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right now hurricane matthew slamming the bahamas hand heading for florida next. >> a super bug scare at a local high school students infec and indians set the to face off in game 1 tonight. good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it is thursday, october 6th, and one thing is on everyone's mind and that is matthew. >> that is matthew appeared here
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looking cold out there. >> it is really chilly, we're going to talk about the chill. it is 32 degrees in norwood right now. 37 in taunton as well. a chilly start but we're certainly going to least bound today really turning into a beautiful afternoon. the one thing you'll have to encounter this morning is some patchy fog. the out of the 30s and climb, sunny, pleasant 65 by lunchtime around 70 degrees. here is matthew category iii hurricane barrelling through the bahamas right now 115-mile per hour sustained winds moving northwest at 10 miles per hour and likely to undergo some strengthening over the next 12 hours or so and approach the coastline of florida as we head into this evening and parallel the coastline as a major hurricane through the day tomorrow and curve up towards south carolina and north
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of southeast hook and gradually weaken as we head into the upcoming weekend. we'll talk about what that means for us at home coming up in just a few. people along the east coast of florida are being told to prepare for the worst. >> right now the effects of the hurricane are being felt across the bahamas. hour is out there and the wind and rain are picking up. you appears to be a transformer exploding there. >> the u.s. military is sending help to hati. personnel will be sent there to help reach devastated communities cut off boot storm. mud slides may continue for days because of all the rain. at least 10 people have died. >> the southeast coast of florida will begin feeling the hurricane effects today. the governor urging people to have a safety plan in place saying it
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between life and death, and it appears people are listening. stores have run out of food, water and supplies. amtrak has suspended service in the southeast and more than 1,600 flights have been cancelled. >> forcing a lot of people to change their plans. . >> reporter: as hurricane matthew whipped towards florida one massachusetts couple had >> went flee down to jacksonville for my brother's wedding with the bride and groom on the plan. >> reporter: his brother had plans to marry in florida when mother nature stepped right in their way. >> discovered midway that the island is being evacuated where the wedding was supposed to be. the wedding was postponed. we did a mad dash and now back
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only story of matthew's havoc. >> they locked down their florida home and hoping for the best while they visited their daughter their luggage loading into. >> over there like crazy, the traffic is backed, people are evacuating the beach area. >> there's lines at the gas stations, i think gas is running out >> reporter: while some airports like fort lauderdale there's concerns over travel but also the loved ones left behind. >> we have some anxiety. >> reporter: many airlines are letting passengers change to a later flight without penalty. . >> if you are traveling fort lauderdale's airport is expected
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scheduled out of logan. and stay on top of the storm's track by downloading the cbs boston weather app. you can get updates on our facebook page or twitter or our website. today cleaning crews will scrub every inch of westford academy as several students were 4 students have the infection. administrators plan to take advantage of the empty building to disinfect. >> if your child develops any symptoms you want to get them checked out as soon as possible because mrsa although usually treated it can turn into a more serious infection. >> doctors are saying it's becoming more common to see mrsa in embrace where people come in
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5 years ago. the ending of a police chase in new hampshire. >> get on the ground right now. >> you can see that driver crashed and flipped upside down. a 22-year old was speeding and swerving on route 38 when the officer tried to approximately him over. he's due in court tomorrow to face multiple charges. and police have identified the bicyclist hit and an 18 wheeler yesterday morning. the driver stayed at the scene police are still investigating. a private contractor to take over a cash collection operation. earlier this year an outside review found serious and widespread security issues at the so-called money room from unlocked doors and vaults held closed with duct tape to a photo that shows an employee sleeping while piles of cash sat
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the nbta will recommend signing prinx to a $7 million contract. the union which represents thousands of transit workers opposes plans to outsource. a surprise trip to new hampshire for. donald trump. the republican nominee schedulen hall meeting. the format will be similar to st 's debate. yesterday trump rallied with supporters in hillary clinton is taking tip off from the campaign trail. meanwhile her husband campaign r behalf yesterday. . clinton and trump face off sunday night in washington university in st. louis. you can watch starting at 9:00 right here. the red sox and indians will
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>> reporter: no one liked the way the red sox regular season ended as the sox dropped 5 of their final 6 games but that doesn't matter. tonight the post season begins for boston. the red sox put in a solid 2-hour work out wednesday afternoon after a quiet monday and tuesday. >> i think those 2 days kind of helped us relax a little bit and get ready, kind of pushed the reset button. >> reporter: come thursday night the sox know the intensity level goes to full blast. >> right now when we w we want to smash it out the of the ballpark. >> reporter: meanwhile the sox expect a tough battle with the indians. >> everybody desperately wants to win, that will never change, but that will also never put a dent in our friendship, our relationship, whether it's on
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best friends in life. >> i keep telling everybody i wish he'd retire before the series and not after. >> reporter: nice to see you. i don't think i can say anything rude to you. you punched me once already. >> we have with more outtakes than anybody in the game. always good to see our friend but come tonight it doesn't matter again. led sox fans will be his indians. the national league now the giants and mets fighting for a wild card spot, scoreless in the 9th when san fran hits this shot. giants win. a little boy trapped under a car that crashed fool his
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in today's money watch a movie theater debate deal plus a major mall closing for thanksgiving. >> and a new concern about samsung's smart phone. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. samsung says it's trying to figure out why a replacement galaxy note 7 smart phone started to smoke forcing the evacuation of a southwest fluid. that plane was with still at the gate luckily.th his pocket when he noticed the smoke. the nation's biggest mall is closing its doors on thanksgiving. mall of america says it wants its workers to spend time with their families. the mall itself will reopen at 5 a.m. on black friday. >> you can watch the next face
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hillary clinton on the big screen, regal will show the debate for free. and taco bell is offering a few of its biggest fans a chance to sleep over. they're launching an air b and b, 2 beds, couches and a big screen tv. the winner can take 3 friends to celebrate the launch as canada's new ste do you want to spend the night attack could he bell? >> i think i would do it. >> would you want to stay attack could he bell for a night? >> reporter: i don't think so. it's the bed situation. >> all right. thank you. we also really like the idea of closing down the mall for thanksgiving. what difference does a day make? you can go on black friday. >> exactly and all the people
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families. the other thing you end up smelling sleeping attack could he bell. >> i love taco bell. hurricane matthew category iii hurricane right now major hurricane with 115-mile per hour winds moving to the northwest at 10 miles per hour. the bands have been impacting the bahamas along with the wind. it's going to continue to move northwest and affect the coa of florida. we have warnings that are in effect. and then also tropical storm warnings farther inland you go a little bit removed from the storm center but serious situation down in florida as matthew is likely to gain strength. paralleling the coastline here as we head into tomorrow morning and then up towards jacksonville and still a major category iii
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and then it eventuallily curves off to the northeast and look at the loop it starts to do moving back south and east and gradually weakening as we head into the day on sunday and the start of next week. good news for us here at home obviously the southeast united states on alert, on guard and prepping for hurricane matthew here. 51 in boston right now. we're in the 30s in some spots. a chilly start 35 in bedford. we're 54 in marshfield. a little bit of fog patchy but locally dense so places like orange and springfield you can barely see right now. just use caution this morning. other than that the fog burns off by mid-morning and we're in for a gorgeous day today. sunshine we'll be up
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high pressure in control of our weather today again tomorrow and into the start of the weekend. but watch with what happens. we start with sun and then the clouds are going to increase and thicken up pretty quickly. there will be a chance of late day rain and showers out ahead of this cold front that's going to sweep through saturday late in the day into saturday night. in the meantime we'll be at so call it warm today it's going to feel it. clear tonight, patchy fog develops again, 50 downtown, 76 in bedford tomorrow, 77 in norwell, low 70s at the coastline and our holiday weekend because matthew stays south means we're in for a pretty decent stretch through the weekend. there will be a chance of evening rain on saturday, saturday night, clears out by sunday, columbus day cool
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there's a car under me identify get out and evacuate my room. >> a little boy gets a rude awakening when a driver crashes through his bedroom wall. >> the impact of that crash was so bad it pinned him under the car. now, the boy is talking about the or deem. . >> this used to be my room, >> reporter: until early wednesday morning this was a 10-year old boy's room. >> it was the most i screamed in my life. >> reporter: he was sleeping on the bottom bunk. >> you're under the car? >> i'm under the car. >> what are you thinking? >> i'm thinking like, that wall there's a car under me i have to get out and evacuate my room.
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praying in the next room. >> all of a sudden i heard a nashua like a bomb. >> reporter: he charged into his son's room. half of this car was launched in the bedroom pinning him underneath. gas was spraying everywhere. >> are you okay dad, are you okay. >> i'm okay, are you okay? >> reporter: he suffered cuts. his mother and younger brother who were in the other bedroom were also checked out. the hospital too. police are still investigating the crash. >> thanks god my son was next to me. >> reporter: the family is thankfully okay but they tell me they are now moving. . an icon is returning to government center today the steaming kettle seen.
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boston globe reports it will be put back into place. it dates back to 1873. i had no idea it was so old. >> old pot going back up today. >> it needs to be protected more in some sort of glass box or something. ahead delivery damage. >> the local man taking on amazon after he says a van driver ruined his lawn, how the company is responding. >> plus the testimony hernandez's lawyers is tryingo have blocked. details when we
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the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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lawyers for hernandez want witness descriptions barred from his upcoming double murder trial. the defense is asking a judge to prevent the jury from hearing witness descriptions from the gunman. prosecutors say that's what cross examination is for. he's accused of shooting and killing 2 men outside a boston scheduled for december. a surprising admission from the man accused of opening fire on police officers. prosecutors say the 2 men setup a meeting with undercover officers to sell 3 stolen guns on tuesday. and one of the men confessed that they were planning to rob whoever showed up. police say when the sting operation turned violent one suspect held a pistol to a troopers head. there was a gun fight but no one was hit. both men appeared in
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for comfort. a man speaking out after an amazon delivery truck drives over his lawn. cameras caught the man making a u-turn on his grass but he says his driveway has plenty of room to turn around and says that u-turn ruined the lawn. >> honestly something as simple as an apology. it's just unacceptable to do stuff like that. >> amazon contacted him they will pay for the damage. a retired u.s. marine sergeant who underwent a double arm transplant in boston says he'll never take the gift for granted. he was injured in iraq but returned to combat in afghanistan. in 2010 he lost his arms and legs to an ied. over the summer he received the donor arms in a 12-hour surgery and has this message for the donor as family. >> your loved ones death will
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every day that i look down at our new arms i will drive on through the pain and i will never give up. being able to hold jessica's hand, that means the word to me. >> he's getting stronger with therapy and eventually he and his fiance will move back to virginia where he says he'll begin working towards his dream of becoming af. pipes and valves are in desperate repair and says one leak could be catastrophic. fixing the problem could cost 1 and a half billion dollars and take 17 years. we're finally getting to see tom brady back on the field at gillette stadium. he practiced with the team yesterday. it was his first on field practice since august 30th.
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to the roster just yet but they have until saturday to do so and you can bet that they will. tightened rob gronkowski says he's thrilled to have him back. >> he's our leader of our offense. he's a great player and it's exciting to get him back, man. >> as for sunday we'll start things off right here on wbz with patriots game day at 11:30 and kick off at 1 and immediately after 5th quarter post game show. >> what are we making? >> chicken dip. >> this is the best thing, with we ask what did you have and your list of game time food is off the chain. too good. >> that's what game day is for. >> you're right. a blast from the past. >> a classic diner being saved
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and old new england diner is getting new life the silver top was sold yesterday. it was built back in the 1930s and sat on a vacant lot for the last 14 years. the new owner has 30 days to move it. that's pretty cool. a lot of cleaning in store for those people.
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there. >> the food tastes so good. . top stories weather and traffic all straight ahead right here on wbz. >> the news at 5 starts right now. right now hurricane matthew slamming the bahamas as florida braces for the storm's impact plus how the severe weather is impacting travel up and down the east coast. >> and the witness statements hernandez doesn't want a jury to hear in trial. >> plus 4 students diagnosed with mrsa what school officials are doing today to protect other students. . >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz news this morning. . >> good morning. thanks for being with us. >>. >> it is thursday october 6th. we want to get right to a check of the forecast. we have an update on hurricane matthew. >> we always wait for the 5 a.m.

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