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i have to tell you, pumpkin fee makes me so happy. >> cookies at my house. >> yes, to my husband, thanks for making them, i am eating most of them. >> if they are in front of you, you are going to eat them. it is that time of the year. but it is very fall like out there this weekend. yes, today is milder than yesterday. so you may not need that extra layer that you had yesterday. the winds are industrial strong but coming from the southwest instead of the northwest like yesterday. that is going to help to keep temperatures milder this afternoon and especially for tomorrow, it almost peoples like a such of--it almost peoples like a touch of summer. but the numbers will coming up. in boston, 49-degrees. norwood, down to 36. and areas of frost, maybe in isolated spots, too, in eastern massachusetts, but in the western half, frost advisory continues until 8:00 a.m., frost and pumpkins heading out the door. the half marathon is today, 80 in franklin park if you are
there. southwest. hour by hour forecast a few clouds passing by early today, by 4:00 p.m., we hit the high temperature, well, we will be in the mid to upper 60s. a beautiful day today, warmer temperatures for your day tomorrow. we will go through the numbers in just a bit. kerry. so much. a man--60:00 a.m. a man shot to death in before i will after ram his car into police cruisers. balch street. the man was plowing his car into another with his wife and a friend inside. a woman whose mother was inside of the car talked about the scene. >> i didn't see any injuries on her but i am sure if they were in the car when it was being hurt, i am that they are going to beings you know, sore. >> the individual struck the highlander two times, and then
police cruiser, moved forward again, struck a second police cruiser, an ostlerser got out of the car, ordered him to stop. he did not. one hot was fired to the drive side window, hitting the driver in the shoulder. >> the man later died at the hospital. everyone else on the scene is okay. meanwhile, there are new details this morning about a fire in franklin, a couple was killed when a fiery explosion tore through their condo. as jim smith explains, the couple had just moved up from florida to be closer to their grandchildren. >> i heard the big boom about ten before 7:00 a.m. >> reporter: a terrifying sight flames. a huge fire and explosion, it was likely fed by propane. >> i looked out back and it was really quick.
was destroyed. a husband and wife living both killed. nancy and richard bronc both 6- -brown, both 66, had moved back grandchildren. it is so sad. >> reporter: the two other units were still vacant, the bodies of the two victims were discovered close together. >> it is tragic our community, it goes throughout the community, so we are saddened by the tragedy in our hearts and prayers go to the family members. >> reporter: the cause of the explosion and fire is still under investigation. there is no indication widespread problem but some people are now un-icy. will you stay---un-'s ease- -uneasy.
and despite the concerns, investigators at this point believe that a propanish you was isolated, confined to these units, but that will spend the next several days checking everything out to make sure, as well as investigating the cause of the horrible explosion and fatal fire. in franklin, jim smith, wbz this morning. meanwhile, fire crews in fitchburg were fighting a blaze in a three family home on henry street. the fire started on the second floor. everyone got out of the building safely. but 10 people were displaced and they are staying with friends or relatives. no word on what caused the fire. the boston police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault in dorchester. police have released video of a person of interest who they want to talk to. the assault happened on september 27th at dorchester avenue. and the police are looking for a suspect that may have pulled off four armed robberies in one day, all of the robberies happened in and leroy
and in each case, a man with braids and red shirt threatened to stab them. and new developments this morning about the lowell police officer caught sleeping on the job. that officer has now been placed on administrative leave. someone took the pictures of the officer asleep with his pillow inside his cruiser around 5:30 a.m. in the morning. this is not a representative of the lowell police and this type of behavior will not be tolerated. well runners, take your marks, in less than go hours, the boston half marathon with kickoff. the race starts at 8:00 a.m. but the roads will be closing at 730 a.m. the race starts at franklin park . some roads will be closed until 10:30 a.m. this morning. stay with wbz for race coverage. nicole jacobs will be there live at 7:00 a.m. ab part of the red line is
closed this weekend while the crews are making upgrades to the tracks before the winter comes. the t is busing people to j, if k to quincy center, the same section will be closed over halloween weekend. coming up this morning, soldiers suing the unhealth risk they were exposed to at war. >> plus, on the lookout for a big bear, how it is illuding the newton police. >> and, break out your lottery tickets, if you have them, because of course you have to be in it to win it. here is a look at your winning
good morning and welcome back. we have some cool temperatures out there and some frost in the low lying areas. norwood, one pot in particular, you are in the mid-30s to start out the gay, but on our way into the 60s for everyone. 68-degrees by 4:00 p.m. full sunshine and early today, we will have a few passing clouds blocking out the sun but it is a great day. and columbus day, the warming trend continues. how high the temperatures will climb in your seven day forecast. kerry. all right, pamela, thank you. a bomber to through afghanistan's toll in a suicide attack aimed at foreign troops. the soldiers were in a convey around 9:00 a.m. at least seven people were hurt. the taliban is claiming responsibilities. five arrack veterans are
deployments. the wyoming veterans niled a lawsuit against kbr, they were hire today dispose of waste. well, the suit claims that the company bursted waste, including chemicals. sgt. bowe bergdahl's case is now punishment. he went off base in afghanistan, you may remember, in 2009. and the military says that 49 years risked their live toss save him. and in and out colonial in charge of the case is partial. two earthquakes hit in northern oklahoma last night, the first 4.5 struck just after 3:00 p.m. last night. and then around 4:00 a.m., there was one near medford it
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welcome back. an app that blocks all kardashian news from your excuser is a huge moneymaker on kick starter. the creator of the app has already raised more than $500,000. it is a google chrome extension that hides every mention of the sisters from the internet. >> what about the mop many. >> i don't know about that. the man is just 22-years-old who created the app.
private island and then turn it into a charity resort. you know, i think like the way he thinks at 22. >> that is smart. >> have to love that. >> i would not get that. >> you love to get the scoop? is there yes. >> you do? >> you want--the scoop? >> yes. >> you want the dirt? >> yes, it is a guilty pleb sure. you know, something different for my day. >> some people are sick of them and some just eat it up. >> now, after ten years, i am like oh, man. >> are you getting sick of it in. >> oh, a little bit. >> it has only taken ten years. >> it is a long time. so we have a nice weekend, amazing, the temperatures are just a few degrees warmer and the wind is from the southwest, i can stead of the northwest, the temperatures chilly. today, we are in the upper 60s and a slow warming trend continue into the monday as well with highs in the mid-70s. awesome weather for any of the
we are just a degree, a little over a degree below nor for this time--normal for this time of the year. we have be running cooler than average. but for today and tomorrow, we are going to be above average, even into tuesday, i think. but then by the end of the week, back to below normal temperatures. it is that time of the year with the transition. so a roller coaster of temperatures. boston right now, 9-degrees and a cool start to the day. temperatures in the 40s or 30s, keen, 37-degrees. wooster, waking up to 44- degrees. a suiter is needed today--a sweater is needed heading out frosty conditions out there. in western massachusetts a frost advisory, the eastern half, more isolated in nature. or anything. and a lot of spots did stay in the 40s, just a little too warm for the widespread frost. a.m.
66 degrees by 3 be p.m. mostly sunny skies after we get a few high, thin clouds passing by early today. and then mostly sunny, and we jump up into the upper 60s, close to 780-degrees--to 70- degrees for the highs. overnight, main lie clear, 50- degrees here in boston, still with a southwest wind. the foliage tracker, near peak here. moderate color is showing up all around the boston area. but in boston, a spotty color too. lakes and mountain forecast, still great color out there and peeping. 68 for monday. more sunshine on that day. for us here in boston, 75 on monday, columbus day, tuesday, 73 with a few showers, more active, with repeated rain chances. however, this is not going to be an all-day wash out for wednesday or thursday, or friday, or saturday.
into the 60s, and then into the 50s. kerry. all right, pamela, thank you so much. well, new research about texting and teenagers. a study found that teenage girls who text a lot are more likely to be worse in school. also, on average boys text more often than girls and they text for different reasons. boys use technology to share information. girls use it to be build relationships. well, wearable tech is one of the fastest growing fields in the worlds and this year, sales would reach nearly $5 billion. lisa hughes has a look at a device that tries to change how you feel. >> reporter: if you turn to coffee or a glass of wine, a wearable tech company wants you consider an alternative, electric currents. the new device, called think, it fits on the fore head and the back of the head. it comes with two settings, energy or calm, and you control
them. a low dose of current is delivered to the skin's surface, and the makers claim that the pulses, or vibes, change brain activity by stimulating sensitive nerves on the face or on the back of the head. the rosieser says it can help you learn how to self regulate your emotions. >> as you practice, you become self aware of what it feels like to be motivated or centered by and how to handle stress in a better way. >> reporter: critics say is there no need for atavist to control your biological responses. >> almost everything we do during the day is changing our biology what you drink, eat, these are all active choices we make to change our mood. >> reporter: think just gives people another choice, digit cool, rather than chemical. >> --digit cool rather than- -digital rather than chemical. >> it is not just a gimmick, it
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welcome back. 42:00 a.m. a young woman was caught smoking marijuana by new york's police commissioner. william was walking down wall street when he smelled something funny. >> standing there, directly in front of me is this young woman happily if you having away,--if you having away. she--smoking away. my security officer came up on one side, i came up on the other and tapped her on the shoulder and she looked over of that face. >> so, he took the marijuana and tossed it into the near by sewer and said she might have a better academic way out the school. still ahead, bernie sanders is taking a stand on assault weapons. >> also, still tracking a bear. police are searching everywhere for a bear on the lose in newton.
from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. good morning, everyone. we are glad you are waking up with us, sunday morning, october # 1st. akerry connolly along with pamela gardner. october, some people do not like this time of the year because it means that the winter is coming. but you have to embrace it.
oh, it is a great weekend for my leaf watching, i finally three of them. pumpkin carving, maybe. it is too early, though? will they rot? mine always do rot. >> i don't know. i really want to carve them but i may just wait. >> yes, maybe wait a little while. so thewet her be great if you still have to pick the pumpkins, it is a great sunrise right over boston. this is a live look beautiful color out there. and some high, thin level clouds out there showing that oh, some clouds out there. not enough to totally lock out the sun but the clouds will be around for the next several hours. later today, afternoon, we will become mostly clear once again, temperatures have fallen into thes or 30s---into the 40s or 30s. outlying areaings here, down into the mid to upper 30s. but for boston, we are still at 4-degrees. widespread frost in the western
so that is why you are under a frost vide richardson- -advisory. if you are going out to run, temperatures are really nice, 52-degrees, southwest breeze mixed. mostly sunny and the southwest wind will continue through the day but warmer day in store for you tomorrow. we will go through how high the temperatures will climb in a bit. kerry. all right, pamela, thanks so much. right now a couple was killed when their franklin home exploded into flames yesterday. neighbors say they had just moved into the new condo, coming up from florida to be closer to their grandchildren. the cause of the blast is still under investigation but a gas leak is suspected. the condo was heated by propane. police in bev i will shoot and kill adelman after he rammed his car into their
cruiser, it started at a home on new balch street. the police found the man hitting another car with his wife and a friend inside. then he hit the cruisers. police say when he tholed stop, they opened fire. the man later died at the hospital. everyone else at the scene is okay. is a black bear on the streets of newton? well, the police have gotten several reports of a bear in some neighborhoods. but every time the police try to find it, the bear is nowhere in sight. >> i want to lock my house. that is what i want to do. >> reporter: the search is on for a bear in newton. do you think there is one in. >> i hope not. i hear there. >> reporter: the residents alerted police on friday night. >> we had officers responds there and they did find a bear. >> i think it is scary richardson, newton is a huge area. >> reporter: at one point, the police believe they had the
bear cornered. >> it started on the move. it was and rose street last seen by a couple of individuals. so at this time, the pear is in newton. >> it is very hard to know there is a bear in the neighborhood. but my understanding is that they have been pushed out of their natural habitat, closer to cities. >> reporter: the cities put out a call to people telling them to stay inside late at night and if you have outdoor lighting, switch it on. >> we are asking people to someday inside. if cow are any pets--if you have any pets, bring them in. it is one of the things where it happens in other cities, it does not happen here often. you do not want to be outside. >> reporter: residents are told, if you sea the bear, call the police. i am paul burton, wbz news. a former irish bank executive is under arrest in massachusetts. police say that david drumm is wanted on an extra biggs charge. drumm was a powerful chief
he left during the financial crisis and fled to boston when ireland started to investigate him. drumm is due in federal court on tuesday. and bernie sanders is calling for an assault weapons ban in the wake of the recent campus shootings. he is also calling for greater mental health measures and background checks. well, a pup stabbed in a home invasion has a new chance at life thanks to a tough vet student. the 12--old was hit a week ago in wooster. the family was going to have to put him to sleep until this fourth year vet student, car line stepped in. she has adopted the dog and has been caring for him. she is also raising money to coffer the big bill. he had chest surgery yesterday. good job, care line. i love that. coming up in sports, the patriots are--the patriots are
going to texas. also coming up in sports, a painful loss for the eagles. pumpkin excitement is back at dunkin'. pick up your favorite pumpkin-flavored baked treats and beverages, like the new pumpkin macchiato before pumpkin season is over. staci, you have got to get down here. shaws & star market. shaws & star market. yes, mom. now. spread the word. vicki, this sale is amazing. the shaws & star market stock up sale is here. general mills cereals are $1.88 each. crisp, eastern apples are just .77 a pound. and nature valley and fiber one granola bars are 4 for $10. honey, can you bring the truck? you're in for something fresh! the shaws & star market's
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the team has made a roster move. bradley fletcher has been released. he was inactive in the last game. and still with the defense, the new defensive end has been great so far. coach belicheck is happy to praise him. >> paul has done a really good job for us and he plays on all three downs. so he can play the run well, he is strong, he uses his hands well. he has good length. he can rush, he has rushed inside and outside. played on the tackle and the tight end, there on the guard. he is you know, in coverage, you know, in certain adjustments we have, or certain calls. so he has done a good job. and it is all going in couple of hours. game day at 11:30 a.m. the pats and the cowboys kickoff at 4:25 right here on wbz follied the fourth quarter post game show over someone my tv 38. boston college is taking it
3-0 and the ball is fumbled or the 4-yard line. and the eagles recover. but wake gives it right back, the eagles recover. the bcc ends on a roller coaster but right now, they are in business. boston college is on the move. jeff smith around the end and we are at first and goal on the 1-year-old, about 30 seconds to go. but look at the clock. they are slow hike the ball, they run a play and it goes nowhere. and with in time-outs left, they are extremely slow to get lined up. look at the clock. look at the clock. get lined up. look at the clock. and folks, they run out of time. unreal, a painful loss. bc loses 3-0. the coach is upset. he try today explain the last sequence. >> he held them down in the pile, would not let him off of the ground. he was trying to score at his own right there, and with the
second effort, that time elapsed and they held him on the ground and we were half a tick too late. so, that is what happened, it is very frustrating. very upsetting. more college football. harvard, loculate them taking on core fell and this was another game in which thinker dominated--which they dominated. 46-yards in this one, harvard moves to 4-0. so what is going on with the bruins in two games into the season, and they have let up ten goals, and the two games were at home. they were taking on the canadians last night, up to winnipeg on thursday. down a goal at the end of the first period. montreal is there early in the second. eler, there in the second. a couple of minutes later, the bruins got one back. eric son puts one into the net. 2-1. not so fast.
ellis scored another to make it board. matt with his first goal at a b. off the defenseman and through the legs, it is now 3- 1. final period, marshal left the became after this hit, not a good night for the bruins. marshal gets hurt and the bruins lose 4-2. playful banal baseball- -play-off baseball, the cubs and the cardinals. the ball is thrown away. the game is tied at one. second inning and the cubs get gone. back. chicago wins 6-3. hey, here is your water cooler riddle, what is made of wood but cannot be sawed? be sawed? hey, that is sports this morning. i hate to tell you, but i
we talked about this earlier. >> saw saw, i thought. >> woodchips. >> that is the answer. it is made of wood but cannot be sawed, sawdust. it is kind of already sawed, though. so that is tough, it is tricky. >> very tricky. we love his trivia. and pamela has weather trivia coming up after the break. we will be back.
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good morning and welcome back. i have a trivia question for you guys, what did nasa recently discover on mars? water, life, an atmosphere like just think about it. i will have the answer coming up after the seven day forecast. for now, we are tracking a warm up, thank goodness. it is going to be so nice today. nice tomorrow, and amer for columbus day. but also the sun set, oh, it is setting earlier and earler i will. tonight is 6:09 p.m. by halloween, 53:89 p.m. and by november 1s, 4:38 p.m. weeks.
it is a nice start here, 13 miles per hour. that southwest winds will help to keep the temperatures at, oh a little bit warmer compared to yesterday. we are in the 40s and 30s and we have some frost in eastern massachusetts with widespread frost and a frost advisory until 8:00 a.m. for the counties in blue here, this is in western parts of massachusetts. hour by hour forecast. the frost will go away and then by later this morning, it is great for the boston half marathon. franklin pack, the start and the end of the marathon, in that location. 8:00 a.m. is when the runners take off, but 9:00 a.m., 53-degrees, 1 # a.m.,--11:00 a.m., 60 degrees. nice weather and we do not stop there. we will have high temperatures in the upper 60s. the northeast classic lacrosse tournament, another big thing going on this weekend. if you have and event, e-mail me, 67-degrees, 0:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m. money goes to cancer research. and if you are heading to the north for any leaf looking, today is another great day. so once the clouds move out late this afternoon and this evening, and everyone in new england will experience full sunshine. upper 60s and getting close to 70-degrees in all locations today with a low tonight right around 50-degrees. monday, 75 columbus day, great weather for any plans you have outside, once again. chance for rain on tuesday, and then we have another chance for rain on wednesday, and through the end of the week, too, all though, it will not be a complete wash out. high temperatures go from the 70s to the 50s by the end of the next week. >> wow. >> big change. roller coaster of temperatures. so weather trivia time, gave you that question, what did nasa recently discover on mars? what do you think? do you remember?
>> water, life, atmosphere like everett, or the crashed ufo. >> well, first the u, if e. let's--ufo. let's go with watter. >> yes, that is correct. >> fascinating. >> wait until they find life. that will be really fascinating. >> hi, i am [ inaudible ], coming up on centro, the greatest show on earth is in town and today, we have one of the key members, get read i do meet [ inaudible ], we will be right back.
good morning, everyone. welcome to [ inaudible ]. if you have children, listen up. the greetings show on earth is in town, now you--the greatest show on earth in is townment it is the wring i will brothers and bar numb and bailey's tour. it is in one great production. join the ring master and the legend seeker as they discover legends that are only in stories and bring them to life before your eyes. today we have the great pleasure and honor of having
inaudible ] >> good morning. >> good morning. >> [ inaudible - spanish ] >> it is amazing. you are ready to go ahead and start the circus today at 10:00 a.m. you are going to be, people can actually go see you guys in wooster so far. so today is the 0th, saturday, you is a couple of show times, go to the website to find out that. tell us, what the kids, and the parents, i think a lot of parents actually, even if they do not have children, they want to go to the circus. >> yes, it is amazing. before the show, we have a special time and i mean, you can watch the artists, performers, a little performance. >> it is like a warm up, you would say? >> yes, a little warm up and all of the performances there, we have the ring masters, you can take a picture, the whole
family can come over. >> well, your inner yes is really great. obviously, you are here, you are moving around. i guess that is why you are so good at what you do. tell us what you do. you are the side kick, basically to the ring master. >> you are the legend seeking. >> i am the legend seeker in the show and my mission is to find the circus. and there, i do a little bit. and the first one, i am traveling in an air balloon and [ inaudible ] in one cage. it is the best man in the world, he works so hard. >> well, it is so exciting. tell u.s. attorneys little bit
you got into the circus. >> for the beginning, i did a competition in brazil in marshal arts. >> yes. >> and then we started in the [ inaudible ], i have a little bit of a complication because nobody belees me about what i can do about my size. an every time you read, you come to a seal to speak ability- -to a school to speak about this, and there in the moment, and i go to the gym and i see the guys with the movement and jumping, and the teacher is seeing all of the kids, the guys, say oh, you can do it now because you are too too small. --because you are too small. you will be hurt and i do not want to get [ inaudible ] to you because there is no combination. and [ inaudible ] >> you actually became a master. >> yes.
>> and you actually won a national champion ship. >> yes, and with this competition, and they are going to prove it to everybody and everybody else. national competition. and then, i do it once and then i find one day [ inaudible ] to bring all of the performers [ inaudible ] she holds the pathway, he is so sad [ inaudible ] and then the next day, he is [ inaudible ] >> oh. >> and there in the ring, we go there and find me again, [ inaudible ] the guy to me [ inaudible ] >> and you loved america from the moment you got here in 2005, and you feel like the circus is your home. really quickly, i know there is more than 300 performers from like 20 countries.
what else can people see at the circus? >> i going to see amazing abouts and performers. you are going to see amazing [ inaudible ] and we have 12 clowns in the group and from you aren't countries,--and from different countries and we have acrobats. and we have the [ inaudible ] >> but we cannot wait to go see you, too. >> i can not wait to go see you. >> and me and my friend, we are going to enjoy everything. we have a great story, we are going to have great moments and a great, it is amazing, and the emotions. >> we have been looking at the video. >> oh, we cannot wait to go see you, live. >> thank so much for coming by. >> and thank you so much for the opportunity and i so appreciate it and come over and watch the show. >> thank you. now for more information on the
you can also go to the ticket master website. always visit us online at www.cbsboston.com. and, we want to invite you to connect with us online, like us on facebook, and follow us on- -follow us on twitter. i am inviting you step forward to a better you. and coming up at 7:00 a.m., runners, take your marks, the baa half marathon is about to start. what you need to know about the race, we have live coverage from all across the ruth this morning. --the route this morning.
good sunday morning everybody. this is a live look at franklin park where the would say on the association half marathon starts in about an hour thanks for being with us, i'm kerry connolly. runners are in for some great conditions for this race. it really is a perfect day for running >> perfect. cool temperatures this morning, not too bad. if you're a spectator, you'll
want an extra layer because temperatures are running in the 30s and 40s. boston here, we're holding with 49 degrees, some 40s, a couple of 50s there on the cape and islands. really a big variation in temperatures because we had some clear skies overnight. for the half marathon today, 8:00 a.m. the start time, 52-degrees and a southwest breeze at 10 to 15 miles per hour. no rain on the way throughout the entire day. 4:00 p.m., temperatures reach their peak in the mid and upper 60s and then we cool off into the 50s for coming up in just a bit, i'll have more details on when we'll see some 70s. your columbus day forecast not far away as well >> pamela, thank you so much as we mentioned, the baa
under way in about an hour. the race is a qualifier for the boston marathon. even if that's not your nicole is there live reporter: we're near the zoo and this is where thousands of runners are lacing up and trek. i do want to bring in someone very important to the baa and that is jack swimming. of course, an runners. >> we have 8500 local runners but also 70 countries represented coming out just to run system. a day weekend in boston. reporter: a lot of elite runners and some big names. >> exactly. we are excited because we have the 2015 boston marathon champion here.
it's always special when a champion wins. she won here in 2010. won the boston marathon and champion. reporter: that's great. now, of course the boston marathon route is one that's very, how should i put it, challenging for some runners, especially when you get to those hills. unique? >> running along the emerald necklace park system, something a runner doesn't get to do in their training because of course the roads are open w. the cooperation -- with cooperation, we've been able to use the course and it finishing. reporter: very nice. and shrimp we need to mention this this is the
course, we need to mention that this is for charity. >> of course. reporter: jack, thank you so much. things get started here at 8:00. we're going to give you live coverage through the end of the race. >> nicole, you're a runner yourself and this is perfect running condition right ? reporter: i would think its perfect running conditions. jack and i were just talking about that, if you're standing here it's a little chilly but certainly once these runners get started, they'll warm up quickly. state much. shooting under investigation. officers in beverly shot a man to death who was ramming his vehicle into police cruisers. it began as a call to a man, when police responded, the man was ramming his and another woman
inside. >> i didn't see any injuries on her, but i'm sure if they were in the car when it was being hurt, i'm sure that they're going to be, you know, sore. reporter: the individual struck the toyota highlander on two occasionings then pack up action struck a beverly police cruiser and then hit another one. an officer ordered him to stop, he did not. one shot was fired through the driver's side man in the shoulder. reporter: the man later died at the hospital. details about a fire in franklin. a couple was killed in that fire. ten before 7:00, thought maybe it was a thunderstorm.
a condo building totally engulfed in flames. the inferno likely fed by propane which is used to heat the units. >> within two minutes of the sound, looked out back and the building was completely it was quick. reporter: a husband and wife both killed. nancy and richard brown, both 66 had just moved back up from florida to be close to their grandchildren. >> they walked every morning. just nice grandparents. >> yeah. reporter: how sad is this? >> terribly sad. reporter: the bodies of the victims were found close together. >> it's tragic for our community. it's a small, tightly knitted community so we are saddened by the tragedy and prayers go to the family members. reporter: the cause of the explosion and fire still under investigation. the chief says
there's no indication of a widespread problem but some people living here are now uneasy about the propane factor. >> i don't know if we're going to stay here. reporter: i was going to stay are you going to stay here? >> probably not, just until they reassure that everything is okay. reporter: investigators at this point believe that any possible propane issue was isolated, confined to these units but they will spend the next several days checking everything out to make sure as well as investigating the cause of this explosion and fatal fire. boston police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a six yule assault in dorchester. police have released surveillance of a person of interest they want to talk to. police are also looking for a suspect that may have pulled off four armed robberies in one day.
all of the robberies happened in the area of gibson and leroy street. in each case, the victim told police a man with braids and a red shirt threatened to shoot them. a veterinary student has already dedicated her life to animals, now she's going the extra mile to save the life of this precious dog. >> and meet a woman running with a purpose in today's half marathon. >> we have great weather for the marathon. some weather watchers reporting chilly temperatures across the area. karen has 49 degrees. some areas of patchy frost but it's going be a warmer day. how high the temps
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tell anyone else when they of course its your own secret when you cheat. steak right now. >> right, with some blue cheese melted on let's do it right. burgers. >> try it on your steak. fall like. light breeze from the southwest making it feel cooler but it's a very mild wind moving into the forecast keeping temperatures a little higher than yesterday and definitely for tomorrow, you're going to notice some difference with temperatures in the 70s for highs. starting off with 49-degrees in boston, dew point low, dry air in place although we have high, thin, clouds moving through. temperatures in the 30s or 40s. we've got some areas that may
some patchy frost but that will evaporate as the sun continues to get higher in the sky. we have a frost advisory until 8:00 a.m. for the western half of massachusetts here but again, the rest of us dealing with maybe some isolated frost. although most of the temperatures have stayed so warm overnight. that makes a huge difference. we didn't get quite as cool. that's okay. our by hour forecast, the boston half marathon going on today, 8:00 a.m. the start time, 58 degrees by 8:00. very comfortable for the runners. gusts up to 20 miles per hour. by noon, 63 degrees. if you're a spectator, have an extra layer just in case. we start here, notice the clouds are still in the forecast until we afternoon. oneself again. and temperatures will fall into the 30s
before that, we hit the upper 60s close to 70 degrees in a lot of spots. overnight low, 50 degrees. 40s in the suburbs. light breeze from the southwest. what can i say, fantastic set up for today and tomorrow. columbus day weekend continues, monday's high 75. more sunshine, less cloud coverage. seven-day forecast, we continue to hold in the 70s. tuesday, 73 with a few showers. wednesday, 75 as the cold front passes by. we'll continue to see some moisture as some of that wraps around the area of low pressure. continued range chance, wednesday, thursday, high, only 55. >> oh boy. today's baa half marathon will be a triumph for a rochester, massachusetts woman. sandy needed something to take her mind off cancer and the 12 weeks of
chemo treatments that just ended. that something became training for the race and raising money. >> i think it was empowering because the like i was strong. -- sandy miles and days. >> i'm doing good. friday. reporter: you just finished. >> october 2nd was my last chemo . reporter: two weeks after surgery, with her doctor's blessing, she was back to training and feeling less alone. >> it was this sort of connection and being part of a team, part of a community. i feel like there's a deeper connection. reporter: another connection is deeper now. after sandy's first chemo treatment, she and her boyfriend walked to boylston street
>> i told him this was my new marathon. i said some day, we'll run the marathon and he actually got down on his knee and proposed to me. reporter: they'll be running together today and waiting to share the victory, his son and her daughter. was it important for you to set an example for your daughter? >> absolutely. at any given moment, life is going to throw us curve balls and it's how we react to the situation. reporter: running didn't change sandy's diagnosis, the treatment or the upcoming plan,. pride that i was really kicking this down. reporter: sandy's hoping to keep kicking it through the winter season for her ultimate
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. everybody. we have a very special edition today. we are at banfield hospital in erin, thank you for being here, and my special celebrity guest host, brandon mcmillan from lucky dog and the doctor is answering some questions as well so. who haven't seen it, tell us about it? >> its a story of second every week on lucky dog, i rescue one dog. i bring it back to the lucky dog ranch. i assess the dog what they don't know, what they do know and then find it a forever home. >> we love that here too. we have a tell us about these guys? >> this is nine year old jack. he came to us as a local stray. and
this over here is three year old dante. he came to us with our program through puerto rico. reporter: brandon, what do you think of these guys? >> tell us who you think they will be perfect for? >> i will say one thing, dante here is three years old which is an ideal age for a lot of people. when they turn two or three, they calm down, they become an adult so this dog is very good with people and other dogs and the calm energy is very attractive. great dog. reporter: she's letting me kiss her. >> he, what about jacks? >> he's a little older but again, the calmness is what you want to go for because the calm energy works for so many people. a lot of
consider, he's a mutt so he's middle age because mutts live longer than bred dogs. this is technically a couch potato and a lot of people want that. reporter: they're both so calm. doctor, i want to bring you in a little bit because a lot of people it may be their first animal. they may get them home and say what do i do. >> bring them to us here an banfield to get examed and make sure -- get an exam and make sure there aren't any underlying problems. we also look at teeth and talk about vaccines. and also things like flee and tick -- flea and tick preventatives and doing routine deworming. reporter: and i'm sure you've met a lot
dogs from shelters and they make wonderful dogs don't they? >> they make wonderful pets, they do. reporter: brandon, a lot of times people may see a dog and the next day they're in their home because they're in love. they don't have the opportunity to go to the scrooge get the training like what you do so what do you recommend for these folks? >> bonding is the most important step. bonding coming before training. we're more comfortable around friends than stranger secretary of state the more of a bond you have, to that dog. that's all we need. reporter: absolutely. its all about the we all fall in love. its so easy to you want to be my host every week. i'll do weather too. reporter: all right. doctor, thank you advice. erin, what do we do if anybody is
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>> uh-huh, baa half marathon. >> 52 degrees out there for the runners. if your a spectator heading out at any point in the morning, make sure you have a jacket just in case. we're 49 degrees in boston. 68 degrees by 4:00. mostly sunny skies for the entire forecast today. fantastingic weather ask a wonderful day for 70s back through those details in the seven day. >> thank you >>checking our top stories now. a couple was killed when their franklin home exploded in flames yesterday morning. neighbors say they had just moved into the new condo from florida and were hoping to be closer to their grandchildren.
gas leak is suspected average police in beverly shot and killed a moon after he drove his car into their cruisers. police found man intentionally plowing his car into another with his wife and a friend inside. then he hit the cruisers. police say when he wouldn't stop, they opened the man later died at the hospital. runners are getting ready for the half marathon. the race kicks off at 8:00 this morning but roads will be closing at 7:30 so keep that in mind. until 10:30 this morning. a former irish back executive is under arrest here. police say david drum is won'ted
he was a powerful executive at the bank and left ireland fleeing here when the investigation began. a woman bringing a civil suit against bill cosby for sexual assault is coming to boston to give testimony. friday, cosby came to boston to give a deposition. the woman claims cosby forced her to perform a sex act at the playboy mansion when the woman was only 15 years of age. >> on december 22nd, 2015, the judge will take these considerations into account when he makes a further decision when he determine which is portions of the transcripts of the depositions should remain sealed and which portions if any should be made public. reporter: right now, cosby
does not face any criminal charges. in recent months though, 40 women have come forward with similar claims. is a black bear prowling the streets of newton? police have received several reports of a bear there but as paul burton explains, every time the police look for it, its not there. >> i want to lock my house, that's what i want to do. reporter: the search is on for a bear in newton. >> very strange. reporter: residents reported it to police after spotting it napping. >> we had officers respond there and indeed, they found a bear. >> i think its scary, especially in this area. reporter: at one point, police believe they had the bear cornered but it got away. >> the bear started on the move. it was
wallcut street. >> it's hard to commend that there's -- comprehend that there's a bear in town. reporter: the city sent out a robocall telling residents to stay inside at night and turn on their outside lighting. >> stay inside and if you have pets, please bring them in. >> i think it's a good idea to to bring your pets in especially if there's a bear roaming around. >> you don't want to be outside. reporter: residents are advised, if you see the bear, call police. . the patriots get ready for dallas and heart break as boston college gets so close. sports action next. >> and a live look outside as we head to break. a little crisp but it's going be warmer than yesterday. pamela's got the full forecast at 7:45. kin'. pick up your favorite
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new bay trots defensive -- patriots defensive end has been great. >> he's done a really good job for us and he plays on all three down secretary of state he can play the run well, he can rush, he's rushed inside, rushed outside. played on the tackle, played on the tight end. he's, you know, in coverage on certain adjustments we have or certain calls, so he's done a good job. reporter: it all gets going in a couple of hours. start your day off with game day at 11:30 the kickoff is at 4:25 right here. . >> college football from yesterday, boston college taking on wake forest, down 3-nothing, and a fumble on the 4-yard line, but they give
the eagles recover to win. right boston better -- eagles recover. we are at first and goal with 30 seconds to go but look at the clock. they run a play and it goes nowhere and with no timeouts left, they are extremely slow to get lined up. look at the clock, look at the clock, get lined up, look at the clock and folks, they run out of time, unreal. bc loses 3-nothing. the coach is like ahhhhh afterwards. >> they held them down in the pile, wouldn't let him off the ground. he was trying on second effort to try to score on his spoken with the second effort, that time elapsed and they held him on the ground and we couldn't get the ball snapped. we were half a tick too late.
that's what happens. reporter: more college football. what about harvard taking on cornell. this is another game in which they completely dominated. third quarter, 46 yards and this was one huge. harvard moves to four and zero. what's going on with the bruins? two games into then and they've gave up ten goals and those were at home. they lost to winnipeg on thursday and now they are 0-2 against candidate mon thrall gets another one early in -- candidate montreal gets another one. looks like the bruins got one back. matt with his first goal as
a b and the final period, marshal left the game after this hit. not a good night and the bruins lose. playoff baseball, cubs and the cardinals and this is bad the cubs get the bunt down. my bad, throws the ball away. jackson come down, the became ties at one. second -- game tied at one. jorge, gone, 2-run shot. cubs never looked back. chicago tied the series at one. here's your water cooler riddle, what's made of wood but cannot be sawed? hey, that's sport this is morning. >> are you thinking about it? so it's made of wood, cannot be sawed. i hate to give you the answer now but if we don't, we may not ever give it to you. so what happens after you saw? >> saw dust.
>> it's made of dust, but it impaint sawed. it's already been sawed. >> interesting, tricky. >> so tell us what's going on, good day? we continue the warming trend into columbus day as well. if you have any plans to go outside, go for them. light jacket necessary. it's going to it. yesterday, apple picking weather, that's and more cooler temps on the way at the end of the seven-day forecast. here's a picture todd sent in to me. thank you, i love these pictures that you guys are experiencing at your home or if you're walking along the beach, this is the sun rise earlier this morning. we had a beautiful sunrise over boston as well. southwest breeze at 10 miles per hour. keeping temperatures slightly milder compared to yesterday in some spots though.
area did say hit the mid-30s and that's why you had some patchy frost. all of that will go away as the sun gets high in the sky and we have a fantastic forecast for you for the half marathon. temperatures in the 50s, 8:00 a.m. start, comfortable for the runners, battling a southwest breeze throughout the entire morning. 63 degrees by noon and mostly sunny. hour-by-hour forecast. we have those high thin clouds that are passing through but all of those go away. a few more later but not enough to block the the sun. today's high temperatures, upper 60s, mid- 60s on the cape and islands. overnight, 40s in the suburbs, mainly clear and 50 expected for bostonment
already. i say already but we're behind schedule by a week or two. moderate color around wooster county and southern new hampshire. near peak, yes, still to the north there. lakes and mountains, today, 60 degrees, monday, 68 and full sunshine. should get some fantastic pictures. if you have any, send them in to me, i would love to see them. mon, 65 degrees on column -- monday, 65 degrees on columbus day. 60s by wednesday into thursday and friday into saturday, we're in the 50s. >> all right, pamela, thank you. a local land mark hits a time warp. the story behind the 50s pricing at a local
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coming up. meanwhile, another route 1 icon kiss appearing -- disappearing. the golf shop is about to close its doors. yesterday, they held a customer throw back thank you day. everyone could play a round for the original price posted in the 1950s. just 50-cents for grown ups and 30-cents for kids. >> i feel sad that this is closing. its a land mark and hopefully somebody will keep the orange dino as part of their decor. reporter: it is sad to see something like this. a developer bought the property and will reportly incorporate the golf course into the hotel property. in basic terms, food plus fire equals cooking.
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>> it's a spanish style oven. it kind of acts as a grill and an oven. this is coal used from brazilian wood. we rapidly cook our food and it infused a lot of smoke flavor. it's a great piece of equipment that we're lucky to have. it gives our chef the chance to use something you don't have in a regular kitchen. >> as you can see, its really hot back here so as a chef, have you to have a certain stamina to work this station. its more difficult than working the traditional grill. reporter: once you taste the food, you'll be loving what's coming out of. reporter: for more you can watch the fan on the gourmet today -- phantom gourmet. we have a live report from the start of the baa half marathon set
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>>good sunday morning everybody. they're getting ready to go. a live look at the starting line of the boston athletic association half marathon. runners are just moments from taking off in franklin this morning. good morning everybody. thanks for sticking with us us. >> if you're a runner, perfect. reporter: yes, temperatures very comfort. we had cool tempsover night -- temps overnight but now things are warming up. we had a few high, thin clouds for the franklin park start, man, we're there, it is 8:00 a.m. so they're starting it. 52-degrees and a southwest wind to battle out there. big variation in temperatures because most of us had a clear sky
overnight and some folk did say fall into the mid and upper 30s. that frost is all gone. the clouds eventually move out and thin out. some passing clouds but comfortable temperature with a high in around 68. 70s for monday. we'll go through all the details in your seven-day forecast. >> all right, pamela. the baa half marathon is a qualifier for if boston marathon. even if it's not in your future, eight a great event to watch. -- it's a great e event to watch. nicole jacobs is live there. nicole, good morning. reporter: good morning, kerry. as you're watching live right now, the wheelchair runners have just started so we're moments away from about 8500 runners to start. we're going to -- i keep hearing a couple of
hopefully that will happen any minute now. certainly this is an exciting day for all of these runners. it's the 15th annual running of the baa half marathon. 13.1-miles and we're getting started right across from the zoo. our truck here is moving so you'll see a little movement as the runners are poised to get started. certainly, one of the exciting, elite runners that we've been hearing about the caroline. of course she won the boston marathon this past year so everyone is excited to see all of these elite runners. you might see some of them at the front of the pack lined up ready to go. any minute now, we should get started. again, 13.1 miles. we're told the emerald point area of the city, so a beautiful run, there you go. there's the start.
you see these runners getting ready to embark upon the 13.1 miles. we will give you live coverage through [inaudible] give you all the highlights as these elite runners are [technical difficulties] >> looks like we lost nicole. we'll keep you posted throughout the morning. meanwhile, a deadly shooting involving a police officer is under investigation. officers in beverly shot and you man to death who was ramming his vehicle into cruisers. it began for with a call for a disturbance. when police got there, they found a man intentionally plowing his suv into another vehicle with his wife and another person inside. >> i didn't see any injuries on her, but i'm sure if they were in the car when it was being hurt, i'm sure that they're going to be, you know, sore.
toyota highlander on two occasions, then backed up, struck a police cruiser, moved forward, struck a second beverly police cruiser. an officer got out of the car, ordered him to stop. he did not. one shot was fired through the driver's side window hitting shoulder. >> the man later died at the hospital >>there are new detail this is morning ant a fire in franklin. a couple was killed when an explosion tore through their condominium. the couple had just moved up from florida to be closer to their grandchildren. >> i heard the big boom about ten before 7:00. thought maybe it was a thunderstorm. reporter: a terrifying sight in franklin. a condo building totally engulfed in flames.
a huge fire and explosion likely fueled by propane. >> within two minutes of the sound, looked out back and the building was completely engulfed. reporter: one brand new unit was destroyed. a husband and wife living there both killed. nancy and richard brown, both 66 had just moved back up from florida to be close to their grandchildren. >> they walked every morning, just nice grandparents. >> yeah, terribly sad. reporter: the two other adjoining units were still vacant. the bodies of the two victims were discovered close together. >> its tragic for your community. its a small, tightly knitted community. it goes throughout the community so we are saddened by the tragedy and our hearts and prayers go to the family members. reporter: the cause of the explosion and fire still under investigation. the chief says there's no indication of a widespread problem, but some people living here are now uneasy about the propane factor. >> we don't know if we're going
to sleep here. reporter: yeah, i was going to say will you stay here? >> i don't know. probably not just until we're sure that everything is okay. reporter: and despite those concerns, investigators at this point believe any possible propane issue was isolated, confined to these units but they will spend the next several days checking everything out to make sure as well as investigating the cause of this terrible fire. boston police are looking for a man want ink can with a sexual assault in dorchester. police have released surveillance video of a person of interest who they want to talk to. the assault happened on september 27th on dorchester avenue and harbor view street. police are also looking for a suspect that may have pulled off four armed robberies in one day. all of the robberies happened in the area of gibson and leroy street and in each case, witnesses told police a man with braids and a red shirt threatened to stab them.
new details about the police officer that officer has been placed on administrative leave. someone took pictures of the officer asleep with his pillow and his seat all the way the police superintendent says this representative of lowell police tolerated. be closed this weekend so crews can make changes before winter comes. the section will be closed over halloween weekend as well. as the opioid crisis in massachusetts grows, the governor is considering drastic measures. >> also ahead, a warning ant a very realistic gun with serious injuries linked to what many consider a toy. >> time to take a look at some of the weather watcher reports. still some folks up
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reporter: beautiful temperatures, feeling like fall. a little on the cool side maybe for some of you but i have a little bit of everything for everyone out there. warm temperatures tomorrow and then cool, crisp temperatures by the end of the week. we have a few high, thin clouds indicating that fair weather is upon us. not enough to block out the sunshine, but nevertheless, those clouds will be around for the next few hours. i'm ask and you shall receive. glen took this photo last week in new hampshire. there you can see lots of color. that's what i'm going to expect when i head hampshire next week. sticks around. this is again a week behind this. is last week.
foilage tracker showing peak conditions. lakes and mountains, if you're heading to the fourth, 60 degrees. fantastic weather for monday, 68-degrees and plenty of sunshine. in boston, we're at 58, that southwest wind keeping temperatures in the 40s overnight in most spots. some low lying areas blocked from the wind, fell into the 30s. you probably had some patchy frost out there. frost is out of here. hour-by-hour, temperatures will warm very it's the this time. the runners experiencing beautiful conditions along the race course. 60-degree, and more sunshine later today. now everything going on, the northeast classic lacrosse tournament, 67 degrees for the high temperature between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. that event.
highs today, elsewhere, upper 60s from norwood to bedford. very comfortable in all spots. overnight 50 for the low in boston with 40s expected in the suburbs. columbus day weekend, 68 degrees today but 75 on spectacular 70s like i do. i like the warmer temperatures. i get cold very easily. seventy-five on monday, tuesday, 73. a few showers and some spotty showers remain wednesday through next saturday gradually cooling temperatures. those who love the crisp fall air, it will return thursday action friday and by next saturday, 55. >> everybody's happy with that. i'm going with you, i'm going with monday. >> that's my day. they seem like harmless toys but air soft guns are causing some harm.
the popularity of air soft guns is on the rise mutt so are the injuries. reporter: twelve year old joshua is lucky he can see anything out of his eye after an accident with an air soft gun. >> i was scared to death because it was so painful. reporter: joshua was at a friend's house when he picked up the air soft gun thinking it was a foam pellet gun. he accidentally hit the trigger and the bullet ricocheted off his nose into his eye. >> it looked bad. open his eye. reporter: a recent study found injuries in children from non powder firearms including bb guns and air soft guns are up more than 500% seeing that. >> these are extremely popular. not
classified as firearms under federal law, the national rifle association says parents should treat these like any firearm. >> they shout go over the owner's manuel, make sure -- manual, make sure you talk about gun safety rules with your children. reporter: doctors and the nra agree, if one of these guns is in the home, eye protection, safe storage and proper training are a must. >> ski goggles request be used -- can be used. reporter: joshua's mom says she now knows how important it is to make sure kids are aware of gun safety. >> i think it's real important that everybody be educated on the risks. reporter: joshua recovered his eyesight but he also developed a form of glaucoma and will have to go back for check ups every year for the rest of his life. they signed up for war but
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. good sunday morning everyone. a live look at franklin park. mile six of the baa half marathon. looks like stephen doing a good job as expected there. it's amazing pamela how they run. i mentioned this earlier, effortlessly. i mean when i run, it's like my legs are pounding. i like like i'm in pain -- look like i'm in pain. >> sore for a week. >> exactly. nicole jacobs is live there.
the good part is it's the perfect running weather. reporter: amazing weather. temperatures around 50 degrees at this time and we're on our way to a big warm up today. we'll be in the upper 60s, almost 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. and then the warming trend continues into monday. we had areas of patchy frost. 44 degrees wooster. for the spectators watching the marathon, 50s by 9:00 a.m. and any clouds you see right now will thin out and will be almost out of here completely by 4:00 p.m. as we hit high temp of 68 degrees. fantastic day today. a warmer day for tomorrow and the 70s stick around for a little bit. we'll go through those numbers, the timing of rain and a cool down all in your seven day.
you. checking our top stories now., a couple was killed when their franklin home exploded into flames yesterday morning. neighbors say they had just moved in from florida and were hoping to be closer to their grandchildren the cause of the blast is still under investigation but a gas leak is suspected. police in beverly shot and killed a man after he rammed his car into their cruisers. it began with a call for a disturbance at a home. when police got there, they found the man intentionally plowing his car into another with his wife and a friend inside. then he hit the cruisers. police say when he wouldn't stop, they opened fire. the man later died at the hospital. even else at the scene is okay. the elite runners are about half way
marathon but parts of the area will be closed nicole jacobs is nicole, how is it going there. reporter: well, kerry, we are well on our way along the route here the runners have just completed mile six, and i must say as a very novice runner, these runners are moving at an incredibly quick speedy clip here. mile six was at a 4.24 pace and at the head of the pack, we see salil and sambu. this is the 15th running of the boston athletic association half marathon. it is put on by [inaudible] and the fund. we do know that 8500 runners
this morning taking on this 13.1-mile trek. of course, they raised thousands of dollars. we're told that about 500 of these runners are with the marathon challenge team so just an exciting morning, a beautiful morning. we have seen some spectators lining the course as well cheering on these runners who have come out for such a beautiful day. there are about 29 -- they're about 29, 30 minutes into the race right now so i would imagine these runners will be finishing up their run in about another half hour. kerry, back to you. >> beautiful day, a great cause. a win-win. thank you. a former irish bank executive is undoers in massachusetts. police say david drum is wanted on an extradition charge. the report says he was a powerful
irish bank and he fled to boston when ireland started to investigate him. a woman who is bringing a civil suit against bill cosby for a sexual assault is coming to boston to give testimony. on friday, cosby came to town to give a deposition. the woman claims cosby forced her to do a sex act at the playboy mansion back in 1974 when the woman was 15 years old. attorney, gloria allred came to town. >> on december 22nd, 2015, judge carlin will take these concerns into account when he makes a further decision regarding which portions of the transcript of the deposition should remain sealed and which portions if any should be made public. face any criminal charges.
in recent months though, 40 women have come forward with similar claims. it is 8:35. time for killer at large, here -- keller at large. here's john. morning. there was an boston the other day. it was the re-election of my guest this morning. of the state's largest [inaudible] president, congratulations. >> thank you. reporter: now, you and your [inaudible] reform plan, so why did you get re-elected? >> well, the agenda is much
bigger than one or two issues. it's much bigger than any political candidate. we also, you know, helped elect elizabeth warren but that doesn't mean that everything's perfect. the elections have consequences, both good and bad, and the members obviously were well thought, were really focused, john. just kidding of course. implode. i left a job i loved in the senate. i loved it and i'm happy i did it. four years into it, i'm getting my feet grounded and i tell you, john, given middle class, given middle class america where we r its my job as the head of cio because we represent the
organized and non organized to make sure people are aware and are voting and know that if we work together we can change some problems but we have to work together in a construction way nor labor, the organization does a lot of fantastic work. i want to point out because i want to raise a not so flattering story about labor. what do you think when you see members of the teamsters charged with conspiracy and extortion after allegedly using violence, profanity and racial and homophobic slurs to an out of on the ever town tv crew? >> it's funny because teamsters have about 20,000 members in massachusetts, probably more. there's four bad apples. >> this isn't the first story of this type though. >> but they're four bad apples.
the attorney general had a nice piece where she said heck, these people work with special needs kid, shawn o'bryant in particular and people give their heart and soul to do right. [inaudible] to how about what wall street has down america or how about some of the bankers or some of the inappropriateness in our journalism where it's one sided. yeah, they made mistakes and nobody's proud of that but it doesn't mean labor movement is bad, john. >> when we come back, i want to get to an issue that is close to your smart what is the fight against addiction and we'll talk about that with the head of the massachusetts aflcio so stay with us. introducing longhorn' s great american steak dinner for $12.99.
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. welcome back. steve, going back to your years in the state senate and before, you've been a big activist for many years on issues surrounding addiction. you've praised governor baker's efforts to find answers to the terrible opioid epidemic we have here, and i know you're a part of that process. you also told me when we were lining up this interview, you think we may need in addition to whatever we're doing to take direct action against the manufacturers and distributers of these drugs, what do you mean?
1990s, big pharma, talked about, they basically identified them as the cause of this national open dickic in america -- epidemic in america and claimed it was a brilliant marketing scheme to create a block buster drug which is frankly devastated moms and dads on every street in massachusetts. >> you're talking about oxycontin. >> yes and that's not all of them. there are people that need pain medication. i want to be very clear. i know people need medication and they should have it, but that's when it should be distributed. not to a person who gets a tooth pulled or a knee worked on. they have done this. they have saturated and it's the docs that have to bear responsibility. they don't get proper training -- well, now it's changing but they didn't
get training in these medications because we banned opioids in 1914. reporter: so, let's get specific, what do you think we need to do, do we need legal action, do with you need new laws restricting further? it's all of the above. we have to be much more vigilant. are get injured, we make sure we're talking to them and know what they're prescribed. reporter: you'll recall governor patrick tried to step in and ban, i believe it was. >> it was hydro. >> right and the courts said you can't do that. >> right. john the fda approved these drugs and certainly we believe the fda should look at them.
this epidemic is so entrenched in big pharma, first they get you hooked, then they give you drugs to get you off and then they say oh, they should be on it their whole life. if we can treat diabetes with a pill, we can treat opioid with a pill. its not the same. >> correct me if i'm wrong, i believe the national group has delayed making an endorsement in the national presidential race, but which candidate has made the biggest impression on you so far in either party? >> personally, i'd have to say bernie sanders because, you know, he's talking about middle class america, he's talking about city america. he's talking about the people taking advantage of the laws and getting screwed by
perspective that the middle class runs america and not the i'm not with bernie yet. i have to respect the national, but most importantly, i think our candidates haven't all maybe appeared yet. this. mind? >> you know what, joe biden maybe. >> you like joe biden. >> i think he's terrific. reporter: interesting, thank you so much. >> thank you. that's it for me, now, back to my colleagues. >> all right. thank you and pamela is here with a beautiful day ahead. reporter: fantastic fall day here. a little warmer than yesterday but not as warm as what we're going to experience tomorrow. the warming trend continues. >> such an emotional roller coaster. reporter: it is. we have the warmth
go back to the crisp, cool, fall air. i'm getting pictures of the foilage across the area. here is a picture from the lake valley. thank you, i appreciate getting these pictures. the foilage tracker action near peak to the north. moderate color showing up all across area. that's for right around the boston location, the cape, the island, spotty colors. we're behind schedule by a couple of weeks. headaches and mountains -- lakes and mountains, 68 a dominant southwest breeze today and tomorrow but good temperature right now, in boston, 50. winds from the southwest at 12 miles per hour. that's going to keep our temperatures rather mild later on today. combined with the pleasant but we're still in the 30s and 40s with some 50s.
hour-by-hour for us here in boston, 64 by 1:00, 66 by 3:00 p.m. and if you notice, you have a few clouds rolling through the picture right now. high, thin, clouds eventually, those clouds move out later today and highs will easily skyrocket into the upper 60s pushing the 70-degree mark in some spots. overnight, 50, 40s in the suburbs, and we continue the warming trend for not only today but also for monday, columbus day, 75 degrees. tons of sunshine, less clouds. seven-day forecast, more 70s tuesday with a chance for a few spotty showers. that's going be the best chance to see any widespread rain. wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, a chance for a few showers on all of those days but they'll be few and far between. we cool off to the 60s and eventually the 50s by next weekend.
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before help could arrive. of course you can find the bear on bitter. a few hours -- twitter. a few hours after the first bear sighting, an account at newton bear tweeted i'm free just like tom brady. last night he tweeted to bc, people are worried about finding me, maybe they should be worried about finding a kicker, ouch. he's a mean bear. i toss it to pamela for our forecast now. reporter: a cool day but warming up to 68 degrees for that high temperature. more warm you believe everth on the way. -- warmth on the way.
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. this is a live look at the boston athletic association half marathon. no, they haven't stopped to take a break. these guys are cruising along. believe it or not, they're at mile 11 already and they took off at 8:00. we decided we'd be at mile two by now. so that is the baa allege lettic association half
has officially been christened. [ cheering and applause ] . >> first lady michelle obama broke a yesterday. she thanked service members and their families. >> your service as family members goes unrecognized. that folks across the country don't always see the courage and strength and dedication of our military military children. advanced $3 billion to build. day today right. 68-degree, plenty of sunshine. high level clouds moving through. not enough to block out the sun, but those apart. breezy all afternoon with a southwest wind keeping us
milder than yesterday. monday, 75 degrees. it is columbus day. hope you can do leaf peeping, great day for it. tuesday, 73 and then we cool off to crisp, fall-like temperatures by the end of the week getting to the chilly side for friday and saturday. saturday's high, 55-degrees. >> wow. seventy-five on monday. that's going to be nice. >> it's going to be the last we see of it. >> it might be. >> thanks pamela. have a wonderful day everybody. thank secretary of state much for joining us. we'll see you again next weekend. we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative principles we should lower rates and simplify the code to allow people to freely decide how they want to spend their money. what we need is leadership to fix a few big things... so that this country takes off and soars where people can dream the biggest possible dreams... and pursue them with a vengeance. (applause) jeb. proven conservative.
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