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blessing and how the weather can keep everyone safe after a huge health letter. health alert. captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail: firstname.lastname@example.org we begin with breaking news this morning. an amber alert for a 2-month- old baby has been called off. this morning, the infant is at children's hospital, his mother in police custody. massachusetts state police say 36-year-old tiffany cherry fled the state of pennsylvania with her infant son instead of taking him to the hospital to be treated for severe dehydration. police initially thought they might be headed for waltham. cherry was arrested in boston and the infant is at children's hospital now. thanks for being with us today, everybody. i'm kerry connolly. our other big story is the weather. a killing frost, as it's called and a big change from what
a killing frost, huh, barry? >> yeah. not too bad in most locations. we have a few cold pockets like norwood airport. the always cold places there in the low-lying locations. it's 48 in downtown boston out at logan airport. here's some clouds across northern number. the impulse, which has been circulating through and moving into maine now is actually causing thunderstorms near the maine coast and just offshore. that's crazy stuff for this time of the year, but it's so cold out there. that energy is moving away from us. we'll have some clouds from time to time and we'll also have some nice, sunny spells as well today. ed freed warning is up. today's high is around 54. and an isolated shower can't be ruled out. tomorrow, it's partly cloudy in the afternoon, only up to 46 and a gusty breeze. we'll have the rest of the accuweather forecast in a few minutes. back to you, kerry.
morning. a massachusetts state trooper has been injured in a late night collision. he was at a construction detail on the pike in his cruiser. he was sitting inside and was hit by a truck. it happened around 10:00 near exit 17 and newton centre. mass general. no word on the extent of his injuries and no information released. we'll continue, of course, to follow this breaking story and bring you any details that become available. quincy. a man was hit and killed by a commuter rain trail. investigating. there are major delays as they have to replace regular train briefly. and a developing story out of manchester by the sea where some residents are waiting for water service to be restored after a 100-year-old water main broke down yesterday afternoon town.
crews worked all night to get it restored. three-quarters of the customers were back by the evening. those efforts didn't help business owners, who were forced to close temporarily. >> we had to cancel 260 reservations for today. >> the town will have to decide whether it will spend millions to upgrade the antiquated system. a 20-year-old hacker is now under arrest, accused of stealing personal information of u.s. military members and giving it to isis. speak was detained in malaysia. they say he stole names, addresses, phone numbers, and photographs of more than 1300 service members. isis posted that information online in a kill list, urging
lone wolf attacks against those americans. u.s. officials are working to bring him back to the united states to face charges. a local routetry film- make -- local documentary film- maker found two new suspects in a 1988 bombing and what it took to find them. >> so he's traveling twice before lockerbie. >> reporter: ken's passion for unraveling this mystery is personal. his older brother david died in the bombing of pan am flight 103 and ken grew up knowing many of the people responsible were going free. >> that's what was frustrating.
investigative trips to libya to do what his predecessors didn't, couldn't, or wouldn't. >> one thing leads to another and you chip away at it. >> reporter: his series the bombing. both were already in custody. a khadafy intelligence chief and this man, mahsoud who dave believes physically built and detonated the bomb. >> it was hard to believe i had now been looking at the man i'd been trying to find for so many years. >> reporter: sarah was one of many americans on that plane. the college student from newton was headed home for christmas after a semester abroad. tonight, her mother told wbz ken's research has made a tremendous difference in this case. "i'm thrilled," she said through tears. he's keeping his brother in his life the same way question try to keep sarah in ours.
>> i believe this week's news is some outgrowth that i started and i'm hoping they can finish. >> reporter: he told us he believes his brother would appreciate the work that he has done in his name. in the satellite center, jim armstrong, wbz this morning. >> a judge has rejected a request to have their own doctor evaluate phillip chism. prosecutors say chism is faking it to stop his murder trial from going forward. jury selection is on hold. phillip chism was just 14 when police say he stabbed a math teacher, colleen ritzer, at danvers high school and dumped her body in the woods. the freeze this weekend should wipe out the mosquitoes for good. that's good because a ninth person has tested positive for west nile virus.
30s in suffolk county. a pawtucket, rhode island police officer is under investigation over some controversial video. as you can see, the school resource officer handcuffs one student and throws another to the ground. what you don't see is that the one thrown to the ground had been pushing the officer. the two students are brothers. one of whom was being arrested for screaming obscenities about another student. >> as concerning as it looks, there's always more to the story, and that's what we have to investigate. >> hundreds of students protested in pawtucket on thursday, claiming police used excessive force. police say they were threatened and had to use pepper spray to help control the crowd. were arrested. california is still struggling to get out from under feet of mud. coming up, when things could finally return to normal. >> and later, how doctors here in boston are giving new hope
to a baby some never thought would survive. barry? >> it's the weekend, kerry. thanks to all of the weather morning. a lot of them showing us what's going on in their backyard. let's go to adam in chelsea at 43 degrees. he says oh, well, a little early, but tomorrow morning is the likely end of the growing season. yes, the freeze warning is up by the national weather service. how cold will it be the next couple of days? i'll let you knee in my action kaw -- let you know in my accuweather forecast. it's your chance to be a weather watcher for us. go to cbsboston.com/weather to join the team.
it will take days to reopen one of the nation's most congested highways. mud has choked off travel on california's interstate 5. mudslides trapped more than 200 cars and trucks on the road north of los angeles. some cars were buried in 6 feet of mud. rescuers needed to use ladders and tarps to help hundreds of people trapped in their cars. fortunately, no deaths or injuries were reported. barry burbank is in the house this morning, bringing us some chilly temperatures, i must say.
today is a little better than tomorrow, barry, so i guess we have to enjoy today before we really get cold. >> not too bad out there right now. tomorrow morning and monday morning. >> right. >> i think monday will be the worst. >> really? chilly for the bus stop? >> yeah, it will be really cold, in the 20s in most spots. just a little colder than tomorrow will be. >> and this is a lot below normal for this time of year? >> oh, way below. >> way below? >> yes, but probably close to 15 degrees. >> really? >> yes. >> it better not stay. >> not today. maybe about 5 to 10 below average today. >> okay. >> but it's still colder than it should be this time of year. we go through these fluctuations of temperature. you should see when we get to the seven-day, kerry, because milder weather will be coming back. this morning it's 38.
it's cold out there. there's not too much mind not much happening across the nation. one front went by yesterday. another impulse going by. there it is right there. a weak little low pressure area on the coast of maine. that's producing thunder and lightning there this morning along parts of the maine coast. so we have places like brunswick and the islands may be getting thunder and lightning just offshore. we have one more front to come, and that's coming through this afternoon. that'll be a cold front. so you can see the rain and snow showers across the mountains today. here we've had a few patches of clouds in the last couple of hours. it looks like it's going to be clearing out, becoming mostly sunny this morning. we'll have more patches of clouds passing this afternoon. so sort of a changeable sky. there will be times when it's
bright and sunny and more patches of clouds will come across and blot out that sun clearing out completely tonight and nice and sunny tomorrow morning. once again, we'll have streaks of clouds streaming by and a gusty breeze tomorrow. the coldest of the air comes down later tomorrow and tomorrow night into early monday and moderation begins after that. high temperatures today, about 54 in boston. 56 in cape cod. 52 in worcester county. the national weather service has issued a frost warning. we've already had freezing conditions in parts of northwestern and north central massachusetts already. the growing season is going to end with these temperatures tomorrow morning. many of the suburbs 36 at logan cape cod. highs tomorrow should be in the middle 40s.
even some 30s way up in the far northern areas and around 50 on cape cod. in the 20s again but lower tomorrow morning and getting close to that 32-degree mark in boston. if it goes to 32 monday morning, that'll be the earliest since 1979. so that's crazy cold stuff. the first 32 in boston, the earliest was october 5th in 1881. the average was november 4th and the latest was just a few years ago in 2009, december 6th when that happened. here's nigh seven-day forecast. here we go. we've got mid-50s for today. we've bot mid-40s tomorrow. -- we've got mid-40s tomorrow. then a nice warm-up after that. it should be warming up to the lower 60s on tuesday. low to middle 60s on wednesday and thursday. probably will be showers on thursday as the next system goes by and gives us another cold shot about friday.
the temperature and going below average and above average. not too much rain this week. >> man, i've got to go find sleeves for my dresses. i wasn't expecting to go sleeve hunting so quickly. >> have you turned the heat on in your house yet? >> you have? >> not the heat but the gas fireplace has been on. >> i'll try to make it to november money. >> you are good about that. house. i hate to admit it. >> that's not like you. >> it's not. it's a scary job, but someone has to do it. so we sent pamela gardner out to some of the most frightening places in new england. she's checking out the scream- take a look. >> welcome to the virus. >> i don't want to go first. [screaming ] >> okay, are you ready? >> i'm ready.
[screaming ] >> reporter: so what are your names? >> diana. >> janice. >> reporter: thanks for letting me come with you. [screaming ] [ laughter ] [eerie music playing ] >> reporter: we're gonna regroup here. okay. your name again? i totally forgot it in there. >> janice. >> diana. >> reporter: thank you for going in there with me. thank you for going first. what did you think? >> it's okay. >> reporter: it was okay? >> yeah. it doesn't really scare me. >> oh, man.
>> enjoy the rest of the park. >> reporter: yeah, thanks. >> pamela's frights didn't end there. yikes. stay tuned for part 3 of her adventure coming up at 7:30. an inoperable brain tumor appears to be no match for boston. coming up, how they saved the life of a baby that no one else believed would see her first
the parents of a baby girl are celebrating an outlook for her they couldn't have imagined before they came to boston. they were planning her funeral until they decided to try something else. as paul burton explains, doctors here in boston are giving them new hope. take a look. >> there's nothing like the feeling of looking down at your child, your newborn child and just wondering when her last breath will be. >> reporter: abigail's journey has not been easy. before birth, doctors diagnosed her with an inoperable brain tumor. >> we didn't know if she would make it out of the hospital. >> reporter: the joneses made funeral arrangements for abigail. mom, who is a nurse, said the doctors told the family there was nothing they could do.
prepared us that she would live. >> after baby abigail was given a death sentence, the family took her home for hospice but noticed the baby wasn't getting any worse. so they got a second opinion at boston children's hospital. that's where the story changes. >> we didn't think there was enough evidence to give the baby a death sentence on the basis of pictures. last week we went to the operating room, opened up and removed the mass. >> reporter: the tumor was not malignant. >> she is a miracle. she's missing a large portion of the left side of her brain. she should have problems with function. she should not be a normal baby, but she is. >> reporter: the family says though abigail still has down syndrome, they believe she will live a long life. >> we always prayed for abigail to be healed. however that works out, god's still going to get the glory
welcome back. 6:26. a cockatoo in brookline was free as a bird but residents would like to see him caged. this cockatoo named dino flew his coop in july. he's easy to spot. his strange noises are ruffling feathers and is damaging the home where robert kennedy was born. >> while we're sympathetic, he isn't really what we had in mind for the house. >> dino is in trouble. the cockatoo has been elusive. since the bird won't be able to stand the coming drop in temperature, there's really an urgency now to get him home to his honer, who has been very worry -- his owner, who has pet. much more ahead in our next half hour of news. if you were woken up in the
middle of the night by an amber alert, we're happy to tell you the baby has been found. >> also ahead, police have new help in the search for a bank robber. >> an out-of-control car slams right into a store. we'll tell you what triggered this crash. pumpkin excitement is back at dunkin'. pick up your favorite pumpkin-flavored baked treats and beverages, like the new pumpkin macchiato
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tomorrow morning and monday morning, c-c-c-cold. we've got some 30s out there and even down to 30 in norwood at the airport there. there are colder pockets where there has been radiational cooling and the wind has dropped off. the wind will pick up later this morning, and it will be rather gusty this afternoon at 12 to 25 miles per hour. that's what it's like right now. we can see the clouds moving across northern new england. there have even been thunderstorms down east from portland, maine along the maine coast as a bundle of energy moves along the coast and spirals away. we are seeing batches of clouds go by, so changeable amounts of clouds will turn sunnier again later and then it will clear out tonight for sure to support a freeze warning up for much of the region. so it looks like temperatures will be going down in the 20s. the hard freeze is going up. 54 today. only 46 for a high tomorrow after we start off only in the 20s to lower 30s in the
morning. the rest of my accuweather away, kerry. >> all right, barry. thank you so much. a look at our top stories. an amber alert for a 2-month- old baby has been called off. the baby is at children's hospital and its mother is in police custody. cherry fled pennsylvania with heron pant son instead of taking him to the hospital to be treated for severe dehydration. cherry was arrested in boston. a massachusetts state trooper injured in a late night collision. his cruiser was hit by a truck at a construction site on the pike last night. it happened around 10:00 near exit 17 in newton centre. the trooper is now being treated at mass general. some people are waking up without water after a water main break in manchester by the sea. part of a 100-year-old water main broke out yesterday afternoon shutting off water to
crews worked all night to get it restored. three-quarters of customers now have their water back. there is a new clue in an arlington bank robbery. this is a sketch of the man police say held up a winchester savings bank around 1:30 yesterday. police say he showed a gun and demanded cash. so if you have any information, you are asked to please call the police department. time now to go to campaign 2016. the front-runner's in our own backyard. hillary clinton tried to jump hampshire polls. donald trump trying to turn the red. jim smith got closer to both campaigns. >> we caught up with donald trump before the speech, and i got the chance to ask him, why woman here to massachusetts, a was one. >> do you think you can take massachusetts? >> i think we can. you see the crowd. we have 2,000 people standing outside. packed.
>> reporter: a lot of democrats that are up here. >> i know, but look, i love the people up here. >> reporter: once inside, he continued the same theme. >> i love massachusetts. i love -- [ cheers and applause ] >> why do they always say that a republican can't win massachusetts? i think we can. >> reporter: then he took aim at hillary clinton, who had an event on friday. >> we have two rooms like this full. we have at least 2,000 people outside. and hillary had 250 people. [ laughter ] that's not good. >> reporter: as for mrs. clinton, she banged the drum for democrats in general and why she's a better bet than any republican. >> after he election, bill said to me, it's so much worse than they told us. the deficit is so much higher. the debt is so much higher. it quadrupled in the prior 12 years.
that donald trump held this event in tyngsboro. tyngsboro is not far from new hampshire. jim smith, wbz news. hillary clinton, meanwhile, and bernie sanders are nearly deadlocked in new hampshire less than four months before the democratic primary. a new suffolk university poll puts clinton at 37% to sanders' 35%. clinton may have turned things around with her debate performance earlier this week. more than half the voters questioned in this poll say she won the debate. 50% of those polled say vice president joe biden should not enter the race at this point. after a month on the run, three men have been arrested for killing a man in a mission hill parking lot. lewis baden maximo was shot in the head in the middle of the day about a month ago behind a stop & shop in mission hill. prosecutors say he and a friend were in a restaurant nearby when one of the suspects came in and saw him.
baden maximo was frightened and tried to get away, but the suspects caught up with him. check out this wild video. a car crashing into a liquor store in worcester. two cars collided at the liquors. the force of the crash sent one of the cars into the store. fortunately, no one was hurt. it was certainly a long night for the owner and his employees who needed to clean up to get the store opened on time. mess. what you see now is like heaven compared to the way it looked when i get down here. we opened at 9:00. i told the guys we will be open at 9:00. customers. >> as if the crash wasn't bad enough, right after the accident, some people took advantage and ran into the store and stole cartons of sheesh. new developments at a fire at a decades old christian camp.
it wasn't arson but an accident that burned a building at the groton wood baptist camp. investigators think a propane torch that was used to do a repair project can't rule out an electrical shortage. the building destroyed was first used as a barn more than 300 years ago. a group of uber drivers is trying to organize a strike today and tomorrow. a group calling itself uber freedom wants drivers to avoid answering calls on the app this weekend. they say services like uber and lyft are cheating drivers while making huge profits. they're demanding an increase in fares and want customers to have the option of tipping their drivers. a kennedy is, again, at the center of a storied new england dynasty. coming up, we'll get you closer to the new president of the red sox. barry? >> kerry, the national weather service has a freeze warning up for tonight from 1:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. looks like a mighty cold
weather in store for us tonight and tomorrow night as we'll have an end to the growing season across much of the region. how about the trivia for this hour? let's check it out. the heaviest coating of frost usually occurs at what, 20 degrees, 24, 28, or 32? i'll have the answer to that and my seven-day forecast in a few minutes. that's amazing. it's amazing. this is amazing. that's amazing! real people are discovering surprising things at chevy. we're sold. it's so pretty. beautiful. it feels great. perfect. this is not what i would expect from a chevy at all. get more than you expect for less than you imagined. the 2015 models are going fast. find your tag and get cash back for 15% of the msrp on select 2015 vehicles in stock. or, get 0% financing
well, good morning, everyone. we begin with some injury news. we gear up for tomorrow fight's injury updates. dion lewis, dont'a hightower and trey flowers all listed as questionable. the patriots hit the practice field once again down in foxboro. the 4-0 pats leave for indy today and meet the colts tomorrow night. they are 10-point favorites coming in with many expecting a blowout pats win in the deflate game revenge game, but you never know. as for the colts, andrew luck is listed as questionable. he is listed as a full participant in friday's workout. matt hasselbeck appeared
comfortable taking over the reigns. both quarterbacks know what's at stake when the undefeated patriots come to town tomorrow night. >> we need to outexecute them in my mind. if you could pick one thick, that's the -- could pick one thing, that's the thing. they are smart. at the end of the day, there will be a ball in the air, tight man coverage. someone's got to make the play. >> it is the next game. it is a very, very good team that's undefeated coming into town. there certainly is a history between us and them. it's also a new year, and you've got to take care of business at home. >> reporter: so far it's been bad luck against the patriots for andrew. he's 0-4 with six touchdowns and ten picks. in those four games, luck's colts have been beat bin the pats by an average score of 47-
pats/colts play in prime tim . >> in brookline, 4 it-year-old kennedy who's been coo of the sox takes over for larry lucchino who's cutting back his work load. he says he wants the fans to have the best experience in all of baseball and help connect the next generation of baseball fans to the game. as for priority number one? >> winning baseball games in october. that is why we are here. that is the central mission of the red sox front office. that. baseball. game one of the alcs last night between the royals and blue jays in kansas city. salvador perez making it 3-0kc. they went on to win game one, 5-0. the alcs begins tonight. night. celtics. evan turner a strong game at
both ends of the floor. the cs suffered the first loss of the preseason 101-95 the final. bruins, by the way, back in action tonight in arizona to take on the coyotes. meanwhile, college action. b.c. blanked 6-0. umass hosts penn state and harvard at lafayette today. i'm dan roche. have a great saturday, everyone. >> thank you, dan roche. look who's here. barry burbank is in the house. >> i was just looking around. >> yeah. >> you, too. >> like old times. >> you mean you don't watch me when you are home? >> of course i do. >> of course you do. barry's bringing us cold temps. my goodness. >> it's a really nippy morning getting out there. mostly 20s then, so it will be a cold wind as well to go along with that, you know?
that snarl i keep giving you. >> yeah, you don't usually snarl at me. we have a touch of the clouds as you can see. not a bad morning out there. i know kerry is one who likes to have the sunset early, right, kerry? the earlier it is, the better it is. she loves so much darkness. sunset today, this is like getting over the barrier. we're down to 5:59. the sun is setting before 6:00. how ugly is that? before 6:00, then we get to halloween, it's down to 5:39. then the day after that is november 1st when standard time returns. you know what that means? we have to fall back in one hour. the sun will be setting at 4:38, and kerry will be so happy then. when it gets dark it's 4:38. 48 degrees in boston right now. let's go to the north to see what the numbers look like. we've got 30s up in northern new england. we've got a few 30s down here
in massachusetts where it was clear part of the night before the clouds rolled in. it's 35 in bedford and 30 in norwood. 32 in taunton. all of these airport locations are in the low-lying spots where the radiational cooling is at a premium. even 35 at hyannis. here we go with the map and here's what's happening. not much across the nation today. we had one front go by yesterday. we had this bundle of energy go by early this morning. we have yet another cold front to come through this afternoon, so the combination will give us clouds from time to time. that disturbance this morning actually caused thunderstorm as long the maine coast a while ago. we had about 25 to 30 bolts of lightning up in here just down east of portland. not as much lightning now. it seems to be weakening and moving away. a couple of sprinkles around the region. not much of anything to be worried about. some showers, rain, and snow across the northern mountains today.
afternoon hours. we'll have some clouds around from time to time this morning. we'll have spells of bright sunshine, too. by. today. becomes clear tonight. the temperature starts really tumbling. tomorrow we start out sunny in the morning and streaks of clouds going by in the afternoon with a gusty northwesterly wind. looks like temperatures will be so monday morning, it's going cold. highs today around 54 and boston around 56 on the cape. upper 40s and lower 50s in the worcester hills area to 40s in england. tomorrow morning will be 36 in boston. cold breeze out there. inland locations, the wind will have dropped off, so it's down in the 20s with that hard freeze and freeze warning being up. tomorrow's highs, mid-40s. boston, some lower 40s in far western and northern new england. on monday morning, getting very close to 32 in boston and all
30s. to hit 32 early since 1979 and the latest to ever hit freezing in boston was back just a few years ago in 2009 when it was december 6th before we had the final freeze. here we go with that cold air now. so it's going to be with us for a couple of days. that's all going to shift trend afterwards. after a cold weekend, look at the middle part of next week. we've got low to middle 60s turning much milder. the wind turns into the southwest and the high pressure center moves to the south of us. the next front will come along with showers on about thursday to introduce another cold shot. time now for our trivia. >> i'm leaning towards d. >> the answer is -- >> finally. >> you got a good one there, 32 degrees.
are lower, there's not as much moisture so you are not going to get the heavy coatings. it's when you have the heaviest coatings of frost around the 32 degree mark. >> i knew that. >> that's why you got a gold star on your forehead. >> thanks, barry. still look all right? >> looks fine. the story of bella bond touched hearts all over new england. meet the group using bella as an inspiration helping other children entering the foster care system.
. few things have touched us like baby bella. now a group of moms are honoring her life. they are filling backpacks with clothing and toys. these essentials will be given to foster children in the critical hours when they are removed from the home. >> oftentimes there's nothing there that's clean enough for them to take or they only have what's on their back. so we have one little girl who came wrapped in a police or fireman blanket and had on a pair of moldy shorts. >> donation boxes have been set up in several communities. if you'd like to donate to the project, check on our web site, cbsboston.com, for more
was the colts cha kicked off the deflate gate controversy. an indianapolis bakery is having a little fun with it, offering deflate gate cookies. cookies with the infamous courtroom sketch of tom brady right on it, and a smashed cell phone cookie? they claim their profits have inflated over deflate gate. whatever. 6:57 now. top stories and an update on the accuweather forecast. it is going to get chilly. look at that sunrise. boy, what a beautiful morning. barry's joining us and will have the full forecast for you coming up.
right now at 7:00 a state trooper injured in a late night crash. what he was doing when his cruiser was hit by a truck. a water main break leaving residents without water. getting things up and running again and what it will take. >> how a man helped investigators crack down two new suspects in the pan am bombing. captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail: email@example.com good morning, everybody. it is 7:00 and this saturday
my surprise guest this morning. my old pal barry burbank. >> nobody knows who i am. >> he's only been here for a short period. anyway, always good to have you. good to see you. >> so we have chilly weekend weather, don't we? >> we have showers, which have broken out and a broken thunderstorm down in parts of cape cod. as cold as it is, we've got a couple of boomers banging around. let's look at the sky out here. spectacular. we've got dark clouds in sunshine. it's a variable morning from place to place, kerry. the first disturbance is causing the showers. we've got temperatures now, which are variable from place to place. a lovely live shot that is. 48 in boston. so it is changeable out there from sky conditions and temperatures as well. right in here. a bit of a swirl coming along and the tail that wins over the gulf of maine where
going on there near the central and maine coast. the other pocket of showers and storms have popped up near cape cod. you can see going behind the others and cape. some lightning down there as well. that's all moving over toward the cape. don't expect any thunderstorms anywhere else, bust a couple of sprinkles and light showers. we've got a freeze warning in for tonight. the freeze warning up by the national weather service. we will be up to 54 for a high today and changeable amount of clouds and sunshine. tomorrow it's only up to 46. it's almost 15 degrees or so for the date. i'll have the rest of the accuweather forecast in a minute. back to you, kerry. breaking news. an amber alert for a 2-month- old baby has been called off and its mother is in police custody. police say the 36-year-old
pennsylvania instead of taking the baby to the hospital for severe dehydration. she was arrested in boston. a massachusetts state trooper injured while at a construction detail on the pike when the suv cruiser he was sitting inside was hit by a tractor-trailer. it happened near exit 17. the trooper is being treated at mass general. no information about the truck driver is being released just yet. meanwhile, a man hit and killed by a commuter rail train in quincy. that happened near the wollaston station last night. the norfolk d.a.'s office is investigating. a developing story now in manchester by the sea where some residents are still waiting for water service to be restored. part of a 100-year-old water main broke down yesterday afternoon, shutting off water to most of the town. crews worked all night to get
quarters of the customers back by the evening, but those efforts didn't help the business owners, who were forced to close temporarily. >> we did have 260 reservations today and tonight. >> ouch. >> ouch. >> we opened today at noontime. within five minutes, we could see the water out the window gushing in the air. we knew right then and there it wasn't going to be a good day. >> the town will decide next year if it will spend millions to upgrade that antiquated system. a 20-year-old hacker is arrested accused of stealing personal information of u.s. military members and giving it to isis. he was detained and police say he stole names, addresses, phone numbers, and even photographs of more than 1300 service members. isis then posted that information online in a kill
against those americans. now to a wbz exclusive. a local documentary film-maker is determined to track down those responsible for pan am flight 103, which killed his brother. jim armstrong has a closer look at what it took to find them. >> so magrahi is traveling tice before this. >> reporter: his mission is personal. his older brother died in the bombing and ken grew up knowing many of the people responsible were going free. >> that was a frustrating and intolerable situation to a lot of families. it so happens that my work over years was in the direction of journalism. >> reporter: he took the first of several investigative trips to libya to do what his predecessors didn't, or couldn't, or wouldn't.
and you chip away at it. >> reporter: the series identifies the two who were responsible for it. this man is the one david believes physically built and detonated the bomb that blew up flight 103. >> it was hard to believe i was now looking at the man i'd been trying to find for so many years. >> reporter: sarah phillips was headed home for christmas after a semester abroad. tonight, her mother told wbz ken's research has made a tremendous difference in this case. "i'm actuallied," she said through tears. he's keeping his brother in his life the same way we try to keep sarah in ours. now word that u.s. and scottish investigators are looking just where ken has pointed. >> i believe this is in large measure an outgrowth of the
hoping they can finish. >> reporter: he believes his brother would appreciate the work he has done in his name. jim arm strong, wbz news this morning. a judge has rejected a request by prosecutors to have their own psychologist examine a teenager accused of killing his teacher. phillip chism is undergoing a 20-day evaluation after making disturbing, suicidal statements to a court psychologist. prosecutors say chism is faking it to stop his murder trial from going forward. jury selection is now on hold. philip chism was 13 when he stabbed a math teacher, colleen ritzer at danvers high school and dumped her body in the woods. it looks like lamar odom is awake and talking days after being found unconscious in a nevada brothel. odom said hello to family members and gave a thumbs up yesterday. odom's aunt and his estranged wife chloe kardashian are thanking fans for their kindness and understanding.
welcome back. it's 7:17. barry's here. let me give you a little space. i'm very messy. >> you've had a busy morning. >> what can i say? >> i'll help you clean up. >> call on me any time, and mess. >> good to know, barry. it's a chilly one and getting chillier. >> lovely morning out there many some locations. take a look at this shot here from glenn copperman from bear notch road. i've been up there many times myself. quite interesting any time of the year. it still exists where you are.
foliage season got off to a bit of a late start but certainly has come on very, very strong in many spots and still places where the color is tarnished and muted, but there are places where the color is absolutely vibrant and spectacular. it's starting to go past peak across the far northern mountains now. wear seeing near peak in many locations and even down here in much of massachusetts. get out there and enjoy that certainly this weekend. it's 48 degrees in boston right now. westerly wind is rather light. it's rather cloudy over the city right now. we're looking at temperatures, which will be going up gradually from the upper 40s we have now to the lower 50s for highs early this afternoon. there will be a changeable sky. there will be clouds out there and clear out with more patches of clouds that may cross. i think that's a correct reading in nantucket. 56 degrees. you can see the air flow and jet stream bringing the cold
canada. we are in for a couple of cool nights ahead before the wind shifts to a southwesterly direction and things change. so we've got this first disturbance coming through with quite a few clouds coming through now. producing thunderstorms near and just off the maine coast and over parts of cape cod. hyannis. hyannis with rain going on between nantucket. that's where the thunderstorms are going on. not frequent lightning but at least there is some. some local downpours getting a few places down there. freeze warning's up by the national weather service for tonight from 1:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. hard freeze and the killing of the growing season for sure. the next cold front will come through this afternoon, which may bring more clouds back in. after we get rid of the clouds we have now, it'll clear out
in later today. that's the deal. we'll have cold weather coming up. let's check out the forecast calling for temperatures going up to 46. tomorrow, that's all. then 48 on monday. it's going to be down to the 25 to 30 range in the suburbs tonight, upper 20s near 30 and mid-20s tomorrow or monday morning. so a freezing cold start monday morning. boston may get down close to 32 monday morning. then we get a nice turn around, nice recovery, kerry. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, we're back to the 60s again. >> i don't know how to feel, barry. it's an emotional roller coaster. the fbi is investigating a report that the dow jones was hacked for trading tips. the dow jones is denying it but still says they are looking into it. it is the end of an era. usairways flying off into the sunset.
terminal before the airline's final flight. flight 1939 left san francisco around 1:00 this morning and landed in philly early this morning. usairways merged with american in 2013 and will fly under that banner from now on. still ahead, a check of our top stories, including a water main break on the north shore. crews this morning working to get water back on for some residents. some restaurant chains stand out from the competition. coming up, the phantom gourmet
welcome back. there are some new national restaurant chains separating up across the -- sprouting up across the region. dan andleman takes you to spots you might want to try. >> reporter: noodles and company is a fast-growing chain serving spaghetti, udon and pad thai from woe born to shrewsbury. >> it is a place to come in and get dishes from all over the world. >> reporter: rio at chestnut hill square is a relatively upscale italian chain in terms of cuisine and atmosphere. >> it emulates that tuscan villa. it's a very open, airy feel. you can have a conversation with someone and still feel that energy. >> reporter: with stores in westwood and natick, smashburger is the latest
upscale burger chain to invade the region. >> burger lovers told us that they want true crunchiness. we think you'll notice why it's better than any burger on the market when you taste it. >> red stone opened in burlington and of course wahlbergers is growing now in hingham, lynnfield and fenway. for more food and fun, watch the phantom gourmet saturday and sunday at 10:30 and 11:00 on my tv 38. still to come, a mother in custody and sparking an amber alert. >> plus, a trooper hurt in a late night crash. the details we're learning this
good morning, everybody. it is 7:30. we're glad you are joining us on this chilly october 17th. well, it's going to be chilly. i'm kerry along with barry. >> yes, yes, yes. can hardly wait for the cold weather. >> i do. i like october to be nice and i like 70s. favorite month. >> i like it around 70 or so. >> just a little crispness in the air. >> crispness in the mornings but nice afternoons around 70 degrees would be perfect. >> right. we're not talking about that. >> take a look, 48 in boston right now. some 30s in the colder valley locations. we've had a changeable sky overnight. we've got a changeable sky for much of today. at times we are going to see spells of sunshine. we've got a little disturbance moving through. the energy package is up in here, but the tail that spins down across new england here so
you can see this bank of clouds moving through with a few sprinkles except on the cape where there's heavier showers that have cropped up. moving over it, it's just ending in hyannis or near or south of bruceer it to chatham. extending south to almost down to nantucket, things are moving off to the east-northeast. there may be an isolated shower later today but most of the rest of the showers will be north and west of boston. freeze warning for tonight. usual weekend forecast with only 46 tomorrow with the gusty cold wind. we'll have more on the great head of the charles regatta. kerry? right now, a look at some of our top stories. an amber alert for a 2-month- old baby is called off. this morning, the inif aen is at children's hospital and his mother in police custody.
cherry fled pennsylvania with her infant son instead of take him to the hospital for dehydration. cherry was arrested in boston. a massachusetts state trooper injured in a late night collision. his cruiser was hit by a truck at a construction site last night around exit 17 in newton centre. the trooper is now being treated at mass general. some people are waking up without water after a waterman break at manchester by the sea as part of a 100-year-old water main broke downtown yesterday afternoon shutting off the water to most of the town. crews worked all night to get it restored. three-fourths of customers have their water back. police released this sketch of a man they say held up the winchester savings bank on medford street around 1:30 yesterday afternoon.
police say he showed a gun and demanded cash. so if you have any information, you are asked to please call the police department. it will take days to reopen one of the nation's most congested highways. mud has choked off travel on california's interstate 5. the mudslides trapped more than 200 cars and trucks on the road north of los angeles. some cars were buried in 6 feet of mud. fortunately, no deaths of injuries were reported. now to campaign 2016. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are nearly deadlocked in new hampshire. a new poll by suffolk university and "boston globe" puts clinton at 37% to sanders' 35%. now, clinton may have turned things around with her debate performance earlier this week. more than half the voters questioned in the poll say she won the debate. 50% of those polled say vice president biden should not enter the race at this point. all month, pamela gardner
has been visiting halloween events all around new england. last night, shes what out very late visiting canopy lake park in salem,upup. take a look. >> reporter: okay. we survived barely. these are my friends from people brook middle school. how did you like it? >> it was fun. >> i was flying up and i was >> me, too. our hair, too. i'm going to go comb it and
[screaming ] [screaming ] [screaming ] [noises ] >> reporter: oh, my gosh! [ laughter ] >> reporter: oh, that guy that jumped out, all right, i think i survived a few haunted houses and rides. i'm back here with chris. >> i'm glad you made it. >> that was intense. >> excellent. >> reporter: these actors, who are they? >> we have just under 300 actors here. they are from all over the area, and we've trained them for over the past month of the fantastic haunt. >> reporter: when people pay admission to come to the park, what's included? >> when you come to the park, rides are all included. unlimited access. we have a monster parade and
all of the live shows are all included with park admission. >> reporter: it all looks fantastic. we could spend days here, but i think we're going to wrap it up, so back to you guys in the studio. >> that looks fun. pamela, thank you so much. still ahead, the pats gearing up for the highly anticipated matchup with the colts and the players who might be sitting this one out and the hype surrounding the deflate gate rematch. s about pick up your favorite pumpkin-flavored baked treats and beverages, like the new pumpkin macchiato
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the pats are gearing up to night. it is a rematch of the afc championship game that sparked the deflate gate drama, and the pats are dealing with some injuries. cornerback brown, high tower and tray flowers are listed as questionable. field. they leave for indy later on today. they have beaten the colts six straight times and are ten- point favorites tomorrow. as for the colts, after missing two games with a white shoulder injury qb, andrew luck is listed as questionable for the game. hasselbeck led the team to two wins in luck's absence. in either case, both quarterbacks know what's at stake when the undefeated patriots come to town.
if you could pick one thing, that's the thing. they are real physical, real tough, real smart, but at the end of the day, there's going to be a ball in the air, tight man coverage and someone needs to make the play. >> it is a very, very good team that's undefeated coming into town. there is a history between us and them. it's also a new year. you have to take care of business at home. >> start your sunday with patriots all access and after the game, turn to wbz for the fifth quarter post game show. thousands of athletes will hit the water for the annual head of the charles regatta. among them, a team that's been out of the water for a while. they are the state police rowing team. the four men haven't rowed in two decades, but the troopers have been training for just a few weeks. they say they are ready to go. this is the first ever team
from the massachusetts state police to race in the head of the charles. it's an honor they can't believe is happening. >> a dream, absolute dream. i mean, i grew up in lexington. just watching all of the boats coming through, i never thought i'd be able to row in the head of the charles. >> they are encouraging law enforcement to join in next year for a friendly competition. just remember, guys, legs body arms, arms body legs. here's a look outside as we head to break as lots of coming to town. at the forecast. believe it or not, it's getting october 17th.
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welcome back. are you ready, barry? >> i'm always ready. >> i caught you over there. right? what's going on. >> looking at social media and getting the latest pictures of everybody sending them in. thanks, everybody, for doing that and sending pictures of what is happening. >> they started bright and early. >> yes. this one is from lawrence and sunrise at grant rock in marshfield. that's a nice shot there. the clouds were behind the son mostly in the western sky approaching marshfield.
cloudy as a batch of energy moves along. the big one is the great ahead of the charles regatta. we'll find varying amounts of clouds and sunshine. it will turn sunnier soon and another bank of clouds may come in at some point this afternoon, so a changeable sky around 54. limited. tomorrow it's 46 with a mix of sun and clouds. again, bright and sunny tomorrow morning and a bank of clouds may come in later tomorrow afternoon. also, maybe a qualifying marathon for you if you are going to be in lowell for the baystate marathon tomorrow morning at 8:00. we'll be lucky to be up to 33 at that point. we have the wayland road race on sunday morning. pam's run. it's going to be, again, only in the lower 30s, maybe even upper 20s for that. it will be chilly running this weekend. 48 in boston right now. we've got a few colder pockets in the valley locations. we're looking upstream and
seeing some 20s up in here. that's what we're going to have tonight and tomorrow night in much of new england. we've got a couple of fronts moving on through. we have this one this morning, which has been causing a few thunderstorms on the maine coast and even down here on the cape getting some showers this morning. another weak front coming through this afternoon, which may bring another bank of clouds in. you can see the showers, which have moved off, moving over chatham now and ready to move out to sea. so we'll say good-bye to that and hello to the sunshine breaking through again. so this afternoon, we'll see the sunshine and mix of clouds clearing out later tonight after evening clouds. it's going to be a changeable weekend except the cold that will be cold tonight. highs today will be in the mid- 50s. northern new england. lows tonight will be down in the real cold, cold enough until a freeze warning is up
go down to 36 in boston. upper 20s and near 30 in the suburbs. upper 30s on cape cod. highs tomorrow only in the mid- 40s. even lower 40s way out west to near 50 on cape cod. lows on monday morning. almost down to freezing at boston and logan airport. 20s in most of the suburbs. here's my seven-day forecast. calling for temperatures to be only up to 48 degrees for a high on monday. then a warm-up begins, lower 60s and even mid-60s wednesday and thursday. thursday there could be showers. that would be the wet day of this week, some showers around. the next cold shot here on friday. that's it, kerry. >> all right, barry. thank you. now a look at what's coming up this week on "centro." i'm yadires nova-salcedo. coming up on "centro," the launching of a brand new magazine in boston and why october was the perfect month to do it. we'll explain after the break.
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on these remaining 2015 chevy vehicles. good morning, everyone. i'm yadires nova-salcedo. welcome to "centro." we begin with our news highlight. we just finished celebrating hispanic heritage month and so many events took place between september 15th and october 15th, commemorating this very special time.
special breakfast celebrated by the spanish language newspaper el mundo in boston. i got a chance to be at the head table with massachusetts governor baker, boston mayor walsh, and other distinguished media professionals. thank you to el mundo for putting on such a great event. october is national doe midwest you can violence awareness month. so we've seen a lot of purple ads asking you to be part of the solution to ending abuse against women. today on "centro," we want to tell you about a brand new magazine that was launched this week in an effort to create more awareness about the topic. also, there is a betting drive you can take part in that resource center. to tell us more, with us this morning, laverne gordon, president of the love life now foundation. good morning, laverne. >> good morning. >> i just love the name. have i to say the love life now i love it. >> it means a lot. >> tell us about the foundation, first of all. >> absolutely.
it is a year round awareness organization that promotes awareness around domestic violence. essentially, we want to keep the topic in pete's minds and hearts year round not just when something happens in the news. >> not just october. >> year round. >> yes. >> tell us about a couple of the things that you do. i know you have the white ribbon day. talk to us about that. >> sure. >> the white ribbon day campaign promotes more male awareness and asks more men to be part of the conversation against women and children. we host what's called the white ribbon knights gala. the last friday of every february -- >> yes. >> because statewide ribbon saturday i is the first monday of every march. so that night, we have men speaking to the men and women of the room thinking of how
they can be part of the solution. >> so there's awareness with the heel-a-thon. >> reporter: a fun event. one of my favorites because you put on your favorite pair of heels and walk a short distance. >> wedges. >> i opt for stilettos, but we have women that show up in sneakers. it's not mandatory. again, that's usually the first sunday of every june. that's been going on now for the past fuhr years. >> i really want you to talk to me about this new magazine. this is a brand new effort. again it was launched now, this past thursday. so congratulations. this was something that was a dream of yours for a while now. >> talk to us about that. >> it's been in the making now for the past two years. we had been waiting on funding. finally, we have that, and we are grateful to our donors. essentially, it is a digital magazine, and the digital
partnered with us to create this one of a kind application, an online domestic violence awareness magazine. essentially, it is an online piece that will focus on three areas. stories. two often, victims are victims not heard. this offers them the opportunity to tell their stories whether they choose to publicly or anonymously. >> yeah. >> hopefully reaching somebody who needs to hear what someone else is going through. then we focus on safety tips that can help out the average american but essentially focusing in on a victim or a survivor. so in the launch issue, there's a video story that talks about the best dead bolt locks for your door.
up on the scene, they find that the abuser has kicked down the door. it's because of a flimsy lock. it also focuses on shining a spotlight on the people that do the work behind the scenes. so people hear the word advocate being thrown around all of the time. what does that mean? >> exactly. >> how can they help me? what's going to happen when i end up in a shelter? what does a shelter look like? we're going to spotlight all of these different things. so people can now put a face to it. >> it says, again, we're watching the flier up on the screen. it says until friday. we'll be extending that. >> sheet sets and/or pill lows. essentially those donations are taken and given back to a shelter of our choice. this year, the agency runs on the south shore that helps
survivors. >> so new, brand new sheets, and they have to make sure that it's twin size. >> correct. twin size sheets. >> thank you for all of the great work. thank you, laverne. if you would like more information on the drive on this brand new magazine, call 617-803-8357. you can also get a direct link to their web site at cbsboston.com/centro. like every week, we want to you collect with us online, like us on facebook and follow us on twitter. i'm yadires nova-salcedo, inviting you to step forward to a better you. have a great weekend. all right. thank you so much. barry's here with a final lack at our forecast. -- final look at our forecast. >> c-c-c-cold stuff this weekend. it will be a brisk start to this afternoon. clouds in spots and becoming bright and sunny and a few more
patches of clouds coming by. tonight and tomorrow night, we have freezing conditions back to freeze warning up for late tonight as it falls into a 27 to 30 range. boston may even be down to 32. after that, it warms up. it should be a lot more pleasant in the middle part of the week. an isolated shower today. >> oh, that's a sign of things to come, barry. hey it was fun working with you this morning. >> absolutely. any time. >> have a great day, everybody. thank you for joining us. we'll see you again for
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