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right now at 6:00 a.m., tracking the rain. when the back edge comes in and what we can expect later on today. >> an explosive threat. a massachusetts man faces charges today over what he told a plane full of passengers at logan. >> a shark took his leg but not his spirit. meet the man about to undergo treatment here in boston. captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail: it is 6:00. great to have you here with us. good morning, i'm kathryn houserp. >> i'm chris mckinnon. we'll take a live look outside at the mass pike right now. a messy commute as we deal with even more rain filling back in, in the boston area. danielle said maybe another inch of rain could fall. >> just when you think you are
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getting a break and it's tapering off, it's back. >> there are additional showers behind that. still watching the flash flood warning for the next hour and a half in the city of fall river. there have been localized areas of flooding, street flooding and the rain has filled back in right over the east side of the city. torrential downpours right now. this stretches back up on the south shore and then it's light shower activity, light pockets of rain on the cape and islands. you'll encounter wet roads here. just pushed off out of boston from the south shore hull to hingham and north and west of town, some of the suburbs. seeing some of the downpours
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in through cape ab topsfield to ipswich. the farther west you go, temperatures looking into the upper 60s. the rain will continue to shift east. it's leftover showers by 8:00 a.m. that will last until the late morning. then the sun breaks out. we go 70 to 75. the evening commute is much drier. temperatures clearing falling into the temperatures after that. miles per hour. i think the strongest wind gusts are pretty much done but there may still be pockets of outages. >> what do we have to do now, robi? >> almost a dozen accidents out there so far and counting just about every major route, danielle. now we have a new one west of boston up in marlboro. 495 northbound near exit 43, a rollover. south of the city, three
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street, the left lane is blocked. let's see if we can go to mobile 4 for the next one. this is route 3 northbound in braintree. this is in weymouth right now. this is the backup. the left lane is blocked. the backup is to derby street in hingham. that's what mobile 4 is sitting in right now. finally, the left lane is blocked before columbia road. chris, kathryn? we begin with a developing story. a stabbing near two boston bars. police are investigating the violence near the bellingham tavern and the point bar. two people were hurt. one was taken to mass general with a slash wound. a second person was take ton a different hospital. also developing this morning, a pedestrian hit by a car in west bridge waiter and is left with here us -- bridge walter and is left with serious injuries. the driver stopped. police are investigating.
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now to a bomb threat on board a plane at logan airport. >> an uxbridge man will be charged in the case. susie steimle is live for us at logan with what he's accused of. good morning, susie. >> reporter: good morning, kathryn and chris. he is accused of making very uncomfortable comments to passengers on board a united airlines flight to chicago. the 55-year-old man from uxbridge now under arrest saying he had a bomb in his bag. that's what he told moment am passengers according to police on board this flight 439. it's supposed to take off around 6:00 because of this incident. they delayed it about 50 minutes. police had to come on to the plane to make this arrest. they can hold him here overnight. this turned out to be a false bomb threat. at the airport they take things like this very seriouslyp he it
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charged with making a false bomb threat. he's scheduled to appear on these charges later this morning. we're live at logan airport. seuss sigh steimle, wbz news this morning. the prep school student convicted of the sexual assault of a classmate will be sentenced today. owen la brie was convicted on five counts in the assault of the prestigious new hampshire boarding school. his lawyers say he's been get probation. he'd have to register as a sex owe phonedder for life. attorneys for dzhokhar tsarnaev are asking for special arrangements as they file his appeal. they want him to be able to
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prepare the appeal without the pros execution knowing what they are filing. at the third prey presidential gop debate last night there are highs and lows. here's bree sison to brake it all down for us. >> in the center, the so-called front-runners only jumped in occasionally. >> we're on the verge perhaps of picking someone who cannot do this job money. >> reporter: john kasich could not put it in experience. budget cut cog provide big tax cutsp. >> we're just cleaning up. where are you going to clean it up? entitlements. >> reporter: jeb bush mixed it up and took a hit, too. >> marco, when you signed up for this this is a six-year term. someone has convinced me that attacking you.
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people about social security but tell people the truth. stop trying to give them some kind of fantasy. >> ted cruz delivers the biggest applause line. >> you look at the question, donald trump, are you a comic book villain? ben carson, can you do math? how about talking about the substantive issues? [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the network did agree to limit the debate to trump both insisted they wouldn't participate if the debate ran any longer. chris, back to you. it is 6:07 right now. and new london. democratic front-runner hillary clinton will spend a second day in new hampshire. in berlin and littleton, they
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a man has had a shark attack. that attack happened in hawaii. he can't wait to head back out there. here's nicole jacobs. big spirit, nicole. >> reporter: very big spirit. it's going to be a long road. colin cook seems to have the drive it takes to tackle this head on. it was believed to be a 10 foot tiger shark. cook arrived in boston last night as he prepared for the next step of the journey as the 25-year-old is from rhode island. for years he's lived in hawaii where surfing became his daily love. he recalled the attack in almost vivid terms. he was relentless not leaving him alone or swimming away. the attack took his leg and a finger.
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change, his outlook is remarkable. >> you can go down a dark path. >> reporter: despite the months of rehab and treatment ahead of him and traumatic memories of that day, cook says he has a love and passion for surfing. knowing that he will one day be back in the water is part of the motivation. chris, kathryn? >> thank you very much, nicole. it's thursday. you know what that means? we're just hour as way from the patriots showdown with the dolphins. both teams have been busy dealing with a short turn around after sunday's game. the patriots held walk throughs at gillette the past two days and didn't practice on monday. against the jets on sunday, paradey threw the ball 54 times. coach belichick was asked if this week is to try for a more balanced attack.
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it's not about balance, not about stats. it's not about anything except trying to win. really that's all we try to do is win. the rest of it, i don't really care about. >> our pats coverage kicks off tonight at 7:00 with a special edition of patriots game day. we'll break down the game for you on fifth quarter. that you can catch over on my tv 38. >> so serious. >> very serious. a win is a win is a win. coming up on wbz this morning, a wild blimp chase. >> the army blimp that got loose finally comes crashing down and how the army is protecting the sensitive technology still on board. >> a heated argument takes a dangerous turn. a high schooler could be facing charges for pouring hot soup on another student. >> a judge's ruling on a case between a witch and warlock.
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back edge pushes through, the improvement this afternoon and when the strongest wind will be
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welcome back. pike. the road. it kind of makes for a treacherous situation.
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plus hydroplaning. we were talking about that on our way in. a few of us had to deal with that as well. >> robi will be in with that shortly. danielle, we're talking about all of the green behind you. >> never a good thing. two things you can do. slow your speeds, leave extra space between you and the car in front of you. we have road spray and reduced visibility. live doppler shows the heaviest rain pushing through eastern massachusetts right now. here is some of the estimated rainfall totals here. you get down near new bedford, inch and a half. we've seen locally higher amounts across the region. so flash flood warning still in effect, by the way, for fall river and surrounding areas. this is the typical spot where you see the flooding and you are monitoring for reports. you can't handle it in and
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around the surrounding cities. dighton to lakeville gets heavier. i'm concerned with the cape and islands from mid to late morning because there's more rain down to the south. some thunderstorms, too. from plymouth back down to wareham, heavy rain in the next couple of hours. in and around the city, heaviest rain came through. there are still downpours in and around the city. but it's lighter. cambridge to somerville, light activity. heavier downpours in the deeper reds from marble head pack up through beverly. temperatures, by the way, look at this running in the mid to upper 60s right now. we'll go to 70 to 75 this afternoon. 8:00 a.m., notice mid and outer cape. temperatures in the 60s all the while, leftover smile sun breaks out 07 to 75.
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late in the day, your evening commute much drier. an isolated shower or two. clearing skies come in after that. the wind has been an issue you and brought scattered damage. some of the peak wind gusts, too. >> the wind gusts are reported ever since yesterday when things really started to ramp up into the evening hours and overnight. blue hill observatory has a 60 mile-per-hour gust. fair haven 49 miles per hour. that's why we have the power outages and the damage report. wind gusts currently 33 miles per hour in plymouth. all of those winds from the south will stay strong through 10:00 a.m. we have a wind advisory for all locations in the shaded spots, gusts could push 50 miles per hour, but mainly towards that 10:00 a.m. hour. coastal flood advisory also out from 11:00 a.m. today.
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because of the strong winds, similar to what we experienced yesterday. thankfully, all of this craziness gets out of here once we get towards the patriots game. danielle? >> hey, this time of the year, right, it could be much worse. we could be talking about snow. uh-oh, i just said know. 69 for pregame tailgating. it's so warm here. brief shower here. it will be a passing as it comes through. >> at gillette, a west- southwest wind 10 to 18 miles per hour falling into the 50s by the fourth quarter. it does turn cool areas drier areas work in. temperatures topping out in the middle to upper 50s. mid-50s on saturday. halloween for trick or treaters. an isolated shower can't be ruled out on sunday.
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a warming trend, thrower to middle 60s approaching 70. traffic and weather together, robi. >> reporter: the latest accident south of the city down in foxboro yet another roll jove, 95 northbound near route there. trouble spots down there pause the crash is route 3 northbound earlier accident by the braintree split. traffic is now backed up all the way to derby street in hingham. that's what photographer jason bacon is crawling. that is 24 north jammed from there back to brockton. it is 6:18 right now. an investigation is under way to figure out what caused an unmanned military blimp to go on a wild ride. >> so it broke free, floated for hours and knocked out power to tens of thousands of people. here's bree with where the
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>> reporter: right now it's currently being guarded by national guard troops. it broke fritz moorings in aberdeen, maryland. eventually, the helium-filled ship came down about 80 miles per hour north of harrisburg,pennsylvania. two f-16s were scrambled to chase the blimp that tracks the skies for incoming cruz earlier, the tether was designed to with stand hurricane force winds. >> no, no, there is absolutely no concern. the tether. there is a 1 in a million chance of the tether preaking. >> it dragged behind the power lines. 27,000 customers in two
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the army grounded the second blimp while they tray to figure out what went wrong. the attorney for a south carolina deputy fired over a violent confrontation with a high school student says his clients' actions were justified and lawful money. >> here's the video. the sheriff removed ben forbes. the cell phone video captured him dragging the girl and tossing her across the floor. the justice department is investigating possible civil rights violations. a new movie in the spotlight. >> we'll take you to the posten premiere of the new movie about the church sex abuse scandal. >> and a new way to power up the cell phone video. >> as we go to preak, we want to say good morning to the students at wilson middle school in natick. barry burbank had a blast with you guys.
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welcome back. morning. the teenager is recovering from second degree burns after a over her head. maya acevedo says she had been arguing with the boy and believes this was not an accident. >> he did it intentionally. he did it to burn me. nobody thinks of soup as a weapon until you think about it. >> the student who poured the soup has been suspended. acevedo and her family want the boy spilled. there will be a court hearing next week.
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spotlight on the boston's dark history. last night, the movie's local premiere with detailing the church sex abuse scandal and cover-up exposed by the investigative team in 2002. >> we're playing real people and telling a story about victims of priest rape and at the time cover-up by the catholic church. >> we have to get it right. >> we hope that the move yip gives victims the courage. >> "spotlight" will robe leased november 6th. some. >> a victory for a witch who took a warlock to a salem court. lori receive for are a calls herself a priestess witch. she claims christian day who calls himself a warlock calls her at all hours spouting
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obscenities and told the judge she knows the verbal abuse will continue. >> i take it your psychic abilities were could be fined to other people. >> i can see into my own future. i want to protect myself. >> the court ruled that day cannot contact nor post anything about her on the internet for a year. solar charging stations have been installed. you plug your phone in and you can lock it inside of the bosses. the charging stations are free to use. you can find them in city hall plaza in boston. lots more coming up including an alarming report from massachusetts researchers over that volkswagen emissions scandal. >> and pottery barn recalling
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churn's water bottles. we'll tell you about the danger
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rain when the back edge comes in and the improvements later this afternoon. >> what happened on board a plane last night that has him facing charges this morning? >> a pair accused of robbing banks all over the east coast are due back in court today, but one of their seven dogs is now on the run. good morning to you. it is 6:30. i'm chris mckinnon. >> i'm kathryn hauser. great to have you here with us. in terms of weather, rain, wind, tough visibility at times. >> it's been a mess. hydroplaning is a concern.
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there. >> live ray doctor shows the heaviest downpowers out of the city of boston. the heaviest rain by far in massachusetts right now is over the cape cod canal. so when you get back down near buzzards bay and the deeper oranges and yellows it is pouring from woods hole to borne sandwich and wareham aas well. we can put the rainfall rates out here. we're talking rainfall rates an inch and a half to two hours. the flash load warning for fall river in the area. we've had about a half dozen reports of streets flooded out down there. that will continue to improve as the heaviest rain pushes out of fall river. still downpours from dighton to taunton.
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up 93 from woburn back up to north reading. temperatures, look at this, running in the middle to upper 60s right now. so cape and the islands, you are into it in the late morning. sun breaks out and we come into the lower to middle 70s then later on this afternoon, a couple of passing showers. that's a cold front. after that we cool our temperatures into the 50s throughout evening hours. so it has been a busy morning on the roads. robi? >> danielle, we've had more than a dozen accidents including several rollovers. that's created nightmare scenarios. 93 southbound is really terrible following an earlier crash in andover. 93 south is crawling all the way into boston. the mass pike is a total mess, too. look at the middle of your screen there. see all that red in the middle
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the pike eastbound is bumper to newton. logan airport. >> police say it's because of what he said on a plane to other passengers. susie steimle is live at logan details. susie, what does this guy say some. >> chris, it's the one thing you cannot say on an airplane and one thing you are guaranteed to be in trouble for if you do. telling fellow passengers that he had a bomb inside of his bag when he boarded flight 439 in chicago last night. police came on board the airplane to make this arrest because so many passengers with are saying he was making uncomfortable comments to them. they got police involved.
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it did not turn out that he had no explosive devices whatsoever. still at an airport, you can't say things like that. he is facing charges of a false bomb threat later this morning. morning. >> susie, thank you very much. the state says it's already fixing the problem that led to bond. a report released yesterday by the office of the child advocate says two pending neglect cases against bella's never been closed. since rachelle bond had already lost custody of two other children had a long history of criminal behavior. >> things are not as clean as good guys/bad guys. >> i certainly believe we all that.
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boyfriend michael mccarthy is bella. now to an update on the pair of suspected bank robbers capturehood this week, one unwilling member of the crew is still apparently on the loose. so the couple, joseph and jennifer carrier are accused of robbing banks. you might remember this. they were keeping seven dogs in the get away car. "the herald" reports in all of the explosion, one of the dogs actually escaped and has not been seen since the others are in the care of the spca. a vote for a pay raise just days before members face we elegislation. 2006. the measure was submitted by mayor walsh and gives the mayor
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a $24,000 raise. walsh has said he won't accept the pay bump. a power shift on capitol hill nearly complete. paul ryan set to officially become house speak are today. the wisconsin congressman was nominated yesterday and confirmation vote scheduled for today. now to the republican presidential debate. the top ten kept things pretty civil. jon keller takes a closer look at how the debate style changed and influenced the debate. >> reporter: last night's republican presidential debate offered plenty to chew on. current governors christie and kasich and former governors bush and huckabee offered interesting thoughts based on their executive experience. senator ted cruz, rand paul and
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criticism of the federal government. business executives donald trump and carly fiorina added a private sector perspective as did dr. ben carson. kasich and christie be with the most passionate but didn't see carson and trump doing any damage. it. it was cruz who lashed out at the this cp in. inserting themself and fairly and family not. the criticism was richly deserved. there were all kind many of
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most are just finepper fine. it leaves the voters to decide who's credible without guidance from me. what we saw last night was not worthy of the candidates, like them or not, or the voters. >> your feedback is welcome at peller pep? >> volkswagen is in trouble because of the vehicles it rigged to beat pollution tests. they were pump pumping toxic violations. the issue you is the gray portion on the metal portion of these bottles. if you have them at home, bring
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them back to pottery barn kids for a refund plus a $20 gift card. a rhode island man who lost part of his league in a shark attack in hawaii is ready >> hi, christ. he was doing what he loves. saw this coming. kohlson a rhode island native but has lived in hawaii for years. surfing is nearly aful daily hobby. he came tame to face with the shark for several minutes. he arrived in boston last night as he started intensive rehab. he lost a leg and a finger but that may not change his love for the water. >> surfing is my passion and love opinion knowing that i'll be back out there one day will
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keep me wanting to go forward. >> reporter: so yes, he's planning to go back in. additionally, he believes looking at the glass half full is keeping him on a positive path. chris, kathryn? >> thank you for that. just ahead, a check of the day's top. thursday night football, you know it kicks off at gillette stadium tonight. patriots, dolphins all here on wbz. danielle? >> byes, i think we need, like, a three-hour nap this afternoon. let's friday in the rainfall totals. 1.8 inches says ryen in reading. 1 to 2 inches of rain is coming back already. i am tracking the back edge of the hour by hour forecast. we'll bring in pamela gardner, too.
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here's a live look at the pike. we've been mentioning throughout the morning with this wild weather we've been
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having, there are power outages across the state. we just want to note that bristol plymouth regional technical school in taunton is closed today because of power outages. keep that in mind. there are thousands of customers we were noticing from national grid all without power. hopefully they will get back up and running. the good news is it could be a much worse situation. it's mild for the moment but the rain and wind is a whole other situation. >> it's always the timing, right? tracking the back edge, though, we're welcome out of the woods. we saw a couple of hours ago from the south shore towards the cape and islands. we're talking about at least right now temperatures running 65 to 70 degrees. the heaviest rain in massachusetts is right over
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this is coming down 1 to 2 inches of rain. the temperatures with the rain is blinding. east-northeast. one little downpour, too from dover back up to wellesley. moderate rain. we obviously had so much rain overnight, too so use caution. hour by hour, upper 06s to around 70. showers taper off by late morning and then the sun breaks out. notice by late morning, we end the heaviest rain. there will still be leftover showers in south eastern massachusetts. 1:30, there we go coming into the lower 70s.
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this is your evening drive, right? much drier. couple of spotty showers still possible but won't be nearly as bad as this morning. 8:30 pats kick off temperatures in the lower 60s. then clearing skies cooling into the 50s throughout the course of the evening hours. the wind has been an issue thankfully, pamela. the wind has been dying down a bit. >> trees toppled over. we also had power outages, too, overnight. now they are down to 25 to 35 miles per hour with the coming from the. winds could gust up to 50 miles per hour. coastal flood advisory just issued 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. astronomical high tide. we expect minor coastal
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to what we experienced yesterday. the patriots could be in the forecast. nothing we can't handle. you are absolutely right. right around 60 here. west-southwest breeze shouldn't cause any major issues about 10 to 20 miles per hour. preps for lower 50s with drier air coming in towards the mostly clear overnight. 46 downtown boston. a lot of sunshine in the forecast for a nice end to the weekend. upper 50s for highs. saturdays start with sunshine. cooling in the 40s for the evening information. showers come in on sunday. they will be isolated. a lot of them will pass to our north, and that's a sign of the warmer area coming in. we'll be up near 70 by wednesday. traffic and weather together.
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busy, robi. >> there have been terrible commutes out there right now, danielle. more than a dozen crashes, including rollovers, and now a major backup. 95 northbound is now jammed all the way back to 295. those will be struck in traffic at least 45 minutes. the pike eastbound is packed from 495 in hopkinton all the way to newton corner. that's just inching along. that ride will take you about an hour and 15 minutes. now let's take a look at mobile 4. this is live on the northbound site between university and route 9, really stretch. just about everywhere is slow chris, kathryn? checking our top stories
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have been injured in violent attack in two boston bars. >> this happened in. a second person was taken to a hospital. the good news, both are expected to recover. a private schooler was cleared on rape charges but convicted of using a computer to lure a girl into a sexual encounter and he will face sentencing today. the trial fostered an environment of sexual aggression and competition among students. an uxbridge man faces charges for a bomb threat on board a plane at logan airport. dennis campbell told other passengers that he had a bomb in his bag. the flight to chicago was delayed for about 50 minutes. the patriots undefeated this season trying to extend the streak against the miami
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dolphins tonight. mike is on a built of a streak itself having one the. marcus cannon and rufus johnson all ruled out tonight. runningback dion lewis will be a game time decision. we'll see. of course our pats coverage starts right here at 7:00 with a special edition of patriots game day kickoff at 8:25. we'll break it all down for you after the game on fifth quarter my tv 38. no rest for the weary at the world series. >> the mets and royals were back for game two. >> plus, all for a good cause. we'll tell you about it when we
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. welcome back. the new york mets trying to get even in the world series. game two of kansas city and the mets. singles up the middle. johnnie tosses a complete game. they are up two games to nun. game three tomorrow. isaiah thomas finishes the fast break the other way thomas wall street game high 27 points off the bench.
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he added seven assists. marcus smart hit a buzzer beater. celtics win this one 112-95. the bruins trading in their jerseys and suiting up for halloween. >> check this out. there they are dressed up adds minions and visiting boston's children's hospital yesterday. captain chara dressed up as gru from the "deck speckable me" move -- despicable me "movies. >> they look good as minions. >> i good's they can talk minion, too, right? it is 6:54. time for a closer look at 7:00 on "cbs this morning." rose. >> ahead on "cbs this morning," marco rubio joins us after the big night at the debate. ahead of tonight's thursday night football showdown, former patriots star troy brown returns to his hometown to honor his alma mater.
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the news is pack in the morning. see you at 7:00. >> wbz this morning is brought
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a tribute to donald trump. an ohio woman has created a giant carving of the donald and
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it took her ten hours to create it from the 374 pound gourd. >> i tried to carve a pumpkin this weekend. it took my a while. >> minus the left eye? >> minus the nose got ripped off. the wind is going to be an issue but not a huge concern. then we come into the 70s. beautiful sunshine tomorrow. >> thanks, danielle. "cbs this morning" is next right here on wbz. we'll see you in 25 minutes.
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