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get out of the past. get fios >> from boston' s news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at noon. erika: thanks for joining us. emily: here are some of the big stories we are following for you. the mother of bella bond held on $1 million bond after a court appearance this morning. rachelle bond is charged with murder. chipotle.
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turn over a number of documents into a criminal investigation in a nora virus investigation in california. emily: saugus firefighters were forced to save their own. erika: we have the scary moments for those firefighters for us. doug: only seven hours since this fire first broke out and it continues to smolder. earlier this morning, it was a very close call for three local firefighters. the early morning call came in around 5:00 a.m.. when firefighters arrived, the home was fully engulfed and they quickly went to three alarms. it also quickly turned to a few stressful moments for the men who entered the building. >> a call for may day came in. doug: upon entry, two teams split up.
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firefighters were overwhelmed by smoke and heat. >> the fire captain was able to pull the firefighter in front of him out, which was a fire lieutenant from saugus. the firefighter and the fire lieutenant were able to pull one of our firefighters out the window. doug: one of the firefighters was spotted only moments after being rescued. >> are you ok? >> i' m good. thank you. >> i would say the firefighters on scene saved the lives of my men. doug: by daybreak come the fight not over. temperatures. living at the home were all able to escape without injury. nearby ambulance. >> the family was in bed and they heard a noise downstairs house after. the fire crew showed up at that point. doug: the firefighters'
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were minor in nature. on a side note, the on and off ramps to essex street to route 1 north should be reopened by this evening' s commute. >> new at noon, a second fire just a short time later in essex. firefight orders -- firefighters battling the fire on main street and pickering. >> the mother of bella bond, the little girl found dead on deer island, is being held on $1 million bail. todd' legal move. todd: good afternoon. morning at suffolk superior after the fact. her attorney acknowledges that in the months that people all over the country were trying to identify baby doe, that bond knew exactly who the girl was and what happened, but said she could not forward -- come
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the control of her boyfriend, the alleged killer. rachelle bond makes her first court appearance since the suffolk county grand jury indicted her for being an accessory after the fact to the murder of her own daughter. >> she knew immediately that her daughter was dead and went to hold her, but mr. mccarthy prevented her from seeing her daughter. todd: throughout the arraignment, she was trembling and being comforted by her attorney. her boyfriend is charged with killing bella after she refused to go to sleep in the spring of 2014. the body was initially put in a trash back and stuffed in this refrigerator and then eventually tossed into the harbor. >> mr. mccarthy took the duffel bag and threw it over a sea wall into the water. todd: months after the body washed up, the child' s biological father asked repeatedly to meet his daughter.
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one of mccarthy' friends. >> she broke down crying and daughter again. of course. had murdered bella. her attorney insisted that in the months after the murder, she had been under the control of her boyfriend, michael mccarthy. >> there are issues of emotional control, psychological control. she was very heavily using drugs at that time, unfortunately, that mr. mccarthy was providing. todd: bond is also charged with larceny for allegedly accepting and spending $1400 of bella' s public assistance money after the two-year-old was dead. high bail. >> our blast of winter appears to be taking an early break.
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it feels balmy outside compared to yesterday. cindy: the difference is about 20 degrees in boston. it is now up to 41 in boston. we were still in the teens in worcester at this time yesterday. we also have the sunshine and light winds. we are the full effect of what is out there. notice the dew point. it is three degrees below zero. the air is superdrive. maybe you need some chapstick. the air will stay on the dry so. it is 38 in lawrence. on the cape, we were down to around 10 degrees in hyannis. it is now 30 degrees warmer than this morning, as it is now sitting at 40. we will keep this evening. temperatures will hold right around 40 degrees before we sunset. been.
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this is where we stay through friday. the difference will be the sky conditions. we will talk about an unsettled weekend coming up. erika: right now, an emergency meeting of the united nations security council is underway over claims from north korea that it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. seismic activity was detected at a known nuclear test facility, but some experts expressed doubt due to the estimated size of the explosion. the u.n. secretary general spoke known -- this morning condemning the test. >> i condemn the ppr commend them to meet their obligations. >> u.s. officials say it could explosion was. today' s security council meeting is the first debt toward
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>> we now know the name of the man whose body was found on the side of a highway in auburn. he has been identified as 48-year-old david laroche. his body was found yesterday by relatives near interstate 290 and the auburn park offices. the case is being investigated as a suspicious death. a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the government from the family of a victim of james whitey bulger. the family was seeking nine point $9 million for negligence and emotional distress. they claim bulger' s corrupt fbi handler knew where the body was and never told. >> the episcopal bishop of rhode island is calling for appropriate disciplinary proceedings after claims that more than two dozen students were sexually abused at a prestigious newport boarding school decades ago.
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48-year-old david laroche -- at st. george;s school. >> it was absolutely horrible. >> the shame and humiliation you feel, just to begin with. then to be publicly humiliated. >> there is no statute of humility nation -- limitation on rape. the school issued a statement last night, apologizing for harm done to alumni. >> police in stoughton, norwood and dedham are searching for these alleged thieves. the men are going into local gyms and stealing car keys and then stealing whatever is inside the cars. there is video of them cashing in at a target store in stoughton. >> state police are helping the mbta investigate the derailment that caused massive delays for commuters. people were packed into trains
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riders were also hit by truck were attributed to the bitterly cold temperatures. federal investigators are also looking into the derailment on the haverhill line. >> new developments as the with its paper delivery debacle. they are now bringing in its handle half of its delivery they will work with the new delivery company. the new arrangement starts monday. the "globe" owner has taken to the pages of his known -- own newspaper to apologize. >> a lot of people doing some serious dreaming. today, the powerball jackpot is now at $500 million. the lump sum cash payment would be $275 million before taxes.
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tonight on newscenter 5 at 11:00. if you won the jackpot, would you quit your job? leave a comment on our facebook page with #quit or #work. >> a friend of the san bernardino attack suspects faces the judge. >> severe flooding and massive mudslides wreaking havoc out west. the biggest concerns and how to last. cindy: a sunny stretchy or the next couple of days, but it does turn unsettled by the weekend. served with legal papers.
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>> right now, new details are emerging after a deadly battle afghanistan. two wounded american soldiers and the body of a third are no longer on the battlefield. one helicopter took fire and was
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the evacuation follows an hours-long fight yesterday. >> president obama warning up -- warming up his veto pen. kenneth moton as what lawmakers are also seeking to cut. kenneth: revealing president obama' health care law, stripping away funding for planned parenthood -- the fight congress. >> with this bill, we are standing for life. we are confronting the president with a hard, honest truth. obamacare doesn' t work. kenneth: there have been more than 60 unsuccessful attempts by republicans to dismantle the affordable care act. this is the first time it could reach the president. >> for years, democrats have been blocking or filibustering these bills. we have used the one tool that
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get a repeal bill on his desk. kenneth: the battle intensified when antiabortion activists claimed that fetal tissue was being sold for profit. republicans say they are constituents. >> it is a new year, a new day, and a new agenda. to make sure america is confident again. kenneth: republican and candidates are highlighting the clear choices in november. >> no one has ever won in new jersey being pro-life. but i am. >> the republicans never tell you what they would put in the place of the affordable care act. kenneth: gop voters plan to schedule an override vote if the president vetoes the bill. >> the friend of one of the san bernardino attackers will face a judge today in california.
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conspiring with syed farook , accused of buying the rifles used in the attack. investigators cannot account for the husband and wife during an 18-minute window the day of the massacre. >> dangerous flooding and mudslides slamming the west right now. one of the strongest el nio systems wreaking havoc. take a closer look. torrential downpours in california turkington -- turning backyards into waterfalls. a powerful el nio slamming the coast. major flooding overwhelming roads. quick bursts of heavy rain not to be underestimated. >> i saw cars going through it. i thought i was fine until i felt my car slightly lift off and they felt all the water. >> the water was too heavy for so many routes.
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polo logo -- pollo loco. potential mudslides of the owner of this home ready to take off. his evacuation checklist is on the front seat. >> we have the cat box ready to go. contributed to near record flooding in the south and midwest. then this cold. so outer banks of north carolina >> that cold front penetrated pretty far to the south. we are focusing on this series of storms coming into the west coast and then they shift eastward across the country. we are going to be protected the high-pressure. high clouds around. yesterday at this time, when it was only around 20 degrees in boston.
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the air is quite dry, with the dew points below zero. it has been light, so we are not talking about the wind chills. after dealing with what we dealt with yesterday. the temperatures are a little bit colder through northern worcester county. 29, orange. beverly, over 40 degrees. it is very close to 40 degrees. that is significant. morning. it was 8 in plymouth this morning. you are now 30 degrees warmer. it was 10 in hyannis and you are now at 40 degrees. what a recovery we have had. you get that when we have dry air and high-pressure building right on in on top of us. we are going to keep this guys pretty clear. you have to head up to the canadian border to find any cloud cover. bright sunshine through the afternoon.
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s, the rest of the afternoon. it is not going to be as cold as i' m not expecting single digits. our coldest suburbs could drop back into the teens. s, worcester into well. high-pressure starts to slide eastward and that is going to eventually, that is going to the west. friday. tomorrow is another mostly sunny day. notice the temperatures coming up to the low 40' s in most spots, going above the average high, which is about 36 degrees. more clouds start to come on and on friday. with high pressure to the north, we will have northeasterly winds and that will draw low-level moisture in from the ocean. friday night, a warm front is
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and west and that could begin to trigger a little bit of drizzle and that could be problematic. early on saturday morning, the temperatures are going to be especially along and north and west of 95. with any light, patchy drizzle that falls, it could freeze on contact in this area. i don' t think it is a concern for the immediate coastline and the south shore, but it could be slick on saturday morning. but there is not going to be much moisture around on saturday. sunday is shaping up to be the much wetter day of the weekend. the winds are really going to pick up out of the south and that is going to flood our area with warm temperatures. the high temperature on sunday may even surpass 50 degrees with heavy rain coming through in the afternoon hours. the winds may pick up, as well. we have warm, windy weather to end the week on sunday. we do try out for the beginning of next week. we turn a little colder and
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we have a warm up on the way, the weekend. erika: cindy, thanks so much. the federal trade commission has find a popular brain training program over false advertising. lumosity claimed it could increase focus on work and fight the ftc said those claims are misleading and unfounded. the lumos labs company has chipotle has been served. the restaurant chain has been handed a federal grand jury subpoena as part of a criminal investigation tied to ignore all virus outbreak at one of its restaurants in california. the company made the filing with the securities and exchange commission. the subpoena requires it to produce a broad range of documents. last month, chipotle in boston was shut down for a nora virus outbreak. emily: it is the first day of school for prince george and his proud parents are showing off
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this is georgia outside his new school in england. look at the backpack. he is going to a montessori school near his home outside london. you think kate says, how many likes to i have on instagram? erika: maybe. [laughter] >> still ahead, a golden ring you can actually eat. >> how much some customers are
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a fast-paced program at 4:30 p.m. and one at 7:00 that is more in depth. >> check out the weather outside today. it is feeling fantastic. tomorrow, very similar to today. the clouds move in on friday. an unsettled weekend coming in. if on saturday. much wetter on sunday. >> thank you so much for joining us.
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