tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC January 7, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
emily: breaking overnight, no winner means a new powerball jackpot. the record-breaking prize now up for grabs. randy: also breaking, chinese stocks nose-dive, taking dow futures down with them. the impact expected on wall street this morning. emily: new information on a principal' s sudden resignation. the disturbing accusations, that likely forced him out of office. on the eye for this thursday morning. >> live from wcvb tv channel 5. this is a news center 5 update. randy: it is 6:00
you' re looking at the red carpet for the people' s choice awards. there was an awkward moment. the mistake that has people talking. good morning. emily: i am emily riemer. we' re here with cindy. it is a very january morning. cindy: we have finally settled in. it' afternoon. then it is off to the bus stop this morning. 20 degrees with most spots up this morning. we have bright sunshine this morning. mild again getting off the bus this afternoon. we start out at 27 in boston. lots of teens showing up. lower 20' s and the caper. you will notice the winds are so light under a big area of high pressure. this will give us the sunshine this morning. we have made an high-level
lunchtime. it should be around 40 degrees of with the sun setting at 4:27. with the lower 40' s. keep in mind there is an average degrees. a little bit above average on the cape. enjoy the sunshine. clouds come out us tomorrow. ll talk more about the sun this weekend. s talk what the roads. olessa: we are watching an here' s the volume. it was on the 11 connector. we are getting into boston. looks go to the mat. we' re watching the crash on the southbound side of 128. you can see delays beyond 24. the expressway is 20 from
the pike east at 495 128. 93 south. approaching down towards the 11 connector. trains and buses still doing ok. breaking overnight, we are a few nights away from the biggest lottery drawing in u.s. history. randy: 675 million dollars up for grabs after no one hit the powerball jackpot. a staggering figure. the eyeopener' s juli mcdonald is live in plymouth. and juli there is one happy person in massachusetts this morning. juli: not 500 million dollars happy. there is a $1 million winner somewhere not far from here who buying a ticket here. s , chump change compared to the new number we got overnight. the grand prize will be a record-setting more than any $675 million. other jackpot in any other lottery game in u.s. history. now lottery history suggests
numbers for that drawing is the best bet. but a man who' s won 7 lotteries says he always chooses his own. >> the reason why you do not want to buy quick picks is because every time you do, you' re getting a different set of numbers. your odds will always be at their worst. julie: speaking of odds hitting powerball is like the patriots winning six superbowls in a row. you also have a better chance of being elected president one in 10 million odds there. but when it comes to 675 million that won' t stop many people from rolling the dice. we' ll have those winning numbers saturday on newscenter 5 at 11:00. live in plymouth, julie mcdonald. randy: thank you. also breaking overnight, all eyes will be on wall street after financial turmoil strikes overseas. chinese stocks took a nosedive overnight plunging more than 7%. that triggered an automatic shutdown amid signs investors
in worse shape than first thought. right now, u.s. stock futures are plunging down more than 400 points. also breaking overnight, a woman is in the hospital after being hit by a car in boston. we' re told it happened along chestnut hill avenue in brighton just before eleven last night. -- 11:00 last night. the victim was unconscious and taken to brigham and women' s hospital. the extent of her injuries aren' t clear. the driver did stay on the scene after the crash. more breaking news. firefighters on the scene of a fire in roxbury. this is happening on gaston street. boston fire says the flames started in the attic around 3:00 this morning. all 3 people inside made it out safely. the chief estimates damage at about $400,000. this just in. a rescue effort is underway in upstate new york where 17 mine workers are trapped in an elevator shaft.
in the workers are 800 feet down and have been there since last night. emily: right now the red sox are working to remove graffiti from the number of an iconic team legend. someone scrawled in black ink or paint on johnny pesky' s number 6, outside of fenway park. it' s not clear when this happened but photos of the vandalism surfaced online last night. right now we' re getting new information about the allegations that forced a high school principal off the job. the eye' s erika tarantal joins us with the disturbing allegations. erica a police report, obtained : by newscenter5, is shedding new light on accusations of inappropriate behavior by edward rozmiarek. he resigned from swampscott high last month, after school officials say he engaged in the misconduct through his school computer at times during the school day. the police report states an adult decoy posing as a 13-year-old girl from new york was in an internet chat room when she was contacted by rozmiarek. most of the alleged conversations are too graphic to
often asked if she thinks about sex and made multiple inquiries about her bra size. when police confronted, rozmiarek a married father of an 11-year-old girl allegedly told them he did it because it was quote exciting. there are no criminal charges in the case because the d.a. says there' s no evidence the former principal enticed the victim to go to or stay at a specific location. emily: thank you. a secret service agent, involved in a deadly crash in new hampshire begins a long road to recovery. garrett fitzgerald suffered a serious spinal chord injury, when he and 3 other agents were struck by another driver in new hampshire. that driver, bruce danforth, was killed. fitzgerald is now unable to move or feel anything below his chest. he' ll soon be transferred to a spinal rehabilitation facility. he and his fiance joan moved to boston in september, and were planning their wedding for march. randy: new details this morning in the case of a man found dead by the side of the highway in auburn. a friend tells the telegram
argument with someone in a car. it was in the breakdown lane and he got out of the vehicle and walked off. family searched for hours but his body was found at the bottom of an embankment off i-290. he was in town for his mother' s memorial service. police are still investigating. right now investigators are looking for the cause of this fire in kingston. at one point flames were shooting out of carmela' s restaurant on main street. an update last night on the restaurant' s facebook page thanked the community for its support and said that everyone carmela' emily transportation leaders are : mulling a bill that would increase the punishment for blocking state highways. a committee met yesterday to discuss the bill, filed early last year after this protest purposefully blocked both sides of i-93 in january. if passed, the bill would raise a fine from 50 dollars to $5,000. it would also increase possible
president obama is promising to veto a plan to repeal his signature healthcare law. both houses of congress passed the repeal along party lines. the bill also cut federal funding for planned parenthood. it did not pass with enough votes to overrride a presidential veto. randy: commitment 2016 , donald trump could be running into trouble when he visits vermont today. his campaign issued 20,000 tickets for an event in burlington. the venue holds only 1400 people. the police chief there says that once the building is full, everyone else will be turned away even if they have a ticket. trump' s campaign is not commenting. a firefighter trapped inside a burning house talks about his escape. emily: how he survived when he fell down the stairs, and lost his helmet. and another firefighter has a close call. the harrowing moment, when he lost his footing. randy: new this morning, january is a good time to buy jewelry, and some other things too.
month. erika? erika: breaking overnight, the powerball jackpot is now up to $675 million. no one won last night' s drawing, making for the new, biggest prize in u.s. history. a million dollar ticket was sold in plymouth. cindy? cindy: not so bad. it will warm again this afternoon. we have a wet weekend on the way. the outlook on that is when we can see 50' s again. bundle up as you are heading out the door.
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randy: good morning. that is some wake up enthusiasm. even better, that is the pep rally to show the end of the food drive. each place is going to show their school spirit. we are sure they are all winners. emily: go to our website. head to the u local section. that is where you will upload the video. cindy: the weather is like that.
yesterday was warm. we are in the low-to-mid 40' s. felt like spring. it will be another nice day. we will be over 40 degrees this afternoon. we are enjoying the sun today. we bring in clouds. we will get some drizzle in here. by early saturday it may be cold enough for that drizzle to freeze on contact. it will be a little bit icy north and west. as soaking rain comes in here on sunday we will push the temperatures way up in the 50' s. we' ll start with record highs on sunday. the record in boston is 56. it' ll be close here coming up on sunday. altidore we are only the 20' s and most spots. 27 in boston. oranges a six degrees. we have a cold start but there' s no wind at all.
we need -- we might bring in some clouds this afternoon. brightest guys through noontime. degrees. then, we will hold in the upper 30' s and lower 40' s for the afternoon. the wind may shift on shore for the coast line. 41 degrees. an average high this time of year should be about 36. above average today. falling back in the 20' s today. freezing mark tonight. we start to bring in some cloud cover northeasterly wind starts ringing some moisture. by the days and you notice we will have some drizzle around. i think that becomes a little more widespread by saturday morning. the concern is that will be cold especially north and west of 95. not too much wet weather to speak of that changes on sunday. the storm from the west. strong southerly went ahead of it.
ll gust over 40 miles per hour. it will have windswept swoon soaking rain. behind that system we dry out and cool it down. we will be trying to tuesday. we look good on tuesday. a storm from the west. the lobby strong but it may help to spot a new storm offshore by wednesday. depending on how close it is to the coast line we could get in some light snow from that. we' ll have to watch the track on the storm. there is a chance for snow on wednesday. a small chance. emily: higher than the powerball? cindy: a little bit. olessa: we have a delay starting to build towards boston. let' s go to the map. we can see the rest of your ride this morning. south of town we are still watching a crash clear. that is 128 southbound. expect the delays back to 24 which is backing up northbound. 95 does not look too bad. you are right on this practice
then, we have delays and 93 south. the volume does pick up new wilmington. it stays heavy through the pond. more delays through the 11 connector. trains and buses running a schedule. emily: a very close call for a firefighter. he nearly fell through the roof of this home. his footing gave way. a fellow firefighter firefighter was able to grab him by the arm, and hold him until more help arrived. he was not hurt. the gardiner fire chief praising his men for their quick action. taking another look at what happened you can see just how close a call it was. he grabs him. the home could not be saved. right now this home in saugus is being reduced to rubble. and only on five we are hearing from one of the firefighters trapped when flames engulfed that house. it' s a fire you first saw as breaking news right here on the eyeopener. saugus firefighter d.j. blandini would tell a friend he thought he was going to die.
helmet. >> i remember hearing my we can it call made a. -- may day. i use my training. it worked out. emily: all 3 firefighters trapped in that home made it out safely. the fire is not considered suspicious. randy topping economic headlines : this thursday, two massachusetts macy' s stores are closing their doors for good. the stores are at the berkshire mall in lanesborough and the s says they' re among 40 stores closing nationwide. that it' s cutting 4800 jobs after weak holiday stores. -- store sales. we have the entire list of website, wcvb.com. a record real-estate transaction in boston the mandarin hotel selling for $140 million. the buyer is hong kong-based mandarin oriental international
the company has managed the 148-room luxury hotel, but did not own it. the purchase price works out to be nearly $946,000 per room. that' s the highest per-room price yet for a boston hotel. this morning we' re focused on deals you may only be able to get in january. emily: first, now may be the time for the bling. early january may be the best time for fine jewelry buys because there aren' t any major didn' t get that big tv for christmas? store for last year' s model because retailers will be busy stocking up on new items. and finally, fitness equipment. retailers know you' resolution,and they' re ready to offer you a some good deals to help you keep it. randy: a chicago man was fed up with ice on the sidewalk, so he decided to take matters into his own hands. emily: the creation getting lots of attention, in eyepoppers. erika?
danny amendola, catching heat for trying to get to work. the driveway decision, making his neighbors mad. and mbta fare hikes could have an impact on boston' s school budget. the mayor' s move to protect students, ahead. and in less than a week, newscenter 5 launches two new newscasts. a fast-paced look at all the big news of the day at 4:30 in the afternoon. and more in-depth coverage at 7:00 p.m, it all starts next monday right here on newscenter
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cindy: we are starting out in the teens and 20' s in most areas. skies are clear. lots of sunshine this morning. middle and high lover clouds. it is mostly sunny. temperatures above the freezing mark. by 10:00 this
morning we will hit the low 40' s is afternoon. enjoying the sun today. clouds thicken up tomorrow. that' ll leave us some drizzle. friday night and saturday, we have rain that could freeze on saturday north and west. making it a little bit more
emily: thank you -- randy: thank you. i proper time. a less is here. olessa: it is a very cold idea. that' s an igloo. a man who lives in a high-rise across the street decided to have some fun with ice sheets along the sidewalk. he also says he was doing a public service getting the ice off the sidewalks. the cold weather is helping it stand but it' s unclear how long the city will allow it to stay. randy: it is not very attractive. emily: they might want to plow that went under. yes. the people' s choice awards had some big winners last night. but none of them were this guy. the man sitting behind him is matt bellassai. he won for favorite social media star. but the camera focused on the wrong person. he was still excited for the attention. followed a guy that is getting the award. there he is in the background. randy:
media is, the next guy will be the winner. emily: they are both winners after all the exposure. on the health alert this morning, easing a concern about birth control. what a new study says contraception won' t do. we' re following breaking news in new york state. 17 miners are trapped 800 feet underground in an elevator shaft. a rescue effort is underway. we' ll bring you more as we get it. take a live look at the boston skyline. the sun is not quite up not even indications of it are.
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>> now, and eyeopener. randy: the powerful jackpot shatters all records. emily: one person in pretty lucky. it could leave the students with paying a hefty price. emily: a patriot star cause and a skirmish off the field. danny amendola is catching heat performance. right now, and upstate new york rescue efforts are underway to free 17 mine workers trapped in they' re about 800-feet down but we' re following this. we will bring you more as we get
randy: on this thursday morning we' re looking at the convention center here. we have a bright sky. emily: the other bright object was being us. randy: think goodness emily is with us. thank you for joining us. i' m randy price. emily: and i' m emily riemer with cindy and olessa. cindy: education for you. it is brightening. emily: just a little bit. even our latest sunrises. cindy: 13 this morning. in the weekend we start again about a minute. it will be here before you know it. yesterday we jumped up to 45 degrees in the afternoon temperatures will be a little bit above average for the next few days as well. you need to layer up because out the door this morning it is cold and the bus stop will be around 20 degrees. the kids need to bundle up.
you' ll see the teens and between that and metrowest. lower 20' s on the cape this morning. high-pressure overhead. the wind is light. in the afternoon some high-level clouds may start to filter and. overall, it is a mostly sunny day. most spots close to 40 degrees. as far as high temperatures go we are in the merrimack valley. metrowest, framingham. worcester county in the lower 40' s. that may pick up to 44 this afternoon. very similar temperatures out on the cape. it turns into a nice afternoon. it' s got to the roads. it is busy out there. olessa: yes. we have a lot of delays. i' ll show you are that is. on the 11 connector we have a lot of delays. let' s go to the map where you can see the rest of your ride. we have an accident by the braintree' s lit. 24 north also building volume
three looks ok from weymouth to braintree. braintree to boston and then eastbound on the pike is 20 4952028. 93 south looks ok. that volume picks up towards scott' s pond. it stays heavy. trains and buses are doing ok. emily: thank you. we' re following several breaking stories right now, there was no powerball jackpot winner overnight but one person did win after buying a ticket in s jackpot will be a record 675 -- $675 million. randy also breaking overnight, : trading halted again in china after stocks there plunge more than 7% over fears about the chinese economy. right now u.s. stock futures are plunging down some 400 points. emily and breaking in brighton, : a woman is in the hospital after being hit by a car. we' re told the victim was unconscious after she was struck along chestnut hill avenue late last night. the driver did stay at the scene after the crash. right now there are growing
students. randy: the eyeopener' s todd kazakiewich is in boston with the fallout. todd: good morning.
in one scenario monthly passes on the t could go up 23%. and since seventh and 8h graders around the city now have to use those passes to get to class mayor walsh is getting ready to take action. in 2014, boston eliminated school buses for middle schoolers to save money putting students on the mbta instead. but fare hikes set to take effect in july could raise the price of linkpasses to 32 -- $32 per month. a cost mayor walsh says the city would have to pick up. that would be an estimated $1.4 million added to boston' s school budget. a budget that' s already protecting a $40 million deficit for next year. school leaders point out that 70% of bps students are considering high need because of
reporting live, todd kiss givens, wcvb news center five. emily a startling report as we : continue to cover the opioid crisis in massachusetts. a 14-year-old was one of five overdoses on oxycodone in acushnet and new bedford in the last few days. all 5 people were able to be saved. several of those involved were revived by narcan. new state grants are funding narcan for first responders along the south shore. quincy, weymouth, and plymouth are among the communities receiving the overdose-reversing drug. the governor announced the $700,000 grant yesterday for 40 communities. in 2014, first responders across the state administered 11,000 doses of the drug. >> we are driving up the hill and go over is that ugly. randy: that is how many people reacted to a temporary carport in providence' s college hill neighborhood. it' s getting a lot of attention this morning because of who put it up. patriots star danny amendola. the eye' s erika tarantal now
-- erica. erika: the receiver is catching some heat, but he did not break any rules. the portable structure does stand out among the centuries-old, clapboard houses. but former state representative ray rickman, who lives nearby, is sticking up for number 80. he says amendola probably wants the carport so he doesn' t have to worry about getting to practice on time after a storm. >> he did nothing wrong. he violated no rules. he probably did not throw any weight. he asked for it and got it. erika: one neighbor suggested a tarp to cover his car and a snow clearing service would have done the trick. other neighbors eased up when they learned the carport will come down in february. he will be a practice on time. back to you. emily: thank you. a new study says there' s something birth control won' t do. randy: the research easing concerns, about future family planning. and chipotle, taking a serious hit to its bottom line. the big money the chain has lost, in just a few months.
olessa: welcome back. we have some heavy delays back to 24. beyond that, we a volume across the area. trains and buses are on schedule. you will need those codes if you' re standing on the platform. cindy: you got it. we have some 20' s and some teens. skies are clear and the winds are light. it' ll be a nice afternoon in the lower 40' s. enjoy the sunshine. clouds pick up tomorrow. we have some light drizzle that could be slippery early saturday before some heavy rain moves in on sunday. look at those temperatures. they are at record highs in the 50' s. emily: thank you. on the health alert this morning, a drug used to treat yeast infections may be linked to an increased risk of miscarriage. a new study finds women who took oral fluconazole in the second trimester had a slightly higher rate of pregnancy loss. researchers cautions the study
miscarriages. a separate study shows birth control may not cause birth defects. some scientists thought it could alter vitamin levels. a new study shows taking oral contraceptives does not increase risk for the baby. chipotle' s health issues are s bottom line. bloomberg reports, the ceo has lost more than $60 million over the past 4 months. the financial losses come as the company was served with a subpoena as part of a criminal investigation tied to sicknesses in california, last month a chipotle in boston was shut down for a norovirus outbreak. randy: we have updates ahead on our breaking news this morning, jackpot, and plunging stock futures. use. the startling statistics coming out of one new hampshire town. and cracking open a 125-year-old cold one.
emily: we are ready with your news to go. with juli in plymouth. todd in boston. and erika following new developments after a swampscott principal suddenly resigns. randy: we' re also following breaking news. more than a dozen mine workers trapped underground in upstate new york. we' ll have an update in just a
emily: we want to check in with cindy
in the forecast for today. it' ll be mile this afternoon. randy: it is wonderful. cindy: it feels ok compared to seven degrees. it is feelingly january this morning. temperatures in the 20' s. and we have some teens and many suburbs. it is six degrees. that is 27 in boston. high-pressure overhead. that means winds will stay like today. with clear skies this morning. in the afternoon we have some made an high-level clouds trading in. that is not quite as clear that is beyond lunchtime. a few clouds mixing in. we have a mostly sunny day. but is over the freezing mark by 10:00 a.m.. will be in the lower 40' s by the afternoon. average high of 36.
with above-average temperatures. lots of sunshine today. we are mainly clear this evening. overnight, will bring in class from the northeast. you' morning. north. this will lock in the some weather. the main storminess is off to the south and west. friday night into saturday, and he spotty drizzle that develops could freeze on contact with temperatures near freezing. re going to be out and about. friday night or saturday. you' ll notice temperatures are moving up to 40 degrees. let' s get you out to the roads. we have a few troubled spots. olessa: yes. we have some spot south of town. southbound we' re seeing it rush-hour volume. let' s see the rest of your ride. we' re watching a crash on 128. we of a crash by the braintree split.
one by proper street. another of by 128. you' re right on the expressway about half an hour. the pike eastbound is about 20. 49528. not about out of ms. sue and. a pickup in wilmington. trains and buses doing ok. emily: we are falling breaking news right now in upstate new york. rescue efforts are underway to free 17 mine workers trapped in an elevator shaft near ithaca. all are reportedly on injured. randy: breaking overnight. the powerball jackpot now a record shattering $675 million. emily: the eyeopener' mcdonald is live in plymouth where one person got at least a little lucky. juli: that is correct. there is someone waking up today is starting off 2016 on a happy note.
matched five numbers to win a -- $1 million. it is not exactly the $500 million pot that was on the table. and not even close to the new jackpot of that' s the biggest in $675 million. u.s. history. so if you were kicking yourself , for not buying a ticket yesterday, you' ve got a chance to win even more this weekend. it' s a slim chance though. the odds of winning are 1 in 292 million. we' ll have those winning numbers for you saturday on newscenter 5 at 11:00. live in plymouth, julie mcdonald, newscenter 5. emily: more breaking news, all eyes will be on wall street after financial turmoil strikes overseas. chinese stocks took a nosedive overnight plunging more than 7%. that triggered an automatic shutdown amid signs investors believe the chinese economy is in worse shape than first thought. right now u.s. stock futures are plunging down nearly 400 points. randy also breaking overnight, a : woman is in the hospital after being hit by a car in boston. we'
chestnut hill avenue in brighton just before 11:00 last night. the victim was unconscious and taken to brigham and women' s hospital. the extent of her injuries aren' t clear. the driver did stay on the scene after the crash. emily breaking news in roxbury. : firefighters are on the scene of a 2-alarm fire on gaston street. boston fire says the flames started in the attic around 3:00 this morning. all 3 people inside made it out safely. the chief estimates damage at about $400,000. a police report obtained by newscenter 5 reveals more about why swampscott high school' s former principal was forced to resign last month. the document details how edward rozmiarek had online chat room conversations on his school computer during school hours with a person he thought was a 13-year-old girl. that person was in fact an adult decoy. police detail
graphic sexual exchanges they say rozmiarek initiated. when confronted, police say the married father, who has an 11-year-old daughter, responded
no criminal charges were filed evidence the former principal tried to meet the supposed back to you. todd: mayor walsh is warning that fare hikes on the t could have a big impact on boston public school students, since seventh and 8h graders ride the t get to school. in one scenario, fare hikes set to take effect in july could raise the
price of linkpasses to that' s a 23% increase. mayor walsh says the city would have to foot the bill. that increase would cost the city an estimated $1.4 million, on top of the deficit that is already predicted to hit $40 million next year. reporting live in brighton, wcvb newscenter five. emily the red sox are working to : remove graffiti from the number of an iconic team legend. someone scrawled in black ink or paint on johnny pesky' s number 6, outside of fenway park. it' s not clear when this happened but photos of the vandalism surfaced online last
randy a secret service agent, : involved in a deadly crash in new hampshire suffered a serious spinal cord injury. garrett fitzgerald and 3 other agents were struck by another driver in new hampshire. that driver, bruce danforth, was killed. fitzgerald is now unable to move or feel anything below his chest. he' ll soon be transferred to a spinal rehabilitation facility. emily: the new hampshire police department says extra patrols cracking down on drug crime. police have seen a 200% jump in the number of drug-related cases. many unfolding during traffic stops for other violations. drug calls increased from 13 in 2014, to 38 last year. randy today marks one year since : the deadly attacks at french satirical magazine charlie hebdo. eight staff members were killed in the attack, which followed including a shooting at a grocery store. the magazine published an anniversary cover showing a blood-stained god-like figure, carrying a rifle.
killer is still at large. emily the texas state trooper : involved in this traffic stop, that led to the death of a woman in her jail cell, has been indicted on a perjury charge. brian encinia arrested sandra bland last summer. he was fired yesterday, after charges he lied about the confrontation. encinia claimed bland was combative and uncooperative but a grand jury says dashcam video proves otherwise. bland died 3 days later in her jail cell. her death, ruled a suicide. randy: bill cosby will not face charges for alleged sex assaults in los angeles. prosecutors say there' s not enough evidence. a model claims cosby drugged and assaulted her at the playboy mansion in 2008 when she was 18, another woman accused cosby of assault in 1965, when she was 17. cosby faces criminal charges for an assault in pennsylvania in 2004. emily a bizarre sight in : nantucket.
baby dolphin back into the water after they had washed partially ashore. the two dolphins had gotten stuck in the harbor by washington street yesterday. environmental police were on scene helping to get the pair to safety. randy two new faces join major : league baseball' s hall of fame. ken griffey junior received a record 99.3% of the votes he needed to be inducted. griffey climbed the home-run list during the height of the steroid era without any accusations of drug use. catcher mike piazza was also elected. both will be inducted on july 24. emily: the celtics came out strong against the pistons at the garden. but detroit hit the shots when they needed them. a close game in the final minutes. pistons score two 3 pointers with less than 2 1/2 to go. celtics lose 99-94. they head to chicago tonight to take on the bulls. randy: a canadian scuba diver who found a 125-year-old beer in the ocean finally gets to open it. the contents of the bottle were
they' a scientist and a bartender both tried the beer, describing it as surprisingly good. but the scuba diver, who says he harbor looks like didn' t want anything to do with tasting it. emily a big honor for scandal : star kerry washington. the actress has been named hasty pudding' s woman of the year for 2015. the harvard theater group will honor washington with a parade and roast later this month. randy and in less than a week, : newscenter 5 launches two new newscasts. a fast-paced look at all the big news of the day at 4:30 in the afternoon. and more in-depth coverage at 7:00 p.m, it all starts next monday right here on newscenter 5. emily: our commute is well underway. olessa: we have some delays in a few problem spots. here' s by the gas tank. let'
south of that shot we are watching the next event on 128 south. those delays back to 24. two accidents on 95. we have another northbound by 128. your trip on the expressway is half an hour. eastbound on the pike is 20 minutes. 49528. delays not bad. the volume does build as you go down towards the connector. trains and buses on schedule. cindy, it is chilly but not as bad as it has been. cindy: nothing like tuesday. you can see the sun getting close. today, it will be another sun filled day. 27 to start out in boston. went under 10 miles per hour. as we said, lots of teens of the valley. it is 25 with teens always down. 20' s on the cape this morning. we will go over the freezing mark by 10:00 a.m.. on time we hit the 40' s this
in most spots temperatures should average around the mid 30' s. we have made to high-level clouds coming in as high pressure begins to build eastward. tonight, we will fall back in the 20' s to the freezing mark. clouds are going to be coming in after a mainly clear sky. low-level clouds come in off the ocean. we have some slight patchy drizzle during the day on friday. it is more likely that that occurs friday into saturday. in may be cold enough for some of the drizzle to freeze on contact. sunday is the water day of the weekend. we' ll have a surge of warm air from the south. that means the rain will be windswept. we could get record highs in the 50' s. we' ll get that system out of our hair on monday. i want to draw your attention to this. a storm approaching from the west. the frontal boundary does not look like much.