Skip to main content

tv   WBZ News  CBS  January 12, 2016 5:00pm-5:30pm EST

5:00 pm
you saw the picture on the pike in grafton, light snow. eric fisher is keeping an eye on the storm. it will get ugly. >> watching the snow pick up in intensity. thanks to the reports on twitter letting us know when the snow reaches your town. in. a lot of pictures out of connecticut with at least an inch on the ground. heavy snow in the berkshires and a few flakes up to the merrimack valley. in boston, zooming around the city, no flakes yet. you see the mixed line along the water. wind is out of the south and east. many areas the wind off the water will mix in raindrops to combat the snowflakes. to the west heavier rates are starting to pick up. heavier stuff working west of franklin about to cross 4895 and around the park and worcester and chews berry. just about to approach 495.
5:01 pm
march eastward through the evening. the main impact is for areas of moderate to heavy snowfall. sun is down, dark outside. not a whole lot to make it tricky. through the evening, most is through 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. after that, the snow areas will decrease. but the temperatures drop and the wind will pick up. icy overnight. most towns see an inch or two. isolated totals up to 3 inches of total snowfall. you see the curve on the coastline with the winds off the water. a coating to an inch for the north shore. boston area south and east. not a lot but causing a tricky drive. here is the hour by hour. the snow continues to progress eastward into the city. cape cod, just rainfall in those locations. and one more batch through tonight, about midnight another line of snow showers. that brings in the wind and the cold. we will talk about tomorrow's forecast in a bit. david? >> all right, eric. another look at conditions
5:02 pm
mass pick in grafton, 1 to 3 inches. we will continue to update you throughout the next 90 minutes. remember you can track the storm and all the other storms on the cbs boston weather app. get the latest track alert, live radar and it's free on itunes and the android app store as well. at 5:00 a violent and brazen robbery caught on camera. tonight the store clerk behind the counter is talking about what he calls one minute of terror. the robber who is now under arrest demanded money. he threatened the clerk with a knife, jumps over the counter and the clerk fights back with a big knife of his own. he shared his story with bill shields. he joins us live in fall river. >> just a small corner store in falls river. he is this big. he has a big heart and a lot of courage. when the robber came in with a knife and money, he wasn't having any of it.
5:03 pm
>> reporter: he arrived on a bicycle sunday morning. once inside the store, he jumped on the counter and pulled about an 8-inch knife. >> he told me to give me the money, give me the money. >> the owner decided to fight back and pull a big knife of his own. even coming from behind the counter to confront the robber. >> of course i am scared. he jumped up and i am so scared. he was on the counter with a knife. >> reporter: the robber got away with about $200 but a short time later a could be spotted this guy, jose sanchez. the store owner positively identified him. this guy is arrested. i am happy. he should be out from the city. >> reporter: this is not the first time he has been robbed. i asked him, aren't you scared running the store? he said, yes, he is scared but now he has a bat.
5:04 pm
bill shields, wbz news. >> adding to the arsenal. tonight two people are in critical condition after a wrong way crash that backed up traffic on route 128 in lexington, northbound side near 4:15 a.m. both drivers rushed to leahy clinic for two hours. all northbound lanes have reopened. that happened about 7:00 this morning. developing tonight, a massive deadly explosion in turkey in a historic district popular with tourists. isis is claiming responsibility. >> reporter: at least ten people are dead and eight are german tourists. 15 more were injured. dozens of first responders and ambulances rushed to the area. it's a crowded park near the historic blue mosque in turkey. turkey's president said the bomber was a man from syria. germany's chancellor condemned
5:05 pm
warned its citizens to avoid any crowds outside tourist attractions in turkey. the u.s. state department has condemned the attack and reconfirmed its commitment to fight isis with turkey. >> liam, thank you. the affluenza mother tonya couch is out of jail. she is charged with hindering the arrest of her son during an investigation whether he a party. the teenager avoided jail time because his lawyers argued he was too privileged to understand his actions when he got drunk and killed four people with his car. he is in mexico facing extradition. an inspiring message from a hockey player. >> hello, i'm back. >> she is speaking from her hospital bed. she tweeted out the video yesterday along with a message, big news today.
5:06 pm
she faces a long recovery but this is very encouraging, ten days after her serious injury. tonight the patriots are preparing for the first play- off match-up against the chiefs, people are buzzing about bill belichick's black eye. steve about your continue to is live. what is the coach saying? i can't imagine he is saying much. >> this caught everybody off guard when he walked to the podium with a shiner on his left eye. he did say not to worry he will be just fine. that is the belichick way. take another look because there is the shiner on his left eye. who knows how he got it. but you should see what the other guy looks like, right? just kidding. belichick had the troops on the practice field for a second straight day and in full pads.
5:07 pm
they are probably being cautious. edell man did take part tom brady was moving okay on his bulky ankle. having edelman would be a big plus for the offense. >> more dependable consistent players out there the more consistent the offense will be. he has been one of them for as long as he has been here. depending on what he can do, we will try to find ways to integrate him. there is no next week. so, you just got to do what you can do to be on the field and help us win. >> for a preview of the divisional play-offs, check out the live edition of all access friday night at 7:00. wbz has you covered start to finish with a 90-minute special edition of game day at 2:00. immediately followed by the 5th quarter postgame show. at 5:30, we check in with dan roche. guess where he is?
5:08 pm
we will find out what he has to say about playing the defending champions. >> thanks, steve. in a few hours, president barack obama will deliver his final state of the union address. today in an unprecedented move, the white house released a preview video giving him a closer look at what the president will say. >> traditionally state of the unions a president gives up and a long laundry lists of what they want to accomplish. i want to identify three or four big ideas, three or four big things that we have to focus on. >> the president is expected to lay out his long-term view of his presidency and touch on major issues like gun control and fighting isis. let's bring in jon keller. for the build up to the speeches, they are often quickly forgotten. any reason to think tonight's will be different? >> i doubt it. the saddest part of the video is when the president suggests
5:09 pm
change the political environment and people's attitudes, end quote. considering the political climate is polarizeed as it is now as seven years ago, that seems unlikely. democratic partisans claim that is because the republicans never gave this president a chance. republicans insist he never tried to govern across party lines. whatever you believe, the persistent gridlock in washington speaks to chronic levels of ideological pressure around american animosity -- and personal animosity down there. tonight's address is about trying to rekindle obama magic in the hopes that they may rally behind the democratic ticket again as they did twice for him. politically that makes sense. the democratic party is divided
5:10 pm
populous of bernie sanders and the establishment pragmatism of hillary clinton. both of them are distancing them from the obama leg gaga -- legacy. i would be surprised based on the previews we are getting if anyone is talking about this speech 48 hours from now. that is no knock on him. that's the way it is with the state of the union. >> it will be interesting to see the cutaways during the speech themselves. >> democrats jump up with their lines and republicans with theirs. we have seen this movie before. >> you can watch the president's address on wbz at 9:00 then stay with us for wbz news at 11:00. new poll numbers out today show bernie sanders has his biggest lead yet over hillary clinton in new hampshire. the poll has sanders leading clinton 53% to 39%. letter the new hampshire primary is about a month away.
5:11 pm
hampshire stumping for her mother. she appeared and a round table discussion and making stops in manchester and port summit. ted cruz campaigned in the granite state attending a second amendment rally in hudson and state of the uniontown hall meeting in londonderry. a big powerball jackpot. >> it has gone global. >> h20. a driver was still inside that truck. >> a young boy in the fight of his life gets a little boost from i don't think -- gronk.
5:12 pm
incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged.
tv-commercial
5:13 pm
is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders,
5:14 pm
this powerball jackpot is no joke jumping to a $1.5 billion a full day to go before the drawing. the excitement grows as the prize gets bigger. >> everyone dreaming what we would do with the money. paula ebben joins us. it's not just people in the u.s. that are hoping this is their ticket to paradise. >> the powerball is going global. $1.5billion is a lot of money. people over the border in
5:15 pm
onth their -- on their luck. >> i will take my chances like everyone else. >> reporter: sherry drove nearly two hours from her ontario home for a chance to become the world's next billionaire. >> we come and drop a lot of money. we shop in the u.s. a lot. we give to you. it's time you give back. >> our neighbors to the north have been traveling from cities like vancouver, very r and montreal. >> they come here for the lotto. >> this they are legally allowed to do. >> you don't have to be a u.s. citizen to buy a powerball ticket as long as you buy them at an authorized retail location. >> the federal government can hold 30% of gambling winnings to a foreigner, 5% more than a u.s. resident. no matter what side you are on, the escaping 1 in 300 million chance of winning. >> you can dream.
5:16 pm
against winning, somebody has to win so you can dream. >> so, if you win, here are things to protect yourself. you needed a vice from a billionaire. mark cuban says get a tax attorney. he spoke to the dallas morning news and said he advices against taking the lump sum. that way you can avoid blowing through it all. some of the other tips include say no to friends and family who ask for money and avoid investments. just by putting the money in the bank you should be able to live comfortably for. >> you can see the drawing tomorrow night at 11:00. if you win, you are required to stay in your anchor chairs through the newscast. >> i'm not agreeing to anything. >> i can we can do that. >> i'm not agreeing. the guy that invests in everything, don't give it tour friends.
5:17 pm
roads. let's go to mobile 4 in charlton. nothing sticking but the evening commute will be dicey. >> i was pointing out on twitter, .9 inches of snow so far at logan airport then someone pointed out last year we were in the same position and we know how it was. >> it changed at the end of january. >> we had about 4 inches at this point last year. win tear is slowly trying -- one tear is slowly -- winter is slowly taking control. >> on the web site. >> on our web site, cbs boston.com/weather. the snow increases across the area. everything is on time. we had reports of steady snowfall in connecticut now moving into worcester county. it is producing an inch in some towns. this is the area that we have seen the heavier rates. moving out of hartford and
5:18 pm
into boston. notice the rain again. it will be down to the south coast, the cape, islands and part of the south shore. closer look around the fox bridge area, sutton seeing heavier snowfall and up in worcester along the pike. the ground yet. boston area, light flakes starting to hit the ground. i had a report from the weather watcher dave in concord, light hampshire, light snow also. this continues to fill in and tracking eastward through this evening. this is a look at road temperatures across the area. where you have the blue here getting into the darker blue, road temps are below freezing. as the colder air slices in and you can see the air temps with the rain toward the came and islands in the mid-30s. 29 in orange. 20s in the berkshires. colder air pouring in behind all of this. everything will freeze up.
5:19 pm
through about 9:30, we have another line, a squall line right here moving through the southern tire of new york and pennsylvania. that is the cold fronted. midnight tonight. we should see one more batch of snow crossing the area. here is the hour by hour. the snow continuing to work eastward. south and east. not much ice toward the cape. midnight hour, there is the squall line through the berkshires into central massachusetts. it may make the trip to the boston area. for the crews heading out tonight, there might be another coating of snow to clean off the ground before tomorrow morning. in terms of accumulation, 1 to 2 inches. isolated totals up to 3 can't be ruled out. along the water south and east a coating to one inch. just causing tricky travel. temperature-wise we will plummet into the teens and low 20s tomorrow morning. not just the cold but the wind cranks behind the front.
5:20 pm
wind advisory after connecticut. 1:00 a.m. until 5:00 tomorrow evening and the westerly wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour. you will hear it as soon as the overnight tonight. single digits and teens tomorrow morning out the door. basically that is where we are living all day long. signature letter digits and teens for the real feel temps. it will be a drier day. out the door in the morning, around 20. midday, strong winds out of the west. 15 to 30 sustained with higher gusts. for the evening blustery and chilly, fog through the 20s and into the teens. no one reaching the freezing mark except for nantucket out by the water. after this, we quiet things down on thursday. a couple of flurries possible. otherwise less wind. quiet friday. then we got a more significant storm to deal with friday into saturday. this is a coastal low that
5:21 pm
snow favored to the interior. rain for southeastern massachusetts. we will have more later on tonight. acquisition seven day, winter is starting to take control there. warmest day is 40 degrees. a sign that mid-january is definitely controlling our weather. david and lisa, over to you. incredible video from california where an accident sent water shooting up in the sky. you can see the driver is still inside the truck. police say the driver lost control of the pickup, destroyed the fire hydrant and utility pole and the water gushed out. fire crews had to wait until the power was off to help the driver who walked away, no major injuries. unusual sight caught on camera off the coast of california. two whales near san pedro. they seemed to stay close to each other as they traveled through the water. beautiful sight on a tuesday morning. spectacular display over
5:22 pm
100 drones dancing to beethoven. the video has gone viral. intel put them on as a stunt to show off drone technology and earned guinness world record. fantastic show, lisa. back here alled drones would have to be registered. >> exactly. might take a little more to put them in the air. david, thanks. from that beautiful sound to an unpleasant reality check for new parents. bring on a headache.
5:23 pm
everything nature's promise is so wholesome... and it doesn't take the whole paycheck. stop & shop's exclusive nature's promise. eat well for less. my stop & shop. shop with ease at peapod.com use code: tv2016
tv-commercial
5:24 pm
everything nature's promise is so wholesome... and it doesn't take the whole paycheck. stop & shop's exclusive nature's promise. eat well for less. my stop & shop. ron gronkowski's show of support means a lot to a boy suffering cancer. he has been in and out of hospitals half his life undergoing treatment for stage 4 cancer. the disease is in his spine moving toward his brain. his parents say chemo isn't working. after years of treatment,
5:25 pm
chosen to make the most of his time creating memories outside of the hospital. meeting gronk was one of those. they posted pictures hanging out at the boy's house. he signed a football for door ryan and autographed his t- shirt with the #be strong. the facebook page reads are you a patriots fan? you should be. dorian's family is asking for the #be strong to support dorian in this tough time. >> another reason to love gronk. thank you. tom brady doesn't need the cup of afternoon coffee to avoid the afternoon slump. he tells wei radio that he has never had coffee in his life. he never tried it. coffee doesn't fit in his uber healthy diet where he eats avocado ice cream. steve burton has also never tasted coffee in his life.
5:26 pm
>> that is the caveat. president obama's softer side. >> the unexpected offer he made to vice president joe biden. >> a local team's sense of
5:27 pm
you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999.
5:28 pm
is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. homecoming? it' s awesome. but with the citizens bank education refinance loan, it gets even better. r you know those people who pay a little extra t and get all the legroom in coach? that could be you, t if you refinance your student loans. i can refinance? yes, you could replace your current student loans with one new loan and save money on interest. sounds easy! it is easy! so, treat yourself to something from that in-flight magazine. or save up for a new car, a wedding or a down payment on the home of your dreams. have a question about how much you can save? ask a citizen at 1-866-999-0253

22 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on