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good morning. 6:00 on this saturday morning. you made it to the weekend. us today. morning. no complaints. we are very lucky. >> we can't complain. we cannot. this weekend very mild once that sun is high in the ski. down into the 50s this afternoon. for some. close to it. mild air out there in burn at least. we are setting up for a beautiful sunrise as we take a live look over the city. sunrise at 6:58 a.m. 57 minutes away. so it's coming. it's coming at you. current temperatures are sitting
depending where you live. bun 40 degrees. plymouth 33. 33 in worcester. 26 in fitchburg. some areas dealing with thick frost on the cars and those wind chills as you head out the door. and make sure you bundle up. have that extra layer if you are heading out early today. full sunshine, full clear skies on the satellite and radar picture. few high thin passing clouds. you know, all in all, a mostly sunny day. 48 degrees by 3 p.m. after we hit a high of 51 degrees. mixed beautiful, beautiful conditions to start off the weekend and the second half of the weekend looking even better. warmer temperatures on the way. who could see some 60s coming up, and tracking the ocean storm at some point next week i your seven day. >> thank you. now. california ups sorting facility
of the two san bernardino shooting suspects. the bomb squad determined the clothing. the ups facility is a few blocks away from the scene of shooting. frightening few hours. >> they want to make sure that it's not a bomb. first of all, they evacuated us and told us that we -- it could take between one and four hours before the bomb squad gets here. >> it's just eerie, you know. it just happened and, you know, it hit so close. it's just scary. >> the package was harmless. the chief says they were acting in an abundance of caution and reporting it. at the same time we are getting a look at the woman who killed 14 people with her husband. but even though they know her face, investigators say there are few details about tashfeen malik and the life she led.
investigating the shooting as an act of terrorism. malik and her husband syed farook killed 14 people at a holiday party before police gunned them down in a shoot- out. tashfeen malik had pledged her allegiance to isis. also an inside look at the killers' home where that he lived with their baby and stored an arsenal of weapons. the pipe bombs found in the apartment are nearly identical to the ones the tsarnev brothers had in boston. jim armstrong. >> reporter: early friday the anticipated. the san bernardino mass shooting that killed 14 and injured 21 first ladily called terrorism. linked to isis. wednesday morning just as the attack was underway tashfeen malik, the wife of gunman syed
pledging her allegiance to isis leader abu bakr al budaddy. hours lately the couple shot dead. in their suv more weapons and ammunition. according to police, farook bought these handguns. the semi-automatic rifles were purchased by someone else. >> there is a person we know of their location who purchased those weapons. the person is not under arrest at this point. >> reporter: the reporters later allowed in the couple's apartment after investigators had removed evidence, including computers, thumb drives and other electronic media. two cell phones found in a garbage dumpsters. >> those cell phones were actually crushed. we have retained the cell phones and we continue to exploit the data from the cell phones. >> reporter: also inside the home more weapons. 12 pipe bombs and equipment to make still more. cbs news has learned the couple built their pipe bombs using
the arm, how to build a bomb in the kitchen of your mom, is the same one used by the tsarnev brothers to build their pipe bombs explaining why the devices looked nearly identical. this as lawyers for the couple's surviving family members say there is no proof they have extremist views. >> it's a facebook account under another person's name that supposedly just visited some site. that's hardly anything at all. >> reporter: lawyers for the family also say farook's mother lived with the couple, but she stayed upstairs. and that's why lawyers say she never noticed the bombs and ammunition the couple were stockpiling in that house. in the satellite center, jim armstrong, wbz this morning. the city of san bernardino is mourning the 14 people killed as more details about their lives are revealed. kate merrill has a closer look. >> reporter: at a growing memorial near the building where
residents of san bernardino have been leaving messages, flowers, candles and tears. >> we ask that you accept the souls of those who were lost. >> reporter: even as investigators find new clues to the motive for the shooting, rafael san dez is struggling with a question about the answer. >> how can somebody with a six-month-old child have so much hate. >> reporter: theshe leaves a husband and three children. her daughter is 15. another of the victims michael wetzel had six children. most were with him at church last sunday. >> this is our gingerbread carly. he is in the nutcracker this week. >> reporter: six children now without a father and a community
>> this is really about the community. how it's struck the community. >> it is. horrible. really, really bad. >> reporter: the messages left at the memorial are heartfelt, offering prayers and condolences. there is one note that says simply, this must end. among the 21 people wounded in the shootings was a new hampshire native, amanda gas barred. the 32-year-old was in charge of the party when the shooting started. we spoke with her pastor, who knows the family well. >> i guess that's my concern for amanda now, is the long-term ramifications. not just the physical injury but the emotional impact it will have on her moving forward. you hear of these events whether they are in connecticut or elsewhere in the country and all of a sudden it's one of ours that got hit. probably the first time at least
like this. >> announcer: amanda's sister says she is one of the strongest people i know and she has incredible faith in god. police officers who helped her and the victims. amanda's family is now by her side in california. the developments in what is a terror investigation are fast moving. we will have another update in the next half hour and stay with us on air and online through day. meanwhile, in the city of boston a scare downtown was heightened by the shootings in california. this is the video of a man arrested in a bomb hoax. police say he left a suitcase next to a homeland security vehicle. >> reporter: is there anything people of boston? he said nothing as officers led him away.
arrested him shortly after the surveillance picture was made public. >> five or ten minutes later we received a 911 call that someone had seen the subject in the area. >> reporter: the bomb squad and s.w.a.t team shut down the area. inside. some wires and a power source. they took a step back. we got our robot in there. >> reporter: investigators blew harmless. they still wanted to talk with the man seen on video about his intentions. officers responded to the 911. gunpoint. anything without a lawyer. >> reporter: they say he is homeless and has a prior criminal record but nothing reaching the level of today's scare. >> i was a little shocked that
that we have been dealing with lately, that someone would cause distress. >> reporter: police say he has had mental health issues. he is currently in the custody of boston police and charged with planting a hoax key vice. in boston, katie grey. christmas is coming early need. coming up the big push to make sure everyone who wants one can have a tree in their home. and in the next half hour david price? his explanation as to why he struggled in the post-season
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santas are all volunteers on a mission before christmas. >> we got the christmas trees. >> reporter: in fact, 300 trees from canada. the christmas tree santas are unloading the wonderfully aromatic cargo. >> we try to spread hope and joy during the holidays by giving away free christmas trees to neighborhooddy family. >> reporter: alex freshman lin started the project. >> i was able to help a mother out and her gratitude and joy in receiving this gift was so inspiring that i decided that we could help other families. >> reporter: that has spread to six states. >> means a lot to a struggling family. it is just a tree, but in many ways it represents hope. >> reporter: sometimes the santas make a special delivery,
>> if it wasn't for alex, we wouldn't have a tree because i couldn't afford one. >> reporter: cocaine is son by herself. he has special needs. >> he doesn't care about the presents. he doesn't care about anything else. he cares about the christmas tree. the santa shows last year's pickup day. the group works with social service agencies to identify people who could use a little help during the holidays. and this weekend hundreds of families will start the season with smiles on their faces. >> it just brings a lot of happiness. we are creating great memories for the families and these kids. >> the christmas tree santas give people lights and ornaments if they need them. they can always use helper elves. you can go to cbsboston.com for more information. talk about the joy of giving during this holiday season. that is a great story. so nice.
>> a little bit of frost. mild conditions all afternoon today and warmer temperatures on the way for tomorrow. it's going to be such a nice weekend. i asked on twitter what are you going to do to enjoy it? skiing? holiday shopping? holiday football. other? >> holiday shopping? >> other was overwhelming. 55%. watching football 27%. holiday shopping 15%. skiing 3%. it's going to be a warm one to ski, actually. great conditions to the north. beautiful sunrise over boston right now and we have a clear sky expected all afternoon today allowing for those temperatures to increase pretty rapidly. night sights, now that the sun is coming up tough to see, but a glimpse of venus, mars, the moon and jupiter if you look in the southern sky. fantastic conditions overnight allowed for the clear sky and cool temperatures ideal
we will have the same thing tonight, too. boston 40 degrees. real feel temperature 34 degrees with winds at 10 miles per hour. feels colder than the actual temperature out there. heavy coat needed as you head out the door. lawrence waking up to 33. taughten down to 26. boston really the hotspot here with 40 degrees. hour-by-hour forecast temperatures stay in the 40s for the rest of this afternoon. 49 degrees by 3:00. but we will briefly touch 50 degrees for the high temperature. low 50s especially farther inland. upper 40s, low 50s on the cape and islands. lows tonight back in the lower 30s, upper 20s. 35 in boston thanks to the urban heat island affect, but then many locations outside the city definitely falling into the upper 20s. frost to start the day tomorrow. but those temperatures skyrocketed into the upper 50s, lower 60s.
southwest wind. boston. tomorrow awesome conditions. kickoff time 54 degrees and in the fourth quarter 44 degrees. cooling off a bit, but not as cold as the last game at home. hour-by-hour forecast. system. continues to dominate the next 24-48 hours and even beyond that. warm front well to the north of us. cold front extending from it. but that is back in the plains states. and this stays very, very far north of us here. all dry for sunday. high pressure still dominating pulling in a southwest wind though and giving us the warmer temperature. 58 degrees for sunday with hanukkah beginning. 54 for monday. tuesday 45. chance for a cape shower or two because of a coastal storm. looks like for now it's mainly
if that changes, we will keep you updated. wednesday 47. thursday and friday looking a chance for a few showers. >> all right. pamela, no complaints. 6:19 right now. a new pond for one of boston's biggest fish. we will tell you what is next for the man who couldn't quite bring the olympics to boston. today? good time to have a birthday. nick stall is 36. paula patton robin is 40. lisa sheridan is 41. goo dolls is 50. enjoy it every day, right?
welcome back. one of boston's most prominent role. construction, will become the chair ban of the board of the federal reserve bank of boston next year. he was the driving force behind boston's unsuccessful bid to host the 2024 olympic games. gary gotly will become the deputy chairman in boston. coming up next right here, to brighten the holidays for
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good morning everybody. thanks for going with us. i am kerry connolly with pamela gardner. it's the weekend. and the good news is it's looking pretty darn nice. >> beautiful temperatures on the way. warmer today than yesterday. yesterday we had high temperatures in the 40s. 48 in boston. today in the 50s. tomorrow some areas in the 60s. 60s in december. >> amazing. look at that pretty shot. >> live look downtown. the sunrise over the harbor. a clear view on the horizon there. gorgeous conditions. calmer conditions, too. that wind that we've had the last couple of days finally subsides and we will be, well, we will have a light breeze and mild this afternoon. temperatures in the 40s, 30s, or 20s. 40s in boston. p town 45 degrees. 27 pittsburgh. manchester 31. new bedford waking up to 30 degrees as well.
defroster kick in. heading out for a morning run, no rain on the way. no wintery mix. nothing falling from the sky. clear conditions. cloud cover
to the north and west of us. day planner you 51 degrees by this afternoon. full sunshine. 48 degrees by 3:00. temperatures on the way. we will go through the numbers. an ocean storm may affect some of us next week. the seven-day. >> thank you so much. right now a look the a some of our top stories. the fbi says they are involving investigating the shooting by a suspected husband and wife at a southern california office party as an act of terrorism. there is no indication they were a part of a larger plot or members of a terror cell. an isis group called the couple supporters of their cause. reporters were allowed inside the couple's apartment after
the evidence, including computers, thumb drives, and other electronic media. an isis group called the couple supporters of their cause. san bernardino is a city
on edge. the ups facility was evacuated last night after workers found a package addressed to the home of the suspected attackers. the bomb squad was called in and the package was deemed safe. a lawrence man, meanwhile, has been arrested accused in a bomb hoax in boston. police say james arab tegny left a suitcase near a car and ran away from the car. boston police shut down atlantic avenue for several hours to investigate. the bomb squad was called in to detonate the bag. an emotional vigil in lynn. friends and family gathered outside the home where four people died if a fire. this morning investigators are searching for clues into what caused it.
even greater if not for the daring rescue of the firefighters and the heroics of a young man who died trying to save others. in horror. people on the first floor thankful they lived to talk about it. fire, fire, then he was knocking on my door. we all got out. >> reporter: on the third floor another family barely escaped. >> we couldn't see anything. out. >> reporter: when firefighters arrived they pulled two more people to safety as flames shot from the house. >> i have been a firefighter 32 years. seen. >> reporter: then crews were forced to pull back and fight from afar. tonight we are learning more about the four people who didn't make it out alive. >> i just wish that this wouldn't happen to this family.
mother and her had teen daughter died along with another relative who was pregnant. >> she has been trying for so many years and she is gone. >> reporter: and we are also hearing about the heroics of a young man who rescued his grandmother. >> he went to go get in and save another person. that's when he slipped and fell. i could only imagine. >> reporter: carmen perez knows the feeling of immense grief. she lost four family members in a devastating 1999 fire, and tonight felt she needed to do something to pay her respects. memories hard for me. >> reporter: right now investigators simply do not know what caused this fire. they are asking anyone who shot cell phone video or took photos shortly after the fire started to come forward. this morning the "new york times" is taking a dramatic
in the aftermath of deadly mass shootings in colorado springs and san bernardino, california. the paper is using space on its front page for an editorial calling for greater gun regulation. it's the first time an editorial has appeared on page 1 since 1920. the publisher says the piece is meant to deliver a strong and visable statement about, got, the source of guns. the editorial board writes in part, it is a moral outrage and a national disgrace that civilians can legally purchase weapons designed specifically to kill people with brutal speed and efficiency. and then it goes on to say, the attention and anger of americans should also be directed at the elected leaders whose job is to keep us safe but who place a higher premium on the money and political power of an industry dedicated to profiting from the unfettered spread of even more powerful firearms.
voters to take a stand in the next election. meanwhile, republican presidential hopeful ted cruz says the best way to prevent mass shootings that have become civilians. he delivered that message from a gun shop in iowa yesterday. >> and so folks in the media think you should not be discussing second amendment rights in the wake of a terror attack. you don't stop bad guys by taking away our guns. you stop bad guys by using our guns. used in the san bernardino shootings legally. well, patrons attending a well known art exhibit in florida thought a stabbing was actually part of the show. last night at the art exhibit in miami beach a fight broke out another. some at first believed the attack was performance art with fake blood.
area off with tape. the victims have non life-threatening wounds. well, the patriots are comes to injuries. to the final seconds and ends in dramatic fashion. sports coming up next. pamela. a frosty start to the day for tomorrow. full sunshine is on the way and we have warmer temperatures in store for you. 60s for tomorrow. i will have the details coming up in the forecast. weather tribune time second question of the morning. the first saturday in december is celebrated as chester greenwood day in farmington, maine. he is known for inventing what in 1873? earmuffs, toboggan, hand warmers or snow tires?
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welcome back. well, to say the least a tough night for the bruins after taking a lead with a minute left, they lost in overtime to calgary. ouch. the flames stormed the night in the last minute and tied it at four with 1.2 seconds left in regulation. that sent the game into overtime where two players with boston connections, by the way, won it for the flames. former bruins defenseman to tuukka rask. budrow who played at boston college gets the his third of the night. the final calgary 5, bruins 4. now with the rest of the day's sports here is dan roche. >> good morning. coming into last season the question many red sox fans was, who was our number one pitcher? the answer was they didn't really have one. they do now. david price passed his physical yesterday and signed his
red sox and we spoke to him about the day's events. >> it's been a long day today. i am happy that everything went well with the physical and i am officially a red sox and this is a special franchise. this is a franchise that when you are growing up that you want to be a part of. the passion that the fans have. i have heard it many times. winning, obviously, is great. but winning in boston is just a little bit better. and that's something i look forward to doing. >> reporter: how much do you look forward to having david ortiz with you every day? >> i am. i see how he is off the field and in the dugout. everybody loves him. his teammates vouch for him. my teammates would say the same thing about me. so i know that we're going to get along just fine. it's going to be a lot of fun. >> you could tell how well liked price is. people gravitate towards him. one of the game's good guys. so is his manager john fish. back at fenway and looking like a million bucks after all he has
i asked him how he is feeling. >> i feel great. a lot of frequent contact with my doctors. everything has been a clean bill of health and really excited about the up coming season. >> hair? >> it's coming back. i am here to show that it is. >> gentlemen, he found his friend -- yes, he found his friend. a laundry list of players on the patriots list. here is what we know. edel monday and gronk are out for the game against the eagles. good news. amendola, one of seven listed as questionable. here is another one. jamie collins hasn't played in a game in over a month due to an indisclosed illness. he has practiced all week long and could play sunday. the pats could use him as he is a force defensively. and with dante hightower listed as questionable, the linebacking crew is thin. tomorrow morning patriots game
after the game tune to my tv 38 for the postgame show. should be great weather for the pats game as well. i am dan roche wbz sports. good morning. the weather is looking fantastic all weekend long. the patriots at gillette tomorrow. but the field is going to be taken over by high school football players. the super bowl is going on this saturday. super bowl saturday at the stadium where several games will occur today. the weather will cooperate. you see that clear sky there in that picture? yep. it's going to stay clear all day long. 9 a.m. 38 degrees. 11:00 a.m. 45 degrees. by this afternoon very comfortable for those games at 1:30 and 3:30. temperatures in the lower 50s and clearing skies, cooler temperatures today. man, it could be worse this time of the year. that's for sure. no snow. nothing falling from the sky. a hand warmer or two needed if you are out and watching the
boston right now 40 degrees. light breeze makes it feel slightly cooler and wind chills a factor later today. but the wind not going to be as strong compared to the last couple of days this afternoon and that's great news for us. once we get that sun high in the sky temperatures will easily climb into the lower 50s. for now starting with 26 degrees in nassau. heavy coat necessary as you head out the door. hour-by-hour forecast for boston will be in the 40s for the rest of today. 49 degrees by 3 p.m. average high should be 45 degrees this time of the year. we briefly touch 50 degrees for that high temperature. that's really going to be brief though. most of the day in the upper 40s. lower 50s here from bedford to norwood to lawrence and taunton 52 degrees. lows tonight in the 30s, upper 20s. area of frost likely as you head out the door sunday morning to church service or heading out for a morning run.
temperatures upper 50s and lower 60s. 57 in boston. 60 taunton. southcoast cape islands we have a southwest wind coming at you. that is going to help to keep inland. if you are heading to the north warm one. maybe t-shirts and shorts with the ski equipment for you because with that heavy coat it's going to get toasty. 48 degrees for today. sunday 54 degrees the high temperature. very little wind. very mild. lots of sun. sunglasses and the goggles there. hour-by-hour forecast high pressure dominating for the next 24-48 hours. warm front way to the north of us. cold front extended from it. notice we stay very far away from that system to the north and west. mild temperatures pulled in here since that warm front is well to the north and that high pressure system changing our wind direction tomorrow giving us a southwesterly flow.
60 degrees on the first day of hanukkah. monday 54. 45 tuesday. ocean storm potentially tuesday into wednesday. this one looks to go out to sea, but a few showers could skirt the cape and islands. well keep you updated on the track of that system. weather trivia. this is from david milford again. does dave ever sleep? >> yes. >> a lot of good questions. >> yes. the first saturday in december is celebrated as chester greenwood day in farmington, maine. what did he invent in 1873? it's a tuffy. a couple folks on the crew saying hand warmers. what do you think? >> i think i could tell it's not. >> oh, actually. >> a toboggan. is that right? >> dave sent me, a, earmuffs. >> he did? okay. >> what did you say? >> so it's -- oh , it is earmuffs. and chester was 15 years old when he invented earmuffs.
nothing better than earmuffs. >> no, there isn't. you will see mine during the live shots in the snow if we ever get it later in the area. >> we will. we will. you can break out the earmuffs. thanks, pamela. it will be an old-fashioned barn raising in conquered. at least 100 volunteers putting the final touches on a project that has been a year in the making. gaining ground is a non-profit organic farm that donates all of its produce to area food pantries. how great is that? they have been operating more than 20 years without a barn. today's barn raising on virginia road in concord begins at 7:30 and is expected to take to 5 p.m. go get em, guys. the largest art heist in history. the theft of several priceless works from boston's isabella
welcome back. it remains boston's greatest who done it. the gardner museum heist. despite being the largest art theft in mystery, it was pulled off by burglers. >> they didn't know what they were doing. these were not sophisticated art thieves. they woke up the next morning after the gardner heist, i believe, unwittingly realized they committed the heist of the century. >> hear what the fbi is saying about the robbery. ann hawley speaks out about the heist as she gets ready to leave her post. that's tomorrow on cbs sunday morning right here on wbz at 9 a.m. we'll be right back. stay with us.
three weeks before christmas. st. nick decides to take a dip at an aquarium in new jersey with dozens of kids watching. he swarm with sharks, sea turtles and stingrays. a little risky before christmas, santa. he will be there till the end of the year, expect of course on christmas eve. at least he is getting in shape.
>> we can't see it. >> a lot of papers. >> a busy woman right here. >> there you go. >> what's going on? >> not a bad day. i was surprised at the frost on my windshield. i had to use a water bottle it to scrape it off. i didn't have my scraper. i wasn't paying attention yesterday. >> next several mornings will frosty. >> good to know. >> around the freezing mark. high pressure is in control. that will keep the skies clear allowing temperatures to fall overnight into the 30s and 20s. but my goodness, by this afternoon with the full sun reaching the lower 50s. 39 in boston now. 25 norwood. 27 in fitchburg. the warm spot with 44 degrees worst her. satellite and radar keeps us clear. a few clouds in northwestern parts of the viewing area. other than that, dry and clear for you all day long. fantastic saturday weather. 51 degrees by 1:00.
not quite as breezy as the last couple of days. temperatures then fall into the 40s for the rest of this evening and the dry stretch continues. warmer temperatures on the way for tomorrow. who could see some 60s coming up in that seven-day forecast. >> pamela, thank you. now to the developing story we have been reporting this investigators evacuate a california ups facility for several hours because of a package addressed to the home of suspects. the bomb squad has now determined the package was safe containing only clothing. the ups facility is just a few blocks away from the scene of wednesday's tragic mass shooting. for the first time now we are getting a look at the woman accused of killing 14 people with her husband. but even though they know her face, investigators say there are frustratingly few details about tashfeen malik and the life she led. the fbi has now declared it is investigating the shooting as an
police say malik and her husband syed farook killed 14 people at a holiday party before police gunned them down. investigators say tashfeen malik pledged her allegiance to isis. we are also getting an inside look at the killers' home where they lived with their baby and stored an arsenal of weapons. the pipe bombs found in the apartment are nearly identical it the ones the tsarnev brothers had in boston. jim armstrong has the latest on the investigation. >> we are now investigating this as an act of terrorism. >> reporter: early friday the announcement many had anticipated. the san bernardino mass shooting that killed 14 and injured 21 officially called terrorism. the husband and wife responsible linked to isis. wednesday morning just as the attack was underway, tashfeen malik, the wife of gunman syed farook. wrote a post on facebook
leader ab due backer al-baghdadi. hours later the couple shot dead in a firefight with police. investigators found more weapons and ammunition in their suv. according to police farook brought she is handguns. the semi-automatic rifles were purchased by someone else. >> there is a person we know of their location who purchased those weapons. the person is not under arrest. >> reporter: reporters allowed in the couple's apartment after investigators removed a lot of evidence, including computers, electronic media. most important two cell phones found in a garbage dumpster. >> those cell phones were actually crushed. we have retained those cell phones and we do continue to exploit the data from those cell phones. >> reporter: also inside the home more weapons. 12 pipe bombs and equipment to make more. the couple built their pipe bombs using this al-qaeda magazine as a guide. bomb
the same one used by the tsarnev brothers to build their pipe bombs, explaining why the devices looked nearly identical. this as lawyers for the couple's surviving family members say there is into proof that the duo had extremist views. >> if the most evidence there is to any affiliation is a facebook account under another person's name that supposedly just visited some site, then that's hardly anything at all. >> reporter: lawyers for the family also say farook's mother lived with the couple, but she stayed upstairs and that's why lawyers say she never noticed the bombs and ammunition the house. in the satellite center, jim armstrong, wbz this morning. the developments in what is now a terror investigation are we will have another update in the next half hour. you can also stay with cbs news and wbz both on air and online through the day. meanwhile, a scare in downtown the boston was only
man arrested in a bomb hoax. police say he left a suitcase vehicle. story. >> reporter: is there anything you would like to say? him away. a lawrence police officer arrested him shortly after the surveillance picture was made public. >> five or ten minutes later we received a 911 call that someone had seen the subject in the area. >> reporter: in the morning the bomb squad shut down boston's financial district caused by a scare by this suitcase. >> they x-rayed it. they seen some wires and a power source. at that time they took a step back. we got our robot in there. >> reporter: investigators blew was harmless. they still wanted to talk with intensions. call.
lawrence street. gunpoint. he said i am not going to say anything without a lawyer, i didn't. he was talking about the weather. >> reporter: police say the man is homeless and has a prior criminal record, but nothing reaching the level of today's scare. >> i was a little shocked that someone would do something, especially in the environment that we have been dealing with lately, that someone would cause this kind of anxiety and distress. >> reporter: police say he has had mental health issues. he is currently in the custody of boston police and charged with planting a hoax device. morning. convicted killer aaron hernandez trouble. hernandez has been moved to a in shirley after sources tell wbz the prison officials found a homemade knife in his jail cell. the former new england patriot is serving a life sentence for
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welcome back. cancer is so widespread that virtually everyone has been touched by the disease in one way or another, and the goal of the resolution is to raise money for a cure and life-saving cancer care. the pan-mass challenge is the resolution. since the winter is not the west time to bicycle across the state, the resolution kicks off the new year with an indoor bike spin event. joining me is billy star, founder and executive director of the pan-mass challenge. >> thank you. >> this is the first one. so how did this come about?
>> well, we figured the pmc is reaching capacity. we knew the popularity of indoor cycling and spinning. we know there are a lot of people who will get on a bike who may never get on a road who would like to raise money for dana farber and be a part of the pmc brand. we came up with the resolution, which we are going to do on new year's weekend, january 2 and 3. and hopefully put 1,500 people on the bike to kick off this year's campaign, which will hopefully raise $46 million. >> which is amazing. tell us about the name the resolution. how did that come about? >> do something good with the new year's weekend. i think that was part of it. there is always the sort of the dialogue around new year's is always about a resolution, whatever it is to improve something in your life. and we said, you know, why not do something healthy and raise money for a very important cause. >> i think it's important to
people that might be intimidated by getting on a spin bike. but it's. anybody can do this, right? >> anybody can join the whole sweat equity business and raise money. yeah. i mean, you know, you go nowhere, but you can accomplish a lot. >> but you really go so far for others, which is the whole point for it. how do we get involved if we are interested? we want to get people on the bikes to raise money. >> they go to the pmc website. pm c.org. click on the resolution and register. >> are there other ways, billy, that people can help out if they don't ride or feel nervous about riding? >> they can obviously back a rider. they can go to the pmc website and make a general donation. and all of this will, you know, at the end of the year we clean up the coffer and start at zero and hopefully build up to $46 million. so every contribution is appreciated. >> where is the event also and
>> january 2nd and 3rd at the club in seaport area. and it's a 24-hour event with different spin instructors. you can sign up with your favorite instructors. i am hosting a class. >> you are? i hope you have a good playlist. >> i have my favorite playlist. >> all right. good deal. this sounds like a lot of fun. we want to get people out there. even though it's the second and third of january, it couldn't be a better weekend to get started, too. >> get yourself out there and in there. >> exactly. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> best of luck to you.
gear failed to open yesterday. after burning off as much fuel as possible, the pilot laid the plane down on the runway. both people on board were uninjured. >> whoa. >> okay. that's scary. yikes. >> that's some skill. >> yeah. you're not kidding. all right. so give us the dirt. what's going on? >> oh, the nitty-gritty here. >> it's not bad though? >> beautiful temperatures today, in the 50s and tomorrow near 60 degrees. >> that's amazing, i love it. >> love it. for december it's amazing for any outdoor plans you might have, holiday festivities going on. have you been to this? santa claus is coming today, actually, kicking things off for the weekend christmas stroll here. sunny, seasonal, great weather for it. a light breeze from the southeast mixed in today. south-southwest.
tomorrow the warmer of the two days. but great conditions out there. temperatures in the 20s and 30s. 39 boston. 25 taunton. you will want that extra layer as you head out the door. chilly for the next hour or so until that sun is higher in the sky. then we warm up very quickly, actually, considering where temperatures start off. we will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s. hour by hour 49 degrees in boston by 7:00 p.m. but briefly reaching 50 degrees today. lower 50s from lawrence to bedford to norwood. low 50s, upper 40s on the cape and islands. the international space station if between 534 p.m. 5:37 p.m. you will get to capture that image. i do this whenever we have a space station fly by. it's interesting to see them pass through. lows in the 30s and 20s. the weather will cooperate this
also temperatures falling into the frosty zone here. frosty start to your day sunday, hit the upper 50s and lower 60s. 57 boston. 60 bedford. a little bit cooler farther to the south as we get a temperatures around 50. patriots game day forecast looking much warmer than the 54 kickoff time. 44 degrees by the end of the fourth quarter. high pressure the dominating force for the next 24 to 48 hours. we keep it dry for you in that seven-day forecast. hanukkah begins on sunday and that's going to be the warmest day. more sunshine monday, staying mild with 54. carrie. >> all right. pamela, thank you. low effort, high-impact way to help someone in need have a very merry christmas. bring a new unwrapped toy to tomorrow's game. there will be bins outside the entry gates to gel let and at the pro shop.
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welcome back. traditional beer bars are getting a major upgrade in terms of their food. dan andelman of the phantom gourmet gets a taste test of some gastropubs, as they're called. >> reporter: the washington square cavern in brookline was one of greater boston's original gastropubs serving refined food and a wide selection of craft beers. >> it's a very comfortable place to come. you feel at home. you want to sit here and have a couple drinks. you want a couple courses. have your friends meet you here. a great place to hang out. >> reporter: mccabe's on mass in cambridge offers 20 microbrews on tap and seasonally small plates and sandwiches. >> really well seasoned. well executed food. that's our goal. leave here happy. >> reporter: barrel house in downtown beverly is a trendy
in terms of the food and the brews. >> we want the beer geeks to have a place to come outside of the city, but we are also here for those people that have never experienced this. we will make sure that you have an experience that you want to come back to again and again. >> reporter: other notable gastropubs are hops and scotch, the gallows in the south end, and kirkland tap and trotter in somerville. watch the phantom gourmet saturday and sunday at ten and 11. there is much more to come in our next half hour. a local man puts his life on the line to save a loved one. that's not the only heroic story to come out of a tragic fire coming up. red 97! set! red 97! did you say 97? yes.
good morning everybody. 7:30 as you rise and shine with us here on 4. all right. time to get up and enjoy the day. i am kerry connolly along with pamela. we are told you have a picture of the skyline of boston. you said skyline chilly. it's amazing. it's sort of our lunchtime. everybody else is saying, ew, skyline chili at this hour. >> we were talking about the tartare. tuna tartare at a restaurant. >> right. breakfast lunchtime. >> all right. we have frost on the windshield. >> yes, he we did. a little bit of a seasonal start to the day with the cold temperatures. this afternoon, man, it's going to be fantastic. 50s for those highs and tomorrow even warmer with some areas getting into the lower 60s. but for now we have the frosty conditions out there. at least it's a clear sky. once that sun gets higher in the
39 degrees boston. 31 degrees preliminary utilities -- plymouth. 27 degrees there on the cape and islands. slightly milder with those temperatures. satellite and radar picture shows a clear sky over us and nothing heading our way. only a few clouds way up to the north and west. but we keep it clear for the rest of the afternoon forecast. hour by hour as we continue through this afternoon temperatures upper 40s or lower 50s briefly hitting 50 degrees in boston before we cool off into the 40s and 30s again for this afternoon and for this evening. evening plan, if you are heading out to dinner or anything like that, have the heavy coat. dry stretch continues and warmer temps on the way tomorrow. details in a bit. a look at some of our top stories. the fbi is investigating the shooting by a suspected husband and wife at a southern california office party as an act of terrorism. director james comey says there is no indication they were part of a larger plot or members of
an isis group called the couple supporters of their cause. reporters were allowed inside the couple's apartment after investigators removed much of the evidence, including computers, thumb drives, and other electronic media. an isis group called the couple supporters of their cause. meanwhile, san bernardino remains a city on edge. the ups facility was evacuated last night after workers found a package addressed to the home of the suspected attackers. the bomb squad was called in and the package was deemed safe. police say the package was from a reputable vendor. and a lawrence man has been arrested accused in a bomb hoax in boston. police say james derpentny left the it next to a security car and ran away from the scene. boston police shut down atlantic avenue for several hours to investigate. the bomb squad was called in to detonate the bag. an emotional vigil in lynn. friends and family gathered late
where four people died in a fire. the tragedy would have been greater if not for the daring rescue of those firefighters and the heroics of a young man who died trying to save others. >> reporter: neighbors watched in horror as fire engulfed this crowded three family home. people on the first floor thankful they lived to talk about it. >> we all got out. >> reporter: on the third floor another family barely escaped. >> we couldn't see anything. i don't know how we just got out. >> reporter: and when firefighters arrived they pulled two more people to safety as flames shot from the house. >> i have been a firefighter in lynn for 32 years. it was one of the most spectacular rescues i have seen. >> reporter: crews were forced to pull back and fight from afar. tonight we are learning more about the four people who didn't
>> i just would wish that this wouldn't happen to this family. >> reporter: a friend told us a mother and her teen daughter tied along with another relative who was pregnant. >> she had been trying for so many years and she's gone. >> reporter: and we're also hearing about the heroics of a young man who rescued his grandmother. >> he went to go get in, save another person, and he slipped and fell. i could only imagine what happened. >> reporter: carmen perez knows the feeling of immense grief. she lost four family members in a devastating 1999 fire and tonight felt she needed to do to pay her r. memories hard for me. >> reporter: right now investigators simply do not know what caused this fire. they are asking anyone who shot cell phone video or took photos shortly after the fire started to come forward.
meanwhile, a dramatic rescue at sea yesterday. three fishermen were stranded off the coast in a boat taking on water. that boat with his own, but huge waves began pummeling then. as the coast guard rushed in to the came up. boat and then went through -- went past me and then went over the top of his, the roof of his boat, damaging his rooftop. i feel bad for his wife and children. my condolences to them. >> the coast guard says rough seas made this an even more difficult rescue. and another setback to the parishoners holding vigil inside a church. the archdiocese ordered st. francis cabrinni closed 11 years ago. well, ever since the faithful have maintained a constant presence inside. late yesterday the supreme
not review an appeals court ruling that said the archdiocese can force the parishoners to go. found. a rare map stolen from boston public library ten years ago is new york city. the map dates back to the famous french explorer describing new england's coast. one of the library's curators noticed it in an ad for $285,000. wow. 7:36. they may be the most famous drums in music history. coming up the drum kit of ringo starr goes on auction. coming up, we will tell you who paid millions for it. after 12:00 p.m., enjoy any medium latte or macchiato for $1.99.
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just over a minute left. they lost. oh, in overtime to calgary. the flames stormed the night in the last minute and tied the game at four with only 1.2 seconds left in regulation. well, that sent the game into ot. two players with boston connections won it for the flames. former bruins defenseman dougie hamilton centers it to johnny gaudreau who beats tuukka rask. he gets his third of the night. the final in ot calgary 5, bruins 4. david price baseball's highest paid player officially joined the red sox yesterday tom henry. david price took his place at the podium to "meet the press." he signed for $217 million. when asked why he struggled in the playoffs, price said he was
post-season games in boston. good answer, huh? the drums used by ringo starr to record some of the beatles' early hits has been auctioned off. the three-piece kit sold for $2.2 million. jimmer say, the owner of the indianapolis colts, had the winning bid. a whale in trouble. coming up, why it was all hands
the whale swam off into the open waters. so a happy ending there. i love that. >> good. all right. pamela, give us the scoop. what's going on? the temperatures, it's been really mild or it's going to be mild, which is so great. >> warmer these next two days. friday into today and tomorrow, perfect weather. >> great weekend. >> yes. we have got the rain out of here thursday and temperatures the last couple of days have been warmer than average. we are tracking the highs and lows each day rounding out the average number, and that's how we get these running totals of either below normal or above normal. yesterday we rounded out the day on average 4 degrees above average. so far running 4 degrees above normal for the first four days. we have a long ways to go. the month is very, very warm and we are going to stay warm today, tomorrow. high temperatures pushing 60 degrees for december. unbelievable. boston right now 39 degrees.
27 degrees sal muth. you want that heavy coat. you might not need that. maybe trade it in for a fall jacket this afternoon. temperatures will be comfortable. full sunshine in your hour-by-hour forecast allowing for us to warm up to 49 degrees by 2:00. and it won't be as windy as the last couple of days. highs today topping off in the low 50s, upper 40s for us here. 50 degrees in boston tonight dipping back into the 30s. urban heat island keeping us with 35 in boston, though most locations will be either at or below the freezing mark. frosty start to your sunday, but highs tomorrow in the upper 50s, lower 60s. amazing weather here and great weather to the north, too. if you are heading skiing to the north on the slopes, saturday, today 48 degrees, tons of sunshine, little wind. sunday 54 degrees. it's going to be very, very bright with that sun reflecting
and we did have some fresh snow in the especially higher elevations in northern parts of new england on thursday. here is the hour-by-hour forecast. high pressure in control the next 24-48 hours. warm front well to the north of us. cold front extended off to that and way to the west. because that front is positioned to the north of us, that high pressure system goes out to sea. we have a southwesterly airflow for sunday into monday, too, and that means great, great weather the next couple of days. today 51. sunday 58 degrees. first day of hanukkah. monday 54 and sunny. tuesday town to 45 degrees with a chance for a cape shower. although some of those showers, there is some uncertainty to it sea. wednesday 42. a little more active by the end of the week. >> pamela, thank you so much. it will be an old-fashioned barn raising today in concord. volunteers put the final touches on a project a year in the making.
organic farm that donates all of its proteus to area food pantries. they have been operating 20 years without a barn and today's barn raising on virginia road in concord is expected to last to 5 p.m. great idea. well, it's a story that seems like it was ripped from the pages of ripley's believe it or not. st. louis police arrested an unwelcome visitor at the budweiser brewery. 19-year-old bud weisser was arrested. he got into a fight with him after being told to leave. st. louis police felt when they said bud weisser they heard it all. he must have thought he was allowed to go in with that name. coming up, the pet parade. we have a tease ahead.
businesses are owned by dominicans and the community is very involved in the political homeland the dominican republic. that's why there is an important message to know about. dominicans have until tuesday, december 15th to renew their official identification card to they want to vote in their country's coming elections. to tell us more, spokesperson for the dominican central electoral board in boston. you go by popi. thank you so much for coming by. >> thank you for the invitation. >> this is a very, very important message for dominicans out there. i mean, they only have less than two weeks if they want to be able to vote. talk to us a little bit about that. >> well, it's coming to the end. it's been a long process.
have until the 15th to complete what we call [in spanish]. >> so this has been an ongoing process you guys trying to get people to get the new id. they will not be able to vote. good. process. dominicans here in the u.s. are able to vote back in their countries. explain that to us. >> well, dominicans carry the id wherever they go. they are always concerned about what is going on in the dominican republic. that's why we got the right to vote out of the united states. it used to be a big deal to see a big plane coming into the dominican republic. but now we can do it from here. we are the only country in the
the voters. and we don't only vote them here, but it's not like some other countries you can vote and you have to send the ballot. here. and then the results down in the dominican republic. >> okay. so they are watching us. even if they are not dominicans, if they know dominican friends they should be telling them to get going, right, if they want to be able to vote? >> yes. >> what is it that they need to do? >> they have to get the new identification card and register to vote. that's the whole process. that's got to be done before december 15th. >> so, basically, we see a phone number on the screen. that is the main number they need to call in order for them to get -- because you have offices, actually, in providence, in lawrence, in
they can go to, correct? >> the electoral board provides the certificates. american certificate. everything. >> all that? okay. >> and also we have offices, but now that we come into the end, we have a lot of emergency operations. >> the centers. that's really good. >> so we have things going on saturday and sunday from nine to two. and every day from nine to four. >> so today, saturday, tomorrow, sunday, they can call any time. they can call that number and find what's the center closest to them. >> or go straight -- >> about the process? >> yes. if they know the locations. >> also the dominican consulate is that somewhere they should be going as well?
consulate, that's two different things. >> it's two separate things? >> yeah. >> okay. okay. good. they need to -- >> now that we have the chance, the building has changed the procedures. people going -- dominicans going either the consulate or the junta, make appointments. >> they can't just do a walk- to the consulate. they need to call first? >> they have to make an appointment. >> thank you for sharing that with us. thank you so much. obviously, the dominican community, there are so many of us here and we need the new identification cards. it. >> thank you. >> for more information how to renew your identification card you can call 617423323. also visit us online at
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