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there are over 15,000 ways to take your coffee at dunkin'. every cup as unique as you. always fresh with that signature smooth taste. we take pride in every cup, but only one is your coffee, your dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. >> announcer: from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> yes, it is. good morning, everybody, and thanks for being with us toe die. it is 6:00 in the morning, time to get up. what do you say? it's november 15. kerry and pamela -- less wind. a huge difference, unless you're on the cape and island,
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where you have a good gust of wind and will be quite breezy all day long. further inland, we're gonna have those wind speeds subside. temperatures in the 30s and 20s now, 38 degrees boston, 27 degrees nashua, 25 degrees in keene, 31 worcester. areas of patchy frost in low- lying spots, blocked from the wind -- if there's any wind in your spot. boston, sustained wind at 9 miles per hour. p-town, quite a breeze at 23 miles per hour. real-feel temperatur s 20s and 30s. feels like 31 ins boston, 23 degrees in worcester. you may want the heavy winter coat as you head out -- hats, glove, scarves. temperatures will go in the 40s and lower 50s by this afternoon. a few passing clouds but mainly sunny. more clouds expected later this evening and temperatures will hold in the 50s as a result but more seasonal temperatures on the way for monday and then a cooldown.
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i'll have all the number in your seven day forecast. >> thank you so much. the heart break in paris. the country observing three days of mourning, lighting candles and leaving bouquets to honor victims where a terrorist struck in the heart of paris. there are no words to describe the shock and grief after the terror attack in france. the death toll now stand at 129 with 352 injured. i.s.i.s. has clapped responsibility for the coordinated attack by three groups at six location. at least one american was killed, a student from cal state. popular attractions like the eiffel tower and disneyland paris are closed as france observes three days of mourning. jonathanbiggliati has the latest from paris. >> thousands of police and
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paris as the fear of another attack remains all too real here. growing vigils line the streets. >> we didn't want to -- we want to go on the street and leave again and just not to feel the fear. >> reporter: french officials say three teams of terrorists arm with assault rifles and a soccer game and concert hall. >> it's crazy. >> reporter: nohemi gonzalez was killed while having dinner with friend. she was studying abroad for a semester. >> she brought joy happiness, laughter to everybody she worked with. >> reporter: as a precaution, many top tourist attracts have been closed, including the eiffel tower and the louvre.
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hollande blamed i.s.i.s. one of the attackers was important in france and had a petty criminal record. they're vowing to take no mercy when accomplices are tracked down. cbs news, paris. happening today, boston will show its support for france. a solidarity rally will be at noon near the bandstand. governor baker and mayor walsh will attend. last night, there was a vigil at boston university. dozens of students gathered outside marsh chapel to remember the victims and support classmates with friend overseas. no reports of boston students injured or kill in the attack. terrorism experts embrace for the new threat posed by i.s.i.s.
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attacks anywhere at any time. >> reporter: state police are continuing high-visibility controls throughout the area. troopers also have a comprehensive system in place at logan airport. option. >> i think you can safely say the security level has been ratcheted up and this incident is really a game-changer and shows us this is an ongoing war we're in and we have to be aware of that and we have to be cautious. >> reporter: boston's mayor said the paris attack proves a free society is difficult to patrol and make safe. >> reporter: we're covering major venue, out in different areas of the city of boston, checking everything and makes
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weaknesses and public spaces. we have to be very diligent in keeping eyes open. >> reporter: the u.s. is stressing cooperation with other nations to stem the tide of violence. >> the united states stands with france and the rest of the world in our resolve to eliminate, scourge violent extremist groups from the face of the earth and make no mistake, that has frown stronger in the wake of the unspeakable brutality. >> reporter: bostonians trio and express sorrow and support for the french people. the timetable will be dictated by world and local events. state police said there's no credible threat directed toward massachusetts but certainly not taking chances. jim smith, wbz this morning. the paris attacks are an
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bombings two and a half years ago. paul burton was at logan airport when a plane arrived. >> reporter: travelers arriving from paris embrace each other in tears. >> i was terrified so i'm happy to be back. >> reporter: brook arrived from paris on saturday afternoon. >> i was very close to the shootings. some of my coworkers are right next to the shooting. >> i'm happy she's back here. i didn't know i would be this emotional but i'm just so happy to see her. >> it's an early thanksgiving for her. >> reporter: jerry was out for dinner friend when the chaos fan. he went to his hotel. >> the hotel was on lockdown so we had to ring a buzzer and pound on the door. they peeked out and let us in. a very sad day. nothing i ever want to experience again. >> reporter: outside boston city hall, french flag is lower
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sue all right mourners laid flowers and light candles. people are fine. i call them all and the people i called, i ask them, "are your people fine?" and their people are fine. but there is 120 people that are not fine. >> reporter: boston marathon survivor heather abbott said the attack bring back memories. >> it's just senseless and unfortunate and i think it's really sad that two and a half years later, you know, being at this event, you know, having to my about something like that happening and another part of the world is really sad. >> reporter: paul burton, wbz news. >> the boston family which suffered immeasurable loss during the marathon bombings is showing their support for the victims of paris. martin richard was the youngest victim of the attack in boston and this picture of the 8-year- old holding a poster reading "no more hurting people" payment an indelible image. now his sister jane made up her
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the richard family says it's to paris with love from jane with martin's same words in french. our coverage of the attack in paris continues. when we come back, hear from a bostonian who was in paris when the terrorists struck. >> announcer: closed captioning is brought to you by luna. >> shop at home with luna and get 40% off hardwood, carpet, laminate, patting and 877-241-luna
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>> welcome back. paris is one of the world's destination cities, and many bostonians travel -- >> pretty skins tent. consistent. >> including this man. [ sirens in the background ] >> i was in boston when the bombings happened there so -- similar scenario, a lot of -- um, a lot of panic. you don't know if glossing to be any more. so that was a little bit "get your heart going a little" and you move a little quicker than you usually would. >> he took these photos showing police and military
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preference and said he felt safe enough to go out. i.s.i.s. is topic one. jon keller on whether there will be any change in the polls after last night's presidential debate. and is it your birthday today? let's see who you share with on this november 15. it's the birthday of patoula clark. she's 83 years young. and fashion designer roberto cavalli is 75. beverly d'angelso 64. johnny lee middle who place sherlock on "elementary" has a birthday and joanne butterall's birthday is today. if you're watching, joanne, happy birthday to you as well. we'll be right back. downtown
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>> welcome back. it is 6:16 now on this sunday morning. we're glad you're with us today. a little cooler but not a bad day ahead. no not at all. the second half of the weekend looking much better than the first half, at least slightly milder, more seasonal, and less wind. it's been so windy. things will start to subside. i'll show you detail in just a second. as promised, we have a blue
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november on the calendar. we're running way above average so far for the month but temperatures -- we were 3 degrees below average yesterday. 52 being the average high this time of the year. we'll be around normal so down to the last minute the next few days if we will be above or below average but we'll keep you updated. at least we'll have tons of sunshine and because we had clear skies, 38-degree in boston. real-feel temp of 31 since we have a breeze from the west. 20s as you head out. 27 nashua, 31 in worcester, and patchy frost in hopkinton and areas blocked by the breeze you may have had overnight and running cooler in all spot compared to yesterday with those temps. 6 degrees colder in boston, 16 degrees colder in keene with a
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out the door there. 48 degrees at 11:00 a.m. partly sunny to mostly sunny in all spots. 3:00 p.m., 53 and will have a high of 55 in boston. keene, 54. more 50s south and east and nantucket, vineyard, 55. low 40s or 30s. here in boston, 44 degrees but many locations in the 30s, patchy frost likely monday morning. we have a few clouds passing by later today and notice the system to the north here this cold front. that's going to help pull in some cooler air. there's a high pressure center that will develop over the next few hours, high pressure system to the south and west and will miss mild temperatures.
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of the system and close to high pressure and will be on the eastern side of the pressure, meaning colder temperatures than we thought. 53 today, 54 monday and then cooling off to the upper 40s tuesday, wednesday, 58 thursday, next chance of rain. >> thank you. the terror attacks in paris put foreign policy front and center at the democratic debate in des moines, iowa. it was the second meeting between the leading party candidates for president, and >> i dow don't think the united states has the bulk of the responsibility. >> reporter: with more talk heating up in the wake of the paris atrocities, sanders saw an opening to open an issue that be deed clinton's run for
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the 2003 u.s. invasion of iraq. >> i would argue that the disastrous invasion of iraq, something i strongly oppose has unraveled the region completely. >> i said it was a mistake but if we're going to tackle the problems by jihadi extreme terrorism, we need towns it and realize it has an about see dent to what happened in iraq. >> i'm a little bit more conservative than the secretary and i'm not a great fan of regime change. >> reporter: there was another sore spot, the implosion of libya after getting rid of gadhafi. >> it's about understanding the secondary and third consequence that fall next. >> just because we're involve and we have a strategy doesn't mean we're going to be able to
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dictate the outcome. >> these are american soldiers and we fail them when we fail to take into account what happens after a dictator falls. >> reporter: clinton chastised sanders for "impugning my integrity" after he claimed clinton's rebuttal to doubts about her closeness with wall street was, quoting again, "not good enough." and there was some lively back and forth between the two over federal regulation of banks. what's the bottom line? i don't think anything has changed. i'm jon keller at large, wbz this morning. >> thank you, jon. 6:21. it was a night for the dogs on the south shore. the big night that brought special love for sam of our animal companions. also the patriots get ready to take on one of their toughest changers. and could it be your lucky day? you never know. here are the winning lottery numbers. you have to be in it to win it. good luck.
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last night, and i was so happy to be able to emcee this first- time gala at the black rock country club in hingham. 200 people were there to raise money for the scituate animal shelter and what an event it was. it was a huge success, raising around $50,000 for all of our furry friend and it was such a great night and everybody did their part so thank you for that. 6:26 right now. president obama heads overseas. ahead this morning, his tough words for the paris attackers.
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>> announcer: from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning.
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it is 6:30 on this sunday morning, november 15. i'm kerry connolly along with pamela gardner we have plenty of sunshine to wrap up the weekend. plenty of weekend yet. for us, it's kind of the end of our weekend. temperatures in the 30s and 20s. 27 nashua, 31 worcester, close to 40 degrees on the cape and island but feels much colder when you factor in a little bit of a breeze, not as windy as yesterday but still feels like 31 in boston, 23 in worcester, 27 degrees in nashua, and we have some areas of frost reported. if you're heading out for an early morning run, you'll want the long sleeves and hopefully you work up a little bit of a sweat on the morning jog. 32 degrees right around the sunrise time here and looks like we're going to keep it pretty mild forecast for you. average high should be 52.
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we'll be around it today with 53, partly sunny skies, down to 47 degrees by 5:00. coming up in just a bit, we have cooler temperatures on the way with highs again in the 40s and another dry stretch. i'll have detail in just a bit. >> pamela, thank you. 129 people have died in six attacks around the city of paris. more than 350 people were injured and an american was also kill in the attack. a 23-year-old college student from california was killed. french and belgian authorities arrested several people in connection with the attacks. at least one of the terrorists was a french national who was known to police. the paris mayor said the threat is still very high as police and military officials secure the city. the attacks in paris are expected to be a major issue as
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the leaders of the 20 top industrialized nations meet. president obama arrived in turkey early this morning. the president called the situation in paris an attack on the civilized world and mr. obama pledged to help track down the attackers. some of the survivors, meanwhile, of the massacre inside the theater in paris are now speaking out. a father and his 12-year-old son were attending the concert. at first, they thought the shows were fireworks and part of the show but relied they were under attack. >> i felt something going by my ear -- i didn't know what it was. i realized something is coming out -- you know, something is going toward the stage and at that point, i think everybody understood. everybody threw themselves on the ground. i saw the two shooters. one was changing his magazine so he had a whole other magazine in front of hip, vest on. one of the guys was doing crowd control and the other guy was executing.
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were organized. >> 89 people were kill in the hall. people have been leaving momentos of the attack. members of u2 left flowers outside the concert hall. in paris. the local us ladies and gentlemen community is reacting to the attacked. the islamic cultural center released this statement. flights are now leaving logan airport to paris and we spoke to one local man on his way there and whether flying there at this time made him nervous. >> i was just worried, like, what's next? if anything's going to happen,
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i'm still worried so hopefully i can make it. >> reporter: on the other hand what can you do? you have to live your life. >> that's right, nothing i can do. >> boston police have been keeping a close eye on the french consulate where flower and messages of support continue to be left but that's not all. police are par trolling many areas around massachusetts including the state house and other key sites. what can be doth done to keep a society totally safe? ed davis says the challenges are huge. >> what is unusual and shocking is it hasn't happened here. this type of attack would be easier to put together in the unite because of the availability of firearms. you can't find firearm in france. you have to smuggle them into
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this incident would be much easier to stage. >> boston police stress they have received no credible threat of any attack. the tragic events in paris have the nfl increasing security at all of today's football games and the patriots take on the giants at metlife stadium in new jersey. police will be inside, outside, and in the parking area. the t.d. garden was lit with blue, white, and red lights. the lennox hotel and prudential tower also featuring the colors of france. a digital billboard visible from route 93 in medford shows the french flag with a giant heart right in the middle. the state department has set up a hotline for american citizens if you happen to be concerned about loved ones in paris. the phone number is on your
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screen -- 888-407-4747. of course, stay with wbz on-air and on the line for continuing coverage of this news story. count on us to bring you the very latest in updates. meanwhile, patriots take on their nemesis today in the meadowland. plus the bruins try to break out of their home ice
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>> welcome back. before last night's bruins game, a touching tribute to paris. the whole garden went silent to remember the victim and then the garden ice lit up in blue, white, and red while the french national anthem played. [ la marseillaise" plays ]
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this morning's sports. >> reporter: the bruins host the red wings, game 2 of the normally playing at home is good but into this one, the bs were 1-5-1 on garden ice. second period, 1-0 on the bergeron goal. make it 2-0 after eric gone beat krejci for his eighth of the season and good to see. good to see this, marchand with a beautiful move and will feed it over to krug, beautiful pass to put it home, krug's first goal of the season. 3-0 boston. detroit got one in the third but that was it thanks to 22 sprays tuukka rask, who was brilliant. the bs move to 2-5-1. 3-1 the final. be ready for the jet game at metlife stadium. key shaun martin is out while adding an o-line player to the roster.
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a depleted offensive line means tom brady will need help from the running game again. legarrett blount told steve burton the team's success has adds to to do with chemistry. >> our group is close and i feel it's the closest of any group on the team. [ indistinct ] you know, we go eat. we obviously hang out with each other and we have each other's backs at all times. like i said, we have a close- knit group and we just hang out a lot. >> reporter: you can see more of the interview later this morning at 11:30 on "game day." kick off is at 4:25, followed by "fifth quarter" on my tv 38. red sox fans digesting the trade that brought craig kimbrel to boston from san diego on friday in exchange for four minor-leaguers. he's a four-time all- star with 39 or more save in each of the
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national league. now in the american league, kimbrel is excited for the switch. >> it's the league of big bats and as a pitcher, you want to have that opportunity to face those big bats so, um, you know, that is a challenge in itself and i'm looking forward to it. the eagles get back to work on saturday when they will face the fighting irish of notre dame at fenway. notre dame in action yesterday, hosting wake forest in their senior day game. this was all fighting irish. trombetti with a pick 6 to put notre dame up 14-0. josh adams at 141 yards rushing, including this 98-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. notre dame rolls past wake 28- 7. they will enter yawkey way with an impressive 9-1 record come saturday. harvard hosting penn yesterday. 21-6 after the first quarter
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thanks to two rushing touchdown and this 68-yard pass by the quarterback, who hits watson on the score. harvard battled back. 19 unanswered point in the second quarter, highlight by trickery. moseley off the reverse. the 28-yard pass. harvard up 25-21 at the half. second half all penn. touchdown. quakers win it 35-25 to end the crimson win streak at 22. harvard, penn and tart mouth 5- 1 atop the ivy league with one game left to play. long time battle, william hosting amherst. a 7-yard touchdown reception puts the team up 7-0. they beat william 17-7. amherst finishes a perfect 8-07. umass wins 28-7 over eastern michigan. college hockey rematch of the national championship, b.u.
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and providence, 3-3 after playing to a 1-1 tie on friday. and celtics at oklahoma city tonight. that's it for now. i'm dan roche, wbz sports. >> all right, dan, thank you. well, it was a good-bye that drew a big crowd. the implosion from down under in san francisco bay. pamela? a clear and crisp start to the day. a little bit of a breeze out there still. other locations could have some areas of frost but on our way to high in the 50s, seasonal temperatures, and less of a wind compare to the last couple of days. a little bit of a cooldown coming your way in the seven day forecast but first, we have weather trivia. on average what are the coldest days of the year in boston? january 3-4, january 17-18, february 9-10, or february 25- 26?
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we often bring you building implosions but how many times have you seen a pier implode? kind of cool, huh? in san francisco yesterday, the last remaining span of the old bay bridge was completely demolished. look at that. it took nearly 600 explosive charges when it was all done in six seconds. traffic was briefly stopped on the bay bridge during the
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demolition. that's good. and the city's subways were temporarily stopped from passing through the area. amazing how you're fascinated really cool. >> interesting, yep. >> did the job, though. >> exactly, 6 seconds. what's going on? no wind -- not a bad day. >> a little bit of a breeze but not bad yesterday. >> okay. >> that's the key here. >> that's pretty. >> a sunrise shot right on horizon. that's about it for this morning. we're going to keep the sky mostly clear until this evening when a few more clouds pass by in the forecast. boston right now, 38 degrees. you real feel, 31. windchill an issue this morning as we still have a light breeze from the west at 9 miles per hour. dew point temperatures nice and low, dry air in place, although we have areas of frost that have settled in to areas such as hopkinton, patchy frost. nashua, 27 degrees. 25 in keene.
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wouldn't be surprised if you had frost there, too. 38 in taunton, 37 falmouth, mild owner the cape and island. 34 hour temperature difference. we're running colder. six degrees colder in boston. high of 52 for most of the day until 1:00 and later in the day. we will hold in the lower 50s to mid-50s the rest of the afternoon and early part of the evening. 56 norwood, 55 taunton, 54 plymouth and 52 in p-town. low 30s. slightly mild in boston thanks to the our ban heat island. urban heat island. we want to show you the big picture. 4:00 p.m., clouds develop around boston. they pass by to our south and west.
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high pressure to our south and west there -- unfortunately, that's going to help pull in warmer air. we miss out on milder temperatures and will sit to the north of the system and close enough to this area of high pressure developing in canada to usher in a northerly air flow for dry conditions and cooler-than-normal temperatures, a back-door front monday into tuesday to keep us a tad below average. there's your seven day to break it down, though. 53 today. partly sunny skies and that is windy. the cape, island, you guys will deal with a breeze and some gusty wind but not bad yesterday. monday, 54. tuesday, 48. wednesday, 9. we have that cooldown -- still not too bad. 58 on thursday with the chance of some rain. weather trivia time -- second question of the morning from dave in milford. on average what are the coldest day of the year in boston? [ drum roll ] >> we have a variety of answer
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manufacturing. the company vice president said industry certifications but think government should get involved. >> there needs to be a certain traceable if something goes wrong. there's issues of warranties when you're talking about a product that fails. >> reporter: dr. samuels told the eye team he would like to see stand ares for labs. >> the last and dentists would benefit but most importantly, patients. >> reporter: ask your dentist if they know where the products are made and if they use a lab association. ryan cass, wbz news. a whole new take on car shopping. would you like to buy your car through a vending machine? one place is selling cars like
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good morning, everybody. it is 7:00 on this november 15. time to rise and shine. and tackle your day. your pj's too. why not? we're glad you're joining us. we would be in our pj's if we >> exactly. >> so not a bad day today. a little less wind which always helps. >> we have partly sunny skies. less wind and some milder temperatures but we're starting off colder compared to
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feels way worse. you want the gloves, we have winter like temperatures. 25-degrees in cain. with some areas of frost. but along the coast, the islands, we still have a pretty good wind speed. sustained winds, 5-10 miles an hour. inland to 24-mile an hour. real feel temperatures, lower 20s. upper 20s, lower 30s. 53 degrees. partly sunny, 47 by 5:00. and coming up, we have some cooler temperatures on the way as we enter into another dry stretch. i'll have all of the number the coming up. >> all right. thank you. well, france is observing three days of national mourning. people in paris and all around the country are lighting candles and leaving flowers to honor those killed by terrorists.
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the shock and grief after the court maided terror a-- coordinated terror attack. the death to at 129 with 352 injured. isis has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks carried out by three teams of terrorists at six different locations. french police have made several arrests. we now know at least one american aening pose killed. jonathan begins our coverage. >> reporter: growing vigils and memorials line the streets. >> we wanted to go on the street and not to feel the fear that one has to have. >> reporter: paris was rocked
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french officials say three teams of terrorist all armed with assault rifles launched coordinated attacks. it's>> it's like war. >> reporter: 23-year-old call state student, n o, hemi gonzalez was killed having din we are friends. >> she brought joy and laughter to everyone she worked with. >> reporter: many tourists attractions have been closed. french president hollande says they are searching for accomplice and vowing to take no mercy when they were tracked down. cbs news, paris. boston will once again be showing its support for france today.
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at the noon on the boston common near the bandstand. governor charlie baker and and at boston university, dozens gathered to remember the victims and support classmates with friends overseas. no reports of any boston student injured or killed in the attacks. the fbi sending reinforcement to help with the investigation. terrorism experts all around the world are bracing for the new threat prosed by isis and the potential for similar attacks anywhere at any time. there have been no known threats made against the u.s. but analysts say america needs to be individual lent. >> individual -- vigilant. >> reporter: troopers also have a comprehensive system in place at logan airport. former police commissioner and
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>> i think you can safely say that the security level has been ratcheted up a little bit. it's certainly a game changer. it's an on going war we're in and we have to be aware of that. and we have to be caution. >> reporter: boston's mayor says the attacks prove a free society is the difficult patrol and make totally safe. today. we're out in different areas just check everything and it making you realize that there's public spaces. it just shows you that we have to be very diligent in keeping our eyes open. >> reporter: meanwhile the u.s. is stressing corporation with other nations to some way stand to have. >> the unite stay stands with
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stands with france and others. that resolve has only grown stronger in the wake of this unspeakable brutality. >> reporter: and one more look at the growing memorial in downtown boston as boston support. and once again b state police say there's no credible threat directed toward massachusetts but they're not taking any wbz this morning. are the boston family who suffered immeasurable loss in the march on marathon bombings are showing they're support. we're all haunted by this picture by the 8-year-old
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her sister -- his sister jane who lost her leg has her own. it says the same message but in french. and there's a hot line on your screen. 1-888-470-4747. a hot line if you have friends or family members that might be in paris and you're concerned about them. we will of course have much more on the paris attacks on our broadcast this morning. including an update what for example security measures -- extra securities measures will be in place for the fans a the game in new york. and the story behind a dramatic and planned implosion on the water. time to check out some of the weather watcher reports. chilly temperatures all across the area. under a clear sky and a little bit of a breeze still left out there. especially on the islands.
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it's really gusty out there. hudson 29 degrees. eric in belmont 29 as well. and don in spencer. 28 degrees. on our way to 50s.
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welcome back. 7:10. new york is just one of the many cities, including boston, under heightened security after the attacks in paris. a federal intelligence source tells the associated press there have been increased chatter encouraging an attack in the united states but so far there is no evidence of a credible threat. paris attacks on the u.s. security. that also means football fan there is see extra police at the met life stadium in new york today. they were back on the practice field. making final preparations. preparations they need as new england is -- and we get you
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i was so excited to be able to animal shelter. 20200 people with -- 200 people were there to raise money. around $50,000. so thank you so everybody that show -- to everybody that showed up and all of the hard work everybody put in. every dollar goes to helping our little pals and they need us so all of the folks proved they were there for them. so good day to bring the dogs out for a walk maybe. >> maybe a sweater on some of early. and it was a chilly one for us. but we have plenty of sunshine. that's the good news because typically in november, here in new england we typically have
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cover but we have had a dent month so far. we like that. chilly temperatures. although it feels like 30 degrees as you factor in the windchill value. the winds at the west from 9 miles per hour. windigos found on the -- wind islands. peak gusts of 35 miles an hour. for the rest of the us, the wind won't be quite so bad. 25 keen and 37 in boston. we're running colder in all spots compared to this time yesterday. 13and warming up just a bit. hour by hour forecast. 46 by 10:00 a.m. more of a change compared this time yesterday. 52 by 1:00 and 54 for that official high in boston.
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all across the board and that sunshine will help to warm us today. low of 39 this boston. with the low 30s in the suburbs. again, another frosty start to your morning monday. mostly cloudy skies with the clouds dissipating by monday afternoon. 4:00 p.m. we'll start you off here. a few passing clouds. we're all dry. that's going to help pull in some warmer air. unfortunately for us, we'll see back to our cold front off of the area of high pressure developing in canada. so a cooler air mass flow. definitely for monday evening into tuesday and wednesday. even though we're talking some chilly temperatures. at least it won't be the too bad. we'll be just a touch below average. here's the break down. 7 day 53. tuesday, 48, 49 on wednesday, thursday up to 51-degrees. but we'll see a chance for some evening showers. rain chances again friday and into saturday. we dry off for the next part of
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next week. temperatures right around 50 both of those days. >> not too bad. thank you so much. a student journalist at the university of missouri may press assault charges against a communication professor. 22-year-old mark shire tells the herd melissa click crossed the line. the professor click apologized but he says that was insincere and the professor of all people should understand freedom of the press. we often bring you building implosions but how many times have you ever seen a pier implode. in san francisco yesterday the last remaining span of the old bay bridge was completely demolished. it took nearly 600 explosive charges and was all done in about 6 seconds. traffic was briefly stopped on the bay bridge during the demolition. and the city someoneways were -- subways were temporarily
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stopped from passing through the area. >> a very big surprise from the world of mixed martial arts. the ronda rousey was defeated. holly holm delivered had the knock out in the second round. wow. coming up in our next half hour, the democratic candidates for president take the debate. but it was isis that was the real star. >> but first, get ready for our favorite segment. the pet parade headed your way.
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welcome back. and welcome to the pet parade. my pal from bay path humane society are here today. thanks for coming in. we've got faith, little herbert and little dora. why don't with start out with beautiful little faith. she has quite a story. >> yeah. faith is about 11 month olds. she's an island dog. from jamaica. she had a little bit of a rough start. born with kind of a urinary tract situation but we have corrected it with surgery. she just needs an inexpensive
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but she's house trained. excellent with dogs. she has four first dog sib -- foster dog siblings. we would love to see her, and julie was saying in jamaica. she was about six months and she was in so much pain from the urinary thing going on in her and she was just friendly going up to strangers and nobody could really help her but some wonderful couple helped her get back here. but now we have to get her a home. the pain is gone and that's the best part. >> she's got a great energy. we definitely need an active home and no cats. but dogs definitely. can we please talk about my friend hear. herbert, 12er yas old -- 12 years old. maybe 14. he is a boston animal control stray.
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he has -- look at him. heart murmur. bad knees. stuff like that. and some dental issues. but we were lucky to have someone donating the dental. so we're going to take care of that. had doesn't need an active home. he just wants to be held. super low maintenance. >> roaming the streets of boston. i just mean how does that happen but there's so many instances and possibilities. but he's just a little skinny old man looking for somebody to love him. >> he loves to walk and wear a sweater. >> and now thanks to you guys he has a sweater around has some love. but we need a permanent home. and what about dora? >> she's about 5 years old. she came to us from another local animal control. she is just looking for a lap. definitely a lap dog. likes other dogs. could definite lilling with another dog.
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-- could definitely live with another dog. things like loud noises scare here. probably older kids or an adult only home. loves to cuddle. loves to dive under the covers. >> she wants to be carried. >> you areall right. what do we do. if anybody in interested interested? >> definitely kick had out our website for more information in -- check out our website for more information or give us a call or come on down. >> and little herbert is getting crazy. he's getting rowdy. let's go ahead and show our homeward bound segment. because we want to see this for these guys as well. this is jax with his new mom. he came in from buddy dog. jax too was a stray and a little bit older. so great to see. thank you so much for bringing jax home and thank you guys for
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bringing these guys in. keep us posted. we're hoping for the best. all right. we'll be back.
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food sunday morning -- good sunday morning, it is 7:30. this is a live look at the harris right -- paris right now. we'll have more on the investigation in just a few minutes. good morning to you, everybody. we have a pretty nice day ahead. if you want to get out and enjoy it. not as windy, which is always good. >> and temperatures will be milder today.
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we're expecting 50s today. very, very seasonable. but starting off on the chilly side. and below where we were. but now, boston, keen, 25 degrees. many areas, especially inland reporting patchy frost. sustained wind speeds 5-10 miles an hour. but ptown, 28-mile an hour winds. sustained and gusts are even higher on the capen islands. we'll keep it windy for you today. but inland, just the light breeze mixed in. real field temperature, feels like 30 boston. hour by hour forecast, you see no rain headed our way. we have noon, we pause it there. everyone experiencing the lower 50s at least through 7:00 p.m. as well as few clouds help to trap in that afternoon heat. >> coming up in just a little bit we have a little bit of a cool down.
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all right. thank you. french police have detained the father, brother and four other family members of one of the gunman believed to be responsibility for one of the deadly attacks in paris. they are being questioned and examined for possible links to islamic extremists. the investigator says the suspect blue him outside of the the bataclan concert hall. he was identified by a severed finger. meanwhile a car with suspected links to the attacks haven be found in the suburbs. fishes say gunman used the same attacks. meanwhile, special services are planned today at noter dame cathedral and all around the down troy remember the people killed and to pray for the more than 351 wounded.
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france's president has declared three days of national mourning and raised the country security to the highest level. and for many the attacks are a terrible remainder of the boston march on this bombings and it was certainly an emotional time for those returning from paris. >> reporter: embrace each other in tears. >> i was still terrified. so i'm just happy to be back. >> reporter: she arrived from paris on saturday afternoon. >> i was very close to the shootings. some of my coworkers were right next to the shooting. >> happy she's back here. i didn't know i would be this emotional but i'm just so happy to see her. >> so happy to have her back. >> reporter: jerry goce, will a was out to dinner when the attacks began. >> the hotel was on lockdown so we couldn't get in. finally they came to the door
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it a very sad day. scary day. nothing i want to the experience again. >> reporter: at the french consolate, a memorial grows as mourns light candle and bring flowers. >> i'm really happy my people are fine. i call them all. the people i called. i ask them are your people fine? and they people are fine. but there are 129 people that are not fine. >> reporter: the attacks bring back memories. >> it's just senseless and unfortunate and i think it's really sad that two and half years later, you know, being at this event, you know, having to think about something like that happening and another part of the world is really sad. the local islamic community
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messages to support for the world. the islamic society of boston says our prayers are with paris. president obama has arrived at a resort town in turkey under intense security. the town is just a few hundred miles from the syrian border. president obama will meat with turkey's president before the g20 summit begins. and of course you can stay with wbz for continuing coverage throughout our broadcast as well as on cbsboston.com. and the terrorist attacks figured prom prominently in the democratic debates in des moines, iowa. every candidated had some strengths and weaknesses.
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think the united states has the bulk of the responsibility. >> reporter: with war talk heating up in wake of the paris opens. sanders saw an the problems posed by extreme terrorism we knead to understand secrary and i am not a great fan of regime change. >> reporter: and that led to an
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mally. the imposing of libya. >> it's not about just getting rid of a single dictator. >> just because we're involved and have a strategy doesn't mean we're going to be able to dictate the outcome. >> these are american soldier and we fail them when we fail to take into account the day after the leader falls. >> reporter: and doubts about her closest eness with wall street was quote not good enough and also lively back and forth about the federal regulation of the banks. so what's the bottom line? i don't think anything has changed. john keller at large, wbz this morning. we want to take a moment to challenge.
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before last night's bruins game, a touching tribute to paris. the whole garden went silent. and then the garden ice lit up in blue, white, and red while the french national anthem played. here's dan with this morning's sports. good morning. the bruins hosted the redd wings last night. game two of a six game homestand. playing at the garden.
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but coming into this one 1-5-1 at guard's night. b's up one nothing. and first, in the month of november, good to see. do i need a lawyer listen to second. good to see this. brad with the beautiful move. eventually feed it over to tori cuog. his first goal of the season. detroit would get one in the third but that was it. thanks to 22 saves. the b's get their second win at home to move to 2-5-1. meanwhile, ready for patriot's and giant's game. chris baracker at the to the roster. that likely means tom brady will need some help from the running game again. one of the insiders said the group's success has everything to do with chemistry.
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>> i feel like our group is probably the closest of any group on the team. you know, me and b talking, outside of football. you know, and we go eat. you know, we obviously having an -- hang out with each other and have each other's banks. we have a close knit group and we have fun. >> and you can see more of that this morning. kick off at wbz at 4:25 immediately followed by our post game show. >> to baseball where red sox fans still digesting the trade. on friday. the 27-year-old kimbrell is a four time all star. all in the national league. now in the american league, he says he's excited for. the switch. >> it's the league of big bats and as a pitcher, you want to -- you want to have that opportunity to the face the big bats.
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so yeah. i think it's a challenge in itself and i'm looking forward to it. >> boston college enjoying the weekend off. they get back to work saturday at fenway park. and fourth ranked notre dame in action yesterday. hosting wake forrest and this was all fighting irish. the pick six off of the tip here. in the first quarter puts notre dame up 14-0. 140 yards rushing. notre dame rolls past wake, 28- 7. they'll enter with an impressive win 9-1. trailed. thanks had to alex torgason. whites had watson on the score. but harvard would battle back. 19 unanswered points in the
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shelton most lee off the reverse. harvard up 25-21 at the half. but second half, all penn. watson goes 71 yards here. quakers win is. division three, long time battle. battle. the lord jeffs up 7-0. they would cruise from there beating william. one of the football scores from yes, u mass gets the second win of the season. college hockey, a rematch. the number 11bu and number 1 providence a 3-3 tie. and tonight basketball celtics at home cities. that's it for sports for now. >> all right. thank you so much.
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a nice sunday. >> mid-november, not too bad. >> not quite as chilly as yesterday. but yesterday was the only blue square day. we have been running away above normal. and we're still running 7.7 degrees above average. so far, yesterday we were only 3 degrees below and these next few days, we will be right around normal. average high being 5 52 this time of year. right now we have clicked down to 37 degrees. some calmer wind speeds. boston is one of the warmer spots at this time. real feel 30 degrees. light braze from the west. -- breeze from the west. the and factoring in that windchill. wind gusts slightly stronger between 20 and 30 miles per hour from the west. we'll keep the wind gusts around throughout the afternoon on the capen islands. temperatures all as cothe board
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farther to the north and west, 25 degrees. areas of patchy frost will continue to evapory evaporate but we're still running low where we were yesterdays. 130 3-drews colder -- 13 degrees colder. hour by hour. in the 40s for much of the morning here. 46 degrees by 10. 50 degrees noon and 53 by 2:00. partly sunny skies will rule the forecast or mostly sunny skies. really, a very, very pleasant afternoon here. 55 beverly. 55 bedford and that slight breeze. just making such a difference. not as windy as yesterday. the vineyard 54. overnight 30s. but many to the north and inland mid to lower 30s. some areas of patchy frost likely. we're starting here.
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a few clouds. other than that we're dealing with a light breeze, mild temperatures. high pressure develops to the south and west. continuing to strengthen. there will be a large ridge over the midsection of the country. but for us n new england, we get a chilly forecast for the later part of the monday into tuesday and wednesday. thanks to this high pressure system over canada. that'll settle until here. late tuesday and wednesday. giving us that cooler air flow. as a result the highs in the 40s. 53 sunday. tuesday, 48. wednesday 49. next chance for rain will be on thursday with a warmer high of 58. >> not too bad. >> 7:48 right now. much more ahead. why attorneys from the boston
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welcome back. lawyers for dzhokhar tsarnaev are heading back to court land argue he deserves a new trial because jurors in his case were poisoned by overwhelm, pretrial publicity in boston. you might recall the judge declined several requests for a change of venue.
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case on december 1st. an irish bank exec faces fraud charges charges is asking a u.s. judge for bail. he wants an electronic monitor. so he can keep working. irish police say drum trayed to cover up financial losses at an irish bank. he mauved to wellsly in 2009. root beer doesn't taste like root but ginger beer lives up to its name. coming up, four brand to the
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well, it has had a lot of flavor and the only alcohol is in its name. taste tests the bolder, spicier cousin of ginger ale. >> recently purchased a four brands of beginninger beer. the carbonated con tepider accident captain eli weeks gossling, main root and eves. main root finished in last place. made in portland, maine. it contains just 4 ingredients. and while phantom appreciates the simplicity, he wasn't a big fan of the results.
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blue has a must write aroma. while it delivers on the ginger. phantom actually found the spiciness too aggressive. and next up. captain eli's. with its fresh ginner bouquet and peal golden color, it looks the part. unfortunately, it offers up a flat drinking experience. runner up is reeves. if you're b ling -- if you're looking for something different, this is where you'll find it. it tastes like a trip to the tropics. because it's made with pineapple juice and honey. there's a sweetness far beyond the ginger beer. but despite the label, phantom didn't get very much of the bait he was looking for.
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challenge is go is, sli -- brew. while there's certainly plenty of ginger flavor it's refreshing rather than overpowering. that's why it's at the top of the food chain. >> for more food and fun ux watch the fan -- you can watch the phantom gourmet at 10:30 and 11 on my tv 38 we've got your top stories and update on your accuweather forecast and, you know, what? looking pretty good. coming up in 2. we'll see you then. the first star i see tonight i wish i may, i wish i might, have the wish i wish tonight wishes do come true. the lincoln wish list event is on. right now get exceptional offers on the entire lincoln family. for a limited time your choice
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from the channel 4 studios in >> yes it is. good morning. we're glad you're with us. 15th. for mid november, right on target. >> it sure is. temperatures in the lower 50s. exactly where we should be this time of the year. very seasonable. we have a chilly start to the day but starting to rebound nicely. sunshine. we have 40 in boston, 36 in
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you guys have rebounded a couple of degrees. lower 40s there on the cape. island sustained winds between five and 15 miles per hour. we'll keep a light breeze in the forecast from the west unless you are on the capin islands, a gusty afternoon and still overall not as bad as the last couple of days. real wind chill temperatures. 35 in wooster. you might want that jacket and i will have more details for the seven day. >> thank you. france is observing three days
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people in paris and around the country are lighting candles and leaving flowers honor those killed. there is no words to describe the attack but here is what we have learned. the death toll is 129 with 352 injured. isis has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks. carried out by three different teams of terrorists. there is a confirmation of one of the confirmed suicide bombers and one killed was a student from cal state. we have the coverage from paris. >> reporter: thousands of french police and troops swept the streets of paris as the fear of another attack remains all too real. growing vigils and memorials line the streets as the country mourns. >> we want to go on the street
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to feel the fear that they want us to have. >> reporter: paris was rocked friday night. french officials say three teams of terrorists all armed with assault rifles and identical suicide vests launched coordinated attacks on on cay peace and soccer fields. >> emmy gonzalez was killed while having dinner. she was studying aboard in paris. >> she brought joy and happiness and laughter. >> many top tourist attractions is closed including the eiffel tower and the lourve. >> french president francois hollande blamed isis militants. one of the attackers was born in france and had a petty criminal record. they are searching for
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accomplices and promising no mercy. >> boston will show its support for france. a solid darity rally held at noon on the boston common near the bandstand. governor baker and marty walsh are scheduled to attend. meanwhile last night there was a vigil at boston university. dozens of students gathered outside marsha chapel to remember the victims and support classmates overseas. no reports of any boston student injured or killed in the attack. meanwhile the f.b.i. is sending reinforcements to france to help in the investigation. terrorism experts around the world are bracing for the new threat poised by isis and the potential for similar attacks anywhere at any time. there have been no known threats known against the u.s. but jim smith reports analysts
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>> reporter: troopers have a comprehensive system in place at logan airport. there is no other option. >> the security has been rachetted up a bit after this changer. it shows us that this is ongoing war and we have to be aware of it. >> boston mayor says the attack proves a free society is difficult to control and make totally safe. >> we're covering the major venus and out in different areas of the city of boston. it makes you realize that there is some weaknesses and you have public spaces and it shows that you we have to be very diligent in keeping our eyes open. >> meanwhile the u.s. is stressing cooperation with other nations in finding some
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terrorist violence. >> the united states stands with france and the rest of the world to eliminate violent groups from the face of the earth and make no mistake that is only grown stronger. and there is one more look at the growing memorial in downtown boston as bostonians as they are expressing their support. the increased security will be dictated by world and local events. police say there is no credible threat towards massachusetts but not taking any chances. in downtown boston, jim smith. wbz this morning. the boston family that suffered immeasurable loss during the marathon bombings are showing their support. martin richards was the youngest victim in the attack in boston and we're all haunted by this pick of the 8-year-old holding a poster that reads no
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so to show support for those killed in paris, his sister jane that lost her leg in the but written in french. >> the state department has a hot line for american citizens if you're concerned about any loved ones in paris. that phone number for you to call is 1(888)407-4747. >> 8:07. most parents would do anything to keep their kids safe and now one option is to have their jeans sequoined. the benefits and the downside to the unique program in boston. >> and the democrat president candidates weigh in on national issues in their second debate. time to look at the weather reports. chilly temperatures and a calmer wind. down to 38 degrees.
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according to peter in randolph mostly sunny skies and a few high clouds mainly to the south and not a bad forecast. we will be warmer and less windy but a cool down is on the way. i will have the details in your seven-day forecast. closed captioning brought to
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luna. to the presidential campaign. the terror attacks put foreign policy front and center. john keller has more. >> i don't think that united states has the bulk of the responsibility. >> reporter: with war talk paris atrocities. sanders saw an opening to bring up an issue that be delve run her invasion of iraq. >> i would argue that the invasion of iraq, something that i strongly oppose has unraveled the region completely. >> i said the invasion of iraq was a mistake but i think if we
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are going to tackle the problems poised by jihaddi extreme terrorism, we need to understand it and realize that it has antecedents to what happened in iraq. >> i am more conservative than the secretary that i am not a great fan of regime change. >> that lead to an exchange of clinton and o'mally. the implosion of libya after the deposing of ga dadfi. >> it is not about getting rid of the single dictator but understanding the second and third consequences. >> just because we are involved and have a strategy doesn't mean we are going to be able to dictate the outcome. >> these are american soldiers. and we fail them when we fail to take into account the day after a dictator falls. >> clinton chastises him after he claimed clinton's rebuttal to her closeness to wall street was not good enough.
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and there was also some lively back and forth between the two over federal regulations of banks. so what is the bottom line? i don't think anything has changed. i'm john keller, at large, wbz this morning. thank you, john. predicting the possible future diseases your newborn could face as an adult. would you like to unlock the secret of your baby's dna.
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offering that possibility. good morning and welcome back. tracking how much sunshine we get per month, you see the month of november here, typically we get 50% of the time with clouds. and it's usually pretty gloomy and the good news is that we have more sunshine on the way. this month so far has been pretty sunny, other than a couple of gloomy days. boston right now, 40 degrees under that full sunshine. a few in this high clouds passing through. that's about it. temperatures 34 degrees a light breeze at 9 miles per hour and mix that with our temperatures making it feel a tad cooler. wind gusts or strong on the capin islands and on the south shore. high and nis 35 miles per hour and we will keep the strongest wind gusts throughout the day. light breeze for the rest of us
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soon we will warm up as the sun gets higher in the sky. 4 degrees colder in boston from yesterday but rebounding nicely. 40s for most of the morning and reaching 52 at 1:00 in your hour by hour. average high is 52 this time of the year. very seasonable afternoon. man, what difference, less of a wind. 52 intoneton and a high of 54 in norwood and 50s in the cape and islands. overnight down to 39 degrees and many spots in the suburbs in the 30s under mostly cloudy skies. hour-by-hour forecast, a center of high pressure develop to go to south and west. going to amp up the ridge here in the midwest states giving those folks milder temperatures. and now there is another high pressure system to the north
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cooler air flow late monday, tuesday, wednesday and, therefore, some slightly colder than normal temperatures for those highs. still not too bad though. considering where we could be. here is the seven-day forecast. today 53, around normal with the temperatures, monday seasonable. 54 and tuesday 48 and wednesday 49. and close to 60s on thursday with the chance for evening rain and some showers friday and back to 48 degrees next saturday. carrie. >> thank you, pam. here is a dilemma for new or expecting parents would you like to know now about health conditions your baby could face years or even decades down the line. it's a story that has seen a big response since our first report this week. this morning dr. marshall takes a closer look at the first of its kind study right here in boston. take a look. >> reporter: the very definition of optimism a newborn baby and to keep the little ones the perfect
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pictures of health some day in the near future routine newborn care could include a wi-fi screaming. >> some people call this the book of life. >> bring ham hospital and children's hospital are sequencing the genome of newborns looking at the dna and looking at the possibility of future diseases. >> they are screened for dozens of medical conditions but with this sequencing doctors will check for more than 1600. it could reveal illnesses like alzheimer's and certain cancers and determine if a patient will have a positive or negative medication. >> i think it will help you cope with whatever it is that you are going to have to cope with anyways. scary the thought of finding something out. >> doctor green and allen biggs understand this is a tough sell for some parents.
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know about something they can't control. >> the hope is to enroll 500 newborns half healthy and half sick in the project to find out what role if any the genetic care. >> will knowing the codes lead issues in genetics. the newborns will be covered for five years to see how they will do. >> it might help or confuse things or irrelevant but trying to anticipate what is the world going to be like when you actually have genetic information available for all of us. >> only time will tell. dr. marshall, wbz news. so interesting. thank you. we are continuing to follow new developments out of france.
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blamed on extremists could change the face of the entire
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east going. welcome back. 8:24. what is coming up on cbs's face the nation. john dickinson has a preview fresh from moderating a democratic debate. did you get any sleep, john? >> i didn't get much sleep but we had planned to do the broadcast from des moines and
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we decided because of the terror attacks on friday in paris, we wanted to get back to washington and talk to folks here about the latest so we are going to talk to michael morealli the number two at the cia and chairman of the house and senate intelligence committees to tell us what this attack tells us about the shape of isis and it's terror ambitions and what changes in u.s. policy might be necessary to combat the growing threat. and then we are going to talk about what may happen if this means anything about terror attacks in the you said. united states. then we will return to senator sanders on the stage last night and talk to him about domestic and foreign policy and we will have a political panel to wrap it up and make sense of it. >> and you will take your nap, right, john, wrap it up with a bow.
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you have a great show. face the nation airs at 10:30 on wbz. this morning president obama is just a few hundred the new security. how recent campus protests are changing the face of race
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us. in boston. good morning everyone. 8:30 as you rise and shine on this sunday morning. november 15th. not a bad looking day out there good morning. not a bad day. >> plenty of sunshine and
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if it is like this on weekdays, we would have it easy. beautiful weather today and we will keep the beautiful weather around for your weekdays for the first half of the work week. temperatures have rebounded nicely considering we have lows in the 30s and 20s. now up to 40s in boston. 31taunton and not as breezy. not as bad as the last couple of days. still a gusty win on the cape and island. and boston feeling like 28 degrees and heading out for 31 degrees. plenty of sunshine and it looks around. clouds, 51 degrees. right around the average high of 52.
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we have a dry stretch for some time and seasonable temps and below normal and we will go through the numbers in your seven-day forecast. carrie. >> thank you, pamela belgium police have detained 7 people believed to be linked to the paris attacks and french police are questioning family members of the first bombing as opposed to be identified. investigators say that 29-year- old suspect that blew him out out of the clan concert hall. a french judicial official says a car with suspected links to the attacks have been found in the suburb four miles east of paris. officials say the gunman used the same type of car in one of the attacks. this attack could have a significant impact on military
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sarcosti says france should work to destroy this terrorism. it was an emotional time for those returning from paris as paul burton reports. travelers arriving at logan airport from paris embrace each other in tears. >> i was still terrified and happy to be back. >> brook is thankful to be home and arrived from paris on saturday afternoon. >> i was close to the shootings. some of my co-workers are actually right next to the shootings. >> i'm happy she is back here. i didn't know i would be this emotional but i am so happy to see her. >> so happy she is back. an early thanksgiving for us. >> jerry was out for dinner with friends in paris when the chaos began. he immediately went to his hotel. >> the hotel was on lockin so we had to pound on the door and ring a buzzer and they came to the door and peaked out and let us in. it was a very sad day and scary day. nothing that i want to experience again.
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french flag is lowered at half- staff and at the consulate a memorial grew as people lit candles. he has family in paris and they are safe. >> i am happy that my family are fine and the people i ask are your people fine a and their people are fine. but there is 120 people that are not fine. >> boston marathoner survivor says the attacks bring back memories. >> it is senseless and unfortunate and think it is sad that two-and-a-half years later you know being at this event, having to think about something like that happening and another part of the world is sad. news. the local islamic community is sending out its messages of support to the world. the islam society of boston cultural center says our hearts and prayers with those in paris. may god shower his mercy on
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those that passed. heal those that are wounded and bring his justice to the perpetrators of this horrific act. president obama has air penetration ride with security, from the syrian border. he will meet with turkey's president before the g-20 summit begins. of course you can stay with wbz for continuing coverage as long as online at cbsboston.com. here's john. it wasn't so long that you would hear the complaint in this country that we as a people didn't talk enough about changing. widely publicized cases of police brutality and peaceful
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violence in the streets of ferguson and protests and now the college campuses and related issuance here to continue that discussion is the president and ceo of the urban league of eastern massachusetts, darnel williams. welcome. see. >> good to have you here. >> thank you. >> do you think the very public discussions and protests of the >> oh absolutely. >> how so? >> the challenge that we have had, we have had these discussions in town forums and multiple discussions all over but nothing has really come out of them. so the discussions go back to our little cubbies or cubeies or whatever we call them and nothing changes. i think the discussions that are happening now between black
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exercise democracy. >> because with the exception of body cameras for police officers, which was a big part of the black lives matter. >> yes. >> that seems to be moving forward at least here in boston and in other places, other than that, i've checked in periodically on the state house on a number of bills that were file in the wake of ferguson dealing with the issues and nothing is moving. >> no. while the legislature is one piece. >> okay. >> i think that when you are looking at what is happening on the grassroots levels, the millennials are being engaged, the children of the baby boomers, those that came up in the 60s that grew up with say it loud i'm black and proud so we are precursor to black lives matters so we have lived through this and the generation is taking the torch from us and leading. it is really refreshing.
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>> let's talk about this new generation of leaders and protestors and tactics are crucial to any movement's success. >> that's correct. >> there has been controversy at times over tactics from the location of a protest last december on the common next to a christmas-tree lighting to the blockage of major highways to the hassling of news media on the missouri campus. i admit that we in the media focus on the most sensational controversy and a lot of what goes on peacefully and not disruptively, doesn't get reported, do you think these tactics are productive. >> some are probably misguided. the key is that if you compare to what we did, rossa parks sat down on the bus because we wanted to make sure that the transportation was open to everyone. so, therefore, they did a bus boycott.
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at the lunch counters, we served at the lunch counters and not just to whites. the point that i'm trying to make is that when black lives matters, they have not been clear in terms of what their end goal needs to be or wants to be. what is it that you want? missouri was a prime example, they wanted resignation to change the climate. we have to have them adopt goals to define what it is that you want and then be very deliberate about getting it. >> because rossa parks was the wife of a local ncaa lawyer who was chosen as the most appealing face of a lawsuit they wanted to file to overturn the racist practices of the bus company. >> she wasn't the first choice, the other person selected
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and rossa did and grateful that she did it. >> it was very calculated. >> it was very calculated and that's all we are saying, they need to be more deliberate and calculated. >> we will continue the conversation in a moment with darnel williams.
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>> welcome back. -- williams. longest serving african- american in boston ousted and newcomer. in this case and more broadly, is there a generational change under way in black community leadership here? >> i think it is and i think that we need to thank charles yancey as well as steve murphy, those folks that have served a long time on the council but i think that this is this is there's a yearning for a connect to the new generations and voices that are coming. i think you see tito jacksons on the stage. how do we nuture and develop and support them as they are coming up the pipeline? i think served 32 years on the council, that's a significant knowledge. so we don't want to lose that knowledge base but we also have
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to usher in the new regime. >> what's the challenge for the new leaders? identify, if you would, one thing for me that you feel has to change about the way in which the community is represented politically. >> people want to label carpet baggers and i think that's bad. stop labeling people and hol them accountable for results. what is elected official supposed to do at the local, state or federal levels, bring resources or change conditions in community in which you live. that's what you measure them by, not by the gender or the sexual orientation or external factors that we try to derail people. the second piece i would say, we need to know the history, but we must not be trapped by it.
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bostonians have a tendency to know the history and as painful as it may be. but they are trapped by it and moving forward. >> speaking of moving forward. hillary clinton has got a huge lead for the democratic nomination and her campaign poses itself as the choice of the black community. is that true? >> well, i think that there is appeal to hillary because she is probably from some proponents would say, she has been a first lady, she has been senator. no candidate has that experience and the clintons have a finnity with the black people but that's not a lock. bernie sanders brings a lot to the table in terms of people appealing to his message but at the end of the day people will base it on who do i feel comfortable with, who knows my issues and my community. and it is not a lock but i track record in the black community.
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there in the mix, right? >> donald trump has, he has a limited appeal to the black folks and i think most of that is through the apprenticeship. >> good to see you. thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having me. darnel williams of the urban league of massachusetts. that's it for us and now to my colleagues for more wbz news. pamela bringing us a pretty decent day. >> plenty of sunshine and another dry day for you. plus the wind won't be quite as strong, thank goodness. we are done with the wind. on the capin islands and you do have gusty winds but i will get to those in a second. we have our blue first square of month for november. we added it yesterday in fact with below average temperature for the first time in the entire start to the month and
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running 7-point 7% degrees around average, average high being 52 and starting off cooler. 40 degrees in boston but rebounding nicely but real temperature 34 with the light breeze from the west at 9 miles per hour. wind gusts are strong as you get to the south shore and the cape islands between 20 and 30 miles per hour from the west and for the rest of us this sustained light breeze between five and ten miles an hour. current temperatures. 30s and 40s all across the board here. chatam 43 and wooster 46 and providence reporting 39. running cooler in all of the spots compared to this time, 4 degrees colder in boston and now that the sun is up, rebounding to 52 degrees. by 1:00, partly sunny skies and thin clouds passing by through three and 5:00 and we are in the low 50s for the high temperatures. lawrence 53 degrees and pedford 53 and fitchburg 53 and wooster
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close to 50s. just a tup -- touch below and the capin islands, a beautiful day and lows tonight, 40s and 30s. in some spots, areas of patchy frost as you head out for your monday morning commute. and here is the deal. the weather pattern switching a little bit. not anticipating the warmth like we were a couple of days ago. hour by hour, 4:00 p.m. i want to start you off here, a few clouds, high pressure to the southwest and that will dig and create a big ridge in the midwest producing mile temperatures and at one point we thought they would make their ways to new england and not looking like the case as the back door moves in late monday and tuesday and high pressure system starts to strengthen in canada and air flow for monday, tuesday and wednesday and even though cooler than what we first thought we will be a touch below average. 40s is not too bad on tuesday and wednesday. here is the seven-day forecast
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53 today and less winds and 54 monday and 48 on tuesday and still in the 40s wednesday. back up to near 60s on thursday. a chance for rain late in the day with more showers coming in for friday. carrie. >> all right, pamela. there will be extra security in place at the patriots game today. what police are doing to keep fans and players safe at met life stadium. and is it your birthday today? let's see who you share it with on november 15th. the birthday of singer songwriter pa to youla clark. 83 years young and roberta angelo 64 and john miller that plays sherlock holmes is 43 and
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happy birthday to joanne as
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be back. >> new york one of the many cities under boston under heightened security. an intelligence source tells is increased chatter encouraging an attack on the united states but so far no evidence of a credible threat. that also means football fans will see extra police at
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where the patriots will take on the giants. the pats were on the practice field making their final preparations for the match-up. preparations they need as new england is 0-3 against new york including two superbowl losses. and remember, sunday is football day here on wbz. we get you started with patriots game day at 11:30 and kickoff at 4: 25. a good time for a day. and catch the 5th quarter post- game show on my tv 38. the 1:00 game. i don't love those as much. pamela has a look at the forecast. >> a chilly start but nice and clear and less of a wind and on our way to average high temperatures. 53 degrees. more sunshine on the way but
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seven-day forecast next. welcome back. we want to take a moment to congratulate the met challenge raising 45 million-dollars for cancer research. p nc founder billy star presented a check to the dana farber cancer institute yesterday. that brings the total amount raised to a half a billion dollars. isn't that amazing. wbz proud to be a sponsor of this. great work. half a billion dollars. incredible. pam is here with a final summary of the day. beautiful weather today. better than yesterday. less of a wind unless you are on the capein islands. gusty and temperatures right around normal. 52 is the high and we will be 53 degrees.
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plenty of sunshine and a few passing clouds and monday more sunshine, 54. tuesday and wednesday down to the upper 40s for both of the days. still good and thursday, 58 degrees with a chance for rain. late in the day friday, a rainy forecast for us and a chance for cooler temperatures. saturday 48 with a dry start to the weekend. there it is. not too bad for november. >> lots of sunshine. as long as you have the sunshine it helps. thank you, pamela. have a wonderful day and thanks for waking up with us and we will see you again next week end.
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