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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ radio's coverage on the day the earth came to a virtual stop. Started just about 8:46 A.m. 20 years ago. Today there's a report that a plane has crashed into one of the towers at the World Trade Center. We also have government buildings being evacuated in Washington D C one another plane just hit, right. Oh, my God. Another plane has just hit like 1 75 from Boston to L. A Has crashed financial district Pretty much evacuated Handcock through any tall building. People are getting out of there right now. This is WBZ in Boston. If you have just joined us, folks, we have an incredible story unfolding and I have had some information from from a contact of mine that said that that second plane to go into the tower in New York City was, in fact, the Boston L. A United Flight touched the heart of all of us and life in America has changed forever. This is the day that no American whoever watches or listens to the news will ever forget started just before nine o'clock this morning with not one but two plane crashes into the World Trade Center complex in New York City. The determination of these terrorists will not deter determination of the American people. It's been a day of horror in America. America was targeted for attack because we're the brightest beacon for freedom and opportunity in the world. Susan Johnson Cook was the New York Police Department's chaplain 20 years ago on September 11th, she recalls attending. Many funerals in the days and weeks and months after the tragedy. Every funeral every day was harder to watch the families.

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Here's What's in Texas Republicans' New Voting Law

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Here's What's in Texas Republicans' New Voting Law

Oscar Valdez Allowed To Fight Despite Testing Positive For Banned Substance

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

01:26 min | 3 months ago

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

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World Series of Poker to Require Players' Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination

The PokerNews Podcast

02:26 min | 3 months ago

World Series of Poker to Require Players' Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination

"World series of poker as we speculated in past episodes in the last episode didn't in fact announce that they are going to require that all attendees as far as spectators and players are going to be required to show proof of a covert nineteen vaccination. This does not apply to their dealers in staff will get into that a little bit. But what do you make of this. I mean we kind of saw this coming on like you said. I mean we speculated on last week we both kinda new but couldn't really say at the time so it was no surprise to us to see this. Listen i think the world series has to be concerned with limiting their kind of liability. And so they're just going to take the the safest measures that can the safest approach that they can possibly make it and in that is saying. Hey if you wanna be here at the world series of poker as a player or as a spectator or as a media member we're gonna require proof of vaccination now we also will require the use a amass remember. Chad said over the last couple of weeks that in nevada the governor had input option for large scale events. If those events require proof of vaccination you can eliminate the mass requirement. And i thought maybe the doors open for world series to do the same now. I saw that. Daniel talked a little bit on twitter about this very rule and it does not apply to gaming at least not yet so that would be impossible even at the world series is considered to be a quote unquote large scale event. It's not like a concert or a sporting event and gaming just does not have that ability at least not yet to go mascow. So i know that. We're most likely headed george masks for the sap it could remove the mandate in nevada. That's not likely they could consider gaming in large capacities and in that might be somewhat likely but as far as proof of vaccination for players is concerned. I'm not surprised that the world series went this route. And i don't think you're that surprised. Either i mean you were the first to say this was weeks ago. That wfan might might fire this option off. Ed seem the writing was on the wall to me. With what the raiders. Were doing in the nfl. You know that kind of set the precedent and it seemed like doing this. We're just solve all the wbz's issues as far as tracing testing and things like

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Biden Calls Evacuation From Afghanistan an Extraordinary Success

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Biden Calls Evacuation From Afghanistan an Extraordinary Success

"Exit from Afghanistan was an extraordinary success. ABC is Andrew Jim. Burt says some Americans have been left behind with fewer than 200 Americans remaining in the country. Michael, a. Green card holder, who works as a teacher in Delaware, says he tried to leave on the same day the Taliban took over Kabul but could not reach the airport. They locked down the airport area. They were not letting anyone in because they heard that the Taliban just came into Kabul. Days later, Michael finally made it to the airport gate. I went once, and it was crazy, hectic. It was very dangerous, so I felt very afraid. So. The White House says it will continue to make diplomatic efforts now to get those Americans who are in the country and want out. To get them back home. Meantime, CBS news military consultant and retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland says the reality is the U. S. Lost this war tragically. We were unable to establish your encourage the creation of a government in Kabul that enjoyed the support of the majority of the Afghan population and the trust of the Afghan military. Without this. Our efforts were doing a war cost the United States $300 million every single day over the past 20 years. Chopper

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Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap

"That young passersby did double takes on L. A Sunset Strip as crews mixed up a new billboard showing Justin Bieber from the chest up modeling a leather jacket for Balenciaga. From the waist down. A model wearing Kim Kardashian skims underwear. The torsos matched up seamlessly. Crews have replaced Bieber's bottom to its proper spot, but not before the mistake went viral. So far. No comment from Beaver or Kardashian, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Big Wake UP Call for

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Last U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan After Nearly 20 Years

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Last U.S. Troops Leave Afghanistan After Nearly 20 Years

"In Afghanistan, the Taliban takes over the airport as the last American forces leave After nearly 20 years. The U. S no longer has a military presence in Afghanistan. The last C 17 plane carrying US troops took off from Kabul's airport and cleared Afghanistan airspace shortly after General Kenneth Mackenzie with U. S Central Command. End of the nearly 20 year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September. 11th 2000 and one the U. S. Leaves the country after 2461 U. S. Service members and civilian lives were lost and billions of dollars were spent. The Pentagon says 123,000. People were evacuated in 18 days, but not all American citizens were able to get out. I believe that we're going to work. We're going to be able to get those people out. I think we're also going to negotiate very hard very aggressively. It's estimated that fewer than 250 American citizens who wanted to get out of Afghanistan remain in the country. I'm Mark

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Boston Mayoral Candidate Urges Current Mayor to Impose Eviction Band

WBZ Morning News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Mayoral Candidate Urges Current Mayor to Impose Eviction Band

Caldor Fire Forces Thousands to Evacuate in California

WBZ Overnight News

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Caldor Fire Forces Thousands to Evacuate in California

"People are evacuating South Lake Tahoe in California and people in Nevada are being warned to get ready to leave as the cow door fire spreads. The wildfire has burned more than 177,000 acres in two

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Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'

"Scientists just might be one step closer to beating cancer. After finding what one researcher calls cancers Achilles heel, the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, discovering a protein that fuels tumors. When oxygen levels are low. This allows the cancerous growth to adapt and survive and in some cases become more aggressive. This study, published in the journal Science advances will help researchers to develop drugs that can destroy those

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Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California

"Lion That attacked a five year old boy and dragged the child across his front lawn in Southern California has been shot and killed. The £65 Mountain lion attack the boy while he was playing near his house on Thursday in Calabasas. Dragged him about 50 yards before the mother rescued the child. Captain Patrick Foye, spokesman with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the boy is in stable condition at Los Angeles' Hospital, a wildlife officers sent to the home shot and killed the mountain line as he was crouching in bushes. DNA tests confirming it was the animal who attacked the child 19 year old Jameel

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Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

WBZ Morning News

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

"Actor Matthew Mind lurk is dead, his body found days after he was reported missing from his Pennsylvania College. The 19 year old mind are best known for his work on the 2011 film Our Idiot brother with Paul. His body found near Miller's Ville University in Lancaster County, where he was attending as a freshman

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Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"

"In dozens of cities across the country. CBS is Nicole Killian has that report from Washington, D. C this morning, standing shoulder to shoulder the nation's top civil rights leaders with thousands of supporters in a call to action for federal voting rights legislation. We are not Going to let you fill the bust our way. Our voter protection group was joined by the brothers of the late Congressman John Lewis. They touted a bill named after him that was passed in the house this week and urged the Senate to act It protects The right. This event comes on the 58th anniversary of the march on Washington and marchers pushing Senate Democrats to scrap the filibuster and pass voting rights legislation without Republican support. Earthquake relief

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Lawsuit Challenging UMass COVID Vaccine Mandates Dismissed by Judge

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Lawsuit Challenging UMass COVID Vaccine Mandates Dismissed by Judge

"Challenging vaccine requirements at U Mass. The suit was filed by one student Mass. Boston, another humus Lowell, claiming the mandate is unconstitutional. One student also says she was denied a religious exemption. Judge now, saying schools have a strong interest in reducing the spread, and their decision was based on medical and scientific evidence. In the U. S system. A student who refuses to get vaccinated can take classes online or defer their enrollment by a semester. Delta variant

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U.S. Executes Drone Strike, Killing 2 High-Profile ISIS Members

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. Executes Drone Strike, Killing 2 High-Profile ISIS Members

"U. S striking back after 13 U. S service members were killed in a suicide bombing on Thursday. This week. The U. S military carrying out a drone strike. Against Isis Group in Afghanistan's eastern Nangahar province. Two high profile Isis targets were killed. Meantime, following Thursday's bombing, an additional 18 U. S service members were injured. ABC will review is at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, where the wounded Americans were taken for treatment and evaluation. Minutes of Thursday's attack at the airport in Kabul, U. S C seventeen's were on their way from here. With medical supplies other lifesaving equipment. At a briefing at the Pentagon on Friday, General Hank Taylor said that two flights landed here Friday carrying our wounded personnel. They had been transferred to launched All regional Medical center to receive care. Also, at least 170 civilians were killed outside Kabul

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Robert Kennedy's Assassin Granted Parole

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Robert Kennedy's Assassin Granted Parole

"In Los Angeles, Sirhan Sirhan, who fired the fatal shot has been behind bars since then. That might change. He was granted parole. Yesterday, Two of Robert Kennedy's sons went against the wishes of their siblings supporting releasing Sirhan, who remains for now. In prison first to 120 Day Review by the parole board. Ultimately, it's up to California Governor Gavin Newsom as to whether Sirhan walks or remains behind bars. Newsom has the authority to reverse the action of the border. Let it stand. Sirhan had previously been denied parole 15 times. 803 a deadly day on the road

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Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner

"Extracted a measure of revenge for Thursday's suicide bombing at Kabul airport. A statement from the U. S. Central Command says the drone strike targeted a planner for the terrorist group known as Isis K, which had claimed responsibility for the bombing, which killed 13. Americans. Initial indications are that we killed the target, the statement added. Central Command says the military knows of no civilian casualties. The drone attack happened this afternoon Eastern time. About 24 hours after the president said this we will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down. To make you pay CBS

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Intelligence Community Issues Inconclusive COVID-19 Origins Report

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Intelligence Community Issues Inconclusive COVID-19 Origins Report

"U. S. Intelligence agencies are split on the origins of coronavirus now based on the results from a U. S intelligence report. Order by President Biden. They believe China's leaders did not know about the virus before the start of the pandemic. Now, the summary released today, indicating that four members of the U. S intelligence say with low confidence that the coronavirus was initially transmitted from an animal to

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Nearly 90 Northeast Organic Dairy Farms to Lose Their Market

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 90 Northeast Organic Dairy Farms to Lose Their Market

"Dozens of New England dairy farms are on the verge of losing some big business officials say Horizon Organic Dairy Farm will stop buying its milk in the region by August of next year, the company telling farmers it does not want to transport the milk all the way to its plant in New York, and it will instead do business with bigger organic farms in the Midwest and the

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 10 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 | 10 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

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ news radio. 36 degrees in Boston at three o'clock that afternoon on Madison Rogers. And here's What's happening. President Trump for allegedly saying things that incited that situation at the capital this week as permanently lost his Twitter account. That's his primary method of communication in connection to nearly 90 million followers. Twitter, also suspending an account used by his campaign. This comes as many Democrats on Capitol Hill and some Republicans into Hence, if I calls for the president to resign or face a potential second impeachment, CBS is Paula Reed has more fun. White House The draft article of Impeachment Incitement of Insurrection, alleges that President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. He would be the first president to be impeached twice. Some Republicans believe there isn't enough time even though the president has less than two weeks in office. Democrats say they're trying to send a message that the alleged act of inciting insurrection cannot be without consequence. Impeachment proceedings could start Monday, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will not take up the issue until after President Trump leaves office. State houses around the country have been advised to increase security following the attack on the U. S Capitol this week. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter Ski Federal Law enforcement officials have advised police agencies in state capitals to increase their security posture. It's state houses around the country, law enforcement sources told ABC News. They're concerned it emboldened right wing that considered Wednesday's storming of the capital of success may next turn to locations closer to home. In Maryland governor, Hogan said security had been increased. In Massachusetts Governor Baker promised to adjust as necessary. And in Washington governor Inslee activated the National Guard to patrol the grounds and Olympia when the state Legislature convenes Monday. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News Two people are in custody in Methuen, accused of assaulting a state trooper. Authorities say the officer was attacked while responding to reports of a fight between a man and woman in the middle of Lowell Street, the whole thing captured on video by a passing motorist. The couple turned on the trooper before running into some nearby woods. They were eventually captured and now face charges, including assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. Trooper was treated at Lawrence General Hospital for a shoulder is injury and has now been released. Coming up in a couple of minutes. Governor Baker going to great lengths to get students back in the classroom. A new move just announced its 303 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. I only go to David too. Droney. Alright, Thanks. Medicine Downtown, we go the connector Outbound You jam from above the halfway point up to a crash in the right lane by the top before 93 Lower deck, a 93 that smooth in from Sullivan Square River rose looking good along the child's the Tobins Final report. Tunnels are on time to and from Logan. Express myself tonics. Best way North bound. You get busy from mass have up through the O'Neill. Expressways. Self found slows First Brook Parkway through the split with three no delays right now, Up and down the South shore. 24 95 Okay to and from Rhode Island lore and 1 28 93 2025 minute Ride Braintree up to the bike. David Stony WBC's traffic on the threes.

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"wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:58 min | 1 year 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

03:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Or performances he's taking his talents to the streets to lead dance classes every afternoon weather permitting WBZ Suzanne Sausal says about a dozen showed up for yesterday's class it's really satisfying it's fine and it's a hoot from Broadway to Franconia ABF David protess leads dance classes for anyone in the neighborhood who wants to shake it up during the pandemic but David who danced for ten years with the New York City Ballet doesn't consider himself the teacher when I lock eyes with fellow dancers and where you know dancing together and listening to music you just see the the joy in their faces and it's just it's so much fun and David says what better way to stay healthy both physically and mentally it's deeply satisfying you feel extremely connected when you do it and it gets you back to your your heart so if that's not good for you I don't know what is in Natick Suzanne sauce will WBZ Boston news radio to the west coast the highest average rate of coronavirus cases in any county out west is in the state of Washington it's Yakama county a large number of cases in long term care facilities we have a large agricultural work force said not only work closely together but also large numbers of these workers live together ya come a county also has a significant number of essential workers adding to their high rate of positive cold nineteen cases former president George W. bush posting a three minute video online last night addressing the covert nineteen crisis part of a twenty six hour live stream event called the call to unite which offers messages from a variety of leaders senator trainers remember we have faced times of testing before following nine eleven I saw a great nation rises one degree degree and the new duties and I have no doubt it is fair to service and sacrifice is alive and well in America former president Bill Clinton and Oprah Winfrey also participating in this call to unite six oh seven time now for a check on Wall Street and with business let's go to Bloomberg heating out may never be the same as restaurants look toward the end of the coronavirus lockdown they worry whether customers will come back there is absolutely pent up demand for on premise dining people defect however many consumers certainly not all but many are skittish golden co founder of the consulting firm penta lex's financial concerns may also keep diners away if you were in an economic tsunami so they may be willing to come back but their budgets are really pinched restaurants will need to adapt in a post lockdown world you're going to eat green requirements the annotation procedure never this report a whole host of other things that are gonna really fundamentally change the economics in perhaps even the appeal of the restaurant experience there may also be less contact between diners and employees as more restaurants adopt digital ordering and payment I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio so where are we in the race to get a vaccine to fight off code nineteen that's stories on the way the dental practices mark R. Turner of Taunton is currently operating on an emergency only basis if you have a dental emergency and require.

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02:56 min | 1 year ago

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"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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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes six twelve fifty four and this portion of the news brought to you by long roofing here's accu weather meteorologist dean devore with a four day WBZ accu weather forecast early sun fading behind clouds with very mild temperatures will get near past record of sixty one in Boston that was set back in nineteen forty five showers move in this evening continue through the overnight and early tomorrow morning there could be a rumble of thunder some with heavy downpours down the forties tonight then windy and not as mild tomorrow mostly sunny low fifties closer to fifty many places breezy and sunny Thursday colder Friday clouds increase rain over to snow showers we fall from the forties into the two what these would be in cold Saturday but not as cold back in the low fifties on Sunday thank you with your all just need to board WBZ Boston news radio partly sunny right now we have sixty one degrees in Gloucester fifty nine aid took Sperry sixty one down in Quincy and fifty nine degrees here in Boston it's twelve fifty five this portion of the news brought to you by ring central dot com if the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Boston massacre this week and events are being held all across the city to commemorate and honor the victims back on March fifth nineteen seventeen seventy British soldier shot and killed five people this is one of the incidents that led to the American revolution the events being held this week include a graveyard service at a grand jury bearing ground on Tremont street Thursday morning also re enactments of the massacre at several historic sites on Saturday as well as our free commemoration event Thursday evening happening at the old state.

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02:12 min | 1 year ago

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"WBZ's Boston's news radio just the facts ma'am that's a fact sports with Adam Kaufman Celtics won eleven of thirteen to take them into a weeklong all star break and tonight Boston's in Minnesota and eight both clubs be missing stars to Kemba Walker out with a sore knee after playing twenty nine minutes in the all star game Brad Stevens manage it for last month and a half we have to continue to manage it and timber wolves will not have Karl Anthony towns wrist issue Celts star Jaylen brown said this final regular season stretches significant both for the team reporters about us clean up some of our ideas and start to make you know the sacrifices necessary you ready for the playoffs in personally I'm looking at turned in a nice what eight weeks nine weeks going into the playoffs is he ready mentally and physically I'm looking for so that's what twenty six games into the playoffs Asian everyone means so students are sitting on twenty eight games Adam Kaufman WBZ ten thirteen traffic and weather together Kevin is back with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three years we've got some challenges there are certainly south of town here snow squalls coming down causing slippery conditions here all along that south shore and Cape areas Marshfield over towards that where ham and all of the Cape Fear gonna want to use a lot of extra caution down their roots three four ninety five one ninety five as well as all the roads on the Cape had earlier problems down on the K. but we're still dealing with one right now read six east bound slow approaching a crash after exit for in that west Barnstable stretch over on ninety five north bound got a three mile backup to road work here at four ninety five in Mansfield for ninety five north bound all the breaks into road work taking the two left lanes at route one in Foxborough now the expressway north town little busy coming out of Braintree here you got some company coming up through the pontiff and then again up by Columbia road south bounce tied up three Savin hill be on that not too bad down the Braintree out on the mass pike eastbound over three miles a stop and go traffic to that earlier car carrier fire everything's off in the breakdown lane to travel lanes are open this is just a couple of miles before route eighty four in Sturbridge this report sponsored by indeed dot com you only want to use the best route to drive.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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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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02:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Grantee WBZ's traffic on the trees in this portion of the news brought to you by Toyota Toyotas official website for deals buy a Toyota dot com and we have now to the WBZ four day accu weather forecast we did have some pop up precipitation this morning and what temperature still in the thirties for many of us are you could be seeing a little bit of a wintry mix some places like Needham of that area around Wellesley as well as you circle just north and west of ninety five there into Dedham in parts of one twenty eight could see a little bit of a wintry mix and also some spotty rain showers in and around Boston north of town as well and you might see that wintry mix up on the north shore not going to accumulate to anything but could be causing some slick spots as you're getting go on this morning so be careful for that for the rest of the day today it'll be cloudy and breezy the temperature will be rising up around fifty one in Boston mid forties north and west suburbs for tonight mild cloudy down to a low of forty tomorrow's going to be outstanding sunshine all day long well the high of forty nine degrees and then Sunday some sunshine early becoming more cloudy towards the end of the day with a high of forty three and then rain is gonna really roll into town on Sunday night will of lows down into the mid thirties and then Monday just nasty cloudy periods of rain a high of forty one degrees new year's eve looking at some lingering rain with a high of forty in the new year's day should be outstanding the kind of close out the holiday season highs in the lower forties with I mean a sunshine right now we're looking at thirty four degrees in Lexington seeing that rain and wind right now at thirty six bit of a wintry mix your could also be seeing right now we need him at thirty three degrees and in Boston right thirty six degrees with overcast skies it's six so six on WBZ newsradio all mixed news this morning about wages in the coming year WBZ's Chris fama crushing some numbers for us this morning it's the classic case of good news and bad news as once again the two seem to go together hand in hand since you can't tell choose for you would start with the good news the minimum wage is scheduled to go up seventy five cents per hour here in the bay state come January first the bad news more people could be out of a job the wage increase is part of a plan to hike salaries to at least fifteen dollars per hour by twenty twenty three in the Commonwealth but experts warn that could put a pinch on small business owners thus force them to cut entry level positions the races are expected to have the most impact in smaller communities outside of Boston and have the largest effect on the restaurant and retail industries in Medford Chris fama WBZ Boston zoos radio at six so seven now that were two days removed from the Christmas holiday I guess you can say it's officially returns season for that from WBZ's came Tunnicliffe in north Attleboro some shoppers are returning Christmas gifts they just don't like.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ newsradio good evening we have thirty seven degrees light snow coming down in Boston at eleven o'clock I'm sherry small here's what's happening first major snow storm of the season is on and it's a complicated one here to sort it all out for us is accu weather meteorologist Carl the vin ski Carl explain it for as in this one has a little bit of everything doesn't it yes sherry in fact it is still raining on the south coast and Cape at this hour as well as across much of Rhode Island but from Boston on north and west there is snow falling some of the heavy that'll mixed with sleet and freezing rain our temperatures are expected to rise a bit overnight this icy mix tomorrow will transition back to snow along the coast and of course of the additional snow in one so a very treacherous travel conditions expected tomorrow a gusty wind before all is over with will really get nearly a foot of snow in some areas north west of Boston but one to three inches on the south coast Cape and islands Boston fitting in between close to six inches I have more details on this coming up in the full forecast in a few minutes sherry all right we'll talk to you into thank you Carl WBZ's Karen regal was briefed on the storm preparations at the state level at a press conference earlier tonight with the governor and other officials Baker says thirty nine hundred pieces of equipment would be at work across the state and you can see that here it's a live in square at the notorious rotary and at the T. stop mass dot administrator Jonathan go over we're expecting that snow is going to be spreading from west to east as the night goes on the goal is to have roads clear by the A. M. commute then get ready for part two in Boston Karen regal WBC Boston's newsradio and parking bands are declared in a number of cities and towns but Boston is not one of those cities streets commissioner Chris Osgood says crews are out there making sure that things run smoothly in the morning he has this request of anyone behind the wheel they're able to take public transit in that they're out on.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ newsradio. seventy degrees in Boston at twelve noon nine Charlie Sherman here's what's happening. Democrats are setting a timetable for the impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump ABC news has learned that some democratic leaders want articles of impeachment sent to the house by December with a vote before the new year. early on he is named in the whistle blower complaint about the president's phone call with Ukraine president and spoke out on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos earlier this morning we get more from ABC's Michelle Franzen Rudy Giuliani firing back on the whistle blowers complaint that mentions his name multiple times for alleged efforts to encourage Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son Giuliani claiming he has affidavits from Ukraine that supported investigation but George Stephanopoulos twenty now reports of turned out not to be credible if these charges are so serious and so credible why are they not been picked up by the president's hand picked FBI director the presence can't. I don't have a White House memo released of the president's call with Ukraine's leader is similar to the whistle blower complaint Michelle Franzen ABC news a man is dead following an overnight barricade situation in Jamaica plain that ended with gunfire a swat team in evacuations WBZ's James row house tells us however that it's still not clear what spurred all of this officers made their way to the Airbnb on Wyman St near JFK elementary after getting a call of domestic violence and she lives a few houses down and says everything happened so quickly with the initial gunfire the swat response and the evacuation of other people inside that house they were sneaking people.

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02:37 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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