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college and her mom sent her foliage. >> that's sweet. i didn't know that. top stories, traffic and weather are straight ahead on wbz this morning. >> the news at 5:00 starts right now. >> reporter: right now at 5:00, jury selection begins today in the case of a teen accused of killing his math teacher. the charges he's facing and the defense he's expected to take. >> plus, two fantasy sports sites now under investigation. lawmakers calling for stricter regulations amid concerns of possible insider information. >> the ntsb now on the scene of the cargo ship disaster. people in one local community are praying for a miracle in the search for survivors. >> a nursing mom from newton sent to an airport rest room for dogs. how her humiliating experience is sparking a big change. captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail:
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good wednesday morning to you. i'm chris mckinnon. >> i'm kathryn hauser. thanks for joining us on this wednesday, october 7th. moving right along here. we're going to have great weather again today, danielle. >> it's like classic fall weather. chilly starts in the morning but we rebound nicely during this afternoon. temperatures are similar to where we were yesterday. not as cold in some spots. notice norwood is sitting at 40 degrees. a lot of spots are running in the 40s. 50s out over the outer cape and islands. we have clouds overhead. most of them high, thin clouds. we'll get filtered sunshine through this morning. so 48 degrees on average. cool start, sunrise coming up at 6:48. lunchtime looks awesome. 66 degrees with a blend of sun and clouds. the wind won't be a concern today, and we'll top out around 70. 67 for the ride home. quite pleasant with the sunset at 6:16. another nice day today just
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let's get you on the roads. hi, robi. >> hi, danielle. only seeing one trouble spot because of a late clearing work crew. there's ramp closures overnight that are supposed to clear by 5:00. we're seeing a bumper to bumper backup from columbia road back to south bay mall. total traffic network just told me they don't expect this residual backup to last long. 5:02 right now. the jury selection begins in the trial of the teen accused of raping and killing his math teacher. >> the defense is expected to argue insanity. nicole jacobs is live with more on this case in salem. good morning, nicole. >> reporter: good morning, kathryn. two years ago, colleen ritzer's body was found behind danvers high school, and almost immediately, they were searching for a ninth grade
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student who was also reported missing but seen on surveillance video following ritzer inside of a bathroom. police say that is where he murdered his teacher, chism murdered ritzer, his math teacher, raped her and slit her throat. it would be the next day, investigators would find ritzer dead and chism walking along the side of the road. it was widely reported that ritzer asked chism to stay after school because he seemed distracted earlier in the day in class. a videotaped interview with chism, authorities say he said ritzer provoked the attack by insulting him. chism's defense attorney saying investigators coerced him into making that confession. ultimately, the judge decided not to allow that video as part of evidence during this trial. chism is now 16 years old. again, he was 14 years old at the time of the crime.
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he is being tried as an adult. his defense attorneys, as you mentioned, are expected to use an insanity defense, but today begins that initial process of determining those who will determine chism's fate. we're live in salem, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. two fantasy sports sites are under investigation. the new scrutiny comes amid concerns of possible insider information at boston-based draftkings and new york-based fan duel. investigation. >> i have won over $29,000 on fan dual. >> reporter: winning big money from watching just one week of football. the latest fantasy football sites promise to make that a reality. our employees at boston-based draftkings and fan duel using advantage. >> sort of like the casino manager all of a sudden hitting a big score at the poker table just kind of makes you wonder. >> reporter: the new york
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inquiry after a draftkings employee won $350,000 on rival site fan duel. draftkings responded with this statement "there is no evidence that any information was used to create an unfair advantage and any insinuations to the contrary are factually incorrect. >> if i had to bet there's going to be some kind of regulation. >> reporter: right now, the sites have managed to avoid the same regulations enforced on sports betting. >> nobody will want to play if they think the sites are rigged. >> according to "the boston herald," the treasury is tossing around the idea of using the concept to make money for the lottery here in massachusetts. she says the state should start its own fantasy sports site and guarantees the problems wouldn't arise as lottery employees aren't allowed to play. the ntsb is on the scene of
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where the el faro sank. bree is here following the latest developments. good morning, bree. >> reporter: good morning, kathryn. the 41-year-old ship was due to retire from caribbean duty soon. the five polish workers on board were there to repair the engine room for a retrofitting. that engine lost power as it neared hurricane joaquin and least 33 crew members stranded at the worst possible time. the el faro's owners do not believe the work in the engine room caused the problems that led to the sinking. the ntsb will take over the investigation, searching for the all important data recorder. meanwhile, one body was located in a survival suit. they are still looking for the rest of the crew. maritime engineers mathias and griffth are still missing. in winthrop, childhood friends gathered to pray for a friend.
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his wife, i pray that there is that miracle or glimpse of hope for him because if anybody deserves to be found, it's him. >> it's a sad moment, a different moment, but everyone's smiling because any story you have that involved keith is going to put a smile on your face. he was just the greatest kid. >> reporter: another vigil is scheduled for tonight in kingston, jeff mathias' hometown. in,, flood waters are receding. additional evacuations may be ordered. right now, the national guard is trying to close a breach near the state capital which supplies drinking water to 375,000 customers. 15 people have died in south carolina and another it killed in north carolina. a maine toddler is dead
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his father says the boy had severe diarrhea after visiting a petting zoo at the fair. another child got sick but they petting zoo yet. several fairs across the country so we looked into this. the topsfield fair says it takes precautions to keep people safe putting in more sanitizing stations. keene, new hampshire facing charges for kicking and killing a 17-year-old dog. officials say toby was working on his project when the dog walked into the yard and relieved himself. a united airlines co-pilot passed out in the cockpit one day off another pilot died mid- flight.
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houston to san francisco when the co-pilot passed out. he did regain consciousness by the time the plane landed. however, monday, michael johnston, the pilot died on a flight. united airlines is apologizing to taye newton mom -- to a newton mom and promising to install a private room for new mothers. she took to twitter when she was asked to go to a room to pump that is set up for dogs to relieve themselves. she was told to go to the relief center. she ended up having to pump in the terminal. >> there was a red fire hydrant for dogs to relieve themselves. that's obviously not where i'm going to pump my breast milk for my baby. >> no word on when the nursing room will be set up at dulles.
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small, clean room complete with a counter, seat, as well as a sink. coming up, the celtics opening up the preseason overseas. >> plus, how the nba is hoping it'll help grow the league. >> the red sox season so over but this will have sox fans smiling this morning. steve burton has the highlights of the a.l. wild card game next in sports. danielle? >> we're rebounding to the low 70s this afternoon after a chilly start. it's a beautiful, fall day, chilly tomorrow and showers for friday. we'll time them out hour by hour when we come back. n'. pick up your favorite pumpkin-flavored b ats and beverages, like the new pumpkin macchiato
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people of the coffee drinking world, dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with
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a fitchburg man saved by a shark attack. >> a shark smashed into him leaving him with deep cuts and bruises. after returning home, he started having chest and back pain. so he went to queen elizabeth's in brighton to get checked out. doctors found internal bruising from the shark attack but also found something else. >> if this hadn't happened with the shark causing me to go in with this chest pain, i would have never known about this cancer? >> they found a cancerous tumor on his kidney. >> doctors with are able to remove that tumor and by catching the cancer early it
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his prognosis is great and he doesn't need to undergo radiation. >> one thing led to another. >> everything happens for a reason. >> very true. danielle is here and it's going to be another stunning day. >> it will be beautiful. it may be another cool start this morning. this is typical this type of the year. we have a cool start, and tomorrow will be the classic fall day with crisp dry air. it will turn cooler as well. our next shower threat comes in on friday. it's mainly late in the day and the columbus day weekend forecast is looking fantastic so far. we'll have a warming trend, too, as we head through sunday and monday. currently, 52 in the city of boston. the area is dry with a northwest wind. the wind won't be a concern today. it's 5 miles per hour right now at logan airport. 52 in the city and 42 in taunton. 45 to 50 for most of us on the
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as chilly as yesterday with mid- 30s on the map. meantime, we have high, thin clouds. otherwise, there's not a lot of action here across the northeast. we run into showers in eastern canada, and that's actually a cold front. i love playing before's that cold front. 59 in chicago, 23 degrees right now in international falls. so you can tell where the cooler air is. we won't be that cold, but that's a forcing shot of cool air that will come in during the day tomorrow. meantime, we'll be up around 70 degrees with passing clouds looking fantastic. heading through the evening and overnight, it's the front that comes in, cools us down tonight. tomorrow, high pressure cools in. sunshine on the cool side, especially at the coast, around 50. cooler than average day. here we go for friday. friday morning, the clouds are already in here. areas of rain to our north.
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can't rule out a shower but it looks like the bulk of the action will hold off as the cold front approaches. scatters showers, even a few downpours can't rule out a rumble of thunder. it will be isolated friday evening and pushing through the southeastern part of the state during the late evening and overnight. 2:00 a.m., still pockets of rain and then clearing comes in after that in time for the weekend. upper 60s for highs today, beautiful. mid-60s in the cape and island. clear. once gene, we'll be in the mid- 40s. tomorrow looks great, sunny but cooler highs in the lower 60s. again, those evening showers, a couple of downpours come in on friday. saturday will be the coolest day right around 60 and then a warming trend on sunday. low 70s for columbus day. robi money. >> if there was any doubt you
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said "i love playing where's that cold front." >> i do. >> let's play now. i love when you say stuff like that. you are a pure meteorologist. i wish i could say i love traffic games, but i really don't. still only one reported slowdown out there after some overnight lane closures. here is a live look at the expressway. part of the o'neal tunnel was shut down for maintenance. that work wrapped up around 5:00 a.m. or was supposed to. we're seeing delays on 93 northbound. chris, kathryn? >> thank you very much. 5:17 is your time. a judge is considering a new request to throw out key evidence in the double murder case against ash hernandez. his lawyers argued crews never should have been given a search warrant to seize his suv. the investigation came from a man who failed a lie detector test. prosecutors say hernandez was
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driving that vehicle on the 2012. morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, everybody. houston just got rid of one big problem, the yankees. it ended quickly last night for the yankees. astros beat new york 3-zip in the bronx. no score and a no doubter in the second. kobe knocking it off tanaka. this one by carlos gomez handling the solo home run way back putting the astros in front, 2-0. meanwhile, dallas looked every bit the cy young award candidate last night. allowing just three hits while striking out seven and mind you that was just on three days' rest. now to the bottom of the ninth we go. the closer goes to close it out
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the astros will now face the royals in the alcs. and olympia milano is part of the global efforts to bring the league overseas. 13 point, 7 rebounds, 3 assists in just 21 minutes. johnson was also acquired in the off-season. he came off the bench and very progressive. scored 14 points while adding 4 rebounds in just 14 minutes of work. then there's isaiah thomas. he looked good. he led the team with 18 points and just 21 minutes. marcus also getting it done with the steal and the lay-up. six assists, 2 steals. celtics cruise easily.
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had the day off. they gear up for sunday's game with the cowboys in dallas for a preview, check out patriots all access this friday night at 7:00 right here on wbz. as for sunday, wbz gets it started with patriots game day kickoff is at 4:25. it may be followed by the fifth quarter post game show on my tv 38. wbz is your home for thursday night football. that's sports for now. i'm steve burton. guys, back to you. straight ahead, questioning technology. >> our jon keller takes a closer look if we're letting things like apps control our lives. >> ahead at 5:30, screening for mental illness.
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nowadays, it seems like there's an app for everyone. >> jon keller questions if we're taking technology too far. >> reporter: good morning. i was startled and appalled when i saw an ad for a new smart basketball that pairs with an app on your cell phone to provide crowd noise, play by play and countdown as you rise up for the game-winning shots. so much for one of the great
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pleasures of childhood, the running commentary you and your fridays provided. while a pickup game was fun, we is no need for a running calculation of the statistics. what's next, a computerized ref fouling you out? i'm sure this product will be a big hit as our culture gives itself over completely to technology that often undercuts any need for actual human interaction or imagination. that was by bummer but i felt better when i learned about card block, a new add-on to your internet feeds that will intercept and block any mention of any member of the kardashian family replacing them with links to charitable causes. god bless american ingenuity. the problem,you can't block out all exposure to what the kardashians represent any more than you can force kids to choose real life over virtual existence. once they've got that
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the barn. so anymore, it's up to us, the consumers, to use our brains used. are we up to that challenge? tell me what you think via e- mail at keller@wbz-tv.com or talk to me on twitter, keller at large. >> i love how keller never holds back. former president clinton stephen colbert last night. he shed light on an interesting resume per. >> did you call donald trump and ask him to run for president of the united states. [ laughter and applause ] >> no. >> that would be pretty smart, man. >> yeah, i get credit for doing a lot of things i didn't do. >> so clinton does admit he spoke to trump on the phone but said running for office never came up.
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offers musical guest tame impala. it's on after the 11:00 news with lisa and david. still to come, new concerns over possible inside information used at fantasy sports sitesp. >> why the new york attorney general is now investigating boston-based company draftkings. >> plus, students at one school marching to support their teacher and why his job is on the line. >> self-testing for mental illness. where you can now go in boston to screen yourself for things like depression. danielle? >> contribution another chilly start this more than -- chris, another chilly start this morning. rising to the 50s by late morning. around 70 later this afternoon. we've got changes on the way.
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right now at 5:30, jury selection begins today in the case of a teen accused of killing his math teacher in danvers. the stance his defense is expected to take.
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>> students in brookline taking to the streets to support their teacher and why they are fighting to save his job. >> a screening for mental illness where people can self- test for depression. good morning. it is 5:30 right now. great to have you with us. i'm kathryn hauser. >> i'm chris mckinnon. it is wednesday, october 7. we are in for another awesome day out there. >> it looks beautiful. >> grab the shades. >> you need them today and tomorrow. tomorrow it will turn cooler. this is just like a classic fall stretch. >> i have to say yesterday, this is picture perfect. >> it will be a little milder today probably by 2, 3 degrees for most spots. so it's not as chilly as yesterday morning. we have 30s on the map. coolest reading norwood just
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was sitting in the mid-30s at this time. 52 in boston right now. mid-40s from manchester down to lawrence. 45 to 50 on the cape with high, thin serous clouds. another chilly start rising through the 40s. 50s by late morning. 60s by lunchtime. looks great. a nice blend of sun and clouds. a nice fall evening. look at that. 68 degrees. no weather-related issues for the ride home. the next chance of showers >> hi, dam. still not see anything major problems on the roads. taking a look at the south, the slowdowns on the expressway caused by the overnight lane closure have cleared up now. the expressway is still heavy. already bumper to bumper
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to the north, with a live look over 93 southbound busy on medford stretch. the rest of the major routes trouble free. kathryn? it is 5:31 right now. checking our top stories on this wednesday morning, jury selection begins today in the case of a teenage er accused of raping and killing his math teachers at danvers high school. the defense is expected to argue that chism was insane when he killed his teacher. he was 14 but will be tried as an adult. and new york's attorney general is launching an investigation into boston-based draftkings and new york-based fan duel and asking for documents after it was revealed an employee at draftkings won $350,000 on fan duel. massachusetts' attorney general
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new this morning, a crash involving a state police cruiser overnight. the trooper was transporting a prisoner who had been arrested for oui when the cruiser was struck by a car. the trooper and the other driver were not hurt. the prison was taken to the hospital. the other driver will be cited for driving about a suspended license. and a controversial gas pipeline. police took the trio into construction saying they were blocking construction equipment. protesters questioned the project safety. spectra says it's safe. a social studies teacher's job is on the line because
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full version of the term "bs" with students. >> it was so devastating to find out that such a beloved teacher could have been taken away from us in that way. >> whatever resolution allows me to get back to these guys as soon as possible. that's what matters. >> so far, no comment from the school's department. in fact, it won't even say when there could be a decision about his future. tomorrow on beacon hill, marking the 21st anniversary of the national screening day. bree has a sneak peek at the screening tool being unveiled at the statehouse. very important. >> screening for mental health is a group based in massachusetts. they work to raise awareness and screen individuals for common disorders and now they are adapting familiar technology to destigmatize depression and mental illness. >> you walk up to it, and there
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is a little welcome message here. >> screening for mental health shows us a kiosk that they plan to unveil at the statehouse tomorrow where folks can self- test for depression. they walked me through the screening tool that can be deployed at college campuses, you name it. they envision this kiosk to send the message that mental health is no different than physical health. >> anywhere from 7 million to 8 million people suffer from depression. some of it is they don't recognize some of the doddy symptoms could be symptomatic of depression. >> reporter: the kiosk can confidentially screen for more than a half dozen different disorders. it's not a substitute for a diagnosis, but you can print its findings and take them to your own doctor or if you need help finding a professional,
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the kiosk can point nut right direction. the public is invited to check out the kiosk when national depression screening day occurs in massachusetts. clearing out clutter is part of selling your home, but now you may want to clean out your medicine cabinet, too. realtors say open houses are becoming targets for thieves looking for prescription drugs. in norfolk county, realtors will start handing out resealable bags to help homeowners get all medications out of the house. most police stations have bins where you can safely dispose of prescriptions you don't need anymore. coming up next, equal pay for equal work. >> the new push to end the age gap and making companies rethink their salaries. >> dunkin' donuts and the new menu item turning heads. danielle, you have weather watchers coming up. >> i do.
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watchers and temperatures are running in the 40s as you're stepping out the door. peter says 48 degrees in cambridge. beautiful afternoon. up around 70. some change is on the way. thank to you all of our weather watchers for your daily observations. if you want to join the network, we'd love to have you. dear fellow citizen, your home is your castle. but sometimes the castle needs a new roof or kitchen.
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welcome back at 5:39 right now. neiman-marcus getting you ready for christmas with its annual list of extravagant gifts. >> there are some interesting choices on there.
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plus, california's leveling the playing field when it comes to paychecks. jill wagner is live with today's money watch. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, chris and kathryn. california's leveling the playing field when it comes to the wage gap between men and women. the governor assigned the fair pay act. the law says that bosses can't pay women less than man for substantially similar work even if they work in different locations. neiman-marcus released its christmas book for this year stocked with the usual expensive fantasy gifts including a whiskey grab bag for $125,000, a ride to space in a pressurized balloon for $90,000 and the keanu reeves arch motorcycle company with a two-day ride along the california coast with reeves. dunkin' donuts is
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day breakfast by saying bring on the bacon. the massachusetts chain is testing out a bacon lovers sausage sandwich and sweet black pepper bacon sandwich. if that's not sweet enough for you, how about a doughnut with glaze. me up. >> say bacon and sign me up. tomorrow morning. have a great day. check of your traffic and weather together and the day's top stories. >> plus, making money off the season. how one man is turning the new england fall foliage into cold, hard cash. >> plus, get ready for halloween to picking costumes and carving pumpkins. the key thing parents need to know to keep the country safe. >> your grill would be your teeth.
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it's supposed to make your buy cuss peds cleaner but would you do it? it's our "daily talker." the coffee drinking world, dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with
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you might remember this guy. he capitalized on boston's bad winter offering to ship snow from the city to anywhere in the u.s. >> now he's back. this time around, he will send out bundles of fall foliage. kyle says he uses a unique preservation process so that
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the three-leaf bundle costs $20. he says it's a steal considering the piles of snow were $89. they are now accepting orders. today is one of those ideal days we get in new england. >> it's perfect. like a repeat of yesterday, danielle. >> absolutely. have you guys noticed the foliage has started to pop in areas the past couple of days? it's been the cool, crisp mornings and then a warm-up during the afternoon with sunshine happening, too. a beautiful start. 42 when you come back down to taunton. same in bedford right now money mid-40s through southern new hampshire and merrimack valley. 48 in marshfield, lower 50s from nantucket back up to chatham and 50. it's another quiet start. we do have some high, thin clouds. we call them serous clouds. overall, that's all we're going to see today.
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there are some showers back across the great lakes and eastern canada. this is a cold front, the leading edge of much colder air. we go from near 60 in chicago right now to the mid-20s and parts of minnesota. the reinforcing cool air is going could come in during the day tomorrow. enjoy today, we'll be up around 70 degrees for highs. no big issues with the wind. tomorrow, your classic fall day. sunshine, crisp, cool. highs around 60 at the coast. when the high slips off the coast, we'll warm into the mid to upper 60s. it comes with a bit of a change here. clouds roll in early in the morning. some of the southern edge clips us, southern new hampshire friday morning. it is a chance of a shower through early afternoon. the bulk of the action comes in from west to east during the
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scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms can't be ruled out. as we head into the overnight hours, some pockets of rain will linger through the cape clearing the coastline by the time we get to saturday morning. meantime, look at this today, 71 in bedford. either side of 70 degrees at the coastline across the interior today. 71 in fitchburg. the west-northwest wind at about 5 to 10 miles per hour looks fantastic from the south shore back down to the cape with our high temperatures top dropping into the 60s. 40s once again in the subebbs. the accuweather seven-day brings us to another day tomorrow. evening showers on friday and an awesome holiday weekend. coolest on saturday. mid-60s by sunday. traffic and weather together. robi? danielle, we have our first crash of the morning now north of the city. the accident is up in haverhill.
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495 southbound at river street. total traffic says the crash is is he bott bottom of the ramp and 93 southbound is already heavy between river road and 133. the expressway is crawling from granite ave. up to newport street. 24 northbound already bogging down stoughton to 128. chris, kathryn? >> it is 5:48 right now. two distant say sports sites are under investigation this morning. >> jury selection begins for the teen accused of killing his teacher. here are the top stories for this wednesday morning. >> reporter: i'm nicole jacobs for jury selection in the trial for 16-year-old phillip chism who was 14 years old at the time.
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surveillance video showed him following her. her body was found and he was found with some of her belongings. we have key evidence that the judge has already thrown out, not allowing it in the trial at all. a lowell man will spend the next five to six years behind bars for dousing a convenience store clerk with gasoline and threatening to set him on fire. he pled guilty to armed robbery and assault charges for the january robbery of the store. police got tips from the public and arrested him. good morning, i'm susie steimle live in front of the draftkings headquarters in boston. this site and rival site fan duel are under scrutiny this morning for possible insider trading after a draftkings employee won $350,000 on rival
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if you haven't heard about either of she's sites, they are fantasy sports betting sites that allow you to make money weekly rather than waiting for the entire season. because of the issue, both sites are not allowing employees to place bets on either site at this point in time. we'll tell you how it affects people aplaying coming up 6:00. susie steimle, wbz news this morning. the el faro cargo ship was due for an engine retrofit. they planned to retire it from caribbean service but say the work being done by five polish crew members should not have led to the loss of power. the ship was disabled. they are investigating the sinking of the el faro while the crew continues the search. what else is the crew looking for that may shed light on the ship's fate? the federal prison system says 6,000 federal inmates will
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october 30 and november 2. the reason? all of the affected inmates are drug offenders and eligible for release. the inmates went through an appeals process to win their release. it's the largest one-time release of federal prisoners in history. if you want to go out of town for the holidays, this is the week to book your trip. ororbitz says prices rise once me hit mid-october. fall is here. that means pumpkins are everywhere. while there are meanty right now, that may not be the case around thanksgiving. the pumpkin crop in illinois, the top-producing state in the country is lower than expected and that could lead to a shortage. the area got too much rain to have a successful harvest. experts say you may want to grab canned pumpkin now and
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halloween is just around the corner. there are some things to remember to make sure everyone in your family stays safe. when picking out a costume, make sure kids can see clearly through it. when you can, choose face paint over a mask. make sure the outfit isn't too big so little ones don't trip while they are walking. bring flashlights along with a trick or treat bag. when it comes to carving pumpkins, use carving tools instead of knives. they are less dangerous. time for the "daily talker." there's a new way to clean your teeth and enhance those pearly whites. >> it's turning a lot of heads, though. >> reporter: halloween is coming up so you won't be surprised if you see people with black teeth. here we're talking black stuff you put on your choppers to make them look better. check this out.
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that's a houston television reporter trying out charcoal powder. a woman she interviewed read about it on pinterest and bought a jar of it for 12 bucks. the charcoal was gritty but cinnamon flavored. it's marketed as a teeth cleaner not a whitener. it does not carry the seal of approval from the american dental association but the makers of the product include paperwork that they say proves it's safe. for the record, the women didn't notice the difference in in the whiteness but said their moellers and bicuspids are super duper clean. you can hear the kid's screaming in the background teeth. there. >> we asked would you do this? a viewer row "no because activated charcoal will stain
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crowns, beware." "then you have to use baking soda to get the charcoal out." you can comment on the talker. go. twitter or facebook. it doesn't matter what color your teeth are, we'd love to hear from you. still to come, an awards show with local flair. >> the oner is given to the best in boston sports coming up
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welcome back. a celebration of the best in boston sports. >> david ortiz and rob gronkowski took part in "the globies" last night, the "boston globe's" first awards show. >> also honored, the fist bump kid. he was named most inspirational fan and pete frates who started the ice bucket challenge. >> love that kid. he's just so sweet. he mastered the fist bump, right? >> that's for sure. >> fist bump out cancer. >> yeah. top stories are straight ahead. stay with us. light & fit, 15 delicious flavors, each 80 calories.
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