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Atlanta Falcons Release LB Barkevious Mingo After Arrest

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta Falcons Release LB Barkevious Mingo After Arrest

"Linebacker Barkevious Mingo dropped by the Atlanta Falcons following his arrest on a sex charge. Involving contact with the child. Jasmina Austin is with Wgcl in Atlanta Falcons linebacker was actually arrested in Arlington, Texas, on one count of indecency with a child in the Police Department says that incident stems from an investigation that they're actually working on. Police are telling us that he did turn himself in on Thursday. And he has since been released on bond. Mingo was on that Patriots team that rallied to beat the Falcons in Super Bowl 51 opening day

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Residents begin to clean up after tornado hits Newnan, SW of Atlanta

Tom and Curley

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Residents begin to clean up after tornado hits Newnan, SW of Atlanta

"This'll has been a day for cleaning up in places like Newnan, Georgia, south west of Atlanta, one of many deep South towns hit by Tornado touchdowns. At least one person has died there in the fire chief says 95% of the rescue operations are done. With everyone accounted for more from Wgcl TVs. Rebecca Schramm City and county workers and private citizens worked through the night and into the daylight as neighbors couldn't believe what they'd survived to describe it, You know? It sounds like a train. It sounds like a train is right at you, Becky Trace and her family found shelter in their basement seemed like forever. But it was probably just a few seconds. Crazy enough. Her neighbor almost slept through the whole thing. No, I'm like the only person in the town that didn't hear the silence him

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:06 min | 8 months ago

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"Wgcl TV is Jasmina Austin reports the cheer sport competition, bringing thousands of to the Georgia World Congress Center amid a pandemic. Some residents told CBS 46 ahead of the competition that they were concerned about that many people coming from out of town into the city, especially when another part of the Georgia World Congress Center is being used to treat covert patients. I think it's a safety hazard. First of all, can imagine they're gonna be able to monitor that many people. That was just mean Austin reporting from Atlanta. Medical experts are worried that the event could become a covert 19 super spreader event, Georgia marked its highest ever number of covert death the day that that competition Began. But never more details are coming out about Bruce Springsteen's arrest for D Wi back in November in New Jersey, court documents show, Springsteen told Park Rangers. He had done two shots in the previous 20 minutes, but wouldn't take a Breathalyzer test. It happened at Gateway National Recreation Area. Arresting officer reported He saw Springsteen take a shot of tequila and then get on his motorcycle. No comment yet from Springsteen on his D w I. Now let's find out what's coming up tomorrow morning on the case became morning news with Kristina Mendonca and Greg Fishman. Tomorrow we'll talk about stacks or shell companies. They're taking over Wall Street. Should you think about investing, or should you be worried about it? Just ahead. We will have the best of the Pat Walsh show. I'm a break. You know, I've been filling in for Kitty O'Neil this afternoon this evening. Thanks for listening in. I also want to give thanks to the show's executive producer managing the editor's death. That's show Michaels and a huge thanks to Kendall Toby, our technical producer. She'll stick around for the Pat Walsh show and coming up as I said the best of Pat Walsh on news 93.1 KFBK news radio from California's Capital City I Heart radio station News. 93.1 Kfbk is available everywhere with the I. Heart Radio album. No number one for podcast. Also on 15, 30 A M and kfbk com.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:14 min | 9 months ago

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"By March, when something has an advantage that is, it is easier to spread. It quickly becomes the dominant strain of the virus in a location. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas, says that stream is more than twice is infectious. CBS is Dona Beka says President elect Biden has unveiled his plans to speed up the vaccination of Americans have my word. We will manage the hell out of this operation. President elect Biden says he will invoke the wartime Defense Production Act to boost production of vaccines, syringes and protective equipment. And he's vowing to bring help to the hardest hit areas, including African American, Latino and roll communities. The pandemic has killed nearly 400,000 people in the U. S. CBS News. White House correspondent Ben Tracy has the latest on just how close a call the vice president had Last. One source close to Vice President Mike Pence confirms that the mob that attacked the capital last week got much closer to the vice president than was previously known, confirming a report in The Washington Post. The source says that pens came within seconds of being spotted by the mob. As he was being rushed to an undisclosed location in the capital. Threats of protests. Some are calling for people to come armed have prompted more security around state capitals across the country and including in Atlanta, where WGCL TV story, Cooper says Atlanta businesses are not taking any chances as the FBI warns of more unrest at state Capitals, CNN center boarding up windows Friday in case protesters angry over the election. Turned destructive like they did in D. C. Last week, the National Guard and FBI say there standing by and monitoring chatter on social media for potential threats. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar has resigned, effective January. 20th in his resignation letter is our says that the attack on the capital could tarnish the legacy of the administration. Political analyst Larry Sabotage says. That's just a czar covering himself and his own reputation. He was generally very, very supportive, ultra supportive of President Trump, and that was obvious to anybody who watched him. So you know, too little too late, actually, way too little way too late. Again is ours.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 9 months ago

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"I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. Medical experts say the Corona virus is constantly mutating and four weeks have been warning about one of those mutations. Which first emerged in the UK and is more contagious are Lilia Luciano, with more centers for Disease control. Expect that the more contagious UK variant of the Corona virus now detected in multiple states will likely become the more dominant strain in the U. S by March, But something has in advantage that is, it is easier to spread. It quickly becomes the dominant strain of the virus in the location. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Ada says that strain is more than twice is infectious. CBS is Dona Bacchus says President elect Biden has unveiled his plans to speed up the vaccination of Americans. You have my word. We will manage the hell out of this operation. President elect Biden says he will invoke the wartime Defense Production Act to boost production of vaccines, syringes and protective equipment. And he's vowing to bring help to the hardest hit areas, including African American, Latino and roll communities. The pandemic has killed nearly 400,000 people in the U. S. CBS News. White House correspondent Ben Tracy has the latest on just how close a call the vice president had Last. One source close to Vice President Mike Pence confirms that the mob that attacked the capital last week got much closer to the vice president than was previously known. Confirming a report in the Washington Post. The source says that pens came within seconds of being spotted by the mob as he was being rushed to an undisclosed location in the capital. Threats of protests. Some are calling for people to come armed have prompted more security around state capitals across the country and including in Atlanta. Where WGCL TV story, Cooper says in Atlanta businesses are not taking any chances. As the FBI warns of more unrest at state Capitals, CNN center boarding up windows Friday in case protesters angry over the election turned destructive like they did indeed seen last week. The National Guard and FBI say there standing by and monitoring chatter on social media for potential threats. Health and Human services Secretary Alex Cesar has resigned, effective January 20th In his resignation letter is our says that the attack on the capital could tarnish the legacy of the administration. Political analyst Larry Sabotage says. That's just a czar covering himself and his own reputation. He was generally Very, very supportive, ultra supportive of President Trump. And that was obvious to anybody who watched him. So you know, too little too late,.

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WTOP

02:15 min | 9 months ago

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"Was the dominant strain of the virus in a location. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas says that stream is more than twice as infectious. CBS is Dona Bacchus says President elect Biden has unveiled his plans to speed up the vaccination of Americans. You have my word. We will manage the hell out of this operation. President elect Biden says he will invoke the wartime Defense Production Act to boost production of vaccines, syringes and protective equipment. And he's vowing to bring help to the hardest hit areas, including African American, Latino and roll communities. The pandemic has killed nearly 400,000 people in the U. S. CBS News. White House correspondent Ben Tracy has the latest on just how close a call the vice president had Last. One source close to Vice President Mike Pence confirms that the mob that attacked the capital last week got much closer to the vice president than was previously known, confirming a report in The Washington Post. The source says that pens came within seconds of being spotted by the mob. As he was being rushed to an undisclosed location in the capital. Threats of protests. Some are calling for people to come armed have prompted more security around state capitals across the country and including in Atlanta. Where WGCL TV story, Cooper says in Atlanta businesses are not taking any chances as the FBI warns of more unrest at state capitals, CNN center boarding up windows Friday in case protesters angry over the election turned destructive like they did in D. C last week, the National Guard and FBI say they are standing by. Monitoring chatter on social media for potential threats. Health and Human services Secretary Alex Cesar has resigned, effective January. 20th in his resignation letter is our says that the attack on the capital could tarnish the legacy of the administration. Political analyst Larry Sabotage says. That's just a czar covering himself and his own reputation. He was generally Very, very supportive, ultra supportive of President Trump, and that was obvious to anybody who watched him so You know, too little too late, actually, way too little way too late. Again is ours last day January 20th This is CBS News. Never miss a moment..

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:30 min | 10 months ago

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"And Mark Shepherd is urging people to follow protocols. Every feels like I haven't caught the virus, so I'm not gonna catch it. You're wrong. Health officials are also concerned in Massachusetts, where cases are climbing. WBZ TV reporter Tiffany Champ's Medical Center epidemiologist, Dr Shira Jeroen says one look at the lines and people should be nervous. Long lines again Before Christmas. It was in order to travel. It was in order to gather, she says. It's going to be at least a couple weeks until You see the full effects from New Year's Eve Thanksgiving surge with the Christmas surge on top with any impact of New Year's really coming on top of that there isn't leeway to have that happen at this point, and so we're worried. Florida is the third state to identify a case of the new strain of the virus first detected in the UK infectious disease doctor Roseanna Rosa. His changes in sequence are common. They happen with all viruses. It does not seem to be associated with higher risk of hospitalization or the death toll from Cove in 19 in the U. S has passed 350,000, according to Johns Hopkins, one top model predicts 150,000 more Desk in the next month. George has run off elections are just two days away, the balance of power in Congress will be decided Wgcl TV reporter Melissa Stern. We're coming down to the wire with all eyes on Georgia's two Senate runoff elections on.

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WTOP

01:32 min | 11 months ago

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"Supplies last PJ's Live generously It's 7 35 and another drug has been approved in the fight against Cove in 19 this the drug that President Trump took Trace and brag with Wgcl in Atlanta has more. The U. S Food and Drug Administration is authorizing Regeneron's antibody cocktail for some patients who test positive for Cove in 19, the FDA announced it's okay to give the cocktail to high risk patients with mild or moderate symptoms. That cocktail contains two antibodies produced in a lab. Can be given to patients who are newly infected. Meanwhile, Housing Secretary Ben Carson is crediting unapproved experimental treatments with saving his life. After he became quote desperately ill following his infection with the coronavirus. There's no medical evidence that the treatments Carson cited actually worked. But he says his recovery came about after taking a botanical treatment derived from the Oleander plant, as well as special treatment from doctors at Walter Reed, who gave him some of the drugs. The president also received In his statement, Carson acknowledged having access to a level of medical care unavailable to most Americans and says a priority must be placed on getting comparable treatments and care to the general population. As quickly as possible. Coming up after traffic and weather amid the pandemic. What would prompt D c to turn the convention center into a hospital? I'm Mike Morella, 7 37 switching and saving with your local Geico agent Sure, is easy. Even easier than binge watching a bad TV Syriza, you watch one just to make fun of it..

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WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Be moving through. It'll be cloudy and periods of rain will be arriving, so it'll be much cooler highs will only be in the upper fifties to low sixties 54 degrees right now, in high it's down 56 in Woodbridge and 57 officially at Washington, Reagan National Okay. Matt 6 51, Now California's chief elections official is ordering the state's Republican Party remove unofficial Bala drop boxes from churches, gun shops and other locations and the state's attorney general's threatening prosecution. But state Republicans have refused, saying they're taking advantage of California's liberal ballad collection law that allows anyone to collect ballots from voters and deliver them to county election offices. Officials say state law only allows county election office to set up drop boxes throughout the county where people can drop off their ballots in person. Unofficial drop boxes, they say, lack effective protections, making them vulnerable to tampering. Early voting began yesterday in Georgia, with record turnout there and technical issues that forced some to wait nearly half the day in long lines. Wgcl TV's Brittany Miller Day one of early voting in Metro Atlanta, meant a long day with long lines in Fulton County. There were technical problems. They've got one good job to do in the county alleges office. Is it make sure only pulling those is working, and they are not accomplishing that at all over in Gwinnett County lines in Lawrenceville, wrapping around the main elections office Discouraged with how long the lines are and how slow they're moving. But the positive part is everybody staying in line. Nine polling locations were open on day one going at elections officials clocking wait times between an hour and a half to eight hours a day. Here eight hours on 30 minutes. Now you can get more than 10 million people across the country already voting in this year's election, significantly outpacing the early.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

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"About four or five arrests. Reporter Britney Miller of WGCL TV. All this after a Kentucky grand jury decided not to indict three white police officers in the death of healthcare worker Briana Taylor. In her own apartment in a mistaken raid. Her death has been linked to others of black women and men shot by police, not in Washington as the nation's capital and visiting Mourners pay tribute to a late Supreme Court justice. There was a quiet reverence as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg arrived at the Supreme Court for the last time. Lining the steps more than 100, former law clerks during her 27 years it's a justice helping usher their mentor into the Great Hall. A malaria funny names all eight justices her family. Friends paid tribute in a private ceremony. Correspondent Jan Crawford President Trump admits a big reason he wants Justice Ginsburg Supreme Court seat filled ahead of the election. Is because the outcome could well be decided there. And what if he loses? You committed to making sure that there is a peaceful transfer Ferral of power after the election to see what happens, you know that I've been complaining very strongly about The ballots and the balance, sir. Disaster. Mr. Trump set to announce his Supreme Court pick late Saturday afternoon with the U. S. Now well past 200,000 victims dead victims talked. US health officials appeared before Congress for a vaccine update. Dr Anthony Fauci had a run in with Republican senator and Dr Rand Paul over New York State's much improved infection rate. You were not listening. So what? The director of the CDC said that in New York, it's about 22%. If you believe 22% is herd immunity, I believe you're alone that a change in name for a famous food product. Uncle Ben's Rice is now Ben's original. Listen, CBS News Conversations with some of the world's leading national security officials and experts. Intelligence matters with Michael Morel weekends on the CBS radio network. Work at home workout at home. Second period math at.

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WTOP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Student loan payments and extend unemployment benefits, though the amount would not be the $600 a week the Democrats want Wgcl Zai on a crystal in Atlanta reports. The problem is compounded for those who haven't gotten their unemployment benefits to begin with a story playing out in several states nationwide. Audrey Burgess has been trying to reach someone with the Georgia Department of Labor since may be beyond frustration. Thousands of unemployed Georgian stay When they call the Department of Labor offices. They can't reach anyone. Faxes don't go through. And their office doors are closed opened up these department of Labor offices. Georgia legislators demanding the commissioner processes backlog claims. These are hardworking people, and they want to be able to pay their rent a rare and stark assessment from a U. S intelligence official on foreign influence in the upcoming US election. Russia, China and Iran. They're all involved. Here's Tom Foti, given all the attention that Russia's role got the last time around. The intelligence community's assessment is blunt reported by the country's counter. Intelligence chief. His point foreign actors with different agendas are trying to influence this year's elections in the case of Russia to help Donald Trump and her Joe Biden in the case of China the other way around. He also mentions possible Iranian interference. Democratic lawmakers want an investigation into whether new rules that the Postal Service may be slowing down the mail just ahead of the election and mail in voting, Postmaster Lewis to Joy said yesterday. The agency can handle the influx. Oh, there would likely be An unprecedented increase in election mail volume due to the pandemic. The Postal Service has ample capacity to deliver all election male securely and on time in accordance with our delivery standard. Thousands of bikers are pouring into the small South to go to town of Sturgis and with Corona Virus worries. Many say they're being careful this trying avoid big crowds,.

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Georgia's Governor Issues Order Rescinding Local Mask Mandates

Jay Talking

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Georgia's Governor Issues Order Rescinding Local Mask Mandates

"Issued a curious order that bans local mass quarters. Wgcl TV's trace and brag Wednesday, Governor Brian Kemp released a new executive order. If you skip to page 32 you'll find this quote. Any state County or municipal law Order ordinance, rule or regulation that requires persons toe where face coverings masked face shields or other personal protective equipment while in places of public are suspended, meaning any local massed bands are now invalid because of Kemps order, he says, it's up to Georgians to decide whether to mask up or not.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Ashington. As states continue to issue more restrictions because of the growing number of covert 19 cases, Georgia's governor has issued a curious order that bans local mass quarters. Here's wgcl TVs, trace and brag Wednesday, Governor Brian Kemp released a new executive order. If you skip to page 32 you'll find this quote any state County or municipal Law Order Ordinance, rule or regulation. It requires persons toe where face coverings, mask or other personal protective equipment while in places of public are suspended. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he doesn't understand the effort by some in the White House to discredit him, telling the Atlantic it's a bit bizarre. If you talk to reasonable people in the White House, they realized that was a major mistake on their part because It doesn't do anything but reflect poorly on them, And I don't think that that was their intention. Over the weekend, the White House and news outlets a document carrying a list of statements found she's made about covert 19 purporting to show that he and their words had been wrong on things. While there are positive reports from the covert 19 vaccine development world infectious disease experts like Dr Jeffrey Galpin are warning that a vaccine is not going to be here overnight. You have a bunch of good candidates and a lot of good thinking people. We got to take each one and analyze it and come up with a logical reasonable. What? We don't know what we go three months from now in six months. You can't speed some obviously a shake up inside the Trump campaign. Brad par scale has been removed his campaign manager here, CBS's Finn Gomez to sources close to the Trump campaign. There are many who blame the new leads, murdered Brad par skill for using the campaign to enrich themselves. And also raises profile One source that we spoke to said Our scale was quote profiting off the campaign. Hackers broke into the Twitter accounts of tech moguls, politicians, celebrities and major companies. On Wednesday, the apparent aim was to lure followers of the accounts into sending money to an anonymous Bitcoin account. CBS News is Olivia Gazza's. The Hackers earned more than $100,000 within the first hour of launching the scam, according to public records, Cyber security experts told CBS News. The Hack appeared to target Twitter's platform and not individual accounts, more cuts and closures for one of the country's top retailers. As CBS's Jim Chris Julie explains, J. C. Penney is closing just over 150 stores and cutting about 1000 jobs. The company that was founded in 19 0 TEU in Wyoming. By James Cash Penny FIRE Before Bankrupcy protection in May it plans to shutter authority if it's nearly 850 stores over the next two years. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It is one of three and we're going to take a look downtown where we've got trouble on 93 South bound side moving slowly, a triple left lane closure Mystic Cab all the way to the only old tunnel. Then traffic is detoured off of the pike. Exit 20 airport tunnels. No delays, but watch for a right lane closure both ways in the Ted Williams Tunnel, Mass pike he going to slow down in both directions in the potential tunnel for double enclosures. Then on the eastbound side, Exit 22 to Copley Square is closed. Follow the detour A 20 for a Tobin region. River Roads are looking good. North of the city, 93. North bound, moving slowly from 2 13 in Methuen into New Hampshire, where you're down two lanes. 1 20 itself also has a double left lane closure that's between North Avenue 28. That's going to slow you down a bit. For 95 North bound minor delays, roadwork by Route 1 11 and Harvard and then in Littleton by 1 19 and we won south. No trouble getting by work crews after the Lynn Fells Parkway south of the city Expressway is okay, 10 minutes both ways between the tunnel and the split when you get down to Randolph, 93 south bound ramp to Route 20 for his clothes. Most rude. Three North reduces speed for work by Rue 1 39 and then at a double enclosure from Union Street to the split, and on Route 25. We have a paving project intermittent lane closures between 45 Route six. West of the city. On the pike. The eastbound side you're going to slow down for road work from the Framingham Service Plaza past the Western state Police barracks route to East roadwork. Brief delay at Route 12 and lemons turned again and Devon's by Jackson Road, this report sponsored by the Crones in Colliders Foundation. The crones in Colliders Foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over 50 years. Learn more about research, education and support at crones colliders foundation dot org's cloudy skies. 63 degrees Steve Perez, the BBC traffic on the Threes. Here's the four day W B Z AC UA the forecast early on this Thursday morning with patchy clouds comfortable low around 60 later today with times of clouds and sun. Hi, 72 involved in I'll be in the mid and upper seventies and a few suburbs mostly cloudy tonight. Low 62 tomorrow as clouds limits son. There will be a shower or thunderstorm in spots High 74 Saturday quite warm and humid with sun and a few clouds High 86 near the coast, but it'll be in the low nineties and a few Western suburbs. Sunday looks hot and humid, with highs near 90 arm AccuWeather meteorologist Car Brzezinski do believe easy. Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm done Half here's what's happening. A study group says. Home rule petitions are holding up millions of dollars that could be funneled into affordable housing..

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11:13 min | 1 year ago

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20-Month-Old Boy Shot And Killed In Chicago, Mom Also Wounded; 21 People Shot, 7 Killed So Far This Weekend

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

20-Month-Old Boy Shot And Killed In Chicago, Mom Also Wounded; 21 People Shot, 7 Killed So Far This Weekend

"People were shot last weekend in Chicago, another weekend of shootings. So far, 21 people have been shot and seven killed this weekend, including a 20 month old boy. Wgcl TV reporter Jeremy Ross has the latest on the boy staff Bastard. Donovan Price was outside Saint Bernard Hospital Saturday afternoon, as was a red four door with bullet holes in the back. And passenger side. This is the first time I held a mother and a father at the same time as they grieved over their child. A 20 month old was killed. Baby was bleeding. So bad hours before this car carrying a 22 year old mom and 20 month old child was towed away, releasing a shooter saw the car pulled alongside the vehicle and started firing. Raising the mother's head and hitting her son in a car seat in the back. Police say about seven or eight shots were fired the mother driving her car to the hospital for help, but it would be too late for her young son. That boy is the fifth child under the age of 10 shot shot in Chicago in the last week and 1/2. A deadly

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"And unrest CBS news update and now the single shooting of a black man by a white police officer twenty seven year old racial art Brooks shot and killed Friday night after he struggled with police during a field sobriety test at a Wendy's leads to new demonstrations model them peaceful the resignation of Atlanta's police chief and late Saturday night the officer who shot Brooks that officer has been fired we did confirm that with the mayor's office shortly after that press conference at five thirty earlier this evening I can also tell you that the secondary officer who was also involved in that shooting last night at Wendy's he is on administrative duties Britney had me of WGCL TV on this is Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms while there may be debate as to whether this was an appropriate use of deadly force I firmly believe that there is a clear distinction CBS news update on Tom forty friends and family of twenty four year old Robert fuller gathering yesterday for a candlelight vigil in Palmdale California demanding a full investigation from LA county authorities into the recent hanging deaths of two black men in the community including fuller it is usually answer with the latest from the scene in Palmdale Miller's family who joined a March and rally in front of city hall says the twenty four year old was not suicidal and say forties are jumping to conclusions without doing a full investigation many in the community though fearing something much more sinister is to blame the officials now joining the family in calling for a full independent investigation an autopsy questions over fuller's dad an ongoing investigation sparking outrage in the community the virtual town hall hosted by an LA county sheriff and several local leaders scheduled for tomorrow afternoon to answer questions about the investigation there is a new analysis of a death in police custody five years ago that could help shape how we think about recent controversial events in a new book Westmore writes about the aftermath of Freddie gray's twenty fifteen death for injuries suffered in a Baltimore police van we have to deal with the issue of policing but we also have to understand we've got to be able to put together systems and structures that can make sure the young man like Freddie actually have a chance in our society and more who runs the poverty nonprofit the Robin Hood foundation says there's an opportunity now with a country in crisis over the George Floyd death we've continue to allow these tragedies to recede from our collective memory Steve Cason CBS news across the world no signs of anti racism protests slowing down as the war against covert nineteen also continues health experts increasingly sounding the alarm about the importance of protesters and police wearing face coverings at demonstrations is A. B. C.'s Julia macfarlane at the foreign desk in London there in the U..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Schools are closing for parts of the country Tuesday as snow continues to fall at least four people were killed in car crashes linked to snow ice and poor driving conditions W. any of TV's Scott wall check is in Bay City Michigan but you want to this your shovels and dust them off because it's time to put it on the news it's like Jeez pizza I've got my powerline yeah tractor anything have you been on the road today herbal terribles an understatement across Michigan some tonight to scola and Huron county is receiving wake up facts now there is some area schools already closing for Tuesday at the age is keep piling up another health scare for ninety five year old former president Jimmy Carter he's been admitted to a Georgia hospital and is set to undergo a procedure in the morning to relieve pressure on his brain from bleeding WGCL TV easily share Roberts from the hospital former president Jimmy Carter was admitted here to Emory just before six o'clock we seen for different secret service vehicles coming and going here at the emergency room entrance at every university now the Carter center has issued a statement saying that Mr Carter was admitted here to Emory University for a procedure to quote believe pressure around his brain following a series of recent falls days after Michael Bloomberg announced a possible presidential bid another person says they need to make a run on the democratic ticket CBS is Kaelin he we burns with more on former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick what does it does signal is that there are some in the Democratic Party who are upset with the current field for C. weaknesses in the front runners right now I will caucuses are in less than three months Boeing says it'll be targeting to have its troubled seven thirty seven MAX jet approved for flight again before the end of the year but our Chris and cleaves as Boeing may be the only one that believes that deadline will even be met every single time line that has been laid out for when the Max will fly has been wrong in his been pushed further down the line late last week American and south west pulled the plane out of their flight schedules until March which is a pretty good indicator where the airlines think is realistic the Supreme Court hears arguments in the morning in one of its highest profile cases this term the fate of more than seven hundred thousand young immigrants protected by the Obama era daca program several lower courts held that the trump administration fee adequately explain why it chose to end it this is CBS news WBZ news time one oh three Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three starting you off downtown we've got work crews causing issues on ninety three the northbound side leveling taken from the end of the o'neill tunnel all the way the Tobin bridge that has you at the speed limit exit twenty six to star drivers close southbound side is moving slowly it's a doubling closure between Sullivan square in the o'neill tunnel airport tells the Callahan is fine Ted Williams tunnel has minor delays both east and west bound with work crews taking a lane some of the tunnel also down a lane and then the raptor star drive is closed on the pike eastbound a doubling closure in the provincial total slows you down just a bit and exit twenty two to Copley square has blocked the D. towards a twenty for a hike west also down two lanes in the proof expect some delays there south of the city expressway find route three north no delays getting my work crews in Duxbury prior to route fourteen ninety five south slows for lane taken by the pond is St in Sharon nor the town ninety three north on your dental in by Roosevelt circle no delay there but I'm assuming you're on the brakes passing work before route to thirteen route three north you're slowing down for road work after one ten in Lowell route one north the right lane is taken prior to walnut street in Saugus out west through to east.

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"wgcl" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"wgcl" Discussed on Bang the Book

"Or these wgcl vets yeah exactly and that's why i think a you know looking outside the top fifty uh you're seeing a couple of guys that i've seen people that i respect on tip this week russell henley whose fifty fifth uh in the euro wgr up and is or uh is around sixty and older at uh at sixty one i mean these are guys that i've seen a lot uh ryan more played very well last week it had rigged the era in la uh smatt occur you mention uh adam scott you know a lot of these guys that are that are kind of right there and then plus they do take the oh wgr for for for some of the majors uh you know if you're not already qualified if you don't have a win from the year before you don't have uh uh an exemption you know a major exemption or something i mean the oh wgr is very important it's like on uh re tweet that stuff and kind of break that down a little bit every week on twitter because that's what gets you into uh the majors and then being in the top sixty four gets you into the matchplay you know we saw that last week with a winner we had with papua ops and he was uh like about a hundred this may be in the world golf rankings and then then missed a lot of golf hadn't been playing a lot then all of a sudden he wins at a course that he's one half a four and then he likes and now he's the you know just outside the top forty in securely in that tough fifty here so that's something that i think you definitely want to look at and these are stuff that's something these players for sure look yeah yeah.

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"wgcl" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"wgcl" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Where recruits were being trained isis emerged in afghanistan two years ago since then it has targetted security forces a roading they're already low morale the group is heavily targetted by us airstrikes in by afghan forces the attacks in kabul seem to be a way to show that they're still powerful dea had aid npr news islamabad israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu is praising guatemala's president for announcing he will move the country's embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem it's not clear though when that will take place it's the first such country to announce such a move after president trump recognize jerusalem as israel's capital guatemala was on one of only nine countries to support the us last week when the un general assembly overwhelmingly adopted a nonbinding resolution denouncing the trump administration's decision wall street is closed today in observance of the christmas holiday you're listening to npr news from washington but france used his traditional christmas message today to call for a two state solution to find peace in the middle east and pray that the north koreans a nuclear situation can be resolved france's also cited suffering reflected in the faces of little children sang warned other tensions in the middle east and africa is to blame families love a lost pet reunion story and so it was the local news this christmas npr's camille a'domino ski is pleased to report that apparently quite a few pet owners are celebrating the return of their missing animals this holiday weekend three years ago raja the cat went missing in florida this week the phelan was found in delaware wilmington news journal reports that a microchip led to a holiday reunion rational had a long trip but consider kitty body in july he went missing from georgia hitched a ride on a pepsi truck and according to wgcl in savannah wound up in california as of friday night kitty bitty is.

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"wgcl" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"wgcl" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Is the twenty eight point four top thirty he's basically christian nearly can and cesar hernandez uh dexter fowler pretty fast yep you know the islands around an errand altair and david peralta is another tier below him at twenty he's next to reach netto door uh ag pollock wgcl puig but but but slower i mean significant which makes sense about twenty called in between them it's called the freight traits of makes sense right when it when he uh david brought to that's his nickname when picks up speed at your get gallon but it's not it's not blinding speed is not as much quickness um i really liked april does pretty high on them this year thought he was coming very very cheaply so i would want to hang onto him but if i have to choose between the two i think i would go fan yeah yeah i i i think so to be mentioned all the adding average may be safer three eighteen i go i agree so there's a little strikeout rate this little or what your needs are but i find them is very comparable when it's like you know if you need more batting average take peralta you know if you want them or power um and maybe more steals take take he brought up the last name in again he's in the same group of of peralta fam and east mentioned that his speed was right by fam's christian yell it seems crazy to bring them up because the expectations were so high and he will he went so early this year but the power has evaporated again and it was it probably should've been treated as more suspect coming into the year than it was because he still had a fifty seven percent grumble right now that was a vast improvement over the '60s that he'd been putting up but it just put such a burden on home run a fly ball rates so when he didn't matches 24 percent he's down to fifteen percent this year the power just isn't there for yeltsin has nine homers eight stolen bases to 82 average good runs in in rbis for that team but if you will lease a value question no it is because if you believe that tommy van can hit 275 instead of to sixty five.

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"wgcl" Discussed on Amplified

Amplified

02:07 min | 5 years ago

"wgcl" Discussed on Amplified

"Anything else that apple does is uh it's it's kind of a bonus you know they've they've always kind of release something at at the dc they're not going to do an iphone raves are they won't do an ipad dried you know because those are sptember october type of things because of ours miss holiday they're kind of brand guarantor that but a map of pro for example that's not really a christmas gift while not on the way that may be amac book air would be the but they they release um different max they member these to release ipods adoring during wgcl right um i think they will apple tv during wctc one year tuden they i i believe they liberated by the will we lots of software announcement so you know the next version of what we're gonna see an iowa us in the next version of what we're gonna see in in mac os and when not only that but the ice the developers will be able to use so along with that they they usually always given update to here's how we're doing in retail here's how we're doing with iphones here's how we're doing with mac sales and then they could say oh by the way we're updating the mac macbook pro that nada the roma possibility at all bomb i'm hopeful i will definitely by went there there there are products that come out and when i see them i'm like yeah okay i got to get that and most of the time these days i've got a cold to a lot of things well see like okay that looks interesting maybe it used to be the everything apple came out with was like instantly got to have it now mike okay well i actually really like the thing that i have now and it's it's working well i don't know that i need to replace it but i absolutely and waiting for this thing the other big news is that i i i don't know do i say upgraded or downgraded to an iphone se.

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