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veriy mild forecast. >> feeling almost like spring here. temperatures running rather warm already. you see nothing falling from the clouds on our picture here. we keep partly sunny skies around. we peak with 50 degrees for that high temperature this afternoon. more warmth on the way. moment. it is the final dash for votes before the iowa caucus is presidential campaign, and there's a new poll out this morning that shows just who is
we have a live report from des moines iowa with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's been a busy last few days for candidates as they head into tomorrow night's caucuses. it's the first contest in the 2016 race for president, and every vote counts. >> how would you like to make the pundits look dumb on election night? >> reporter: senator bernie sanders urged a young crowd at the university of iowa to caucuses on monday, warning he'll lose if there is a small turnout. hillary clinton attacked him on free college education. >> i do not believe giving free college tuition to donald trump's youngest child honors the hard-working americans. >> the only thing that matters
taken on monday. >> reporter: trump campaigned with reverend jerry falwell jr. saturday night to attract evangelical christian voters, while cruz said he looks forward to 2017. >> donald trump will be back on television. >> reporter: ethanol is a hot he top nick iowa. the renewable fuel is made from corn, the state's number one crop. >> could be a deciding issue for some iowa voters. >> reporter: one farmer said he will only favor candidates who favor a government mandate to increase the levels of ethanol blended into fuel. >> it's my livelihood. it supports my family. >> reporter: today the candidates make their final push ahead he of monday's caucuses.
caucusing tomorrow. rememberren john kasich received an endorsement yesterday from the new york times. >> reporter: while all the candidates prepare for the iowa caucuses, this weekend in new hampshire, grass roots politic is underway. boston mayor marty walltial spent part of the day in manchester ndamukong -- new hampshire, pounding the pavement in support of hillary clinton. >> well, it is a big push for my party, the democratic party, and we're up here celebrating hillary clinton. >> reporter: right now clinton is in damage control over the e- mail server she used adam secretary of state. warm are said it's definitely something a.m. something she'll have to address. >> i don't think you can return away from it. i think the american people understand if somebody makes a mistake, and they admit to that
forgiving. >> reporter: bernie sanders camp not wasting any time. these people are getting out the vote. >> can we talk to you for a second about voteling for the primary next week? >> reporter: desmond came allle the way from new york to help his candidate. >> the most effective way to get people to go out and to vote is by knocking on their door and having conversations with people, answering their questions. >> we are hear to see all ofty different headquarters. >> reporter: this couple is visiting all of the campaign offices in the state. >> we're looking aft how they are set up, the different things they are doing, and getting a sense of what is going on. >> reporter: mark sun decided if. >> i'm still undecided, but i do like hillary clinton, think he's a good candidate with broad appeal in many ways, but there is still time to think this through a bit. >> perhaps it was divine intervention.
man's cry for help as he is pinned under a tree. for two years in wrentham, the man was unable to free himself, but fortunately, a nearby abbey of nuns came to the rescue. we pick up the story of his prayer being answered. >> report of a male party in the woods with a tree that fell on his leg. >> reporter: these sisters answered a 74-year-old man's call. one of the sisters walking through the surrounding woods praying heard a voice, crying help me, i'm hurt. firefighters say doug goldman was about a quarter-mile back in the woods behind his house cutting wood. he was pinned under a tree for at least two hours. >> it would have been life threatening if he wasn't found when he was. but he got him in time, i think. >> reporter: goldman was using a chain is all to cut down a tree, when somehow it fell on him. >> very surprised, very surprised.
>> reporter: pastor doug of the sheldonville baptist church is his neck door neighbor. he said he heats his home with wood and was not surprised he was out in in the weather. >> despite his age, he's very robust. he splits wood all the time. >> we'll still removing the free off the victim. >> reporter: those involved agree divine intervention helped save goldman's life. >> i think good looks out for people in general -- god looks out for people in general. i think he loves us and so i coincidental. >> reporter: the suffered injuries to his leg, and hypothermia, but otherwise is in good question. >> the children from worcester are in state custody after being taken from a dirty home. they were discovered in a drug raid on king street. price say the home was filled with myself and animal waste,
also found in the apartment. two women have been charged and are due in court on monday. >> meanwhile, two teenagers under arrest for the murder of a man in ovechkin. on january 3rd, omar reyes was shot and left under a bridge and later died. price arrested two 17-year-olds for the crime. they are due in court on monday. two boys are facing armed robbery charges after an incident in peabody. police sayny two were wearing masks when they used a bb gun to rob another child of his cellphone at the welsh school yesterday. the boys then took off. officers searched the area, and found the boys on clement avenue are due in salem juvenile court tomorrow. >> and on the run for a week, two fugitives are now back behind bars. ahead, what pled police to recapture two dangerous escapees. >> and it is spreading fast. the zika virus.
welcome back. jane fonda is coming to the coolic theater today. the theater is honoring her for her impact on film and american culture. she'll be at a special screening of her latest movie, youth, for which she was nominated for a golden globe. she has been in more than 4040 movies, dating back to the 1960s. >> awesome. all right. pam is is here now. speaking of awesome, this weather forecast. i like that you're doing a poll. pamela is doing poll whether you're excited about the warmer weather or not excited. as excited as many of us are, we don't really want winter and want snow -- we do want some winter and snow. and especially the ski resorts.
cooperating here for the next several days for snow. we're already getting that southwest wind. up. reports of wind gusts between 20 to 25 miles per hour for some, especially along the coast. overall, a light breeze. that's a good thing for us. it's coming from the southwest, keeping those temperatures elevated later today. we're already in the 30s and 40s at this time. in fact, we didn't cool off too much, because we had an overcast sky. current temperatures as we zoom
portsmouth 37 degrees, lawrence 39. we're 39 in boston and beverly. wakeing up to 39, nantucket, 44 degrees. hour by hour forecasts, we stayed all above and all day long. 36 degrees is the average high this time of the year. we'll be in the upper 40s by 1:00. by 3:00, 48 degrees, and not stopping there, warming to 50 in boston. overnight, falling back to 39 degrees, under mostthly cloudy skies, and staying mild, setting us up for another warm one tomorrow. 50s across the board here. 55 in boston. hour by hour forecast, we keep it dry for are you today with a few clouds passing through, becoming motherly cloudy overnight into monday morning. but then a cold front approaches from the north and west. monday afternoon, we're still dry, but after the lunch hour, starting to see a couple of spotty showers development from boston, moving off the islands, after 7:00 p.m. quick moving system, but it
temperatures for groundhog day. a high of 46. still 10 degrees a above normal, though, keep that in mind, mostly sunny. wednesday up to 58 degrees, and rain, wind, all likely that day. >> all right, pamela. thank you. well, more are proof the
zika virus is spreading fast, and now the colombian government said 2100 pregnant women have contracted the virus. it is linked to a serious birth defect, which causes babies to be born with small heads and underdeveloped brains. the world health organization is tracking the movement of the mosquitoes which carry the disease. >> the question is is the virus going to move with the mosquito. you have to act as though it would, so you need your surveillance in place to see when it cop. >> a boston resident has the virus, but is expected to make a full recovery. at least 32 people have the virus here in the u.s.
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his k-9 partner because of the law. matt hickey and ajax have been years. hickey call this dog a family understandably so. he offered the town $3500 for the dog. that's what the city said ajax was worth in order to tackle him home. but the law says ajax must be auctioned to the highest bidder. >> i'm appraise that somebody that might -- i'm afraid that somebody that might try to take the tog, you know, and auction it way high, and, of course, over my head. >> the dog is a property of the city of marietta. because it is a piece of personal property, it is treated just like if it was a shovel or a -- i mean, that's just the way it is. >> kind of cold. >> it is cold. >> we just have to hope that nobody tries to outbid him. that would be mean. the city says only a police
be able to bid on ajax. in the meantime, ajax remains at hickey's home until the bids are opened. oh, they have to stay together. we'll keep you posted. >> president obama is making a symbolic move for religious tolerance. >> time to check out some weather watcher reports. temperatures running in the 30s, and it is very mild for this time of the year. at this . in the day, 36 degrees according to dunn and hollis. brian and shirley reporting 38 degrees. on our way to 50s, and more 50s on the way. the numbers coming up in a few
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we try to stay positive you you here. 6:30, and it's go doing be the best day of your life. tv the last day of january. hard to believe that january is over like that. but, you know what? that area is looking pretty darned good as we head into it. thanks for being with us. 6:30 on this sunday morning. the mild temperatures just keep on coming. >> 50 degrees on tap for today. unbelievable. >> it looks like so far everyone is happy about it, except for few folks. freezing. tempting running way warmer
yesterday, too, because we have overcast skies. no rain falling from the clouds, but the clouds will throughout the day. we'll see some bursts of sun. temperatures in the upper 40s this afternoon, reaching 50 degrees for the high temperature with a southwest those temperatures. more 50s on the way, and we will get close to 60 in the on. thank you. right now, a quick check on our top stories, a man is recovering at boston medical center, 74 years old, thanks to some quick work by some nuns. he trapped under a tree he had been cutting, and he was helped
from a nearby abbey. a civilian walking near a grocery store led 0 to the capture of two violent yesterday. the orange county sheriff's department said the witness flagged down an officer after spotting a white van that maxed the description of the get away break. inside the van, they found one of the suspects with ammunition, but to gun. >> and police are on the hunt in portsmouth for a suspect who broke into a number of cars and torched them. >> reporter: someone frying to break into a bunch of cars up here, and not over that, trying fire. the culprit hit 9 cars in all,
is a half a dozen of them on fire. really totally torched. enough. you can see sections of the front seat burned. police taking this all very seriously. they say it's very devastating, and also costly for the victims. >> i
think the count is up to 9 car breaks. so 9 vehicle is have been gone through, you know, where items through. or attempted. >> so that's insult to injury, i guess you could say. >> absolutely. a couple of the vehicles received significant damage due to the fire. >> reporter: portsmouth police tell me they are making progress in this investigation. they're also asking for the public's help, and also urging all of us to lock our cars, and the vast majority of these cases, these vehicles were left wide open for these culprits. new details in a shooting and a stabbing at a
denver police say one person is dead, and six others are injured. plea three critically. it happened at the national western complex during the ex- pope police could not say if it was gang-related. no arrests have been made. >> oh, my god! >> that
explosion was caused by at least six propane tanks igniting in denver yesterday, and fire officials say the tanks went flying through the neighborhood. the resulting fire destroyed one home and three vehicles. one person was injured. the large propane tanks were on the property because the homeowner ran hot air balloon business. and it is time now for campaign 2016. donald trump decided to skinny last republican debate as you know before tomorrow's iowa caucuses. today on face the nation, trump tells john dickerson he doesn't regret passing up that forum, and dismissed any talk that he used veterans for his political purpose. >> the vet groups that we dealt with are so happy, and they're
that's pretty good. >> 22 organizations. why not? >> i saw some stories, i think on cbs, actually, and i think i want to give it a little pause until we find out whether or not that stuff is correct. i look very carefully as to expenses and what things are costing and howl they allocate their money, and i like to see expense. >> you can see the entire interview with donald trump this morning at 10:30 a.m. on face the nation. meanwhile, president obama is headed to a u.s. mosque for the first time in his presidency. mr. obama is scheduled to visit the islamic society of baltimore. on wednesday, the president is expected to hold a roundtable discussion and deliver remarks about religious freedom, and is also expected to celebrate the contributions that muslim americans have made to this country. retired general david pa trayious will not vase taste any more disciplinary
classified information with his buyographer. he could have been demoted from a four star to a three star general, that would have affected his retirement salary. he resigned adam head of the cia, and was sentenced to two years probation, and fined $100,000 for his affair with paula broadwell. there have been many myths about the moon. well, ahead this morning, what nasa is now saying about where the moon came from. and why is patriots tight end rob gronkowski hanging out on a football field? dan roach has the answer coming up in sports. pamela? >> beautiful temperatures in store for you this afternoon. a high of 50 degrees, running anywhere else from 10 to 20 degrees above normal for this time of the year. our last day in january, and more warmth on the waif to start off fib. we have our second weather
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into your life. not the other way around. good morning, everyone. bruins enjoying the weekend off as the nhl all-star break is upon us. the black and gold return to work tuesday night when they host the maple leafs at the garden. the all-star game later on this afternoon with patrice bergeron, the bruins loan representative. and he took part last night in a few of the skills competition. the accuracy competition, he's one of the best in the nhl, but had a tough time last night. he did fare much better in the nhl shootout, as he scored on a beautiful move to help the event squad win the skills competition, and, yes, the east
art, thanks in part of the bergeron's night. last week we were up all focus odeon the patriots broncos afc championship game. in that time, coach york of boston college earned his 1,000th win in hockey. on friday night, his 5th ranked eagles shut out notre dame in south bend, and york and his players were bark on the ice yesterday prepping for yesterday's game against harvard in the bean pond. work went one-on-one with us, and he talked about what 1,000 wins meant to him, and in typical york fashion, he gave everybody else credit. >> a lot of 0 terrific athletic direct errs. seven of them. they've all been very supportive. a number of assistant coaches that -- i think it's at 14 now that have all contributed at some point, and this staff,
mcginnis, and mike, and greg brown, they have set a high use them. i'm never to the points of hey, know all of the answers. i'm always asking and inquiring, and number of outstanding players. it. i don't reflect back too much. as far as the basketball team, they were down in chapel hill, heels yesterday. eli carter comes up with a steal, goes the other way, and gets the shot to fall. check outth umass yesterday, ending its first half game against fordham. grabs the rebound, letsth fly, and hits it. umass tied at the half, as we take another look. this one was from three-point land. a great shot. one the senior will remember forever. now we go to the end of the game. umass down by 3, and donte clark buries a three of his
at 63. but live by the three, tie by the three. this one kills umass. overtime. >> baseball, earlier if the week, theo epstein in town for a baseball event for his charity. we sat down with the former red sox gm, and people have the sports final. but he talked about his favorite red sox team. >> in some ways, the 2003 team was my favorite team. we didn't win the whole thing that year, but that might be the most fun we had that year, a sense of we kind of snuck up on everyone, this kind of renegade team, to cowboy up, and it's like we -- it was such a great offensive team. with a lot of guys who maybe hadn't been appreciated for the fill abilities that they had. >> all right. backup.
look who and there. rob gronkowski on hand to check out of his little brother, glen gronkowski. and little "gronk" looks like big "gronk" on this one. the fullback/tight end is hoping to get picked in the later rounds of this year's draft. finally back to men's college hoops. tough one for harvard yesterday, falling at a buzzer beater to columbia, and northeastern also falls, losing to elon71-67. we'll see you later on tonight, sports final, 11:35 right here on wbz. i'm dan roach, wbz sports. much. in just one week, the denver bronx and the carolina pan -- broncos and the carolina bowl 50. the excitement is building anywhere convenience lombardi francisco. it got the full vip treatment. white gloves and all. former 49er roger ring helped
experience. wbz is proud to be your home for super bowl 50. you can catch all the action on the field and all of those great super bowl ads right here next sunday at 6:30 p.m. >> seemed like a quick season. >> it does. still hurts, though. >> oh, so close, yet so far. next year, next year. >> you're right. there's always next year. >> so next week is looking good. >> yes, it is. 50s on the way. >> feeling more like spring to kick off our month of february. and just a huge contrast compared to last year. you remember this. it was record cold across the february. we had the second coldest month on record in boston with the average temperature there 19 degrees for the month, and worcester record cold, and hartnell, too, providence, temperatures. but none of that for this we're going to experience temperatures in the 50s.
39 degrees. real feel temperature 31. the wind from the southwest at 13 miles per hour bush making it feel just slightly cold wish there. that wind has subsided just a bit. we did have a few gusts reported overnight between 20 and 25 miles per hour, and now that wind will stay a little gusty on the cape and islands. otherwise, a light breeze with temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s. we have 34 degrees in concord. manchester at 38. 39 from boston to norwood. plymouth 41. on the vineyard, 38 degrees. it's pretty comfortable. hour by hour forecast, temperatures stay in the 30s, but then go slowly warm into the 40s. we'll have mostly cloudy skies for the first part of the day. by noon, 45, 47 at 1:00, and not stopping there. high of 51 in boston today. quite comfortable for the last
lows tonight, stay rather warm once again. upper 30s and lower 40s. we expect, again, those clouds to be in f place, and a southwest wind keeping temperatures elevateed, and we don't have too far to go to get into the mid-50s for tomorrow's highs. gain a few more degrees. 55 in boston. even 50 degrees in hianas. hour by hour forecast through 5:00 p.m. today, a few areas of clouds passing through with some benefits of sun, and then overnight tonight, some clear conditions at times becoming mostly cloudy into monday noon. starting to see a few sprinklings, and a couple of light showers on the way. by that evening commute, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., roughfully, we will see some rain chances in southeastern massachusetts. drying off and then cooling down as we head into groundhog day on tuesday. 46 for that high temperature, with mostly sunny. wednesday, back up to near 60,
plus, we will have temperatures in the 40s, and in the upper 30s as we get into next weekend, and next weekend, questionable. it looks like we'll have more winter-like temperatures. weather transfer trivia time. which of the following air masses is the most dense. what do you think? >> i think warm and moist. c. >> it is surprising, but it's b, cold and dry. although to us, when it's humid and hot, it feels like it's so heavy in the air, so it's tricky, but it's actually cold >> interesting. i always know i'm wrong when you say, ha. nice try. some scientists say that a head yawn collision between earth and a small planet created the moon about 4 billion years ago.
volcanic rocks from hawaii and arizona. they found that the oxygen in all of them, both from the moon and the earth had identical chemical structure. well, a boston film gets to shine in hollywood. the honor given to the movie sports talk -- spotlight, and the passionate acceptance speech by one of its actors straight ahead. what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license
happening today, madeline all bright is coming to wellsly. the former secretary of state will give a talk about globalle inequallety at her all ma motter. it will be streamed on the schools website live. the college is hosting a symposium all weekend, talking about inequallety, public health, and hunger. hollywood's season to honor itself continued last night
and there was a diverse act of winners, including queen latifah, and vie lola davis, but the best movie was "spotlight," based on the "boston globe"'s expo say of the church sex scandal. >> and honored these people, these victims, who are dead, and the survivors who are still alive, of one of the most horrific things that our culture has allowed to happen. and this movie allows them to be seen in a world that has been behind to them, and so it is such an honor to be standing in front of you on behalf of them. >> other big winners included leo dicaprio for are "the revenant," and bri larson for
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yes, it is. good morning, everybody. thank you so much for being with us. i'm here with pamela gardner. another mild morning heading out to my 3 a.m. car. couldn't believe it. >> it feels great. temperatures right around 40. amazing. clouds in place and the southwest wind helping to keep the temperatures rather mild to start off your morning.
you see the clouds are in place, but we have color in the sky. temperatures around 40. boston 39. chat ham 40 degrees. you see the clouds passing by and temperatures for much of the day will be in the upper 40s or low 50s. high of 50 degrees. more 50s on the way but also a chance for rain. i'll have the hour-by-hour timing in a few minutes. today is the last day for presidential hopefuls to make their case p in iowa. tomorrow the state's caucus begins. the most recent polls show don ald trump leading republicans while the democratic side is a little too close to call. marley joins us live from des moines, iowa, with the very latest. good morning to you.
chris crossing iowa, scrambling for last minute support ahead of the caucuses tomorrow night, and every vote counts. >> how would you like to make election night? >> senator bernie sanders urged a young crowd at the university of iowa to caucus on monday, low turnout. hillary clinton attacked sanders on had his plan for free college tuition. >> i do not believe giving free college to donald trump's youngest child is in the best interest of all the hard working americans who need help. >> among republicans, the des moines register poll shows a 5 point lead over cruz and 13 points over rubio. >> the only thing that matters is the poll taken on monday. >> trump cam pained with reverend jerry fall well junior.
2017ment. >> donald trump will be back on television. >> ethenol is a hot topic in iowa. it's made from corn, the state's number one crop. >> it could be a deciding issue for some iowa voters. >> farmer ray says he'll only consider candidates who favor a government mandate to increase the amount of ethenol blended into fuel. >> it's my lively hood. >> iowa voters have a chance to see where all the candidates stand today as they make their final push. >> iowa starts caucusing tomorrow night and people are being urnled to get out and -- urged to get out and vote despite a snowy forecast. perhaps it was divine intervention.
struck under a tree. a nearby abbey of nuns came to rescue him. katie has the story. >> respond to the abbey. report of a male party in the woods with a tree on his leg. >> they answered a 74-year-old man's calls. one of the sisters walking through the surrounding woods praying, heard a voice, calling help me, i'm hurt, probably a 12, 12 inch diameter. >> firefighters day doug goldman was about a quarter mile in the woods, pinned under a tree for at least two hours. >> we got him in time, i think.
>> goldman was using a chainsaw to cut down a tree when somehow it fell on him. >> very surprised. very safety conscious guy, always has safety gear on.
neighbor, says goldman heats his home
with wood. >> despite his age, he's very active. i was talking to other folks. he splits wood all the time. >> we're still removing the tree off the victim. it will be at least 15 minutes getting him out of the woods here. >> those involved degree divine intervention helped save goldman's life. >> i think god looks out for people in general. i think he loves us and i don't think it's necessarily coincidental. >> he was taken by med flight to a boston hospital. suffered injuries to lower legs and hypothermia. he's in good condition. two teen agers mr arrest for the murder -- under arrest for the murder of a man on january 3rd. he was shot and left under the bridge. he later died. police yesterday arrested two 17 year olds for the crime. they're due in court on monday. two boys facing armed robbery charges.
they used a bb gun to steal a cellphone from another teenager at the welch school saturday afternoon and then the boys took off. officers searched the area and found the boys. they are due in salem juvenile court tomorrow. authorities have released a surveillance image of a suspect who robbed a store. he showed a gun and demanded cash. after the robbery, he walked away.
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smaller, so there is not a lot of on-site parking. right now they're working out a plan for shuttle buses. >> just been too warm. >> it's too warm. and we were doing a poll. do you like the warm weather, do you like it? that group is probably saying no. >> and last year that video shows that we did have extremely cold temperatures for an extended period of time. but comparing it to this year, completely different story. 50s on the way for the highs and it's going to feel more like spring. last winter, temperatures were even below freezing for those highs. comparing today to last year, we had a high of 21. today going with a high of 50 degrees, feeling more like spring here. temperatures in the 30s or 20s or the first part of february last year. this year almost all the snow is melt and temperatures will be in
chasing a record high, potentially on wednesday. boston 39 degrees. very, very mild. real feel temperature a little cooler, 33 with that breeze from the southwest. temperatures elevated. acting like a blanket. hour-by-hour forecast, temperatures remain in the 40s the rest of the day. for this afternoon, 2 p.m., 48 sunshine. highs today, upper 40s, low 50s, islands. overnight, falling to 39 degrees, another mild forecast for us, again, thanks to the clouds in place and thanks to the southwest wind. tomorrow's high temperatures rebound nicely. get into the mid-50s. we still gain a few more degrees 56 in boston, rockport 54.
hour-by-hour forecast the next couple of days, dry for today. 5 p.m., still experiencing clearing conditions before more clouds roll into the forecast ahead of our cold front moving in later tomorrow night. monday morning starting off dry. a few sprinkles and a couple snow showers may erupt in the extreme northern parts of new england where temperatures will be cool enough for that. for here, temperatures way too p warm for any snow activity. here. very isolated in nature, mainly between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.. those showers exiting the cape and islands after 6 p.m. and that evening commute and then drying off, clearing out, going into tuesday's forecast. we're chasing a couple records next week as we look ahead. today, going with 50, no record expected. closer monday, but we've had 50s before at this point in the season. no record expected there,
wednesday, 58. the record 59 set in 1991. seven-day forecast, groundhog day on tuesday, the coolest for quite some time. 58 degrees on wednesday, rainy, windy, back to more winter like temperatures into next weekend. kerry. >> it's like an emotional roller coaster, pamela. i just don't know how to feel. in just one week, the denver broncos and carolina panthers faceoff in super bowl 50. the excitement is building for the game. vip treatment. former 49er roger craig helped deliver the lombardi to the nfl experience. >> it's such an honor to be able to deliver the trophy. it's something we played for as players. that's what the game is all about is right here. >> wbz is proud to be your home
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. welcome to the pet parade. my friends from mspca robin and angel are here. hey, guys. we've got all girls. little millie, jane the bunny and then emily and nellie, two little mice down there. we've got a variety today. let's start with millie. >> we love this dog. she's very comfortable with you too. she had been languishing for a while in the boston city shelter. we selected her and brought her in and she's up for adoption. she's seven. she hasn't been spayed, actually, so we're going to spa her. >> she's been in the shelter for one year. >> too long.
beautiful little girl. and she's seven, so she's get ting a little older. she needs love. >> she needs to go home. >> thanks, rob. do you want to do -- >> this is emily and nellie. >> so confusing. >> we want folks to know you don't have to go to a pet store to get some of these really cute starter pets like mice. go right to your local animal rescue. they're white mice, super adorable. they were running on the wheel at the same time. there they go. >> right on cue, rob. >> it would be wonderful if they could go to the same home together. change the cage every day, buy mice food, fresh water, veggies and you're there. >> and they're best pals. >> they're pals. >> and then let's talk about jana. i love bunnies. >> we love this bunny. we have quite a few bunnies in all three adoption centers.
bunnies are great first time pets. they love hay. you can find commercial rabbit food and veggies. bonnie was telling us that carrots are like candy to bunnies. if you have carrots, they will be your best friend. this is a sweet and social rabbit who would do fine in any home. >> jana was left behind and the roommate was nice enough to bring her in. >> we see this all too often. they move and leave pets behind. we're trying to pass a law that would ensure that doesn't happen. but in the meantime, always, always call your local animal shelter and we will make sure that animal goes to a good home. >> you're not going to be judged if you can't take care of the animal or moving, bring them in so they have a chance.
most animals can find a new home. check out our website. >> and we'll do our home ward bound segment. coming in was nobby and betty. they went home with maury and richard from rhode island. thank you so much for bringing home the cuties. millie saying wait a minute. they look like me. it's my turn as well. thank you, guys, for coming in. >> thanks for having us. >> stay with us.
pretty morning. i'm kerry connolly along with pam ela gardner. we're looking at a good week ahead. >> yes we are. feeling more like spring for this last weekend of january, going into february
tomorrow. we have one more month of winter to get through. >> it doesn't sound bad. >> feeling more like spring too with mild temperatures. 39 degrees in boston. 41 in taunton. once we get out further, temperatures cooler. 34 degrees. 11 degrees warmer in several places. you notice the change out there. that southwesterly wind helping to keep temperatures elevated. we have plenty of cloud cover out there. overnight we had the clouds in place trapping in the daytime heat from yesterday. therefore we didn't cool off too much and we don't have far to go to get to 50 degrees. by 3 p.m., 50 degrees, southwest
we'll keep it around for tomorrow, meaning more warm temps on the way. also some ups and downs. how high we'll go and how low in the seven-day forecast. right now we have a quick check of our top stories this morning. 74-year-old man recovering at wos ton medical center thanks to -- boston medical center thanks to quick work of the nuns. the man was trapped for nearly two hours under a tree he'd been cutting. he cried out for help and was heard by a sister from the nearby mount saint mary's abby. two teenagers accused of killing a man, leaving him to die after shooting him. years old. police haven't said what might have motivated the murder, but they'll be be in court tomorrow. a civilian walking near a
of two violent fugitives. the witness flagged down an officer after spotting a white van that held the suspects with ammunition, but no gun. the other was captured a short distance away. it was a scene of destruction in a new hampshire town and now police are are on the hunt the suspects that broke into cars and torched them. jim smith has more. >>reporter: police and people living here in portsmouth, new hampshire, are very upset and who can blame them. people breaking into cars and setting them on fire. let's show you. the culprit hit nine cars in all. police say he tried to set a half a dozen of them on fire. at least two of the cars were really totally torched. in other cases the damage is bad
the front seat burned. police say it's very devastating and costly for the victims. >> i think the count is up to nine car breaks, nine vehicles have been gone through where items were taken or rummaged are through. six of which a fire was started or attempt. >> so that's insult to injury, i dwes you could -- i guess you could say. >> absolutely. >> portsmouth police are making interrogatory gres and asking -- making progress and asking for the public's help. also asking you to lock your cars. most of these vehicles were left open. new details in the shooting stabbing at a motorcycle expo in denver. it happened at the national
police could not say if it was gang relate. no arrests have been made. three children in state custody after being taken from a home of squall or. they were discovered on king street friday night. the home was filled with mice and animal waste. oxycodone, marijuana, and cocaine were found in the apartment. two women have been charged and are due in court tomorrow. the zika virus is spreading fast. koe lum bee an government says it causes babies to be born with small heads and underdeveloped brains. the world health organization is tracking the movement of mosquitos which carry the disease. >> the question is is the virus going to move with the mosquitos. you've got to act as if it would.
>> a boston resident who traveled to a zika hot spot does have the virus, but expected to make a full recovery. the who says 4 million people could get the virus by the end of the year. donald trump decided to skip the last republican debate before tomorrow's iowa caucuses. trump tells john he doesn't regret passing up that forum and dismisses talk that he used veterans for political purpose. >> i can tell you the vet groups we dealt with are are so happy and they're going to be splitting up $6 million. >> wounded warriors is not on the organization of the 22 you're giving to. why not. >> i saw some store ies on cbs, actually, and i think i want to give it a little pause and see if that's correct much. i look very carefully at expenses and how they allocate that money and i like to see
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he's one of the best in the sooting, didn't fare too well. nhl shootout. he scored on a beautiful move to help the east squad win the skills competition. the east will play first later today in the new all star 3 on 3 formal, thanks in part to his night. last week we were focused on the afc championship game. he's the first ever to do that, win as head coach and it went under the radar. but that's how york likes it. they shut out noter dome. they were on the ice prepping for monday's game. despite battling laryngitis, he went one on one with us.
he gave everyone else credit. >> when you look back, a lot of terrific athletic directors. supportive. a number of assistant coaches, i think 14 that have all contributed at some point. this staff, particularly, with marty and mike and greg, they set a high, high bar. i depend on them. i use them and never it's a point where hey, i have all the answers. i am constantly asking and inquiring. a number of outstanding players. i don't reflect back too much. >> he's one of the best. as far as the basketball team, they were down at chapel hill taking on the second ranked tar heels. carter comes up with the steal , goes the other way and gets the reverse to fall. had this one all unc. led by 11 at the half, steam
check outd out the shutout by u mass. love to see that. u mass tied at the half as we take another look. this one from three-point land, their own three-point land. great shot, one the senior will remember forever. now we go to the end of the game, u mass down by three. clark buries a three of his own. we're going to overtime. tied at 63. live by the 3, die by the 3. christian hits this one that kills u mass. fordham gets the win, 78-72. baseball, especially epstein in town for charity. he reminisced about his time here m boston and talks about
his favorite red sox team. >> in some ways the '03 team was my favorite team. we didn't win the whole thing, but that might be the most fun
it was the sense that we snuck up on everyone, renegade team that cowboy up. and it was such a great offensive team. with a lot of guys who maybe hadn't been appreciated for the full abilities that they had.
let's go to college football. senior bowl in alabama. rob gronkowski is here on hand to check out his little brother. little gronk looks like big dwrong on this one. gain of 34 yards on this reception. he's hoping to get picked in the late rounds of this year's draft. would be pretty cool to play with big brother. finally back to men's college hoops. tough one for harvard, falling to colombia, 55-54. north eastern also falls. we'll see you later tonight. sports final 11:35 on wbz. i'm dan roche, wbz sports. thank you, dan.
you've got a pretty easy forecast in the week ahead. >> temperatures feeling like spring. >> who would think, the last day of january. >> it's so early. forecast models are going back to winter once we get to the following week. don't let your guard down yet. enjoy the temperatures, show. the streak continues. we have not been below average in months. we were right on the money in october. but since july, we've been either at or above normal for temperatures overall with the months. in fact, it was extremely warm for december. 10.6 degrees above normal. three degrees above normal for january, not counting today. we'll update that number for you later tonight once we get the climate data. live look at the sea port hotel in boston with one boat out there. with days like today, it's going to feel so much like spring. i wish i was on a boat. the wind not too bad.
. southwest wind, 9 miles an hour. it's making the temperature feel like 33 degrees even though it is a mild 39 in boston. heading out for the morning run, very comfortable. long sleeves needed, but no hat and gloves. sunrise at 7 a.m. it is overcast out there, the clouds hanging around for the morning. nashua 37 degrees. 40 in chat ham. temperatures stay well above average all afternoon. 36 is the average high. we'll reach 48 by 2:00. most of the day spent in the upper 40s, but a few of us reaching 50 degrees or plus. fabulous weather. overnight, not changing those temps too much. we cool off into the upper 30s and low 40s. however, we expect the clouds to remain in place, keeping us warmer than we otherwise could be. highs tomorrow, not too par to
55 plymouth. passing clouds today, breaks in the clouds late this evening, but overnight more clouds roll in ahead of a cold front. good. p.m. are from boston and south and east, we have the potential for isolated showers with a couple pockets of heavy showers on the cape and islands. this is a quick system moving out by 11 p.m. monday. dry for tuesday, groundhog day. cooling off, that's the thing you'll really notice. 46 degrees on tuesday. ten degrees above normal. wednesday back up to 58. rain and wind all expected that day. >> pamela, thank you. from medicine to melodies, an oklahoma city doctor is bringing happiness to sick
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she'll talk about globe equality at her alma matter. it will be streamed online. they'll be talking about in equality and hunger. president obama headed to a u.s. mosque for the first time in his presidency. he'll visit on wednesday for a round table discussion about speech. the islamic society of baltimore featured prominently in the popular podcast serial, with a teenager in jail for murdering a teammate. what's better than a roast cooked to perfection? the phantom gourmet checks up out a local place where comfort is on the menu. it's coming up.
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passion for serving soul sat is fieg comfort -- satisfying comfort food. >> i want to infuse as much flavor as i can to every single component on every dish. >> she said out to create a comfortable neighborhood spot where the food and moves makes you feel good. >> it's cozy, atmosphere is warm. you always have a friendly smile. the brick lined walls makes it very romantic, almost at home. >> she feels most at home in the restaurant's open kitchen where she's seasoning, saucing, torching and tasting a mouth water erring lineup of dishes based on hearty, home style favorites. >> this is traditional new england food. >> she named the restaurant cure for two reasons. she wants it to be a warm place that cures you, but curing
the kitchen relies on. >> it's the brining, slow roasting we do on all of our protein. i'd have to say my favorite thing about cure restaurant is being able to on a daily basis show the public what is really in my heart and what i'm capable of producing for them. >> very nice. she should play the cure in the restaurant, right? for more food and fun, watch phantom gourmet today. we're glad you're waking up with us on this last day of january.
. good morning, everybody. thanks for being with us on the 31st of january. january went by like that. i'm kerry connolly along with pam ela gardner. we've got a very mild forecast. >> 50s, unbelievably warm compared to last year at this time. we'll take it. looks like i have a little bit of everything for everyone. we'll return to winter like temperatures by the end of your seven-day forecast.
current temps in the 30s and 40s. right around 40 from boston to taunton. nashua reporting 37 degrees. satellite and radar picture shows we don't have anything falling from the sky. no rain here in massachusetts. it is overcast, though, and the overcast sky helping to trap in the daytime heat. southwest wind will carry more warmth into our area through 4 p.m. you see we keep it dry. temperatures in the up you are degrees. more warmth on the way and a little bit of a cool down. we'll go through all the numbers in just a few minutes. today is the last day for presidential hopefuls to make their case in iowa. the most recent polls show donald trump leading republicans while the democratic side is a little too close to call.
good morning to you, marley. >>reporter: good morning, kerry. candidates have been chris crossing iowa, scrambling for last minute support. they say they want the candidates or the voters, rather, to get out and vote despite a snowy forecast. >> how would you like to make the pundits look dumb on election night? senator bernie sanders urged a young crowd at the university of iowa to caucus on monday, warning he'll lose if there is a low turnout. >> hillary clinton attacked him. >> i do not believe giving free college to donald trump's youngest child is in the best interests of all the hard working americans who need help. >> among republicans, the des moines register poll shows donald trump has a five point lead over ted cruz and a 13 point lead over marco rubio.
is the poll that's xwg to be taken on monday. >> trump cam pained with jerry pa fall we will. cruz says he looks forward to 27 teen. >> donald trump will be back on television. >> ethenol is a hot topic in iowa. the renewable fuel is made from corn, the state's number one crop. >> could be a deciding issue for some voters. >> farmer ray says he'll only consider candidates who favor a government mandate to increase the amount of ethenol blended into fuel. >> it's my lively hood. >> iowa voters have several opportunities to find out where the candidates stand on all issues as they make their final push ahead of monday's caucuses. >>reporter: candidates will soon find out how accurate the polls have been. iowa starts to caucus tomorrow night at 7 central. >> marley, thank you so much.
are primary is just over a week away. yesterday. the democratic candidate got a boost from a big boston name. >> all the candidates prepare for the iowa caucuses, but grassroots politics is underway here in new hampshire. boston mayor spent part of the day in manchester, new hampshire, pounding the pavement in support of hillary clinton. >> she has my vote. >> thank you. >> it really is a big push. new hampshire is an important state for the democrats and the republicans and we're up here supporting hillary clinton. >> right now clinton is in damage control over new information about the private e-mail server she used. walsh says she'll have to address it in the race for the white house. >> i think the american people understand that if somebody makes a mistake and they admit to the mistake, they're very for gig. >> switching gears to the bernie
these people are getting out the vote. >> can we talk to you for a second about voting for the primary next week? >> bernie sanders supporter came all the way from new york to help. >> the most effective way to get people to go out and vote is by having conversations with people, answering questions. different headquarters. >> this couple is visiting all offices. >> see what they're doing, how they're set up, what different things they're doing and just get a sense of what's going on. >> manchester resident mark is still undecided. >> my mind is still undecided, but i do like hillary clinton. i think she is very good candidate with broad appeal. but there is still time to think this through a bit. two teenagers under arrest everett.
under the tile ston street bridge. he later died. police arrested two 17 year olds yesterday tore the crime. they're due in court tomorrow. two boys facing armed robbery charges after an incident in pea body. the two were wearing masks when they used a bb fwun to steal a cellphone from another teen and then took off. officers searched the area and found the boys. they're due in salem juvenile court tomorrow. police in new hampshire are looking for whomever robbed the common man general store saturday morning much. authorities released this suspect. officers say the man walked right into the store just off 93, showed a gun and demanded cash. after the robbery, he just walked away. if you have any information on this man, you're asked to please call the police department. two escaped inmates are now in police custody after more than a week on the run. coming up this morning, the
trained professionals couldn't. and coming up at 8:30, hillary clinton's honestly is being questioned as an e-mail scandal continues to make news. language? time to check out more of temperatures in the 30s. it's a very mild start to the day. 36 degrees under a partly sunny sky in ashland. peter from randolph says it's 39 under mostly cloudy skies. the clouds will hang around, but more warmth is on the way. your seven-day forecast is coming up. it's not about hugging trees. it's not about
and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight to take back our government. . oh, my god. >> that explosion was caused by at least six propane tanks igniting in denver yesterday. and fire officials say the tanks went flying through the neighborhood. the resulting fire destroyed one home and three vehicles. one person was injured. the large pro pane tanks were on the property because the homeowner ran a hot air balloon
who were on the run in california are back in custody. police say a tip about a white van led them to 37-year-old suspect and 20 yeerd. according to officers, they were parked in the lot of a whole foods store in san francisco. when police moved in, they say one tried to run, but they grabbed him and then found two hiding in the van. >> we have been can -- we're looking at the causes of the escape from day one. certainly our focus was getting these individuals back into custody as quickly as possible. but now the focus shifts to continuing to look at where the system failed us. >> a third fugitive showed up friday at a local auto shop in santa ana and told workers he wanted to surrender. all three vanished from the orange county jail last friday in an elaborate escape scheme. the bravery of the coast guard is on the big screen this weekend. when we return, meet the real
that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health caret and child care so people canr actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. . welcome back. check this out. nasa is learning more about how earth got its moon. some scientists now say that a head-on collision between earth and a small planet created the moon about four and a half billion years ago. researchers analyzed moon rocks and compared them with volcanic rock from hawaii and arizona and
them, both from the moon and the earth, had identical chemical structure. is that cool or what? i love space news. >> i do too. it's so cool. well, we're not very cool this morning. mild temps as we enter february. >> wonderful temperatures. it's going to feel like spring. we have ups and downs for the next few days and then more like winter next weekend. live look downtown boston. great sky line. yes you see a few clouds. we were overcast overnight, the clouds acting like a blanket, trapping in the daytime heat. we're starting off rather mild. we're going to keep it mild all afternoon with some bursts of sunshine throughout the day. but i think the clouds are going today. january temperatures so far in not including today, three degrees above normal for the entire p month. in the previous week we were extremely cold.
we're going to go into the month of february with above normal temperatures, at least in the 50s and maybe even close to 60 degrees. starting off in the mild range here from canton to marvel head, temperatures in the 30s or 40s thanks to our weather bug network. 45 degrees at the high school there. boston, 39 with a bit of a wind, it does feel more like 32 still not too uncomfortable. temperatures rather elevated too. we're in the 40s or 30s across the board. 43 taunton. lawrence, 39 degrees. might not need the heavy winter coat today, but at least a jacket with long sleeves underneath. hour-by-hour, we see burst of sunshine. mostly cloudy for much of the afternoon. 48 degrees by 3:00. highs top off in the lower 50s from boston to norwood.
cloudy, mild, southwest wind, tomorrow's highs don't have too far to dwo to get into the warm. we expect breaks of sun and that southwest wind helping to warm to 56 degrees in boston of. hour-by-hour forecast today, we keep it dry. few clouds breaking apart, morning. morning commute easy, nothing falling from the sky. lunch hour. but monday he evening between 4 and 7 -- but monday evening between 4 and 7, we have the potential for an isolated shower. quick moving cold front pushes by monday night into tuesday morning. we're dry and then we'll cool off a bit. 50 today, fooi 6 on monday. 4 -- 56 on monday. 46 tuesday, groundhog day. wednesday back up to 58.
kerry. >> pamela thank you so much. the finest hours chronicles a 1952 rescue at sea. the men who took part in that ocean drama remember it like it was yesterday. >> it was a nor 'easter so hellacious it split an oil tanker in half and sent the crew of the ss pendleton scrambling for their lives. 64 years and a lifetime of memories after that bitter february day, one sound still sticks with former coast guardsman gus, who made it to the ship's bow, miles away are from the stern. >> i could hear the cargo tanks rumbling to this day. sink now. >> eight crew men, including the captain, were thought to be in the bow, but his rescue party
his best friend battled to get to the other half of the ship, the stern, several nights earlier. >> you sent him out to die. the coast guard say you've got to go out and they don't say you've got to come back in. >> the epic tale is now a disney movie, starring chris pine who led a crew on a small life boat. the massive storm tore out the boat's compass, wracked half ak with the radio, shattered the twice. there was no help, no backup, just four men, none over the age of 24. incredibly, they managed to find the pendleton's stern and 33 men mendes pratt to -- men who were desperate to escape. they climbed down the ladder to
the coast guard saved all but one who fell into the sea and drowned. >> that, i know, has bothered all four of those guys that they lost one. >> three dozen men crammed on to the 36-foot boat built for only 12. still without a compass, webber somehow guideded them home. >> don't you give up hope on me now. >> with the u.s. coast guard band leading the way, the movie' premier docked in hollywood on monday. andy fitzgerald, the last of webber's crew still alive anchored the red carpet. >> it's very, very exciting. not quite as exciting as the night we went in the boat. police believe a fire bug may be running around a new hampshire community after a string of car fires. coming up, how you can protect your vehicle.
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after all this noise, the voters get to speak. we'll talk to donald trump about how he thinks things are going to go. his decision to not participate in the debate whether he thinks that's still a good idea. then we're going to talk to marco rubio. there are some voters who make up their mind in the last few days. there is some indication that marco rubio may be getting a share of those. we'll talk to the poll sister ster in iowa who had a great history of reviewing the state. >> we'll look forward to it, john. thank you so much. you have a very good show. face the nation airs today at 10:30 on wbz. there is a big warmup heading our way.
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>> we'll have 50s on tap for the high tfz the next few days. -- temperatures the next few days. temperatures warmer than normal already. 39 boston. 42 taunton. overnight we had the southwest wind and clouds acting like a blanket to trap in daytime heat. keen, 30. nothing we can't handle as we check out the temperature change. we're running eight degrees warmer in boston compared to this time yesterday. ten degrees warmer in taunton. satellite and redar. >> you can see -- satellite and place. other than that, we're keeping afternoon. a few bursts of sunshine with a this afternoon. more heat on the way. when we could get close to 60 and tracking rain showers in just a few minutes. stories.
boston medical center thanks to quick work of some nuns. the man was trapped for nearly two cutting. he cried out for help and was heard by a sister from the nearby mount saint mary's abby. two teenagers accused of killing an everett man. he was shot and left to die under the tile ston street overpass. the two murder suspects are 17 years old. both lived m everett as well. police haven't said what might have motivated the murder, but the 17 year old olds will be in court tomorrow. iowa residents expected to see a lot of the presidential hopefuls today, one day before tomorrow's caucuses. according to the most recent poll by the des moines register, donald trump is leading republican candidates, the democratic race is neck and neck between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. it was a scene of destruction in a new hampshire town and police are on the hunt
a number of cars and torched them. jim smith has more. >>reporter: police and people living here in portsmouth, new hampshire, are very upset about this. after all, what can blame them. somebody trying to break into a bunch of cars and set most of the cars on fire. let's show you exactly what we're talking about here. the culprit hit nine cars in
all and police say he tried to set a half a dozen of them on fire. at least two of those cars were really totally torched. in other cases the damage is bad enough. you can see sections of the front seat burned. police taking this all very seriously. they say it's devastating and also costly for the victims. >> i think the count is up to nine car breaks, so nine vehicles have been gone through where items were taken or rummaged through. six of which a fire was started or attempted. >> so that's insult to injury. >> absolutely.
received significant damage due to the fire. >>reporter: portsmouth police tell me they are making progress in this investigation. they're asking for the public's help. and they're urging all of us to lock our cars. in the vast majority of these cases, these vehicles were left wide open for these culprits. jim smith, wbz this morning. you can't watch tv for 20 minutes without seeing a political ad. we know. we see them too. but those messages are crafted. it turns out the candidates are sending secret messages with their body language. in today's keller@large, john brings in an expert to translate. take a look. >> good morning. thanks very much for joining us. here we go, down the home stretch. iowa caucuses on monday. new hampshire votes a week from next tuesday. as the candidates try to make their last minute pitches and
rallies and so forth, there is another very important way in which they are communicating but, whether you realize it or not, through nonverbal communication. don. >> thanks for having me. >> good to have you here for the seen you before. >> sure. >> you, as much as a hobby, although also professionally. >> right. >> you like to analyze the body language messages of >> absolutely. >> why does that matter? >> i'll tell you why. over the last five years, i've been able to predict elections based on the nonverbal behavior. and the target effect that voting populus. accurate. >> you believe -- >> yes. >> there is a whole science. >> absolutely. >> you believe that the way a candidate uses their hands, their facial expressions, even with their clothes and hair.
>> has a tremendous i am pack on the decisions voters make. >> absolutely, whether they realize it or not. >> let's get to videotape. of course we're starting with the phenomenon of the season, the republican front runner, donald trump. >> okay. >> this first clip is irritated trump, being asked a question at an iowa press conference about abortion and he's saying i don't want to talk about it. >> he's flipping it off with his hand. he wants to flip it off with his hand because he doesn't want to talk about it. >> and he turned to take another question. >> right. he's turn away from it, doesn't want to talk about it. but that doesn't mean he's not being honest. he just doesn't want to talk about it. >> normally that would be a negative, wouldn't it, a candidate being dismiss i have >> right. but he is so confident in what he's saying, people are going oh, to believe, well, it should be dismisseded because of his level of confidence. let's talk more about that and
shows trump at the same press conference dealing with a question that he's happier to deal with. here he's on his game more . >> palms open, showing i've got nothing to hide. >> fingers expanded. >> right. there is nothing he's trying to hide. not gripping fingers. >> arms aren't crossed. >> oh, no. he's completely open. he's happy to be talking about what he's talking about. >> you argue this conveys authenticity, you can trust me. >> by contrast, now, let's go to a clip of ted cruz, his chief competitor in iowa. meeting. >> hands in his pocket and i think he's consciously realizing taking it out. he's doing very much things that i've trained people in the past to do. and then he didn't realize he put his hand back in his pocket. >> what does that convey? >> he's trying to think about what he's doing.
from the heart gesture, that's another trained gesture, the finger and thumb, authoritative but not aggressive. and this chopping gesture would say i'm so confident, but it's very rapid and jerky. >> but that hand is stuck in his pocket and that says i really am not comfortable. >> right. he's not comfortable. that's his emotional state. but if he
thinks about it, he'll probably pull it back out. >> finally, we're running short on time, but let's take a look at someone whose body language hasn't been working with will and that's jeb bush. >> okay venl. >> here's jeb bush at a town hall meeting in new hampshire. >> he's tense in his shoulders. he is flipping things away as well, but he's doing it in a less, perhaps, confident way. his sleeves are down. when you have your shirt up, especially as a politician, you want your sleeves rolled up. >> why?
working versus having your sleeves rolled down. i hate to say this, but trump labeling him low energy is not too far off. >> don, we have to take a break. when we come back, we'll take a look at the democratic candidates and see what our expert sees in their body language. stay with us. what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license
. welcome back. taking a look at the nonverbal had messages that presidential candidates are sending us. over to the democrats. bernie sanders. poll sters. i believe he's speaking in iowa, the town hall cnn did. >> he's showing his palms. it's not, doesn't seem scripted. it seems who he is. >> open handed. >> open handed, wide open stance.
>> the polls show he is perceived as honest and principled and authentic. the places you want to be. >> absolutely. >> his hands are up high and you said that's not good. >> he's when you're up by your head that it's really a negative. >> because it conveys confusion. >> confusion or not comfortable, maybe angry. >> agitated. >> voters don't like that. they want people are who are even-keeled. >> interesting. >> now, hillary clinton. this is the at the cnn town hall forum last week. she'd been asked a question about her honesty. she's not happy with the question. >> no. trying to dismiss it. her facial expressions are off. she smiled a few minutes ago and there was no wrinkling by the eyes, so that would say to me it's a fake smile. however if she's had botox, that can be confusing. >> what about this. >> hands up by her head like this, it's a sense of not happy.
>> what about this? >> it's like a hammer going down, right? that's a negative. >> right. she's trying to hammer the guy. >> fascinating. >> yeah. >> now, do you believe all these candidates have worked with expert coaches, body language coaches. >> i don't know about trump. i'm sure he has. and i don't know about sanders. they're just so authentic, it doesn't come across so scripted as it does with cruz or hillary clinton. >> so if the vote is decided on nonverbal communication messages, i'm not going to ask you to make a flat prediction, but you think sanders and trump are in the driver's seat? >> absolutely. the primaries are different, but in a general, i would say tr ushgs m pshgsump beats clinton and sanders beats trump.
>> that is it for me. coming up this week, iowa caucus coverage on wbz monday night. later on a poll in new hampshire and then of course new hampshire primary night, keep it right here on wbz and tv 38. back to my colleagues for more wbz news. >> i love that segment. i always feel self-conscious after because i don't know what to do. >> it's going to be warm. >> the hammer gets me. >> yeah, don't hammer me. all right. so what's going on? >> warm temperatures. the next several days feeling more like spring than a start to february, believe it or not. and i've been asking if you're excited about this warm weather or not so excited about the warm weather on the twitter poll. overwhelmingly, 80% of you said you're excited for the warm weather. so that's good. but 20% of you folks mentioned to me, they haven't been skiing yet or they need some winter to look forward to. i think there is a little bit of
seven-day forecast coming up in just a minute. we do return to more wintertime temperatures. february preview, from the beginning of the month to the end, average highs go up a few degrees. we gain some daylight time. one hour and 14 minutes additional daylight during the day by the end of the month. more snow on average too. we have to keep that in mind. not expecting anything like last year with over 60 inches of snow in the february. but we might have the chance for another snow maker, potentially the following week. boston 39 degrees. real feel temp 32. light breeze from the southwest. 40s and 30s, 37 degrees nashua, 45 degrees fall mouth. temperatures staying well above the average high of the 36 degrees, going to 48 degrees by 3:00. we don't stop in. highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
we trap in more daytime heat overnight, sticking with 39 for the low. we don't have too far to go to get to the mid-50s. a few bursts of sunshine and it's xwg to feel fabulous. 56 degrees for boston for the start to monday. we keep it dry for you. a few sprinkles potentially, but through 5 p.m., mostly clear, then mostly cloudy overnight. as more clouds move in ahead of our next cold front. noon on monday, clouds increase in coverage and we have the potential for a couple of isolated showers from the mass pike and areas south and east between 4 p.m. and say, 7 p.m.. by 6 p.m. the showers moving off the coast through monday night into tuesday morning. behind all of that, we'll get cooler temperatures. breaking down the next few days, it's going to feel very warm, but not going to be any record breaking warmth for today or tomorrow. tuesday, definitely not as we
that's the day we might tie or break a record. we'll keep you posted. 59 set in 1991 is the number to beat. 50s the next couple of days, mostly sunny. wednesday, 58, rainy, breezy. and then a return to winter looik temps saturday. 38 degrees. coastal storms too. >> thank you so much. the new england pond hockey classic draws hundreds of hockey year. the lake is not even close to frozen right now, so organizers are moving the tournament to a nearby lake instead, which has a nice thick covering of ice. unfortunately the lake is a lot smaller and there is not a lot of on-site parking. so right now they're working on a plan for shuttle buses. the academy awards are being criticized by lack of disver tee and missing big performances. coming up, a very different
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. jane fonda is coming to the coolest corner theater today. the independent theater is honoring the award winning actress for her impact on film and american culture. she'll be at a special screening of her latest movie, youth, for which she was nominated for a golden globe. she's been in over 40 movies. awards season in full spring. last night the screen actors guild award and there was a diverse cast of winners. included queen latifah. the film based on the boston globe's church sex abuse scandal. mark ruffalo made a great speech. >> honored these people, these victims who are dead and the
one of the most horrific things that our culture has allowed to happen. and this movie allows them to be seen in the world, in a world that has been blind to them. and so it is such an honor to be standing in front of you on behalf of them. >> other big winners included leonardo dicaprio for the room. i toss it to you, pamela, for a peek at our forecast. >> january feels
more like spring. a high of 50 degrees with some sunshine late today. forecast. off february.
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>> it's such an honor to be able to deliver the trophy. it's something that we played for as players. that's what the game is all about, this right here. >> and remember, wbz is proud to be your home for super bowl 50. you can catch all the action on the field and all of the great super bowl ads right here next sunday. make your plans. 6:30 p.m. . >> i can't believe its it's here. that season went by like that. >> it would be nice if we were in it, but we've got to still enjoy the game. >> yeah. finally, what are we doing? >> fantastic weather, actually. the next few days will feel more like spring of. today is the last day of january and we're ending on a high note with a high of 50 degrees under a partly sunny sky. afternoon. battle. monday, 56 degrees, chance for evening shower primarily between
around boston, the cape and islands, the best chance for seeing spotty showers. very brief as the cold passes through. cooling to 46 degrees for groundhog days. wednesday back up to 58. we'll be tracking a record high temperature that day. >> i'm liking your little tidbit earlier. by the end of february, we have an hour and 14 minutes more of daylight. >> yes, more daylight. >> that's the best. >> thank you so much. have a wonderful day, everybody. enjoy it and have a great week. we'll see you again next weekend.
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