Skip to main content

tv   Newscenter 5 Eyeopener  ABC  October 21, 2015 6:00am-7:00am EDT

6:00 am
>> now on newscenter 5' s eye-opener. emily: new information on the new york city police officer killed in the line of duty. the final call for one of the city' s finest. randy: toyota issuing a major recall. the risk discovered inside millions of vehicles. emily: a bicyclist left lying on the street in plymouth. the search for hit and run driver on the eyes for this wednesday morning. >> you are watching wcvb, boston' s news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5' s eye ope ner. emily: a man runs across the tarmac trying to catch his flight. the destination he was trying to get to. the trouble he is no in. -- now in.
6:01 am
that is not ok. randy: wait for me! i' m randy price with cindy fitzgibbon' s. a pleasant start. cindy: look at these temperatures. you' re thinking, all right. warm day. it' s 60 in boston. readings in the mid-50' s and worcester. but here' s the thing. temperatures go nowhere today. by the time the kids are getting off the bus this afternoon, it is going to be around 60 degrees. mostly cloudy skies. we want a light jacket today. a couple circle showing up on writer. south -- on radar. nothing heavy out there. on the lighter side. we are talking about a whole lot of cloud cover. once you get west of albany, there are few more showers lined up along this frontal boundary. now this front has stalled out in southern parts of southern new england, northeasterly winds are going to hold the temperatures down. unchangeable day.
6:02 am
notice by lunchtime, couples prickles. otherwise, a lot of cloud cover with a few breaks of sunshine into the afternoon. -- notice by lunchtime, a couple of sprinkles. more clouds than anything else today. temperatures may go to the lower 60' s. 59 the high today in worcester. let' s get you out to the rose. -- the roads. olessa: a live look here. let' s get over to the maps and head south 24 southbound and bridgewater. watching this accident by 106. two lanes blocked to the north side. once again, picking up that volume from avon to write off. route -- to randolph. there is a crash on 18 south -- on 128 south. as you travel the expressway, half hour braintree to boston. 495 to 128 and 93 south heavy down to andover. trains and buses running on
6:03 am
schedule. >> when the call comes, he ran toward danger. it was the last time he will respond to that call. randy: police in new york city released new details about it officer shot and killed in the line of duty. that officer was just 33 years old. emily: antoinette antonio following on -- new information about this gun battle that took his life. antoinette; : the officer was a third generation police officer. the suspect is in custody. holder and his partners were reported to east harlem neighborhood. the suspect opened fired on officers when they confronted him. holder was hit and died at the hospital. city leaders say this loss is a huge blow to the community. >> i' m mourning who a man who gave his life as a guardian for all
6:04 am
of us. we' re humble by officer rental holder -- randolph' s holder' s example of service and sacrifice. antoinette: the suspect was tracked down several blocks away. three other men were taken into custody for questioning. holder was a five year veteran of the police force. he is the fourth new york city police officer murdered in the last 11 months. emily: thank you. breaking overnight, millions of toyotas are on the recall list over a problem with their power windows. the defect can cost debris to build up in the switch causing it to overheat, melt and potentially cause a fire. two point 7 million vehicles are affected including the corolla, the camera, and the rav 4, they were produced between 2005-2010. no crashes have been reported.
6:05 am
the driver accused of hitting a man and then just keeping going. the eye' s jim in plymouth with what we know at this hour. jim: a lot of unknowns but we do know two things. the victim riding his bike. and two, he suffered serious injuries. let' s take you back to the scene on carver road. around 10:00 last night. police say the driver hit the bicyclists and took off. but crews were on the scene for hours afterward -- reconstructing the crash, looking for clues. at this point, there is no discussion of the vehicle involved. gather more information on exactly what happened on carver road to hopefully get some more information and get it out to you. we will keep you updated all day on wcvb.com as well as our social media channels. randy: a hardware couple is
6:06 am
7-year-old jack wa s found beaten and starved in his father' s home over the summer. the father andd his girlfriend are charged with five felonies, including assault and battery of a child. emily: now a college campus on alert. police releasing this sketch of a man they say sexually assaulted a student at bridgewater state university. police say the attack happened near our garage on campus surrounded by dorms. this morning they are stepping up patrols. the 18-year-old victim first met her attacker on kick. she agreed to meet him at a campus building monday night. that is when he assaulted her. students say the increase in attacks is disturbing. >> everyone is talking about it it' s happening far too many times that i expected. emily: bridgewater state requires all students to take an online course on sexual assault and prevention. bsu is considering reevaluating their safety plan. randy: a man is under arrest on nantucket.
6:07 am
this is a suspect. his name is david madison. he is behind bars this morning charged with kidnapping and rape in 2008. on bartlett road. in september, 2014 a rape on robert slang. matterson could be linked to other cases. the attorney general says she will not move to shut down draft king' s or other fantasy sports sites. she tells the globe her review is focusing on consumer protection issues, not whether or not the websites are legal. she suggested that lawmakers will have to clarify whether those businesses should operate current laws do not apply to fantasy sports. new york' s attorney general, s office, are reviewing the sites. strongly denying a report from an italian newspaper that pope fences has a brain tumor. a spokesman says the report is
6:08 am
frances does not have a brain tumor. emily: house republicans are working towards a deadline. ryan to be their leader. the former vp nominee says he will run for speaker but only if together and support him. until friday to make their decision. he has been reluctant to enter this race after john weiner abruptly quit and majority leader are the dropped out because of conservative opposition. commitment 2016 . is vice president joe biden changing his story about the raid that killed osama bin laden? he claims he advised the president to go ahead with that rate. vice president joe biden: i told him i thought he should go but follow his own in-state. emily: several times in recent years, biden has seem to say
6:09 am
vice president biden: i said wait another seven days for the following information. he took it under consideration. emily: leon panetta says biden did suggest that bin laden raid should be postponed for a week to allow for more intelligence. randy: the mb ta' s fiscal management control board meets today. several presentations are scheduled - including the latest from the good repair team. up for discussion, the plan to expand safety measures. subways cars getting a makeover. and the agency wants you to weigh in. these are new images of possible designs for the exterior of new orange, green and red line cars. you can vote on your favorites. we have a link for you to vote on wcvb.com. the new cars hitting the tracks in 2017. emily: a new recommendation in the fight against breast cancer
6:10 am
randy: experts new take on mammograms and its unintended consequence. saving money and holiday shopping. where you can get gifts cheaper and faster. emily: this man is scrabbling to catch a flight. his punishment after he ran across the tarmac. antoinette: we' re following breaking news out of new york city this morning where a police officer has been killed in the line of duty. 33-year-old officer randolph holder were shot in the head while confronting a suspect in east harlem. that man is now in custody. cindy: our temperature ups and downs, they are sticking around. when to expect the warmest day this week and our next chance for showers is ahead. first, take a look at the temperatures this morning. wow, it is mild. 60 degrees.
6:11 am
ready to head out when others head home. p at eversource, we prepare for ugly weather all year long. r upgrading technology, managing vegetation, r improving how we get information to you, t because we know you're counting on us. we're ready for winter, r and we want to make sure you're ready, too. r visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. r and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter.
6:12 am
enjoying the breakfast you love any time you wish. no way. introducing mcdonald's new all day breakfast menu. once, you changed how you ate breakfast. it's time to start
6:13 am
>> welcome. in massachusetts. good morning! randy: look at that front row. we have enough in the background to rev it up. good morning to all the kindergartners in somerville. emily: a lot of energy there. we' d love to see your class get fired up. to recall a wake-up call, go to our website at wcvb.com. cindy: after a couple days ago when it was that cold, today feels -- emily: can' t wear shorts. i need a ht.
6:14 am
cindy: up and down all week long has been the story with the temperatures. that is going to continue. making a run toward 70 degrees coming up tomorrow. so that will be nice. heading out the door this morning, it is not all that cool. average low this time of year, -- we are 60. that is the warm spot. we have mid-to-upper 50' s. in worcester county, few upper 40' s but 56 in worcester. over the next 12 hours, notice or temperatures to not really change. we hold in the 50' s in most areas to near 60 this afternoon. notice a lot of cloud cover through lunchtime and a few breaks of sunshine mid-to-late afternoon. similar to yesterday in that regard as we will see more clouds then anything else. also notice on radar this morning couple of sprinkles showing up down along the south coast and the cape. nothing terribly happy but a couple of rain drops dotting
6:15 am
not a bad idea to grab an umbrella, because notice there are more showers here. coming in from the west into western new york state. these are going to follow that frontal boundary into southern new england. by mid to late morning, couple of the sprinkles working in through lunchtime into the early afternoon. there could be a passing sprinkle. those coulds giving way -- those clouds giving way to a few breaks of sunshine. this is the dividing line between a mild air yesterday and cooler air with a northeasterly wind to the north. we see the cooler temperatures went out today. holding in the upper 50' s. boston northward. to the south, we may sneak into the upper 50' s but cooler than yesterday. tomorrow, still a fair amount of clouds hanging around. it is a wind that is pushing us back to near 70 degrees coming up tomorrow as that front pushes northward, cold front approaches late in the day. that picture go a couple of showers.-- that could trigger a
6:16 am
much cooler temperatures friday. 30' s on sunday morning. let me show you tomorrow as we a chance of a couple showers as that front approaches. i 3:00 in the afternoon, there coming into worcester county. the evening hours. so the chance for a shower, giving your lawn a drink of water, tomorrow. tentative -- saturday looks no washouts. next weekend. on the roads. olessa: been watching this accident 24 southbound. in bridgewater. 1-6. the northbound side picking up delays on route 106. 24 heavy from avon to randolph. on 95 from sharon.
6:17 am
watching volume from 225 to the braintree split. there is an accident by route 3 7. by adams street pike eastbound 15 minutes. andover. pond. trains and buses still on time. randy: a plea deal for a man a denver airport. tarmac. this was in august. he was try to catch a flight to his high school reunion. he missed the flight. he was originally charged with endangering public transportation. in hindering transportation. under the plea deal he has played guilty to a lesser charge of misdemeanor tampering. he' s on probation for two years and will perform community service. emily: criticism this morning over new controversial guidelines on breast cancer screenings. new recommendations from the
6:18 am
instead of 40. but there is concern that could lead insurance companies to mammograms before 45. brien of leahy operation -- outpatient cancer center disagrees or she says their health. >> women need to consult with their doctors on more than ever, women need to be their own advocates. emily: newscenter 5 also talked with dr. jim michael finn who served on the subcommittee that suggested the new recommendations. and he insists these are just minimum guidelines. asian stocks mixed this morning ahead of the european central bank policy meeting later this week. stock futures are higher following tuesday' s losses. the dow falling 13 points. randy: in business news, new opposition to a bill that would allow liquor stores to open on thanksgiving. it'
6:19 am
s coming from the store owners. they argue that business would not be enough to sacrifice time spent with family and friends. thanksgiving, memorial day, christmas are the three holidays were liquor stores are banned from opening in massachusetts. backers of the bill says there is business on thanks giving to liquor stores across state lines, in new hampshire. emily: yes, it is october, but retailers are getting ready for the holiday shopping season. why shouldn' t you? you have probably seen the sale signs. most consumers are starting to shop earlier. still, they say there are things better bought now and others that can wait. >> if youare starting to look as shopper things like home decor, fall fashion, even toys, i would pick those up now because you' re going to find deep discounts. if you want to save some time, i would look to november and black friday for things like home electronics and even computers. emily: one last thing to keep in
6:20 am
mind. try to scope out in store perks like cask back rebates. 64 days and 17 hours until christmas. randy: i was not wondering. emily: now you know. randy: bacteria turned into art. a mansion with a very low price take. emily: there is a catch. we will explain ahead in eye poppers. antoinette: coming up at 6:30 some drivers on the mass pike could soon be paying more for gas. the hike that was just approved. a flying tire causes chaos on 495. the points of impact that nearly caused a disaster. reid: good morning. doctor accused of taking. a bathroom
6:21 am
for the girl scout meeting... ok! for the soccer team... for the girl scout meeting... how many meetings are you having?! stop & shop just dropped prices on thousands more items. which makes the checkout lane, victory lane.
6:22 am
emily: 6:24 on your wednesday morning.
6:23 am
cannot rule out a few passing sprinkles. look at those temperatures either side of 60 today. we will make a run towards 70 tomorrow. much warmer for your thursday. there will be a shower late in the day. that will bring in cooler air. highs only in the mid-50' s with sunshine on friday. emily: 6:25. your morning i poppers. not heat b not oil used to create masterpieces. re-creating van gogh' s starry night using bacteria. the explore the beauty of infectious bacteria. olessa: i mean, and it' s going viral. emily: get it? randy got it. slow on the uptake. olessa: this mansion is up for seo. but there is a catch you have to pay to moveit.
6:24 am
the property is being converted into a parking. the 30 room home is on the market for $30,000. it is worth more than $600,000. the cost to move it is $300,000. 40 30 rooms? i can' t keep up with two. randy: could be a deal for somebody. a version of the tv show shark tank hosted by the sam adams b eer founder. what he found while looking for the next big thing. officer randolph holder killed and lined of duty last night in east harlem. a suspect is in custody.
6:25 am
r mmm... nothing like johnsonville breakfast sausage. r delicious and packaged with nothing to hide. t no secrets. just like our family. r well there is one. folks, i'm not your grandma. just a handsome kind heartedr drifter who wandrered in years ago r and stayed for all the yummy sausage. feel bad about lying. nap time. i got her. r seriously? i feel like i just woke up. ha ha ha! fully cooked johnsonville breakfast sausage. we don't make sausage.
6:26 am
6:27 am
randy: breaking overnight, a police officer gunned down in the line of duty. what we learned about the gun battle that took one of new york' s finest. emily: a worcester doctor under five. the unsent l.a. accusations about an incident in the women' s bathroom. randy: gas hike on th e highway. the community raising prices for drivers on the pike. emily: the future is here. >> great scott! emily: the film favorite being celebrated and the predictions that might surprise you. >> we don' t need roads. emily: on the eye. >> you are watching wcvb, boston' s news leader. this is newscenter 5' s eye ope ner. randy: this wednesday morning, we picked a nice quiet spot in boston. the southeast expressway in the distance. as folks head to work at this early hour. i' m randy price. emily: i'
6:28 am
no solar glare. it is very noticeable later and later. cindy: 7:04 this morning. 7:16. then we turn those clogs back -- clocks back halloween night. the sun will be up an hour early. so the sunrise will be 6:17 as you head back to work after the halloween weekend. 60 degrees in boston. otherwise, lots of 50' s out the door this morning. maybe a light jacket of the bust up this morning but look at the temperatures the kids getting off the bus this afternoon. they are going to hold in the upper 50' s to near 60 today. mostly cloudy skies. couple of sprinkles now in where have. -- wareham. a few more sprinkles could move through as we go for late this morning to lunchtime. we dry out this afternoon. a frontal boundary stalled in our area. to ourselves, a northeasterly
6:29 am
is why temperatures do not go anywhere. withhold it into the mid to upper 60' s through the day. a chance of a few sprinkles. but it does warm up tomorrow. coming up. roadways, and you had quite a morning. olessa: most of them south of town. first a look outside 93 in somerville. let' s get to the maps. south on 24, there is an accident in bridgewater. northbound delays building into 106. beyond that, estate heavy on 24 up to 128. slow from 228 to the braintree split. heavy out of sharon. a crash on 128 south. 30 minutes braintree to boston. more delays i-93 south from -- to andover and toward
6:30 am
wellington. it takes up by congress street and stays heavy to the leverett connector. overnight. a 33-year-old police officer is chasing a suspect in new york' east harlem. randall halter was a third generation police officer. randy: 2.7 million toyota vehicles are being recalled because of the power window buttons. they can short and start a fire. no injuries have been reported. the affected models were made between 2005 and 2010. right now plymouth police are investigating a hit-and-run crash. the driver hit a man on a bicycle and then kept going. the victim was seriously injured. jim is there. he will have an update in news to go. emily: a doctor is off the job facing some unsettling accusations.
6:31 am
morning with what we know right now. reid: that dr. is also an assistant professor here at umass medical school. accused of snapping a picture on his cell phone of a woman while at the school. is on paid leave. accident they and was checking e-mails on his phone. just yesterday, a clerk magistrate found probable cause to charge dr. cooper with photographing and unsuspecting person and disorderly conduct. the springfield republican reports of victim is a 26-year-old medical student richard told police she saw a shadow figure outside her stall. looked up and saw a cell phone, and heard a click. all of this happening last months. dr. cooper will be arraigned on
6:32 am
randy: a close call in lawrence after a chain reaction crash happened on interstate 495 this morning. a couple say they are lucky to be alive. >> i' m amazed how much damage there is to this and no damage to me or my wife. randy: peter says he did not swerve when the flying tire came at his family appeared the impact did send his trailer onto its side. seconds later, the tire hit a car. it has fallen off a tractor-trailer going in the opposite direction. you can see the bare axle where the tire should be. >> i think i' m fortunate to be alive. i relaly th -- really think so. randy: we are waiting to hear from the company that owns a tractor-trailer. police are still trying to find out what caused that wheel to pop off. emily: drivers on parts of the mass pike may have to pay more for gas.
6:33 am
a town meeting gave them their approval for a local 3 cent gas tax. pumps within the town' s limits, and a on route 20. that money would be used to buy new vehicles from -- for police, fire and highway departments. $500,000 a that gas task would need -- that approval. we will keep you posted on what emily: thanks. a second autopsy will be performed on the body of bella bond. her mother and her boyfriend were in court tuesday as a judge approved the defense request to re-examine the child' s remains. exactly how she died. michael mccarthy is charged with bella' s muder. h -- her murder.
6:34 am
local entreprene urs trying to catch the eye of the sam at his father. randy: a disturbing finding inside this school. forcing difficult conversations. emily: we continue to follow breaking news pretty officer killed in new york city was just 33 years old.
6:35 am
[ female announcer ]r r just about the going. and being connected all along the way. whether you're working or recharging, r r do business travel on your terms. acela. take off. wow, that is good delicious introducing milkwise original with 46% fewer calories, 33% less sugar, and 50% more calcium than 2% milk it's great taste and better nutrition new milkwise
6:36 am
olessa: so far busy morning, especially heading south. 24 southbound we are watching a crash. two l anes blocked. another accident 128 southbound by route 37. a new accident on 128 south. cindy: temperatures on the mild side this morning. in the 50' s to near 60 degrees. i checking a couple of sprinkles south on boston. the chance for a few sprinkles throughout the day. we hold in the upper 50' s, close to 60 today. but making a run towards 70 tomorrow. enjoyed it. -- enjoy it. it does turn colder towards the weekend.
6:37 am
sam adams founder behind the idea searching for the next big thing. the small business starts go for before a panel and they have two minutes to sell their idea. >> today, aveo is the cleanest and healthiest product in the mayonnaise product. sam: we want to keep people from making mistakes i made and survived. emily: aveo an avocado mayonnaise was the winner. and the founder goes to the finals in new york city. randy: we have updates ahead on to breaking stories. the final confrontation for a new york city police officer killed on the job. the new recall affecting millions of toyota drivers. plus the future is now. the accurate predictions of "back to the future" on the day
6:38 am
t[ duck quacking and wind whistling ] [ clacking ] t - hey, jim. - hey, doug. okay.
6:39 am
tested tough in
6:40 am
emily: 6:44. your news to go. antoinette: breaking news on the murder of an nypd officer. jim is in plymouth with a late-night hit-and-run. randy: reid has troubling accusations that has a umass dr. facing allegations.
6:41 am
cindy: quite a ride temperaturewise. yesterday was in the mid-60' s. down again today beheaded way up again tomorrow. right now there is a frontal boundary dropping southward. that is going to allow a cooler northeasterly wind to push that mild air to our south. along that front, a lot of clouds. couple of sprinkles south of boston. you can see them around places like -- like wareham. they' re very light. as we go towards lunchtime, there could be a few more sprinkles. not a bad idea to have an umbrella with you. we will dry it out mid to late afternoon. temperatures hold steady throughout the day. we are in the mid-to-upper 50' s. that is where we stayed throughout the day with that northeasterly wind at 5-10 miles per hour. that front loses north tomorrow. a frontal about her will press through tomorrow evening and as
6:42 am
it does so, it will open up the door to let colder air move n in. a better chance of seeing a few showers, especially mid afternoon on thursday through the evening hours. then we clear it out. back to bright sunshine on friday. look at the temperature dropped from 70 tomorrow. looking for highs in the mid 50' s under bright sunshine on friday. get to our -- out to the roads. olessa: a live look at the expressway. let' s get over to the maps and see what else is going on. as we make your way south, that crash on 24 south in bridgewater still out there by route 106. the northbound side picking up delays from 495. it stays heavy to 128. 225 to the brain street split. 128 south at route 37, there is still a crash there. braintree to boston. pike eastbound stop and go. there is an accident by route 9.
6:43 am
is heavy from 495 to 128. 93 south heavy out of pursuing -- out of pursuing -- emily: new information after a new york city police officer is gun down. randy: antoinette antonio is he with what we know now. antoinette: officer randolph holder was killed last night after police say he was shot in the head while chasing a suspect. the 33-year-old and his partners were responding to a report of shots fired in manhattan' s east harlem neighborhood. police say the suspect opened fired on officers when they confronted him. holder was pronounced dead at the hospital. the house back -- the suspect along with three other men were taken into custody. holder is the fo urth new york city police officer murdered at 11 months. randy: millions of toyotas are on a recall this this morning. over a problem with their power windows.
6:44 am
the switch, causing it to overheat and potentially cause a fire. 2.7 million vehicles in north america are affected including corollas, camrys and rav 4' s. we have all the information on wcvb.com. no crashes have been reported. reid: still no arrests in a hit-and-run crash that happened in plymouth around 10:00 last night. this happened on carver road. as you take a look at the scene, you can see evidence markers on the road. police believe somebody struck a person on a bicycle while riding on that route. that person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. still, even though they spent hours reconstructing the crash, there is no information as to a licensed late or suspect in this crash. randy: a do
6:45 am
assistant professor at umass medical school is off the job after being accused of committing a lew crime. dr. mark c hs us cooper has been charged with taking a picture of a woman in a bathroom stall. he says he was checking e-mails bathroom accidentally. the magistrate not buying his story found probable cause to charge him. 16. emily: the vatican strongly denying a report from an italian newspaper that pope frances has a brain tumor. a spokesman says the report is unfounded. the editor tells the associated press that despite the denial, it is standing by the story. randy: a hartman couple is expected in a court in the case of extreme child abuse. the 7-year-old was found beaten
6:46 am
the father and his girlfriend, alexander chatter, are charged with five felonies including assault and battery emily: a college campus on alert to police releasing the sketch of a man they say sexily assault at a student at bridgewater state university. this attack happened near a garage on campus monday night. the 18-year-old victim that her attacker -- met her attacker via social media. police are stepping up patrols. the opioid crisis. city council members and loyal -- loweel ll want opioid education to be part of the school commercial them. they met yesterday to put together a plan to incorporate that education into the system. it follows a report highlighting 42 overdose deaths just this year. randy: a disturbing find ina s chool. a swastika in the middle school restroom.
6:47 am
police have met with students at the school to discuss the seriousness of this. offices do not believe a specific student was targeted. a new push to remove the mississippi flag from the campus of ole miss. student senators have voted to ask the school to take it down. since 1894, the mississippi flag as had the confederate battle emblem in the upper left corner. the residents chose to keep the flag during the 2001 statewide vote. emily: the u.s. and russia have reached an agreement to avoid conflict between pilots and drones in airstrikes in syria. there have been recent incidents of russian warplanes flying close to american aircraft. syrian president assad met with russian president vladimir putin in moscow yesterday. russia began airstrikes last months. randy: a daring leap in alaska. a man with his cat tucked in his jacket jumped onto a rescue ship. the coast guard with this video. on tuesday.
6:48 am
the sailor says he lost his reading and rudder and became stranded. emily: bob barker is back at home after a serious fall landed him in the hospital. his publicist says the former prices right host stumbled on on even pavement during his daily walk yesterday. his leg needed stitches and a cut to his head. the 91-year-old walked out of the hospital on his own. randy: honoring former b.u. hockey player travis roy. 20 years ago, roy crashed into the boards and became paralyzed 11 seconds into his first college game. the city declared yesterday travis roy day, featuring special events to raise awareness and money for spinal cord injury research. the travis roy foundation has awarded $2 million in grants for research. emily: the cubs down 3 games in the nfc has. top of the third. danny murphy driving this went deep for a solo home run.
6:49 am
cespedes. hits one to left field kyle schwab or cannot make the play and david wright scores. the mets take this one 5-2. commanding lead in the series over the blue jays. the first inning. jays came back with two of the room. that is all that would get. the royals continue to hammer away. 14-2, the final. >> there it goes. the long drive. if it stays fair, home run! emily: it was one of the best games in world series history. 40 years ago today on the brink of elimination, red sox catcher fisk wills that home run to stay fair. it was the 12th inning in game six of the 1975 series. that gave boston a 7-6 win. it forced a deciding game seven. that homer and that frantic
6:50 am
randy: some things have been predicted. "back to the future" day is here. emily: october 20 1, 2015 is the day that marty mcfly arrived in the future from 1985 in that classic 1980' s film. it envisioned a colorful 2015 with flying cars, hoverboards, and self tying shoelaces. there were some accurate predictions like using your finger to point and pay on screen. flat screen tv' s where you can watch multiple channels. drones flying in the sky. and videoconferencing. one miss, though. the cubs winning the world series over miami. florida did not even have a major league team at the time. that matchu p p could not happen today because both teams are in the national league. for a full list of you want to check out all of these, had to wcvb.com.
6:51 am
olessa: we are watching a few problem spots, especially heading south. expressway. let' you make your way southbound on 24 we are still watching this crash by 106. that is blocking the lane northbound side heavy up to 128. another accident 128 by exit 37. braintree to boston, 35. another crash by route 9. 495 to 128. 93 south heavy. supplementing down to spot pond. so far, the trains and buses are running on schedule. cindy: not so bad. we had a blanket overnight. in the form of all of these clouds you can see now that the sun is getting closer to the horizon. sunrise at 7:04. a couple of sprinkles moving towards you around plymouth. and seven worcester county. a lot of clouds this morning. we are going to hang onto these
6:52 am
they are rolling in our direction. as we go from this morning through lunchtime, may be encountering a passing sprinkle in your community. good idea to have a number low with you. they tend to dry out this afternoon but clouds giving way to a few breaks of sunshine. a mostly cloudy day. 56 in worcester. 60 out the door in boston. s with that northeasterly wind. this front of bronte which is bringing in the cooler air today lifts -- this frontal boundary which list north tomorrow. tomorrow, look at this. degrees with a southwesterly wind. fair amount of clouds. the middle of the afternoon. approaching from the west. once it clears our area tomorrow night, notice how the skies clear. reading.
6:53 am
the writer weekend day -- more clouds and a spot shower on sunday. -- the brighter weekend day. emily: maybe the boys get to wear shorts today. cindy: tomorrow. they are hoping. emily: thank you for joining us. we appreciate it.
6:54 am
6:55 am
6:56 am
6:57 am
6:58 am
6:59 am

20 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on