water on it. They had to go door to door to get people out. They had no idea how many people were were inside the these buildings in some cases, they banged down doors, and a lot of presidents didn't even know. There was a fire going on about twenty to thirty people have been rescued safely. The Red Cross is helping them to find temporary shelter to firefighters suffered. Minor injuries. Fire officials say this could have been a lot worse in Quincy..

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Five Year Anniversary: The Boston Marathon Bombings

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01:41 min | 4 years ago

Five Year Anniversary: The Boston Marathon Bombings

"England wbz news time eight nineteen mostly cloudy right now thirty six degrees in boston good morning i'm tina gal wbz news top stories now as the city gets ready for the one hundred and twenty second boston marathon tomorrow today is one boston day a special day to remember the boston marathon bombing five years ago which left three people dead and more than two hundred and fifty people injured at this hour mayor marty walsh inc governor charlie baker will lay wreaths at the bombing site on boylston street according to the mayor security will be super tied if you're heading to the race tomorrow you will notice a much heavier police presence all along the race route and syrian president bashar alassad says the u s led airstrikes against his country this weekend were accompanied by a campaign of lies and misinformation in a un security council bashar alassad was speaking to a group of visiting russian politicians both balshaw assad and russia deny using chemical a weapons that trigger those attacks early yesterday in other news former fbi director james comey is hitting the road on a book tour i stop new york city the former fbi director fired by president trump last may will be at the union square barnes and noble on april eighteenth the day after a higher loyalty is released in the book komi comparison trump to a mob boss and calls him an unethical man with no regard for the truth the president countered in a series of tweets calling komi a leaker aligarh an untruthful slime ball sara lee kessler new york wbz news time eight twenty one in rhode island is state senate is strongly considering a bill that would provide guidelines.

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