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"umass amherst" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"You listen to your podcast. Welcome back to the clay travis in buck sexton show member. We are scheduled to be joined by forty five himself in the third hour of the programs. A little bit on the fly. We'll see when exactly in the third hour but as of now we are set to have that because we also have joe biden joe biden. Join not sorry not joining the program. Speaking to the that would be. That would be interesting. Hey we would. I would be very polite president. I would be very respectful but firm firm on how he's a terrible president so but anyway he's going to be addressing the country at one. Oh well in a few minutes. If he's on time which he probably won't be. But clay. I want to see this raw amherst college where i went to school not to be confused with umass amherst which was right down the road to different school. People always get them confused. I went to amherst college. And it's the town at one point banned the use of nuclear weapons. The town council like that. That's the kind of crazy the un flag was. I believe flying above the american flag in the town square for awhile. I may or may not have known somebody who pulled it down. I don't know. I heard a rumor about a guy who did that. Baby and the un fired even know the un for most people wouldn't even recognize the it's like this. It's like a powder. Puff blue collar that we have a flag to but anyway ends new flag so amherst is a is a is three square miles surrounded by reality what we say a little town in central massachusetts and klay my alma mater now has a code policy. You must be vaccinated. Okay you have to be back into a student there. No no fans are no exceptions. And they don't allow any more people to walk into the town unless it is for a pharmacy run or banking purposes. How has the dining hall is closed. You have to take the food out and there are group restrictions. You can't have the twenty five people together unless you're all masked how close is the town.

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Amilcar, Umass Amherst And Massachusetts discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Amilcar, Umass Amherst And Massachusetts discussed on AP News Radio

"One historian who pushed to make Juneteenth an official state holiday in Massachusetts he's celebrating now that it's a federal holiday as well I am overjoyed Amilcar she paused at UMass Amherst says it's a holiday his ancestors created but it's just the first installment toward righting the wrongs of slavery Juneteenth as a national holiday opens the door what follows is what we have to now push for he says the next step must be reparations for slavery along with addressing racism and police brutality Sager

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UMass Amherst Lowers COVID-Risk Level From ‘High’ To ‘Elevated’

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

UMass Amherst Lowers COVID-Risk Level From ‘High’ To ‘Elevated’

"U Mass Amherst will be easing their covert restrictions starting on Monday. This comes with the lowering and their risk level from high to elevated. It means in person. Classes can resume for students that get tested twice. Rico twice weekly. The risk level was high for nearly two weeks is cases spiked throughout the campus

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Last weekend of campaigning and the presidential candidates will be hitting key states today. Resident Trump against his day by voting in Florida, and then he'll hold the Siri's of rallies in three different states, Wisconsin, Ohio and North Carolina. Joe Biden will hit key pockets in Pennsylvania, former President Barack Obama will campaign for his former vice president. In Florida, ABC Rachel Scott with the latest on early voter turnout thus far, just 11 days to go record shattering turnout across the country more than 52 million Americans have already voted six states already surpassing one million in person votes, Texas topping the early voting list with more than six million cast by mail and in person. Across the state curbside voting cars packing into parking lot, and workers at Amazon are hoping to get time off on election day, and they're asking for your help to get that thousands of workers are supporting a proposal for all workers to get a paid day off to vote. They're calling on people nationwide to help shut down warehouse is temporarily on Halloween. If they do not get election day off before then. Amazon recently told The New York Times that in states with in person voting workers can request time off at the start or end of their shifts to go and vote. Retailers like Wal Mart are offering paid time off November 3rd with others, like best by closing for several hours on that day, so employees can vote. Matt Piper. CBS knew the Senate scheduling hearing hearings today and tomorrow to debate Judge Amy Cockney Barrettes nomination to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. On Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to send barrettes nomination to the Senate floor with Democrats boycotting Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown says it's nothing more than a continued power play by a majority leader, Mitch McConnell says it's all about power for Mitch McConnell. It's all about. Putting another special interest Corporate Judge on the Supreme Court that will choose corporate corporate interests over workers. A final confirmation vote is expected on Monday. Police in Boston continuing to investigate five shootings within 12 hours, which has sparked concerns about Increased gun violence in the city. None of the injuries considered to be life threatening the most serious shooting just before 11 Thursday night on Columbia Road in Dorchester, three men and one woman were wounded Boston police asking anyone with information to contact homicide detectives And in Brockton police investigating a fatal shooting at a local hotel. The victim found shot in the chest in a second floor hotel room on West Gate Drive at about 6 30 last night. He died later at Good Samaritan Medical Center. The Plymouth District attorney's office identifies the victim as a 20 year old man. He becomes Braathens forthe homicide of the year and the second this month today is national prescription drug take back day. A chance for people to get rid of unused medications. Opioid drug overdoses killed nearly 70,000 Americans every year. The D A is trying to help prevent that, with drug take back day. Typically when somebody abuses prescription drugs for the first time, most of the time, it comes from a prescription that was in the medicine Cabinet de assistant administrator to McDermott says You could bring unused prescriptions to drop off sites across the country. Find yours and take back day dot d a dot gov. And he failed. ABC News. UMAss Amherst plans to bring Mohr students back to campus for the spring semester in conjunction with a Morven Hristo Corona virus testing program. School officials say first year and transfer students will be given the option to live on campus. The option will also be offered to students who depend on the University for housing and dining. Including international students, those taking mandatory in person courses and varsity athletes. School officials say those groups represent about 60% of the typical on campus population. Berklee College of Music naming its first woman president, Cherokee Mule, will succeed Roger Brown in July. Brown is stepping down after 17 years. Jules, a composer and conductor who previously led the music and arts schools at the University of Southern California. Well, like most everything else, Covert 19 is having a big impact on sales for Halloween. CBS's Jim Crow Solar reports on The trend that one retailer has seen while Halloween costume sales are down, people are buying more decorations. James McKee has noticed it at his pop up Halloween store in Franklin, Tennessee. Props in the cove in 19 pandemic has made things more challenging for the industry. Biggest thing was just placing our orders that we normally do around June somewhere in their initial actual waited till August. The National Retail Foundation estimates there will be $8 billion in Halloween.

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UMass Amherst, West Of Boston, To Bring More Students Back For Spring Semester

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

UMass Amherst, West Of Boston, To Bring More Students Back For Spring Semester

"Plans to bring Mohr students back to campus for the spring semester in conjunction with a Morven Hristo Corona virus testing program. School officials say first year and transfer students will be given the option to live on campus. The option will also be offered to students who depend on the University for housing and dining. Including international students, those taking mandatory in person courses and varsity athletes. School officials say those groups represent about 60% of the typical on campus population.

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Some students to return to UMass Amherst, west of Boston

WBZ Programming

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Some students to return to UMass Amherst, west of Boston

"U mass Hammers plans to bring more students back to campus for the spring semester in conjunction with the more robust Corona virus testing program, school officials say First year and transfer students will be given the option to live on campus as well. Students who depend on the University for housing and dining, including international students. Those taking mandatory in person courses and varsity athletes. Schools chancellor says they represent about 60% of the typical on campus population.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trade to the Bruins or Canucks. King's selected Quinton by field second overall, The center is the highest Ever drafted black player in league history. Speaking of Los Angeles Lakers lead the Heat three won in the end finals after 102 96 win in Game four. And golfer Tony Fee now tested positive for the Corona virus. Adam Kaufman W B Z Boston's news radio 6 43 Let's check on the roadways this morning when you do traffic and weather together. Now, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Lori grounding. Maybe not Alright, we'll move right along here. We've got some cloud says we starts just before sunrise here. In Boston 58 degrees and we're going to head south very quickly. We've got clouds on the increase today and some rain and high winds moving into the area. Wind gusts could be about 60 MPH and maybe some thunderstorms. Later, this's W B Z use radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. All these wind gusts could top 60 MPH For a time this afternoon, a wind advisory or a high wind warning rat is kicks in a two o'clock this afternoon, we calm down and clear out overnight back to sunshine and cooler temperatures tomorrow. Good Wednesday morning. It is October 7 time. Jeff Brown. And here are the five things you need to know. At 6 40 for fall semester is just getting started in nearly 200. Students at UMass Amherst have been disciplined for violating campus covert policies. Governor Charlie.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is change how graduations are conducted today clean are today Berklee college of music called a virtual ceremony WBZ's Kevin Coleman reports the class of twenty twenty graduates from Berklee college of music through a livestream event we reserve it seniors finished their final semester online due to the corona virus pandemic and professors send their virtual congratulations congratulations Berkeley grads onward and upward tuition students it was a pleasure working with regulations graduates here's to you making it through a crazy crazy time we believe in you good luck out there congratulations class of twenty twenty you are making history graduating this year you proving to yourself and to the world that you finish what you start that you have insurance and grit and we are so proud when WBZ Boston news radio yesterday was graduation day for the UMass Amherst class of twenty twenty here's WBZ TV sterling Donald a bit of pomp and circumstance and a whole lot of social distance of all let me say what I antibodies this is weird similarly here the UMass Amherst class of twenty twenty attended a virtual graduation celebration Friday the twenty minute video featured messages of encouragement from Hollywood stars hello right you're wrong call the giants for yourself still.

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Boston - Virtual Ceremony Is Bittersweet For University of Mass Amherst Graduates

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Virtual Ceremony Is Bittersweet For University of Mass Amherst Graduates

"Yesterday was graduation day for the UMass Amherst class of twenty twenty here's WBZ TV sterling Donald a bit of pomp and circumstance and a whole lot of social distance of all let me say what I antibodies this is weird similarly here the UMass Amherst class of twenty twenty attended a virtual graduation celebration Friday the twenty minute video featured messages of encouragement from Hollywood stars hello right you're wrong call the giants for yourself still

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That they need if they believe they're ten factored with code nineteen the governor says the test site is by appointment only and results can be expected within twenty four to forty eight hours with the need outpacing supply four PP that protective equipment a team at UMass Amherst is up and running with the solution single piece plastic face shields and two engineers on the UMass Amherst campus professor Meghan Hoover along with Frank set up new there was a critical and urgent need for this stuff for people on the front lines and I spoke this morning with Peter Reinhart director of the institute of applied life sciences on campus Megan and Frank stop they've just been phenomenal early on they realized that that would be a shortage of neck and started thinking about how could you design a shield that do not have multiple parts that need to be assembled that do not need to have any three D. printing which is much much much slower and that can be shipped flat so that means they can send them in bulk and very quickly and by the way they just went live with their website yesterday they already have nine thousand face shield on order they're not charging a nickel this is for any hospital or health clinic or fire department police department I believe the holy DA's office has requested these as well it's W. W. W. dot UMass dot EDU forward slash I A. L. L. by the way again they're doing this for a noble cause this is what the scientists and engineers do and when I asked him about the price gouging he they could be making a lot of money off of these he said he was horrified at what he's seen out there in terms of people who are profiteering off of pandemic so again that's over UMass Amherst you can check it out online and you can ask for these shields so good luck with that ten fifty one traffic and weather together coming up health tip from always health partners working out is key to good health and.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rocket over the weekend a video by TMZ shows it blasting off from private property in the Barstow California desert parachute tearing off it hurdles straight up there in about ten seconds the rocket plummets straight down and crashes he was sixty four Hughes was also a limousine driver who held the Guinness world record for longest limousine ramp jump one hundred three feet chucks Iverson ABC news it's two twenty how about charging your phone by air take a listen to this story scientists at UMass Amherst currently developing a new technology that will use more secure from the air to create a charge so you are literally using the air to charge your phone now the device is still in the early stages it's not like it's ready to hit the market just yet but it is believed that this technology can be perfected it's going to be a game changer for the future one of the electrical engineers they're saying we are literally making electricity out of thin air they're calling the device the air Jen right now it can only power real small devices they're saying over time as it is perfected it will be able to charge other larger devices it's two twenty one WBZ newsradio on this Monday afternoon the forecast today well you know the drill right now it's a great rest of the week not so much we'll check that plus the roads as well traffic and weather together next to the gloves are off the state is actually got it I'm not talking about Donald Trump democratic primary is heating up policies in New York City.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I heart radio yeah enjoy the stimulation seven thirty Garrett was with the on campus T. aim seven ninety two sons of most stimulating talk this is why we get frustrated at the U. of a you know they're gonna bring in some wacko not from I believe his loyal a college loyal university for the first campus conversation eight days six thousand dollars a former legal immigrant who's now a social justice warrior she's going to be tough I mean after the chase border agents away I mean it's just it's crazy man it's absolutely crazy and now they're bashin man man other targets this is legitimate happening all over the country now here the university of Arizona again if you're just tuning in they're looking for a eight a coordinator for the healthy masculinity initiative and I went over exactly what their responsibilities are it's all about responding to issues actual this condo preventing to harass sexual rest in the workplace so that they get their assuming all men are going to do this all men are sexual assault occurs and I've been giving you examples of different different colleges right I do the same thing you ready for this UMass Amherst as the men and masculinity center is for students to integrate and deconstruct traditional forms of masculinity they offer support group for male students who have violated certain aspects of community standards that consists of a series of structured activities conversations as I to get participants to reflect upon their behavior and the ways in which in hearings to masculine norms influenced their choices hi show Brown University they have a masculine he won a one workshops for students identifies mental of that and the description said men will often resort to violence to resolve conflict because anger is the only emotion and they've been socialized to express I'm learning toxic masculinity create safe space for men to unpack all things they've learned about masculinity what it means to be a man going to help those are socialized as men into a learn some of the notions that led to such profound harm being enacted towards others and toward themselves this is what's going to happen at the U. of a will get your calls I got more stuff come back don't go anywhere I know we're in we're late big please wait I don't hear from you Ryan's Matty says you're good it is can Este morning house Democrats are looking at how to prevent the identity of the Ukraine whistle blower from being revealed one option could be to have the person's appearance invoice distorted president trump's attorney Jay secolo reacting this way my statement on that is so what we've already released a transcript America's ambassador to the European Union will testify in the house impeachment enquiring today the rental car tax that funds the risen a sports and tourism authority will stay the US Supreme Court throwing out a challenge and a new internet sales tax is going into effect this week business is outside the state never paid the Arizona online tax I'm Gregg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk.

Massachusetts: Cannabis-Related Poison Control Calls for Kids Doubled After Legalization of Medical Marijuana

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts: Cannabis-Related Poison Control Calls for Kids Doubled After Legalization of Medical Marijuana

"A UMass Amherst study finds calls to poison control went up one hundred and forty percent that is staggering since cannabis became legal in mass calls for help from hospitals and parents were for edibles primarily with the greatest increase in calls for teens the study suggests that state to legalize marijuana should consider strengthening regulations including

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A donation from Aetna health care city employees will be trained to administer the drug a pilot program previously made the overdose antidote available at Boston public health commission buildings and certain Boston public library locations emergency workers in Boston used a lack sewn on over one thousand nine hundred patients a year ago the mayor says it's another step to fight the opioid crisis caliber drawn WBZ Boston's newsradio researchers at the UMass Amherst campus says and UMass medical school receive a ten million dollar grant to help research the effectiveness of opioid addiction treatment in jails and other criminal justice settings grant comes from the national and the truth on drug abuse assistant professor at the UMass Amherst school of public health is better Evans is one of the researchers who will use the grant to examine a pilot opioid treatment program for detainees at jails in seven Massachusetts counties Evans says Massachusetts is at the forefront of improving for treatment for open your use disorder involving a rebel populations and understanding the risk of fatal overdose inmates face following their release it's one twelve what strict sports right now with WBZ's droll stern or a drink as the starter this afternoon insurance also to make it three straight over the Yankees at Fenway Rodriguez looks with his thirteenth he's even one in his last eleven who face five and five she she's about the a well she comes off websites ten five when Mookie Betts homers three times or James Paxton JD Martinez bills twenty first also has now scored New York twenty nine eight in the first two games of the series red Sox trail circa place Tampa Bay by a half game the race play in Toronto today's day three of patriots training camp Tom Brady took Friday off forty Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo coming all season ending knee surgery has been cleared to begin practice cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is holding out with two years left on his rookie contract the Seahawks all pro linebacker Bobby Wagner have agreed to a three year extension worth fifty four million the rams agreed to extensions with coach Sean McVay and GM les Snead through the twenty twenty three season MLS the.

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 Jewish students sue to oust pro-Palestinian panel from UMass

WBZ Midday News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Jewish students sue to oust pro-Palestinian panel from UMass

"News, a group of Jewish students at UMass Amherst is asking the judge to order a panel discussion about Palestinian human rights off campus because they feel it's antisemitic. The panel is scheduled for Saturday features Roger waters with Pink Floyd. The panelists are expected to argue that pro Israel groups have tried to silence Palestinian points of

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Outside. Laughlin several fans who had been chanting free aunt Becky reference to her role on full house. Aaron katersky. ABC news Boston a teacher at the king. Philip regional middle school in Norfolk on administrative leave tonight. School officials say at follows an alleged incident involving inappropriate conduct between teacher and student during a class exercise since it is a personnel matter. They say they're unable to release more information at this time a setback for the father of missing UMass. Amherst Maura Murray following a car crash in northern New Hampshire more than fifteen years ago. Fred Murray, hoping a search of a home today near the accident scene would turn up her body. It did not hurry now says he'll keep searching for his daughter state police identify the driver killed in yesterday's crash on route three in Duxbury. He's Marco Santos of Marshfield. The investigation is continuing Illinois and Ohio police tonight along with the FBI are working to confirm the identity of. Boy who may have been missing for nearly eight years, according to the police report in Sharon Ville, Ohio the fourteen year old boy told officers he had escaped to kidnappers who had been holding him for seven years. This woman saw the boy and said it looked like he had been punched. He could see the fear on him. And how nervous he was and how he kept pace in. And he just looked odd. You told police his name was Timothy pits. And that's the name of a six year old boy went missing from Aurora Illinois in twenty eleven after his mother committed suicide the mother had written a note saying the boy was somewhere safe with people who will love and care for him. Ryan burrow, ABC.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Levels. Chris cook is Boston's chief of the environment energy and open space the great opportunity about the height of that firm. Is it also provides an opportunity to have another minute. You can have a sledding hill. You could use that as stadium. Seatings people can watch kids playing on the fields because of the slope. But then all sorts of Ford's incredible ocean views part of day boulevard would be closed to traffic and turned into a walkable promenade that would connect the park with Carson beach. A sport court complex would also be built skateboard park. Water play out there basketball courts, the basketball courts would be permeable allowing them to be safely flooded. And then drained after a storm Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio none of very good week. In fact, a dangerous one at that at the Grand Canyon this week two people are dead in two separate incidents this week at the Grand Canyon. One victim falls over the edge of the rim while trying to take pictures another man found in a wooded area near Grand Canyon village. His cause of death not known to men are under arrested. Umass Amherst police say they assaulted two other students inside a residence hall during a pot deal the fight spilled into a parking lot where one of the. Suspects flashed gun, a Florida man now in custody for falsely reporting a robbery just to avoid his morning shift. Polk county. Authorities say thirty two year old Brian Anderson called nine one one to report the two suspects had taken his money is necklace Andy cell phone before speeding off. However after cops responded Anderson confessed that he made up the story to avoid going to his eleven AM shift at Hardee's he was arrested and charged for misuse of nine one one and knowingly giving false information to law enforcement. I'm Mark Mayfield. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio eight nineteen forty seven gray skies in Boston. He hacked his way into the online accounts of celebrities and made himself rich. But as ABC's Pete combs tells us that road eventually led to ruin for a man in Georgia assistant, US attorney, Nathan kitchens tells me Twenty-seven-year-old calming Ford used a phishing Email to get apple account information from several top stars in music, the NBA. And the NFL when he was able to obtain their personal information it really unlocked the keys to the kingdom to fund his lifestyle. Travel on a day's notice jewelry, even cash Ford pleaded guilty in Atlanta federal court, he'll be sentenced next month and could get as much as four years behind bars. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta, and some guitar gods are returning to.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Deliver a lecture on Wednesday called lessons from space leads straight back to earth. Coleman logs about forty five hundred hours in space as a NASA astronaut, including two space shuttle missions and a six month tour on the international space station. The talk is free and open to the public. And again, that's at UMass Amherst on Wednesday. President Trump says New York mayor Bill de Blasios doing a bag job running the Big Apple. The president's comment comes as de Blasios spends time in Iowa testing the waters for a White House run next year. The Iowa caucuses are the first major contest in the presidential primary. A California couple pleads guilty to what to what prosecutors say is by far the worst child abuse case they've ever seen ABC's will cars in Riverside County, California, Turpin her husband, David plead guilty to torturing in abusing twelve of their children determines kept their kids in complete isolation starving them forcing that delivered. Filthy dungeon conditions for years. Police arrested a couple of just over a year ago after their seventeen year old daughter managed to escape and call nine one one telling police quote by parents are abuse. They abuse us in my two little sisters right now are chained up the children who range in age from three to thirty would have been forced to testify. If the case went to trial. The men face a maximum sentence of life in prison letters written by Whitey Bulger are giving a glimpse into the former Boston Bob bosses mundane life in prison and treatment by other inmates letters are being auctioned off tomorrow, and they come from a guy who says he became friends with Bolger where the two were in federal prison together. In Brooklyn, New York vulture was killed by other inmates. Just hours after being transferred to a prison in West Virginia last year. Peter Frampton is talking publicly for the first time about the rare degenerative muscular disease. He has CBS Anthony Mason.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"UMass Amherst is returning to campus to talk about her experiences in space. Ace retired. Nasa astronaut, Katie Coleman is scheduled to deliver. The Commonwealth honors college, Catherine and Paul Williams and lecture on Wednesday Kalman's free public talk lessons from space lead straight back to earth. We'll be using the background of her space missions to showcase valuable lessons. That are essential to solving president and future challenges Coleman, a former US air force Colonel has logged nearly forty five hundred hours in space as a NASA astronaut, she's a veteran of two shuttle missions and also participated in a six month tour on the international space station. She also earned a doctorate in polymer science and engineering from UMass and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from MIT well at the time of year again here in Boston as mayor Marty Walsh and a cities election department k called the hubs annual son says mailers will be distributed today for all residents seventeen and older the mayor encourages all Bostonians to participate and calls a process a very important tool. To make sure we are reaching everyone across our city and ensuring we continue to provide the resources all residents need, a new Trump administration policy will prohibit taxpayer funded family planning clinics to refer patients for abortions, the department of health and human services announced the plan yesterday and notes there could be minor editorial changes being made that policy is mainly aimed to please the president's conservative base. Planned Parenthood says they appear to be a target of the current administration security forces and protesters continue to clash in Venezuela. After civilian tried to clear, a barricade of border bridge to allow humanitarian aid to be trucked in from Columbia, some members of the Venezuelan national guard fired tear-gas angry mob while others. According to Florida, Senator Marco Rubio, abandoned, their posts and may have defected, California. Senator Dianne Feinstein delivers stern words to a group of young activists who strongly urge her to support the green new deal. You know, what's.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The social thing that they did they go through when those four years. It's very good for them. If the housing I didn't look at it. Well, come take a look now because not only do we have it. It's stunningly beautiful island. Never have a futile degree. Do you? Like that myself. We're Ron did did your children. Wherever your kids going are they out of college or they in college. Out of college by ended up sending them the public and private. But the key thing girls was to go to a place that I know they'd be safe. Thank you. Campus, you know, where they could live and they had a good experience. I hope wherever they went. Very much. So that's great. Well, that's that's worked out. And again, this is a project that is going to continue for years, and you mass Boston is kind of in a little bit of a tight location. They they surrounded by community. South Boston Dorchester, as you know. So their ability to grow is probably going to be going up perpendicularly as opposed to horizontally. And maybe in time, they'll they'll get as many more students in the dormitories, but it's gonna it's gonna take time. Ron Prestage call. Thank you very much. Thank you have a great night. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. So what's what is surprised you most about the educational atmosphere? If you will in Boston you came here you taught at Harvard. So you knew something about Boston. And of course, you had UMass Amherst, you said what would surprise you most about the campus pups the best. The most pleasant surprise, maybe the most unpleasant surprise. So the most striking thing about this campus is the extraordinarily hard working students that we have our students are largely working students. They are sometimes working one or two jobs in order to afford to go to school. And so I think of them as the absolute salt of the earth and the faculty are completely committed to the mission of. Providing a first class education to students from urban environments that are looking for a route to upward mobility. I wouldn't say that's a shocking surprise. But it is a profound pleasure to be around students and faculty like this. I think the most complicated thing that we face and that was remedied to some degree today is the financial situation has been difficult s some of your colleagues have pointed out the campuses carried a pretty heavy debt load in order to repair buildings that were not well well constructed to begin with and that's been a struggle for the campus. So that's why today is such a landmark day because for the first time we can start to see our way past this and build toward the future instead of constantly being dragged down by that debt. So that's been a struggle. I think for every person who's tried to run the campus. But on the whole I'm extremely optimistic about its future. As president me and said, you know, we're locked to the hip to the one in most prosperous city. In the country on a beautiful waterfront with extraordinary opportunity and vision for the industries that come in and join us. So I think the sky's the limit for this place, grab another caller to he'll let me get Peter. I know we're going to get a UMass alumnus this one here miracle studying all right. I know they're they're enjoying Valentine's Day dinners. Let's go to Peter and Peter you're next on nightside. You're on with the interim chancellor of UMass Boston Red, Peter. Hi, I I just wanna make a couple of comments. I one was I got in just as Marty was getting. It's interesting to me that the tenor of the caller seems to be. To me. I'm just sitting here. Driving listening. You feel that energy coming through? It's a lot of negativity. I think Peter did challenging phone calls. I think that they're they've asked challenging questions. What what does nothing wrong with that? I'm the chance for handled has handled those questions pretty well. Oh, I I agree. And I'm and I saw you will all turn into you now national, and I think that what's happened. There has just been a tremendous boom to be all the neighborhoods the economy, the tenor of the city. So I'm really excited for you. Ask boston..

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One thirty five on WBZ Boston police, captain heading to court for domestic assault as his why files a restraining order NBC ten reporting. Tim Connolly and his wife began fighting last week on their way to a party. It's turned out to be an argument that allegedly dragged on for two days for she claims. Conley pushed and slapped her. The report says Connolly's wife testified he recently threatened to kill her Connolly's lawyer says his client's wife kicked Conley. And he left papers for her after she said she wanted a divorce in time. Another Boston cop will be off the job for a while after and apparently wild night out in Rhode Island. Boston police aren't identifying the officer. But a spokesman tells me he is on paid administrative leave after his gun was allegedly stolen from his glove compartment. After the officer went to Rhode Island to meet with two strippers at the Hampton in Pawtucket. Where the officer was staying the officer had met one of the women who called herself Natalya on Instagram her real name is nice Rivera Rivera and the officer allegedly met up with another dancer, Melissa dossier. He alleges she stole has gone. Locked in his car's glove compartment. Both Rivera and Osceola were arrested on bail warrants Rivera had been accused of prostitution at the now closed foxy lady that guns been recovered Boston. Police will not comment further on the status of the officer. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio to people under arrest today after a high speed chase through Everett during which police say an AK47. was tossed out the window of that car. Please tell WBZ TV the car sped off as officers tried to pull it over car. Ended up getting its tires blown out and crashing into the medium. Investigators say the assault rifle that was tossed out during the chase was in a partially zipped. Gym bag, a found in the trunk to more, shotguns. Investigators say those guns were actually stolen from another state to people under arrest. Now, they were passengers in that car investigators say the driver and another passenger are still on the run on the father of UMass Amherst nursing student who's been missing since two thousand four now says there's a break in that cold case she's been missing for fifteen years. Years. Twenty one year old Moore Murray suddenly left school at UMass Amherst and drove to New Hampshire. She crashed her car in woods Bill. Her car was found but Murray was never seen again. Her father. Fred Murray says for years he's believed that she's buried in the basement of a home right near the crash site. He spoke with WBZ TV. I want to bring my daughter home and give her a proper Bill digger up out of a hole and some good bags. So his own investigation. He says cadaver dogs in ground radar picked up on something in that basement location. But the New Hampshire attorney general's office says the area was searched in the past and they found nothing no way in place. Did they already look there? Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio one thirty eight. Now. It's time for Bloomberg business, and we say happy Friday to Tracy jonky. Call Amazon is said to be reconsidering one of its two eight q two choices. The Washington Post says it's due to a backlash from New York lawmakers and community organizers the company hasn't released or purchase. To office space in New York City yet. So it would be easy for Amazon to change course. For Wall Street this week a wash the losses are erasing what's left of its progress this week and a loss this week. We'll be the first of the new year for the Dow and the NASDAQ the Dow is falling one hundred eighty seven points. Nasdaq is down twenty eight SMP down thirteen I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and coming out. There's been a shooting at a school in Baltimore will bring you the latest details.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's ten thirty five and at the supreme. Court chief Justice John Roberts, citing now with the courts liberal justices in the latest decision on abortion. The state of Louisiana was set to enforce new regulations on clinics in a new law that would require providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. CBS's Jan Crawford has more on this decision. The courts four conservative justices, including new Justice wreck have dissented Justice Cavanaugh separately to say he would allow the law to take effect for now. But he could be willing to rethink it. If it showed that it had that undue burden on a woman's right to get an abortion three years ago. The justices struck down a similar law in Texas. But in that case Roberts dissented the White House. Putting on a new report on the Affordable Care Act saying any changes to the law under President Trump do not fundamentally undermine at the council of economic advisers report out today says subsidies that help keep low and middle income customers. Pay premiums will help keep the exchange of float even if some healthy people drop out or seek other coverage due to Mr. Trump's changes right now nearly. Ninety percent of customers on the exchange. Get taxpayer provided assistance. The report looks at three big changes. Under President Trump that affect President Obama's keystone healthcare law. Those include association health plans for small businesses congressional repeal of fines for those who don't carry insurance and low cost short term health insurance that doesn't cover basic benefits like prescription drugs. Well, the father of a UMass Amherst student who went missing fifteen years ago believes he knows where to find his daughter's body WBZ Sheri, small has more on this possible break in a cold case. He's been waiting fifteen years to get a dog in there in two thousand four twenty one year old UMass Amherst nursing student more Murray left school withdrew money from her Bank and drove north without telling anyone she crashed her car in woodville New Hampshire when police got on scene or car was there. But Murray was gone never seen again her father. Fred Murray has never stopped looking. He tells WBZ TV he thinks she's buried in the basement of a home near the accident scene where cadaver dogs picked up a scent. He wants to. Dig up the basement a human body dead body. It did the odds are I think that it's my daughter, but it's somebody then New Hampshire attorney general's office says that the area was searched in the past and nothing significant was discovered..

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Shady's Ben stadium became borough, south city, bullets champions every drive. But the championship was worth the wait. Boston. Comedian Lenny Clarke has been to six patriots Super Bowls. Adam ends lucky break was thanks to one of the wall. Birds. The Twenty-four-year-old Instagram star is known for his love of the patriots and outrageous videos, donning a mask. Donny an avid follower. Gifted him, his eight thousand dollar tickets. Of course, there were celebrations back here in Boston thousands of fans took to the streets after the wind from Kenmore square and over to Boston common. There were a couple of arrests by Boston police, but overall the festivities were well festive some fans scaling lampposts trees state police had areas they were patrolling and say they were orderly baking dough arrests no major incidents either. According to state police, and among the places they were watching the campus of UMass Amherst, no problems reported in the victory celebration there. Unlike last year when there were several arrests and injuries after the pats lost to the eagles. And so it is back on the boat for the goat. Yes. The fourteen week championship drought is over a duck boat victory. Parade is scheduled for the pats starting at eleven tomorrow. We'll have full details being announced later day. And you can hear about them here on WBZ. Of course, if you can't be near a radio. Download the iheart radio app. And coming up the man who helped seal the deal with an interception last night. Still can't believe it. We'll tell.

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"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"umass amherst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Does real fills ten to twenty below all day long, Laurie. All right, Carl Ericson, and we will be going to Carl Stevens on the roads in a moment. But this just into the newsroom tonight. At UMass Amherst. They've lost power on what's going to be one of the coldest nights. Possibly on record. The school says they're actively working to restore the power in the southwest residential area. But they say this outage is affecting heat and lighting for students living there again, this is UMass Amherst the school calf lost power, but they're providing students with cold food tonight or whiteout conditions make for a white knuckle ride, and that's happening right now. Karl Stevens is out on the north shore and joins us live Carl. Are you seeing these snow squalls where you are? Right now, we've gotten like lake effect snow. You heard from Carl Ericson indicates moving west to east right now in Cambridge right now, we're getting the precursor Reno it's coming, and it's the weirdest thing Laurie. I was driving in Boston an hour before sunset. There was nothing, but blue sky above me, but out in the west, you could see these dark clouds, and that's what brought these snow squalls moving west to east, and as you heard Carl Ericson indicate they're not going to last very long. But when they're out of here, and when we wake up in the morning, it's going to be winter time from Linton Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. All right, Carl. Thank you. Take it easy out there. High wind warnings out there tonight also making it feel as if it's twenty to thirty below zero the pine street in in Boston is worried about the homeless and they're doing something about it. We'll be asking the police the MTA is to do wellbeing checks along with our street outreach team. You know, if we have to we'll we'll go the we have to force you in route we help you don't have to do that. But if we really think somebody's at danger, we will do that pine street in president Linda Downey says at the very least they wanna make sure that everyone has a fighting chance to stay warm. We're handing out bags with, hats, and gloves and some goodies for people. There is one weather related fatality in Massachusetts to report tonight as sixty four year old eastern man was killed today. Changing a tire he was struck by a snow plow.

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Do Kids Need to Nap?

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Do Kids Need to Nap?

"Study suggests what parents and caregivers have known for a long. Time if someone's, cranky they need a. Nap the sleep study by neuroscientists at UMass Amherst found naps and overnight sleep may work together to benefit early childhood memory and emotional. Processing we spoke to Dr Laura Curzio the lead author of the study Doing some kind of early processing of information kind of allowing that information to. To get kind of maybe a next level of of memory security and then overnight sleep. Can. Then, finish. The, process and that's different from what. We might seen adults where we in. Adults we can kind of last the whole day and still be, able to just use overnight lead to to process and to. Consolidate these memories Dr Curzio says the study found that naps averaging seventy minutes our ideal,

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Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma

24 hour News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma

"Average in the country and this panel of cities san francisco three seventy three and the low averages batch on rouge at two forty five tom foty cbs news about crash in new hampshire leaves two people dead and two others injured it happened saturday night on the piscataway river when a twenty four foot boston whaler struck a buoy throwing female passenger into the water she was found unconscious in the river and later died as did another female passenger boat operator and another passenger were hospitalized the crash is under investigation posthumous honors for a victim of last month's shooting at a waffle house in nashville cbs's elaine kitano has the story at belmont university in tennessee this weekend a grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma the ebony groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received diploma her son de ngelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor in other news now the worcester funeral home of graham putnam man mahoney is driving a hearse around the state to protest a takeover of mount ida college by umass amherst wbz's karyn regal spoke to the driver mon ida college has one of two mortuary science programs in the state the other is not at umass that's not the only reason graham putnam in whitney is driving around this hearse with lettering saying umass amherst berries mount ida college students and students are our future question mark on the back stephen lunches driving these are not thousand dollar programs we're talking tens fifteen twenty thirty thousand utah's about life affect how you gonna do that to a family just walk away that's not right the funeral home says it's mount ida students who have nowhere to continue their studies in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty pulitzer prize winning historian edwin boroughs has died boroughs and co author mike wallace spent twenty years writing gotham a history of new york city to eighteen ninety eight an epic overview of the city's early days it won the pulitzer for history in nineteen ninety nine edwin boroughs was.

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Assault weapons ban doesn't violate 2nd Amendment, judge says

Overnight Talk

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Assault weapons ban doesn't violate 2nd Amendment, judge says

"Thirty our top local story attorney general maura healey is pleased boston federal court judge has upheld the state's ban on assault weapons it's a win for massachusetts and it's a win for families across the state and across this country who are tired of the gun lobby trying to rewrite the rules jim wallace with a gun owners action league of massachusetts any attorney general can now on a whim changing entire interpretation of a law in turn it against you that's the scariest part of this decision a wareham man get six to eight years in state prison following his manslaughter conviction for an overdose that killed page lopes also of wareham stephen fox this is the first charge unconvicted in plymouth county for supplying a fatal overdose that caused a death da tim crews spoke with wbz tv to make people understand that you choose to sell these drugs and if somebody hurts her gets killed we're gonna we're gonna prosecute them umass buys the newton campus of mount ida college which is closing at the end of the semester umass amherst plans.

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Humans as old as 79 still generate new neurons, stirring new debate

Jeffrey Kuhner

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Humans as old as 79 still generate new neurons, stirring new debate

"It's one o'clock change in higher ed good afternoon the midnight anders bjork your news from newton mount ida college is announcing today that it will close at the end of the school year umass amherst will take over the mount ida campus and current students at mile dodig and head to umass dartmouth to finish their course work beginning with the fall semester maladot is presidents indicates in a letter to students that growing financial difficulties for small colleges nationwide was the reason for the closure in agreement with umass and chief white house economist larry cudlow says there's no trade war taking place with china hopefully this will have a very happy and i'm still optimistic by the way that the chinese recognize that the rest of the world is on our size he insisted that china must agree to a level playing field on trade amid a back and forth on tariffs he said the president has declared enough is enough and argued that it's all about growing the american economy and scientists now think they might be learning why our brain performance declines with age lisa carter has that story many years it was thought the brain didn't produce new cells leading to declines in everything from memory to reasoning at language but now researchers at columbia university of found older people have just as many new brain cells for memory younger people but there's less blood flowing to those new cells in other words newer cells aren't as active in older brains the researchers say older people can stimulate those newer sells through exercise and being intellectually engaged and let's check traffic now with dave gardner okay on the pike from the pru tunnel out to four ninety five and back no big delays on the expressway between the o'neill tunnel and the braintree split in both directions the lower deck is fine the leverett ramp should busy but more than just a bit sluggish at times in and out of leverage circle on storrow drive but not too bad yup lorenzo one twenty eight hundred okay roadwork on ninety five southbound before to ninety five and attleborough some delays there route three is okay through the south shore get traffic and weather whenever at w r k o dot com.

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