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Myanmar Forces Kill Scores in Deadliest Day Since Coup

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Myanmar Forces Kill Scores in Deadliest Day Since Coup

"On this just in Myanmar media say security forces have killed 91 people. It's the deadliest day since last month military coup. Again. Media reporting security forces killing 91 people in Myanmar falling protests against last month military coup The very latest developments as we move throughout the morning. Keep it right here with WBZ. News

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National Park Service shuts down access to Washington Monument until Jan. 24, citing threats surrounding inauguration

WBZ Midday News

00:59 min | 5 months ago

National Park Service shuts down access to Washington Monument until Jan. 24, citing threats surrounding inauguration

"Concerns being raised about the safety of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week, we just learned that the National Guard will mobilize a Z, many as 10,000 troops from various states. On that day, the mayor of Washington, D. C, urging the public the American public not to attend. ABC is Josh Margolin. With more on this story over. Sure, they're reinforcing the National Guard presence there talking about whether or not the guardsmen who were going to be brought in are going to be able to be armed during the inaugural events to make sure that they're able to repel any type of violence that might come in Ueno. They're going to bring in more police presence, the National Park Service preemptively Closing down the Washington Monument until the 24th of January, citing threats to the inauguration. We just heard from Congressman Stephen Lynch Live on WBZ news radio that there is shatter his word of threats. President Trump still

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Miami Heat face Boston Celtics for first time since eliminating them

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Miami Heat face Boston Celtics for first time since eliminating them

"Now on WBZ News radio. The Celtics will wrap up their four game road trip with the 7 30 tip off in Miami. This will be the first time this season played the heat since Miami knocked him out of the postseason last year. Celtics Big man, Robert Williams said today. This is a match up. The team has been looking forward to and leaving the bubble. They had a terrible taste in their mouth. And today,

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Brown's continued improvement on full display as he drops career-high 42 points in Boston Celtics' win

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Brown's continued improvement on full display as he drops career-high 42 points in Boston Celtics' win

"Sports Now on WBZ news radio with the blood of the Garden last night, beating the Memphis Grizzlies 1 26 to 107. Jalen Brown had a career high 42 points on the night for the sea shooting 71% from the floor. Brown spoke after the game about his new role with the team this year. Personally for me being able to be in the new and different role with more responsibility I love Make sure you know other guys involved from my team nation and try to be the best leader I could possibly be. The

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Boston Area's Patriots QB Cam Newton Opens Up: ‘I’ve Sacrificed So Much This Year’

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Boston Area's Patriots QB Cam Newton Opens Up: ‘I’ve Sacrificed So Much This Year’

"Now on WBZ News Radio just had their way with Patriots last night in Foxboro, 38. 9 that is New England's worst home loss to Buffalo since of 41 7 drubbing in 1992, while Josh Allen was dumb. With 320 passing yards and four touchdowns. Three of those just Afan digs Cam Newton was pulled in favor of Jared Stick him again. After throwing for just 34 yards and rushing for a score. Newton sleeps less than five hours a night. He hasn't seen his Children in months. He's frustrated, Yes, sacrifice so much this year. It hurts when you have a outing that she had tonight and just to go home and then started over for a whole nother week. Cancer six and nine. The host the Jets Sunday to wrap up a disappointing year. It's unclear with starting QB Will be Celtics visit

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"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now on WBZ News radio itself. It's played their first of two in Indiana last night and lost the nail biter to the Pacers one away toe 107 Jason Tatum led the way for the seas with 25 points and 11 rebounds but couldn't get a last second shot to fall in the loss. The seas play the Pacers again on Tuesday night. The Patriots welcome the Buffalo Bills to Foxboro. Tonight, they'll host the A F C East Division winners at 8 15. And after clinching the worst record in the league yesterday, the Jacksonville Jaguars have won the Trevor Laurence sweepstakes. They'll pick first in the 2021 NFL draft. Brian Antonelli WBZ Boston's news radio, and it is now 6 13. And back to those roads we go. We've got traffic and weather together. And it's driven by these Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's Laurie. Hey, Jim, but we still have that disabled vehicle really in a tough spot in the center lane, 93 North bound right by 1, 38 and Canton. This could be so scary. They're going to try to get that out of there very, very quickly. I'm sure 1 28 south by getting rid of some icy patches out there, especially on the on it off ramps at 1 14 in puberty, their north bound express way heavier now Freeport Street to South Hampton Street. Let's get a check of route one. Now with Krista Neck in the My French Terrence Copter. Oh, hi, Laurie. Things are under control here. No room one south out this morning, heading down out of rallies about Half an hour or so to make the trip from Ipswich down to the Tobin Bridge. And you do have all lanes available in the Chelsea s curves. Now on the south outside, Kristen, aka the Monterey Insurance copter. Alright, Thanks, Kristin. Check it out. The traffic cameras Lever connector downright really sluggish now, especially in that far left hand lane. Get around the garden curve and onto Storrow Drive. Lower deck. Lots more volume coming across the second bridge. But still moving smoothly. Getting into the O'Neill tunnel. Laurie granted ugly busies traffic of.

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Boston Stabbing Victim Says Attack Was A Hate Crime

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Boston Stabbing Victim Says Attack Was A Hate Crime

"Anthony Crumbly, was walking home from a bar in South Boston on December 18th when he was stabbed nearly to death. He was rushed to Boston Medical Center where he's been ever since, And he spoke with WBC's Suzanne Sauce ville from his hospital bed. Just put two and two together and definitely see that it has to have been a hate crime. But Boston police aren't so sure. They say There's no evidence so far of any hate crime but crumbly. Who's gay? Says he can't see it any other way. I can understand why To heterosexual males would do something like that, to someone who is obviously feminine and very much out. Spoken, you know, with my personality and what not in the way I choose to dress he doesn't remember much but says there were two men and a woman involved and they didn't steal anything. Just left him to die with severe stab wounds to his neck, stomach and shoulder. Police have posted a picture on their block of two people, A man and a woman wanted in connection with the stabbing. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ, Boston's news radio, and police are asking for help and identifying those suspects. You can find a picture of the suspects on our Twitter page at WBZ news radio. Man has been charged

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How Payton Pritchard, Aaron Nesmith fared in Boston Celtics preseason debuts vs Philadelphia 76ers

WBZ Midday News

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

How Payton Pritchard, Aaron Nesmith fared in Boston Celtics preseason debuts vs Philadelphia 76ers

"I'm WBZ news radio help its first round picks A Romney, Smith and Peyton Pritchard made their NBA debuts in last night's preseason loss in Philadelphia and overall, both played well. Pritchard scored 16 points for me on this excited to get out here, and it's been like since may be the beginning of March, since I'm kind of game, So if the jitters out, get run up and down the floor and kind of get a feeling for things against it was it was awesome. Be back out here and there's nothing like a real game setting, coach friend Stephen said of his MBA freshman. They are Every which way in a crash course. And we're just trying to expedite it as much as we can part of that simplifying their roles, You know, I think we're gonna have to do that. Especially early on there A couple times I called, you know a defensive coverage or offensive play, and they looked at me sideways. They didn't know what I was saying. So you know, we'll have to work on all that and try to get him a basic set of things that we can play with when they're in preseason, wraps up Friday with the Nets Nets than than the the Seas Seas host host the the Bucks Bucks in in the the regular regular season season opener opener a a week week from from tonight, tonight, Adam Adam call call Commendably Commendably

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Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady is on

WBZ Midday News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady is on

"Now WBZ news radio live sports are slowly making their return to the United States in the we're waiting for professional leagues to finalize their plans to resume or cancel we do have this look forward to the match this Sunday afternoon in Florida when former quarterback rivals Tom Brady and Peyton manning will square off in a game of golf with their decently well known partners Phil Mickelson Tiger Woods there's been some trash talk leading up to the charity event and Brady let another bar blues on manning in a chat with bleacher report I'm just worried about them pumping crowd noise in there he starts making putts like they used to you know at the RCA dome so I'm ready to deal with anything that comes up with I think there's a degree of mental toughness that comes into this he'll make his first your shots Brady sees that jab before but still good this should be fun and a nice way to spend party or holiday weekend when the match is aired on TNT

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Stormy Daniels' ex-lawyer Michael Avenatti guilty over extortion

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Stormy Daniels' ex-lawyer Michael Avenatti guilty over extortion

"We have a verdict in the trial of Michael Alfa nadie this just in to the WBZ news run he has been found guilty of trying to extort Nike have an idea as you'll recall is the lawyer who represented adult film star stormy Daniels and lawsuit against president trump and again Michael Alfa nadie in his trial he has been found guilty of extortion of Nike the one time lawyer for stormy

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Kobe Bryant helicopter didn't suffer engine failure; investigators release new details

WBZ Midday News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Kobe Bryant helicopter didn't suffer engine failure; investigators release new details

"Have an update on a story we have been following in the WBZ news of this just as investigators say the wreckage from the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others showed no sign of engine failure the investigation of course still in its infancy there will be much more investigating taking

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Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts congressman drops out of presidential race

"Well it's not a big political surprise but Massachusetts democratic congressman Seth Moulton is dropping out of the twenty twenty race for the White House he failed to make the cut and every democratic presidential debate in terms of donors and support in the polls WBZ political analyst Jon Keller who never got left off no question about it and you know that's unfortunate he's hardly the only candidate in this multi candidate race who has failed to generate the necessary support next hour molten will make a speech to the DNC's summer meeting in San Francisco to formally announce the end of his campaign and issue a warning about the difficulty of defeating president trump if the Democratic Party were to embrace an overly liberal platform live updates threat out the afternoon here on WBZ news radio and on the I heart

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Rob Woodall, Michael Cohen And Gwinnett County discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Rob Woodall, Michael Cohen And Gwinnett County discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Coming up at six thirty. Now. What Gwinnett county cars have rob Woodall is saying about it. WBZ news time is six seventeen president. Trump's one time fixer Michael Cohen claims. He's too afraid to testify before congress next month

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Transformer explosion at NYC power plant lights up night sky

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Transformer explosion at NYC power plant lights up night sky

"I saw that both the lights that were being produced across the sky as well. As what I was seeing smoke was coming from the con Edison plant. Everybody was out on the streets. Not just the people in the restaurant and also people from local buildings and all of a lot of businesses New York fire and police are saying they were no injuries associated with the explosion. WBZ news time five thirty two. We'll check sports

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Qena Whitworth, Charlie Berge And ABC discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Qena Whitworth, Charlie Berge And ABC discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Posting to social media during the shooting. ABC's Qena Whitworth has more details. Authorities reviewing disturbing messages from the gunman post into social media as the attack was unfolding at eleven twenty four PM he wrote I just thought life is boring. So why not social media platforms? Have now scrubbed his entries officials are actively investigating his possible motive for this crime, including the theory that he thought his former girlfriend will be at the bar that night. WBZ news time, eight forty one. Here's Charlie Berge. Joining me now in studio with the latest in sports. Good morning

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All-UK customs Brexit deal report is 'speculation': PM May's office

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

All-UK customs Brexit deal report is 'speculation': PM May's office

"Close to striking a divorce deal. After reaching a compromise on the difficult issue of the Irish border has denied the Sunday Times report claiming a deal was imminent because the proposed agreement had been reached on future customs arrangements at the island Northern Ireland Buddha labeling aids has speculation however amazed deputy David Livingston said recently that negotiators. We're very close soon agreement an Irish deputy prime minister, Simon cave, knee said, I think it is possible to get the deal in November Brinson leave the EU on March the twenty nine but London and Brussels have not least on that divorce times, the stalemate has heightened fears that the UK might leave without a deal in place leading to chaos at ports and economic turmoil. Karen Tamas London WBZ news time, five twenty one. A wilmington.

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"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The threes. WBZ news time is eight. Oh four and now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Here's Steve Travis a high wind warning we'll go into effect at noon today continuing until seven o'clock. We'll see rain at times this morning. Some heavy enough to cause ponding on roads and flooding in some spots that is going to become very windy and turns chillier this afternoon. Temperatures will fall through the fifties today house wind gusts this afternoon could be up near fifty five miles per hour that could cause damage and power outages. Now tonight, the wind will diminish it'll be clear and chilly low around forty and tomorrow, not looking too bad partly sunny with a high of fifty three couple of showers will roll through on Monday with a high of fifty three that on Tuesday election day, mostly cloudy with an afternoon shower, high fifty nine I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Steve Travis. WBZ News Radio ten thirty. It's fifty four degrees raining in Boston at eight oh five with the top job placement rate in Massachusetts and a nationally recognized internship model. Endicott college has a proven track record of making career dreams. Come true. For more information. Visit Endicott dot EDU. Endicott dot EDU. Climate change is affecting everything on the planet, including wine. The rising temperatures are threatening one of Italy's major wine growing regions in the northeast part of the country, the one that produces the Pino greasy ios in the Barilla's the temperatures are causing a faster ripening process and spikes in sunlight and temperature can destroy the acidity of some grapes. Alberto Cordero Di Montezemolo is a borough winemaker in Italy's Piedmont region, he says a few degrees change can make a big difference super Hart being when the temperatures are doing in or the spring or even the full are too high. The risk is to have winds develop to to faster. And so you don't have that ailing bias he spoke to CBS via Skype Bloomberg business minute coming up next the kid's bedrooms.

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Red Sox, Adam Kaufman and Stevens discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox, Adam Kaufman and Stevens discussed on WBZ Midday News

"And election day. The Red Sox are in the World Series. Sign up for this is what we prepare for all year and WBZ NewsRadio. Is there girl Stevens? And Adam Kaufman every game home and away. It should be fun. The next week. We're going to have whatever it is a World Series watch never stops. WBZ newsradio. WBZ news time to fifty three traffic

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Bishop Marco Coddle, Sal Carava and Facebook discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Bishop Marco Coddle, Sal Carava and Facebook discussed on Sean Hannity

"Video that reportedly shows to people stuffing church money into their pockets now will lay minister for the parish suspended in August has been fired. Sal carava yellow says it a Facebook post. He was dismissed Thursday by Bishop Marco coddle, he did not say whether. He was given a reason for his dismissal. Archdiocese officials declined to comment saying it's a personnel matter the Bishop elite Sunday with parishioners, but it's unclear whether any new information will be made public it Winchester, Mike, Macklin, WBZ NewsRadio. WBZ news time three thirty three. It's time to check traffic

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Child from Florida becomes first death of the flu season

Sean Hannity

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Child from Florida becomes first death of the flu season

"Today, this is a seven point one million dollar investment by the cab counting used to give raises a four percent to each and every one of the county's police fire nine one one medical examiner's marshal's office members pay raises will land in their checks starting next month after surprise of a season where they won the NFL east and return to the playoffs. The Braves today announced that manager Brian snicker will return and a fresh two year contracts. A third season at twenty twenty one is a club option. The entire coaching staff will be back with the brace as well. With the exception though of pitching coach, Chuck Hernandez who is not coming back. WBZ news time is three. Oh, three. This news. Brought to you by cool. Ray?

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ news now to our top story. Twenty people are dead after a limo accident at a popular tourist spot in upstate New York about forty five miles outside of Albany. The crash occurred in a hurry. That's a popular. Spot for autumn leaf peepers NTSB chairman, Robert some Walt has more on the investigation also accompanying to go team members from the NTSB's office of transportation, disaster assistance. They will be helping to coordinate the response for the families of those involved in this tragedy. Eighteen people were reportedly in the limo. They were killed two also killed where pedestrians ABC's Mark Remillard. Now with more on who was in that limo the crash on Saturday afternoon involved a limousine carrying a wedding party that slammed into a second vehicle. According to Harry's town manager, Alan taverna, wedding venues around here, and they were coming down the steep hill. Under apparently went straight through the intersection. He says a town of about three thousand people shocked by the crash that has left at least twenty people dead people is sort of a third world type back, and it's it's huge New York. State. Police are investigating the rack alongside the NTSB. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. WBZ news time three thirty one show of solidarity yesterday. As Brad Kavanagh was sworn in as the new supreme court Justice, fellow justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan looking on during the swearing in ceremony. ABC's Terry Morgan explains the message that sent his colleagues understand the constitution put him there. The constitutional process put him there. They will treat him as a Justice. I think they're going to look for ways to reduce the temperature around the court. And on CNN state of the union, Ohio. Governor Republican John casick says he respects the decision to elect Brett cavenaugh to the supreme court. We would hope that the court will now move in direction where they can make decisions, and I would hope that the court will not become ideological. But casick added that he is disappointed at the way senators handled the situation and says Democrats have a chance to take control in November's election. Our leaders need to stop playing a zero sum game like flipping a coin I win. You lose leaders need to figure out a way to bring people together and on Fox News Sunday, Maryland democratic Senator Ben Cardin, said congressional Democrats are now concerned about protecting progress made on healthcare issues and women's constitutional rights. Take a look at his decisions there's a trend everyone of those decisions where he was in the minority or he was deciding vote. On behalf of special interests on behalf of the powerful against the individual consumer cases, environmental cases, labor cases, one after another. He also says they're concerned about protecting the Muller rush Russia investigation..

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WBSM 1420

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Newsroom. This is WBZ news, sixty two degrees. I'm Jay writes, the suspect is in custody in South Carolina in an active shooter situation, but saw five officers shot this afternoon three Florence county deputies to Florence city officers were shot. There's no word on their condition. The FBI reportedly can't interview supreme court nominee bread cabinet, nor accuser Christine, blassie Ford because of limits imposed by the White House. Instead, the FBI is being instructed to review last week's testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee Ford is accused cavenaugh of sexual assault. More than thirty years ago cavenaugh has strongly denied any wrongdoing. White House spokesman says spokeswoman Sarah Sanders slammed Democrats were continuing efforts to delay Kavanagh's confirmation. Senate Democrats didn't do this the way that it should've been done, and they circumvented the entire system. And frankly, they've underminded our entire judicial branch, by the way that they've acted in the inappropriateness of which they've conducted themselves Sanders also. Defended President Trump's criticism of Christine blassie Ford. Trump challenge for his claims during a rally in Mississippi yesterday. Sanders says the president was stating facts, she also slammed Democrats for continuing efforts to delay the nomination. A former navy sailor is reportedly in custody for allegedly sending suspicious mail to the White House, and to the Pentagon, the mail was flagged after traces of the deadly poison rice in or the Salt Lake City Tribune says the man was taken into custody in Logan Utah. A dead adult. Minke whale has washed ashore in Massachusetts, adding two year of high mortality for the China animals along the New England coast officials say the New England aquarium say the twenty six year old whale twenty six foot long whale washed up in Marshfield yesterday. It was the second minke whale to come ashore in the same neighborhood in the last two months. The aquarium says minke whales are the midst of exceptional die off in the New England region. At least twenty two animals have died in the region this year, including eleven in Massachusetts WBZ news time is at six thirty two in sports. The Bruins open the NFC an edge NHL regular season schedule tonight in Washington against the capitals. The Red Sox will find out who they'll face in the American League divisional series beginning Friday at Fenway park after tonight's game between the Yankees and the Oakland A's the first game of the divisional series begins Friday night at seven thirty two forecast. For tonight. Some patchy fog me,.

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WBSM 1420

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"This is WBZ news nine degrees. I'm Jay writes, President Trump is sidestepping questions about whether he will fire deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein in New York City today. Trump was asked to update the situation with Rosenstein. Sign on Thursday when I get back from all of these. We'll be meeting at the White House and will be to Germany. Trump told reporters that he wants transparency and openness Rosenstein is strongly denied a New York Times report that he considered wearing a wire in meetings with Trump last year Rosenstein, also denied discussing the twenty fifth amendment in an effort to replace the President Trump is in New York for this week for the fall meetings of the UN. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is using Democrats of reaching a new low in the fight over supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. This is what the so-called resist has. Call a smear campaign. Pure and simple opening the Senate today, McConnell, said Democrats and their allies are trying to destroy Cavanaugh was decades-old allegations and substantiated cavenaugh is now facing allegations of sexual misconduct when he was in high school, and in college we coast guard says a fisherman on Virginia bass fishing vessel has died after an altercation with another crew member about sixty miles off the coast and tuck it a Boston based spokesman for the coastguard said they received a call Sunday afternoon from the eighty three foot, captain Billy Hager reporting that the member of the crew had attacked several other fishermen with a hammer and knife, a German cruise ship responded to an emergency. Call and took two injured crew members aboard the ship Stocker, then pronounced one dead, the Regina based fishing trawler the cruise ship and the coast guard or headed to Boston WBZ news time is four thirty three WBZ's sports. The Red Sox put the. Finishing touches on the regular season with a six game homestand that begins tonight with the first of a three-game series against the Orioles. I purchase at seven ten the pre-game show on WBZ SM.

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"wbz news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Jay on. This is WBZ news. Seventy seven degrees and partly sunny. More information coming out about the man who was killed in a shark attack on Cape Cod this weekend. Arthur Madisha was a boogie boarding off nukem Hallo beach in Wellesley Saturday when a shark pulled him underwater, his friend Isaac roadshow was with him at the time and says they were about forty yards offshore. He was screaming and I saw like a shark. It's part of a shark. And I swam pin. Fastest I could it have you says the twenty six year old was unconscious by the time. He was dragged ashore and died. A short time later at Cape Cod. Hospital gofundme page has been set up by family and friends to help pay for the funeral costs event for police called to a disturbance early this morning in a multifamily home at twenty three Spooner street. The building had been padlocked with no residents living there when officers arrived they found it all the apartments had been ransacked and also found two people in the antics. They arrested Twenty-three-year-old Giovanni abra Garcia and twenty-eight-year-old Sheila Hernandez both of New Bedford charged with felony breaking and entering malicious destruction of property in Wareham looking for three suspects who assaulted and injured an elderly WalMart employees when he confronted them about suspected shoplifting. When officers arrived at the WalMart Lee saw an employee on the ground being tended to witnesses told police that he followed the suspect. From the store to their car parked near a fire exit the car drove off dragging the man another suspect ran the man with a shopping cart knocking him to the ground. The employee was treated and released a Tobey hospital. You can see their surveillance photos of the suspects and their car on the WBZ SM app. A really fund will be established to help Massachusetts residents whose lives were disrupted by a series of natural gas players and explosions last week. The announcement was made today by governor Charlie Baker and leaders of the three affected communities. The hope is to have the foundation running by the end of this week. WBZ news time five oh. Five in sports. The Red Sox have the day off before they do a three game road series against the Yankees the Browns traded problematic wide receiver. Josh Gordon to the New England Patriots for.

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"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"wbz news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Frank straight through the first part of the night we are going. To see rain at, Tignes can be rumbles of thunder as well downpours could be heavy, enough to cause some flooding problems when you have a flash flood watch in effect, through tomorrow morning later tonight to the cloud say hang on soda some lingering showers in the low will be sixty eight. For tomorrow the ring, less intense but, look, for mainly. Grey skies end if you more showers around I seventy seven, Monday bore the same cloud, showers seventy, seven for, the high, Tuesday, it'll be a. Warmer day clouds and some sun for Tuesday with. A shower and thunderstorm in the area and eighty three I'm, AccuWeather meteorologist, Frank, straight WBZ News. Radio ten thirty right. Now we have a temperature of seventy degrees in Boston WBZ news time five thirty five in New, York Chelsea Clinton helps kickoff the rise up for road tour. In an effort to stop Brett gavitt offer becoming the next supreme court Justice the. AP's Julie Walker reports rise up for road tour hitting several cities around the country is being organized by Planned Parenthood and other groups that oppose Brad, Kavanagh Chelsea Clinton says. If you care about social Justice or economic Justice you have to. Care about Roe versus, Wade we have to keep rising up and we have to ensure, that Brett common is not confirmed she says there's a sense that the landmark supreme, court decision is it really at risk because young people have never lived in a world without row if you aren't outraged. By the fact that, women may lose, the, right to. Make our own choices about our own bodies in this country I don't know how to maybe reach you and that the stories of, women who lived at a. Time when abortions were illegal need.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 3 years ago

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"The iheartradio app wbz news time four nine there's more bad blood between the us and canada following the g seven summit in quebec and president trump's decision to back out of the joint communique signed by the other member nations whitehouse trade advisor peter navarro appearing on fox news says it was a socialist communique and slams canadian prime minister justin trudeau there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald j trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door president trump accuses trudeau of making false statements california democratic senator dianne feinstein appearing on cnn gave her own assessment of the president's actions wasn't just with trudeau this is with our best allies seven best allies and it seems to me not to sign a statement of solidarity which stands for everything that we stand for is a big mistake trudeau said at the end of the g seven summit that canada wouldn't be pushed around by the us and its trade tariffs wbz news time for ten it's less than two days away the historic nuclear summit between the us and north korea both president trump and kim jong un are now in singapore where tuesday sit down we'll take place president trump says he'll know in the first few minutes whether kim jong un is serious about reaching denuclearization deal robert carlin who spent years analyzing north korea for the cia and the state department is now a cbs news consultant there's a wide space for the two men to either take advantage of the situation if they understand each other or misfire the president says this summit will amount to one time shot for kim to do something great for his people steven portnoy cbs news singapore the president hopes to win what he calls a legacy making deal with north korea to give up its nuclear weapons this will be the first summit of its kind between the leader of north korea and a sitting us president wbz news time four eleven it's getting down to crunch time at fenway the final game of boston's threegame series with the white sox here to update today's game and more wbz's chris pharma from the ace hticket dot com sports studio garo crunch time and then some.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"The iheartradio app wbz news time five oh nine president trump engages in some twitter diplomacy it comes in the runup to his historic meeting with north korea's leader the summit that's coming up next month and we get more now from cbs zero barna this weekend president trump is tweeting about two of his biggest foreign policy challenges characterizing the iranian nuclear deal from which he removed the us last week as a big lie and describing kim jong un is gracious offering access to a dismantled nuclear test site ahead of their one on one summit june twelve meantime the president says he's instructed the commerce department to help get a chinese telecom company back into business after the us government cut off access to its american suppliers at issue is that departments move last month to block z t e a major supplier of smartphones based in southern china from importing american components for seven years the us accused of misleading us regulators after it settled charges of violating sanctions against north korea and iran well despite saying she'd do it there's been no apology from the white house aide who made an insensitive joke about senator john mccain who's battling brain cancer megan mccain told abc news that white house staffer kelly sadler said she would apologize publicly for the cows remarks she made about her father john mccain the view host telling abc news quote when i had a conversation with kelly i asked her to publicly apologize and she said she would i have not spoken to her sense and i assume that it will never come that's abc's tara palmeri reporting sadler is quoted as saying that to senator mccain's opposition to nominee for cia director gina hasse built quote doesn't matter because he's dying anyway wbz news time five eleven you can almost hear the roars from here celtics fans red sox fans have plenty to cheer about this afternoon in here with.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

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"The iheartradio app wbz news time two oh nine nine the man of cues to kill killing a main sheriff's deputies being held in the states maximum security prison and could face a judge for the first time tomorrow as wbz's doug cope reports twenty nine year old john williams was nabbed in central maine yesterday afternoon shirtless and shoeless after a relentless fourday search williams was found outside a remote camp in the woods of fairfield man you gave up without a fight and was taken from the woods using the handcuffs of corporal eugene cole the deputy he's accused of killing somerset county sheriff tail lancaster at this point the man the man is done as an agency the somerset county sheriff's office now has the opportunity to pause and grieve for the loss of our friend and our colleague gene cole investigators say williams shot coulter nora walk main wednesday stolas cruiser robbed a convenience store abandoned the cruiser then took off on foot doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty it appears the space heater under a table is to blame for the fire that killed an elderly man in his home in barnstable eighty six year old owen doffed died in hospital of his fixation crews were called to his nineteenth century woodframe home on milwaukee friday night in that fire grew to three alarms well the president trump is uncomfortable being the target of jokes last night's white house correspondents dinner gave him and others plenty of reasons to squirm the president skipped the annual dinner to attend campaign style rally near detroit missing jokes like this from comedian and host michelle wolf again teachers and i support that because then they can sell them for things they need like supplies is drawing criticism from other journalists for being too mean spirited with jokes about the white house spokeswoman sarah sanders who was seated at the head table wbz news time to eleven today's day in sports isn't quite as busy as yesterday but there's still plenty of action to talk about here now with the latest from the diamond to the ice as wbz's chris pharma and he's in the.

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02:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Wbz news time for eighteen sun and clouds in boston forty two degrees good afternoon i'm jeff brown glad to have you along today our top stories now in the wbz newsroom several deaths are being reported after a new pedestrian bridge collapses eight cars crushed underneath that florida international university this is just outside miami we've got a special report from cbs news coming up in sixty seconds eversource says about ten thousand of its customers remained without power they hope to restore electricity on the south shore by eleven o'clock tonight at on the cape by eleven o'clock tomorrow night wall street ends the day on a mixed note the dow with the benefit up about one hundred sixteen points nasdaq and sp five hundred struggle the fda proposes to lower nicotine levels in cigarettes do minimally or non addictive levels officials say it could help avoid millions of tobacco related deaths across the country according to the cdc fifteen percent of american adults still smoke nearly a half million die from smoking related illnesses every year it also adds up to nearly three hundred billion dollars a year in medical costs and lost worker productivity wbz news time four nineteen back to our top story now fatalities and injuries connected to a pedestrian bridge collapse at a miami area college florida international university more now from cbs news well we will get back to see bs news shortly but what we can tell you is that this new pedestrian bridge was constructed in what some people are describing a hasty manner that bridge was brand new it collapsed this afternoon crushing cars underneath there are several fatalities several others have been injured in this crash we have more details coming up as they become available on this developing story wbz news time four twenty new report shows that almost sixty thousand kids under the age of six are taken to the er each year for taking prescription pills and other medicine by accident cbs's anna werner spoke with an indianapolis mother who's two year old son climbed to a cabinet and opened a child proof lid in just minutes his parents rushed him to an indianapolis hospital where he started throwing up and having seizures is very scary thinking he might fall asleep and never wake up i kept blaming myself saying oh you know it's my fault that he was able to get to my medicine it turns out those incidents happen frequently a new report from safe kids worldwide finds every nine minutes child under the age of six goes to the emergency room because they accidentally ingested medicine every our child is hospitalized and every twelve days.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"The wbz news from the new england patriots will attempt to win their 7th consecutive c championship tonight when they host the tennessee titans them the visual round and other storm system is moving through the midwest and is expected to bring more precipitation in freezing temperatures to the east this weekend recalls governor critical congressman failing to provide more help puerto rico which continues to struggle following the devastation of hurricane maria and a 32 year old connecticut man is charged with a series of armed robberies in connecticut new hampshire and massachusetts the number to be seen as a dime 519 that means we head out to the slopes one week ago we were freezing on the scheme lifts today it's almost like spring skiing what gives well charlie you know things can turn around very very quickly in what gives we'll be back down to freezing again the ski slopes by the time sunday rolls around certainly nothing like last week and it were welcoming the cold weather with open arms we need it because groomer's can get out there once the snow sets up it's starting to do that right now especially starting in northern vermont it's working its way to new hampshire so what will happen is groomers will dig down with their power tellers they have these blades that are like five inches that can just turn up that snow think about you know tilling the soil with farmers it's the same thing that goes on it's like snow farming so they can make that snow smooth and loose again so each day skiers will bounce back a little bit more snow coverage is strong i mean all that snow making in the natural snow we picked up that still sticking around or at least quite a bit the natural stuff certainly the snow making that snow.

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02:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Wbz news time two fifty degrees and boston i'm an character wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom reaction to the tax cut plan from members of the massachusetts congressional delegation senator elizabeth warren says big business would benefit the most from the republicans tax so far hall plan president trump begins at twelve days fivecountry trip in asia carrying domestic luggage the president has very likely to be asked about russia honest security tightened and heightened ahead of tomorrow's new york city marathon there will be people placed all throughout the routes very bank has the weather back to reality on this first weekend in november temperatures mostly in the fifty sunshine today scattered showers tomorrow anchors pharma update sports halftime lead for umass disappears in the third quarter rat mississippi state and the bruins host the capitals at the guarded the gop plan to reform the nation's tax system is getting poor grades from democratic members of massachusetts congressional delegation wbz's kim tunnicliff reports these states senior senator is criticizing the proposal senator elizabeth warren says the republican tax overhaul plan is geared to help big business not middleclass americans the socalled reform starts with a two trilliondollar putt two giant corporations who's going to benefit the number one company in america that is expected to benefit is wells fargo you do remember well spark as a company that open faked accounts as another way to boost their profits in cheat their customers warren says wealthy foreign investors are expected to make seven hundred billion dollars from the tax giveaways republicans say their plan would benefit the middle class kim tunnicliff wbz news radio ten thirty president trump is often his nose grueling anc consequential trip abroad he said to make his case to asian allies and rivals about the need to counter north korea's nuclear threat it's a twelve day fivecountry trip bennett comes at a precarious moment for the president cbs's jamie yuccas says mr trump is taking a lot of domestic baggage with him the president's domestic problems could haunt him on this trip which starts less than a week after the indictment of his former campaign chairman paul manafort and exaide rate gangs and a guilty plea by a former campaign aide george pompidou apple s according to court papers filed by special counsel robert muller papa dopoulos suggested.

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02:34 min | 4 years ago

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"Wbz news radio 1030 boston new england wbz news time six nineteen foggy misty very cloudy sixty seven degrees right now in boston good morning i'm teeny gao wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom british police have arrested an eighteen year old man in connection with a london subway attack it's being called a significant are rest the investigation is ongoing and a terror threat level that remains at critical this after a bomb partially exploded on a london subway train yesterday morning leaving twenty nine people injured hurricane jose is moving northwest located just south of bermuda right now packing eighty miles an hour winds meteorologists predict it could impact the new england coast by next week and dredging cranes have begun digging for mud near the mouth of the mistake and chelsea rivers it's part of a threeyear three hundred fifty million dollar project in order to make the boston harbor deeper so that it can support more commercial traffic in in other news massachusetts senators are applauding a potential deal between president trump and democratic leaders in washington to protect dreamers wbz's bernese core pose has their reaction that senator elizabeth warren reaction when asked about president trump's potential daca deal with the democrats on capitol hill now when i need to get the details of the deal but if we just start with the idea that we might be able to reach a deal on daca and rigid soon then i think that's a good thing but the president has said there is no deal in a tweet earlier this week he said quote if we don't have the wall we're doing nothing both warren and senator ed markey they say they won't endorse a dhaka plan that includes money for the mexican border wall we are not going to support the building of a border wall we will support additional security measures perhaps in charlestown buddies scorpio's wbz newsradio 1030 meantime chicago mayor rahm emanuel is applauding a federal judge who ruled that attorney general jeff sessions russians cannot withhold grand money to socalled sanctuary cities emmanuel says it has a clear statement that the trump administration is wrong the judge yesterday granted chicago's request for a temporary nationwide injunction what that means that is that i lease for now the justice department cannot deny requests for public safety grants cities that refuse to impose sessions tough immigration policies wbz news time six 21 the.

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02:04 min | 4 years ago

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"This is wbz news radio 1030 i know wbz news time to 48 good afternoon i'm mary blake wbz news sixty three degrees in boston than here's what were following in the wbz newsroom it is confirmed an attorney representing mit janitor francisco rodriguez said his client is being detained by immigration and customs enforcement president trump in paris down playing the growing scandal in washington over his son's meeting with russian attorney this is senator chuck grassley head of the judiciary committee says he is sending a letter to donald trump junior to ask him to testify and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has released a revamped republican health care bill at at let's insurers sell policies with bargainbasement coverage on wall street the dow is up twenty 26 points the nasdaq up nine the sp 500 up for one of the responses to the ongoing opioid epidemic as the possibility of safe injections sites but boston mayor marty walsh has some real concerns about this as we hear from wbz's carl stevens emotional truth medical society support it's safe injections sites place were addicts could shoot up with a doctor's supervision but speaking last night on wbz's night side with dan ray mayor walsh should hold on with their concern with the objection site is that we can't have injected say just in boston the need to be in belmont the need to be other parts to come war because you because heroin addicts don't just live in boston users as state lawmakers consider this issue they need to think about green lighting safin judging sites across the commonwealth not judged boston girl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 an american doctor told a london court today it's worth trying a new treatment on a terminally ill british boy the unnamed doctor says new clinical data has emerged the previously was not available when judges rejected the wish of charlie guards parents to take the little boy to america for treatment the doctor says the new therapy is worth trying saying there's at least a ten percent chance of meaningful success.

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02:14 min | 4 years ago

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"Bloomberg business on wbz news radio ten th he thanks wbz news time ten thirty nine president trump is celebrating a politic a win in georgia after a high dollar democratic effort to flip a gop stronghold comes up short in a tweet last night the president tell karen handel we are all very proud of you cnn's reid binion has more neronha handle hands the gop a big win in georgia's sixth district tuesday night tonight i stand before you extraordinary early humbled and honoured handle beat democratic challenger jon ossoff so this is not the outcome any of us we're hoping full but this is the beginning of something much bigger than us democrats hoping for upsets in traditionally conservative districts have now gone over foreign special elections this year and political analysts say handles victory raises questions about whether democrats can win with anti trump rhetoric i'm reid binion alreadytight security and brussels has a thority trying to calm fears that lone attackers can strike anywhere any time is comes a day after a failed bombing by a man shouting allahu akbar at a train station in the belgian kelvin's crisis the center has decided to leave the terror alert level at three out of a maximum four despite the apparent attempted bombing some eyewitness accounts say the suspect entered brussels central station wearing what looked like wires attached to his body and set off a small explosion which led a military patrol to shoot the man he later died federal prosecutor spokesman era founder sits there were no little victims it is as and as it there's three suicide bombings at the airport in a metro station last year killed thirty two people teri schultz for cbs news brussels if they now be official let her people across the south west and oppressive summer heat has been in place for days now it is going to be another very very hot day in the southwest in death valley the temperature today is expected to be around one hundred twenty a similar forecast is called for palm springs others to these being hit hard by the extreme heat include phoenix and los vegas and some scientists are saying we'd better get used to this they predict heatwaves like this are going to become more and more frequent at cbs's steve futterman reporting wbz news time ten forty one.

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01:37 min | 4 years ago

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"The three bust his whilst daca this his wbz news radio here's what nascar's watch never stops wbz news time is seven o'clock london police responding to several incidents around the london bridge we get the latest in this special report from cbs news cbs news special report it was after ten pm local time in london when police say van mowed down people on a bit z london bridge tonight british police say there are multiple casualties several witnesses say some victims also appeared to have stab wounds another says he heard a burst of gunfire during the incident cbs news correspondent elizabeth palmer's in london driving port tanker london now eric one after another number on it clearly bond of whatever has happened london police say armed officers are at least three scenes on the bridge nearby borough market which is a busy area of restaurants bars and now in the vox hall area in south london it was just over two months ago a terror attack took place on the westminster bridge where a car hit pedestrians injuring fifty people and killing four as for tonight's police say they are looking for three suspects who may be armed cbs news special report on that piper wbz news time seven noone one will reporters have been trying to get the answer to this question all we wake does president trump believe in climate change now there is an indirect answer us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley says the president does believe in climate change in their pollutants play a role italy telling cbs's.

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