tv WBZ This Morning CBS October 25, 2015 6:00am-9:00am EDT
welcome back. a former boston police dispatcher now accused of murdering her uncle. plus, a stabbing near a cambridge cemetery where. the victim says she was heading before he was attacked. and she was arrested for bringing her son to boston children's hospital. why the pennsylvania mother says she has no regrets. happy sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us. it's october, 25th, and it's also patriot's game day. they face the jets today at gillette stadium.
live look at what the weather good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning. not raining yet. the skies are mostly cloudy and we are tracking the the radar. and i thought it would be quite eter than it actually is. we have a guy painting lines on the field behind us. there's been a lot of action. benches. those were just wheeled out a short time ago. and i have to admit, it's not that chilly this morning but once you stand out for a few the cool side. let's show you what's going on, pre-game tailgating and a few showers with temperatures in the 50s. if you're coming out here to gillette, in the parking lot here, opens at 9:00 a.m., and i would have the umbrella or raincoat. i am not anticipating anything heavy or all that long in duration. kick-off, a brief sprinkle still possible. skies mostly cloudy and look at that, into the lower 60s today. breezy and fairly mild. and a late daybreak of sunshine not out of the question as
well. and live doppler shows the rain through worcester right now. it's generally light and coming inside of 495 in the next 20 minutes or so. it's all with the cold front that extends ex -- that extends from northern maine to the mid-atlantic. we will stop by mid-morning, light rain right here over gillette stadium. boston to providence and then by the time we get to late morning, it tends the fizzle out. we stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon and late in the day, we get partial clearing that comes in, temperatures across the board actually in the lower 60s. so not too bad. we've handled every different type of weather, so a couple showers not a big deal at all. >> you know what though, heated bench, i don't care if it's only in the 50s, those are all right. >> i may have to go over and warm up and then come back over. see if they'll the turn them on. >> yeah. thank you so much. we will check back in. a murder in hyde park, a
say one of the family members killed him. police arrested evan lewis. louis used to work as a boston police dispatcher. and lewis is also the victim's niece. >> reporter: boston police remained onguard outside a hyde park saturday night, the scene of a family shooting earlier in the day. investigators telling wbz news a woman shot her own you think until the head. he later died. >> on arrival, we had a male in his 40s suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. it looks like it's clearly domestic in nature. >> my mom, my son, my uncle in there. >> reporter: family members rushed to the home looking for answers from police. all day long, investigators looked for the suspect, 36-year- old evan lewis. saturday evening, she was arrested.
she worked for boston police for nine years as a communications equipment operator before resigning in 20126789 a source describing her as a problem employee. >> we -- in 2012. a source describe her as a problem employee. >> we consider her armed and dangerous. >> reporter: just after the shooting, they told neighbors to take cover indoors. >> my car into the driveway and i saw police. and a few of them have guns in their happened and we rushed inside, okay. so one of them yelled, stay inside, stay inside. so we went inside and tried to stay safe. >> reporter: as of late last night, the name of the victim still had not been released but once again, police telling us that the victim is the uncle of the suspect who is now under arrest. the exact motive in all of this remain a mystery. in hyde park, jim smith, wbz this morning. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a small plane to crash just minutes after taking off from worcester airport. the crash killed a pilot.
the small single engine plane crashed into trees on the airport grounds. the pilot was the only person onboard. the construction worker nearby saw the plane go down. >> i just saw a plane crash. looked like it was right above the trees and it just, again, it wasn't up a little bit and then spun over, like almost straight down. we heard it crash and bang. >> the victim has been identified as gary weller of putnam, connecticut. cambridge police are searching for two suspects this morning accused of stabbing a man last night near a cemetery. police say the victim was walking by north cambridge catholic cemetery just before 9:00 when the suspects tried to rob him. when he resisted, he was stabbed in the back. the victim told police he was on his way to meet a woman he met on facebook but had never met in person. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. a marshfield mother is under arrest accused of driving
drunk after a crash on the cape and her 6-year-old daughter was in the car at time. police got word that the 35- year-old may have been driving drunk. minutes later, a car struck a pole on route 28 and caught fire. bystanders helped get the 6- year-old out of the car. she suffered minor injuries. police were able the to pull her from the car before the fire got out of hand. the pennsylvania mother who triggered an amber alert by driving her baby to boston is sharing her story. tiffany cherry was arrest when had she arrived here in massachusetts. she tells us that she was doing what she thought was best for her son. >> i would do anything for my children. to get my son the best care. and i would do it again. >> reporter: tiffany cherry does not regret driving her sick 2-month-old son from pennsylvania to boston that sparked an amber alert landing her in jail. >> everything in me told me tiffany, go. get your baby to boston children's hospital.
>> reporter: it all started when tiffany was told at an emergency chin nick dehydrated and he must be admitted to an emergency room for further care. >> i wasn't comfortable with the standard of my care my child was receiving. >> reporter: so she drove 4.5 hours to boston children's hospital. >> he was at children's hospital to have issue with his esophagus and low blood. so the dehydration came from a nurse practitioner who looked at my son for 10 seconds and didn't have a clue. >> reporter: the tiffany admits to being in trouble with the law in the past but says the amber alert never should have been issued. >> the the pennsylvania authorities just jumped the gun. >> reporter: she posted bail last week but she no longer has custody of her children. she has already suffered a loss when a son was stillborn back in 2009. >> it hurricane joaquins. it hurt -- it hurts. it hurts.
>> reporter: fortunately he is feeling better and is currently at boston children's hospital. >> boston children's hospital may have saved my child's life. >> reporter: and now she just wants to have her sons back in her arms. >> they're my life. they deserve their mommy. court on monday. still to come on wbz news, stopped. how police say two teens were planning to kill their classmates. but first, focus on iowa, why bill clinton says his wife would be more than just a great president. plus, if you can't get to new england for the fall, the fall can come to you. day. get out your lottery tickets
good morning. welcome back on this sunday. scattered showers are moving in to the picture now. moving into worcester county and it looks like the showers will stay in the forecast through 1:00 p.m. and now the thing is, they'll become more scattered and it won't be a complete washout this morning or even this this afternoon. 60 degrees by 4:00 p.m. for that high temperature. the wind picks up but it looks mainly dry. especially for this evening and into the first part of the seven-day forecast. i'll have the full details of how cool we will be for monday and tuesday in just a bit. >> all right. thank you so much. hollywood mourns the passing of legendary actress maureen o'hara. she died yesterday of natural causes. the actress starred in films
with leading men such as james stewart and john wayne. she passed away in her sleep at her home in boise, idaho. she was 95 years old. campaign 2016. focus shifts to iowa. the caucus is less than 100 days away. hillary rodham clinton held a big rally in des moines yesterday with her husband as the headline act. it's the former president's first appearance on hillary's behalf. had he says the attacks by republicans have only made her stronger. >> the american people in the last six weeks have learned a lot about hillary, what she's for, why she's running and what kind of president she would be. [ applause ] >> and if they watch "saturday night live," they know she's a pretty good bartender too. held me down but i got up already brushing off the dust
climbed onstage as well, campaigning with the clintons yesterday. she wore aret, white and blue outfit with an american cape. perry is a big supporter of hillary rodham clinton. her song "roar" is a theme at many campaign events. a big change at the top of the republican field. the latest poll has ben carson leading with 28% of the vote. trump was second in the poll with 19%. that's down 4% from the previous poll. up next, a new country in the middle of america? a new york man's artistic
and reach for the one you deserve. welcome back. a new york man claims to be billing his own country in the middle of utah. he has created a land called zachastan complete with its own red and yellow flag. official-looking passports as well as borders patrolled by giant robots. he admits the land won't actually ever be recognized as a country, he says it's an
so for those of us who don't understand art, i don't know, good luck, buddy. hope that works out for you. >> definitely i'm the queen of my country, my apartment. >> yeah, yeah. >> there you go. today, not too bad out there. a little rain. >> no. a few showers early today but by this afternoon, starting to the dry off and the rest of the forecast is looking descent. and we will be cool. and i want to show you this picture. one of our faithful viewers for the weekend morning show here. robert sent this picture in. and this was taken at witch's woods last night. and if you remember way back a few weeks ago, i did a story there. it was fantastic. i have another story coming up next week on halloween. so stick around. but wanted to show you this photo. his daughter in the picture and then her boyfriend in the middle there as well as robert's son. so great pictures. if you have halloween happenings or photos, send them in, we would love to see them. good time of the year. and it feels almost not
halloween time because the temperatures are so mild and we have a few showers moving in. live look at doppler radar, scattered showers moving in but everything you see on radar isn't necessarily hitting the ground because we are dry out there. a few sprinkles starting to pop up in some of the reports. all dry in boston right now. the bigger picture shows a long line of showers pushing towards the east here, this along a cold front that will continue to weaken as it progresses across massachusetts, shifting into the eastern part of the state by 9:00 a.m. right over boston, we have the around. those showers progress to the east here and they all of a sudden fall apart by 10:00 a.m. by 1:00, looking nice and dry for the patriot's game. thank goodness. after the game, still looking great with clearing skies. overnight tonight, that will allow for cooler temperatures to move in along with the cooler air funneling in as well.
47 in worcester out the door. and running warmer in all spots compared to this time yesterday. 12 degrees warmer in boston. 23 degrees warmer here. definitely not a frosty start to the day. gillette stadium, 1:00 p.m. kick-off time. 62 degrees with a wind from the south early today and then changing coming from the west late they are afternoon. gusts picking up throughout the game time the to 25 miles per hour. and into the 50s and lower 60s. 60 degrees by 1:00 p.m., becoming dry at that time. and highs today, low to mid-60s for most with the up ther 50s farther to the north and west. and overnight, partial clearing with a low 38 degrees. and a little bit of frost expected in the low-lying areas for the early start to your monday. monday afternoon, 53, that's it. but fallish. a lot of sun, tuesday, dry and 55 and rain chances return and
and warming to near 70 by thursday. >> all right. thank you so much. on the health watch this morning, the new sign had-up season for coverage under the affordable care act begins november 1st but you can start looking into health care plans this week on healthcare.gov. the upgraded website features a new calculator that estimates medical needs. and premiums are expected to go up in 2016. it's a definite the stating and mysterious disease affecting children and even with one very distinctive symptom, it can be misdiagnosed, delaying crucial treatments. journey. >> a perfect, happy little girl. >> reporter: eden hit all her early milestone, talking and walking and at 14 months, everything changed. >> she stood up in the crib and started vomiting. >> reporter: pediatricians wrong. and then eden stopped walking. >> she was so sick and we
>> we just didn't know what was wrong with her. >> reporter: and finally a doctor noticed her wild eye movements and she was diagnosed with a rare auto immune disorder, oms. >> it often is misdiagnosed. >> reporter: a pediatric neurologist of boston children's hospital is one of only a few experts on the disease in the country. >> we think that it's an autoimmune disease that affects a certain part of the brain, . >> reporter: children typically show symptom between 12 months and four years old. they include rapid eye movement, speech impairment, sleep disturbances and falling off balance. >> it's a serious disease. it's generally a chronic condition. and it generally has relapses. >> reporter: a chronic condition that eden is now managing with a steroid injection every other day. >> amazing. she is a fighter.
>> the most strong willed. >> show me how you dance. >> reporter: and now four years old, eden is back on her feet, dancing and running and inspiring the parents to spread awareness about the rare disease. >> she wants to take on the world. she doesn't let anything stop her. so you know, i give her credit for that. >> reporter: it's estimated that about 200 children have this disease. he says more research is needed to truly understand oms. and to find new and more effective treatments. wbz news. up next, cops looking to earn some extra cash y they hung up their batches for aprons this weekend. don't go away. -- their badges for aprons this weekend.
welcome back. some unusual looking waiters and waitresses at the red robin restaurant at patriot place had this weekend. mansfield police officers the turned in their handcuffs and ticket books to don aprons. they greeted customers and waited tables to raise money for the special olympics. the cops did get all of the tips. coming up, police are calling it a serious threat. how a school shooting plot was foiled before anyone got hurt. plus, calls for kindness to protect in memory of the youngest marathon bombing victim. time to take a look at some of the weather watcher reports out there. we have reports of comfortable
good morning. it is 63:00 is 1 on this sunday, october 5th. we want to get a of the forecast. a look at game day. good morning. >> good morning. and a few showers are moving through the area at this time. though boston is mainly dry, another than a few sprinkles. the showers are light and pushing to the east at this time. worcester and even in berry getting reports of some light rain falling.
dealing with a couple spotty showers. we have those few showers. the bigger picture shows a line of rain moving to the east here and the heavier pockets of rain in massachusetts. and it's going to take time to get the whole cold front through here. but by 9:00 a.m., the front starts to dry up a bit. and the showers become more scattered in nature. not gob a complete washout. and by 11:00 a.m., maybe you're already out there, i don't know, early start for tailgating at gillette stadium for the patriot, it's looking good. overcast skies and starting to have partial clearing late this afternoon and a breeze picks up and temperatures comfortable all afternoon. 58 degrees with early rain moving out. and 60 degrees by 4:00. and partly sunny and we clear things out by 7:00 p.m. with 54 degrees. and in a bit, a live report from gillette stadium. so stick around. >> all right. thank you so much. right now, a quick check of
the top stories. a former boston police dispatcher has been arrested for murder. police say the 36-year-old evan lewis shot her you think until the head in hyde park. he later died. lewis worked for boston police for nine years before resigning. investigators are still looking for a motive the case. investigators are also trying to figure out what caused a small plane to crash in worcester just minutes after airport. the pilot gayle weller of putnam, connecticut was killed. he was the only person onboard. a marshfield mother is under arrest, accused of driving drunk and crashing her car on the cape. her 6-year-old daughter was in the car at the time. the car caught fire. bystanders were able to pull the child to safety and police rescued the mom, 35-year-old christine cogle. a driver who only had her license for a month slammed into a medford business.
store yesterday morning. police say the 44-year-old driver was alone in the car. no word on her condition. investigators say the building collapsing. calls for kindness and peace in the memory of a young marathon bombing victim. bridgewater state university has launched the peace flag project last night. people from all over have been designing flags to hang at the university to honor martin marathon bombing. martin's parents both attended bridgewater state. a toddler is among the four people killed when an accused drunk driver plowed into a homecoming parade in oklahoma. more on this tragedy. >> reporter: victims were treated in the middle of main street after a car plowed into a parked police motorcycle and then crashed into a crowd of spectators at a high rate of speed a few blocks from campus.
accelerating. >> reporter: at least four people were killed. dozens more were injured. some victims were air lifted to city. >> the oklahoma state homecoming parade is probably one of the most wholesome, happy events in the country. and to have it defiled like this and these victims in this treble tragedy. >> reporter: a 25-year-old is in jail charged with driving under the influence. authorities don't know if it was an accident or intentional. >> we treat these like we would any homicide investigation. it will probably take several dice get additional information. >> reporter: the homecoming game was played as schedule with stadium flags flying at half staff and a moment of silence in honor of the victims. cbs news. two teenage boys are now under arrest this this morning
their classmates. investigators say the teens were planning to call in a bomb virginia. and then they planned to shoot people as they evacuated. the school resource officer was tipped off about the violent plans and arrested a 17-year- old student earlier this month. investigators then arrested a 15-year-old student on friday. both are now charged with conspiracy to commit murder. >> police investigation did access to firearms. >> the students are being held without bond. university, police are searching for the suspect who shot and killed a 19-year-old man during a fight on campus. three students were hurt in that shooting but all are now home from the hospital. the victim was not a student. parts of texas being pounded by rain today from what is left of hurricane patricia. downpours are expected to last are flooded. a train has derailed from the
you will never hear him complain about anything, especially if it's something he can't control and looks anything close to an excuse. that's why he didn't the say anything about the pats have a bye in week four. but three weeks later, you can see why having a bye later would be beneficial. as injuries continue to pile up. several ruled out. and two out for the season. and eight others questionable for today's jets and patriots game. but there's possible good news ahead as the wide receiver was activated to the 53-ran roster yesterday meaning he could make his season debut later this afternoon. something he's been itching to do. >> especially when you come here on monday and watch the game and you see tom throwing the ball 40, 50 times and you're like, man, i know if he's throwing the ball 50 time, i would have caught eight or nine of those things. so it's real tough. but i was happy to see the other guys make plays. i feel like if i can run around a little bit,ky play. but it's bill's decision. he wanted me back 100% before
i'm back on the field. >> reporter: and now on the other side of the ball, the secondary was a major question mark. but he has been his usual stellar self leading the way. he sat down for a one on one you can see later on this morning on patriot's game day and talked about what it's like to face the jets. >> when these guys come here, we go there, it's never an easy game. we're going to get their best shot. the it's the jets verses the patriots and that's the easiest way to explain it. neither team wants to lose. i don't care if, you know, we're 2-3 and they're 5-0, it doesn't matter, you don't want to lose to those the guys. so we're expecting a big game. we're expecting a good game. >> reporter: and wbz has you covered from start to finish. patriot's game day at 11:30,
kick-off at 1:00 and followed by the 5th quarter show. loses the ball, picked up by the defensive lineman and the only person that's going to tackle him is his teammate in the end zone. eagles down 14-0 but they didn't give up. special teams stepped up. he takes it all the way into the end zone. and the eagles cut the lead to 14-7 louisville at the time. and 3rd quarter, bc in the red zone, eight yards in and he got met at the goal line. he would not return. bc trailed by three. and that was as close as the eagles would get. the eagles lose another close one 17-14 the final. the. this one was close. near the end of the 2-quarter, the great misdirection, back across the field and he makes
and second half and it was all crimson. this one to fisher who had 10 catches for 190-yards and a touchdown. and then the capper, smith from three yards out, harvard improves to 6-0, scoring the final 35 points in a 42-7 win over the tigers. the crimson have won 20 straight. and umass. 28-10 lead over the 19th ranked tolido yesterday at gillette stadium. young with the 50-yard run for the score. and things look good. but the rockets dominated from that point on enroute to a win over the minute men. the bruins unvailed the jerseys they'll wear january 1st. should be an awesome sight to see. 75,000 fans watching one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports come new year's day. the bruins back in action on tuesday at home against arizona. celtics open up their season wednesday at the garden. and they waived two players yesterday to get down to the
roster limit. that's sports for now. enjoy the pats. we have it all covered for you right here. i'm dan roche. >> all right. the weekend before halloween is never too soon to start making new year's resolution, especially when we want to raise money, right? coming up, the new push from the challenge that hopes to kick-off your 2016 and kick cancer. we have a few showers rolling through the forecast early today but then on our way to a high of 60 degrees and looks like a dry day once the rain gets out of here pretty mush during kick-off for the patriot's game. weather trivia time, what happened in new england on october 23rd through the 24th in 1716? a blizzard? flooding? hurricane? or a tornado outbreak.
6:47. welcome back. it is sunday, october 5th. it's also the day we destroy the jet, right pamela? >> that's right. >> that's the plan. and we are dodging a few raindrops early today before the game but looks like things will brighten up a bit later. let's go to radar. and a live look at doppler. and a few showers and sprinkles are moving through, especially
the western and central parts of massachusetts. those showers just starting to spread into the boston area at this time too. southern new hampshire, rain moving out at this time. but more showers moving your way. cape ann also getting a little bit of light rain. and more heavy showers making their way into the area but this system is very interesting. and i think it's going to work out for us in favor for the big game coming up. and we are live at gillette stadium. it doesn't look like it's raining yet. that's good. >> reporter: pamela, we had two raindrops and we are like, it's raining. but it's stopped now. we set up the tent just in case. and shameless plug here, but the boston weather app, perfect. you can look at the hour-by- hour forecast, the it's fantastic. and let's take you first to the game day forecast and we're talking about temperatures in the 50s. and even lower 60s between now and mid- to late morning, watch what happens. yes the rain does move in.
there will be pockets of light rain. and by late morning, this front tends to fizzle out. by the time we get to the kick- off, mostly cloudy skies and things will dry up. and later, we will break out sunshine. so let's plan maybe the 133rd, 4th quarter, getting peaks of blue sky in here. pre-game, tailgating, heading down here, yes, plan on pockets of light rain and showers. . a brief shower around for kick-off but most of the game will be spent dry and temperatures into the low 60s this afternoon. so not too bad. we have dealt with every type of weather. deal. >> yeah, no problem for us. and we will have a dry evening tonight and we will keep it dry into your seven-day forecast, at least for the next couple days. boston right now, 51 degrees, real temperature 51. no wind chill like yesterday morning. and wind from the south at 9 miles per hour. and helping to keep
temperatures elevated and also the clouds helping to trap in the daytime heat from yesterday. and 51 degrees boston. 40s north and west there. 50 degrees in lawrence. a beautiful start to the day temperature-wise with all places running warmer compared to this time yesterday. 12 degrees warmer in boston. hour-by-hour forecast, 58 degrees by 1:00 a.m. and 60 degrees by 1:00 p.m. and we reach the lower 60s. 63 degrees to be exact. and mid-60s inland. and lower 60s on the cape and islands. the cold front is moving through. we won't feel the temperature change until overnight tonight. especially with partial clearing. 38 degrees, many locations in the suburbs and areas north and west reaching the lower 30s. seven day the forecast, 53 degrees for monday. we keep it dry and sunny for you. finally some sun. it's been a little while. yesterday was gloomy.
tuesday. and more rain for wednesday. rain. your plans. thursday, 68 degrees and friday, 56. looking ahead to halloween, saturday, 52 but cool enough that the kids will probably have to have a coat. >> oh. that stinks. question of the morning. what happened in new england on october 23rd through 24th in 1761? which no one remembers. >> i was going to say, i think i was in kindergarten. >> oh, no. >> gosh, i don't know, hurricanes sounds like specific. >> man, you are 2-2. >> it's just the context clues not really because i have knowledge. >> the hurricane. that occurred. major damage in new england. >> all right. mark it down. and now, the pan mass
challenge take their annual charity bike-a-thon indoors with an event that's open for registration. on january 2nd, they hope to raise $1 million for cancer research. and it's a young fitness fans who are signing up to help. >> really great to focus on yourself. it's only you on the bike. you don't have to worry about anyone else. >> reporter: just a few bikes third. yes, he owns the gym. he is about to volunteer the cause. >> there are certain things that we were raised to do. one was box, eat food, name each other the same thing. and cancer, like that's the only thing my dad openingly openingly. >> reporter: supporting cancer
together, they'll host a new take on the pmc by moving it inside. >> if everybody would just commit for one hour, we could raise a million bucks in a day. and in many ways, that's unheard of. >> reporter: they need 2,000 people to kick-off 2016 by raising money. she's ready to ride, not only to honor several loved ones who fought cancer but also for herself. >> it's a great way the to get younger people involved. i know i would love to work up to do the pmc. stepping stone. >> reporter: and george hopes to inspire other health clubs to also get onboard. >> tell everybody about what they're doing. doing it. >> here's the deal. the resolution is january 2nd and 3rd at the club by george foreman the third. that's in south boston. you can sign up online. you only have to bike for an hour.
6:56 now. who is the big guy in a mask ; right? scary sight at boston whole food stores. as it turns out, just a quarterback sneak. yeah, guess who it is, tom brady the best at the quarterback sneak. he walks through the sweet and leaves a tin of candy in the unreal candy section. tom is a pitch man for the company that only uses real ingredients. the best part, he left signed autographs in 50 tins around area whole foods. don't all rush to whole foods at once. there's much more ahead in the next half hour including a preview of the patriot's big game tonight against the jets.
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good morning. it's 7:00 a.m. october 59. more important -- 59. more important, it is game day. the patriots take on the jets. daniel is live at gillette stadium. good morning reporter: good morning. yes, we're talking temperatures in up ther 40s wright now. its not too bad w. had a few rain drops and that's it. let's look at the radar.
i'll give you the scoop to what's going on. we got a little light rain in boston and in wooster too so inside the city, inside 1289, you'll experience a few sprinkles. this is all moving to the east. so over the next few hours, we'll get into some of this including here at gillette. this afternoon, staying mostly cloudy but mostly dry. game forek low 30s for game day, -- 50s for kick off, pats victory on the map is that jinxing it, i don't think so. a pocket of light rain and then clearing out for kickoff. >> no such thing as a jinx for our pats. patriots haven't lost a game to the jets since 2011, at home at least and that goes back to 2008 if you leave out
the post season. they're 5-0 in the regular season. we have continueed coverage from gillette. is this too fast a pace ? reporter: if it's too fast a pace. i don't think danielle is jinxing it but young she's doing any favors [technical difficulties] >> your voice is break up. he's got that deep voice. we'll try and get that cleared up. we have you covered sunday start to finish with game day starting at 11:30. kickoff at 11:00 followed -- 1:00 followed by our fifth quarter postgame show.
arrest in a family murder, yvonne lewis, a former police dispatcher is accused of shooting her you think until the head. she was arrested in peabody several hours after jim smith picks up the story. remained on guard outside a home saturday night, scene of a day. his 40s suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. it domestic in mainor. >> my mom, my son. reporter: frantic family members rushed o
day long, investigators looked for the suspect, 36 year old vyonne can lewis who worked for the police before resigning in 2012. a source describing her as a problem employee. before the arrest, police launched a statewide search. just after the shooting, they told neighbors to stay indoors. >> i went into my driveway and i saw them stay inside. we went inside and tried to stay safe. night, the name reletsed but once again, -- released but once again, police telling us the victim is related to the suspect.
investigators are trying to figure out what caused a small plane to crash just minutes after taking off from wooster airport. the small single engine plane crashed into some trees on the airport ground. the pilot died in the crash. >> holy jeez i just saw a plane california it went up a little bit and then just spun upside down and went straight down. >> the victim has been identified as gary weller of putnam, connecticut. pennsylvania mom who triggered an amber alert by driving her baby boston is sharing her story. she tells us she was doing what she thought was best. >> i would do anything for my children to get my son the best care.
reporter: tiffany cherry does not regret for one minute driving her son from sparked an amber alert landing her in jail. tiffany go. just get your baby to boston's children's hospital. reporter: it all started when tiffany was told by a nurse practitioner that her baby was admitted to an emergency room for care. the standard of care my son was receiving. four and a hospital. >> he was down to boston children's hospital to have treatment for his esophagus so comes from you somebody who didn't know what she was looking at. reporter: tiffany says the amber alert should not have happened.
>> i think the authorities just jumped the gun. reporter: tiffany suffered a loss in 2009 when her first child was stillborn and says she's extra protective of her kids. >> it hurts. it hurts. reporter: fortunately, her son is feeling much better and is currently at boston children's hospital. >> boston children's hospital may very well have saved my son isolith. reporter: now she wants her sons back in her life. deserve me, they need their mommy. actress who was as fiery on screen as her gorgeous red hair suggested. coming up, we look back at the queen of techna color,. field with lineup.
today is game day for the patriots and jets. we want to get back to levin. reporter: i'm going to blame the microphone on danielle because she put victory on that weather thing and then suddenly my mic goes dead. danielle says she's sorry for the event that just happened. darrelle revis is coming back and there is no venom between two. tom brady and the pats have been preparing for the jets anchored by revis.
edelman says revis made him a better player last year. he was asked if he might have made revis better too. >> i don't know, he's seen a lot of guys. he's seen a lot of star receivers that are studs. i don't know. you know, i was just a measly little guy. >> julian, no, he's not just some guy. he's a great player. he comes in every day ready work. reporter: we have it all for you starting at 11:30, kickoff at 1:00 followed by the fifth quarter postgame show. i'm going to tell you what, i am not excited about the whole lovie thing these two teams have. when a player leaves you need to be like no, idea you go. instead they're all hugging. >> you know what, radio vicious i was okay --
-- revis, i was okay with last year but not this year. here's the thing, anyone who watches knows you like to throw some riddles at us. there are 30 cows in a field, 28 chickens, how many did not. >> how many did not what? >> how many did not. >> we'll have the answer in a half hour. not. see if he gets that. passing of a maureen o'hara was known for a number of roles. she died yesterday of besides john way, she starred in films with henry on the da leading men of the
we'll look at our forecast now. danielle is out at the stadium but we need you to track the radar. reporter: those showers are queen creeping towards gillette the spotty showers are becoming more light rain. downtown boston starting to pick up the showers now. upgraded to light rain and farther to the west, wooster to fitchburg, fitchburg, you guys are starting to see the end of the rain. here it is right here, those showers as close as franklin at this time and pushing east ward. it looks like those showers are falling apart but here's the
cape ann will fall appar by 9:00 a.m. -- apart by 9:00 a.m. can't rule out the you possibility of a shower or sprinkle this morning. kickoff time looking okay for the game. 5:00 p.m., starting to dry things out and cooler temperatures on the way overnight to continue tomorrow. the official patriots forecast, 62 degrees. the wind changes direction from the south before the game to coming from the west during the game and gusts up to 25 miles per hour. drying out throughout the course of the game. position on the, 52-degree -- boston, 52 degrees. real feel is five -- 52 degrees. 13 degrees warmer in boston, 22 degrees warmer in king. hour-by-hour, temperatures warm to 62 by 2:00
and then we fall into some 30s tonight overnight. before that, we have highs in the low to mid 60s. 38 degrees overnight, areas of patchy frost as well depending on where you live, mainly north and west. monday, 53. tuesday, 55, wednesday 58, 68 on thursday. great temperatures but a little rainy wednesday and thursday, drying out friday into halloween. >> pamela, thanks so much. halloween is supposed to be a little carey but not life threatening. coming up, how
to the pet parade. lady, thanks for coming in. we have three real cuties here this is is tinker bell, what a perfect name. why don't you start with her. she is approximately three to four years old. >> look at that face. >> she's a very, very sweet little girl. she she be a great or couple who likes a playful little dog but also a dog that will cuddle with them. >> i can sigh that. she was -- see that she was down south and living outside. >> she was living outside in her early life and had a bunch of puppies and now it's
time to be spoiled. >> it's her turn. what about big boy harry here? this guy is amazing, look at his 2-colored face. >> we think he's a basset terrier mix. he weighs about 35 pounds so anybody who adopts him should be aware of that he's a sweet little dog. he is very nervous in new situations so we want to make sure an adopter understands that and will have love and patience. not at all aggressive, just skittish but he's a great boy once he warms up to you. he will be loyal to you and just a sweet companion. >> he's been through a lot. tell us what he's been through and why he's so nervous? >> he was definitely abused. had he was turned into the shelter with cigarette burns on
would do that to this sweet with time, more time and love, he's going to be a great family dog. >> it won't take long. it took me maybe five minutes until i could get some kiss from him so he's ready to be loved. what about bandit here? bandit is not cooperating this morning. bandit is also about three years old. he is a dachshund mix of some sort. he's also from west texas. >> he was found as a stray and he's a very loving dog. he's friendly with kids, cats, other dogs, just a sweet, sweet loving little guy. >> and he's the perfect size. i mean really the perfect little guy. >> he's about 20 pounds and just loves to be with people. >> and what do we do if anybody's
>> if you're entered, visit littlepawsdr.org. there's an application on line that you can fill out. we're also actively looking for foster homes for dogs like these so if anybody would like to take a dog in until they find their forever home, we would love to have you. >> the last time you were here, we had wilber and charlotte and they went home to a family. took both of them because they were a bonded pair so thank you to that family. a big round of apaws, get it. thank you girls so much. we'll be back.
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. good morning. 7:31. a live look now at gillette stadium. it's quiet now but don't it is game day. the patriots take on the jets this afternoon in the rivalry between -- and the rivalry between the two teams is bitter cold. at least the weather won't be. danielle is live at the staid numb for us. reporter: the -- stadium for us. reporter: the light rain has just started here at gillette but it's just that. we'll get our tent set up and our jackets. let's take you to the radar and give you a look at the hour-by-hour. live doppler shows temperatures
in up ther 40s to low 50s. -- upper 40s to low 30s. that's -- 50s. that's warm for this time of year. it's 48 in wooster right now. zooming in to foxborough, we have a light rain moving over us. your game day forecast, pregame tailgating there, will be pockets of light rain around. temperatures in the low 50s. maybe a brief shower still around for kickoff. by the end of the game, breezy and mild, staying mostly cloudy but the rain will mostly be done with temperatures in the lower 60s. watch what happens over the next couple of hours. the rain still over us tends to fizzle out a bit. so by midday, left over shower and then plenty of dry weather. looking good down here. we'll get the tent up, light
>> we can handle it all. the patriots are facing an old friend when the jets take the field. darrelle revis makes his return to foxborough after he helped the team with the super bowl victory. the pats though, will be without supporting players. levin, it's a bit of a fast paced season. reporter: yeah, its moving fast. we're already in week seven. we're not going to be marcus cannon or johnson today. those players have been ruled out. as we talk about the game, we know some of the players who won't be on the field but might we see brandon lafell in the pats activated the receiver from the physically to perform list today.
>> like i said, i've just been chilling the last few months, rehabbing but bill allowed me to go with the team, running my sprints and just getting my mind back like focused on the game on sunday instead of just watching the game and looking for other stuff the defense is giving away. but watching the film and getting my mind back ready to play. now that i'm back running around, cutting, opening up, catching ball, it feels great. reporter: maybe the biggest step for lafell is last week in dallas. he was able to practice before the game and kind of get a feel for what it will be like. hopefully, you'll see today. they'll have to make a couple of moves, but hopefully we'll get him out about are in a field,
are you, like a chic-fil-a sponsor? what's going on with you making sure people eat more chicken? you knew -- annoyed that you knew the i thought if i said it quickly. i was trying called the chic-fil-a about bringing over the cow and the cow was like think ant what it is. and i was like oh, 20 ate chickens. >> great job levin, i bow down to your riddle prowess. pats and jets kick off at 11:00, after the game -- 1:00. now to our stop stories. a former police dispatcher has been arrested for murder.
until the head in -- uncle in the head in hyde park. investigators are still looking for a cause. investigators are also trying to figure out what caused a small plane crash in wooster. it happened just minutes after the plane took off from wooster airport. the pilot was killed. a marshfield mother is under arrest accuseed of driving drunk and crashing her car. her six year old daughter was in the car at the time the car slammed into a poll on route 28 and caught -- pole on -- pole on route 28 and caught fire. calls for kindness and peace in the memory of a young boston marathon bombing victim. people from all over have been designing flags to hang at the university to honor martin richard who was killed in the
marathon bombing. a driver who had only had her license for a month slammed into a medford business. the driver plowed into a store yesterday. police say the 44 year old driver was alone in the car. inspectors say the building is safe and not in danger of collapsing. turning now to a developing story, police are waiting for the results of blood tests to determine whether alcohol or drugs played a role in a deadly crash that filled four people in oklahoma. one of them was two month years old. reporter: victims were treated in the middle of main street after a car plowed into a parked police motorcycle, then crashed into a crowd of spectators at a high rate of speed a few blocks from campus. >> we could kind of hear a little screaming and it sounded like a vehicle accelerate
accelerating. luckily this car hit a pole or it would have hurt more people. reporter: at least four people were killed, dozens more were injured. some were airlifted to hospitals in tulsa and oklahoma city. >> the oklahoma state homecoming parade is probably one of the most wholesome, happy events in the country and to have it fouled like this, and these victims, this terrible tragedy. reporter: twenty-five year old adasha ham came -- chambers is under arrest charged with dui. >> we treat these like we would any homicide investigation. it will probably take information. was played as scheduled with a moment of silence in honor of the victims. . harvard clemson played like the
. good morning. you'll never heal hear bill belichick explain. as injuries continue to pile up for the pats, terrell brown out for theen and eight others questionable for today's game. there's some possible good news ahead as brandon lafell was activated to the 353 man -- 53 man roster yesterday. >> its tough, especially when you come in on monday, watch the game and you see tom thousanding the bowl -- throwing the bowl and
at least eight i always feel like if i can play but it was bill's decision. he wanted me back to 100% before i was back. major season with the loss of revis, browner and harrington. >> when these guys come in here, when we go there, its never a easy game. we're going to get their best shot, they're going to get our best shot. you know, tight jets versus patriots and i think that's the easiest way to explain it. neither team wants to lose to the other team. i don't care if we're two and three and they're five and zero, you don't want to lose to those guys.
>> and we have you covered from start to finish with game day at 11:30. kickoff at 1:00 followed by our fifth quarter postgame show. >> let's go to college football. the eagles down 14-nothing but as usual, they didn't give up. special teams stepped up. blocked punt scooped up taken into the end zone and the eagles cut the lead to 14-7 louisville. smith takes it himself and boy did he get met at the goal line. he would not return unfortunately. that was as close as the eagles would get. louisville had eight sacks, including this one. the eagles lose another close one. harvard hosting princeton.
the end of the second quarter, a great misdirection, back across the field for the grab. second half and it was all crimson. great day throwing for 437 yards and two scores. and then the capper, smith from 3 yards out, harvard improves to 6-0 scoring the final 35-points in the win. the clemson have won 20 straight. we go to u mass with a lead over toledo. marquees young with a 50-yard run for a score. the bruins unveiled their jersey that they'll wear for the winter classic. should be an awesome sight to see. seven 5,000 fans watch -- seventy 5,000 fans watching the
greatest rivalry. celtics open up their season against the sixers. they waved two players yesterday to get down to the roster limit. enjoy the pats, we've got it all covered for you. >> all right, dan, thank you. right now, we want to get a check of our forecast. pamela is standing by with a look at game day. reporter: a few showers early today but all the rain will move out by this afternoon and this is a system that will start to decrease in intensity as it progresses towards the cape and islands. you guys may see a few sprinkles out of that but heavier rain is to the east and north of you. the roads are wet now on some of our traffic cameras. all along the mass pike, the rain stretches through
and now have you light to steady rain there. hopefully danielle and levin have their umbrellas up. the showers will last for the next couple of hours and the bigger picture shows drier air as close as vermont. 9:00 a.m., the showers break apart and continue to dry up by 10:00, 11:00, 1:00 p.m., looking good. no heavy rain showing up. sprinkles not out of the question. partly sunny skies, 5:00 p.m. starting to clear out and becoming dry for tonight into the first part of your work week. 62 degrees by kickoff. early showers, starting to see drying conditions and wind direction changes coming from the south right now, especially here in boston but then coming from the west, northwest late they are afternoon.
south wind at ten in boston, dew .46 degrees the air. we're running warmer in all spots. 13 degrees in boston. you'll want the raincoat but not the heavy winter coat. temperatures stay quite keep in mind, the average high should be 58 this time of year and we'll be a touch above it once we get some clearing and the colder air in place, temperatures dip into the 30s with some areas, especially in low lying spots getting some frost although the wind will be strong overnight. monday, 53 and sunny, tuesday, 55, wednesday up to 58. we get close to 70 on thursday. chance for rain wednesday into thursday, drying off and cooling down friday into halloween.
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weather won't be. danielle niles is live at the stadium. reporter: they're doing audio checks and the steady but light rain is coming down. it is going to continue for the next few hours but we'll have it out of here by kickoff. temperatures not too bad. it could be colder this time of year. we're running around 50 degrees right now. the light rain coming through north redding into the city of boston right now. light through wooster and then wooster county right over foxborough, we get light rain that's been moving in and moving through from west to east. next couple of pregame tailgating, showers around. temperatures in the upper 50s and 62-degrees, going to come o from the west later this afternoon. between
now and late morning, here's the hour-by-hour forecast. notice the pockets of light rain tend to taper off. it's just a left over shower mid-day and then breaks of sunshine emerge from west to east by late in the day. so maybe by the fourth quarter, we'll get some peeks of blue sky above us here. for now, just a little light rain, not a big deal. just got to have a hood. >> we got that, no problem at all. >> thanks. the patriots haven't lost a home game to the jets since 2011 and that goes back to 2008 if you leave out the post season. so far, we are 5-0 in the regular season. levin continues our coverage from gillette. levin, the bye week long gone, starting to look at injuries. reporter: we are. we have a little breaking news being reported and i can confirm there's a good chance dion
lewis may be out today with an abdomen issue. he [inaudible] his abdomen last week and he was able to play. he's probably going to test it again before this game but there's a good chance he's not going to play in this game. the pats will probably just have to go with legarrett blount. the jets have given up the fewest points in the league. they're stout against the run so brady knows the offense has to take care of the football. >> lead the league in turnovers so they're getting the ball by knocking the ball loose or intercepting balls. revis is having a big year with those two numbers. you have to be conscious of where you throw the ball.
of the football, the ball may be slippery come game time. the hold on to it. maybe brandon bolden fills the spot but here at gillette stadium, i have no idea what they're to me but they're riddle. we have you covered from start to finish. at 11:30 patriots game day, 1:00 o'clock, kick off >>our other top story, police make an arrest in a family murder, yvonne lewis, a former police dispatcher is accused of shooting her uncle in the head. police say she
statewide search. reporter: boston police remained on guard outside a home on wood avenue saturday night. investigators telling us a woman shot her own uncle in the head. >> on arrival, we have a male in his 40s suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. it looks like it's clearly domestic in nature. >> my mom, my son, my uncle. reporter: frantic family members rushed to the home looking for answers from police. all day long, investigators looked for the suspect, 36 year old yvonne lewis. early saturday afternoon she was arrested in peabody. lewis worked for boston police for nine years as a communications equipment operator before resigning in 2012. a source describing her as a problem employee.
dangerous. reporter: before the arrest, police launched a statewide search. just after the to stay in doors. >> i went to my car in the driveway and i saw police activity. a few of them have their guns in their hands and we watch inside. they went up there and yelled stay inside, stayed in so we went inside and tried to stay safe. reporter: as of late last night, the name of the victim still had not been released but once again, police telling us that victim is the uncle of the suspect who is now under arrest. the exact motive in all of this remains a mystery. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a small plane to crash minutes after taking off. a construction worker noticed the small engine plane as it crashed into some trees. the pilot was the only person on board and he died in the crash.
hear now from the construction worker. >> holy jeez, i just saw a plane crash. it looked like it was just right above the trees. it went up a little bit and then spun over like almost upside down and then went straight down. >> the victim has been identified as gary weller of putnam, connecticut. right now, cambridge police are searching for two people accused of stabbing a man in a robbery attempt. police say the man was walking by north catholic cemetery saturday night when two men tried to rob himment when he resisted, he was stabbed in the back. he says they were wearing dark clothing. his injuries, thankfully, are not life threatening. a marshfield mother is under arrest accused of driving drunkment. -- drunk. her six year old daughter
kristin cogill may have been driving drunk. minutes later, the car crashed into a pole. triggered a multistate child to the children's hospital. showers that are pushing through right now. the highest rain fall total only a tenth of an inch of accumulation and then less of a tenth of an inch in host areas. those showers will push out of massachusetts. the timing coming up in
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she tells suggestion she was doing what was best for -- us she was doing what was best for her son. >> i was doing the best for which i child and i would do it again again. reporter: tiffany cherry does not regret for one minute driving her son kai vie to boston. >> qavai. >> everything told me tiffany go. reporter: it started when she was told by a nurse practitioner that qavai was severely dehydrated and must be admitted to an emergency room. >> i wasn't comfortable the standard of care. reporter: so tiffany took matters into her own hand. >> he was down at children's hospital to have problems with his esophagus and low blood so the severe dehydration come from somebody who didn't have say clue what they were looking at.
past but the amber alert shouldn't have been issue. >> i think they jumped the gun. week but tiffany suffered a loss in 2009 when her first child extra protective of her kids. it hurts. . >> fortunately, qavai is feeling much better and is currently at boston's children's hospital. >> boston's children's hospital may very well have saved my son's life. in her life. >> they're my life. i deserve them back they deserve their mommy. . the boston marathon bombing tragedy. up next, the new
accuweather forecast. pamela gardner standing by. its a little cloudy. we need the clouds and rain to move out. reporter: yeah, we do. it looks like things will start looking up in the next couple of hours as the rain pushes out of foxborough and out of boston. things are starting to lighten up where earlier folks were reporting about an a tenth of an inch of rain accumulation. such as in berry, that's where i remember one of those reports. the heaviest rain along the south shore and north shore as well. also along the mass pike, stretching back to wooster, now in wooster, you guys are starting to see sprinkles and light showers litenning up skies -- lightening up skies a little bit. foxborough to mansfield, showers
stick around for the next couple of hours before we dry off this afternoon. drier air already in place out in western massachusetts. hour-by-hour timing shows drier air punches through here at 9:00 and showers break apart through 10:00 at foxborough leading up to the big game. partly sunny skies, maybe a sprinkle, that's it. through 5:00 p.m., we'll continue to clear out those skies becoming partly cloudy to mostly clear allowing for cool temperatures to settle in. early showers, and then drying out for game time. the wind direction changes coming from the west. gusts up to 25 miles per hour during the game. the wind and slippery can be conditions may be a factor during the game. boston, 52 degrees right now. temps in the 50s or 40s.
very mild and running warmer this in all spots than this time yesterday. you don't need that heavy coat for today, at least not the winter coat. hour-by-hour, we keep the somehow [inaudible] early until about 1:00. 62 degrees for 3:00 o'clock. a mild afternoon for us. lows monte the 30s -- tonight, in the 30s. cold enough for some frost if you're in the low lying areas because the wind will be strong overnight. monday, sunshine, 53 degrees. tuesday, 55, wednesday, 58 with rain, thursday, 68, friday, 56 and looking ahead to halloween, 62 degrees. >> pamela, thanks. police are waiting for the results of
drugs played a role in a deadly crash that killed four people in oklahoma. one of them was two years old. police say a 25 year old woman plowed her car into a reporter: victims were treated in the middle of main street after a car plowed into a parked police motorcycle then crashed into a rate of speed a few blocks from campus. little screaming and it sounded like a vehicle accelerating. luckily this car hit a pole or it would have hurt more people. >> at least four people were killed, dozens more injured. >> the oklahoma state homecoming parade is probably one of the most wholesome, happy events in the country and to have it fouled like this and these victims, this is a terrible tragedy. reporter: twenty-five year old adacia
chambers is in custody charged with driving authorities don't know if the incident was an accident or intentional. any homicide investigation. was played after the flying at half staff and a moment of silence in honor of the victims. . being called an act of assault. a teenager is facing criminal charges, police say her weapon was a
. a middle school student in virginia charges after the girl's mom says she has been out of school for a month. her mom says it was all a joke but not everyone saw it that way. >> i don't understand the whole thing. she was playing. yes, it happened. if they would have called and said she's in trouble, she got a couple of days in school, maybe a day or two out of school but this is beyond that. we've got court. she's charged not small charge charges. she's got assault and battery with a weapon. >> the school has declined to comment
about this carrot case. right now, let's find out what's coming up on cbs's face the nation. john dickerson joins us live with a preview. talk to donald trump. he is at the top of our new poll. we're going to talk to trump about his rising on his heels. also be with us. also some very strong -- we'll hear some strong things he has to say about rip cans in washington -- republicans and we'll talk to one of those republicans. devin will be here. also, likely speaker paul ryan and we'll talk about the terror situation at the moment. we'll also continue the conference with adam schiff.
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if you're coming to do tailgating, there will be damp spots but improvement as we head throughout the afternoon. we're going to start with what's going on with the radar. notice the back edge, already through wooster. the steady rain is up over us but it's moving a break developing already in the, so this is all moving from west to east. it will be out of hoar by mid to late morning. temperatures running in the 50s right now. not a bad start in terms of the temperature. upper 50s for kickoff. mostly cloudy, breezy and mild. we come in to the low 60s this afternoon. the wind from the southwest is going to shift. here's the hour-by-hour forecast. there we are at foxborough. notice across the region, these
areas of rain tend to dwindle. 11:00 a.m., the rain is done. by late in the day, breaks of sunshine. i wouldn't be surprised if by the third, fourth quarter we get peaks of blue sky. it turns into a nice fall day. not too bad. we'll get this rain out of here and have it okay for kickoff. >> sounds perfect. patriots have not lost a home game to the jets since 2011, 2008 if you're only continue gillette. reporter: we have a couple of injuries. you never hear bill belichick complain about he can't control so that's why he didn't say anything about four but you can later would have team. the injuries are starting to pile up. [inaudible]
is out for the season and eight others are listed as questionable for the jets game not includeing brandon lafell. yesterday, the patriots activated [inaudible] meaning he can make his debut today. lafell has been watching but he's been itching to get out there. >> especially when you come here on monday, watch the game and you see tom throwing you're going i know time, i would have at least caught eight of those. it's good to plays. me, i always feel like if i can run around here, i can play but it's bill's decision. i had to sit and wait to get back to 100. the ball [inaudible]
has been his usual self. he sat down for a one-on-one you can see later on patriots game day and talked about what it's like taking it on. >> when these guys come in here, when we go there, it's never an easy game. we're going to get their best shot. they're going get our best shot. you know, tight jets versus patriots and i think that's the easiest way to explain it. neither team wants to lose to the other team. i don't care if we're two and three and they're five and oh, it doesn't matter. we're expecting a good game. reporter: when you guys are playing here at home, how much do the fans >> its huge. i think one of the biggest i you know, it doing well, or an undefeated team f you're not playing for the
patriots that day, you're not going to get any i think its great. i coming into a everyone's going be against them but them that's a good feeling. listening, you out with it's going down for real. obviously besides being so scared and unpredictable, we're here for game day and that's what happens, things happen at a fast pace. of fun for enjoy the game. dispatcher has been arrested for murder. police say 36 year in the head in hyde park. lewis worked for boston police for nine years before resigning. investigators are still looking for a motive in the case.
plane to crash minutes after taking off. the pilot, gary weller of putnam, connecticut was killed. he was the only person on board. under arrest, accuseed of driving drunk and crashing her car on the cape with her six year old daughter in the car slammed bystanderrers safe -- pull the police rescued the mom, christine cogill. here's john with a look at politics this week. reporter: good morning and trust me, no yours truly but winter is coming. after a winter where record downs in public transit service in our area,
the t and on beacon hill have vowed to be better prepared for what this winter brings. to talk about that and other issues is the general manager of the mbta is frank depolla. >> i don't know whether to congratulation you or commiserate with you. it's like dog that caught the bus. >> thank you, thank you. >> of the many steps we've been promised by you, the governor, secretary pollock and others to safeguard against the repeat of last year, give me an update of what has been done and most notably what hasn't been done. >> we've taken several physical steps. we're doing physical construction on the red and orange lines to improve the power delivery and the deicing capacity on both of those lines
year. we also have purchased a significant amount of maintenance equipment that will help us clear the rights of way of snow and ice during. >> and prior to storms. reporter: what is still to do in terms of big items? >> we have designed a new operational procedures for big storm events. we have formulateed those. beginning next week, we're going to start doing training drills with our own personnel. the idea with so to have additional personnel on hand during events former police help manage the storm and to provide a better reliable stream of information for both the public and our customers. reporter: at a news conference back in september on this topic, you noted that the new third rail on the braintree branch of the red line has a small curvature on top now. this new rail you've laid, to prevent the build up of ice and snow that used to
happen on the old third rail which was flat and that contributed to devastating the service. i know you don't want to look back and you weren't responsible for what happened in the past but inquiring minds want to know why did we have a flat third rail where snow and ice could build up and shut tiglon the third rail that we're removing is the same line that was installed the year it was built the starch is early 1960s so that rail was installed when the original construction happened and has not been removed or replaced or updated since. there are many decades of people deferring that work to the next cycle. this year, we have stopped that. we're looking at these critical parts of our infrastructure and we're addressing them because we know power is vital. reporter: do you have all the dough you
list of winter preps or is some of it promised but not yet in hand? >> for fiscal year 16, we designed a plan we felt could deliver and pennsylvania mom funded that. -- we funded that. going into 17 >>we're going to have to define what we think fund that. do the work as well as funding. reporter: i want to talk more about funding and green line issues when we continue our conversation in just a moment, please stay
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. welcome back. frank, money, obviously is always an issue. i think everyone understands now we have this horn douse back -- horrendous backlog of maintenance. give the t hike situation is. immediately on the planning, it is on the table, what's the story? >> the creation of the fiscal management and control board, they've been tasked with and working with them
the t. part of that formula, we have expenses and we have revenues. we're focused on reducing our expenses but we also have to look at our revenues. we've been going through a series of briefings with the board. we do it in puckly so they get the -- public so they get our revenue is to. reporter: nothing in 2016 as far as fare hikes? >> nothing in 2016. issue? >> 17 and beyond, we have to look at -- let me correct on the 16, i'm saying fiscal year 16. so sometime in fiscal year 17, we have to look at fares and whether they're structured properly. runs from when to when?
>> tinneds july 39 of 2016. >> so that's when we may talk about this? >> yes. reporter: what's your level of confidence in the commuter rail operators at this point? >> its much higher than it was when i first took over this job. reporter: why? >> because i've been working closely with them. they've made changes at their management levels and they've brought in key people and we've worked with them closely on their performance and setting some measures that one, we think they can hit and two, are consistent with what the contract expected. reporter: one last thing i want to slip in here, the dot board meeting last week, it was announced that major parts of the green line extension will be delayed because of the massive projected cost over runs. i was sort of surprised and appalled to hear that we've had to hire four outside firms to study how the
how can that be? audit, or get to the point we are. we have an independent firm looking at recommendation as the best path forward. we also have an doing a review of the design to see if they can squeeze out some advantage of to reduce the overall program costs. reporter: so those tasks, that planning under previous management didn't get done. >> it didn't get done or it didn't get done sufficiently otherwise we wouldn't be in the situation we're in. since we're in a compressed time schedule, we wanted multiple firm firms doing this. >> you're a brave man, are you sure you want this job? >> no, i have it, i enjoy it and i intent to stay here. reporter: thanks very much. frank, good luck and god speed. that's it for me. now
back to my colleagues for more news. all right, everybody's talking about game day forecast. right now. out there is moving out and we will have some clearing after the pats win. >> i like it. >> so we'll go right story dar and show you the heaviest rain right now moving out of boston, out towards plymouth. no thunderstorms or anything like that. just your typical run of the mill light showerings -- -- showers. we have rock land, et cetera, getting some heavier steadyier showers. foxborough, things are starting to let up. we had a brief downpour earlier and now it is looking much better.
drier air definitely in place behind all of these showers. once we get the rain out of here, you might see a brief shower but it's not going be likeliment hour-by- hour, timing as we continue through this morning, 10:00 a.m., sprinkles around the area. 1:00 p.m., kickoff time for the big game in foxborough and it's looking awesome, partly sunny, wind direction changes, coming from the south right now but later it will come from the west through 5:00 p.m. a breeze sticks around. we have partly clearing skies and on tonight. before, we have mild temperatures for the game shower, boston degrees. thanks to the light last night. upper
40s, lower 50s across the board and running warmer in all locations compared to this time yesterday. hour-by-hour forecast, we jumped into the upper 50s and lower 60s for the rest of this afternoon. 62 degrees by 3:00. fifty-eight is the average high this time of year. we'll be just a touch above it in many spots. sixty-two boston's high tonight. many of the suburbed dipping into the lower 30s. we'll keep a breeze around so that may help to not get the frost, some of the frost may develop in low lying areas blocked by the wind. monday, 53 and sunny, tuesday, 55, wednesday, 58, thursday, 68, shower chances back wednesday into thursday and then clearing out, cooling off all the way to halloween. >> thanks so much.
candy in the unreal candy section. tom is a for the candy. 50 tins around area whole foods. forecast when stay with us. . >> and we have a few showers moving into of portions of massachusetts. good news, drying conditions later on today and cooler temperatures tomorrow. another look at your seven day
some unusual looking red robin officers turned books and waited tables to raise money for the special olympics. the real servers were on hand the help the table but cops got the tips. >> yeah. i'm sure they got their fill. the humane society years ago and it was so difficult. >> i'd do it any time. >> that's good. tables
>> if you're heading out -- i don't know weather though, i'll leave that to you. >> there you go. if you want to tailgate, you'll want the tent up because a few spotty forecast. by game came, we're looking good. -- game time, weier looking good. dry and sunny but cooler mound and tuesday. >> thank -- monday and tuesday. >> thank you. have a great day everybody.