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straight ahead. >> the news at 5 starts now. right now at 5 hurricane matthew slamming florida with waves, wind and rain, the latest storm track and a closer look at the damage. >> a deadly shooting in boston in front of a school bus with kids on board, what officials are doing today to respond. >> plus a tough night for the red sox the team losing game 1. we've got reaction from cleveland. good morning. it's 5:00 right now. thanks so much for waking up with us. >> it's friday, october 7th. we're going to get right to danielle niles with a check of the forecast because the folks in florida all along the southern eastern part of the east coast really dealing with quite a bit. >> obviously the center of the storm is just off shore right now but we're seeing these bands
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the center of matthew now is 40 miles east southeast of cape canaviral florida. 0120-mile per hour maximum winds right now moving to the north northwest at 13 miles per hour. along this track matthew is going to parallel the east coast of florida eventually weakening as it pushes off the coastline makes the loop back over at the start of next week. for us at home 54 in boston, upper 30s in taunton, while there is a touch of fogging this morning that's going to burn off and we're in for an awesome day today. it looks gorgeous. out of the 40s we climb, light winds from the southeast we'll top out in the mid-70s, grab the shades you're going to need them today. i'm
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>> thank you. let's take a live look at the bridge this morning as you're out on the roadways. you can see traffic moving along okay but you're dealing with a few backups because of construction crews. things so far on the roads this morning looking pretty smooth. a long night for people along florida's east coast as strong winds battering waves and a lot of rain hit the area. 2 million people were move inland. >> and president obama declared a state of emergency for florida georgia and south carolina. we have a closer look at the damage. >> reporter: overnight the outer bands of hurricane matthew began pummelling the florida coast with unrelentinging rain and roaring winds. the storm surge from the category iii storm sent boats in this harbor
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police were left patrolling empn rebuild homes appeared businesses, we can't rebuild a life. this storm simone officer. >> reporter: some people living on the coast who couldn't get out of town sought safety. >> they were either in mobile homes or vulnerable places. >> reporter: conditions here in orlando will intensify over next few hours. matthew is expected to slam florida all day with hurricane force winds and turn towards georgia. >> georgia reversed a lane of traffic yesterday. south carolina did the same as this beach bar stayed open for one last party. >> we're closed after tonight. we should be good after that. >> reporter: matthew is expected to move out to sea this weekend.
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power. meanwhile daylight will reveal the extent of the damage. the eye of the storm passed over freeport last night. a roof was ripped off a home, boats slammed onto shore and video showed significant damage to hotels. in haiti the death toll from matthew is rising at least 283 people a sadly that number is expected to rise. video yesterday shows entire neighborhoods wiped out. thousands of homes are damaged or destroyed and several towns are still cut off. look for storm updates on facebook, twitter and our website wbz.com. we have breaking news overnight investigators confirm they found part of the wing from
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found in the indian ocean in may. flight 370 disappeared in march of 2014 with 239 people onboard. so far only a few other pieces of debris have been found. also breaking overnight in roxbury police investigating a stabbing. it happened around midnight. one man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. police were searching the area and talking to potential witnesses. so far have been made. and about 10 minutes earlier police respond today a stabbing in china town. ems says a man was stabbed on beach treat and taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a crash and one person killed when a car ran off the road on 495 south crashed and burst into flames. police say the driver was trapped inside the vehicle. a deadly shooting in roxbury in front of a school bus with
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still on the loose. we're live in roxbury this morning with the latest. >> reporter: 3 young elementary school students were onboard that bus when a man was shot to death in the street. officials are bringing in crisis counselors today and in the meantime pleading with the public to help them find t suspect. police investigate a deadly shooting on deerborn street. 3 young students were onboard when bullets went flying through the air. >> they were crying. they had to get them off the bus. >> reporter: police say a fight broke out between several people around 5:30 on thursday. a man was shot in the head and was pronounced dead. police are now asking for help finding the
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to step up. we're going to be looking at all the cameras in the area. >> the commissioner says he's alarmed this violence unfolded in front of the kids. >> when you're doing it out here on a busy street with a lot of young children riding hope. i hope they didn't see it. >> reporter: neighbors distraught and in disbelief were at a loss for words. >> a lot of young kids around here. i don't know what to tell yo scary. >> reporter: the victim's name has not been released yesterday and boston police are stronging strongly urging anyone with information to give them a call. police are searching for a suspect in a violent home invasion in orange. an elderly man killed, his wife badly injured. we're live in worcester this morning. >> reporter: we understand that woman is still recovering here
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is now moving into day 2. >> one cop came over and asked me a couple of questions, was real nice to me, and all he said was ma'am, all i can tell you is something bad, something horrible happened. >> reporter: investigators worked into the dark thursday night. this was the scene throughout the day in orange, an investigation into a crime. >> and i saw 2 ladies out in the yard one was the other one was crying. >> reporter: according to the district attorney an elderly man was murdered and his wife suffered serious injuries the results of an apparent home envision. schools were placed on lock down based on guidance from police as the search began from suspects. >> they were a very nice couple. >> a neighbor says she heard nothing around the time of the crime. she described the couple as friendly and outgoing.
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work in his 90s. >> they got along really good. everybody liked them. it saddens me to think that something happened to them. >> reporter: and at this point neither victim has been identified by police. so as soon as we do learn more information we will certainly pass that along. . campaign 2016 now, a new poll shows a tight hampshire. the poll has clinton at 44% compared to 42% for donald trump. trump hosted a town hall meeting in new hampshire last night. the republican presidential nominee was with more reserved taking about a dozen or so prepared questions from an invite only hand selected audience of roughly 150 people. >> it's so -- even tonight they said donald trump is going to
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this has nothing to do with sunday. and it's like they make you into like a child. this was setup a little while ago. they were going to cancel it, and i said why are you going to cancel it? you want debate prep, i said forget debate prep. do you are really think that clinton is debate prepping for 4 days? she's resting, okay. she wants to build up her energy for sunday night. >> trump spoke for about and spent half that time answering questions. meantime clinton waved to reporters as she entered a fundraiser in new york yesterday. she's been off the campaign trail for the past few days cramming for the second debate. and you can watch that debate from washington university in st. louis sunday night at 9 right here on wbz. switching over to the red sox now they'll try to get even this afternoon with the indians
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loss last night. down one run petey strikes out. dan roach is in cleveland with reaction to that tough loss. >> reporter: a lot of frustration here in game 1. one of the things you could point to disappointing outing for porcello. he got lit up for 5 runs, shortest outing of the season just 4 and a overall a disappointing night for the right hander. >> how disappointing was at that for you tonight? >> it's tough. you go out there and give up 5 runs never how you want to start a series off. good thing is you know, we've got tomorrow and 4 games left in this thing. so we'll bounce back tomorrow and get after it. >> obviously a tough one? >> yes. >> close battle. >> yeah, yeah, tough to lose the first one but it was a good
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played hard, did a good job of scoring runs after we scored runs which is huge. so -- but i thought it was a good game, you know, get ready to go tomorrow. >> reporter: well the red sox will turn over the ball to david price. he'll get the start coming up in game 2. he's never won a game as a starter in post season. we'll see if he can turn things around coming up later on this afternoon. all right. coming up the latest on the mrsa outbreak at a local high school. >> classes set to resume today at westford academy after concerns about an outbreak in another community come to life. >> and a warning for drivers this holiday weekend what you need to know before hitting the road. and a lot of eyes on the forecast. >> thankfully the weather at home, a couple of showers that come in and that's about it and today looks gorgeous. bright
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the 70s for high today. in the meantime barry had a great visit. they talked all about the weather, did trivia. got a behind the scenes look. hope you have a great week end and a great last day of school to end the week today. . >> you know what's great? ? . >> everything. 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.
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keeps me healthy. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician narrator: independence usa pac
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if you've always wanted your own private island here's your chance. cedar island will go up for auction next week. it's only a 3-season property. there's no wifi or capable. which could be kind of relaxing though. >> no wifi or cable. i think that's good. help disconnect, you know. it looks beautiful. >> i think we all go in on it together. have a nice relaxing weekend. the weather looks beautiful for this holiday weekend. there's going to be a couple of showers late tomorrow evening and night. that's about it. totally different story down to. we're tracking matthew which is still a category iii major hurricane right now just off the coastline of florida right now. 35 miles
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the current gusts right now. you'll notice 65 miles per hour in melbourne. hurricane force in vero beach and the stronger winds are starting to extend up the coastline. the wind swept areas of rain continue too with heavy bands focussing just south of jacksonville right now moving to the north, northwest at 13 miles per hour so matthew is literally hugging the coastline and going to parallel the coast of northern florida through the st heading into overnight tonight category ii weakening just off the southeast coast of georgia passing south and east of charleston by tomorrow afternoon and weakening to a category i and diving off to the southeast and west. florida is not going to be out of the woods because this will still an tropical storm and may bring areas of rain again as we head through the middle part of next week. so pretty impressive the bands
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can happen too. we'll watch that closely. a lot of times they're brief weak spin up tornados that may happen. here at home 54 in boston right now. we're 39 in taunton, a bit of a cool start to the day. aside from a little bit of fog look at the radar we're quiet, in for bright sunshine today. grab the shades you're going to need them as you step out the door. there are some showers back through the midwest and great lakes. we've got a ton of moisture but it will bring a threat for a little bit of wet weather. the high slides you have the coastline tomorrow. tomorrow morning we start with sun. the clouds are going to increase and thicken up. the rest of the day looks mostly cloudy but mainly dry. it's the evening that a band or some lighter rain moves in. a lot of us get into some of the action late tomorrow
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shower. and then some gradual clearing will come in later on with sunshine back out by columbus day. highs today low 70s at the coast well above average for this time of year, partly cloudy, 40s tonight, highs tomorrow will once again manage to come up into the low 70s for many of us, another above average day, but then cooler air arrives. sunday will be in the low 60s and columbus day will be that's the pick though. next week back into the mid and upper 60s. let's take a live look at the roads. we'll take a look at the mass pike right now. things are moving along okay at this hour but volume is starting to build. you're on the brakes just a little bit through that stretch there. route 3, route 24 and 128 coming up from the
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we'll keep an eye on it though as we go throughout the morning. today's evening's commute is not going to be fun. dot expecting heavy traffic this afternoon for the long weekend. on the plus side the hov lane on 93 south will open up today at 1:00 to help keep things move along. give yourself extra time this afternoon. the attorney general is looking into possible criminal activity at roxbury community college according to the g this morning which says the investigation centers around a fundraiser last year for the college and the reggie lewis center. it's not the first time there have been concerns. in 2014 an audit found sloppy record keeping. health officials are investigating a case of tb at medford high school. officials say it's not easily spread. people are only at risk if they
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officials are trying to figure out who may have been at most risk. meanwhile westford academy is expected to reopen today after 4 students contracted mrsa including 3 football players. the school was cleaned yesterday, mrsa is a staph bacteria that's contagious. and a similar scare in swampscott, 2 people have also beenia fans this morning. >> the team falls to the indians in game 1. we have the highlights or low lights plus reaction coming up next. >> plus tom brady is back for the pats but there's a new concern about one of his
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. a tough start for the red sox. >> they lost the first game of their series last night. we have a closer look at what went wrong. >> good morning. porcello won 22 games this year for the red sox but picked the worse time to have his worse game of the year. he didn't make it out of the 5th inning and gave up 3 home runs.
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the bottom of the third when porcello started throwing batting practice. the game was tied at 2. one out later it was kipmis sending one deep to right, another solo shot and the indians have their first lead and they weren't done. next hitter also goes deep. sox lose game 1, 5-4 the finally. >> it was a pitches up in the strike zone and a night where this park played extremely small. warm weather ball was carrying a lot but still uncharacteristics stick for rick to be up in the strike zone as much as he was. it was probably the 6th or 7th inning where 2 outs on the ground. >> game 2 is this afternoon. the sox will send price to the
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his best. that's sports for now. the pats are getting ready for the browns on sunday. it will be tom brady's first game back, but there are now concerns about ede lman. he showed up on yesterday's injury report. because of his foot. he was limited for practice. . still to come in our next half hour an update on ki >> police on the scene of a stabbing, we'll have the latest on that investigation. >> they're begging folks in florida to evacuate ahead of the hurricane, many will not. . >> and it's another type of morning where the kids will probably want the sweat shirt and the jacket but then they can throw it in the backpack later on.
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bus ride home looks gorgeous, temperatures in the mid-70s. i am tracking cooler air. i'll let you know when it arrives and all the details on your holiday forecast are straight ahead.
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right now hurricane matthew slamming florida with rain, winds and rain. >> and breaking overnight 2 stabbings in boston within 10 minutes, the new details. >> changing course some good news for the gloucester police chief, why he will not be fired. welcome back. thank you morning. >> happy friday to you. it's october 7th. we're talking about hurricane matthew let's bring in danielle niles. dealing with a lot of wind and rain down that way. >> everything. absolutely happy friday to you guys. watching the eye of matthew which is now spinning 35 miles east you can see the center just outside of the eye wall that's where you have the strongest winds. these
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parts of eastern florida and matthew will continue owes a category iii major hurricane to parallel the coastline of eastern florida through the day today and eventually weaken into a category ii and a category 1 overnight and into the day tomorrow. 54 in boston right now. taunton has now dipped to 38. there are some cool spots. just like yesterday a touch of d it is a little bit thick in a few a. start but once it burns off which will happen by mid to late morning we're in for a beauty of day today. sunshine is going to be out. grab the shades, touch of fog this morning. out of the 40s and 50s we climb to 70 by mid-day. mostly sunny warm today near 70 at the coast for the right home. mid-70s inland. and the holiday weekend looks po . tomorrow we'll
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will win out, there may be a few evening or overnight showers. we turn cooler nice crisp fall day with temperatures in the upper 50s. let's get you out on the roadways this morning. a live look at the bridge right now. volume is picking up. there's a moderate volume as well as the connector. so far things are moving along okay. of course we'll keep an eye o you as we head throughout the morning right here on wbz. hurricane matthew along florida's east coast. the category iii storm is bringing strong winds, battering waves and a lot of rain, more than 200,000 homes are without power in florida alone. 2 million people were warned to move inland. the storm is expected to push north throughout the day. a state of emergency is in effect in florida, georgia,
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carolina as well. and despite countless warnings from officials to evacuate many residents choose to stay and wait out the storm. this morning we explain why one thinks those people are wrong. >> reporter: good morning. we haven't seen anything like in years a massive hurricane headed straight for the east coast of florida. floor governor rick scott has called for mass 150-mile per hour wind and widespread power outages with this blunt warning quote this storm will kill you. but if you live in the path of this monster who are you going to believe? every meteorologist and public safety expert or vanilla ice who tweeted from his home yesterday quote this hurricane is serious and coming right at me. i'm going to ride out the storm i'll keep you updated.
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studies show that 5% of a threatened population routinely ignores the warnings. in 2012 frustrated new jersey officials asked residents who refused to evacuate ahead of hurricane sandy to jot down their social security numbers on their arms with magic marker who their bodies could be identified later. well hopefully that won't be necessary in the wake of hurricane matthew. but the refusal to evacuate tells a broader story about public attitudes towards government in particular. if you're the type of skeptic who believes government never tells the truth it's easy to persuade yourself it's okay to avoid their warnings and in a culture that seems to value personal inconvenience or common sense and the common good no wonder so many will casually rib their lives and those of rescue
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itch. a better idea as vanilla ice once put it stop, collaborate and listen. we have breaking news overnight 2 stabbings in boston within 10 minutes, one man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was stabbed in roxbury. police were searching the area and talking to potential witnesses overnight. 10 minutes before that police respond today a stabbing in china town. ems tells us a man was stabbed on beach street and taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a local father is facing charges for dressing up as a clown and following a school bus. it happened tuesday. police say the man in the clown suit followed several middle school students from their bus and a bus stop. some of them were so scared they hid under a neighbor's backyard deck to
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this comes after a string of clown scares in massachusetts and across the country. an update this morning the gloucester police chief will now be allowed to retire instead of being fired. gloucester's mayor announced on monday that the chief would be fired for misleading investigators. she's now reversing that decision. he's accused of inappropriate conduct with 2 women. he will remain on paid leave until he retires january 3rdrd. addiction treatment prom that he started will continue. the mbta has agreed to hire a private contractor to take over its cash collection and money room. several union members were arrested yesterday morning outside the money room. the protesters blocked the facility and chained and padlocked the gate. police had to come in and cut the locks.
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help them save at least $8 million a year and another million that would have been used to upgrade the money room. still ahead a new way to get a frozen treat. >> plus the economic impact of hurricane matthew how much the storm is costing businesses. >> a shooter in roxbury who police say murdered a man in front of a school bus with young kids onboard. i have the latest
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welcome back. get your froy froyo delivered to your door. >> and the economic impact of hurricane matthew. we're live from the new york stock exchange with today's money watch. >> reporter: good morning. hurricane matthew could cost thn $25 billion analysts think it could be a lot more than that. thousands of flights cancelled. many restaurants and stores are closed and for only the 4th time in its history disney world is closed today. snapchat could be going public as soon as next march. the company could be valid at $25 billion or more. and a sweet threat sent from above a
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delivery. they sent packages of frozen i don't gutters to students at a nearby college. >> i'd be happy about it too if that box of all those different flavors showed up. yeah, one for me. >> dip over here, dip over here, you know. >> thank you very much. have a fantastic weekend. we'll see you monday morning. still ahead the so-called coolest job in the world is now hiring. >> also ahead the latest on hurricane matthew and breaking news this morning on that missing malaysia airlines flight, the new evidence that was just recently found. . >> plus an elderly man killed, his wife seriously injured in what police was a home invasion. the latest on a search for a suspect. >> good morning, everybody. weather watchers checking in with temperatures that are similar to yesterday. a little bit above where we were
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44 degrees with clear skies overhead. we've got some 50s on the map too. cathy in worcester checking in with 56 degrees, on our way to the 70s, a gorgeous day today. what about the holiday weekend? we'll talk about it in detail when we come baby.
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are trying to deceive you. bankrolling question two here's the truth: every 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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it's a sure sign that fall is here, take a look at the fall leaves in vermont. drone video showing the trees. you can see the brilliant oranges and reds brighten the skyline. >> so pretty. >> so pretty but you know what, it just makes me think of what's coming. >> no, no, just stay right here. you know, danielle, obviously this is like the time ea wondering how the drought has impacted it. >> it's impacted some more here in new england. but i don't know if you've noticed there are still some really beautiful colors even right here. and you picked a great weekend to go if you're headed north. we've had these pockets of peak color. and there's splash of moderate color all the way back down here in southern new england like
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there's some really bright colors. look at this taken a couple days ago. i mean this is just gorgeous. beautiful. the sun helped it out. the cool crisp mornings too so we get bright reds with moderate color. and there will be at least sunshine out for part of this weekend too and mainly dry weather to enjoy all of the fall leaves seeing you want to do. visibility is okay in boston right now, a little to cape that will burn off. so it's dense fog, this fog will burn off by mid to late morning and give way to a bright and beautiful day. 54 in boston currently, 56 in worcester but in the 40s in concord. so it's a school start to the day but once the fog burns off sunshine going to work its magic. we'll make a really good rebound. big area of high pressure still in control. there are showers back
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arrive to new england but not until later on tomorrow. so soak it up, i've said it before you know these days are numbered right. sunny and warm, 75 degrees, low 70s at the immediate coastline today. clueding up tomorrow we start with sun in the morning and the clouds come out. any sun in the morning will be limited and then the clouds they thicken up pretty quickly. most of the afternoon is d have outdoor plans you're good to go until late in the day that's when pockets of rain arrive. notice as it slides east tends to lose a little bit of steam. late tomorrow evening 9, 10:00 we may get a few brief rain showers that come through. sunday morning a few lingering showers early and a few more from the south shore to the cape. after that we get partial clearing that comes in particularly late in the day.
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throw. so on sunday as opposed to 70s, low 60s, more normal for this time of year. columbus day looks bright and beautiful. the pick of the weekend, the sun will be shining, crisp fall air in place. meanwhile we're keeping an eye on matthew. bands of heavy rain just outside of the storm center are impacting eastern florida, 120-mile per hour winds. matthew parallel the coastline of florida through the day today and weaken to a category ii and eventually a category 1 later on tomorrow. so big impacts down to our south for us pretty quiet. as we head into the long weekend we'll get you out on the roadways. you can see the expressway is a parking lot as expected for this time of the morning. this is by the gas
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go from the split on up. so give yourself a little extra time but no other major problems out there on the roadways to tell you about. a violent home invasion and a deadly shooting in front of a school bus. >> plus the latest on hurricane matthew. here are your top stories. hurricane matthew wrecking half visible on florida's east coast bringing strong winds and a lot of rain. more than 200,000 homes are without power. 2 move inland. the storm is expected to push north throughout the day. . breaking overnight investigators confirm they found part of the wing from missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the debris was found in the indian ocean in may. flight 370 disappeared in march of 2014 with 239 people onboard. so far only a few other pieces have
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what happened to that flight. also breaking overnight a crash, one person killed when a car ran off the road on 495 south, crashed and burst into flames. police say the driver was trapped inside the vehicle. they're trying to figure out exactly how this crash happened. . >> reporter: police are searching for a shooter in roxbury after a man is murdered in front of a school bus. officials say onboard when bullets went flying through the air. a fight broke out, a man believed to be in his 20s was shot in the head. he was pronounced dead. police are asking for help finding the killer. how school officials are responding to this violence coming up. . plus an elderly man was killed, his wife seriously
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we understand this happened in orange wednesday night. the crime scene though not discovered until yesterday off east river street. schools were placed on lock down in the area. neighbors describe the couple as friendly and outgoing the elderly woman still referring this morning as the search for suspects continues. we'll have an update coming up at 6:00. 11 years after a man was killed in a drive by shooting police have arrested their man suspect. camacho disappeared. he was just captured in floridas say he had been living. he's now facing a murder charge. maine republican governor may have to defend himself in a lawsuit after all.
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sunday. the wheelmobile will be here from noon until 4. anyone who shows up can apply. >> and danielle says you've got to do arm workouts because the wheel is heavy to spin. the week that was is straight ahead. kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm fighting for
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th control, strengthen and preserve medicare, and i reached across the aisle to protect access to mammograms. i approve this message because after all the false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know-
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welcome back. from the devastation of hurricane matthew to sparks at the vice
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very special throw back from one of our own. here's a look back at the week that was. . >> states in the south bracing for hurricane matthew. >> category iv storm with 145 miles per hour winds. >> more than 1,600 flights have been cancelled nationwide. >> likely to undergo some strengthening over the next 12 hours or so. >> campus on alert after a report of an armed person in a clown costume. >> 2 vice presidential nominees debate. >> i think he's a fitting running mate. >> i can't imagine how you can defend your running mate. >> tom brady back on the field. >> put down your coffee appeared pay attention to the story. >> danielle. >> that would be it, yes. >> can't stand how cute you were, you look the same number one, sound the same. >> a women's clinic at gillette. >> last year i are remember
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grinding going on with gronkowski. >> got a little while not appropriate sometimes for television but it was fun. >> definitely not appropriate. >> no. >> but danielle niles on wheel of fortune, the best throw back. >> we need to bring our own wheel and have her do it just for fun. >> all right. keep it right here. your top stories are
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the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools.
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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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hillary clinton is bottom barreding florida's east coast right now with strong winds and powerful waves. here's a picture moments ago showing the power o expected to pound the atlantic seaboard from south florida to south carolina. >> here's what we've learned the eye of the deadly storm has stayed off shore and that may have spared some areas from the worst damage but this hurricane is still dangerous and potentially life-threatening. it is now a category iii with top as you say stained winds of

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