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Oscar Valdez Allowed To Fight Despite Testing Positive For Banned Substance
"Got some serious business to discuss with the wbz basically allowing oscar valdez to go forward with this fight after a blatant violation. Not even show where we begin with this if you have a problem with some of the substances on the list that time to get those substances removed as before you're fighter test positive for them not after the fact and then allow them to fight anyway. Oscar valdez convicted of having some kind of stimulant of banned stimulant in his system. Which if you're struggling to make weight and now you can make it a little bit easier on yourself while your opponent kills himself to make weight. That's a huge advantage. No gray area about it. Diane to hear your take on this but bad bad. Look for the wbz to let this fight. Continue to go on as scheduled. I don't lean collapsed. When did they have a good look. Really i mean when when does this Become all news because it is old news with one thing or another with these organizations. This time it happens to be the wbz but does it matter. Which is what it is that useless. I mean except not to take money from the fighters in all. They know how to take those sanctions. She said that they're damn good. That believe me there would be. There would be no banned substance that would keep them from taking those action and that that wouldn't happen
Massachusetts Gaming Commission Mandates Vaccines for Employees
"Are rolling up again at another state agency, WBC's Carl Stevens, explains. State Gaming Commission executive director Karen Well says, given the evidence concerning the safety of the covid vaccines and the fact that there needed to stop the spread of the virus Commission requirement is in order. I am recommending that we go with the executive branch and says something about the attorney general's branches policy to acquire fascinations of employee expected Massachusetts Gaming Commission. The commission approved it unanimously giving commission employees until September 9th to either show proof of vaccination or to get one scheduled. Then they have to get the shot by October 27th. The commission, which met remotely also voted to fully reopen its downtown Boston office on Federal Street on November 1st.
Worcester, MA Mandates Vaccines for City Workers
"The latest mandate vaccines well, all 7300 city workers WBC John Bay back is in the Worcester bureau city manager at Augusta says the vaccination policy is currently being drafted. It will be announced in the very near future city manager says It's the right time for the vaccine mandate. As the Pfizer vaccine has received full approval from the FDA U Mass Memorial Health Center in Worcester is requiring all of its employees to be vaccinated by the end of the fall Oyster trying to Clampdown is spiking and the numbers of coronavirus cases marked in part by the highly contagious, built a variant in the Worcester
Naomi Osaka Gets Tearful in First Press Conference for Almost Three Months
"Her first comments since the Summer Olympics in Tokyo tennis star Naomi Osaka found herself overcome with emotion, talking about her struggles with mental health and her family's ties to Haiti. WBZ Easter Mulholland has more. This was an emotionally charged 10 Minutes in Ohio, Naomi Osaka had already announced shall be donating her winnings from the Western and Southern Open to Haiti relief. I feel like I'm not really doing that much like the prize money thing. It's sort of like the first thing that I thought of that. Could do and she got emotional during that answer, and it really started moments before that, with questions regarding her mental health. You remember she withdrew from the French Open because she didn't want to participate in news conferences. I wasn't really proud. I felt like it was something I needed to do for myself. I was a little bit embarrassed to go out because I didn't know if people are looking at me in a different way. Osaka says The Olympics was actually an eye opener with other athletes telling her thank you for speaking up. As for American gymnast Simone Biles Osaka says she sent her a message but also wanted Give her space Drew Mulholland WBC Boston's news radio, This WBZ
Spirit Airlines Cancels More Than Half of Scheduled Flights
"Today, thanks to the hundreds of cancellations by Spirit Airlines WBC's James Rojas with the UPDATE. Since Sunday, Spirit has canceled 60% of its flights well over 400 today, Logan five out of 10 flights for the airline cancelled as well. In addition to staffing shortages, spirit is also dealing with Mother Nature's bad weather. And system outages, A spirit spokesperson says they're refunding and canceling other flights for travelers as they work to reset operations. Also, today, the state announcing anybody
Iowa Summer Camp Sends Campers Home Early
"Camp in New Hampshire abruptly shuts down and sends the kids home. WBC's art Cohen reports after just six days, parents whose Children were at Camp Quinta Barge in molten borrow New Hampshire were told to come and pick up their kids. Camp, officials said Delays in food shipments made it impossible to keep the camp open. But some parents told the Boston Globe that there were other problems, including hiring counselors just days before camp opened, who had little training. And some of the campers said meals were served multiple times on dirty dishes. Executive director Erik Karlsson blamed the problems on staffing and supply chain issues.
Boston College Helped Football Player Who Refused to Get COVID-19 Vaccine Transfer
"Football player is on the move. And WBC stream. A. Holland tells us it's all because he refused to get a covid shot. The whole Boston College football team has already vaccinated coaching staff to NBC as a school has instituted mandatory vaccinations starting this fall. But we've learned that one football player was saying no to the vaccine, and now BC head coach Jeff Hafley says they have helped that student find another school. Yep, already transferred out Coach happily saying, this is pretty cut and dry. It's a school rule. You don't get vaccinated. You don't get to stay at the heights. Drew
Child Tax Credit 2021: Payments to Be Disbursed Starting July 15
"Government in a partial advance on the annual child tax credit, Let's find out more half of the child tax credit families would have gotten next year when they file their taxes will begin showing up as early as Thursday in monthly payments. It's estimated that this could cut child poverty in the United States near The amounts have been raised somewhere between 1600 to 1000, depending on the age of your child that works out to $300 a month for each child under 6 $250 a month for each child age 6 to 17 monthly through the end of the year. The remainder will become available when you file your taxes or claim your credit at the end of the tax year. Neighborhood villages is a nonprofit advocating for child care policy reform. Lauren Kennedy is co president. These expenses don't get all lump. Together at the end of the year. What if you have a hospital bill that you weren't expecting the cost of childcare keeps going up and up. Certainly, this will help make it more affordable to raise a child. Sherry Small WBC Boston's NewsRadio, Massachusetts
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"WBC Tony Katz. The morning news, Richard Branson went to space. He is the first of the rich people to be in space Jesus on his way Other people going Really weird. This is very odd as as a story. I know they're going to eventually sell spaceflight to those who can afford it For every day. I think it's like 50 something million dollars to go to space. I do want to play some of this audio, though This was put out by Richard Branson and his company. Um, I have several thoughts on the audio. I'm about to play, including this anchor lady who is not excited enough that people have gone to space. I don't know why this is a nonchalant thing for her. I would be quite a bit different if I were asked to anchor part of this, and then he got Branson. From his ship talking about being in space and again, I hear just let's listen to the audio first, then we'll weigh in more 321 release release release. Clean release, ignition and 60 seconds. And that is a fold aeration burn, folks. We are headed to space and the passengers in the back how to get not excited enough. That is not enough Excitement have been cleared to unstrap. We reached apogee. 282,000 ft, So all your kids down there. I was ones that child with a dream looking up to the stars now. I mean, I don't in a spaceship looking down to a beautiful, beautiful head for the next generation of dreamers. If we can do this, just in my jersey what you can do, I don't get Any of this to be. We went to space. We did that. A while ago. We went all the way to the moon. I thought that was very inspiring. I thought that was very uplifting. Now for rich guys to go to space. It just it feels different. I don't know. Maybe I can ask Matt Allison if they were motivated by hearing Branson in space, And if that makes the dreamers want to get up and do more, you know, inspiring and encouraging things. Anybody motivated by that audio. I mean, how can you not be? It's so moving. Honestly, Branson made it. He sounds like he's just like in shock, and he's just like trying to, like, put some inspirational thing together, and he just came right. Which I get I get. I get that too. I just What I think is so interesting is he was like barely in space for a little bit of time, but it's still a ridiculously, I guess valuable achievement to some. It's just so odd that this this race occurred between him and Bezoza. Now Bezos's going their second. Do you think that he'll be more disappointed whenever Bezos gets up there? Um I don't know. Depends on the speech he gets, right, right? Yeah, it depends on how moving how motivating that can be. According to so many, you know, I have to touch on something to that. Our news department is reported on today that John is talking about a bit the expensive video game. The most expensive video game ever sold. $1.5 million. Resealed copy of the 1996 Super Mario 64 a video game. I don't understand how this happened. I don't I don't know if why I messed it up myself because I had this video game. Why I didn't leave it sealed. Why is it worth 1.6 million bucks? And what does it say about video games? In general, that you can make this much money off of one that nobody ever plays, I guess. Well, I know I give a nostalgia part. I'm sure people or, you know, you know, but I can't imagine you spend $1 million and then you probably don't even play it. Right. It's not sealed. I mean, it's not used opened. It would be awesome for that person to crack it open, though, to buy it just immediately ruin the value of it. I would be tremendously if they did that in space. If Bezoza could buy this, go to space and open it there, that might be the most wonderful thing I've ever seen on television. That would be something. Yeah, that would. It would be incredible Influencers have also claimed that they are going to there's an influencer that claims she got banned from an airplane because of an outfit she had. She was told that this outfit would disturb families. She's 26 years old. What I thought was interesting about this story is how often we're seeing this hit the news. Now it actually is happening a lot in Disney world. And Disney Land to Tick tock. Influencers specifically, are going there in order to get free stuff I did see will give you a free shirt. If you show up, they're not really dressed, I guess appropriately for the theme park. I'm kind of wondering, And this this woman she's wearing short shorts and it and it tanked up. I'm kind of wondering if people are doing this on purpose. If this is the latest way to go viral on social media just claim that your outfit got you banned from something, and I don't know if it's appropriate to say this on the radio, But for 93 w I b. C. Maybe I do this. Maybe I do this to bring some cred to our social media accounts. Maybe I get panned. We're trying to show up somewhere with an outfit that's inappropriate. What do we feel? How do we feel about that? Alison, I probably would never come back. I assume. Oh, yeah. I mean, you could rocket bro tank and see what happens. Yes, I'm sure. Hammer, Nigel. Done worse. Have they? Okay. Well, maybe hammer, Nigel, go with them. Maybe all three of us show up in bro tanks somewhere and just hope to all get all get kicked out that it seems to be the goal and again, this influencer not dressed as provocatively. As I think some who've been kicked out to other things, but it's just social Media is an odd, odd place, and certainly the world of Tic Tacs specifically, is an odd place. But what it takes to go viral invent a candy like a cynical that's just a pickle and a Snickers bar together or show up somewhere inappropriately dressed and hope for the best. Another airplane story. I guess this is now airplane news for just a second. Someone got duct taped to a seat on an airplane for trying to open the door that door that, you know, escape hatch. Um, a lot of people in social media weighed in on the idea that you duct tape a woman to a You a seat. I don't hate this happening. I'm not saying that it should happen more. But if someone's going crazy if someone's you know, trying to endanger the lives of everybody on the aircraft. And you got the duct tape handy. Maybe this is a good middle solution to getting in more fights on airplanes. I'm not sure. Yeah, I mean, what would I mean? What would you do, Because you have to restrain them. And it's not like you have right. Any security on board. Correct. Yeah, Yeah, there's I don't think you want to leave a flight attendant sitting there the whole time trying to restrain them. I know that a lot of people had feelings about the duct tape world. But this might also discourage those from going crazy on the airplanes going crazy on any sort of, you know, transportation because that has to be the most stressful experience. Everybody else in the flight that they've had in a long time. And I know that we've dealt with a lot but to have somebody going nuts and trying to open the escape hatch like, Yeah, everybody on that flight probably supported the idea. Let's duct tape this human down immediately, and just hope for the best one other quick thing to and I know we've got to take a break for some traffic. A chick tac couple. Claims that they can taste Zodiac signs. Words and one of them actually claims she can taste Taylor Swift music before I tell you any of the things that they've tasted before, how would you feel if you were given the ability and I don't believe they have this? By the way to taste things like Taylor Swift music? I know you're a big fan, Allison. Oh, yeah. I mean, I'm sure would taste really sweet. Really Good, right? Really Delicious. Wonderful. Emotionally, you know, very just she should be right to the point. They're tasting all kinds of things. The latest trend is the tapes taste. I said the Zodiac signs, and I guess several of them are quite delicious. I don't believe any of this. By the way. I think this is complete crap. I think they're lying. But they're also viral, which shows you the power of the Internet. So many odd ways. I think it's time for some traffic.
Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder Postponed After Fury Tests Positive for COVID-19
"Boxing rematch is headed headed to to the the ring. ring. In In October. October. ESPN ESPN reports reports that that the the new new target target date date for for Tyson Tyson Fury Fury and and Deontay Deontay Wilder. Wilder. The The fight fight was was supposed supposed to to happen happen in in two two weeks weeks but but had had to to be be postponed postponed due due to to a a covid covid outbreak, outbreak, furious furious among among several several in in his his gym gym who who tested tested positive positive after after getting getting a a source source vaccination vaccination shot, shot, but but not not the the second, second, you'll you'll be be defending defending the the WBC WBC heavyweight heavyweight championship. championship. The scripts National
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"Report. Around the city Soldiers field road eastbound, jammed or work through in the right lane by the BU Bridge. David stuff Alino WBZ traffic on the threes. We've still got the rain around will be dealing with that for the majority of the weekend, although it will be in varying in 10 cities tonight, just a couple of showers or two. There could be a heavier bursts of rain in a couple of spots tomorrow. Some showers. Some downpours, though. In a few areas with temperatures in the low to mid sixties showers. Tomorrow night temperatures 55 to 60. It gets a little better on Sunday. We will actually have a few breaks of sunshine, though we can't rule out a couple of showers. Temperatures 65 to 70 and then sun and clouds on Monday with temperatures near 80 live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 5 15, A bright man accused of stabbing a rabbi outside a Jewish school was arraigned in court today. Khalid Awad will have a dangerousness hearing on July 8th. Major League Baseball, putting Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer on administrative leave amid sexual assault allegations. Officials in Florida concerned about Hurricane Nelson that it make it in the way of searching efforts in that deadly condo collapsed. 20 people are confirmed at 128 Missing Massachusetts reporting 79 new covid cases. With a positivity rate seven day average. Some 70.38% was one newly confirmed death Today. The Boston Pops getting ready for the fourth of July. WBC's Mike Macklin checked out their rehearsal earlier today. For the first time in more than a year. The familiar strains of the 18 12 Overture.
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"And the WBC news radio Traffic copter A route one Dorton riding the brakes from Revere into Saugus, David Stuff, Alino WBZ traffic on the Threes. We've had some pretty nice weather today, up into the mid to upper seventies and we'll keep the decent weather around, at least for a while as we head into the evening, so not a bad night to sneak out. Take a walk at some dinner. Whatever you're gonna do later on, it'll go downhill, some drizzle shower late late tonight. Some fog develops along the coast. Temperatures dropped to about 60 on the shore of mid fifties inland. It will be a dreary start to your Friday which some Sprinkles in a shower. But eventually the cloud should break for some sunshine in the afternoon 75 to 80 and then turn up the humidity for the weekend will be muggy with temperatures 85 or so on Saturday, 90 or so on Sunday, a little cooler both days at the shore live. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 5 45, the state Department of Public Health, reporting his 78 new covid cases in Massachusetts today, there were just over 32,000 new Test four newly confirmed deaths. President Biden announcing he has reached a deal with lawmakers on a nearly $1 trillion infrastructure package. It's only part of the deal with all three major hospital systems in Massachusetts announced they will require employees to get vaccinated against Covid 19. And President Biden says the federal government prepared to send resources immediately if need be, after part of a condo building collapsed near Miami, Florida, At least one person's nearly 100 are still on accounted for. Boston Mayor Kim Jamie says she supports the state Department of Conservation and Recreation as it cracks down on rowdiness at Carson Beach. We get more from WBC's Karen.
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"Kaufman, WBC Boston's news radio. 1 43. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, Kevin not so fun on the expressway. Indeed, it's not at all we are locked up here. In fact, the delays on 93 South begin here off the lower deck over the say, Come bridge through the O Neill tunnel getting by a left leg crash inside the tunnel by Purchase Street. Stays heavy on the South beyond Expressway all the way down through Savin Hill. Now, this is all from an earlier North beach crash that just cleared moments ago by Morrissey Boulevard, and we're still looking at delays northbound here from just before East Milton Square up through NEPAD's it from that earlier crash Now, Route three southbound slowdowns getting into that Derby Street lane drop. Then you got about a two mile backup approaching the serious crash going on here. After the Plimoth Plantation Highway last checked, at least just the left lane was being block. But this has North beyond curiosity. Delays right back to Clark Road here in Plymouth, Route six. Westbound a tough go almost three miles to stop and go traffic, trying to get over the Sagamore Bridge and heading off Cape Most of that volume from an earlier crash. We had 95 North, Um, slowdowns approaching workers here at Neponset Street in Norwood. And up in Littleton, 4 95 southbound jam for 1 19 down the right lane crash at route to this report Sponsored by Dairy queen Hey, D Q fans, The Girl Scout Thin Mints. Blizzard is here. The Girl Scout cookies You love meat, Cool mint and world famous soft serve blended together in this chocolatey minty masterpiece. Grab it today only at.
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"That led to a turnover and the winning goal from Islander Casey Cizikas. Boston fell 43 and OT with Game three looming in New York Thursday. Coach certainly played well enough to win. Pushback had a tough second period into enough things. Well, good start to the game, But here we are. It's 11. You know, they're good Hockey Club. We certainly didn't expect it to be easy, so we'll move on from this. Take the good work on the bed and get ready for Game three. Up there. Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Charlie Coyle scored for the bees to grass stopped 35 shots. Celtics in Brooklyn tonight for perhaps their final game of the year. Nets lead their first round playoff 31 and the Seas again Expect to be missing. Kemba Walker and Robert Williams Red Sox 11 1 losers in Houston to begin their set and water Rodriguezes. Four after allowing six runs yesterday and 19 over those four defeats. Serious continues tonight. Adam Kaufman, WBC Boston's news radio, All right, It's a 43. What's going on on your drive to work? We're about to find out basement technology sponsors. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Laurie, what you got. Oh, hello, Laurie. Right. Goodbye, Lori. We're gonna check in on the forecast right now. We do have some sunshine in the cards for us. Today is high temperatures eventually get up to about 80 degrees 62 right now, here in Boston. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. If you've ever had water in your.
Jan. 6 Commission Fails in Senate Following GOP Opposition
"Will check that dinner time forecast in two minutes. This just into the WBC news from again this hour. Republicans in the Senate have just blocked a bill that would have created a 9 11 style commission to study the January Capitol attack. The motion fails on the Senate floor minutes ago. Now the final tally was 54 votes in favor. But this legislation would have needed 60 votes to pass to avoid a filibuster. This is the first successful filibuster in the U. S Senate this year, but again D away dead on arrival. Republicans. Not there. Ah, handful did support this bill.
Construction Worker Killed in Newton, Mass. by Collapsed Concrete Wall
"Accident this morning in Newton. One worker killed We get details from WBC's James RoHaas. It was in the backyard of this house that's under construction, where the concrete wall came crashing down, leading to one person being killed. Doing the fire chief Gino Lucchetti says It was just before eight o'clock when they got the call here on Winchester Street. We started out rescue operations into our rescue operations. We realized I had a certain time that the person under the wall was not viable and it turned into a recovery operation. The street was closed for hours as the Fire department police and OSHA investigated. It's not clear what caused the wall to collapse.
FDA, CDC Lift Pause on J&J Covid Vaccinations
"Following the FDA and CDC decision to lift the pause and resume use of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. Health officials in the state say all providers are being notified. They may resume administration of the single shot vaccine effective immediately. Here's WBC TVs Christina Rex, that pause did not have a major impact on Massachusetts vaccination efforts. Out of 2.23 million people fully vaccinated here on Lee 204,000 have gotten Johnson and Johnson Jersey still out there. Still, people out in about aren't sure they trust the single dose vaccine doesn't apply to me because I already got fries, all right. But like emotionally speaking, if I didn't get it, and I was supposed to get it at me, opt out and try to get something else. But local doctors say the investigation should increase confidence in the system and emphasize the J and J shot greatly benefits vulnerable communities with limited access to vaccines. These people that most benefit from a single dose vaccine from a van that could drive around from an outreach group that can get to places the other places aren't going to get it to those groups of people we really need to get to, and I think the Johnson Johnson vaccine doesn't matter. Simply facilitate vaccinating those kinds of populations. Latest figures from the state Department of Public Health Show more than 1400 newly confirmed coronavirus cases 13 new deaths 644 people hospitalized 156 in the ICU and a seven day average positivity rate of just over 2%.
Protesters in Boston denounce anti-Asian racism
"No justice, no peace. More than 100. People marched from Peter's Park in Boston to Chinatown and his WBC Suzanne Sauce. Full reports The out of the Orient March for Asian futures called for an end to white supremacy today. Is not the only day that we're going to resist, right. We're going to resist until we get demanded that they're calling on state legislators to doom or during the covert 19 recovery period to make sure by park families have homes and jobs. Caroline Chu was with the Asian American Resource Workshop. That is how we fight back against violence. We build stable, thriving communities. Our people do that in the face of so much, and we need the system to step up and give us our basic needs. Hey, the people way the people Asian coalition, Emma organized the march moving forward. They hope to create a mutual aid network called the Peace Walk Program, where volunteers walk Asians and other people of color home from places like train stations to help keep them safe from racist violence.
Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack
"Continue to pour in for rap icon and Westchester resident DMX. Who died at the age of 50 on Friday. Here's WBC surly Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children.
DMX, rapper and actor, dies at 50
"And Mount Vernon native DMX has died at the age of 50 years. WBC Sara Lee Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital today after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children. I'm Sara Lee Kessler
Boston Man Convicted Of Police Bombing Asks For Compassionate Release
"Officer officer and and the the severe severe wounding wounding of of another another asks asks for for a a compassionate compassionate release. release. WBC's WBC's Karen Karen Regal Regal says says it's it's because because of of covert covert concerns. concerns. Attorneys Attorneys for for the the now now 64 64 year year old old Alford Alford strangler strangler say say their their client client convicted of building the bomb that Killed Officer Jeremiah Hurley and severely wounded his partner Francis fully should be released because his heart issues make him more of a covert risk. Strangler did refuse the vaccine while in prison. His attorneys say their client was worried about how that would affect his heart. His attorneys also argue he has served more than enough trying for the crime of which he was convicted. But Hurley's daughter, Leanne, TN, herself, a Boston police officer. Well, the judge of a man who loved his job in his family officer fully son, Frank, a Boston firefighter, told the court of a severely wounded man with PTSD, he said of this compassionate release request. Alford Strangler chose his fate. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. More
Boston's USS Constitution Museum Reopens To The Public
"We get more on that from WBC TV's NIC MX. The USS Constitution Museum is now reopened to the public, and it just happens to fall on the 45th anniversary of its opening. Celebratory cannon fire to mark the re opening of a Freedom trail staple. There is no better attraction here on the Freedom Caroline in the city of Boston. The U. S s constitution is welcoming back guests once again after a difficult 2020 pandemic Safety precautions kept guests off Old Ironsides and out of the museum, where people young and old can learn about the rich history of the USS Constitution Museum is open Thursday through Sunday. 10 a.m. To five p.m. 4 51 traffic and weather together up
Ex-Northeastern Coach Solicited Nude Photos From Students
"Northeastern track and field coach, is under arrest in Chicago. WBC's Karen Regal tells us he's accused of tricking students into sending him compromising pictures. Former Northeastern track and field coach Steve Wait was picked up in Chicago, accused of using fake social media accounts to try and get female students to send him nude or partially nude photos themselves. Here's how the feds say the scheme worked with would reach out to students allegedly starting at Northeastern and say he had seen such pictures online and offered to help get those pictures off line. He said he needed similar pictures for a reverse image search at Northeastern and other institutions He allegedly used fake Internet handles like privacy protector. Federal investigators also allege he cyber stalked one Northeastern student athlete. Court paperwork reveals wife allegedly searched online for answers to questions like Can anyone trace my fake instagram account back to
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"5 13 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. My king you brought to us by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Thank you, sir. Will start up to the north here. Ben 1 28 North sounds a lot better than it was you've got nor, nor found a little stop and go getting by 93 in Woburn. But you know, that could be typical this time of the day. Now, South bound is a bit slow coming out of that Danvers Peabody stretch, but Overall, not so bad. 93 north, much better coming out of the city. Now, the upper decks all clear Now, as you work your way up through Somerville in Medford, now 1, 93, South and Wilmington, The right lane is taken at route 1 25 is a crash cleanup slash bridge inspection continues there get just a slight back up there. If anything, route one is clear up through Saugus and Lynnfield High above the mass Turnpike. Now we've got the WBC news radio traffic copter. Well, all is well out here in Weston at the bones. If you're on the westbound side of the turnpike, leaving town, no big issues out past read 16 of the hotel overpasses, mentor fact it'll take about 40 minutes to get out 2 to 90 and Oberyn. So that's not bad at all. Another 20 minutes if you're staying on out to 84 out, Mr Bridge Kristen acting, the WBC news radio traffic copter in the familiar stop and go on route to westbound out in Concord out towards the rotary and usual delays on to 90 West through downtown coming down past Route nine. Let's see to the South we go the expressway south, crawling outside of the tunnel to self A and then Furnace Brook Parkway to the split 16 minutes. Top to bottom isn't bad at all. North bounds Find for those coming in room three south you slow coming out of Braintree. That's about it. And now routes 24 95 south of both clear coming down from 93 miking. WBC's traffic on the threes window world of Boston is the choice to make to save on energy bills every season, beautify your home. With award winning windows, doors, siding and roofing and guaranteed everyday affordable prices. Visit Window World of Boston Calm Now that's window world of boston dot com. Increasing clouds Tonight temperatures fall back into the teens, clouds and breaks of sun. For tomorrow There will be a few flurries, especially early and especially over the south coast in Cape Temperatures tomorrow about 32 patchy clouds tomorrow night. Very cold. Single digits in many of the inland suburbs about 13 downtown clouds and sun on Friday, mid twenties, some clouds on Saturday in the upper twenties and the chance of snow as we head into Sunday Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Yeah..
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"Antonelli WBZ Boston's news radio, 5, 43 traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, a few trouble spots to speak of now, Mike Well, we started out so well here, Ben you the volume is a lot lighter than usual for a Wednesday afternoon. But, yeah, troubles troubles on the expressway North bound and know what you want to hear. But it is crawling Furnace Brook Parkway off through East Milton. Well over a mile. It's a crash shortly after Adam straight or you could say just before that East Milton Square overpass. I believe only one lane is squeezing by there. Now the worst of the South bound side mass have to self bay, otherwise, not so bad on the South bound side elsewhere, Things are good with Ruth, three on the South Shore route 24 that bottom into 1 28. It's good. What's not good, The upper end of 1 28. Let's check in with the WBC news radio traffic copter. No, certainly not with a new crash that came in here. 1 28 North bound up in Woburn, Grateful for Washington Street had been over in the breakdown lane couple vehicles involved. They're flashing lights as well. That never helps. I'll never helps the traffic helps the people of the crash, not get get. Anyway. Both vehicles have been taken away, so this thing is clear. But we've still got a little bit of a backup from just after Reed 38 up toward Washington Street. We'll wait for that to sort itself out. Christian AC and the WBC news, radio traffic copter Nice and quiet. Elsewhere, Rue. One is wide open off the Tobin Bridge all the way past Lyn Phil's Parkway and beyond Roots three and 93 north of both clear up to the New Hampshire line. The mass Turnpike is good. I've got 30 minutes from the Pru Tunnel out to Route nine and Framingham and easy ride there. The outer edge of 4 90 five's in good shape as well. My king WBC's traffic on the threes cloudiness. Tonight They'll be a couple of snow showers around, especially near the coast, where there could be some ocean effect snows and maybe even a fresh covering in a few spots. Temperatures overnight in the upper twenties,.
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"There. But when it's a pretty light storm like this, you think you can kind of whip around you doing okay? But you really, really can't. It's really very slippery. As a lorry. Kirby was saying, You tried to stop at a stop light and to keep going through it very, very dangerous conditions out there and you don't want to be sitting on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck out there. Now we have a crash in box for it's still in the process of being clear. This is 95 North and by Endicott Road, Okay, The two left hand lanes are blocked there as they're clearing this we'll some guy or girl tries to get by passing on the left hand side. And causes another crash there. Almost taken out one of the vans on the scene, trying to help out that situation, So you want to take it easy out there. Don't do any kind of wild maneuvers like that. In fact, let's check out the situation on 93. We had a crash earlier. Let's check it out with Krista Neck and WBC news radio row report. Laurie Trouble It reared its ugly head in Somerville on 93 south down with a crash that happened right around mystic out. Here's the good news. They did get that out of there, So I've got all the travel lanes open again. At one point, things were really slow back beyond Medford Square, just about back to Roosevelt Circle, but it does look like things are clearing out pretty nicely. It does get heavy again, though down around Assembly Square down Near the entrance to the leverage down Wrap Christian Act and the WBC news radio road report. Coming in on the expressway continues to be a slow go there. It starts at granted Avenue and continues. Stop and go to Columbia Road continues to be a big problem there in Worcester this morning on to 90. It all started much much earlier this morning, westbound. With a jackknifed tractor trailer, taking up three lanes, just the far right hand lane squeezing by there, a fuel spill also involved with this right by route. 1 22 the eastbound side curiosity slowing down that ride as well. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the threes. You're working or learning from home. This is beautiful. Snow is falling. You probably got a fire in the fireplace coffee in your hand. If you're behind the wheel, though, pretty treacherous out there. The snow still flying. It's 29 degrees local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Some areas are reporting snow accumulations of more than five inches, especially in the central portion of the state and more to come with snow flurries and showers throughout the day today. Thanks for being with us this.
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"Discover something brighter. Having Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes calm now, But by dinner time tonight, we could be seeing some snow falling. We could see several inches of snow before tomorrow morning, and we have another weather update on that winter advisory coming up in 10 minutes with deemed of war, But again right now, it just cold weather. It's 31 degrees. Partly sunny in Boston. And again the forecast in 10 minutes from right now live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good Tuesday morning. Here are the five things you need to know. A 10 45 Today. Lawmakers in Washington prepare for former President Trump's second impeachment trial Love more on that in just a moment. Also a man is dead in a dick after a fire tears through a home on Longfellow Road Over nine. President Biden says anyone who wants to cove in 19 vaccine will be able to get of covert vaccine this spring. And fans and teammates and family members are honoring the life of Kobe Bryant today, one year after the fatal helicopter crash that killed nine people, including the MBA store, and his daughter, who was only 13 are back to Boston, where there is some good news developing right now for some businesses in the city that are closed because of the pandemic. We just got the news from Mayor Walsh in WBC's Carl Stevens reports after Mayor Wolf pointed out. That the virus numbers in the city, while still high are moving in the right direction. He announced that the city on Monday we'll move into phase three step one of the reopening process. The list includes indoor fitness centers and health clubs, including Jim's, using alternative spaces, movie theaters, aquarium museums. Indoor recreational athletic facilities, indoor recreational venues and with the potential for low use con lo contact use like batting cages, driving ranges, bowling alleys and rock climbing..
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"Pump geeks dot com. 23 on the lookout for brake lights this morning we check in with Lori Grandi. It's a look at the Subaru retailers help New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. All right, first off there in Quincy, Jeff, we had that crash that scene that's continuing to be investigated involving a pedestrian earlier, Beale Street. Is closed off in either direction between Chapman Street and Hancock Streets will keep that in mind that continues to be closed off. They're also the expressway north and still a sluggish pocket there between Savin Hill and Southampton Street, the South bound side been dealing with the solar glare. Right sunshine slowing the ride between the furnace Brook Parkway in the split in Braintree, Check out the downtown now with Chris Neck in the WBC news, radio traffic copter. Laurie, We had a problem of run story, Dr West. It was a medical emergency right near the Longfellow Bridge and the off ramp to Charles Street That has been taken care of them, assuming they've been taken right into mass general, which is right there. So things Air open again. But the lever down ramp is taking the hit for this. It is jammed and end trying to get on Storrow Drive. Now, the inbound Tobin blueprint is also slow, so it's gonna take a little well for all of that to ease out again. Kristina on the WBC news radio Traffic copter 95 North Bank continues to be sluggish from the pontiff's street getting onto 93 work crews have set up once again today on route to the sun, right by Jackson Road in Devon's on the westbound side, So just keep that in mind and two major roadways in New Hampshire closed right now, first off the every Turnpike, North bound traffic being detoured off. At Bedford Road due to a crash there and Merrimack to Hampshire and in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 95. North bound traffic is being detoured off at the Spaulding Turnpike because of a crash on that rap. Laurie granted the BBC's traffic on the three an interesting weekend. As far as the weather is concerned, we check the four day WBZ AKI Weather forecast Here's meteorologist in DeVore. It is going to be a dry weekend..
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"Ruwan, eh? Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the three Kevin So we have a nice morning little bit of spritzing earlier. It's pretty chilly out there. Looking at the winds right now is curious because I thought I felt pretty windy, especially along the coastal area. Windsor from the West northwest at around 12 Miles an hour on average, Justin just enough to make it feel a little bit colder than it is, And that's the story for the day. Our high will be 40. We're not there yet. I don't see that anywhere yet where the high thirties But it's never really going to feel like it's 40 degrees. And then here comes a little piece of energy. Thank you, New York. Bringing some snow showers. That could be a little bit intense at times for the afternoon commute. So you do want to listen to the forecast, especially if you're traveling and we will let you know we'll look at the Doppler radar for you and the like, and we'll have Whether every 10 minutes tonight breezy and cold, and then tomorrow pretty much like today again. We're looking at some snow flurries now upping in intensity. Heavier snow can't be ruled out, not in accumulating snow, necessarily, but enough that could cause some tricky driving Thursday again, we'll see that sunshine but then the chance of those heavier snow bands In the afternoon. Friday looks dry Nona's chili with sunshine and some clouds. This is more typical for meteorological winter. The temperatures this week and again in Boston right now, we're right at the freezing mark at 32 degrees, and we have some breaking news. This just in to the WBC news from it may not be a surprise, but it certainly will be a big disappointment for a lot of people in the city. The 2021.
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"Could the WBC news radio traffic copter? All right. Thanks, Kristen route to East down. The off ramp is still closed off there in Lexington. It's several to eastbound at exit 56, which is Winter Street eastbound, so watch out as they clear crash on that rap. The rap is closed. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three looks like we're finally going to get a chance to see some sunshine today. Let's take a better look at this with the four day WBC AKI Weather Forecast meteorologist Dean DeVore. Good morning, Dean. Good morning, Jeff. Here, the situation is that storm is still spinning off to the East. There still Wholesome. I'm seeing a little bit of flurry activity up along the New Hampshire coast that may drop down close to the coast. Here, maybe a heavier rain or snow shower. That's mainly this morning. On some sneaky slick spots out there but then breezy and cold, limited son, especially inland spots. I think one of the best shot had seen the brakes of sun today than the high getting up to near 40 partly to mostly cloudy Upper twenties tonight and then. More sunshine of times tomorrow. Friday looks pretty sunny and then over the weekend, some decent sunshine Now tomorrow, back up in the low forties with a gusty wind that keeps real fields in the twenties and thirties. The temperatures stay in the thirties. But with some sunshine that cold where will be easier to take here is we go into the weekend as we stay dry. I'm thank you better beat around Houston and aboard WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Actually cloudy in Boston 31 degrees south the door this morning. Good morning. 6 26 look at New England business Now Brigham and Women's Hospital is gonna be looking for a new leader beginning today after long time President Dr Betsy Annabelle. Announces she's.
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"Audible originals, audio books and now podcast, go to audible dot com. Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes and take a look at the four day forecast. It is turning out mainly cloudy the rest of today. Chile Not as windy this afternoon high within a few degrees of 40 cloudy tonight, down to 28 probably going to be a bit warmer for the city, slowly rising into the forties near the coast up to 45 tomorrow, some rain around in the morning then mainly cloudy up to 45. That night's New Year's Eve. Look pretty dry out if you're going outside Friday. New Year's Day Not so much sun giving way to clouds High 35 40 The evening of Friday is where the problems are gonna head. Rain arriving could be mixed with some snow and sleet at the start watching for icy spots. Temperatures fall to near below freezing and the rising temperatures overnight. Looking ahead to the weekend, still damp Saturday morning mainly cloudy and milder in the afternoon high 45 It's 30 degrees in Boston. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. I'm Madison Rodgers. Here. The five things you need to know. Direct payments could be hitting American bank accounts as early as today as covert 19 stimulus checks began rolling out highly infectious strain of covert 19 that's been circulating in the U. K has now been detected in Colorado. 16 people Dead 60 injured after an explosion at an airport in Yemen today..
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"WBC's Carl Stevens. The number that pops out in the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health is the seven day positivity rate it's above 7.5%. That's high compared to what we have been seen. There are more than 3600 newly reported cases, but the number of estimated active cases went down by a couple 1000. It's above 78,000. There are 2259 covert patients in hospitals across the state. That number went up hospitals across the state, by the way, are now at 84% of capacity. There are 58 newly reported deaths, bringing that total to 11,958. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. It's now 806 1st responders are expected to start receiving vaccines in the middle of January. However, some firefighters are saying That it is not soon enough. We get more details from WBZ TV is Christina Rex illustration from Massachusetts firefighters and say they don't know when or how they'll get the cove in 19 vaccine. We're seeing first responders across the country that I'm getting vaccinated. At the same time, President elect Joe Biden is warning distribution could take much longer than promise in the city of Attleboro. More than 20 firefighters of contracting Covert 19 local union president Paul Jake says the need to get firefighters vaccinated is urgent members of getting tested positive and getting thrown a virus in the line of duty and being exposed every single day. Firefighters state wider offering to help not only plan distribution but Mr Vaccines to their colleagues, since they're qualified as E. M. T s and it's now 807 on WBC news radio falling short on the vaccine rollout President elect Joe Biden now accusing the Trump Administration for what he claims is a slower than expected pace. President elect Joe Biden says the Trump Administration's rollout of covert 19 vaccines has been too slow. Few weeks ago, Trump administration's just 20 million Americans could be vaccinated by the end of December, with only a few days left to December. We've only have actually in a few minutes so far, Mr Biden said, quote it's going to take years, not months to vaccinate the American people at the current pace. Biden also said he would oppose a mask mandate in areas where the federal government has jurisdiction. Jim Krystle is CBS does And you've always got us on the go with the I Heart radio app. It works great until you're smart device it home to play WBC news radio on I Heart radio. You've got us there.
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"On back on those roadways. We've got traffic and weather together and it's brought to you by this Subaru retailers have New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's Laurie. All right, definitely heavier. Now. 93 North out approaching the split in Braintree. Now we did have that disabled vehicle. It was in the center lane 93 north right by 1, 38 and Canton that has now cleared And the volume there is a little bit better for us if you're traveling on the expressway north and you know it's heavy Freeport Street to South Hampton Street and just about a half an hour they're gonna reopen Memorial Drive Eastern westbound closed off now between Western Avenue in the Fresh Pond Parkway. All right, Let's check out 93 now see how that's rolling along with Krista Neck in the Mob free insurance copter. Well, it looks pretty good. Here. Lori and 93 South out out of southern New Hampshire about 18 minutes from the state line down to 1 28 other 12 minutes will get you into town. Just keep in mind that if you are jumping off on the lever down ramp, I could see that wall of brake lights up ahead. That's waiting for you there. If you're stating on the lower deck, that's better Christian act of offering insurance. Proctor Yeah, and the Tobin is looking good as well as the airport tunnels. If your plans include heading to or from Logan this morning, Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three and now the WBC four day AccuWeather forecast is we check in live with WBC. AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuel. We have mostly cloudy skies across the area. There is a storm system heading our way. What the cool for that will cross the area late today, But we'll be on the mild side of that will have a strengthening south to Southwest wind, and that will help push temperatures well into the forties, if not close to 50 degrees this afternoon. I can't rule out a rain shower this afternoon, but that's it with this latest front will dry out tonight with a low of 33 cold but dry tomorrow at such sunny day expected, but it will be windy with a high of 36 sunny Wednesday as well, then increasing clouds Thursday ahead of the storm. That'll bring wet weather is we had into 2021. On Mackey Weathers. Dave Samuel WBZ Boston's news radio 34 degrees Right now we have partly cloudy skies in Boston. It is 6 25 on WBC news radio and now a check on New England business, a mammoth real estate transaction in Cambridge over the past week. Boston Business Journal Reporting that gas it horizons, acquiring a building at Harvard Square for $45 million. They're planning for upgrades to the historic building University Common had owned the property for the past 50 years. It was originally a Harvard graduate student dorm now as retail tenants, many of whom plan on leaving Over the next few years. We'll also a sign of changing real estate trends, possibly for Boston, as we are now the 11th largest metro area in the country that's actually dropping a spot Phoenix outpacing us now in terms of population. The latest ranks from the census has the Phoenix metro area at just under five million people putting the right behind Atlanta. Now ahead of Boston. Phoenix is the third largest growth region in the country. And with more people leaving California due to the pandemic and other tax related issues, Arizona is becoming a likely destination. At 6 26 haven't got that package yet. Well, you're still likely to be waiting the historic levels of online purchases around the holiday season. Many out there still complaining of delays Ship Matrix software. They help business track shipments and said they were likely to be one million holiday orders that did not make it to their destination. On time before Christmas. Many of those packages could still be out there. Until after New Year's and futures this morning are higher on the news that President Trump will, in fact be signing the stimulus legislation that was passed on Capitol Hill, ending uncertainty that was looming over everything in Washington as we're about to head into the new year. Could have a positive outcome to start the week of trading on Wall Street. Moving on at 6 27. There's a new take on waste not want. Not this season. CBS is Debra Rodriguez has that story. Considering ways to get rid of this year's Christmas tree about some Douglas fir pesto, a chef in London has been cooking up non wasteful disposal solutions. Julia George Alice, author of How To Eat.
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"Bit tight through the lane drop at the beginning, and then a little company in the left lane around the bend. Heading the store. Oh, Dr David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes. There's drop. It is a freezing one out there. Today. Temperature is only getting up to the mid thirties this afternoon Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. I'm Jim McKay. Here are the five things you need to know. At 5 45 get out the winter jacket. Colder weather across New England today temperatures only getting just above that freezing mark warming back up Thursday into Friday. Daily Covert 19 case rate increasing once again over, 2200 reported on Tuesday. Hospitalizations Now off over 801st. It was off. Now it's back on after a tweet from President Trump wreaths across America, which starts in Maine and ends at Arlington National Cemetery will go on as planned this year to honor our nation's veterans on Brockton. Police investigating two deadly crashes on Tuesday, one of them a pedestrian struck and killed and police are still looking for that suspect. A hospital in Springfield is now reliving a covert nightmare as a second outbreak in four months, hitting that facility story from WBC's John Bay back Dr Mark You're a whack over a Bay State health says The numbers are only part of the story. I saw patients who were afraid, gasping for breath restless. It is maddening.