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Kidcast
Weekly
 
Kids read the news for WBZ NewsRadio 1030. 642427
 
Traffic and Weather Together on the 3's. Breaking News When It Happens. 642427
 
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Keller @ Large
Daily
 
Jon Keller is widely regarded as the top political analyst in New England. His “Keller At Large” reports on a wide range of topics which are regularly featured during WBZ-TV News. 642427
 
For close to 12 years, SHP Financial Co-Founders Derek Gregoire, Matthew Peck, CFP® CIMA® and Keith Ellis have been hosting this weekly financial talk radio show, with the mission of empowering today's retirees and pre-retirees - so you can make better financial decisions for your future. Each week you'll hear timely financial news and topics, along with local and national guest interviews, all geared towards helping you get to and through retirement. We invite you to listen live each week o ...
 
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Jay Talking
Mingguan+
 
It’s a talk show for everybody. You don’t have to be a political junkie. You don’t have to be a sports fanatic. You don’t have to be an expert in anything. All you have do is care about the daily dilemmas that we all face as New Englanders. 642427
 
Man about town Jordan Rich hosts a who's who from Greater Boston's dining and entertainment scene. 642427
 
Get all the latest updates from WBZ 1030 NewsRadio.
 
Host Rod Fritz take a closer look at today’s top stories. 642427
 
NightSide focuses on a wide variety of issues, political, economic and social. Rea believes that talk radio is the best way for people to communicate their opinions and ideas on what he calls “North America’s Virtual Back Porch.” Rea encourages challenging conversations and diverse ideas combined with respect and tolerance for the opinion of others. But don’t think for a moment that NightSide is anything but provocative, always interesting and at times, passionate and emotional. 642427
 
WBZ-TV Boston for Connected Home devices
 
Doug Cope is a reporter/anchor at WBZ, and host of the daily feature “The Parent Report”, which reports on issues involving children and parenting. 642427
 
WBZ News Radio Financial Editor, Dave Caruso, reports on pre-market opening comments and daily recaps. 642427
 
In 60 seconds, Neil Chayet turns complex legal decisions into entertaining audio, always ending with a twist. 642427
 
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Women’s Watch
Weekly+
 
Award-winning reporter and host of Women’s Watch Laurie Kirby takes a look at women’s health, relationships and business matters and women who are making a difference in your life. 642427
 
Dee Lee is a Certified Financial Planner who received a diploma in Financial Planning from Boston University and her MBA from Simmons College. She dissolved her successful financial planning practice for individuals so that she could devote all of her energies to educating the financial consumer. 642427
 
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WBZ-TV News Brief AM Update 10.18.2019By CBS Local.
 
If the fear of ticks prevents you from enjoying the great outdoors, there might be some good news on the horizon. Thomas Lingelbach with Valneva has been working on a new vaccine designed to ward off Lyme disease.By WBZ-AM.
 
President Trump says today is "a great day for civilization" after Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced terms of a cease-fire agreement that would end violence between Turkey and Kurds in Syria. Democrats say the deal with Turkey validates their offensive, allowing them to annex a part of Syria displacing the K ...…
 
According to state health officials, the majority of the vaping-related illnesses in Massachusetts are tied to marijuana. Federal authorities go further saying most are linked to vaping THC, the psychoactive compound of marijuana, and have been traced to the black market. Should Governor Baker lift the ban against Vape sales that is ruining leg ...…
 
According to state health officials, the majority of the vaping-related illnesses in Massachusetts are tied to marijuana. Federal authorities go further saying most are linked to vaping THC, the psychoactive compound of marijuana, and have been traced to the black market. Should Governor Baker lift the ban against Vape sales that is ruining leg ...…
 
Almost half a million people lost power in the storm last night but Eversource says they were ready for it. Are your lights back on? Senior V.P. Penny Conner joins Dan in studio to answer any of your questions about what happened in the storm and the utility's response.By WBZ-AM.
 
The world's elite rowers are hoping for better weather as they get ready to compete in the Head of the Charles Regatta this weekend. WBZ NewsRadio's Mike Macklin reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
WBZ News Brief 10-17-19By CBS Local.
 
Strong winds have taken down trees and power lines across the state, partially ripping the roof off of a Delta hangar at Logan Airport.By WBZ-AM.
 
This week, SHP founders, Derek Gregoire, Matthew Peck CFP® CIMA®, and Keith Ellis will talk about what a first and second appointment look like and what to expect during a visit with a financial firm in general. With a lot of advisors advertising out there, it can be intimidating. Derek, Matt and Keith will let you know what to expect when you ...…
 
Johnathan McDowell, astronomer and cosmologist, talks about Space X, Rocket Lab, asteroids... if it's in the cosmos he knows about it.By WBZ-AM.
 
Last night was the 4th Democratic debate in Ohio televised by CNN. It was lead off by moderator Anderson Cooper vindicating front runner Joe Biden's son Hunter who has been accused of influence peddling before he even asked a question. The former Vice-president then went on to make seven gaffes, misspeaks, flubs etc. Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigie ...…
 
Last night was the 4th Democratic debate in Ohio televised by CNN. It was lead off by moderator Anderson Cooper vindicating front runner Joe Biden's son Hunter who has been accused of influence peddling before he even asked a question. The former Vice-president then went on to make seven gaffes, misspeaks, flubs etc. Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigie ...…
 
Since its opening, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has been tended, tidied, and trimmed by crews from WORK Inc., a Dorchester nonprofit that employ workers with disabilities. The Greenway has cut ties with the group in favor of a for profit company out of Kentucky. James Cassetta, the president of Work, says the Conservancy has made specio ...…
 
Since its opening, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has been tended, tidied, and trimmed by crews from WORK Inc., a Dorchester nonprofit that employ workers with disabilities. The Greenway has cut ties with the group in favor of a for profit company out of Kentucky. James Cassetta, the president of Work, says the Conservancy has made specio ...…
 
A Newton-based company called HouseWorks is using virtual reality to train caregivers in a realistic, sensitive way. WBZ NewsRadio's Mike Macklin reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
Plymouth Police continue to search for multiple suspects after shots were fired at the Algonquin Heights housing complex Wednesday morning. WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
Jean-Paul LaPierre saved a baby from a car crash on Route 128, caught a missing python in Newton, and thwarted a robbery on a train in Chicago—but he says he doesn't consider himself a hero. WBZ NewsRadio's Ben Parker reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
WBZ News Brief 10-16-19By CBS Local.
 
A hearing to overturn Massachusetts' ban on the sale of vaping products has been delayed because an attorney did not file paperwork correctly. WBZ NewsRadio's James Rojas reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
A legislative committee chair has accused the Baker Administration of intentionally withholding documents. Gov. Charlie Baker said that "if the committee wants documents" they don't have, "all they've got to do is ask." WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
The New England Revolution kick off their playoff run Saturday against Atlanta United FC. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman caught up with veteran forward Teal Bunbury before the match.By WBZ-AM.
 
CapeAbilities' services are comprehensive so individuals can thrive in their inclusive community. WBZ NewsRadio1030's Shari Small Reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
Rob Gronkowski is bringing CBD to the NFL, announcing a new partnership with Gillette Stadium, Patriots Place and The Kraft Group. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
The rookie was 9-15 from 3-point range, hitting eight shots in the third quarter alone. WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
Nobody is perfect and Dan wants to know what you think President Trump's biggest flaw is....whether you support him or not.By WBZ-AM.
 
LeBron James is on the defense over comments about Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey and the China controversy. The L.A. Lakers player told reporters that he believed Morey was “misinformed” when he tweeted “Fight for Freedom, Stand with Hong Kong.” In response to LeBron's seeming support of China, Hong Kong demonstrators have stomped ...…
 
In an ABC Good Morning America interview, Hunter Biden admitted it was “poor judgment” to accept a position in a Ukrainian natural gas company, but that it was not an ethical lapse. Does the Biden family business model make you think twice about voting for the former vice-president in 2020?By WBZ-AM.
 
Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins joins Dan in studio to talk about her decision to review cold homicide cases, a new strategy of using supervised consumption sites to combat the Opioid epidemic and whatever else you want to talk about!By WBZ-AM.
 
The head of the legislature's transportation committee is denouncing the Baker administration for failing to send his committee two important documents concerning a backlog of out-of-state violations at the RMV. WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
WBZ NewsRadio's Laurie Kirby sat down with Dr. Emily Channell-Justice, Director of the Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program at the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, to talk about why Ukraine is in the headlines.By WBZ-AM.
 
Ten years ago, it was reported a young boy was trapped inside a helium balloon that took off over Colorado. Authorities later suggested it was a hoax. WBZ NewsRadio's Ben Parker looked back on the anniversary of the ordeal.By WBZ-AM.
 
Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia is taking a leave of absence and suspending his re-election campaign amid federal fraud and extortion investigations. WBZ NewsRadio's Madison Rogers reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
A joint committee on Beacon Hill considered bills Tuesday that would charge drivers higher tolls during rush hour to help ease traffic congestion. WBZ NewsRadio's Shari Small reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
Framingham Police are investigating after a student at Christa McAuliffe Charter School got an invitation to join an anti-Semitic web page. WBZ NewsRadio's Suzanne Sausville reports.By WBZ-AM.
 
Jon Keller on the damage done.By WBZ-AM.
 
Explore the world of cosmology and the science of empty space with Astrophysicist David Spergel.By WBZ-AM.
 
ABC News used footage of what they thought was the Turkish military attacking Kurdish civilians. Turns out it was video of a firing range demonstration in Kentucky. Not a small error. Is this an example of the media jumping at the chance to drive the narrative only to shoot themselves in the foot? Was their retraction and apology enough?…
 
A Worcester foster mother is fighting to remove a suspension from the record of her son, who she says was punished for hugging his female gym teacher during class. The teacher said the seventh grader hugged her and pleaded to be allowed to stay in a dodgeball game after she removed him for goofing off. After the class, the twelve year-old was s ...…
 
A Worcester foster mother is fighting to remove a suspension from the record of her son, who she says was punished for hugging his female gym teacher during class. The teacher said the seventh grader hugged her and pleaded to be allowed to stay in a dodgeball game after she removed him for goofing off. After the class, the twelve year-old was s ...…
 
A Worcester foster mother is fighting to remove a suspension from the record of her son, who she says was punished for hugging his female gym teacher during class. The teacher said the seventh grader hugged her and pleaded to be allowed to stay in a dodgeball game after she removed him for goofing off. After the class, the twelve year-old was s ...…
 
Former Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans went from overseeing a 2,000-member police department to a 50-member department. WBZ NewsRadio's Kim Tunnicliffe checks in on him at his current gig.By WBZ-AM.
 
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