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. good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it is friday, november 4th. developing right now at 6:00, a pedestrian hit and killed on 128. part of the highway shut down as police investigate. >> benched. harvard university's men's soccer team suspended over a growing scandal. >> plus the final days on the campaign trail. new hampshire now in play and what voters in massachusetts but first right at 6:00 we want to get a check of the weather. >> that's right. danielle niles is in this morning. after two pretty nice days, we're dealing with a little bit chillier. >> it will be a little bit cooler today. but the sun will be shining. we want to let you know about something in ten minutes, 6:11 this morning, for five minutes, the international space station is going to fly by. we have clear skies in eastern massachusetts for viewing. you want to look to the west southwest. it's going to be traveling to the northeast. ten minutes from now.
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to work, walking the dog, look up. you'll be able 0 to see it. 41 norwood and taunton. 51 from provincetown back to hyannis. we've had some clouds on the mid and outer capes. so that will inhibit viewing. it's wooster county points east, we will get into clearing even where there are clouds right now. so partly cloudy. sunrise 7:22. cool and gust occasionally over 20 miles per hour. the ride home, clear and quiet. sunset at 5:33. temperature right around 50. we've got a weekend to talk about details straight ahead. let's see how that issue on 93 north is. >> well we now know it was at least five or six cars that hit debris on 93 north in wilmington. whatever that debris was, it disabled at least one of those cars. that car is blocking the shoulder before exit 40. so make sure you use caution in
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cleaned up. you can see some more back-up on 93 south in andover and woburn. then south of the city, your toughest right is on 24 north up to 128. traffic is also picking up on the expressway. kate. >> thank you. we begin with a beginning story. a pedestrian hit and killed on 128 south. we say the victim was hit by several victims. they're trying to figure out why that person was on the highway. three lanes of traffic were closed as police investiga this morning. an armed robbery suspect some brookline caught with the help of a boston k9 unit. police say the suspect helped up a bacon last night. nobody was injured. the suspect was found a short time later and is due in court this morning inch the harvard university men's soccer team suspended for the season over sexual comments about the members on the women's team. >> anna meiler is live in boston at the field this morning with reaction to this. anna. >> reporter: and chris, harvard university officials say there
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of behavior. so they're canceling the rest of the season for the number one team in the ivy league. the harvard men's soccer team will be sitting out the rest of the season for their so call scouting report using sexually explicit language. >> guys cross the line a lot i think one of these instances. >>. >> reporter: last week the school newspaper published an article on the 2012 scouting property, prompting the university to further investigate. offi rather continued into the current season and involved more players than previously thought. in a statement, the university's president says the decision to cancel a season is serious and consequential and reflects harvard's view that both the team's behavior and the failure to be forth come when initially questioned are completely unacceptable. >> i think harvard is taking the right action in terms of, like disciplining them. i think they need to set an
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taken. it might have been a little excessive to completely call off the team. but they -- they had to do something. >> reporter: the six women targeted by the 2012 scouting report wrote an article earlier this week, saying in part we cannot change the past but we are asking you to help us now and in the future. school officials say moving forward, they will team up with the office of sexual assault prevention to educate their players. reporting live from harvard university, anna meiler, wbz this morning. 6:04 right now. just f last day to vote early in massachusetts. secretary of state william galvin is urging polling locations to stay open until at least 5:00 tonight to give voters plore time to get to the polls. but many of those locations do plan on closing earlier. so check the hours before you go. if you miss early voting and you're not available to vote on election day you can also apply for an absentee ballot until noon on monday. new hampshire appears to be
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there in the final days. a poll shows trump and clinton deadlocked in the granite state. both candidates at 42%. 8%, though, still say they are undecided. wbz' nicole jacobs is live in new hampshire this morning. nicole, the candidates trying to woo those undecided. >> reporter: woo is a pretty good word, chris. it could go either way here in new hampshire. i can tell you hillary clinton will be in pennsylvania today. trump will also be in pennsylvania, ohio, and here in new hampshire. you may remember it was trump and bernie sanders who were the favorites here back in primaries. but now, trump and clinton are neck and neck. as the decision clock winds down and the candidates make their final push. >> we love new hampshire. >> reporter: new hampshire is playing just as big a role as it did in the primaries. >> new hampshire was never going
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how soon we forget just lab february she got waxed by bernie sanders in the democratic primary there while that was one of donald trump's best states. >> reporter: but as newly released polls show a virtual tie for the grand it state. voters show -- granite state, voters show exhaustion. >> they're both crooks. >> i voted for ross peroot way back in the '90s. i wish there was someone like him now. there's no good third choice. >> i would think people would have more common sense than to goit poll, hillary clinton and donald trump are both at 42%. putting a lot of pressure on the undecided voters. >> if i'm being honest, i'm still undecided. i have to -- i have to think about it a little bit more. >> reporter: chelsea clinton will also be here in new hampshire today campaigning for her mother. her mother will be here on sunday. and on monday, trump and his running mate mike pence will tag
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we're live in atkinson, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. and nationally this race is getting tighter. a new cbs new york times poll shows hillary clinton with a three point lead over donald trump. she was up nine points just two weeks ago. yesterday, trump rallied supporters in north carolina and florida. he warned that a cloud of investigation could follow hillary clinton if she's elected. trump's wife also gave her first speech on the campaign trail pledging to tackle online bullyif lady. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. we must find better ways to honor and support the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media. >> hillary clinton will campaign in pennsylvania and michigan today. last night she was in north carolina where she took the stage with bernie sanders and singer pharrell.
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campaigned on her march in florida -- on her behalf in florida. >> this isn't a voc. this isn't survivor. this isn't the bachelorette. this counts. >> stay with cbs news and wbz on election night. we begin special live reports at 7:00 and we'll stay on all night with the latest results on the race for president. then at 9:00, join us on boston.com and our facebook page for a special election >> it is six:# 6:00 # 6:08. police say robert adams was texting and driving two weeks ago when he got into an accident in the city. they say he then left the scene, police have cited him for those actions. no one was hurt. two young women hit by a car while trying to cross the street in dartmouth. that happened right near the campus. both women were taken to the hospital. the driver of the car did stop. so far no charges. the story the boston
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who led the investigation. last night at salem state university, former special agent in charge richard delawyer i yea and security ed davis discussed the law enforcement response and then rebuilding community confidence. a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit a scholarship named for fallen m.i.t. officer shawn collier. >> shawn had a commitment to serve other people, to serve his community. >> shawn has always been this our thoughts and the bombings. he's always on our minds. but it's for him and for the victims and the survivors of the bombings that we are here. >> collier was a criminal justice major there at salem state. a little boy brings a gun to school and now his dad is facing charges. lowell police say the 8-year-old thought the gun was only capable of shooting plastic pellets. but officers say it was real 25 caliber pistol. the third grader showed it to classmates at his elementary school school last week.
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and improper storage of the weapon. investigators say it appears the gun was in a box of materials belonging to a relative who is temporarily displaced about a fire. coming up on wbz this morning, a warning for drivers. >> the message you need to hear if you travel on 128 in the needham area. >> also ahead this friday morning, a new diagnosis in the death of a former patriots player. what researchers just discovered. >> plus, a father's outrage. his wife and twin girls hit-by-an alleged drunk during halloween celebrations in salem. now he's speaking exclusively to wbz. danielle, good morning. >> hey good morning. happy friday everybody. a chilly start. temperatures are running in the 40s right now. sun and clouds today. we come into the 50s this afternoon. not a bad way to end the week. it will be cool this weekend but overall i think you'll like it. i'll break down all the details. barry had a awesome visit earlier this week. this are the third and fourth
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the holidays are just around the corner. boston's christmas tree has arrived. >> the 85-foot spruce came into town yesterday. we want to invite you to join us for the tree-lighting. it's live on wbz saturday november 19th at 8:00 p.m. >> i'm in the spirit then. i mean, that's -- >> by then. >> by then. i like it then. then it's just the beginning. it's exciting. it's fun. >> two weeks. >> you have a month still tow shop. >> iw, there is time. maybe because it's been so mild lately. >> we'll be in the 50s this weekend. maybe that will help you turn the page into the holiday season. the sunset, don't forget, is an hour early. we get to turn those clocks back. there is something cool in the sky happening now. we have carlos, our photographer out there, taking the international space station -- >> like right now. it's hard to get it. you just saw it forea second there. there it is. did you see it?
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international space station float floating by. you can see it right here on wbz. it is moving -- >> it's bouncing all around. it's going to be visible for the next minute and a half or so. thanks carlos. great job grabbing that shot. i know it's hard to get, especially when it's moving across the sky. 53, let's talk about the weekend just briefly. 53 tomorrow. sun and clouds. breezy with i asprinkle or two on sunday. really, mostly try this weekend. we'll be around 50 trees so half of the weekend. sunrise today at 7:22. sunset at 5:33. then don't forget we turn those clocks back. sunrise is going to be 6:24 on sunday and 4:31 is the sunset. so i know, it's earlier and earlier for us early morning riser who like going to bed when it's darker out. it's a tough transition. 46 in wooster. 45 in manchester. clear skies. wooster points east are a few
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the trend will be to decrease the cloud cover, mix it with sunshine today. the rain will stay to our south. we do have a couple of week disturbances coming out of canada this weekend. there will be a but of a bust -- bit of a gusty breeze. tomorrow morning, here's the map 7:00 a.m., starting with sun, building clouds. a little green blip showing up there. not going to ruin the day again with sun and building clouds and temperatures a little bit cooler as we head into sunday afternoon. so high temperatures today in the mid-50s for boston, for bedford, 52 in nashua, upper 40s to mid-50s in fitchburg here. so right around where we should be for this time of year. mid to upper 50 from plymouth to taunton. tonight we're going to dip back into the 30s downtown, but the suburbs dip into the upper 20s.
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again. the wind will be a little bit lighter though so it will feel a little bit better. sunday does cool off a bit and it will be breezy again. so there will definitely be a bit of chill to the air. upper 40s to low 50s from north to south and we start a warm-up next week. low 50s on monday. 60 for election day with sunshine. upper 50s through the middle part of the week. one thing you don't notice, raindrops. it's going to be dry. situation on 93 north in wilmington. that debris in the road is a fuel spill. we have a live look at the scene right now. a truck lost about 150 gallons of fuel at exit 39, concord street. so five to six cars hit that fuel, that debris and at least one car is disabled on the shoulder. you can see some emergency vehicles on the scene. they are blocking the two right lanes. again, this is northbound on 93. this is causing traffic northbound but also southbound
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and we'll let you no he when it clears. we also have another heads up for you. parts of 128 in need al will be closed this weekend so that crews can remove this old highland avenue bridge. so starting at 8:00 tonight. crews will be taking it down in the northbound lanes will close. massdot is urging drivers to avoid the area tomorrow because both the north and southbound lanes will be closed. they say the bypass roads just can't handle the amount of normal traffic. >> during the weekend we're 5,000 vehicles per hour. our bypass road that will take you around the construction site will be able to handle about 4,000 vehicles. >> so the good news here is that this work should be finished in time for the monday morning commute. kate. >> good advice, thank you. twin sisters recovering after being hit by an alleged
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exclusively to wbz. richard git let says his -- gillette says his girls and wife were hit. the sisters suffered the worst of the injuries. police sate driver, 52-year-old dexter mitchell of beverly, was driving under the influence and then he left the scene. >> he left. you know, he struck two little girls and their mother with a car and then left and ditched evidence of what did and then showed up on the scene to stand in the back and wat thing for me. >> mitchell was released on $2,500 bail. one of the twins had extensive injuries. she had surgery yesterday and will hopefully be out of the hospital next week. her mom and twin sister suffered only minor injuries. new detill in the death of a former patriots player. kevin turner died in march at the age of 46. researchers at b.u. and the veteran's administration you i had his brain and yesterday
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most advanced stage of cte. cte has been linked to repeated brain trauma. turner was the lead plaintiff in concussion lawsuit against the nfl. the state of rhode island has its first woman leading the state police department. she has more than 40 years of experience in law enforcement. she started as a corrections officer and became a trooper in 1992. she will take over immediately and will officially be sworn in later this year. well looking forward to that extra hour of sleep this weekend? >> yes. and why it's all not good news, however. plus this could be the cat's meet yo. the cafi looking to -- pee owe, the cafi looking to open up. >> how brady and giselle got rid of their kid's hal week candy. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines.
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tes on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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every time a new charter opens,
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s like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. me owe, the cafi looking to open up.
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meow. setting the clocks back this weekend could put you at risk on the roads for a week. an insurance researcher called insured the box says there are a -- there is a 10% increase in crash claims in the month following the end of daylight savings time. that number goes up to 30% between the hours of 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. >> also turning back the clocks could be bad news for retailers. a new study from jp morgan chase found people spend less sunlight especially monday through friday. groesch ry stores and retail stores saw the biggest drops. >> i think that's true. trip add sizer is teaming up with the dining service eat with. that site matches foodies with profession al chefs for a private male. the service will only be around in new york -- private meal. well, boston is one step
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cat's cafi. according to universal hub a whizwoman pitched her idea last night. she's leased a spot hoping to have her 25 shelter cats running loose for customers to inter act with. the cafi wouldn't actually sell food but customers would be allowed to order it from nearby restaurants. >> okay. if it were little puppies i would be all about it. the christmas off the sweet way. a gingerbread house competition. if these past winners are any indication, it will be something to see. judging starts at 10:00 a.m. tickets are $15. how do you not like, eat them? >> that's the problem. halloween started off sweet for the children of tom brady and giselle. >> but it seems the brady bunch doesn't have a taste for regular candy. giselle told people magazine that she lets her kids try a
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candy. one piece. but they only took one bite and didn't want anymore. the super model says the kids aren't used to that type of sugar. so she gave the candy away to other kids who are used to that kind of sugar, apparently. giselle and her 6-year-old son, ben, dressed up as mario and luigi. her daughter was a pony. tom went as big foot. this story either makes me feel like a terrible, terrible mom or maybe there's something wrong with -- >> with the brady bunch. >> dare with we say it. >> i eat my kids eat a lot of candy. >> at least they let them have a piece. if the kids didn't want it, you're a good mom, kate. >> they wanted avocado ice cream instead. >> sign me up for that reese's peanut buttercup. a mother's fight. >> why she's suing umass over her son's death. >> we're hearing from the student now suing the school. why she says they failed to
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deadly crash on 128. a pedestrian hit and killed in waltham. the investigation underway. >> it's season over for the harvard plenty's soccer team. the players suspended over a growing scandal. >> plus the count down to election day. about 96 hours before voters head tote polls. candidates spending their final days with trips to new england. good morning to you 6:30 right n thanks for joining us. >> if you like the weather the past few days, too bad, it's getting colder again, right is it this. >> back to reality a little bit today. we're starting with the a's cities. andover 44 degrees right now. kids at the bus stop will be a little bit cool. attleboro is sitting at 43 trees as well. it will be in the 50s by later on today. 52 in providence right now. 50 in hyannis.
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other clear skies the farther east you come. a few inland clouds that will be on the decrease. we'll call it partly cloudy sunrise. 7:23. the wind today is something you will notice. it's going to be a little bit active from the northwest, ten to 20 miles per hour. 53 degrees by lunchtime. and topping out in the mid-50s. we cool down a bit for the ride home. clear, quiet, sunset at 5:33. temperature around 50. details on your weekend ahead. how is that fuel spill looking? >> not too much progress, danielle. we're still monitoring the scene here on 93 north in wilmington. sky eye over a 150 gallon fuel spill here. this is at exit 39. concord street. we know five to six cars hit the fuel and disabled at least one of them on the shoulder. two right lanes are blocked right now for clean up. there are severe delays in both delays. so try to avoid that area. also an accident on route three
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severe southbound back-up there. so a busy morning out there. chris. >> thanks. we're following a developing story. a pedestrian hit and killed on 2128 -- 128 southbound. police say the victim was hit by several vehicles around 10:30 last night. they're now trying to figure out why that person was walking on the highways. three lanes of traffic were closed down while police investigated overnight. the road is back open this morning. the harvard university men's soccer teal suspended for the season over sexual comments about members of >> let's get right to anna meiler live in boston with reaction. anna. >> reporter: chris, harvard university officials say there is zero tolerance for that kind of behavior so they're canceling the rest of the season for the number one team in the ivy league. harvard university's men's soccer team is accused of disrespecting players on the women's team with a so-called scouting report using sexual explicit language to rate incoming freshman. last week the school newspaper published an article on the 2012
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investigate. officials found that behavior was not isolated to that year but rather continued into the current season and involved more players than previously thought. in a statement the university's president says the decision to cancel a season is serious and congress consequence shall. and reflects harvard's view that both the team's behavior and the failure to be forthcoming when initially questioned are completely unacceptable. >> i think harvard is taking the right action in terms of like disciplining them. i think they need to set an example and say behavior is not acceptable. >> reporter: schools officials say moving forward they will team up the with office of sexual assault prevention to educate their players. 6:33 right now. four days to go until election day. and a new cbs new york times poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump nationally by three points. both candidates are using surrogates and star power to help get voters to the polls in key battleground states.
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>> we are standing against the possibility of returning and normalizing discrimination. >> reporter: hillary clinton courted voters in the crucial state of north carolina last night. alongside former rival bernie sanders. >> we're voting for the most powerful leader in the entire world. >> reporter: trump got a rare boost from his wife pennsylvania yesterday. who sought to appeal to women on antibullying message. >> we must find better ways to honor the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media. >> reporter: republican nominee held several events in north carolina. once again, bashing his opponent's e-mail practices. >> hilly thought nothing of putting classified information on her illegal server. >> reporter: despite the push by both candidates, a cbs news new
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voters have already made up their minds. hannah daniels, cbs news. >> and new hampshire appears to be up for grabs in the race. the candidates are both heading there in the final days. nicole jake sobs live this morning with more. good morning, nicole. >> reporter: good morning, to you kate. it is anyone's game here in new hampshire and that's why both candidates are making last-minute push to sway those undecided voters here. here's another look why. "boston globe" poll showing a dead heat with both candidates at 42%. you may remember trump and bernie sanders were the favorites here during the february primaries. but this tied-up race here certainly puts a lot of pressure on those undecided voters. . >> they're both crooks. >> i voted for ross perot way back in the '90s and i wish there was someone like him now but there's no good third choice.
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campaigning fog -- campaigning for her mother. mike pence and donald trump will be here in new hampshire on monday. we're live in atkinson, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. and rereminder for you here hurricane today is the last day to vote early. the secretary of the commonwealth has asked polling locations to stay open until 5:00, many of those locations will close early today. so check the hours before you head to vote. if yis unavailable on election day you can also apply for an absentee ballot until noon until monday. scott pelley and the network start our live special coverage at 7:00 and will stay on air all night. you can join us on cbsboston.com and on our facebook page for a
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cast. a new chapter of the mafia history could end today. a car with human remains is found underwater in rhode island. police were called to the brewers marina in ports mouth when someone saw oil on the surface. a diver found the car and body which had been submerged for some time. the person has not been identified but description of one driven by a 21-year-old who has been missing since february. a mother of a student who died of a drug overdose has filed a lawsuit against the university. she says umass police knew her son was on drugs but didn't tell her. instead she says police used her son as a confidential informant. she is also suing a campus police officer. a northeastern student is suing the school saying they
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after a sexual assault. morgan healthman says in 2013 she was drinking at a party at a resident advisor's apartment. a male student offered to bring her home, but instead he brought her to his room and sexually assaulted her. two days later, healthman reported the case to school officials. the northeastern conduct board found that the male student didn't violate the school's conduct code and they rejected her demands to move him out of her dorm. >> the expectation is when you drink that you'll get hungover the next kay and -- day and maybe wake up with a groggy head. you don't expect to be sexually assaulted if that does happen, you know, the school will take care of it. >> healthman says she still sees her alleged attacker on campus. she decided to stay at the school to work on issues of campus violence. northeastern released a statement saying they have not seen the lawsuit but safety of students is its top priority.
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look for new clues in his disappearance. norman lee went missing last year. his wife told police they somehow got separated in the water. now the fbi is offering a reward and lee's sister wonders if there's more to this investigation. >> the fact that they have now put out this reward and the case is still open, it just makes me question what was originally reported. >> a search a just ahead this morning, a check of the day's top stories. >> including a bakery robber in brookline. the hero who police say 95ed out the suspect. >> good morning. bit of a cool start out there. but a fair weather to end the week today with a blend of sun and clouds. the temperatures are running in the 40s right now. there are a couple of upper 30s on the map. let's check in on the cape and islands. john says 40 degrees with clear skies which made for great
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little long exposure. love this shot, john. glad you were able to catch it. there's the iss. flew by half hour ago. good weather this weekend. we'll break down the details after the break. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to
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cent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. . welcome back. 6:43 on your friday. school kids across massachusetts have something to celebrate. governor ian today recess day. he says kids knead the time outdoors because it helps development important life skills. >> that it does. >> i think we need to go out for recess as well. because you know what? we're just big kids. >> it's a good day to go out for recess. >> it's a little chilly. >> we absolutely need a recess today. i agree with that. the sun is going to be shining today. yes it will be a little bit on the cool side. as long as you have the fall
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if you missed it yesterday, we have had some significant improvement in the last week in terms of the area of severe and extreme drought, particularly south of the -- south of boston. you notice the southshore is in a moderate drought. obviously, still significant here. there are areas in red that include the city of boston through the merrimack valley that are still in an extreme drought area. up -- unfortunately although we did make some improvement this week, we are significant deficit. we need the raindrops and there are not many in the next week ahead. 48 in boston right now. 46 in wooster. 41 in taunton. a little milder on parts of the outer cape because we have a few scattered clouds. the skies are clear in eastern massachusetts. more inland clouds have developed, but these will be on the decrease over the course of the morning. there's some rain to our south.
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that. today is going to be rain-free. we'll get some building clouds and skies clear out tonight. the weekend looks good. here's the thing. we're going to take you through tomorrow morning, sunshine, there will be some building clouds and there may even be a sprinkle or two. but overall, by november standards, i think the weekend is shaping up pretty nicely. sunday will be a little cooler, a little breezy. so a little chill to the air, starting with sun and clouds. costal clouds will build in late in the day. we'll pick up again about ten to 20 so it's partly cloudy. cool and breezy today. the wind may gust occasionally over 20 mris. tonight will be much colder than this morning. mid-30s in boston. but some of the sub, likely to dip in the upper 20s with clear skies and the diminishing wind. sun and building clouds a little bit cooler tomorrow. 53. but then the wind will be lighter. it makes it feel better. mainly cloudy. isolated sprinkle saturday
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coolerment and cooler overall. only right around 50 degrees, keep in mind this time of year, we should be in the mid-50s. then you factor in the wind, ten to 20 miles per hour. we'll make it feel a little bit cooler on sunday afternoon. don't forget we turn those clocks back 2:00 a.m. on sunday as well. monday, 52 degrees warming up, 60 on tuesday. that may be a little conservative too. we may be in the low to mid-60s in some spots. sunshine to reason not to get out and cast your ballot. 57 on wednesday and we'll be the upper 50s with sunshine on thursday. how is it looking out there brie? >> a couple of issues. more than a couple. we have a few. severe delays on 93 north and south here in wilmington. that's from that 150 gallon fuel spill. that happened northbound at exit 39. five to six cars hit that fuel. it's a messy situation. the shoulder and two right lanes are blocked for clean-up. we will let you know when this clears. there is an accident in the
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trouble cove road. there is some severe southbound back-up. so just use caution. >> thank you. 6:46 right now. our top stories this morning begin with developing news. a pedestrian was hit and killed on once 28 south in waltham. >> plus say the victim was hit by several vehicles around 10:30 last night. what they don't know yet is why that person was walking on the highway. three lanes were shut down for the investigation but they're back open right now. an armed robbery suspect? brookline caught with the help of police say the suspect held up on -- held up the bakery last night. of the suspect was found a short time later and is due in court this morning. harvard has suspended the men's soccer team fort rest -- for the rest of the season. the players had published what they call a scouter report of the women's soccer players rating their physical appearance and using sexually explicit languagement harvard is currently the number one soccer
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in dartmouth. it happened right near the campus last night. both women were taken to the hospital. the driver did stop and there have been no charges. a happy update this morning to help military families celebrate christmas. toys for to the says it will replace thousands of presents destroyed by a fire in borne. last week, that building used by the cape cod military support foundation went up in flames destroying 70% of its toy donations. still to come this a touch match-up for the celtics. >> boston trying to get lebron james. >> the bruins with a big shootout down in tampa. who would be the hero? >> coming up what intelligence reports indicate about a possible terror attack on monday. the latest on the threat information. plus we'll look at the potential past victor for each candidates. more news coming up on cbs this
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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. a party in chicago this morning. the city honoring the world champion cubs with parade and rally today. the team beat the indians breaking that 108-year drought inch the celtics taking on the cavs in cleveland. rookie jaylen brown defending nba champs. and he held his own going past lebron for the dunk. the rookie earning a career high 19 points last night. the calfs win this 128-122. a close finish for for b's taking on the lightning down in tampa. tied at 3-3. it took ten rounds to decide this one. about threw you go. jimmy hayes sends everyone home. he hasn't scored since february.
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the patriots have a bye this weekend. tom brady named the afc player of the month for october. brady sat down for tonight's patriots's all access. >> 7 one at the bye. >> it's a good place to be. i wish we were 8-0. but 7-1 at this point puts you in decent position. but coach says seven wins won't get you anything in this league and he's right. >> much more from tom brady on patriots' all access tonight at 7:00 rigee here at wbz. 6:53 right now. time for a closer look at what's coming up at 7:00. >> let's check in with nora o'donnell. >> good morning to you chris and kate. ahead here on cbs this morning, cbs news has learned u.s. intelligence is warning three states about a new terror threat just before election day. and stephen colbert will be here
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massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help.
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. from a world series victory in chicago to new tolling on the pike. >> here's a look bike at the week that was. >> drivers are bracing for a tough right open the pike. >> everybody is going to be getting used to this new traffic
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a car. >> hazmat crews cauley to the scene. >> there were not any leaks. >> police are searching for masked men. >> those three intruders are still out there. >> a child trick-or-treating wound up with vodka. >> racist messages targeting a new hampshire mother and her young son. >> i don't understand this thinking. >> the curse of the billy goat is no more. >> congratulations to chicago cubs. >> we waited so long for this. >> flip the page, it's tuesday >> santa claus is in town. >> the new trend is seeing more and more parents doing no presents birthdays. they do say for children who can't grasp those consents, like, say, three to five, it may not work for them. >> or 30. >> or 30. >> exactly. >> don't worry we'll get you presents chris. >> thank you very much. >> it was a crazy week with when you look back. >> nothing in the weather department, though, i didn't see anything going on in weather.
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week. 50s this weekend. don't forget we turn the clocks back. and then election day looks beautiful. it's going to be up around 60. no weather issues. what a headache on 93 north right now? >> i know lots of back-up in wilmington. avoid the area if you can. >> thanks for watching everybody. cbs this morning is coming up straight ahead. >> we'll see you back here in 25 minutes. if not have a great weekend. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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whoa, this is awful, try it. oh no, that looks gross what is that? you gotta try it, it's terrible. i don't wanna try it if it's terrible. it's like mango chutney and burnt hair. no thank you, i have a very sensitive palate. just try it! guys, i think we should hurry up. if you taste something bad, you want someone else to try it. it's what you do. i can't get the taste out of my mouth! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. shhh! dog, dog, dog. every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, november 4th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? four days to go. hillary clinton makes a big city push for votes, while donald trump rallies small town candidate's path to victory. sources tell cbs news police in three states are being warned about a potential terror threat. they are all concerned about attacks before election day. >> only on "cbs this morning," the former wife of subway pitch man jared fogle tells us why she is suing the sandwich chain. she claims subway knew about potential problems with her husband years before she did. we begin this morning with a

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