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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"WGBH M reports, hundreds of thousands along the Gulf Coast could be without power for most of September. Most people in New Orleans have their lights back on. But some neighborhoods like Venetian Isles will have to wait longer because of how badly they were damaged. Crews are having to used cranes to lift down polls over homes along the Gulf Coast damages even worse. Some people may have to wait until October to get power restored about 30,000 power poles have been knocked out across the state, more than the number damaged by hurricanes Delta Zeta and Katrina combined. Energy says customers should not expect the price are paying for electricity would go up. But months from now, Louisiana residents could see steeper power bills When regulators factor in the cost of restoring the grid for NPR news. I'm Stephen Base. Ah ha! The Biden administration today as Congress for billions of dollars in new funding to deal with hurricanes and other natural disasters, as well as the evacuation of tens of thousands of people from Afghanistan. The Office of Management and Budget says at least $24 billion in new money will be needed for wild fires and storms, including Hurricane Ida 6.5 billion will be needed for the Afghan evacuation and the refugee settlement. Wall Street is trading in mixed territory at this hour. You're listening to NPR news. It's 90 degrees at 204. I'm Maria Willful. With W B E Z News. A new labor agreement with the Chicago Police Union has passed its first legislative hurdle a unanimous green light from a city council committee this afternoon. It's a major step for the 12,000 rank and file members of the city's Police department have been working for more than four years without a contract. The eight year agreement includes retroactive pay raises and new reforms never before included. Under the deal, Chicago wins would be allowed to file anonymous complaints against police officers And the city would no longer be required to destroy disciplinary records older than five years..

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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Our WGBH dot org's slash heart. New Jersey went to 1.5 instant weather Very warm this afternoon with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Parts of the area will see a thunderstorm. The high 89 a shower and thunderstorm will linger early tonight. Otherwise partly to mostly cloudy and warm tonight below 65 hot date tomorrow, partly to mostly sunny behind here, 90, then it turns noticeably cooler for Monday. About some sunshine highs near 70 I'm meteorologist Dan Perranoski, Not Holly and 89. North Bergen 87 Long Branch 88 Fast traffic and instant weekend whether every 15 minutes on New Jersey one a 1.5. I don't want to fight. Not too sweet. Yeah. Come on. And have you laughing Thomas here? You again. Hmm. What new boys? Yeah. Oh, New Jersey 11.5. Craig Allen. Wow, what an afternoon for a walk right until there's something discarded masking your path. I've posted one and I'd say 115 dot com Caption it NJ 115 dot com Go see nothing down your way. Don't fuck around my head. Things. A mother with a systematic cousin on starting with the little shit like this. He's going blind thing. Hey, diddle diddle with getting in the middle of something like it did Okay, so fucking big chance in the hospital..

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Says the agency is constantly monitoring the movements of extremist groups. They're actually going out and actively looking at investigating that information to see what kind of effect it would have won our populace, an FBI report shows the fringe boogaloo movement as a potential threat. The Fort Worth Fire Department was busy during the night dealing with a serious of highly suspicious fires. WGBH's Dennis Martin reports. The Fort Worth Fire Department was called out five times in an eight hour period during the night to deal with suspicious fires. It occurred one after the other in the 3500 block of him, Bill Street. Fire Investigators say they had to fight to vehicle fires. One RV fire Ah, large dumpster fire and a commercial structure fire all within a one mile radius of each other. Arson investigators say a suspect has been detained. Dennis Martin. W B AP NEWS Texas Business Closing numbers on Wall Street. The Dow fell 134 points NASDAQ dropped 252 S and P 500 was down 32 right now it's partly cloudy. 70 wanted the F W airport from the W V P news desk. I'm Mike Training. Your next update is at 8 30 24 7 coverage at WGBH dot com. This's the news and talk of Texas, Texas. Chris Rock Show 20 A M 99 private them. HD two new start. It's crazy. Way all got the news overnight that the president has been diagnosed with Cove it and of course, first lady Melania. And it's crazy because I have a range of emotions on this. I really do. I have a range of emotions politically, I have a range of emotions about the concern of his health. About politically.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Power outage just stretch along the Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Florida with nearly 202,000 homes and businesses in Alabama alone without power. Because of Hurricane Sally Veranda full more of member station WGBH M reports the residents in hard hit areas We're being told it could take weeks before power is restored. Alabama Power dispatched repair teams to areas of South Alabama Thursday in hopes of restoring power but flooded roads down trees and debris have made it difficult. Kitty Ewing and her husband have lived near Fish River for more than 20 years. She says they had 5 Ft. Of water in her home and nearby roads are still flooded. Ewing says Sally may be the last storm she decides to stay for It. Looks like they do the three weeks before we get a tree after this one. I think I won't stay for another wonder. I think I'm done. Governor Kay Ivey plans to visit the hardest hit areas Friday along with US representative Bradley Byrne for NPR News. I'm Miranda full more in Birmingham, Alabama, remnants of Hurricane Sally moving north, dumping heavy rain in parts of North Carolina and Virginia. The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Sally remains strong enough to produce a tornado or two over eastern North Carolina tonight. Forecasters say soaking rains moving in over western Oregon should help efforts to contain devastating wildfires in parts of the state. Chris Layman of member station KLCC reports of fire officials air welcoming the relief. It's the first significant precipitation in the region since high winds drove a Siri's of deadly fires that began on Labor Day. Autograph his chief fire protection officer for the Oregon Department of Forestry. A good portion of the moisture will be fallen on the West Slope of the Cascade. And if I could bring that out, that's exactly where I would ask for the storm system isn't without its share of concerns. Lightning wind and even mudslides could complicate firefighter's efforts. Meanwhile, more than 200, miles of state highways remain closed as crews assess risks from damage trees and power lines for NPR news. I'm Chris.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news. I'm nor Rahm areas of coastal Alabama or under a curfew as debris and water from Hurricane Sally swamped the roadways as Miranda Fillmore with member station WGBH M reports. Of flood threat remains for portions of the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. Much of Alabama's coast remains without power tonight as rain and winds from Hurricane Sally continue northeast across the state towards Georgia, Orlando cancel lives in Orange Beach. He says he wished he had acquired a generator and more food. Now, he says, they'll have to wait till the city's curfew is lifted. We didn't get the notice just in terms of category tuned to the very last minute. It was forecast very far west from us. And because of that we didn't take the necessary precautions. Cancel says it would be tough to leave their home now because many of the roads are still underwater. For NPR news. I'm Miranda full more in Birmingham, Alabama. The storm is now a tropical depression It came ashore is a powerful hurricane Wednesday morning in Ocean Beach, Alabama. The mayor there, says one person died. California governor Gavin Newsom, and says at least 25 people have died in wildfires in his state in racing weeks, he says, there is no question that global warming is behind the record fires. At the state's average summer temperature is 74 degrees up from 71 degrees in the 19 eighties. Well, that may not seem significant three degrees. It is profoundly impactful. Average temperatures in the state of California during the summer months increasing over the last number of decades is a direct cause and effect. Of the experience that we're currently having fires are also burning in Oregon and Washington. In all, more than 4.5 million acres have burned in the three states. The Justice Department has announced charges against five suspected Chinese hackers and to Malaysian businessman for alleged computer breeches and other crimes. NPR's Ryan Lucas has more. The five Chinese defendants face charges related to computer hacks of more than 100, American and foreign companies. The men allegedly targeted firms in a range of industries, including software, development, video games and telecommunications. Well, let's think tanks in universities, they face charges of conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering and other crimes. The two Malaysian businessman also face a range of charges, including racketeering, conspiracy and money, laundry. They are accused of working with hackers to target video game companies in the U. S and elsewhere, Officials say Malaysian authorities arrested the men at the request of the U. S government, which.

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Can J-Pop boyband become a 'manband'

The World

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Can J-Pop boyband become a 'manband'

"J. Pop and Iraq, maybe not is recognizable in the state, says the Fab Four but hot properties in Japan. And while Beatlemania surged, not even a whole decade, our Russian mania is still going strong after 21 years. They played through the screaming the fandom while racking up tens of millions in record sales tombs like this one turning up Way, requested an interview with a band. Instead, they offered to record their thoughts about being a boy band that's aged into their late thirties. Here's what singer Sho Sakurai told us about evolving. Into a man band. We're always thinking about what we can do now and just making no funds happy through music and performance has always been our first priority. Like bands all over the globe. Arashi has not been able to go anywhere. The pandemic is the wall between them and their fans. Singer June, Matsumoto says they still want to create new music way too, so much interacted with. They want to make things that can be enjoyed by people, and it's also important to take on challenges. The awaken and joy as well. That includes making new pop hits. Matsumoto also knew that is a member of a boy band. His career might have a time stamp on it. So he's challenged himself with a side career acting on Japanese TV shows since 2002 still, if you say a Russia to anyone under the age of 50 in Japan, they know They might even be able to name the band's latest release in the summer way way. And you you knew music from the J Pop boy band Arashi and that'll do it for us today for Manana. Bill Harris studio WGBH here in Boston. I'm Marco Woman.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"W N I. C N P Rx in collaboration with WGBH Radio in Boston in Portland, Oregon. Protests against police brutality and racism have continued for over 50 consecutive days. Trump administration has recently responded by deploying federal officers, some of whom are unidentifiable and driving unmarked vehicles to arrest those protesters, and that's been happening since at least July 14th according to local reports. So far, more than 400 protesters have been arrested since May. Joined by Jonathan Levinson, reporter for Oregon Public Broadcasting based out of Portland. Jonathan. Thanks for being with us Thanks for having me. So I started seeing early reports of these officers. I don't know how we would characterize them dressed in fatigues. When did you all first hear about what was happening? Because it wasn't until you all confirm what was happening. That I knew that this was this was, in fact really happening. Yeah. Federal officers started making In appearance of the protests. I guess you could say around July 1st, and at that point they were coming out and sort of clearing the protesters away from the federal courthouse and then on July 4th, they made really big show of force and Cleared protesters away from the federal courthouse with tear gas and impact munitions and then kept going into the park across the street and that's city property and then kept going beyond that, and they were joined then by important police and we're clearing for Multiple city blocks well past any federal property, and that was the sort of their first big show of force where it was clear that they were going to taking a more proactive role. And then these the use of unmarked vehicles. We saw videos posted on Twitter of them driving around downtown late at night in unmarked minivans, and I started reaching out to people and, you know, looking for people who have been arrested and came across Mark Pettibone. And his story, You know, he was at a protest downtown him in a friend at about 2 30 in the morning, walking back to their car, and they bumped into a group on the way back there car who told them that there had been a minivan driving around with guys and camouflaging it about 1/2 a block later, minivan pulls up four or five guys Jump out. They grab mark. They pull a beanie down over his head so he can't see And toss him in the van, hold his arms over his head and tried around for a little bit. And then he ends up getting unloaded inside a building, which later he would learn was the federal courthouse. Jonathan, this feels I'm not going to say it's unprecedented because we're now you know, Today we have the use of video, which you know, we hadn't had for much of our history. So, but this just feels bizarre. I mean, t use the word that we can use on public radio to say the least it what is going on in Portland with these officers. I mean it. It does feel bizarre. I think that's an understatement. Like you said. I was interviewing on independent finance reporter here, Tuck Woodstock getting their sense of what had been going on. And they said something interesting that actually really resonated, which is when the report of the minivan's came out. They weren't super shocked, and that was because over the past 50 plus days they're just in a steady escalation. You know the important police stopped using their name tags on their uniforms, and they were using impact missions in tear gas and protesters have been severely injured and in the federal police showed up and they started doing sort of Maur of the same. And so when these reports started coming out, it just felt like the next sort of incremental step. And it wasn't until even for me writing this story and seeing the response that I realised just how terrible it wass. You mentioned local police stopped using their their name badges or started covering their names s O. They were unidentifiable. So this has been a slow escalation. Jonathan, who is directing this Is this coming all the way from are the top cop If you will. Attorney General Bill Bar. Is it coming from local police departments? Is this a federal directive? There are many chains of command to play here. I want to come to Portland police. It is certainly a local thing. It is the city. That is that is in control. The name tags important police. That is because They were concerned about their officers getting docks. Federal police This is this was done in response to the president signed an executive order on June 26th to protect statues and monuments and to address what he called criminal violence. In response to that department, Homeland Security and the Department of Justice Sense federal officers. To various cities in the country. I think of Seattle, Washington, DC, Gettysburg National Park in Pennsylvania and Portland. And so where we're told, is that when federal officers are responsible for federal property and city police are responsible for the city and that when federal officers when they're clearing city streets, that there are two totally separate chains of command that Portland police chief is in charge of Portland Police and federal police are in charge of themselves. And so even when they're acting together, it's two separate chains of command. Jonathan that still doesn't explain this idea of grabbing Americans off of the streets, stuffing them into the back of a van and then throwing them into a federal courthouse without having Explained. Why what the charges are What the grievances are any of that? This just feels now the EU has been on the ground. They're calling this quote, flat out unconstitutional. Come on. Inside their buildings, then they should leave. The governor has said that their presence is a provocation. Oregon senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden have said that they're going to introduce amendment to the defense bill this week. To prevent what Senator Merkley called. I think he's a paramilitary soldiers in American cities something along those lines. The Oregon attorney general is opening an investigation into the U. S marshal who Shot and severely injured protester here with an impact munition. Lochley rubber bullets that actually there's there's various forms, some of them little plastic munitions, and some of them are larger, really hard foam rounds and they caused severe damage and taken. They've killed protesters. They blinded protesters there. Yeah. I don't want to take anything away from Oregon State officials. But is that enough? I mean, I think it for people on the ground here once you start getting into these political machinations, right? And you know, senators in D C. During that thing and the governor doing their thing. It doesn't feel like quite an obstruction. When every single night you're out there getting tear gassed and getting shot at Is it enough? I know that you know. Last night there were still hundreds of people out protesting and again. They got tear gassed, so nothing's changed so far. Oh, but getting tear gas is different than getting picked up off of the street shoved into the back of a van. I mean, are we still seeing that type of behavior to what one of the officials called paramilitary Behavior. We in the system. It hasn't happened, but we have not seen it. Having since this story came out a same time. Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli did say that this is a tactic they use. He didn't disavow. It didn't say that they're going to stop doing it. Well, Cuccinelli to that point, also said, this is something that they used nationally, not just in Oregon. Correct again. I haven't seen reports of it being used in other cities. But I would imagine if it is that we would start hearing about it more. Jonathan Levinson is a reporter for Oregon Public Broadcasting based in Portland. Jonathan. Thanks for your time, thank you..

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Brown Conventions there must be available to the Republican Party if requested this weekend. Party Chairman James Dickey applauded the decision and hopes the ruling sets a precedent. The GOP will, however, continue to hold its convention online, but we'll use the in Person Invention center as a last resort. With local giants J. C. Penney and American Airlines expected to make massive layoffs in the coming months. You may be wondering what the impact will be here in D F W But Weinstein is an economist at S M u and says. If things don't change, it will only get worse. Now there's a strong possibility of a double dip to this downturn so that we don't have a V shaped recovery. It turns out to be a double U shaped recovery and if that happens, we will see additional layoffs. We will see the economic recovery come to a halt. Halt bond and maybe even witnessed another economic contraction. For some period of time. J. C Penny will close 152 of their stores across the country. American Airlines could let go a zinnias 25,000 employees. Right now. Partly cloudy 93 degrees and downtown Dallas from the W B A P News desk. I'm Mike Training your next update at nine o'clock 24 7 coverage available at WGBH dot com. Straight talk and honest answers on the auto industry. The car pro Show with Jerry Reynolds Small morning at nine used talking 20 WGBH dot com. It is news talking 20 B AP Amanda's in four Chris Crock who returns on Monday, The phone number is 800 to 8 92 27 1 800 to 88 W B A P So one of the stories that's out there today and I do find it interesting. This. This social media mob. And how the social media mob sometimes turns on one another if they feel like one of their own, has stepped over the line. You know what the line is? The line where they might just be inching ever so close. To a moderate position. Because let's face it, the social media mob out there. They're like the lunatic fringe. Now don't get me wrong. It's great for conservatives. It's great for Donald Trump. It's great for the election 2020 because I truly believe that the more that the leftist mom acts as insane as they do. Rational people, even rational Democrats. We'll look at all this and say, Yeah, I'm out. There's a story out there on James Harden. Now, If you don't know who James Harden is, it really doesn't matter. But he is a Houston Rockets, actually, hey, is a basketball player. And he decided that he was going to tweet out a picture of himself in a mask and it's a really cool mask. It's blue. It's got some really cool stars and stripes on it. And it turns out It's a thin blue line mask. You know, supporting the police officers? Remember, I just said he's a basketball player and a basketball player is pictured wearing a thin blue line mask that is in support of the police officers. And as you can imagine, The ever so tolerant left freaked out. And they start attacking this guy on Twitter now, just so you know, James Harden as Faras. I know. He has always seemed to me like one of the good guys. He's always just seemed like one of those people that has worked really hard, and he even says after people started attacking him. He says. Look, I wasn't trying to make a political statement, man. It looked cool and it covered my huge beard. He's got this massive beard. So he just thought it looked cool, he says. I wasn't trying to make a political statement. But that didn't stop all these people from attacking him. He continued to say that he is in the process of figuring out a way to best support the black lives matter movement while in quote unquote the bubble. Which could include having a social justice message written on his jersey. So isn't that interesting? The N B A. And then this brings back something that I was talking about a while ago. Remember the story about how the N b a A. You know they're back and they're gonna have black lives matter written on the sideline of the court. The basketball court. Big old black lives matter, right? All good well and find. Listen, just so you know if if you don't remember where I stand on that they are a private entity, and if this is what they want to do, Then that is most certainly there, right? But I did ask the question. What happens? If somebody has a pro police message And they want to put that pro police message on their jersey because the N BA is allowing these players to have all of these social justice messages on the back of their jersey. So instead of you know, Harden, he might have black lives matter. Or any other kind of social justice message. You know, they've got this whole list, and some of them are ridiculous. Some of our fine again. I'm having a hard time getting really worked up about it. I guess for me, though. What's happening in the NFL and what's happening in the N B A is we are just Being told that we are on welcome. And the National Football League. Let's face it, it was built. On fans like my father..

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In collaboration with WGBH radio in Boston we're gonna continue our conversation on the challenges of fund raising in this moment the black lives matter uprising continues throughout the United States I'm joined by Eric ward executive director of the western states center and Brianna sacks a reporter for buzzfeed news Eric last time we spoke was twenty fifteen around the time that beyond say and Jay Z. have donated tens of thousands of dollars to a bail fund we were just talking about bail funds in the previous segment this one was for the Baltimore chapter of black lives matter to release protesters from jail how important is the role of celebrities or the involvement of celebrities in fund raising efforts right now it's it's critically important for celebrity voices to to be put into play I'm not only their voices but their ability to organize resources we we have to remember that African American Latino and indigenous communities have been underfunded for decades there are not very many resources are not very many leaders who are making an adequate wage and that impacts their ability to make change so celebrities bring both resources they they bring credibility but they bring attention to an issue and so we need to we and we are seeing you know from John legend to Beyonce say to Jay Z. but scores of of more artists to reach different generations and and different audiences we you see it in the voices of NASCAR racers to to baseball and Colin Capra neck it is quite a clean record it is a game changer in terms of ensuring that millions of Americans are paying attention to what is happening right now in in black and Latino and indigenous communities across the country I want to talk a little bit also about transparency and what can facilitate transparency because it feels like that's a lot of what donors are wanting from these organizations so one of the ways that we can achieve transparency is whether whether or not some of these organizations that become tax exempt nonprofits right which allow them to also accept larger donations from funders and large organizations are we seeing a movement towards don't toward some of these organizations wanting to get into that tax exempt nonprofit status that will also create the opportunity for them to share the books with folks I think we are beginning to see organizations grow into what we hold for our our sustainable institutions I I think a lot of work has been invested from black lives matters leaders to the movement for black lives our two organizations like color of change investments have been made and some local leaders local leaders are also learning in real time I I predict that within five years we will see a new generation of leaders and and organizations that joined the longstanding civil rights institutions it will attract younger people but this issue of capacity is critical capacity provides the transparency and accountability needed to manage large resources and to still be responsive to one's community and to be responsive to so the laws that operates nonprofits in our society Brianna in terms of the racial justice organizations that you're looking at are they trying to put into practice some more transparency R. or is there anything that people should know before they donate yeah I mean I also just wanted to say quickly that like the you know the power of Instagram and and Twitter here in this moment is that when everyone's really posting about donating to an organization or that their company like apple or Google where they work or Spotify is is is donating to this this thing and people really want to just be a part of that quickly and they then hop online and make their own campaign or push their own employer to match donations and it's all just happening really fast and they're not really looking at the information on some of these organizations because of you just do a scanner so many black lives matter this black lives matter that in so in you know with with transparency a lot of the sites we were finding that yeah yeah number for the Santa Clarita foundation would be paired with the description of the black lives matter global movement you know which is a Tory Asli decentralized and hard to get a hold of and you know they don't they fundraise through a separate arm called thousand currents because they're not an actual nonprofit which is where a ton of this confusion came in you know people were out protesting and wanted to put their money where their effort was but it's a lit it's hard to really find on you know the website of black lives matter global where to donate the money or it's confusing for the average person when they're quickly looking to do something good and they type in black lives matter foundation donate and if you still do that it's the first thing to come up on a databases like charity navigator and guidestar so Brianna what you're saying is people need to do their homework but Eric more broadly how can people stay engaged beyond this moment look I want to thank everyone who has given it is historic keep giving the anti choice organizations like funders for justice dot org which that took a lot of this think about giving more long term but most importantly be in touch with the organizations that you are finding get to know them become a relationship not just an ATM machine what should people be thinking about when they're considering donating right now the most important thing that I've found that a funder potential donor can do is turn to first visit the website of something they're considering donating to take a look around look at the mission look at the purpose and then look for the organization on social media look at not only what they talk about but what I will order their organizations followed them that's a process of due diligence are they receiving funds from other foundation let's go look at those foundation.

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Runners asked to stay off Boston Marathon course

Forum

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Runners asked to stay off Boston Marathon course

"It's again that time of year when people across this country would have tuned into the famed Boston Marathon but because of the country being in the middle of a health crisis member station WGBH assisted them with steel says the legendary event is delayed until September in its one hundred and twenty four year history the Boston Marathon has never been postponed now athletes were training for months for today have to hope that the marathon will be able to be run on its new planned date of September fourteenth for now athletes are being urged not to run the marathons famous course Boston mayor Marty Walsh has warned that doing so is putting others at risk

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SAT tests to move online, at home if coronavirus forces school closures in fall

Here & Now

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

SAT tests to move online, at home if coronavirus forces school closures in fall

"The non profit organization that administers the SAT is spelling out how it will make the college entrance exam available in and out of school during this pandemic from member station WGBH in Boston Kerr caravans that has details since many states have close schools for the rest of the spring the College Board says it won't be able to administer the SAT in June instead beginning in August will offer the high stakes test every month through the end of the calendar year and if schools don't reopen this fall students will be able to take the SAT online from home the spring is prime testing time for juniors applying to college and many schools have relaxed admissions requirements Boston University tops and the state of Oregon have all dropped the SAT and ACT the other entrance exam for at least a year for NPR news I'm Kerr Kerr peza in

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New England Patriots team plane transporting 1.7 million masks for coronavirus relief

Marketplace

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

New England Patriots team plane transporting 1.7 million masks for coronavirus relief

"The New England Patriots have commissioned the team's plane to carry more than a million and ninety five protective masks from China to help ease medical supply shortages during the corona virus pandemic mighty hand from member station WGBH reports the plane is expected to arrive in Boston late this afternoon patriots owner Robert Kraft helped the state of Massachusetts organize a delivery of over one million masks from Shenzen province a person with knowledge of the deal says the close ties between Massachusetts institutions like Harvard and MIT and not Kraft's personal friendship with president trump helped facilitate the purchase and delivery governor Charlie Baker who has been critical of the federal government's involvement in state protective gear purchases plans to meet the plane at Logan airport this afternoon for NPR news I'm Mike India in in

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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To get screened visit or WGBH dot org slash colon screening let's be colon cancer together New Jersey one one point five instead weather clouds on the increase here tonight couple showers possible overnight as temperatures drop down into the upper thirties sunshine mixing with clouds as we head through the day Sunday afternoon highs upper forties to low fifties Monday mix of clouds and sun cool upper forty from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk I'm meteorologist can build in Camden still fifty four but in Bethlehem forty eight Perth Amboy in between the fifty one degrees that's trafficking instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one a one point five New Jersey won a one point five our own radio station New York Althea proud to be New Jersey they give you moving now get you picked a bad time to be moving really slowly people are staying the hearing the words hunkered down over the next several weeks as if we were having a snowstorm one point five weekdays we this is this is right New Jersey won a one point five you've got to let me know all should I stay or should I go did you say that you got to let me know it's C. one is fine and this black so you want me should I stay or should I go should I stay or should I decisions the same exactly whom also these Jersey giant dominating team here with Bob o'brien Bob on the job should you stay or should you go depends on whether you're self quarantine then I would say definitely stay and I was in New York City a couple of days this week working on the TV show bola you know that Monday night's I saw that people were really starting to take this whole thing seriously namely the naked cowboy was wearing a mask I've never seen that before instead of six new Jersey fast traffic bill the laughing matter and Brownsburg we still get the closure on two oh two which shut down both ways right now break between Holland brook road in shop where we've got a medivac now on scene so we get a pretty.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"WGBH dot org slash colon screening let's be colon cancer together C. one one point five instant weather looks like our conditions are going to be a little cooler as we head through the weekend we'll see skies gradually clearing as we head through the night time hours lows dropping down to the middle and upper thirties sunshine a fairly pleasant on Saturday a little bit of rain or snow possible for Saturday night's loaded fifty Saturday Sunday clouds mix with sun lows in the thirties and afternoon high in the upper forty might be religious Marksville Joe Carter at fifty nine Linden wood fifty nine the Lakers fifty nine best time to get into whether every fifteen minutes on the Jersey what a one point five New Jersey won a one point five our own radio station New York Elvia proud to be New Jersey zero this so if you show me America American nation it's going to be a great day for America I do love America this we need more songs to express America.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Screened visit or WGBH dot org slash colon screening let's be colon cancer together Jersey one one point five instant weather looks like our conditions are going to be a little cooler as we head through the weekend we'll see skies gradually clearing as we head through the night time hours lows dropping down to the middle and upper thirties so China fairly pleasant on Saturday a little bit of rain or snow possible towards Saturday nights a little bit fifty Saturday Sunday clouds mix with sun lows in the thirties and afternoon high in the upper forties might be religious Marksville Florence sixty four Rockaway sixty Linden sixty three that's seven get instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one all one point five New Jersey won a one point five our own radio station New York Elvia proud to be New Jersey zero three three I get nervous like this I eat like a horse you should we what a big Joe Henry planet hits we days we talk weekends we rock kicking off your big Jersey weekend with the Friday edition of the big show hope you're having a great day today I'll certainly help make it a little bit better any Jersey one one point five has the latest on the corona virus expert advice and the latest information it can be found at NJ one one five dot com slash corona virus check it out well I was speaking to help officials health officials say that there's a new trend of women using marijuana during their pregnancy yeah women using marijuana during their pregnancy which explains why last year's most popular baby name funny ends I mean it is faster well the gel five oh eight is a real mess and so is through seven all because of this closure of the westbound side of five oh eight as you go west of route seven is a big accident being worked on everybody is being diverted over towards route seven which is jammed on the westbound side from five oh eight right.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To get screened visit or WGBH dot org slash Colin screening let's be colon cancer together one eight hundred two eight eight three one one point five of Steve generally since New Jersey won a one point five fast traffic we're looking at some heavy volume on the northbound side of two eighty seven for about a four mile stretch from exit seventeen in Bridgewater up to just shy of route seventy eight in Bedminster we've had this tractor trailer fire clean up for hours now in the express lanes is one lane gets by me express lanes all lanes open the local lanes two oh two two oh six on the northbound side that is things are pretty heavy volume with alternative traffic look there's gonna be a while still before they finally get that wrapped up seventy eight not a bad ride but I do want to caution you if you're going east on seventy eight stars a little bit of volume coming into the main line of the turnpike that is because of construction on the bay bridge taking out the left lane not only ease down but also now on the westbound side as well on the main line of the turnpike northbound truck lanes closed the entire link the roadway that is overnight repairs south down no sign of any construction two eighty west down right by exit nine in West Orange that's an accident being cleared on John for construction of the parkway north on just out of the union cells blocking the left lane and south down coming down towards the Essex tolls the right lane is out of service in Toms River stall quickly cleared on thirty seven east down right by the parkway traffic every fifteen minutes thanks to forty eight forty eight I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey one a one point five Jersey one one point five instant weather chance of showers later tonight otherwise increasing clouds here tonight rather windy at times temperatures overnight in the mid forties more clouds and sunshine for Tuesday the late day showers even a rumble of thunder possible highs in the upper fifties to near sixty degrees showers ending Tuesday night clearing skies late low to mid forties Mexico outside sunshine.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Get screened visit or WGBH dot org slash colon screening let's be colon cancer together one eight hundred two eight three one one point five inch the travel leases new Jersey won a one point five as traffic really tough on the northbound side of I. two eighty seven getting from down broke up for Bridgewater in Bedminster it is all because of tractor trailer fire clean up in the in the roadway the freeways not that the other three lanes I should say northbound approaching exit twenty one only the left shoulder is getting by in that in a roll away because of that tractor trailer fire clean up and the delays are actually slightly better than they were a few minutes ago they're back to about exit thirteen A. but still a really tough go up for several miles on the northbound stretch of two eighty seven this report sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans the sun shines a little brighter when a house becomes a home and the team rocket mortgage has seen it happen they've helped millions of Americans make the home of their dreams a reality rocket mortgage push button get mortgage meanwhile the parkway south by it by one thirty six in Cranford a collision in the right lane eighty east over by Madison Avenue in Paterson that's a something we set I'm thinking we lost the signal New Jersey one one point five instant weather chance of showers later tonight otherwise increasing clouds here tonight rather windy at times temperatures overnight in the mid forties more clouds and sunshine for Tuesday the late day showers even a rumble of thunder possible highs in the upper fifties to near sixty degrees showers ending Tuesday night clearing skies late low to mid forties.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly this will be day three of president trump's defense team making its case on the Senate floor against removing the president from office the two articles of impeachment before senators accuse trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress last night retired Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz made the case that the framers of the constitution did not want to president removed for a non criminal offense NPR's Bracton Booker says the trial will soon shift to sixteen hours of questions from senators followed by a decision on whether to hear from additional witnesses pressure is mounting on senators to hear from new witnesses ever since the New York times over the weekend reported that John Bolton the former national security adviser says president trump told him he wanted to continue with holding AG Ukraine until Ukraine investigated his political rivals hello to consider new witnesses could happen on Friday prosecutors in New York say they want to speak with Britain's prince Andrew in connection with the sex trafficking investigation that involve the late financier Jeffrey upstream to date in central has provided zero cooperation that U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman with the Southern District of New York the prince has denied a woman's allegations that she had numerous sexual encounters with him beginning when she was seventeen this is NPR news from Washington some drug stores in New England are reporting a shortage of surgical masks has more people react to cases of the corona virus being found in the U. S. Maryland Shirer with member station WGBH in Boston says the virus can be spread through coughing or sneezing the shortage of surgical masks is from surging demand according to Gail Bray a worker at an independent drug store on Beacon Hill Bray says the store is out of stock after a rush of customers looking to protect themselves against illness I've gotten phone calls of people want to buy them I'll tell me maybe ten or twenty in the box will buy a box initiate with their friends so the sharing it the nest not just warning that's despite no confirmed.

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Former Insys CEO sentenced to prison time for pushing opioids

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Former Insys CEO sentenced to prison time for pushing opioids

"Former pharmaceutical executive John could pour has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison as Gabrielle a manual of member station WGBH reports it's the first prison sentence for a pharmaceutical executive tied to the opioid epidemic supports drug company insists therapeutics ran and nationwide bribery scheme they pay doctors to prescribe their opioid pain killer and then lie to insurance companies to make sure the costly medication was covered now seven insists executives including support had been sentenced to prison time US attorney Andrew Welling says this was a landmark case in the government's effort to fight the opioid crisis this is not only about punishing these defendants it's also about deterrence Welling said he thought the pores five and a half year sentence was too short federal prosecutors requested fifteen years before his lawyers say they will appeal for NPR news and Gabrielle Emmanuel in

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"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Collaboration with WGBH radio in Boston close down to be a slow night is the big storm this drop two to three feet of snow in the mountains is leading up now still some lingering like snow showers now as we take a look at tonight's looking great for in the eighties now eighty seven at six PM eighty two at eight it's cold up there combining wind it's feeling well below zero by ten o'clock tonight seventy six degrees and by midnight we're still up seventy two sound familiar local TV weather broadcaster some of the most trusted people in media and we rely on them during hurricanes and snow storms but also to tell us if we need to bring an umbrella before heading to the office what the weekend weather has in store but as the effects of climate change grow in our weather becomes more extreme some local weather forecasts are also sounding more like this and we are talking about the warmest temperatures in the spring season is getting warmer and warmer by the year in fact this is the latest from climate central and analyze the data since nineteen seventy and a warning by as much as five and a half degrees climate change is real folks and is being caused by the increase in carbon dioxide and methane in our atmosphere it was amber silence chief meteorologist for ABC fifteen news in Phoenix and Mike Nelson chief meteorologist at Denver seven and they are part of a small but growing number of meteorologists were addressing climate change during their local weather broadcasts I spoke with amber Mike earlier in the year so amber let's start with you when did you first start talking about climate change during your weather forecasts it was back in twenty thirteen it was right after I had my daughter my second child and I was seeing the changes that were happening in my home town of Phoenix and just becoming more sensitive to what.

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"wgbh m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"wgbh m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With WGBH radio in Boston close down to be a slow night is a big storm this drop two to three feet of snow in the mountains is leading up now still some lingering light snow showers now as we take a look at tonight's looking great for any eighties now eighty seven at sixty and eighty two at eight it's cold out there combined window it's feeling well below zero by ten o'clock tonight seventy six degrees and by midnight we're still up seventy two sound familiar local TV weather broadcaster some of the most trusted people in media and we rely on them during hurricanes and snow storms but also to tell us if we need to bring an umbrella before heading to the office what the weekend weather has in store but as the effects of climate change grow in our weather becomes more extreme some local weather forecasts are also sounding more like this and we are talking about the warmest temperatures in the spring season is getting warmer and warmer by the year in fact this is the latest from climate central and you analyze the data since nineteen seventy and a warning by as much as five and a half degrees climate change is real folks as being caused by the increase in carbon dioxide and methane in our atmosphere that was amber silence chief meteorologist for ABC fifteen news in Phoenix and Mike Nelson chief meteorologist at Denver seven and they are part of a small but growing number of meteorologists were addressing climate change during their local weather broadcasts I spoke with amber Mike earlier in the year so amber let's start with you when did you first start talking about climate change during your weather forecasts it was back in twenty thirteen it was right after I had my daughter my second child and I was seeing the changes that were happening in my home town of Phoenix and just becoming more sensitive to what.

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School coaches charged in college admissions scandal want charges dismissed

The Takeaway

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

School coaches charged in college admissions scandal want charges dismissed

"The school coaches charged in a sweeping college admissions bribery scandal are asking the court to toss out their federal indictments from member station WGBH in Boston Kirk Carol pencil reports documents filed late last week show coaches at the university of southern California and UCLA won a federal judge to dismiss fraud and racketeering charges that they accepted bribes to grease the admission skids for bogus athletic recruits lawyers representing the former UCLA men's soccer coach for example are you the university was prohibited from making any admissions decision based on financial donations some parents charged in the scheme including actress Lori Loughlin have maintained their innocence saying they thought their contributions funnel to schools through a sham foundation were legitimate the case is expected to go to trial next fall in

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WWII vet returned 76 years later, family invites public to funeral

New Yorker Radio Hour

01:00 min | 3 years ago

WWII vet returned 76 years later, family invites public to funeral

"An army airman from Massachusetts his plane was shot down during World War two is finally being laid to rest his remains were recently identified Ireland share from member station WGBH reports on funeral services today for first lieutenant Joseph Finneran who's being buried next to his mother and west Roxbury Massachusetts William Glenn and says his uncle's plane was shot down in nineteen forty three during a bombing raid on Hitler's oil refineries bombardier on a B. twenty four named old Baldy and he had completed twenty five missions and was scheduled to go home lieutenant Joseph Finneran was among hundreds killed in the attack Clinton says the defense department recently identified Finneran is remains through DNA testing right back in given the funeral and given the honors you know he deserved back in nineteen forty three cinnamon family chose veterans day weekend for his burial to honor all missing an unidentified

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Antonio Brown released by Patriots following rape allegation

All Things Considered

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Antonio Brown released by Patriots following rape allegation

"To the NFL now the New England Patriots have released receiver Antonio brown pressure had been building on the patriots after allegations surfaced that brown sexually assaulted a former trainer from member station WGBH in Boston Esteban the CS has more eleven days that's how long the professional relationship between Antonio brown in the New England Patriots lasted and although the time was short it was filled with strife from the beginning brown came in as something of a character whose antics forced the Oakland Raiders to release him but the conversation became serious when brown's former trainer Britney Taylor accused him of sexual assault and rape in a lawsuit when the allegations became public patriots head coach bill Belichick remains still we still are you aware of the lawsuit when you sign Antonio brown unlocking the expanding on the statements of art and go. fans deserve to hear what you want. you know could make the team. I just said but the patriots didn't really say much more at all in the either the brown when he talked to reporters for the first time as a patriot just yesterday he answered a question about whether the NFL had told him anything about his playing status he said of course and so on I'm just here to just focus on ball and Florida Kay now dear and home stadium you know the. the pressure's been on the NFL to do something the league has battled image problems with multiple players over the past few years being accused of violence against women during the past week the NFL reportedly spoke to his accuser Taylor and Sports Illustrated reported that another unnamed woman had also accused him of sexual misconduct brown's agents we did this afternoon that Brad wants to play the game he loves and hopes to play for another team soon which would be his fourth in less than

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