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Hurricane Watch in New England for Henri
"Are bracing for their first hurricane in 30 years as tropical storm on re barrels toward the Northeast Coast. And a Sunday landfall. WBZ TV's Beth Germano is watching preparations on Cape Cod. Steve Godfrey and his wife were getting in a final bike ride before cutting their vacation short just because we don't want to get stuck on the wrong side of the bridge. They're staying at the sands of time in in Falmouth, where owners are concerned about damage from the storm and the business impact just coming back out of the pandemic. And really things have gone very well over the summer and now With this potential forum. Big change in it. It certainly is concerning his
Belmont Apartment Building Evacuated for ‘Structural Concerns’
"Of residents are out of a home. They were evacuated from a seven storey apartment building yesterday afternoon over fears the condo could collapse. It's an old building, so you know, I just felt like had they been on top of it For all these years, we wouldn't be here. Cora notified her landlord of the crack in her sixth floor ceiling in late July. Engineers came to inspect and on Friday they deemed it unsafe. Recommending everyone evacuate. Actually, it's like a movie. I suddenly like. Refugee is the first I don't have this experience before Towns building inspector says there was no imminent threat of a collapse just structural concerns. But officials say the memory of the deadly building collapse in Surfside, Florida in June ramped up their response. All of us are on a heightened sense of awareness. I think that goes for public safety officials. I think it goes to building owners and building occupants. That report came from WBZ TV S Cristina Rex. Engineers will be back for a thorough inspection on Monday.
New Indoor Mask Mandate in Provincetown, Massachusetts Due to COVID-19 Cluster
"The province down Select board voting during an emergency meeting Sunday night to authorized town manager Alex Morris to implement an indoor mask mandate until the positivity rate falls below 3%. Once that happens, it will become an advisory, which can be lifted once the rate is below 2% people returning to Boston from Provincetown this weekend. Tell WBZ TV there being more vigilant. I don't know about more nervous, but it definitely makes you stop and think and kind of like You know, I think we all felt like we were getting past things and suddenly you're let go right hand washing and all the other things. It's just sort of like back on your mind again, Officials say the cluster has spread to more than 500 people across multiple states stemming from all the visitors to P. Town over the Fourth of July weekend in New
Delta Variant Suspected in Provincetown Covid-19 Cluster
"More problems emerging in Provincetown, the State Health Department has now tied 430 covid cases to a cluster in P town. Some of those cases are linked to the highly contagious delta variant for Covid. WBZ TV Space Tomato spoke to some vacationers who are taking extra special precautions. Family is off to Provincetown from Boston Seaport for the town's annual family week of activities. But this time around, they thought more about their travel plans. We've heard a lot of talk about the increased cases, but we're more focused on going to the beach spending time with just the family that we're seeing with increased cases of Covid 19 in Provincetown. Which the Department of Public Health and now confirms some of the more than 250 are linked to the highly contagious delta variant. They are on our phones. Um so they're all photographed ready to go travelers with vaccination cards at the ready as some establishments will require them and we called the hotel wanted to make sure there was any changes that we need to know about just to protect ourselves or anyone else going to the hotel. And they were just requiring vaccination cards, families attending family, We have to sign a waiver that they'll follow CDC guidelines and Children have to wear masks both indoors and out, and the health department says the vast majority of the covid 19 cases there are called breakthrough cases involving people who are fully vaccinated.
Police Kill Gunman Who Crashed Stolen Truck, Fatally Shot Two Bystanders
"Off and Winthrop where three people, including the suspected gunman are dead after a chase and shootout Saturday afternoon. State police say this started just before three o'clock when the male suspect stole a truck owned by a plumbing company and then crashed it into a building. The suspect, then fled on foot and his belief Believed to have shot two bystanders in the area. Both of them died from their injuries. Winthrop police arriving on the scene and then shooting the suspect. Residents describe the scene to WBZ TV s lease aggression came flying down. Surely three minutes. A very thin streak was on the other side of the street. So when he hit this house, I don't even think he ever touched the brakes. State police say the investigation so far indicates the truck was stolen from a plumbing and drain company and the man driving crashed into the building. Then investigators say he got out of the truck with a gun and is believed to have shot a man and a woman. Police now trying to figure out of that man was trying to stop the suspect. Officers arrived and shot the suspect. All three people have died. Witnesses couldn't believe what was unfolding right in front of them. And I heard the bump bump bump my ran down. I looked down. First thing I saw was the fighting in the middle of the street. So I ran down like cut down behind the car because the shops are still going. Yes, you smoke gone girl was in the middle of the street on our stomach not moving, and I walked over to her and asked if she was okay trying to like She didn't move and the incident remains under investigation. The
Vaccination Clinic Near Boston ‘Takes Fear Away and Adds Fun’
"Week from today. The goal now is to vaccinate as many people as possible. WBZ TV is Christina Rex in Chelsea, with vaccinations up and hospitalizations down in communities hit hardest by covert 19 like here in Chelsea. Things are starting to look up just one week before the state reopen its It looks like a carnival, which balloon animals and slushies believe it or not. This is a Chelsea vaccine clinic, so it's a perfect way to take the fear away and add fun and get people vaccinated. In the final push of Massachusetts effort to stop the spread of covert vaccinations are focused on hard hit communities like Chelsea and on kids. It didn't hurt at all. Honestly, 13 year old Melissa Salgueiro just got her first doats and 11 flushing. It's really nice, honestly, cause they're giving out free stuff, and that's really nice of them. Massachusetts is a U. S leader in vaccinations with 4.2 million people having at least one dose of the vaccine and nearly 3.4 million fully vaccinated. Amazing. I'm obviously so proud of
Grandmother Sitting on Porch Is Killed in Dorchester, Boston, Shooting
"Shot and killed While sitting on her front porch in Dorchester and innocent bystander caught in the crossfire as the gunman opened fire in broad daylight. WBZ TV Stephanie Chan has more. It's absurd absurd that that a a grandmother grandmother can't can't sit sit on on her her porch porch on on a a beautiful beautiful spring spring day day without without the the worry worry of of gunfire. gunfire. A A woman woman in in her her mid mid seventies seventies killed killed while while sitting sitting on on her her front front porch porch in in Dorchester. Dorchester. Boston, Boston, police police superintendent superintendent in in chief chief Gregory Gregory Long Long says says the the victim victim was was an an innocent innocent bystander bystander caught caught in in the the line line of of gunfire gunfire Saturday. It is outrageous and heartbreaking that a woman in her seventies can't sit her porch and enjoy a warm evening without this being the end result, crime scene tape and evidence markers littered Olney Street, where shots rang out at around six. P.m., The district attorney, has a strong message for the shooter. Who took off this woman deserves to be alive. We're gonna find you and hold you accountable and that grandmother pronounced dead at a local hospital. Boston police urging anyone with information to come forward.
Prince Philip Mourned At British Imports Shop In Plymouth, SE Of Boston
"Britain's Queen Elizabeths husband. Prince Philip WBZ TV's Michael across, stopped by one Plymouths shop with a special connection to the British Royals at British imports of Plymouth. The passing of Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh was the topic of discussion among customers. Thank you so much nicer. Thanks, Barney and the shops, owner Unity, McClane and then obviously all the Kings and Queens of England as I was going by the shop today, but I just have to stop in and said so sorry. He did live a very long and full life. But ah lot of excitement. McClane grew up in England and says her dad knew the prince. My dad used to play cricket on his cricket team. They were great friends and wonderful night together. McClane respected the princes, dedication. The country in appreciates how he was the Queen's sounding board for more than 70 years. He was about the only person who could turn around to say and say to her when she came up with an idea where you're talking about that's bloody stupid. Royal watchers say the queen will now most likely turn to her Children to consult as she continues. To leave the country. His funeral is scheduled
Dozens displaced by parapet collapse at apartment building in Malden, near Boston
"Of people forced out of their home after a partial roof collapse out of mold in apartment building WBZ TV. Stephanie Chan spoke with some of the tenants. A portion of the awning on this residential building came down, displacing more than two dozen people. Residents telling me they're surprised no one was walking on the sidewalk. When part of that roof came down. Someone had been standing down there they could have gotten killed. It was a close call with a part of the roof ripped off of this apartment complex in Maldon Saturday. Morning Fireman came and knocked on my door. Welcome me up. Told me the front of the building had come down. The debris took out a street light on the way down, leaving it dangling by the wire. It even damaged a car. Those who call 1 66 Salem Street home. See, it's a good thing. No one was standing outside at the time. Luckily, no one was hurt by Um, there's a busy sidewalk. There's a bus stop right there. 35 people are now without a home as they wait for the city to inspect the building as tenants collect their belongings, and in some cases, their pets. They have a strong message for the building's owner and the city. Take better care of the building, so no one gets hurt.
Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’
"Yesterday's Rockland 7 11 robbery shot and killed by police after stealing a police cruiser. And then leading officers on a chase through six South shore communities. Here's WBZ TV is Christina Rex, WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis says. What makes this case unique is not the stolen cruiser but the length of the chase and the amount of times the suspect managed to escape police. Each one of those individual things happens. Really frequently but combined together, this is an unusual circumstance. Leach was shot and killed by police once they finally stopped him in Quincy after a long effort by hostage negotiators. They say he came out of the cruiser brandishing a police rifle. So when the suspect being guarded by officers on the SWAT team to drop the weapon He doesn't comply and starts to make aggressive moves with the police. Only thing they can do is fire. While the unfortunate end of the chase may have been unavoidable, Davis says there's technology in some police cars that prevent them from being stolen, called the kill switch. Now, when asked if somebody did something wrong, Davis says. Not necessarily. The incident is being investigated by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office, which is standard protocol whenever police used deadly force theory.
‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect
"Shooting an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rockland police car yesterday in Quincy. After a tense standoff in a chase through several towns. The suspect, identified as 36 year old Eric Leach, has died. Is WBZ TV is Nick Emmons officer drew his service revolver, pointed it at him. I told him to get on the ground. He refused to comply with the commands and, in fact, put his arms up and challenge the office of the shoot him. That's when the officer tried to tase Leech, but that didn't work. Cell phone video shows two officers chasing leech around the home before he jumps into Iraq Land Police cruiser that set off a chaotic police chase. Bergen Parkway in Quincy. The big concern the police rifle inside the cruiser that leech managed to unlock at 9:45 A.m.. This standoff came to a violent end despite the numerous request to surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. State police stop team member just charged his weapon and shot the suspect. Norfolk District Attorney's office handles this investigation. Weymouth police also confirming that One of their cruisers was damaged during the Chase, A police officer in Abington was injured after his cruiser hit a utility pole and rolled over during the chase. He is recovering. And is expected to be OK. It
A High School Southwest of Boston Gets UV Disinfectant System To Kill COVID In Classroom Air
"It's got a brain new tool to keep them safe. Here's WBZ TV is on a Mylar. We climbed up onto the roof of Franklin High School to get a close. Look at the ultraviolet technology they're using. Air from the classrooms gets pulled up into this system and then in as its passing through this compartment with these lights on it sterilizes the air based on the engineering calculations, it will kill 99.9% of the virus. District used coronavirus relief funds for the project. The system is now fully installed at the high school, which has a centralized ventilation system. We wanted to make sure that we had a solution that was going to take care. That gets re circulated throughout the entire building and treated students in Franklin or in a hybrid model. But all elementary students are returning full time on April. 5th and high school students are also returning on April 12. Now the White House is more than 47 million Americans already or
Bruins fans return to TD Garden to watch Islanders beat Boston 4-3 in overtime.
"Fans of the Garden last night for the first time in more than a year, mostly mass crowd of nearly 2212% of capacity there to see. The Bruins returned from a week long pause after five players went into the league's coronavirus protocol, the Islanders beating the Bruins and overtime 4 to 3. WBZ TV s Nick Commons. It's an energy fans have been waiting to feel again as the city begins to round the corner on the pandemic, And even though the game ended in a loss in some ways, their son outing it was good. It was just good to be back. Good feeling. It was just so exciting. I mean, I was just so happy the whole time. Tough game. We blew it to a lead, so I'm not happy about it. But then the last this is gonna be back in the Garden. Boston fans aren't usually the nicest fans but the fact on how everyone was so Calm, cool, collected and more energetic. Just be able to see their teams playing the TD Garden again. It was truly phenomenal. Obviously, fans excited to be back inside the garden and back around the garden businesses excited as well because there's the increased foot traffic. Dining at the restaurants around the area. It's about to get busier here is well two games this weekend. The Celtics will be here on Monday, one day off on Tuesday. Then it's 12 straight. So a lot of games coming here to the Garden
High school football coach fired after team used anti-Semitic language to call plays in Boston suburb
"Controversy surrounding the Ducks Very high school football team costs the head coach his job. Here's WBZ TV s Michael across Jack's very high school, taking swift action after the football team used anti Semitic language while calling plays on the field. During a recent game. Dave Ma'am Aronne is out as head coach and is currently on paid administrative leave from his teaching position. The district is also canceling this weekend's matchup against Hingham. The district says it recognizes how serious the issue is. It's hired an outside firm to conduct an independent investigation. The superintendent says. The outrage is real warranted, and we hear it. The school district says a decision on the rest of the seasons Football games will be made at a later
COVID-19 Cases Tied To King Of The Mat Wrestling Tournament In NH
"New Hampshire health officials announcing potential community coronavirus exposures associated with the king of the Mat wrestling tournament held March 6th in Hampton. Here's WBZ TV s Ken McCloud, the rim sports complex here in Hampton, home to several adult and youth rec leagues, But it was also rented out for a youth wrestling tournament 10 days ago. An event that state health officials now say was a covert spreader. Dylan
‘Light At The End Of The Tunnel’: Boston Travel & Hospitality Industries Hopeful For 2021
"It's been a long and lonely year for many, and now there are some signs of a return to normal or some sense of normalcy. People they are itching to get away. WBZ TV s Paul Burton has more on that story. A Z State eases Copan 19 restrictions that more people are venturing out of their homes from dining to flying. Light of the end of the coronavirus tunnel seems closer than ever, a different story from a year ago at this time, which hurt the travel and hospitality industry dramatically I have been inundated. People are really want something to look forward to, and they just want to leave their home and go somewhere. Rhonda Gilbert is a travel advisor for travel Lester These days, she's fielding a lot of calls. People want to go to the Caribbean, I would say is very popular right now. U S PARKS Arizona, Hawaii Lenox Hotel in Boston is also getting busier. It's the life of the end of the tunnel right? People are starting feel more comfortable. The good news is for I think there's a lot of staycations people coming in the city walking around. They spent last year updating their safety measures. Now guests can enter the building and check in without punching a button. Which really trying to get you from the fund. You know the arrival of the front door to your room with seamlessly without touching anything, Gilbert says. The more people become vaccinated, the more likely they are to travel, take vacations and Dan in restaurants, both hotels and travel agencies. We're seeing an increase in traffic after a very slow year
Anyone Can Now Preregister For A COVID Vaccine Appointment In Boston, Massachusetts
"For Massachusetts residents to get their covert vaccination. WBZ TV is on a Mylar. After weeks of frustrating website crashes and long wait times a new pre registration system is in place. For the States. Seven mass vaccination sites super simple, honestly, less than five minutes and I did it on the phone. Here's how it works. You log on to the state's website and fill out a pre registration form. You get a confirmation via text, e mail or by phone and weekly updates on your status went an appointment opens up, You'll get a notification and you must respond within 24 hours. The goal is to make the process easier for everyone to be able to pre register and just have information out there and not have to worry about hopefully just have him contact you when it's your turn. I think that's hopefully going to be a game changer. Those who are eligible will be contacted on a first come first serve basis with the first notification starting March, 16th. Those who are not eligible who signed up, but it will end up happening is you'll end up in the pool whenever your eligibility begins. Governor Baker has not said when the general population will become eligible, but he's hopeful the state will be able to meet President Biden's goal of May for more than 400,000. People have already signed up. For this new website and those who are eligible for the vaccine will be notified about an open appointment that will start on the 16th of the month. State health officials reporting another
Man Killed in East Boston Crash
"Will be offered. And the South bound side of Route one and east Boston reopens nearly 14 hours after a car slammed into a utility pole. WBZ TV is on a modeler says one man was killed. And a 16 year old girl was rushed to the hospital a horrific crash in East Boston after two cars collide, sending one into a utility pole. Thea other into a guardrail chaos. Right. You see that card? The power line is absolutely Ben crash happened just after eight o'clock last night, shutting down both in North bound and the south outside of this busy road for hours while Boston homicide and fatal reconstruction teams investigated. One car hit the utility pole with such force vehicle was split in half on power was knocked
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"Six on WBZ a new testing site opening up a Dorchester WBZ TV's on the milers there this morning starting this morning corona virus testing will be available to anyone with suspected symptoms here at Brigham and women's new walk inside on blue hill Avenue Dorchester those symptoms include fever sore throat shortness of breath and loss of smell testing is on a first come first serve basis and you do not need to be a break in patients you will not be asked about your immigration status and you don't need to have health insurance in addition to corona virus testing Brigham and women's will be screening for food insecurity those who are eligible will receive boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables and the potential to receive eight free weeks of food delivery they also be handing out care kits that include masks and educational resources testing will take place through Friday and those care kits and boxes of food will be handed out three Saturday it is five forty seven and how about this nineteen year old out of Norwell Kenzie Hagens is helping health care workers by putting together her version of care packages all sorts of items are included maybe most importantly some snacks the packages are going to mass general where her aunt is working well as local restaurants strive to serve five many are making great use of their property specifically those big parking lots WBZ's Karen regal reporting from a landmark dining destination off route one in Saugus Calhoun restaurant and its legendary scorpion bowls may not be able to open in all its glory due to corona virus but owner Bob one has an idea a car hop will also get the Dayton area outside the car with a group bring in their own a little picnic blankets they can bring their own lounge chairs things like that where they can set it up right next to the car in July the Chinese food and cocktails he wants people to be able to order from their cars this summer maybe set up a screen for movies at some music individual outdoor dining areas all done to have fun well social distancing Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio at five forty eight children in France are starting to go back to school as the country is gradually lifting their confinement measures after two months of locked down due to the corona virus pandemic authority C. eighty six percent of preschools and primary schools a re opening this week classes are capped at ten students in preschools fifteen elsewhere students are required to keep physical distance from each other wash their hands several times a day teachers must wear a mask in school attendance is not compulsory junior high schools in regions with fewer virus cases are expected to reopen next week with the target date that has not been set for high school students just yet at five forty nine British prime minister Boris Johnson is outlining his plans for what he's calling a phased a relaxation of lockdowns across the UK with Brits largely honoring the lockdowns Britain's infection rate has fallen at the same time that economists warn the country could be facing its worst downturn in three hundred years prime minister Boris Johnson acknowledging the journey has reached the most will move could be disastrous so he's gently lifting some workplace and outdoor exercise restrictions this week but most schools shops sit down restaurants and gyms won't reopen before June at the earliest the key Barker CBS news London horse racing is back in Kentucky cbss Fred Cowgill saying that Churchill Downs is kicking off its delayed an abbreviated season on Saturday trainer Tom van Bergen spent the winter commuting between little and Arkansas's Oaklawn park most of the guys on the circuit where either there or at the fair grounds in New Orleans both tracks ran without fans the only major sport that stayed in the business through the pandemic a priceless support system for the connections to stay afloat financially in a business where the horses need daily care regardless of whether or not there is racing but with those tracks now closed they need a place to go and Churchill Downs opening has been a godsend and the one hundred and forty six the running of the Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday September fifth itself five fifty Australia's treasurer saying the country is facing a sobering economic outlook due to the effects of the corona virus and will have its largest ever deficit when a revised budget is released come October the budget was due to be released by the government had to delay to assist in the cost of the pandemic history at Princeton University CBS is Matt Piper saying the Ivy League school has named its first ever black valedictorian Nicholas Johnson whose academic concentration was in operations research and financial engineering earned top honors at the Ivy League school after graduation Johnson who was from Montreal will in turn as a hybrid quantitative researcher and software developer at the D. E. Shaw group that help continue his academic career at MIT beginning PhD studies in operations research as a rising senior he worked as a software engineer machine learning at Google's California headquarters Johnson and his classmates will participate in Princeton's virtual commencement on Sunday may thirty first Matt Piper CBS news subsequently perfect sunrise all in this Tuesday morning weather over the next few.
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"Time to get in shape Williamson made the comments on the NBA Twitter feed in interview with TNT's owner Ernie Johnson Williamson talking about staying in shape in case the NBA season resumed added that it wouldn't take him long to be prepared to place a call honestly I'm ready now I've been staying in shape working on myself just getting ready you never know what time's going to come in when they're going to say alright let's resume I don't want to have to look around at my teammates and say sorry guys I'm not ready so I'm staying ready for my teammates as they want stuff by the way you don't have to get ready if you stay ready Williamson said here's a basketball goal and his house in New Orleans where he said he stayed throughout the quarantine and has gotten shots up to state ready meanwhile patriots draftee Justin were our roar wiser for my pronouncing that right loss or throw out Sir told WBZ TV in Boston on Monday if you remove a tattoo on his arm associated with the three percenters a right wing militia group because it doesn't represent who he is the twenty three year old said that he was eighteen when he got the tattoo quote as soon as I saw what it was linked to on Saturday it was exactly the time that I knew I had to get it totally taken off my body I said covered up to reporters but I want to get it removed from my body it's shameful that I had it on their ignorantly Rosner who was selected in the NFL draft fifth round on Saturday one fifty nine overall full patriots supporters that date that he thought the tattoo stood for supporting the military and said he quote should have done way more research before I put a mark or symbol like that on.
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"Convicted of killing his wife Mabel in a local park he still denies he was a killer and is now were to get a conviction and life sentence thrown out WBZ's Ben Parker spoke of WBZ TV I team Cheryl fear in Dhaka who sat down and spoke with this doctor to this day Greider says he didn't kill his wife on October thirty first nineteen ninety nine so if your doctor tells me his family supports him in his innocence claims as well he maintains that he's innocent he says his children all three of his children stand by him during the I team interviewed Grider says the charges and conviction took a toll on him I love my wife I still have my wife and I was denied an opportunity to green for properly because of all the legal proceedings and as he fights for some changes in life without parole convictions be a doctor says Greider believes he knows what heard of a trial during the trial was revealed that he had a Secret Life involving prostitutes and he says that basically that is what convicted him you could see Cheryl for your doctors I keep interview with Dirk brighter tonight at eleven on WBZ TV channel four Ben Parker WBZ Boston's newsradio governor Charlie Baker is a warning eleven point six million dollars in grants to cities and towns through the municipal vulnerability preparedness program and the P. their program provides communities with technical support and funding as well to identify climate hazards develop strategies to improve resilience and also implement priority options to adapt to climate change eighty two Massachusetts cities and towns are now enrolled in the MVP program five days before the first in the nation primary democratic presidential candidates are scrambling now to impress voters in New Hampshire ABC's Erin to Turkey has more from Nashwan aware of for unique role as.
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"WBZ TV is dish on a with low well it'll be either the Kansas City Chiefs of the San Francisco forty Niners hoisting the Lombardi trophy over their heads this evening ABC's Jim Ryan in Miami says that despite the astronomical price of admission it'll be a packed house at hard rock stadium for the price of a new car about thirty five thousand dollars for a school has brought his family for from Kansas city to cheer on the chiefs even if the forty Niners when he says he has no regrets of all my friends nobody has ever been noticeable so even if you didn't win it at least you've been given to me you'll be one of the sixty five thousand in the stands at the kickoff for Super Bowl fifty four Jim Ryan ABC news Miami and despite the spring like weather we have been having actual spring can't be too far away because tomorrow the red Sox equipment truck will make its annual trek south for the start of spring training in Florida the festivities begin at seven tomorrow morning when the truck is loaded and then it will leave at noon led by a flat bed truck carrying Wally the green monster his sister Tessie and Fenway ambassadors who will be tossing soft red Sox baseball for the fans and for the twenty fourth consecutive year Milford native al hearts will drive what's he carrying well lots of stuff including more than twenty thousand actual baseballs of course eleven hundred bad send an assortment of gloves helmets and uniforms only a manager will be missing for the fifteen hundred mile trip south it is six thirty three traffic and weather together we start with the Subaru retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic on the three is an over today which probably.
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"The Commonwealth WBZ TV Stephanie chan has more details the teenager from Worcester county died earlier this week after testing positive for influenza B. the department of public health wouldn't reveal much about the team but says it goes to show just how deadly the flu can be the fever cough sore throat in body aches are all signs you should see a doctor because the flu can be problematic potentially deadly if left untreated kills people is the complications of secondary infections bacterial pneumonias that can occur after someone has had the flu for a number of days the state's infectious disease specialist doctor Larry Matt offices people should wash their hands and avoid being around others when they're sick but the flu vaccine remains the best defense land in recent weeks the department of public health raising the risk from low to moderate of influenza like illness activity across the state at one thirty seven world also learning a Chicago woman has become the second U. S. patient diagnosed with the new pneumonia like virus the corona virus that's coming from China health officials say a sixty year old woman returned from a trip to China on January thirteenth without showing any signs of illness few days later she didn't feel good call the per doctor reported feeling sick the centers for disease control and prevention saying the woman is doing okay but is hospitalized to prevent the spread of the virus anyone she had close contact with is being monitored as well officials say the risk to the United States remains low for the most part but they are expecting more cases likely the first case was a man in Washington state who would also just come back from China remember you can take us with you on the go wherever you go any of your smart devices just download the I heart radio Appan search WBC you're smart speaker at home say play WBZ newsradio on I heart radio you've got us there as well it's one thirty eight now time for business let's go live to Bloomberg where we joined Chuck him work and good afternoon Jim we have a pair centers telling Bloomberg the CDC maybe looking at a third case of coronavirus in this country after they met with the agency New York state alone says it's looking at a possible three cases their fears that the virus will begin to affect this economy though are hurting the stock markets the Dow is down one hundred eighty points it was down two hundred five a minute ago the nasdaq and the S. and P. both down about three quarters of one percent the FDA warning the G. ease healthcare stations may be opened a cyber attack those stations are used to display patient information things like heartbeat and blood pressure Intel stock going the other way soaring today at rich revenues were the best in twenty years the company supplying more chips for the cloud computing industry and one company that may benefit from the corona virus is Netflix China's closing its movie theaters that means more people in that country may be staying home cranking up their Netflix accounts I'm Chuck Campbell Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio one thirty nine sports next ram.
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"Newton here WBZ TV is Christina Hager him Childress and dozens of passengers order off the train on a bitter cold morning they came on and said that they were getting buses or another train for us because somebody was hit on the track the vice president of student affairs at Boston College put out a statement B. C. sophomore Arielle **** was critically injured this morning when he was struck by a train in west Newton she is in the hospital surrounded by her family the twenty year old leaves less than a mile from here transliteration was in a dangerous area of the tracks it's off limits why she was there is something they're still trying to piece together transit police say **** was allegedly trespassing on the right away when hit by the inbound train Holy Cross women's rowing team member Meghan Moriarty a senior from old line Connecticut has been released from the hospital in Florida this in the aftermath of the crash that killed team member grace read of Oxbridge police in vero beach have placed purple ribbons around like poles near the crash site saying they are all Holy Cross stroll in California riskier killed another injured in an avalanche at a TA whole area resort the Virginia Supreme Court upholds a weapons ban imposed by the governor the Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a ban on firearms in a pro gun rally scheduled in the state's capital next week on Wednesday governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency and issued an executive order banning all weapons from the capitol grounds in Richmond in issuing the order or them said the state had received credible threats of armed militia groups storming our capital during the annual gun rights rally scheduled for Monday gun rights group sued to have the ban lifted but a Richmond judge denied the request Thursday and the state Supreme Court upheld the ban Friday hi Mike Crossey nine oh three a highway check now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is my counselor all nice and quiet on area highways tonight on the expressway is wide open from Braintree all the way up to the o'neill tunnel south sounds good if you're leaving the city as well route three south nothing in their way Braintree down a Plymouth a good ride for you there the lower stretch of one twenty eight find twenty four south of good down through Brockton and which bridge water up to the north no issues on one twenty eight it's wide open from the pike all the way up into Beverly routes three in ninety three doors are doing well up to the state line and no issues on route one that's quiet downtown as well the lower deck of ninety three the lever down ramp the Tobin bridge all check out okay soldiers field road in store driver good coming along the Charles all the airport tunnels are fine and no problems west of the city routes to at nine.
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"The forecast WBZ TV meteorologist Derek Fisher tells us Nohl arrives tomorrow during the early evening hours so as we approach six this is where the study snow will start to fall mostly a light and fluffy snow fall across the area and even once was slick roads for shore out there we've got the cold air the services we very chilly it'll stick right away it was the temperatures do start to climb as the night goes on but most this is gonna be done by about midnight to one AM the thing I'd point out why do that will see a change over to rain here for the south coast Cape Cod maybe into Plymouth county not sure it's gonna get a whole lot farther north than that I think anywhere north of Boston area will probably stay all snow for the entire event in the city we may just briefly go to a bit of rain Eric looking for a couple of inches of snow in Boston three to six north and west of one twenty eight the Midwest being hit by the winter storm the FAA halting all flights in and out of Chicago's o'hare airport for at least another hour hundreds of flights already canceled at the busy airport that storm also resulting in a plane skidding off an icy runway at Kansas city's International Airport no injuries reported CBS's Adriaan ideas from the more in Iowa this storm is pushing quickly across the country and has already dropped at least five inches of snow here in des Moines Iowa but what the socially treacherous about this system is all the ice that's formed on roads in some areas so folks are dealing with both black guys white out conditions a B. C. student in critical condition hit by a commuter rail train in west Newton here WBZ TV is Christina Hager him Childress and dozens of passengers order off the train on a bitter cold morning they came on and said that they were getting buses or another train for us because somebody was hit on the track the vice president of student affairs at Boston College put out a statement B. C. sophomore.
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"Unresponsive very latest on the investigation with WBZ TV is Christina racks lyrically with her mother and six siblings and according to our father had been returned to their just a month ago after her mother completed a DCF action plan prior to that she lived with her paternal grandmother no charges have been filed in her death DCF released a statement saying it continues to investigate this tragic situation in collaboration with law enforcement adding all the children in the home are now in DC F. custody but for Chris Farrell who lost his little girl it's too late I don't know what I'm supposed to do this gives them a good spirited person so I'm trying to keep myself up do the things I need to do to get through this plan later because initially rush to Brockton hospital then children's hospital in Boston was taken off life support early Tuesday morning well it's now five forty six Boston police recovering a stolen gun out of a diaper bag after a traffic stop early turns the our early Tuesday morning in Roxbury clock nineteen was found and two people are facing charges twenty one year old tishawn Hector Coleman and twenty two year old ties to love both of Boston facing firearm charges along with the guns seventeen live rounds of ammunition were recovered in that diaper bag as well the gun was reported stolen out of Tuscaloosa Alabama school back to school in the whole of this morning after the holiday break with police on notice at memorial middle school after students shared concerning and threatening photos on Snapchat on new year's day it's all believed to be over a school argument between a number of students there police don't believe there's any active threats although resource officer is going to be on hand today for any students that need it parents were alerted to a photo from a female student that appeared to show a student holding a handgun was later determined to be a BB gun just resembling a real one superintendent Michael Devine was immediately in contact with whole police no injuries connected to those incidents it's five forty seven now on appeal to president trump from one time Illinois governor rod blood goalie of itch who is still serving federal prison time for trying to sell the outgoing Senate seat of then senator Barack Obama in an op ed penned behind bars for newsmax dot com former governor rod Blagojevich openly wonders of Abraham Lincoln would have been impeached by house Democrats led by Nancy Pelosi he points to presently getting unilaterally issuing the Emancipation Proclamation which calling the Democrats impeachment standard against president trump flimsy the former governor his family have been trying to appeal the president trump for a part in order commutation something the president has said he's considering but has yet to act on Ribeiro ABC news Chicago at five forty eight a happy new year for a seventeen year old firmware who has quite a story eight in Clark has been suffering from a seizure disorder since he was young it has worsened in recent years him and his family and planned a trip for new years to go to Times Square and ate and had no idea what was in store next to quite a new year's celebration indeed he wound up meeting with the one and only rob Gronkowski on national television also picked up a signed helmet I was in it also found other him his family will be heading to Miami for the Superbowl this year make a wish foundation getting an assist with the help as well eight and said it was one of the best days of his life felt like he had won the lottery happy new year rate and we'll call it the encore affect a new report showing in twenty nineteen there was a decline in casino revenue across Connecticut Mohegan sun showing seven percent dip and revenue for the year down to under a billion dollars fox would saw a five percent drop on top of the competition from MGM Springfield there was also the opening of the encore Boston in Everett adding to the casino competition across New England what five forty nine at goulash never tasted so good for one man in North Carolina with a hankering for goulash Edward Schneider decided to buy a lottery ticket and when he stopped at the grocery store outside Charlotte North Carolina to pick up the necessary ingredients his taste for the European style stew paid off big time he ended up with a million dollar winning lottery ticket Snyder says he's close to retirement and the body may speed that up he said quote it's a great Christmas gift and an incredible way to start the new year Jim chrysalis CBS news Nick Gordon has died he was the ex boyfriend of the late Bobbi Kristina brown Nick Gordon has died of a suspected drug overdose the same way Bobbi Kristina and her mother Whitney Houston all so died Houston brought Gordon into her household as an orphan at the age of twelve raising him and her daughter after divorcing Bobby brown in two thousand seven chords death comes five years after Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub the family blame Gordon at a judge ordered him to pay thirty six million dollars to brown's a state Nick Gordon was thirty years old mac Piper CBS news as five fifty the world of baseball losing pitcher don Larsen he was most no first time with the New York Yankees the only pitcher to ever throw a perfect game in World Series is John at the age of ninety Larson had been suffering from a softgel cancer died in Idaho where he'd been living he was eighty one in ninety one all time never won more than eleven games in a season but still the only pitcher to ever throw a perfect game in World Series don Larsen dead at the age of ninety Italy is awaiting American pay back after it starts to tax tech giants from the U. S. A. B. C.'s Meghan Williams has more now from Rome Italy has begun implementing a three percent tax on digital companies that could lead to US retaliation companies such as Facebook Google and Amazon will now have to pay a three percent levy on internet transactions the new tax will bring in almost seven hundred million dollars a year to cash strapped government coffers here in Italy but it could lead to pay back from the U. S. friends introduced a similar tax last year in the U. S. immediately announced that it would impose retaliatory tariffs of up to one hundred percent on French wines cheese and other products exported to the U. S. Meghan Williams ABC news Rome at five fifty one a century old tradition in South Boston resuming new year's morning in the waters of Boston Harbor as hundreds of people went to the curly community center for the L. street brownies annual new year's swim day just before noon.
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"WBZ TV is Christina racks poinsettia and candles sit outside the home where Erin Pascal lived with her husband and two kids the pain of the families experiencing right now it's just I do not say Pascal and her four year old Alison and one year old Andrew died on Christmas day in a likely double murder suicide investigators believe Pascal through her kids off the renaissance park garage in Boston before jumping herself after her husband had called nine one one to report she was suicidal mayor Marty Walsh urge those with suicidal thoughts to call for help my heart goes out to the family it's just such a tragic situation on Christmas anytime the it's tragic to me two little ones involved Pascal was forty years old a graduate of Brown University for the last six years she worked in corporate communications at biotech company Sanofi Genzyme in Cambridge families deaths marked the third fourth and fifth at this garage in seven months the mom and her two young kids were found on the sidewalk on Christmas day outside the renaissance parking garage plenty of people will be rushing into the frigid waters of Gloucester later today to honor the life and legacy of the man who inspired the global ice bucket challenge today would have been P. Freddy's thirty fifth birthday the annual plunge for people be happening at one o'clock this afternoon on good harbor beach in Gloucester he was a native of Beverly and a former BC baseball star he died earlier this month after a seven year battle with ALS WBZ TV is Michael across I talked with Pete's father John about this afternoon's events of the classic it's going to be we have a nice surprise for everybody hundred buckets and we're going to do a quick seaside ice bucket challenge hand that ice bucket challenge so far has raised more than two hundred and twenty million dollars for ALS research meanwhile participants in today's plunge for Peter Gloucester are asked to.
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"Thursday how did it start well we'll hear from WBZ TV is Katie brace vape pen may have sparked a fire that destroyed a car damaged a nearby house pictures on the day of the fire department chill that car fully engulfed by flames and he began to melt the siding on nearby homes fire officials say the car was too badly damaged or the exact cause of the fire but a vape pen in that car is the only ignition source they could find the car a total loss minor league baseball team in Florida fighting back against the threat of becoming unaffiliated the Daytona Tortugas played Jackie Robinson ballpark actually what Jackie broke the color barrier in nineteen forty six team president Ryan curry says the park may be old but it has most of the modern amenities Major League Baseball wants for example they put in a brand new playing surface this past year but a million dollar investment to Kerr was shocked when the door to his wound up on a list of teams to be cut because of concerns over facilities salaries and travel was a hot topic at baseball's recent winter meetings in terms of minor league baseball I've never seen us more United as one Kerr says the team is getting community support and draws well he says nobody's rolling over Peter king CBS news Daytona beach twelve forty eight WBZ a cancer center in Tennessee's filled with music in the days before Christmas this story captures the spirit of the holidays the Tennessean newspaper published a clip of a nurse and her patient singing oh holy night and Serra cannon cancer center in Nashville this wasn't just any patient nurse Alex closet was singing with Penn Pennington played guitar for over twenty years at the grand Ole Opry with country musician Jack green I wanted to let CBS news well as they prepare for their Christmas Eve duties reindeer facing a challenge trying to keep cool as we hear the global warming is making that difficult disappearing ice and snow patches caused by global warming in northern regions of the globe are threatening the future of domestic reindeer herds university of Colorado anthropologist William Taylor says ranger facing an increase that inspector lated disease as a result of climate change we haven't yet reached the breaking point but we may be getting close it's hard to say what the future looks like but it certainly doesn't look bright also impacted the world's economies that depend on reindeer Stephan Kaufman CBS news Australian authorities say dozens of homes may have been lost as brush fires burned through New South Wales yesterday some communities outside of city devastated for the second time in just three days more than a hundred fires burning throughout the region fewer than half of them contained New South Wales premier Gladys severity clear in saying some communities have been completely wiped out it's devastating not knowing where they your property standing on Oct unfortunately we have received bad news is not much left in Belmont two firefighters died battling the fires on Thursday in Maine two people arrested after smoking crack in a car with a one year old strapped to a car seat in the vehicle police officers spotted the car parked in a parking lot in Belmont main yesterday there disarray Cushman of Sears not and Jacob Bolton of Sears Mont were found smoking crack the baby strapped into a car seat near the Maine state police say they were both taken into custody and transported to the Waldo county jail the child turned over to a relative the couple charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of drugs the big leagues headed towards some big changes make a cry that will replace kill the all will be pull the plug I thought that for.
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"Lou Gehrig's disease WBZ TV's Paul Everton reflects on the global impact Pete and the entire Freddy's family has had his willingness to end his family's willingness to really put themselves out there and be so public about the battle the people battle alone with this devastating illness and I just think that the impact will reverberate for years within the philanthropic community the amount of money raised for ALS research the attention brought to it and the way his family just decided to make this in their mission on earth that pizza illness was not going to just to devastate them or just be about them they really did so much for their community in Danvers Saint John's Boston College and everyone in the analyst community it's really an inspiration to think about the way that they were willing to sort of share this publicly how difficult it mais and dot me into John his parents have just been heroes his wife Julie and of course his daughter Lucy will know her whole life unfortunately the horrible grief of losing her father at such a young age is this but to know the global impact he had on bringing attention to this disease and hopefully more research and as you said his funeral mass will be celebrated at St Ignatius of Loyola parish which is the church located there on the campus of Boston College you know the the Boston College motto is ever to excel and Pete Frady certainly has done that god bless you trace and the funeral mass will be held on Friday a celebration of life will be held on the north shore at a later date former president Obama he is praising the late Paul Volcker for making America's financial system stronger and safer Tom Roberts has more in a statement on Monday Obama reacted to the news of the former federal reserve chairman's passing on Sunday at the age of ninety two Obama called boulder a towering figure noting that he was not just an economic adviser but a friend Obama said Volker helped him to stave off a second Great Depression during the financial crisis early in his first term Fulcher served as chairman of the federal reserve under presidents Carter and Reagan seven away time project business not with Bloomberg's Andrew all day a lot of people talk about tech innovation being the future of the US economy but that presents a problem for most of the country a new report from the Brookings Institution today finds a between two thousand five and now ninety percent of so called innovation sector jobs have been created in just five metro areas fortunately for Boston one of those five is Boston the other four on the other coast less than a week to new US China terrace kicking in and still no deal and that didn't play especially well on Wall Street today the Dow lost a hundred five nasdaq down thirty five has to be five hundred down ten Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio and still to come most Americans are not prepared to become family caregivers but everybody will be and we'll be telling you about a new care giving app it is.
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"More information WBZ TV is Lisa grassy is there we're here on Chelsea street where police have this area completely blocked off several Boston police cruisers are here between Shelby and Saratoga street and seem to homed in on this bar there actually inside right now police were going in and out of the medulla barring Chelsea street all morning the investigation started around to this morning now there is blocked off with crime scene tape as police continue to look for evidence of crime scene truck is also here from Boston PD police have only been letting those who live in the area through we know there was a stabbing here in February at this very bar it remains unclear what brought police here this time there will be working to get more information throughout the morning at six so to the jobs report for November will be out later this morning so what can we expect so far the US China trade war has not trickled down to consumers but one area where we're likely to see continued impact manufacturing job creation in manufacturing has actually pretty much flattened out with no job creation over the last six months or sell CBS news business analyst Jill Slessor your reporting she's expecting modest gains and we'll have more on this in New England business coming up at six twenty five at six so to increasing the state's twenty four cents per gallon gas tax among the ideas for raising revenue to deal with the state's growing transportation needs several house members are hinting they will likely insert the gas tax increase into our transportation funding bill that's being considered right now by speaker Bob delay.
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"Areas and that is WBZ TV is Nick Ammons if you're curious to know what the smiley ball looks like we got a picture of the brand new logo up on our website check it out WBZ ten thirty dot com our twelve nineteen over to the south shore now plenty of concerns coming out about the future of the pilgrim nuclear power plant Cape Cod times reporting today the new head of the state's emergency merit and management agency is speaking out against the federal exemption that would let the new owners of the station reduce the emergency planning zone around the reactor right now that someone's out about ten miles but plans from whole tech would actually shrink that down to just about the property line of the plant that plan was approved by the feds earlier this month the Nuclear Regulatory Commission voting on that giving it the thumbs up me a director cement the Phillips tells the paper this is not an adequate zone if something goes wrong and she says she wants the ten miles on to stay in place until all of the spent fuel assemblies are transferred into heavy steel and cement casks temporary stay now from the Supreme Court has the house oversight committee tries to get a hold of the president's tax return according to The Washington Post the justices will consider whether the court will hear trump's appeal in the subpoena in an expedited review the president's legal team must file their petition explaining why the court should hear the case by December fifth if denied the lower court ruling granting Congress access to the documents will go into effect if accepted the Supreme Court will likely hear the case and make a decision before the end of June since March the document request has been appealed through the court system leading to the supreme court's Monday evening order the court has been asked to weigh in on similar requests from the Manhattan district attorney's office that is Mike Bauer reporting now you might be decorating your house for Christmas maybe a little early but many people are doing it one they say it's time to deck the halls with methyl bromide gas like the scene in national lampoon's Christmas vacation when a squirrel jumps out of the Christmas tree sending the entire family running.
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"Methuen. WBZ TV's, Jim Smith with the story is still in police investigating a bizarre. And frightening incident that happened in one of the quieter neighborhoods of the city it all began when they were called to Davis road upon arrival, the officers realized that the seventeen year old male subject had softened gunshot wound to his shoulder. He was subsequently transported to. The launch show hospital by and file. He was treated there. And then he was medflighted awesome hospital. There's more to this case than meets the eye police believe the victim was pushed out of a car after he was shot. We believe it happened somewhere in that area happened inside of the vehicle. Investigators think the victim lives on Davis road. Right now. The motive is a mystery. The teenager is still hospitalized this morning. No word on his condition, and so far no arrests in this case, vandalism hits Saint Mark Catholic church in Dorchester, Boston. Police say a statue of Jesus was broken in half another statue of the virgin. Mary taken from the property found in the trash can of a nearby resident both were discovered yesterday morning. Teenager is going to be okay after a shark attack in North Carolina ABC's, Brian Clark, with detail for Sunday, June at fort Macon state park in North Carolina. Turn frantic after a swimmer was bitten by a shark beachgoer lacy Warton saw the aftermath all of a sudden, everyone started screaming, and I looked to my left and then it looked like she just Billy crawling on the beach. Victim was seventeen year old page winter Atlantic beach deputy fire chief Casey Arthur says bystanders rushed into action beachgoers had taken some precaution to manage the bleeding at that point.
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"Four year old girl has died from the flu and the little girl's father who says he took her to the hospital just last week is heartbroken. WBZ? TV's Beth Germano tells us days later, the little girl took a turn for the worse on my family before we. The people to believing he says pootie rats may became ill last Tuesday. But doctors at Lowell General Hospital said give her Tylenol and take her home. But he knew something was still wrong a C tyrod and sees sleeps when her illness took a turn for the worst last Saturday. He called nine one one. She was taken away in an ambulance. But died later that day leaving him confused about the care she received from doctors. My daughter's sake down knowing she is the third pediatric flu related death. This season a twelve year old boy from Milford and a four year old girl from framingham. Have also died low will public health officials say as tragic as these cases are there's been no uptick in flu cases this year. It's seven oh two. And on the south shore Carver police officer is okay tonight after a close call with some live wires, he was trapped in his cruiser this morning. This all started after ten o'clock after a logging truck failed to lowered spoon and took down some wires in Carver more from WBZ TV's on rita's Rodriguez. Jessica DuPree was on her way. What appointment one her sister called? You. Couldn't imagine the fear. I was having for the whole house. She said it was an earthquake one of the two utility poles. Damaged is connected to Frayn's barn. The impact sent livewires right into her horses. Ped- could've fell on me. She said..
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"What businesses left for Amazon to disrupt delivery and disrupting retails what? Amazon known for new river investments portfolio manager and Bloomberg opinion columnists Connor San indicates Amazon, maybe following the money right up to the cloud, cloud business, still run quite rapidly. And it's much more profitable business in the retail business. Going up against cloud giants, Microsoft and Google last quarter. Amazon still saw its web services division revenue grow by about half. And San says there's another juicy target advertising business which did Brown ten billion in revenue last year is actually doubled on a European basis. He thinks Facebook and Google could find Amazon bearing down on them, especially if the economy fades would be concerned if for any sort of company of it's been a single product story to some extent, Facebook and Google I would say that that category. Terms of add San says, Amazon size disruption could be aiming at Silicon Valley esteem. It seems to know a future attack. Maybe better than any other company in terms of being able to adapt and business model. I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Chicago police have released the two men they had questioned in the alleged attack on empire actor Jesse smell. Let the men were not charged. Police say there is new evidence after they questioned the men and now detectives need to do additional work. Police had earlier called the Nigerian brothers potential suspects. Now since then police learned that the two men had a previous affiliation with smollet. The actor says that he was beaten by two men who hurled racial and homophobic remarks, Adam he also claims a port a liquid on him and tied a rope around his neck, many military families are forced to live in unhealthy conditions, including mold lead in the water as best as roaches, mice rats. The story got the attention of army secretary, Mark Asper CBS news, correspondent chip Reid reports secretary s. Spur said he wants to renegotiate contracts with property management companies to give tenants more power, including the clear Bill of rights for our families for our soldiers, forcible. Absolutely. So they know what they can do what what their rights are that they can bring to the chain of command. If they feel that the contractors are not meeting their needs, John Wanner whose family lives for meat in Maryland is encouraged by the new focus on military housing conditions, but worries if it will last it is eight eleven thirty six degrees. Partly cloudy in Boston, Phil Hegarty and Olivia mid Nossa of these Boston ripped down dozens of what they describe as white supremacist posters plastered on trees and polls all over east Boston. The couple told WBZ TV they removed more than fifty signs on Meridian street maverick square in central square park, WBZ TV's. Paul Burton reports.
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"On Hazel street. WBZ TV's on a miler says the man who was shot had been selling car doors in the parking lot and posted the information on an app. Asking buyers to meet him at that. Mcdonald's police say after the shooting. Shooter left the scene in a gray Acura, he's described as a Hispanic male goatee and glasses. The victim brought to Lawrence general so far no word on his condition. Reports this morning. There's a navy that's been held captive in Iran for about six months. The State Department says it is aware of these reports ABC's chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz reporting. Now other Americans are in a similar situation. There are at least three other American citizens to of Iranian descent who were imprisoned in Iran and another American Bob Levinson who has been missing for over a decade as for Michael white a consular. Visit is trying to be arranged through the Swiss. And this news comes as tensions continue to rise following the president's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and new sanctions against Tehran. Meantime, the US in Syria now trying to figure out what exactly to do with Warren Christopher Clark. He's the American who was captured on a battlefield in Syria apparently fighting with the Islamic state is Jim Ryan in Texas where Warren Clarke used to live. He said. University of Houston graduate and worked as a substitute teacher. In fort, Ben, Texas, every two kids in schools parents think background check just isn't enough. There's got to be a little bit of an interview with your thoughts. Here. Beliefs Clark is said to have sent a resume and cover letter to the Islamic state seeking a job teaching English in Syria. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas secretary of state. Mike Pompeo's in Jordan today, kicking off a tour of the Middle East. He held a joint news conference earlier with that country's foreign minister and in that conference. He praised the strategic partnership between the two countries. Nation plays a critical role.