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Fresh "WBZ" from WBZ Programming

WBZ Programming

00:27 min | 28 min ago

Fresh "WBZ" from WBZ Programming

"Work going on my route 70 and stretch that roadway is closed down. They're gonna have to be detoured off all of the signs and I'll be right back onto route to before you noted back into familiar territory. It is currently 45 degrees in Boston. The crossing to light his foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease, research and care for more than 50 years. Learn more about research, education and support at crones colliders foundation dot or g'kar. I'm Jack Hart WBZ. African the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast said cloudy early this morning, low 42 than clouds and some sunshine later today High 56 of the coast 60 inland. Hardly play tonight. Little 44 a mix of clouds and sun Monday with a shower in spots high near 60, Nice and warm on Tuesday with sunshine and clouds high near 70 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist. Scott Erickson de BBC Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Walk INS. Here's what's happening. The latest coronavirus numbers are out from the state Department of Public Health. Massachusetts is reporting just shy of 1700.

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Prince Philip Laid to Rest

WBZ Afternoon News

00:16 sec | 10 hrs ago

Prince Philip Laid to Rest

"Husband of 73 years was laid to rest in the royal tomb she will share with him someday. After the socially distance service, William and Harry walked out together, shared grief just may help heal a royal rift. Vicki Barker

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Fresh update on "wbz" discussed on WBZ Programming

WBZ Programming

00:41 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "wbz" discussed on WBZ Programming

"Family of alleged Indianapolis FedEx shooter Brandon Hole, releasing a statement saying they're devastated at the loss of life caused by Brandon's actions. They say they tried to get the 19 year old the help he needed and are sorry for the pain and her being felt by the Victimsfamilies. Eight people were killed on the mass shooting, including members of the local Sikh community. The victims ages range from 19 to 74 years old. One woman who lost to love one's says she's hoping family members from India can pay their respects. We can't even schedule a funeral. We have to make sure that our because my sister's brother can get here so she can see her. Well, last time they were planning a birthday party for a child this weekend now in mourning. And that's it. Everything is gone. This is the third mass shooting this year in Indianapolis. I could. Jackie ABC NEWS Washington Coming up a march in Boston on Saturday, details.

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The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 10 hrs ago

The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million

"Globally, another devastating number reached and the death toll We get that for maybe sees Brian Clark global death toll from Cove in 19 top three million people Saturday, according to Johns Hopkins University, But experts believe the actual number is almost certainly hire. This figure is equivalent to the combined populations of Philadelphia and Dallas. Deaths are climbing Once again, There's a worldwide average of about 12,000 each day. Roughly 3000 of those are in Brazil, which has been ravaged by the virus in recent weeks, trails on Lee the U. S and the number of confirmed deaths. Brian Clark ABC

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Fresh update on "wbz" discussed on WBZ Programming

WBZ Programming

00:29 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "wbz" discussed on WBZ Programming

"2.15% 693 people are in the hospital overnight with the virus. 169 of those patients are in ICUs. A deadly variant of covert 19 is tearing through Brazil and the country's medical system is set of breaking point. CBS News traveled there this past week. Villepin Thea, the hospital in Sao Paulo, is not only full It no longer accept anyone but covert 19 patients. Dr. Daniella DeJesus says the viruses victims are getting younger. And once they're here, the odds are against them and your experience. How many of these nine people in this one room will recover or not, is that my badge is difficult. Less than half will recover. You really get the sense of worst case scenarios being in the hospital this room people are being intubated in the other room. He saw someone getting chest compressions. For many here suffering is taking different.

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Funeral Procession Held for Prince Philip at St. George's Chapel

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 11 hrs ago

Funeral Procession Held for Prince Philip at St. George's Chapel

"Say Britain's Prince Philip was laid to rest during a small funeral this morning inside ST George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. He died last week. At the age of 99. The prince stood by Queen Elizabeth Side for 73 years of marriage. People across Britain observed one minute of silence in his honor just before his royal ceremonial funeral got

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Fresh "WBZ" from WBZ Programming

WBZ Programming

01:03 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "WBZ" from WBZ Programming

"Relief kid to a family in poverty. Text the word Give 283393 that's give 283393. It is currently 45 degrees in Boston under a cloudy sky. I'm Jack Hart WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast rather cloudy but drive much of the time this morning low 42 clouds will break for some sunshine later on today. I was in the mid fifties of the coast closer to 60 further inland. Patchy clouds tonight Low 44, partly something on Monday dry much of the time, although a stray shower cannot be ruled out high near 60 and warming up and turning nice on Tuesday with more in the way of sunshine High near 70. Thank you, Weather meteorologist car, Eric, said The BBC Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Walk INS. Here's what's happening. The latest covert numbers are out of Massachusetts, the state reporting just shy of 1700 new cases. And 10. More deaths on Saturday, the seven day average positivity right now sits a 2.15% 693 people are in the hospital overnight with the virus. 169 of those patients are in ICUs. A deadly.

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COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 3 Million Worldwide

WBZ Morning News

00:13 sec | 17 hrs ago

COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 3 Million Worldwide

"Deadly line. Johns Hopkins University reports the worldwide death toll from Cove. It now tops three million Brazil trails on Lee, the United States with nearly 370,000 and world health officials say

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Fresh update on "wbz" discussed on WBZ Programming

WBZ Programming

00:57 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "wbz" discussed on WBZ Programming

"Tonight, Komal Jo Han plan to celebrate her engagement. Instead, she is now mourning the loss of her grandmother on energy. The Joel She was the most gentle person. Just was so sweet with all your grandkids. Joe was 66 in one of the four victims from the sick community, as were three other victims, though it's unclear whether that religion is a factor in the shooting. By an ex employee with reported mental issues. He shot himself to more than three million people around the world have now died in the covert pandemic about 567 7 of them here. I've lost four uncles for very close uncles. Now to London with the UK having said its final goodbyes to Prince Phillip. Long before yesterday's funeral, the queen was relying more and more on her air and his heir to help her in her public duties. They will step up alongside of both Charles and and Prince William Royal biographer Robert Lacey. But in private, the queen has now lost her biggest booster. And confident the throne will be a very lonely place. Vicki Barker, CBS News London, Biden administration and Russia have just exchanged a series of heave hose of each other's diplomats. Economic sanctions to Francis president discussed that international situation long before yesterday's if we want.

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Worldwide COVID-19 death toll tops a staggering 3 million

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 19 hrs ago

Worldwide COVID-19 death toll tops a staggering 3 million

"The pandemic, meanwhile, crosses another deadly line. Johns Hopkins University reports a worldwide death toll from Cove. It now tops three million Brazil trails on Lee. The U. S with nearly 370,000 and world health officials say Brazil now has the highest daily rate of covert deaths in the entire globe. Sweeping the country. More people now dying there of cove. It And anywhere else in the world. More than 3000 Day. Hundreds of hospitals are short or out of sedatives critical for intubation Brazilian news outlets reporting that staff are forced to take extreme measures. Having to restrain more patients than they typically would They fear unsupervised patients. Mike rip out those tubes if they regain consciousness because of a lack of sedatives and inadequate number of staff to monitor them.

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FEMA Program Offers up to $9,000 to Help With Funerals

WBZ Morning News

01:12 min | 20 hrs ago

FEMA Program Offers up to $9,000 to Help With Funerals

"Seamus Funeral Assistance Hotline has been extremely busy since it opened two collars on Monday. Ah, lot of people have been having a hard time getting through and once they do get through. Apparently, they're being asked him questions that seemingly have nothing to do with applying for funeral reimbursement costs for a loved one who died from Cove it more details from WBC's Kim Tan a cliff when you call the Funeral Assistance hotline, part of the application process asked for your annual gross household income, even though there's no income eligibility requirements for getting the reimbursement money, FEMA spokesman Leo Skinner says it's all about demographics and equity. Useful for us to look at the equity issue. As far as our outreach efforts are recovering low income families. Are we reaching out to the right markets with this information to get the information out there so that those families can receive this money? So it's important just for the equity reason. There are also questions about whether anyone in the household uses a wheelchair or hearing aid work with Africans to determine if they leave any type of accommodations. Traditionally a question we would ask you the regular disaster. But this there may be a combination that we may need to apply to this application and we want to make Here we provide. That was disability issues. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's news

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US setting up $1.7B national network to track virus variants

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

US setting up $1.7B national network to track virus variants

"Administration says it's creating a national network to track Corona virus variants that could trigger another pandemic wave virus Response, advisor Andy Slavitt says Even as the administration ramps up vaccination efforts, more dangerous variants are growing, he says a $1.7 billion network using funds from the president's virus relief packages aimed Getting ahead of the variance. Its funding will enable CDC and states to do more genomic sequencing. The announcement comes as CDC chief or shovel, Lansky says the nation seeing Maura virus cases nearly 70,000 new cases per day up from 53,004 weeks ago, she says hospitalizations and deaths are also up. Partly because of variance and partly because of relaxed restrictions on gatherings.

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Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

"Washington, A police officer involved shooting in Chicago's raced anger body camera footage showing the officer shooting and killing 13 year old Adam Toledo. CBS is, say Adriana Diaz with more God. Karen Zara, the president of the Chicago Police Union, said the officer was justified. We do not have to wait to be shot to respond. The officer had every reason to believe that that offender was turning and pointing the gun at him that night to Leda was with 21 year old Reuben Roman, who has been arrested now. Police say the gunshots they were originally responding to were fired by Roman Toledo's family attorney says Adam was a good kid. He was a little timid, His family said He loves to play with Legos, and he dreamed of one day becoming a police officer. Camera footage appears to show the officer administering CPR well, waiting for an ambulance to arrive, But the boy died at the scene. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the shooting You often in this country, law enforcement uses unnecessary force too often resulting in the death of black and brown Americans. There were protests in Chicago last night. Many downtown businesses boarding up

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Oath Keepers Member First to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Oath Keepers Member First to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

"Took it to the SJC. Many people have been charged in connection with the riot, The U. S capitol January 6th until now all have pleaded not guilty. But today for the first time, a self described member of the oath keepers pleads guilty. John Shafer joined the pro trump mob that stormed the capital and was among the rioters who sprayed police officers with bear spray. As part of his plea agreement, Schaffer will be released from custody, but he must fully cooperate with federal prosecutors as they build their cases against more than $400. Defendants. Schaeffer is the first writer to plead guilty. He faces up to four years in prison when he sentenced in a couple of months. That

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'Really Good Scenario': Only 5,800 Infections Reported in Fully Vaccinated People, CDC Says

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

'Really Good Scenario': Only 5,800 Infections Reported in Fully Vaccinated People, CDC Says

"Nearly a quarter of all American adults are now fully vaccinated. ABC is faith of Boob, A says There's new data out on just how effective the covert vaccine shots are, the CDC says of the more than 66 million Americans, who have been fully vaccinated on Lee 5800 Corbett infections have been reported. Significantly less than 1%. But how long the immunity last remains unknown size or CEO says it's likely people would need another side. A booster shot every

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Google Earth's New Timelapse Feature Shows Chilling Effect of Climate Change

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Google Earth's New Timelapse Feature Shows Chilling Effect of Climate Change

"Not just global leaders are focusing on climate change. Google Earth is adding a new video feature on climate change is well, Here's Thanh Aunt. The tool was unveiled Thursday build is the biggest update to Google Earth and five years the video feature draws upon nearly four decades of satellite imagery to vividly illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers, beaches, forests and other places around the world. Google says they worked in concert with several government agencies, including NASA and its European counterpart to put the project together. One climate scientist preview the video and believes this will get people to understand the scope of climate change and could change many people's minds about the scale of the impact. Of humans on the environment.

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Funeral Plans for Prince Philip Are Announced

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Funeral Plans for Prince Philip Are Announced

"Connecticut. A royal family feud will apparently extend into tomorrow's funeral for Prince Philip. They will both be there for their grandfather's funeral, but Prince William and Prince Harry will not be right next to each other. Buckingham Palace says the two brothers will both help escort the casket of Prince Philip into ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But standing between them as they enter the church will be their cousin, Peter Phillips. The move minimizes the chance of any awkward moments between the brothers whose relationship has been

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Dems to Introduce Bill to Expand Supreme Court

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Dems to Introduce Bill to Expand Supreme Court

"The Supreme Court has been introduced on Capitol Hill. We're here today because the United States Supreme Court is broken Senator Edward Markey, making his case to expand the U. S Supreme Court by adding four justices to the bench. Why is this necessary? He pointed fingers. The court is broken because Mitch McConnell, his Senate Republican colleagues, And Donald Trump Broken. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, though, isn't ready to support the bill. I have no plans to bring it to the Florence Daisy Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill, Some Republican lawmakers air speaking out against the bill, arguing this is a power grab from the Democrats. In New Hampshire of push

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Pulmonologist Testifies That Car Exhaust Did Not Kill George Floyd

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Pulmonologist Testifies That Car Exhaust Did Not Kill George Floyd

"Rebuttal testimony for the prosecution, She says testimony from one of the defense witnesses yesterday in his words is simply wrong. Former forensic pathologist, Dr David Fowler argued that George Fly died from factors like carbon monoxide poisoning and health issues. Not because then officer show Vin kneeled on his neck. But Dr Tobin says medical records showed Floyd's oxygen saturation level was 98% when he died, which supports the idea that a lack of oxygen was the cause of death. Brooklyn Center. Minnesota

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U.S. Imposes Stiff Sanctions on Russia

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

U.S. Imposes Stiff Sanctions on Russia

"Against Russia for last year's hack of federal agencies and meddling in the election. Here's the AP saga Madani, the administration is expelling 10, Russian diplomats and imposing sanctions on dozens of people and companies. It's also going after Moscow's ability to borrow money by banning American financial institutions from buying Russian bonds directly from Russian institutions. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says the moves are aimed at holding the Kremlin accountable for reckless actions. Moscow's warning it, too, will retaliate for what it calls aggressive behavior. SOCCER Megane Washington The U.

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Biden Appoints Erika Moritsugu to Asian American Liaison Role

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Biden Appoints Erika Moritsugu to Asian American Liaison Role

"By the way, the bonding administration is appointing a member of the Asian American community to a new role to help address a growing surge in hate crimes and biting today will announce the appointment of Erica more to go as deputy assistant to the president. An Asian American and Pacific Islanders senior liaison Thea Point Mint keeps a promise the president made on March 30th. Along the rise of anti Asian hate crimes. The move comes after Senator Tammy Duckworth's threatened to vote no on any non diverse administration nominees. Buying along with Vice President Harris will meet with members of the Congressional AP I caucus just as the anti AP I hate bill cleared the

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US Poised to Impose Sanctions on Russia for Cyber-Attacks

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

US Poised to Impose Sanctions on Russia for Cyber-Attacks

"Hack of computer networks that government agencies And U. S corporations. The White House is expected to announce today a new round of sanctions against Russia. Our objective as the United States is to have a predictable relationship with Russia to stabilize that relationship. White House press secretary Jen Psaki Microsoft president Brad Smith, describing the cyber attacks as the quote largest and most sophisticated the world has ever seen. Pack

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[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 2

WBZ Morning News

00:13 sec | Last month

[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 2

"And just laid off 45 people, Reporters editors. Other staffers, Buzzfeed says the website will is on track to lose. 20 million bucks this year. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's There's radio. I

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ news radio. Good morning, six o'clock here on a Tuesday in Boston and more snow on the way we wake up with 22 degrees and mostly cloudy skies here in Boston. The news at six has brought to us by Toyota's official website for deals. Buy a Toyota dot com. Thank you for being with us. I'm Jeff Brown. And here's what's going on. You put the trouble the way Oh, no, you dad. Winter weather advisories are in effect. We've got snow on the forecast for the day with the steadiest as we get into the afternoon and evening for the city near suburbs will see 3 to 6 inches and along the coast a little bit less with some rain or sleet. Mixing in that is WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist team DeVore. It is a quick hitter with white, fluffy snow for most But still up to six inches in some areas. So yeah, the shovel will get another workout today. School cancelations and delays are piling up before the snow does. You can check out the WBC Storm center online. A WBC news, radio dot com slash storm our own. James RoHaas is out on the town this morning and joins us with some preparations. James Other batch of snow is on the way. Good morning. Good morning, So I'm here in all stand where snowplow drivers are gearing up for another snowstorm. I'm watching guys getting ready right here at this public workstation on Western have also home to a giant mound of salt. Now, morning commuters have spoken to today are keeping a quick and simple saying they are not ready for the snow, and they don't want to shovel again. But that's what we're going to be doing. That snowfall expected to start around nine o'clock this morning. But be sure to stick with WBC news radio as we keep you up to date with those road conditions and school closures and be sure to check out our website at WBZ, 10 30 dot com In Austin. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news Radio James History about to unfold on Capitol Hill with the second impeachment trial. A former president Trump Kick office at noontime Today, senators will claim the former president inside it and insurrection on the U. S. Capitol..

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ news radio. Wintry mix in Boston. It is a slushy 36 degrees in town. Thanks for joining us at five o'clock on this Tuesday morning. I'm Jim McKay. And here's what's happening Winter, certainly packing another powerful plunge as the nor'easter. Continues to coral through New England. Your most reliable news source for severe weather coverage is the W B Z Storm Center and it started yesterday and it lasted all night. And it continues this morning. Mostly in the thirties. A light spotty, wintry mix will be out there some raindrops and snowflakes. Will be milder around Boston and southeastern Mass. But colder across the interior with that deep, fresh snow pack on the ground that is WBZ TV meteorologist Eric Fisher. A foot or more of snow inland, a mix on the coast. It is just a mess everywhere right now. Coastal flooding it concerned. We've got high wins two out there. We'll have Maura on that this morning and also a check here on the Latest power outages from Mima because you know what? When you look across the state, I mean, there's still roughly 5900 customers in the dark this morning, so looks like a lot of those areas up towards the New Hampshire border there in in Essex County. We're looking at Salisbury, Newburyport, West Newbury. Those areas right there looks like where there's some of the worst power outages have been, but you've got scattered outages across the state, but less than 6000 right now. At this hour, it's five all one coastal flood. Of course, a concern after high tides this morning the storm packing a wind and punch with wind gusts routinely topping 50 MPH slightly again just under 6000 without power. But again, the heaviest flaws. Snowfall is heading west as we go toe Wooster in compares in the last year, I think we're like, need at least 61 inches of snow to make up. So this'll might be the start. If it was tough to drive. It was tougher to walk. So kind of Flemming decided to get on his sidewalk early hopping for the shovel over his brand new snowblower. I'm just bored, actually, so Would having some fun. No, it's not. It's pretty light still solves nothing bad. Indeed, it was fluffy snow early on in the locals were hoping it wouldn't turn into the heavy, wet stuff. But either way, plow driver Joey D. Angelus was actually looking forward to a long night if he gassed up, hoping to make some extra cash in a winter with few chances on 65. I'm still I love every day of it. It's a lot of fun on his stubbly PC TVs. Ken McCloud there more snow again is on the way. This system will be winding down here. If Two hours from now. But the damage has been done north and west of town. With those larger snowfall amounts many people getting over off foot of snow and out in western mass. We've seen reports of some 17 inches of snow. Different spots. But again, the big concern the slushy, nasty roadways as that continues this morning, it is 503 and speaking of those nasty word roadways. We've got traffic and weather together. Driven by the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Laurie Grandi. It'll be a busy morning for you. Hey there, Laurie Grandi. It looks like we don't have Lori, So we're gonna have to check in with Lori in just a few moments. But.

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Has taken a major hit with today's a rested indictments war from WBZ's Mike Macklin it's a sweeping federal indictment the charges more than thirty members of a street gang based in Dorchester with crimes ranging from murder to drug trafficking for prostitution and sex trafficking US attorney Andrew Lelling says the so called it'll be gang has been involved in a violent war with a rival gang for the past year Boston police commissioner William Grimes says that war has been a reign of terror across parts of Boston and beyond this gang in OP Norton only temporary associated with went over have been terrorizing the neighborhoods of Dorchester and Roxbury and also neighborhoods in the Commonwealth in outside four years almost three decades those arrested face federal charges that call for sentences of up to twenty years in prison and fines of up to a million dollars at the federal courthouse in South Boston Mike backlit WBZ Boston news news radio city of ever declares racism a public health crisis mayor Carlo de Maria has signed the mayor's pledge issued by the Obama foundation's my brother's keeper alliance he's committing the city review police enforce policies listen to input and experiences of various communities report findings of the review and make reforms the Maria says it is up to local leaders to implement changes as the needs of society change but he adds his administration will not beat the funding the police department thank you governor Ned Lamont plenty to impose a series of reforms are Connecticut state police they include a ban on chokeholds and requirements that all troopers have body cameras and their cruisers have working dashboard programs what is hopeful the legislature in Hartford expands the reforms to local departments meantime in Bridgeport Connecticut protesters occupying space outside the police department show no sign of giving up they wanted immediate fifty percent cut to the police budget and the firing of several officers who they call violent demonstrators say they're not going anywhere until city leaders talk with them acting home by security secretary Chad will says there's one common denominator to growing calls for police reform we have to go back to building that community trust in that public trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve is absolutely critical speaking on fox news wolf also expressed real concerns with the New York City police department getting rid of its plainclothes anti crime unit hundreds of officers will be reassigned to the NYPD tries to do more community policing and the York city is announcing more changes with reset large demonstrations over police brutality NYPD body camera footage will now be released to the public online within thirty days of an officer firing a gun if a bullet hits a person or could hit someone when people see this kind of transparency it will build trust has one step it's another step in there to Bosnia says body cam footage will also be released one officer used a taser that causes harm and use of force that results in harm body worn cameras are only as powerful as the transparency comes with them previously the police commissioner would decide on releasing body cam footage that is correspondent Scott Pringle six await Wall Street Outland road days at Bloomberg retail sales numbers for many competed with coded transmission numbers from June for wall street's attention today and the sales numbers one Dow jumped five hundred twenty seven nasdaq up one seventy S. and P. five hundred rose fifty eight the traders reacted to a record month to month jumping U. S. retail sales almost eighteen percent from April to may although maze level remains well below levels seen before the pandemic big macs and fries got back into a lot of American diets last month Donald says its sales were down five percent in may from may of last year that's after its sales in April were down nineteen percent from a year earlier drive thru and delivery fuel the rebound antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio the state is opening up vast chooses begins to slowly reopen businesses coming back here we go so is traffic and traffic on the threes WBZ Boston.

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ and I sixty four degrees right now in Boston partly sunny and very windy at ten thirty it's Saturday morning to you I'm TV gal here's what's happening the number of confirmed cases of the corona virus here in Massachusetts eighty three thousand four hundred and twenty one cents the beginning of the outbreak more than twelve hundred new cases were out yesterday afternoon the death toll here in the bay state from covert nineteen it now five thousand five hundred and ninety to one hundred and ten new cases added yesterday meanwhile three percent of patients are currently hospitalized nearly eight hundred people are still fighting for their lives in the ICU the average age of a patient who requires hospital care sixty eight Massachusetts has performed more than four hundred and thirty five thousand covert nineteen tests so far show an extension from governor Charlie Baker on the bay state's closure by just a little bit here's more from WBZ's Karen regal I get the fact that sort of slow and steady is not exactly anybody's idea bowl the closure will be extended for just twenty four hours bigger calls it a housekeeping matter so his advisory board can present its forty year plan to re open Massachusetts as for that plan Baker is well aware no one will be completely happy some people are gonna say it's too slow and some people are gonna say it's too fast and I understand and I respect that this is our idea of the best shot we have a continuing to make progress and not giving the buyers a chance to get back out of the barn in short don't expect the common wall to open with the fanfare red Sox World Series championship parade for like a golf clap at the state okay governor.

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm done here's what's happening the coronavirus question is becoming more personal for president trump presidential communications chief asked has the positive for the virus just days after meeting with president trump and senator Rick Scott in Florida the president remembers talking with the delegation I don't know what the press aide was there he was photo shows the man standing shoulder to shoulder with the president M. Scott to said today he's self quarantining it's the first time somebody infected with the virus is known to have been close to the president should he be tested that's for that's why I'm not too sure while the virus usually causes only mild or moderate symptoms in most people it can hit older ones harder the president is seventy three Sager make ani Washington New York City mayor bill de Blasio is predicting there will be a thousand virus cases in the city at some point next week the mayor has declared a state of emergency in the Big Apple after at least ninety five cases of the virus state officials have also put a ban on most gatherings of five hundred or more people meaning places like Madison Square Garden the Barclay center and Radio City Music Hall will be shut down governor Andrew Cuomo says concert halls and Broadway theaters are closing the governor adding it's too soon to say just how much the virus outbreak will cost the loss of revenue here to the state government right now is incalculable I mean you have no idea it's not just Broadway theaters I mean you have hotel cancellations you of conference cancellations you are people not going to work you can't you that stock market drop hello a nation wide lockdown remains in effect in Italy from corona virus some twelve thousand cases and more than eight hundred deaths have been reported there A. B. C. Cherie Preston tells us Italy may hold some clues about what Colbert nineteen may hold for the U. S. we all have known from the beginning that the corona virus would continue to spread across this country makes president Mike pence speaking to ABC news the question how fast and how far and the answer may be in hard hit Italy where American Christina Higgins is right now make it very clear to them that this is coming and this is already in the United States your only weeks behind us and you you need to know that all of Italy around sixty million people under lockdown Johns Hopkins University says Italy already has over twelve thousand cases things are changing dramatically from one day to the next and now I'm starting to have friends who are getting sick and their parents are getting sick and so it's starting to get very very personal and this warning from professor Walter Ricciardi adviser to the Italian ministry of health it would be it's not me it will.

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"WBZ Boston sneeze radio the brother of Boston city councilor Andrea Campbell is now held on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bail prosecutors say Alvin Campbell junior oppose opposed as an over driver and that he raped a woman he kidnapped from outside a Boston nightclub Campbell pleaded not guilty this week to kidnapping and rape charges according to prosecutors cable persuaded the woman to get in his SUV outside the club back on December seventh and then he allegedly drove her to run home and raped her meanwhile his attorney argued for twenty thousand dollars bail and says she has not had enough time so far to review the evidence in the case and Attleboro man is held without bail pending a dangerous nous hearing next week six see three year old David Rogers is accused of raping a disabled woman and an MBTA parking lot yesterday morning a woman was walking her dog she called police around six AM and reported that she saw a man force that other women into his van in the downtown area the caller also told police of and quickly drove to the parking lot at one hundred riverfront drive Rogers is now charged with kidnapping aggravated rape assault and battery as well as indecent assault and battery on a disabled person that person by the way was treated at a local hospital am I TT has a warning for international students details coming up in just a few minutes for right now back to your right it is seven oh three traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic in the threes rob any she's right now overall Tina not too bad we are getting reports of a possible crash on one twenty eight north bound to watch out for its in the area near route to with the Lexington to use some caution there otherwise it looks good not sing any big delays north of town on three ninety three and ninety five find up to New Hampshire route one looks good through Saugus downtown lower deck say command Leverett connector okay no issues over the Tobin the airport tunnels on time to and from Logan south of town the expressways clear Boston down to Braintree route three is fine along the south shore down to the Cape twenty four ninety five okay down to Rhode Island on west of town not seeing any issues on the mass turnpike from Boston headed out towards Milbury rob Pacolli WBZ's traffic other threes rob thank you window world of Boston has the money saving resolution you need this year beautify your home and save big on your energy bills every season with.

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02:37 min | 1 year ago

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"WBZ newsradio good morning five o'clock on a Wednesday here in Boston we wake up to mostly cloudy skies and sixty four degrees we are about to be rocked by some heavy rain a little bit later on today good morning it's Wednesday I'm Jeff brown good to have you with us here's what's going on our late summer party indeed is about to come to a screeching halt today times of rain move in a little bit later on as WBZ TV meteorologist Derek Fisher tells us when it does rain it's gonna pour developing mid afternoon with some of the heaviest rainfall really concentrated as we had in the evening and overnight some one to two inch for our rates so with that tropical feels some heavy sheets of rain some sections of eastern Massachusetts could get more than two inches of rain but it's all over by tomorrow morning this is all part of tropical storm Erin in fact a flash flood watches kicking into gear this afternoon effective at one o'clock it is also about to rein in port a Rico to and it's going to bring some howling winds with it quite a different story there as the tropical storm Dorian sets out on a collision course with that island thousands in fact are packing their bags right now and getting out of town even while the cleanup from hurricane Maria of two years ago is no where near done CBS news correspondent Kenneth Craig says president trump has declared a state of emergency for the U. S. territory residence in Porter Rico boarded up their homes and took their boats out of the water stocking up on supplies after many say they were caught off guard in the run up to hurricane Maria two years ago thirty thousand homes are still covered with blue tarps and more than one thousand roads on the island remain impassable I was so insecure here the power and the food is security and so Dorian is still considered a tropical storm but could be in line for a promotion to hurricane status in the coming hours now this storm has changed direction on a dime before and forecasters say another change in plans could be coming as well but for now it's expected to hit Porto Rico sometime this afternoon five oh two now on a Wednesday morning red Sox back in action last night and flexing some muscle in the thin air of Denver socks with a power display in a ten six win over the Rockies Jackie Bradley junior with his seventeenth home run which some say may not have returned to earth as of yet Christian Vazquez also going he's having a great season also home ring for the red Sox Rick Porcello with the wind socks and rocks again tonight to wrap up a brief two game sat well just getting started on.

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"WBZ the ACLU says a member of the US army from India has been granted citizenship after a lengthy delay army specialist tiring core after listed in the army three years ago part of a special program that was supposed to lead to expedited citizenship but after two years of waiting the ACLU filed a federal lawsuit on his behalf in January in an effort to speed up the process gore I was awarded citizenship yesterday in ceremonies in Bedford New Hampshire drive around Boston for a living therefore please call the State Street thank long medical please WBZ thank you for getting our listeners to their destination thank thank you the city WBZ is with you on the run tell your driver to put on WBZ ten thirty I like to stay calm Boston's newsradio three fifty three on WBZ traffic and weather together it is this retailers annoyed with all wheel drive traffic on the three David how's that ride look don't go back up north checking out those incidents on the upper end of one twenty eight north bound Mike James Washington Street or in will burn up to that earlier crash by north Abin reading then you'll lock again from route one a pastor crash on the ramparts centennial drive in PP one twenty eight south bound you'd be on the brakes for everyone fourteen down past little street in Peabody thank is busy again for route ninety five down to north that further south more delays from route to down to be four route twenty in Waltham for ninety five north bound not not too bad just gets bill bit busy before and after two thirteen of the one who oneself the sluggish from Lynn fells down to route ninety nine in Saugus how west still big delays eastbound side of the bike jam seven eight miles Brimfield to the child service plaza and again for over a mile you'll hit delays after exit eleven that's route one twenty two eight through Grafton eighty four east bound you still have before about two miles getting up to the pike for ninety five south bound back five miles getting down to two ninety two ninety is in good shape coming from main ninety five north is in good shape ninety five south you're locked up a couple miles to cater to the bridge then its cloud that angel that they are what we earlier crashes cleared then it slows again Greenland down to the Hampton tells David strony WBZ's traffic on the three sand now we check before day WBZ accu weather forecast a few spots we'll see a shower or thunderstorm for this evening otherwise a mostly cloudy and muggy tonight there will be some.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"WBZ newsradio eighty five degrees involved in under sunny skies it's five o'clock good afternoon this is WBZ news I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening Boston police make arrest in the Suffolk County correctional officer the suspect is identified as Tory Jangan it's a forty five year old Boston man charged with breaking and entering the vehicle and larceny he was facing outstanding warrants on drug charges WBZ's Mike Macklin from the scene on Atkinson street laureates of shocking beating and it's all captured on a video that clearly shows what happened the corrections officer was in his personal vehicle in civilian clothing he was approaching the south a house of correction to report to work this morning a man approaches vehicle reached in for the open the office of the offices car window we do take something or to strike the officer that's unclear the officer could be seen getting out of his vehicle he takes a swing at one of several men who approach that surrounded him at his vehicle the men then descend on the office to deliver a brutal beating the officer amazingly managed to escape we understand with only minor injuries he was treated the release of a hospital the corrections officer union asks me local or nineteen vehemently issuing yes just discussed with what happened what they say is another incident of the poor treatment of officers and the threats that are made against them as they approach work in this neighborhood with the South Bay correction center is located Mike Macklin from the scene we a video on our website of this attack in the middle of the street in broad daylight at WBZ ten thirty dot com it came close but state lawmakers last night failed to come to an agreement on a hands free driving bill Kroll Stephen spoke to house speaker Bob dilio about what's next for the first time it finally looked like the house Senate.

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ news time four thirty eight Tracy jonky joins us from Bloomberg trace. You're brought to us by Harvard pilgrim healthcare, and there was a big worm in the apple today there. Sure was Laurie and it meant a towel drop of six hundred two points. The Dow fell are the NASDAQ fell two hundred six points, the SMP down fifty five as apple and its suppliers got a bruising from investors who assumed two of its suppliers are talking about apple in warnings about upcoming sales. One says a large unnamed customer has cut orders substantially. They got the most attention for causing the most damage, but Goldman Sachs also slammed into the index is the companies now caught up in corruption investigations Malaysia. And General Electric's CEO went on TV to reassure investors, but had the opposite effect. Larry Culpepper told CNBC that the company's troubled power generation unit has yet to hit bottom. Business reports at eight and thirty eight past. The album, Tracy jonky, Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. All right. Tough way to start the week on Wall Street. Thank you, Tracy. And this story Newton veterans are now standing guard over a display of American flags draped across a highway overpass WBZ's, Mike Macklin reports they were vandalized not once but three times last week the flags on the Saint James street bridge spanning the Massachusetts turnpike, surround a plaque honoring the late. Fred mcglaughlin. A Newton veteran killed in combat in the Vietnam war. The flags added to the memorial by the American Legion no net and post four forty the post senior vice commander air force veteran. Richard Spalding says the vandalism the week before Veterans Day is disheartening, but he adds many have stepped forward to help. We were overwhelmed with people from outside. Are we going not just local community wanted to come and volunteer to you sit and watch that bridge twenty four seven until the perpetrators were caught Spalding says he had other vets have taken the taffy pieces of the damaged flags home to frame them. So they will continue to honor. Fred mcglaughlin and other Newton vets Mike Macklin WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. All right. Good for them. And this story now community TV programming could soon. Go the way of the dinosaur. That's if the FCC passes, the proposed rule change WBZ Sheri, small looked into this currently cable companies are required to support community programming like public broadcast channels broadcasting education in government programming, but the SEC wants to reduce the amount that they have to contribute those four it hope that cable companies will pass the savings along to their customers. But Jonathan Grabowski of Marshfield community television says the rule change would likely force community stations across the country to close knowing what's going on your community is extremely important. You. Need to know what's going on in your government in your schools in in your town hall and community media provide that very important resource. The FCC is accepting public comment on this until Wednesday November fourteenth, Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty news time four forty two traffic in a minute. But right now over to Tom Cuddy in the WBZ radio sports studio, if not for back-to-back Bruins wins the weekend would have been a total local disaster. Young Celtics went west lost four of five. Young Celtics have diaper rash any baby powder. Head coach Brad Stevens view you..

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ news time is twelve oh nine. Let's check Wall Street now with Tracy jonky at Bloomberg good afternoon. Tracy, Wall Street looks like kids not happy today. Not doing very well on this Monday are the Dow is falling three hundred eighty five points to twenty five thousand six hundred five NASDAQ down one hundred forty four points, the SMP down thirty three and the Bloomberg WBZ Massachusetts next is down almost two percent. Like, the NASDAQ losses have been blamed on apple and it suppliers due to worries that Apple's iphone demand is falling. And it needs less permit suppliers and to western power companies and Massachusetts healthcare company are a big part of these losses as well, Abby. Oh, man, shares are down the most in two years. The Denver's company released a study of its impel a heart pump analysts say the results are encouraging but expectations were high and investors wanted more and those western power companies PGA and Edison international. Those shares are. Down the most in years. This is tied to the wildfires north San Francisco and near Los Angeles. In both cases, investigators are looking into whether transmission towers, rather equipment sparked the blazes to begin with business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. I'm WBZ news time is twelve eleven a democratic congressional candidate. In Georgia is asking a federal judge to postpone the certification of last week's election. Caroline Bordeaux is trailing Republican incumbent rob Woodall by about nine hundred votes. She says election officials have rejected about a thousand absentee ballots. I think.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ news time for oh. Five. Three women are due in court tomorrow in connection with a knife attack on two men in Braintree. It happened around nine o'clock last night on grove street during a fight between the suspects and victims who are recovering Jordan tabby. Manning of east Bridgewater is charged with assault to murder Jesulin. Price of Braintree is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. And Chelsea Taylor of Holbrook has charged with disorderly conduct Massachusetts. Congressman Joe Kennedy is among dozens of lawmakers signing onto a letter to HHS secretary, Alex as are demanding that he reject efforts to exclude transgender individuals from civil rights protections. Kennedy and ninety seven other members of the house signed the letter Kennedy says the Trump administration can't quote ethically or legally decide to ignore all science and precedent to unilaterally render the promise of civil rights meaningless for transgender Americans. Kennedy chairs the congressional transgender equality task force state law currently protects transgender rights. But the issue is on the. Ballot on Tuesday. A no vote on question. Three would repeal those rights. A yes, vote would keep them. WBZ news time for oh, six North Korea has warned the United States. It will seriously consider a building nuclear weapons again. If Washington does not drop its tough economic sanctions against Pyongyang speaking on CBS this face the nation. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, says President Trump has made it clear what the ultimate goal is that only complete denuclearisation, but our capacity to verify that that has taken place is also a prerequisite to lifting economic sanctions. Pompeo is scheduled to meet this week with a top North Korean official with denuclearization. And also a possible. Second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN on the agenda. WBZ news time four zero seven. We'll check Bloomberg business news in one minute. Thanksgiving and.

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"WBZ news time seven twenty four. And now Steve Travis has are four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Rain at times this morning. Some heavy enough to cause ponding on roads and flooding in some spots. Then it's got to become very windy and turning much chillier this afternoon. There is a high wind warning that'll be an effect from noon until seven pm today as those winds could gust up near fifty five miles per hour this afternoon causing damage and power outages. Temperatures will slowly fall throughout the fifties today and then tonight's going to become quite chilly. The wind will diminish we'll get down to the low around forty tomorrow, partly sunny, fifty three for a high mainly cloudy on Monday with a couple of showers high fifty three than a afternoon shower Tuesday for election day, high fifty. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Steve Travis. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. It's fifty four degrees and raining in Boston at seven twenty five and it's time now for a green air minute renewable energy plants are no longer the dream of the future. It's here. So why can't consumers plug in two of the biggest clean energy trade organizations? The American wind energy association and the solar energy Industries Association have joined forces to address the inability of our energy grid to distribute hundreds of thousands of megawatts not in use this will fulfill they say twenty percent of our energy needs right now. Rob Gramlich policy director for the American wind energy association, everybody benefits from a reliable grid. We saw a few years ago a tree in Ohio can cause a blackout in New York City. So it's an interstate grid. Think we need to look at it. Much more in terms of the national interest and energy security, the production of these clean power producing systems both on the wind farms and for an improved energy grid means a green collar. Job explosion weights. Only for a few strokes of the federal pen. For more. Visit greener radio dot com. I'm rich on WBZ. Newsradio ten thirty WBZ. News time is seven twenty six fifty four degrees. And it's raining right now in rain row continue at times this morning. Some could be heavy enough to cause ponding on roads and flooding in some spots, and then becoming very windy and turning cooler this afternoon with temperatures slowly falling through the fifties today..

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ news time twelve thirty mostly cloudy right now, fifty seven degrees in Boston. Looks like we hover right around the fifty throughout the day. Traffic and much more weather together coming up. This newscast is brought to you by Toyota's official website for deals volume Toyota dot com. Good Monday afternoon September twenty fourth. I'm teeny gal WBZ news. Our top story at twelve thirty all eyes on the White House deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is expected to be fire today after critical comments surface about President Trump. There were recent reports that Rosenstein have floated around the idea of secretly recording President Trump last year and that he also brought up using the twenty fifth amendment to remove Trump is unfit for office. Rosenstein has denied these reports. President Trump had previously contemplated firing Rosenstein back in April after FBI rates of the office and home of his former attorney Michael Cohen. We get the latest from CBS news. Let's go live CBS news special. The future of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein could be in play. A White House meeting has raised the possibility. The man overseeing the Russia investigation could be ousted scar Spahn, Paula Reid. This comes just days after reports that he suggested wiretapping the president. But my reporting I talked about half a dozen sources on Friday. They all said he was joking. He said it's her constantly Zet O'Keefe in Washington, whether he's resigning whether he's going to tell them that they need to fire him that's still being sorted out. And we've seen this chicken and egg before with other cabinet secretaries who got caught up with problems CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn, if rod Rosenstein is gone that means control of the Russia investigation falls to null franscisco, solicitor general all of a sudden somebody in the background and the Justice department will be in the light of public scrutiny. CBS news special report, I'm Steve Kathan gal. You're listening to the WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. No any termination or. Resignation would have immediate implications for special counsel, Robert Muller's ongoing investigation of possible collaboration between Russia and the Trump campaign before the two thousand sixteen election, Rosenstein appointed Muller and overseas. His investigation CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn, doesn't think this will end the Muller investigation into Russia. Have to assume that there would be a huge political price to pay if they try to shut down or limit the Muller investigation at this point. There are enough Americans independence, Democrats and still some Republicans who want the truth to come out on all of this weather. It's to vindicate the president or to probe further into whether the president or any of his family members or close associates were involved in coordinating with the Russians during the election. If Rosenstein were to resign instead of being fired it would allow the White House to use what's called a vacancies reform act to fill his role. The federal provision allows the president to circumvent. The existing agency line of succession in.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ news time one thirty seven. It is time now for a weekend edition of Bloomberg business. Marijuana has plenty of growth potential, not just the plant, but the business Canadian cannabis firm, canopy growth recently surged ahead of its competitors. When it cut an investment deal with constellation brands maker of corona beer, but canopy CEO Bruce Lynton says he's not just pinning his hopes on pot infused drinks. Now, we have this large platform company, which is an eleven other countries. And it's moving forward quickly on medical research as well as how to create outstanding products for recreation. We think that the real play here is on the biomedical side. Todd Harrison is chief investment officer at the cannabis hedge fund CB one capital, it's going to go through the FDA. It's efficacious already for epilepsy. But we think it's the tip of the iceberg medical marijuana has been legal in Canada since twenty one in recreational pot will soon follow but Lynton Scott bigger aspirations for his company releases about growth and taking over a global opportunity from a leadership position, I'm Nathan Hager, Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. WBZ news time one thirty eight. Hi, it's Elliot. We're running the adoption option. You can find out about adopting an older child. You don't even have to be married. You can be single gay straight an empty nester. You don't have to be wealthy as long as you have a steady income. We'll have social workers from all over the state. Meet some great kids that are looking for homes talk to people that have done it. Meet some parents that have gone through the process, and they have adopted getting involved in foster care that might be a way for you to start the adoption option Sunday September twenty third between eight thirty and eleven in our reading store. WBZ news time one thirty nine of a mandatory evacuation order is in place for anyone who lives within a mile of North Carolina's Cape. Fear.

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"WBZ news time is eleven fourteen. It's traffic and weather together. We begin with the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. And here is Kevin Brennan. Good morning. I'm art Cohen WBZ news. Our top stories now. There's.

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"Wbz wbz news the weather watch weather forecast the traffic watching the business hosing nelson newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six twenty three let's wrap this traffic up and throw it away today mike king is with us for the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes brought to us by toyota's official website for deals buyatoyota dot com let's start to the south here with the expressway here southbound is locked up just outside of the tunnel down past south bay now and you've got some room after that until you get down towards bryant davos that's where you're backing it to the braintree split northbound delays yup brains reappears neponsit circle then approaching the tunnel still really tough getting off cape here route six westbound is backup up three miles for the sagamore bridge you might know the ridges down to one lane with ongoing work and along the canals sandwich road backed up a mile and a half for the bourne bridge one twenty eight south we'll call it reduced speeds pella road down to route nine some delays down past route one in debt and you're back into after route twenty eight ninety five south really slow from four ninetyfive five down through attleboro as for the mass pike westbound is stop and go allston brighton now pass newton corner for route sixteen towards the state police barracks eastbound all brake lights one twenty eight back through west newton and from allston brighton into the city four ninety five north crawling cimarron oh drive up to a crash after route twenty downtown the lower x wide open but the tobin inbound loop ramps all backed up the leverett down ramp is slow all the way down sterling drive east is back near north harvard street it's backed up all the way to leverett circle and westbound jammed heading out to kenmore square as folks filo to ken to fenway park next mike king wbz's twenty four hour traffic network into wbz at seven oh five am twelve thirty five and five thirty five pm for tomorrow's technology today brought to you by toyota learn the.

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