The Japanese now have 3/11 – the anniversary of the national catastrophe of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear explosion that killed more than 19,000 people and left more than 300,000 homeless.
People in Japan were rattled Thursday by the biggest aftershock since the earthquake. Local researchers said these aftershocks can last for months.
The earthquake in Japan will mean a shortage of cars and that could drive up prices.
Dr. Stuart Harris was in the northeastern part of Japan with two other doctors from Mass. General to join the relief efforts.
The Japan Society of Boston and the Old South Church in Boston have scheduled a vigil for the victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
NightSide’s Dan Rea talks with Professor Gilbert Brown from UMASS Lowell about Japan’s nuclear situation.
Dan Rea’s guest, Marc Goldsmith is a nuclear engineer answers Dan and caller questions.
As Japan teeters on the edge of a nuclear disaster, Boston-area firms with employees and operations in the country are anxiously watching.
WBZ News Radio’s Bob Gough, in for Financial Editor Dave Caruso, reports on a possible volatile week for the stock market.
A Bay State native who now lives in Japan spoke with WBZ NewsRadio 1030 about the devastating earthquake.