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we're in thenists or 40s and if you're experiencing any fog, it's very issue very light and around the south coast area. the current temperature is 50 degrees in boston and 47, fitchburg; forrester, 49 degrees and 59 on the cape there. a couple of mid-50s from the vineyard to nantucket. and those are the high temperatures for the day and not warming up too much. all afternoon is going to being well like it's raining as well. the clouds are in place and becoming thick and some areas of drizzle popping up in worcester county and that will stick around throughout the day and not a complete wash outor anything like that but more of an annoyance or anything. not a lot of sunshine this afternoon either. fifty degrees, though, the good news, we'll be above the average high of 42 degrees and with the cooldown. yesterday, we had 61; today, temperatures in the mid-50s. warming up and we're around 60. when we'll see the warmth then, and some rain chances in the seven-day forecast.
and we do begin with a holiday tragedy in stoughton. the owner of a christmas tree stand killed while crossing the street next ho to his business. the driver accused in the crash is suspected of being high on drugs. >> that man was my life, you know, my husband is a gentle and kind man and he took him from me. i won't get him back. >> reporter: she sits in front of her christmas tree in disbelief, morning the loss of her beloved husband. joe brady was killed friday night, a husband and grandfather suddenly taken in a brutal way. he was hit by a car as he was crossing route 27 trying to get to the roadside christmas tree shop in stoughton. >> hit him and threw him in the air and that was it. >> plowed right into him? >> yes. and knocked the shoes off. he hit the windshield and he was a good 25, 30 feet down the road where they found him. >> reporter: the driver, 33- year-old michael burns of taunton, was arrested and charged with driving under the
>> i hope they throw the book at him and charge him with everything. and homicide, drugs, the whole 9 yards. i want him gone. >> reporter: joe brady's passion was auto racing. he had owned race cars for five decades, a member of the new england racing hall of fame. >> and she was a -- he was a legend. i say that because of the racing history. >> reporter: even those who worked with him over the years remember much more than that. they remember the man himself. >> he was one of my heros. he is one of my friends and he taught me a lot more about life than he did about racing. >> reporter: and on saturday night, that christmas tree shop across the way remained open for business. the staff thinking of joe brady each and every moment. as far as the defense goes, he's being held over the weekend on $30,000 bail and is due in court monday morning.
and a car fire slowed traffic down along route 93 earlier this morning and this is the scene in summerville. firefighters were called to the car. there was no word if anyone was injured or what caused the blaze. the navy's new health destroyer helped rescue a fisherman in distress. he was suffering from chest pains. the coast guard crew flew to the scene and was unable to bring him aboard. a small boat from the destroyer picked hip up and they hoisted him from there. now this morning, pope francis is coming to north america again and boston's o'malley will join the pope. he will make a six-day trip to mexico arriving on february 12th. the pope plans to make a statement about immigrant rights and stop along the mexican-u.s. border. the cardinal o'malley told the
the pope during the final day in mexico. former vice president al gore among those in the crowd in france applauding a worldwide agreement to fight climate change. the deal comes two weeks after the leaders of nearly 200 nations convened to cut greenhouse gases. the agreement will help save the planet, but critics said it doesn't go far enough. hundreds ali-- rallied in downtown austin calling for stricter rules. but negotiators in paris said it's a good start. >> and. >> reporter: after 10 days of talks, nearly 200 countries agree to find global warming. they pledge to switch from burning oil, coal, and gas to clean and renewable energy sources like solar power for decades to come. >> the agreement demonstrates solidarity and this ambitious
>> reporter: it calls for the global average temperature rise to be held to less than 2 degrees celsius, 2.6 degrees fahrenheit and lower if possible. $100billion will be given from rich countries to poor countries to help them move away from fossil fuels. >> we're going to have to begin to change the way we power our planet and things. >> reporter: protest popped up under the eiffel tower, arguing it doesn't go far enough. and others believe it will restrict the u.s. and other countries too much. and a handful of nations have not submitted emissions targets. >> we can't be complacent because of today's agreement. the problem is not solved because there is a court. >> reporter: the agreement sends a strong message to the global economy to move investments and technology toward clean energy. brian webb for cbs news, new york. >> after wing 10 straight, the
the patriots will be in houston trying to make up for the two- game losing strike. gronkowski and edelman participated in practice on friday. edelman won't play, but gronk made the trip to houston and was questionable. he was not giving hints if he would play before the team left foxboro. >> great to be back with my teammates and i am on the practice field and any other questions, you have to talk to the coach. >> and get ready for football today. here on wbz. and pats and texans play at 8:30 tonight and immediately following the game, it's the fifth quarter post game show on wbz and that is the only place to see belichick and to am brady's post game conferences. live. it's 6:07 and there is much more to come this morning. an arrest is made after a mosque is fire bombed in california. and the latest on the investigation in 2009
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'. . welcome back. we have cooler temperatures and some more clouds in the forecast for this sunday. already starting off with temps in the 40s or lower 50s and we're pretty much hitting the high temperatures for the day and tests will be -- temps will be around 51 degrees the rest of the afternoon and into the upper 40s and lowerrests for the rest of the evening and more clouds on the way and some drizzle. the rain ramps up by monday night and tuesday and there is
or two and the latest timing on that coming up in the full forecast. >> and thank you. police in california have arrested a person of interest in the fire bombing of a mosque. investigators are calling the blaze at the islamic center of palm springs an intentional act and police have not directly linked the vandalism to the terror attack in california, but it's being investigated as a hate crime. and katie brace reports that investigators continue to look for clues about the couple who carried out the attack in san bernardino as more victims were laid to rest. >> reporter: final goodbyes to some of the victims of the san bernadino shootings. in georgia, family members say that shannon johnson was killed that day using his body as a shield to protect a coworker. >> he's been my protector. >> he's fearless and been that way always. >> and a funeral for another in california: the president used the weekly radio address to
>> even as the community continues to grieve, people refuse to be ruled by fear. >> reporter: they spent the third day look if -- looking for clues in thisar take. and it's 10 minutes from where they opened fire. on friday afternoon, divers pulled several objects from the water, including what appeared to be a cd or dvd. they were looking for their missing computer hard drive. and investigators are theo -- theorizing that they may have had bigger know plas including setting up bigger bombs ahead of the shooting. >> and if we had a credible threat and that it was something we could mitigate from a law enforcement know. >> reporter: they're focusing on enrique vasquez. he's been talking with the fbi the last five days and confessed to planning an farouk. marquez has not been charged
cooperating but he could still face charges. and december usually is not the time for swimsuits in boston. coming up, how runners in speedos and santa hats took to the streets yesterday. >> and today's the 13th of december and is it your birthday? who you share it with. christopher plummer, catherine von trap and the sound of music is 86. singer morris day, and ricky fouler, 27 and ted nugent is trying to get over the cat stretch fever at the img of -- age of 57.
without the arctic air, it's quite a sight and done with runners and red swimsuits and santa hats and nothing else. that is all they can wear running through downtown boston. the run raises money for after school programs in the city. it's 61 officially in boston. so lucky wearing those. >> comfortable in the speedos. >> amazing. >> i know. >> and it always cracks me up. >> and i lover it. >> uh-huh. >> and they got lucky. >> oh, gosh. >> and we have more mild temperatures on the way even though today is schooler and -- cooler and cloudier and drizzly at times, too. and we want to say our weather watcher eric said it's the 300th birthday. >> happy birthday. >> and happy birthday to you. >> all right. >> and -- [ laughter ] >> white christmas and there is
i am dreaming of a white christmas. the probability in boston, historically speaking, 20 to 30% of the years we have a white christmas and not a huge percentage in metro west to get a 40% chance and this year, it's looking like less of a chance and if you missed that special last night, check out www.cbsboston.com. we have all of the winter weather preview discussion on there and some other stories about snowflakes and how to save money and how to train in the winter and that is some good enough is the -- stuff there. a light breeze from the north at 5 miles per hour and not feeling like wintertime. 47 in lawrence; 50, taunton; and we have a bit of a backdoor front moving in and that is moving backwards and that is moving from north to south and the temperatures cooler in terms of yesterday. we have the 60s and today, we have the 40s and 50s. bringing us the clouds and the drizzle and the average high
year is 42 degrees and we're above it the next several hours and the highs in the low 50s and upper 40s and above normal, that is some good news and the lows above the average temperature. 44 degrees in boston; 41, lawrence and where we get the cooler temperatures into the north and west there and satellite and radar picture gives us a cloudy condition and that is what we're experiencing. more in your hour-by-hour and as we continue through the afternoon. mostly cloudy, overcast through 6:00 p.m. and some drizzle, no not experiencing rainfall. and monday morning, that commute should be okay and isolated shower cam monday afternoon and that rain ramps up after 7:00 p.m. and that is as the warm front lifts to the northeast and this is bringing a chance of showers and heavy downpours and a chance of a thunderstorm or two. nothing severe expected but
morning and rainfall totals looking like anywhere from a quarter of an inch to a inch of rainfall and isolated spots. this is the seven-day. 51 today and cloudy, drizzily, same deal for monday. sixty degrees, the rain ramps up monday into tuesday and drying off, becoming windy tuesday afternoon and wednesday, down to 46. kerry? >> not bad. thank you. it's a trip to the north pole via boston. how the -- they're put smiles on the faces of children. >> and plus, a new poll on the republican presidential race. who is beating donald trump and the key -- in the key
. hundreds of kids took a fun ride to the north pole and they got off in hide park where the station was decorated for the season. wbz anchor david wade was among the guest and reading the polar express to the kids. and that is the one-time fans are asked to throw items on the ice. ahead, why teddy bears rain down during a hockey game in florida. pamela. >> and time to look at the weather watch reports. and some 40s and 50s out there. eric in hopkins, 48 degrees and denise in plymouth, 50; peter in randolph, 51; 42 according to the john in nashua and
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good morning, everybody. a little you2 action -- u2 action for you. on this sunday morning, december 13th. we are glad you're joining us. i'm kerry connolly with pamela gardner. it was mild again this morning. >> amazing. >> i was surprised. >> and it's nice out there. >> uh-huh. >> and yesterday, we had a high of 61 and plenty of sunshine.
sunshine and going to be few and far between here and the clouds ruled the forecast and areas of drizzle, too and there is some damp air. we don't have any heavy showers. mild, 50 degrees in boston; 51, plymouth and hyannis and from everyone in lawrence, manchester and in fitchburg. the satellite and radar picture will show us the clouds dominating the picture here and we can't have heavy showers or anything and there is nothing expected today. the drizzle, clouds and name story and temperatures and we'll run 5 to 15 degrees cooler compared to yesterday and through 5:00, they hang 40s. again to your monday, the changes will move in and we go back to near 60 degrees and we have a chance of widespread thunderstorm. i will explain coming up in the kerry.
and checking our top stories now, he's being remembered as a family man and a hard worker. 71-year-old joseph brady of stoughton was hit and killed friday night by a driver police say was high on drugs. he was trying to cross route 27 to reach the roadside stand where he was selling christmas trees when he was hit. the 33-year-old michael burns of taunton will be in court tomorrow. and boston's cardinal o'malley will join pope francis during the next visit to north america. the pope arrives on friday, february 12th, for a six-day visit to mexico, including a stop in ciudad, juarez. and that is one of the major points of entry into the united states. the pope is expected to make of immigrants. and helps rallied in downtown boston, calling for change. yesterday in paris, world leaders from 200 countries reached a global agreement on climate change designed to
greenhouse gases. environmentalists say it doesn't go far enough to move the world to clean energy and away from fossil fuel. it was a final goodbye. and it took more than 60 years. sergeant robert dayken was missing since going off to search in the korean war. the family and his hometown of waltham were finally able to give him a last salute. >> reporter: a homecoming more than six decades old. >> we gather to welcome home
army sergeant robert c. daykin who has been separated from his family, his friends, his hometown, has country for 65 years. >> reporter: sergeant robert daykin served in the korean war and in 1950, he went missing in action. the two-year-old never came only -- 22-year-old never came home. >> and declared killed in action on december 31st of 1953. >> reporter: for decades, the
his remains were identified later through dna. >> and his mother never gave up hope and that hope has been fulfilled today. >> amazing grace. >> reporter: during the ceremony, mourners prayed, silence. his longtime friend and high school teammate, 87-year-old warren macarthur, took time to reflect back. >> and what stands in my mind would want to see. closure to me. >> robert daykin
gave all he welcome home, bobby. >> i outside the church, waltham. they stood on buildings and held flags to pay the respects for a man who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> and -- the peace of having someone back but -- . >> to being free. >> reporter: paul burton, wbz news, waltham.
train took off without him will face a disciplineir's -- disciplinary hearing tomorrow. the operator david cause question violated multiple safety procedures. wbz learned a robert chord was wrapped around the throttle controls that circumvented the safety procedures that stopped the train if an operator was not on board and that trap rolled on for 9 minutes before stop. he got off of the train to deal with a signal problem and he could be fired. the flames gutted a cape cod home. firefighters worked to douse hotspots at this house yesterday and it's not clear how it started or if anyone was home at the time. crews, including chatham, brewster, and dennis, helped and new england -- throughout new england and the country, volunteers laid wreaths on the tombs of national cemetaries. the wreaths across america
700,000 wreaths at 1,000 locations, including bourne. this idea to honor veterans during the holidays began in 1992. and campaign 2016 now. there are new republican poll numbers out of iowa. the bloomberg -- senator ted cruz is on top, coming in with 31%. trump gets 21% followed by ben carson. and meanwhile, republican presidential candidate jeb bush is questioning the true motives behind donald trump's campaign. bush sat down with jon keller earlier this week and the former florida governor said that trump is disrupting the gop race with a goal of electing clinton. >> do you really believe he's out to help her? >> i don't know how else to describe it. he's motivated for some reason but he's not motivated to win the presidency. >> proponents of the theory note that trump used to be a democrat.
well -- donor as well. bill and hillary tainted trump's 2005 wedding and trump's daughter is good pals with chelsea clinton. you can see the entire interview with jeb bush and jon keller at 8:35 this morning. you can tune in for that. and it's emblematic of the best in college football. trophy. plus, a big division -- [ indiscernible ] and one bruin. the countdown. also, the golden state warriors season.
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this is the good news into yesterday's game. ahead of lawson seven games and the bs with seven games and left-hand tries. bruins taking on the panthers, the first period in florida and has trouble clearing the puck. and to the nest. brian turner takes it home. and -- [ indiscernible ] a closer look. and past the crossbar for the gold account and holler. up 1-0. and seconds here. the browns on the powerplay and this is just nice. five-0, got you. the second of the game, and up 2-0. the panthers in on the board. and riley smith with the slapshot and we have a one-goal game. the bruins close it out strong. and on to the break and adds the empty netter. the bruins with a win at the garden yesterday 3-1. >> and it was solid overall. i know the third period may not have been as good as the first two, but when a team is down
i thought we did a good job of keeping them on the outside even if they had a little bit more offenses on time than we would have liked. our guys handled it well. >> and some basketball. at the friday night over, double overtime loss to the night. to charlotte to take on the hornets and for both teams. the celts with the 14-2 run and knocking it down there and finished with 8 points and up by 12. fourth quarter, avery bradley and thomas up the floor and called the hustle and flow. and with the finish, isaiah had 21 points and 11 assists. he's up two. meanwhile, avery bradley, the game high, 23 and takes it to the rack to seal the deal. celtics win 98-93. and more basketball, softening up the golden state warriors on friday night and watching the bucks finish the deal. and watching the first team to -- milwaukee the first team to
the warriors look exhausted and they are now 24-1. to the patriots and this has been a busy week for the team. both gronkowski and edelman returned to practice. we have news that gronk made the trip to houston. whether or not he plays, the have him around. one guy who has had a solid season is jones. and stats on the year, even got an intersession and sat down with steve burton in a one-on- later on today. and he said that the pass up to tell you the best game tonight. >> this is a huge week for us. every week is a huge week. and this is a great team. they have a lot of great players and weapons on offense. and that wide receiver they had, he's phenomenal. i have been watching him and he reminds me -- [ indiscernible ] and making more one-handed making catches. hopefully, get off of the quarterback a bit. so many ex-patriots that are with houston, texans. how strange will it be to see
>> and we still talk on a day- to-day basis when i can. when i have an opportunity. when he has free time. i will talk to him or shot him a text or something and it's always catching up. how are things going with the family and the kids? i know his kids and wife. >> uh-huh. >> and it's great. it will be gun to go out there again. >> and folks works we have your football sunday -- folks, we have your football sunday covered. 11:30 on wbz. the pats and texans play at 8:30 tonight and immediately following the game, it's the fifth quarter post game show and that is here on wbz. remember, wbz is the only place to see bill belichick and tom brady's post game press conferences live. the big college football game of the day, and army and gavey -- navy, yesterday was no different. navy goes ahead. aryan to tillman and with that pile on strong. 21-17. and with the final play.
in the interception and with the grab there. a great game. navy beats army, 21-17. meanwhile, alabama running back derek henry won the 2015 heisman trophy. that means he was voted the number one college player in the country. henry is the first one to win 2009. and by the way, ingram was also a member of the crimson tide. congrats to henry. and this is your riddle. what needs an answer but never asks a question? what needs an answer but never asks a question? morning. i'm levan reid for wbz sports. little bit. we'll give you the answer shortly. and this has to be the cutest the florida everglades. they're a minor league hockey the annual teddy bear toss game. fans are asked to bring a stuffed animal to the game and toss it on the ice after the goal.
on to the ice. look at that. the soldout stadium only seats 6800. the bears will be distributed to a children's hospital beginning on monday. how great is that? such a clever idea. and it's 6:45. and it's time, the time of the year for the carolers. ahead this morning, how you can have your favorite holiday songs sung to you live on demand. pamela. >> and we still have warm temperatures around. even though we'll be cooler than yesterday's high of 61, we have 51 degrees and lots of clouds and a little bit of drizzle. the rain chance ramps up into monday. your hour-by-hour timing coming up in just a bit. and first, the weather trivia time. the second question of the morning, what is the 30-year average snowfall in boston in december? eight inches, 9 inches, 10
. have you thought about levan reid's riddle in it was what needs an answer but doesn't ask a question? what needs an answer but doesn't ask a question. did you get it? the answer is a doorbell and a telephone. they need an answer but you don't ask a question. >> there you go. >> is that a good one? >> a little. >> i never get them really. >> and i know. i think once. >> and i think so. >> and a long time ago. >> the last we're we have been together. >> i know. that is it. all right. what is going on? the mild temps continue. >> unbelievable here. >> great. >> and a great stretch of weather for the month of december and the great stretch will continue today and be slightly cooler than yesterday's high of 61 degrees
a meteor shower going on and that is tonight. the gemmy -- geminid meetior shower. that is what they call it, marvelous and he made this graphic for us and that is beautiful if we can see it. and they're going to dominate, the clouds in the forecast tonight. the best way to see it is pictures and friends. >> maybe if you're in the northern part of new england, there is some clear skies out there and hopefully some will have pictures and it's going to be a cloudy afternoon for us. the temperatures in the 50s, 40s, or 30s, depending on where you are. parker, 38 degrees. boston, 50; taunton the same and chatham, 51 and we'll go back to 40 degrees and we go up and down by a degree or two the rest of the day and holding with 50 degrees through eleven
and some drizzle and clouds to rule the forecast the second day of the weekend. the upper 40s and lower 50s and we see milder air and warmer -- warmer than the average high temperature and that and 42 degrees in boston and a low of 44. the clouds helping, too, to trap in the daytime heat and keeping us milder and this is the latest. and no heavy showers on the pictures here and we have the clouds to rule and areas of drizzle and noon going through the evening, 6:00 p.m. and still overcast for most and some breaks in the clouds. 6:00 a.m., looking like some and increases afternoon on monday and then it starts to ramp up for 7:00 p.m. as the warm front lifts to the northeast and the warm front is bringing not only warmer temperatures, but say around 60
that is feeling nice in between the rain, though and heavy showers at times and some brief chances of a thunderstorm or two 21:11 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. on tuesday and that rain amounting to some descent totals here and a quarter of an inch up to an inch in isolated spots, and depending on where the heavy storms set up. this is the 7-day, 51 today and drizzle and clouds monday, 60 degrees late in the evening and hitting that high temperature with some storm chances as well. tuesday, 57. breezy and back to reality wednesday. more seasonable, 46. >> and weather trivia time. the second question of the morning here: what is the 30- year average snowfall in boston for the month of december? what do you think? >> all of those questions this morning. let's go see. ten. >> don't tell me it's b. >> it's b. >> that is it. >> i need to go with me cut. >> they say to.
>> you were close. >> yeah. >> and -- this year? i know. sorry. and everyone seems to love christmas carols, right? the next few days, you can have a real person sing you a carol just by making a phone call. >> rudolph the red-nosed shiny nose like a lightbulb. dial a carol. students at the university of illinois host the service 24 hours a day. one week each december and everyone who calls in gets to request their favorite carol. and the students comply. within the first 49 hours, they took more than 1,000 calls and heard from all 50 states and that'll be singing until 11:59 on december -- he's getting into it. that is so cute. and i love. that. the most anticipateed movie
one of the biggest stars will be the sound track. cbs cameras were allowed into a scoring session for the movie led by ledge knowery compiece error mr. john williams. the work he did for the it. and -- made lifelong fans like guys like j.j. abrams who dredged the new sequel trilogy. >> and john wayne is conducts his star wars music. as i fan. >> and he knows better than to let any significant detail of interview. he gets into what it takes to like behind the scenes. wbz. morning. the top stories and updates on your mild and continuing forecast coming up. we'll be back in two. on the tip of your tongue
the mild weather continues. >> amazing and great. i could get used to this. >> i know, so can i. we're used to it. the problem. >> right. >> and today is cooler than yesterday's high of 61. >> yeah. >> and still way above normal. the average highs should be 42 degrees and we're in the 50s and 40s and we're going to stay there the rest of the afternoon. and thanks to the clouds and thanks to the backdoor cold front that moved in overnight. and we have some areas of drizzle out there as well. boston, 50 degrees; plymouth, 50; 49 degrees seatown; 48 degrees, lawrence. and you will need that fall jacket as you head out of the door. maybe the umbrella, too, because of a potential of drizzle in case. though, most of the day we will experience the clouds and on there. you don't see heavy showers, no showers in the forecast. the temperatures in the 50s and follow 48 degrees by 5:00 with more drizzle and more clouds overnight tonight and we warm up it remember as the warm front pushes our way and giving us a chance of heavy rain.
i will have that hour-by-hour timing in just a bit on your sunday. >> thank you. and weeks before christmas, a tragic turn of events for the family of a man who sold christmas trees. he was killed in front of his stoughton business while crossing the street. the 71-year-old joseph brady will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and grandfather. this morning, his family is asking police and prosecutors not to go easy on the man they believe caused his death as jim smith reports, that driver is suspected of being high on drugs. >> that man was my life, you know. my husband is a gentle and kind man. and hey took him from me. i won't get him back. >> i she sits in front of her christmas tree in disbelief. morning the loss of her beloved husband. joe brady was killed on friday night. a husband and grandfather, suddenly taken in a brutal way. he was hit by a car as he was crossing route 27 trying to get to the road side christmas tree
>> and hit him, threw him in the air and that was it. >> and plowed into him? >> plowed into him and knocked the shoes off. he hit the windshield and he was thrown a good 25, 30 feet down the road, where they found him. year-old michael burns of taunton, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of drugs. >> and i hope they throw the book at him and charge him with everything and homicide and drugs, the whole 9 yards. i want him gone. >> reporter: joe brady's passion was auto racing. he owned them for five decades, a member of the new england racing hall of fame. >> and he was a legend. i say that because of the racing history. >> even those who worked with him at countless racing venues over the years, remember much more than that. they remember the man himself. >> and he was one of my heros and he was one of my friends
about life than he did about racing. >> reporter: and on saturday night, that christmas tree shop across the way did main open for business and the staff thinking of joe brady each and every moment as far as the defendant goes. he's being held over the weekend on $30,000 bail and is due in court on monday morning. jim smith, wbz this morning. and meanwhile, a car fire slowed traffic down along route 93 this morning and this is the scene along the northbound side in summerville. the firefighters were called to the scene as flames engulfed the entire car. there was no word if anyone was injured or what caused blaze. and a rare moment in the spotlight for the navy's brand new stealth destroyer and helped rescue a fisherman in maine yesterday. he was suffering from chest pain -- chest pains 40-miles in portland and a small beat pear
up and the coast guard hoisted him aboard from there. and -- firefighters in harwich worked down hotspots yesterday and that is not clear how the fire started or if anyone was home at the time and crew -- courthouse, including chatham, brewster and dennis, helped knock down the flames. >> and worcester police made a arrest in the stabbing death of a woman earlier this month. luis melendez was tracked down for the murder of therese hill on the morning of november 2nd. she was stabbed more than a dozen times. she was walking away from a group of men when she was attacked. >> and this morning -- morning, new details of the pope's next visit to north america. we know that o'malley will join the pope. the vatican confirmed the pope will make a six-day trip to mexico, arriving on friday, february 12th.
immigrant rights at a stop along the u.s.-mexican border. they told the website he will join the pope during the final day in mexico. and after winning 10 straight tonight, the patriots will be in houston trying to break a two-game losing streak as the team prepped for the texans. they were happy to welcome back two of the injured while they both participated in practice on friday and edelman will not play tonight and gro in, k made a trip to houston and is listed as questionable and he was not getting hints on anything. >> and it's good to be back. my teammates and good to be back with us on the practice field and any other questions, you -- [ indiscernible ] >> and there we go. get ready for football today and at 11:30. and they play tonight at 8:30. and following the show here on
place to see the coach and qbs news conference live. if it works, a new deal could eliminate greeno house gases. what you need to know about the dreamt and why some say the goal is not enough. >> and a funeral service decades overdue. why the family had to wait this long for closure. >> and time to check out the mild temperatures everywhere. we're dry so far and there is a damp feel to the air. 44 degrees according to john in nashua and 48 degrees from joe in clinton. and it looks like we'll keep the clouds and some cooler temperatures, at least compared to the last few days and when we will see 60s again and some
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out tasty gifts with handwritten notes. upwards of 4,000 cupcake jars are expected to be shipped to american troops away from home for the holidays. wow, 4,000. >> and that is amazing. >> and those cupcakes are wicked good. >> they are. great idea. >> a special treat for them. >> great idea. we're liking the times again? >> uh-huh. >> -- the temps again, huh-uh. >> and a similar start today. >> okay. >> we're not going to warm up and that is why it's going to feel cooler for some reason, even though we're going to be above normal. this is the picture we have overcast conditions, a milky picture on the horizon. some areas of drizzle likely, the clouds stay in place and the good news, we stay above normal. the temperatures in the lower 50s opposed to the lower 60s like yesterday. we'll still be above the average high of 42 degrees this
december so far, up to the first 12 days, at least. and above average. yesterday, coming in 20 degrees up and normal. fantastic. boston, comfortable, 50 degrees and winds from the north at 6 miles per hour. helping to cool down some of the temperatures from nashua to lawrence and in the 40s. still, not too bad. and the clouds helping to track in the heat and keeping the mild temperatures around. falmouth to chatham, the hour- by-hour forecast, and you see not much of a change all afternoon with temperatures. we're around 50 degrees on the dot and the clouds rule maybe some drizzle here and there. highs today, pretty much experiencing the highs right now and into the 40s and above the average high for this time of the year with a low of 44 in boston; 42, plymouth.
help to track in the daytime heat and this is that satellite and itraar picture and we go into the afternoon. we might see breaks of sunshine if we're lucky. take a picture of the sign because it goes away into that later part of monday as well and starting off gloomy, areas of fog, drizzle and some sprinkles. monday afternoon, another overcast start to the afternoon here and we round out the day with more clouds and the potential of rain is after 7:00 p.m. and that is a warm spont lifting and especially the chance of a rumble of thunder. a couple of thundershowers, yes, for tuesday morning and rainfall totals from a quarter of an inch to three quarters and not bad.
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for his forever home
>> okay. >> i was telling them the older ones break my heart and he's been relaxed and to hang out with and -- >> yeah. >> and then this beauty. >> cape signs citizens right here. she has and akc canine is good citizens. >> and pretty girl? >> she's amazing. this dog has been through the ringer. she has been with us eight months and we pulled her out of a different shelter. we saw the potential on her and she knows all of the commands. she is the biggest love bug and it's a mystery to me why she is not home. please, i am pleading with the public. someone come and adopt the dog. you are all missing out as-of- is all i have to say. >> and my hands, my face, completely wet. she loves to give kisses.
>> and she would not be good with cats. >> uh-huh. >> she likes other dogs and she can associate with them but she doesn't want to live with another dog. so, she would be an only dog in the house but she's ready for -- waiting for her forever home. if you're thinking about it, call the blue dog shelter. bluedogshelter.com. her. >> she's ready. >> and we want to say, jenny, you're running into trouble. >> we have been successful this year in taking more dogs than ever in the history of blue dogs that we have run into some financial hard ship. it's s.o.s., save our shelter. we need monthly donors. >> uh-huh. >> and i am making a -- . >> she's saying please, save me. >> and we need monthly donors. and we also helped more dogs
because of that, we have gotten ourselves into financial hardships and send in on a regular visa. and -- . >> yeah. >> and we want to continue it. >> yeah. >> and let's do the quick homeward bound segment. we want to see cally and ted here and michael here as well. let's show how the first family came in they came in the same day and we're so thrilled that both of you -- and don't worry, we're going to get you home, too and thank you for coming in and sharing. >> thank you. >> and we'll be back.
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more seasonable temperatures on the way. and not for today and staying from 5 to 12 degrees above average and we're hitting the five temperatures in some locations here and some 40s. clouds in all locations from yesterday. the latest satellite and radar picture will show we don't have rain and that is feeling like rain and the rest of the day planner and into that 50 day mark and we warm up again to near 60 degrees for monday and we're tracking some rain.
he's being remembered as a family man. >> and joseph brady in stoughton was hit and killed by a driver police say was high on drugs. he was trying to cross route 27 to reach the roadside stand where he was selling christmas trees when he was hit. the thaty-year-old michael burns of taunton will be in court tomorrow. and bishop o'malley will join the pope when he visits north america. he will arrive on februaryth for a six-day stop in mexico the pope is expected to make a -- about the rights of immigrants. and hundreds rally in downtown boston. yesterday in paris, world leaders from 200 countries reached a global agreement on climate change designed to reduce and eventually eliminate greenhouse gases.
energy and away from fuels. and it was a final goodbye. he was missing since going off to serve. they were able to give him a last salute. >> reporter: it's a home coming more than six decades old. >> and we gather to welcome home robert c. daykin who has been separated from his family, friends, hometown and sun they -- country for 65 years. gift and he served in a korean war. in 1950, he went missing in action and the 22-year-old never came home. >> and he was declared killed in action on december 31st of 19pe part with a kidney -- 1953. >> for decades, the family prayed he would return. the remains were later identified through dna.
hope and that has been fulfilled today. >> reporter: during the sermon, mourners prayed, sang and held a moment of silence and -- >> stands in my mind, and this is the nice kid that you would want to see and -- . >> gave all he had for his welcome back home. >> and outside of the church, hundreds line the streets of waltham and stood on buildings, they held flags to pay the respects for a man who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> and the peace -- of having someone back that -- the wife for us. to be free. 65 years old. >> reporter: i'm paul burton, wbz news. >> and the redline operator who took off without him will face
and they violated multiple safety procedures. wbz has six -- and wrapped around the throttle controls. and could cost vasquez his job and rolled on for 9 minutes before power was cut and came to a stop. and they will try to make tomorrow as normal a school day as possible and that is -- on and 20 first graders and six educators were killed in 2012. and. uber is demanding and -- for participating against the company.
was issued two days after a judge expanded the class action suit and why the's a push to define drivers as employees. and doing so would make drivers uber. >> and throughout new england and around the country -- they laid wreaths on the tombs of thousands of soldiers at national cemetaries. and -- >> this bigan in 1992. 2016. and there are new republican poll numbers out of iowa and the bloomberg survey puts texas senator ted cruz on top now and he comes in with 31% and meanwhile, the republican
questioning the true motive behind donald trump's campaign and he said trump is disrupting the gop rice with the goal of electing clinton. >> and do you really believe he's out to help her? >> i don't know how else to describe it. he's motivated for some reason and not motivated to winning the presidency. >> and proponents not that trump used to be a democrat and has been a clinton donor. bill and hillary taped their 2005 wedding and trump's daughter iva in, ka, who is good pals with chelsea clinton. and jeb bush tells jon keller he would welcome the chance to debate donald trump one-on-one in our studios and you can see that in the next hour of w about, z this morning and stay tuned for that. the celtics entering the golden -- golden state warriors
the bruins on a power play. you. with the game, and up 2-0 and game. and the bruins close it out strong and on to the bridge. he adds an empty netter and with the win yesterday, 3-1. >> and it was solid overall. and when that team is down two goals, we're going to push hard and doing a great job keeping the money outside and have some more optime and our guys handled it well.
double overtime and starting it. and up by 12 and thomas, the finish and 21 points and 11 assists and two late. and the game high, 23 and to that rack and more basketball. and into there and finished the deal. they win for 95. and the warriors look exhausted all day long and they're now 24-1. >> they returned to practice and news that gronk made it to houston and and on the year,
sits down with our one-on-one judge -- and playing tonight. >> and this is a huge week for us and this is a great team with great players and he's phenomenal and -- . >> and he reminds me. the handy catches and so, we have -- and hopefully a bit. so many ex-patriots with the houston texans and -- . >> and with houston. >> and we still talk? >> and he said how's it -- and how's the kid and his wife?
>> and a couple of hours from now at 11:30 on wbz and immediately following the game, it's the fifth quarter post game show and that is here on wbz and -- and college football game and no different and goes ahead. awesome. and 21-17. with the final play and -- [ indiscernible ] up to the top and the interception. and with that grab there. and a great game, the navy -- over army, two know-17 and derek henry won a 2015 heisman trophy and that means he was voted the number one college player in the country. and henry wins it since 2009 and engram is a member of the crimson tide and remember, here
what needs an answer but never asks a question? what needs an answer but never asks a question? and that is sports this morning. i'm levan reid for wbz sports. >> and you want to know the answer now? >> okay. >> and we'll let you think about it. and people mean tuning in. >> okay okay. >> and you have to have time. >> yeah. >> and good one. >> you can give us the dirt on the -- . >> okay. >> the temps. >> yes, i can. >> fantastic. another mild start to the day and we'lling cool -- we'll be cooler than yesterday. they have their zoo lights going on. >> yeah. >> and into january 3rd. >> and i have to take the kitties there. that looks like so much fun. >> and that is so popular this year. >> yes. >> and one of our web guys here took his daughter the other
if you're heading there, get there early. partly cloudy and temperatures in the 40s, 30s, or 50s, and depending on where you are and with concord the cooler spot. falmouth, 50; chatham, 50 and we're above the average high of 42 degrees all afternoon and temperatures will not change too much throughout the day and by 2:00. a damp, raw feel to the day and especially compared to yesterday's high of 61 and 10 degrees cooler in boston. 53, plymouth; 52, taunton and norwood and hitting the high temperatures for the day at this time.
the clouds to trap in the temperatures milder and with some cloud cover and feels like it's about to rain at any point in time here and some sprinkles with the clouds in the afternoon. at 6:00 p.m., maybe breaks in the clouds and overnight tonight, overcast and monday afternoon and there is nots a lot of sunshine and some -- and into the northeast to new england and a rumble of thunder and thunderstorms in there and we can use the heavy downpours
monday night through tuesday morning, and that is a quarter monday, 60. and that temperature here in the evening. tuesday, 57 and wednesday, 46. carrie? >> thank you so much. and whether you follow hockey or not, you will want to see the highlights. coming up, the game that was stopped by thousands of flying
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here and we're hitting the high temperatures for the day. the temperatures will stay similar all this afternoon. right around 50 degrees. 51 in boston; 50 degrees plymouth; 49, p-town and fitchburg. a much, much milder start to the day compared to what you experienced yesterday in fitchburg where you had 30s. in the 40s there and it's mild because of the cloud cover. trapping in the daytime heat from yesterday and acting like a blanket to help keep the temperatures in the 50s and 40s after a high of 61 yesterday in boston. hour-by-hour forecast, notice the temperatures don't change too, too much. we're in the upper 40s and lower 50s. after the evening, the sun sets and temperatures into the mid- 40s for most. overcast skies all afternoon and evening, and we will have a potential of drizzle from time to time. and now, we have a chance for widespread rain. even a potential for a thunderstorm. i will have the hour-by-hour forecast when we can expect the showers coming up in just a bit.
and weeks before christmas, a tragic turn of events for the family of a man who sold christmas trees. he was killed crossing the street in front of his stoughton business. the 71-year-old joseph brady will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and grandfather and this morning, his family is asking police and prosecutors not to go easy on a man they believe caused his death. the driver is suspected of being high on drugs. >> that man was my life. my husband is a gentle and keep man and he took him from me. i won't get him back. >> reporter: linda brady sits in front of her christmas tree in disbelief, morning the loss of her husband. joe brady was killed friday night, a husband and grandfather suddenly taken in a brutal way. and he was hit by a car as he was crossing route 27 in stoughton. >> hitting, throw him in the
>> and plowed into him? >> plowed into him. >> 25 to 30 feet down the road. >> reporter: the driver, 33- year-old michael burns of taunton was arrested and charge said with driving under the influence of drugs. influence of drugs. >> i hope they charge him with everything. homicide, drugs, the whole 9 yards and i want him gone. >> reporter: joe brady's passion was auto racing. he owned race cars for five decades. a member of the thingland racing hall of fame. >> and he was a legend. racing history. >> reporter: even though working with him at countless racing venues remember more than that. they remember the man himself. >> and he's one of my heros, he is one of my friends and he taught me a lot more about life than you ever about did -- -- than anything else. >> reporter: on saturday night,
remained open for business. d staff thinking of him each and every moment. and he's being held on $30,000 bail and is due in court monday morning. a car fire slowed traffic down along route 93 early this morning and this is the scene along the northbound side in summerville. firefighters were called to the scene as flames engulfed the entire car and there was no word if anyone was injured or what caused the blaze. and a rare moment in the spotlight for the nave's brand new stealth destroyer. the ship helped rescue a fisherman in distress. he was suffering from chest pains 40 miles from portland. and a coast guard crew flew to the scene and was unable to fly there and. and new this morning, there are new details about the
we know -- that he will join the pope. they will make a six-day trip to mexico, arriving on friday, february 12th. the pope plans to make a statement about immigrant's rights along the mexican u.s. border. cardinal o'malleyel to the website that he will join the mexico. after winning 10 straight tonight, the pats will be in houston -- is any that were happy to welcome back two of the injured and both participating in practice on friday. edelman, though, will not play tonight, but gronk made the trip to houston and is listed as questionable and he was not giving hints, though, before he would play. >> and practice with my teammates. >> and get ready for football on wbz with patriots game day
and the texans play at 8:30 tonight and immediately following the game. the fifth quarter post game show on wbz and this is the only place to see bill belichick and tom brady's post game news conferences live. police are investigating a possible hate crime in california. it comes as muslims here in massachusetts take action to prove extremists and zell on islamic state. the polls. jeb bush is coming out swinging
. police in california arrested a person of interest in the fire bombing of a mosque. investigators are calling the blaze at the islamic center of palm springs an intensionalling act. one of a number of violent incidents across the country that is directed at muslim americans and the weeks that followed, the attacks in paris and shootings in san bernardino, california. and yesterday, members of the muslim community reached out to the community at an event at the public library explaining their faith as being corrupted by extremists and urged more understanding of the innocent
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also fear and apprehension of sharper anti- muslim backlash based on false impressions of islam. what do a battery, stapler and tennis ball have in common? they have been used by teenagers to hide drugs from the parents. warning signs and how parents can stop the abuse. >> and it's your birthday today on this december 13th. and sharing with us the birthday of christopher plummer, catherine von trap in the sound of music is 86. musician ted nugent, 67; golfer ricky fowler, 27 and if it's your birthday, happy birthday to the mother of our producer kelly, by the way. and laze davis is -- she's not telling us. good job, liz.
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. welcome back, everybody. it's 8:13 and we're glad you're joining us. pamela's here at bringing underneath -- us another descent day. >> and temperatures above normal and even though it's feeling cooler than yesterday. >> yeah. >> and we're tracking the rain totals back to january 1st and we're still running 10.6 inches of rain below average for boston and we have moderate drought to dry conditions and that is looking like all of the viewing area here and we will see measurable rainfall and beneficial rain definitely and some pockets of heavy showers monday night into tuesday and feels like it's going to rain at any moment and that is pretty good; how far, we'll keep drizzling sprinkles in the
temperatures in the 50s, and that is a bright spot. 51 in boston and 6 miles per hour. and temperatures should be it -- should be in the low 40s this time of the year and in taunton, 50 and chatham, 50. and these are the highest for the day. and you will notice, the pattern doesn't change much. we'll stay in the lower 50s the rest of the morning and into the afternoon and into the upper 40s and by a degree or two. 49 degrees, 2:00 to 32 and through 4:00 p.m., too and highs today, low to mid-50s, is any&upper 40s to the north and west and lows tonight in the 40s, because we have the clouds in place, we'll have more of the daytime heat and looking -- acting like a blanket and there is noy frosty spots or anything like that and 42 in boston and this is the latest, mostly
few breaks in the clouds around providence and into southeastern massachusetts. otherwise, the overcast skies will continue and later today, 6:00 p.m. and mostly cloudy, cloudying up again and into monday morning. the commute is dealing with drizzle and same areas of fog and more clouds ruling the forecast on monday evening and we ramp up the rain chance around 7:00 p.m. and from the southwest and northeast, bringing us a chance of widespread rain and a chance of a thunderstorm and very isolated in nature and not everyone will hear the thunder or a flash of lightning at best and some beneficial heavy rain and isolated spots depending on where the storms set up and 3:00 a.m., dealing with the showers although the last batch moves out by tuesday morning and rainfall totals from a quarter of an inch to 3 quarters of an inch widespread and the seven-day, monday, 60
we get the warm temperatures. tuesday, 57. and windy and 46 degrees by wednesday. >> all right, pamela. thank you. >> and hiding narcotics in plain sight, some kids go to great lengths to disguise their drug use and he's how one community is fighting back with eye-opening results. >> and this is a real highlighter and in the back of it, it opens up and there is a pipe to smoke marijuana. >> reporter: a joint hidden inside a stapler, precision drugs in a hollowed out battery and a tennis ball -- these are some of the hiding places that the winchester school resource officer wants parents to see. >> and risky behaviors. >> reporter: that is why the town set up the room in the up to hall this fall to teach parents what to look for. >> reporter: an experience that lori wished she had two years ago. >> i had a young athletic son him.
now, a heroin overdose in 2013 left him with severe brain injuries. the whole family speaks to high school students about the dangers of doing drugs. >> if i knew all that i know now, that would not have gone as far as i did. >> reporter: she said there were signs of drug use around the house she never picked up on, everyday items that turned out to be things he used to prepare heroin. >> and i would find q-tips in there and i was like he's keeping his ears clean. >> reporter: and a lot of empty water bottles can be a signal of trouble. >> and indicates a dry mouth from taking medication like rita lip and aderol. >> reporter: don't be afraid to so much the children's room and possible places to look. gummy bears could be soaked in alcohol and a computer mouse hiding a scale and the shavings might be marijuana. corey focuses on educating kids and lori considers herself
hopes their work will save other parents the horror of drug addiction. >> and standing there as a mom watching your child get the last rights is heartwrenching. >> reporter: the town plans another public display of the hidden in plain sight next year and other communities have similar programs to help educate parents. >> a funeral service six decades overdue. why the family of a local war hero had to wait this long for closure. >> and first, what we might
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better than to let stuff slip scenes. you can see that full segment at 7:00 on 60 minutes here on wbz. and ahead in our next half hour, a look at new poll numbers released in the race for the white house. is donald trump's poll campaign a plot by democrats? the republican party from the inside. well, the leading candidate may think so and it's not out of the realm of possible --
>> uh-huh. >> and mild temps continue. >> why not and -- . >> bring it on. >> and today, though, slightly cooler than yesterday's high. >> okay. >> of 61 in boston and 51 now and that is the high temperature for the day and temps hover around the 50 degrees mark in all locations the rest of the afternoon and that is thanks to the cloud cover and the cold front that helped to usher in these slightly cooler temperatures, even though we'll be above the average high of 42 today. satellite and radar pictures show overcast dies -- skies into much of the area and into southeastern massachusetts. the clouds filter back in throughout the course of the day and some breaks of sunshine here by 3:00 p.m. and that is going to be few and far between. and most of the days and overcast, temperatures fallling into the 40s and again into end m there is also a chance of some heavy rain and a potential for the thunderstorm or two. and i will have the latest
and checking out our top stories now, he's being remembered as a family man and hard worker. 71-year-old joseph brady of stoughton was hit and killed friday night by a driver police say was high on drugs. he was trying to cross route 27 to reach the roadside stand where he was selling christmas trees when he was hit. the 33-year-old michael burns of taunton will be in court it were. and boston cardinal o'malley will join the pope in mexico on february 12th including a stop in ciudad, juarez, one of the major points of entry into the united states and the pope is expected to make a statement about the rights of immigrants. >> and hundreds rallied in downtown boston this week and called for stricter rules and climate change. and woke leaders reached a globality agreement on climate change designed to reduce and
some say it doesn't go far enough to move the world away from clean energy and fossil fuel. >> and it was a final gone. sergeant daykin was missing since serving in the korean war and his family and hometown were able to give him one last salute. >> reporter: it's a homecoming more than sick decades old. >> and we gather to welcome home army sergeant robert c. daykin, who has been separated from his family and friends, his hometown and his country for 65 years. >> the waltham native sergeant daykip served in the korean war and in 1950, he went missing in action and never came home. >> reporter: for decades, the family prayed he would one day return.
>> and his mother never gave up hope and that hope has been if all filled today. >> amazing grace. >> reporter: during the ceremony, mourners prayed, sang, and held a moment of silence. bobby's longtime friend in high school, 87-year-old warren mcarthur, took time to reflect back. >> what stands in my mind about bobby daykip, a nice kid that you would want to see. it brings a great deal of closure to me. >> he gave all he had for his country. welcome home, bobby. >> reporter: outside of the church, hundreds line the streets of waltham and that i stood on would going -- buildings and held flags paying their respects for the man who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> and having someone back. who hits life on the line for
>> throughout new england and around the country yesterday, volunteers laid wreaths on the tombs of national soldiers. they placed more than 700,000 wreaths at 1,000 locations. this idea to honor veterans during the holidays began in 1992. and what's great idea. >> campaign 2016 now, there are new republican poll numbers out of iowa and the bloomberg survey puts texas senator ted cruz on top with 31% and trump, 21% and followed by ben carson. one presidential hopeful is questioning the real reason for donald trump's capped assess. jeb bush explains his reasoning to jon keller
in today's keller at large. good morning, we have with us republican presidential candidate and the former governor of florida, john ellis
>> good to be here. >> and good to have you here. when was the last time someone called you john? >> never. >> and you pressure jeb, i take it. >> absolutely. when i was born, my parents came up with this. i don't know why but i appreciate it's a lot. >> who are you to argue, right? exactly. >> and why every you were in the white house now, give me a couple of specific steps you and your administration would be taking to improve our ability which knees improvement, to identify and deal with potential home-grown terrorists. >> i think we need to get the fbi to open up and make sure they cooperate with local and state law enforcement. we have 700, 800,000 cops on the beat and the fbi need toss transform itself culturally to make
sure the eyes and ears of law enforcement, after being trained, can help us identify people. number one. number two, we need to improve the mededad program and put it into play.
tool to keep us safe. we just, as citizens, we need to be aware of these things as sure. >> let me follow up on that. that is a great point of the fbi. we know and found out after 9/11, we have the silos of law enforcement. >> yeah. >> where they didn't communicate and the boston marathon bombings, fbi cooperating with the local authorities is not how much it could have been. exactly how would president bush change that deeply entrenched long-standing culture? >> it's better than it was prior to 911. the president needs to bank heads, man. >> and you call people and read them the riot acts? >> i was governor of the state and we had -- we had task forces, you know, terrorism task forces that were useful. i think our guys never felt well they were equal partnerships with the fbi. >> and that is a forced multiplier affect. think about it. it's 50 to 100 times more law enforcement people at the local
>> and do you think we need to intensify surveillance of mosques and other aspects of life here? >> if there is a clear threat. donald trump is saying we're not going to allow muslims to come in and close mosques. there has to be a viewerrable -- verifiable concern and should be scrutiny, for sure. that is the duty of the government to protect the homeland and if there is isolated cases of people preaching radical thought that would create jihad in our own country, of course we should be monitoring that and there are legitimate ways to do it. >> reporter: what is a bigger threat or pressing threat? islamic terrorism or non- islamic terrorism like the planned parenthood murders. >> look, the murders and other isolated cases are deranged people. we have a separate issue related to mental health challenges. people that go spiral out of
a way to intervene early, too and that the mental health networries, there is noy holes in them and that requires a vigilant citizenship. it's easier for people to live a separate life over the internet and get all of their views validated and get angry, and live a life quietly and to merge and create hardship for a lot of us and people. this is difficult in a free society. >> maybe shut down certain websites. is that feasible? >> i think there is more cooperation necessary between the federal government and twitter and other grit platforms. we need to make sure there is a feeling of trust so if someone
tweeter they can do see and look, what they want to do is attack our vulnerability and that is that we're free. this is what they despise and the last thing we need to do is to lose our freedom in the quest of protecting ourselves against them. >> and go of nor, take a breath. we'll take one and we'll continue our conversation after
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. welcome back, we're talking with jeb bush, the former governor of florida and republican presidential candidate and governor, you mentioned the t word and let the record show, i didn't bring them up. you mentioned trump. you recently tweeted, quote, maybe donald negotiated a deal with his buddy hillary clinton, continuing this path will put her in the white house and the other day, you said of his plan to restrict muslim access to the u.s., this helps his buddy hillary clinton. >> of course it does. >> do you really believe he's out to help her? >> i don't know how else to
but not to win the presidentsy and he would make it impossible for a republican to win if he continues down this path. he's not a serious person or a serious candidate. we're living in serious times and these proposals are completelyup serious and if people see that over time, he's not going to be elected. people forgot he was a democrat, you know, not that long ago and that he supported hillary clinton and that she would be a good negotiator with iran. that turned out to be great, didn't it? who created a agreement with iran that legit misses a regime. and iss is a challenge and so is iran, the largest sponsor of terrorism and this guy doesn't know what he's talking about. >> and that would be quite the conspiracy. >> whether it's motivated or not, the simple fact is that his winning the primary, the republican nomination would guarantee that hailer --
president. >> and we have a few viewers in new hampshire, many who are trump supporters for now and why don't you speak directly to them and supplyin to them why they should abandon him and sent you. >> i realize why people are senting him. a legitimate reason of frustration and anger that washington can't get their act together and he comes across as a strong guy. if they look at his record and what owe advocating, that is not strength but volume. what i am advocating is fixing a few of the bick complex -- big complex things and making a case to steady in times of great challenge that is more important for our country. we need to be secure to get back to the business of high sustained economic growth. i have planned, detailed plans to -- on ur national and economic security. that is what i tell people. guess what, we're making steady progress in new hampshire and that is a great place to campaign and where you can
>> even in new hampshire which weathered the recreation of better than most states and has been pretty quiet. i have met a lot of raging political controversies there and there is plenty of dessatisfaction with the establishments of both parties. you see bernie sanders leading on the democratic side and you in particular seem to have been hurt by the idea that you have been part of the establishment that is discredited in the mind of viewers. take that is on? >> 32 years in the private sector, eight years in tallahassee, florida, where i disrupted the establishment in the fourth large of the state in the country, now third largest stated and i turned it upside down. i am applying conservative principles consistently. i didn't shout at people or divide them and i said this is what we're going to do. we ran on -- ran on a platform and i applied it and we worked and we led the nation in job growth and reduced government
the state government and we led the nation with 1.3 million jobs and the income grew. we challenged the orthodoxy of education and i woke won and share with people. a far cry from the gridlock in washington, d.c. and i think i know how to fix that. i was not part of that and i our democracy is in peril because we don't have leaders trying to force consensus to fix a few complex things. >> and i want to come in here in a couple of weeks and debate trump one-on-one? >> i love it. bring him on. >> thank you, governor. >> thank you. >> good luck. >> jeb bush, republican presidential candidate. that is it for me. now back to my colleagues for more wbz news. >> all right, john. thank you so much. and the political debate doesn't end there. secretary of state john kerry will be on "face the nation" this morning discussing the climate change deal. "face the nation" airs at 1030 tease here on wb -- 10:30 here on wbz.
pamela is here with the weekend forecast. >> beautiful temperatures again. keeping it warm for you and the seven-day forecast towards the end and we get more seasonable temperatures. >> and that is comfortable. >> that's right. and december so far and running 7.4 degrees above normal and the only day we were below average for the dates is the first day of the month here and yesterday, we were 20 degrees above normal and timed -- am cokes, the average high temperature should be 42 degrees and temperatures are cooler than yesterday's high of 61, keel still be in the 50s all afternoon. 51 degrees for boston and already. north wind at 6 miles per hour and feels great out there and place. 45 degrees, nashua; 48 degrees, worcester and 50 degrees for our friends in chatham. hour-by-hour forecast, you see we hold the lower 50s
creeping to 49 degrees by 3:00 and the clouds are ruling the forecast and areas of patchy drizzle. and highs ins 50s and that is where we are right now. the lows in the 40s and still warmer than that average high of 42 degrees for boston and 44, in fact; upper 30s once you're into the north and west. the clouds expected to bring in the daytime heat and temperatures will be milder compared to where they could be and satellite pictures showing you the current conditions with overcast skies and southeastern mass mass getting a bit of a break in the cloud cover and the forecast will show and keep the clouds around throughout locations. breaks of sunshine, possibly. snap a picture if you see the sun. tonight into your day tomorrow and mostly cloudy again and
areas of patchy fog and more expected monday afternoon and with the clouds in place, we'll ramp up the chance of a isolated shower and the rain education ins in intensity and coverage on monday night. 11:00 p.m., we could experience an isolated thunderstorm for the moon of us and just dealing with pockets of heavy rain and 3:00 a.m. tuesday, most of the showers pushing out and by tuesday and tuesday morning. we expect from a quarter of an inch to 3 quarters of an inch of rainfall in some locations and depends on where the heaviest rain will set up and this is that seven aft. sixty degrees on monday and that is rain moving in because of a warm front and we hit 60 degrees late in the evening. tuesday, 57 and the rain moved out, becoming windy and clearing. wednesday, back towards normal and 46 degrees and sunny. back up to 58 next thursday with rain. kerry. >> and thank you, pamela. uber is making a big request of drivers.
. welcome back, the red line operator whose train took off without him will face a disciplinary hearing tomorrow. the governor said operator david vasquez violated multiple safety procedures. wbz has learned that a rubber chord was wrapped around the throttle controls. that circumvented the safety procedures that stopped the train if an operator was not on board and it could cost vasquez his job. the runaway train rolled on for 9 minutes before power was cut and it came to a stop. and officials in newtown, connecticut, say they will try to make tomorrow as normal a school day as possible. that won't be easy, especially for parents. it's the first time students will actually be going to school on the anniversary of the handy hook -- sandy hook massacre.
educators were killed on december 14th of 2012. uber is demanding something. the ride app wants new drivers to sign an agreement barring them from participating in class-action lawsuits and the legal agreement was issued two days after a judge expanded a california class action suit against uber. the lawsuit is a push for the company to define drivers as employees. doing so would make drivers eligible to recover expenses accrued while working for uber. and pamela has a look at the forecast now. take it away. >> and temperatures are starting off mild. we don't change too much. not warming up at all. we stay in the 50s the rest of the afternoon falling into the upper 40s this evening and patchy drizzle otherwise overcast skies. more rain on the way. when we will see the showers
. welcome back with the holidays in mind, hundreds of kids took a fun ride to the north pole. the t decorated a commuter train to look like the polar express. the kids boarded the train yesterday and got off in hide park where the station was decorated for the season. wbz anchor david wade was among the guest reading the polar
and runners in this year's santa speedo run caught up a break with the weather and who could have expected temps near 60 degrees and mid-december. they got lucky and without the pitfalls of arctic air, that is fun to see dozens of runners in red swimsuits and santa hats with nothing else on and running through downtown boston. the run races -- raises money for after school programs in the city. >> that is so funny. i don't know why that makes me life. >> and -- me laugh. >> and it looks fine and for a good cause. >> and 61 in boston. >> amazing. it's perfect. >> yeah. than yesterday. >> right. >> and still running five to 10 degrees above average this time of the year and 42 is normal high in boston. 51 degrees this morning and we stay in the 50s all afternoon. feeling just a little damp and cool to us because of the clouds in place. patchy drizzle out there.
expected tonight into monday morning. monday, things start to change a little bit. we have a warm front moving in and giving us a high of 60 degrees by evening. the heavy pockets of showers and an isolated storm monday night into tuesday morning. turning windy tuesday afternoon and drying off. wednesday, 46 degrees and cooler, although closer to that average high of 42. still, look at the temps, toy. not bad. >> it's hard to believe. >> mid-december. >> and no snow. >> right. >> and thank you, pamela. have a wonderful day, everybody.
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