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first floor of the now burned-out home. firefighters say that they believe a piece of equipment inside of that office sparked this massive fire. flames tore through the home on babson street just off blue hill avenue traveling from the first floor clear through to the attic.firefighters >> firefighters up there busting windows, busting roof. >> smoke was everywhere. fire trucks kept coming. >> firefighters immediately heard an elderly man yelling that his son couldn' t make it out as flames and smoke filled the home. >> father said son trapped, son very serious condition at this time. it was a very difficult situation. the sun is in very serious condition at this time. >> paramedics were able to revive the man after they rescued him, racing him to the hospital. the battle to tame the flames proved quite difficult as firefighters attacked the fire from multiple angles. one firefighter was taken by ambulance after falling through
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through the floor. he will be ok, and now neighbors are praying for the father and son who lived here. >> my heart' s crying for the family because now folks are homeless now. >> the fire started just after 4:00 p.m. at one point, 80 firefighters were here. the firefighter who is hurt hurt his knee. he should be ok. heather: dramatic new video, it shows the violent shootout that led to the capture of escaped drug lord el chapo. the u.s. is now beginning the extradition process for the captured cartel leader. >> and he could end up being tried right here in new england. 5 investigates karen anderson is here to tell us how and why. >> chapo guzman was indicted in
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other federal districts. evidence, including a confidential informant face-to-face meeting with the drug kingpin in mexico. the sinaloa cartel meeting on the caribbean island of st. thomas in 2010. a cartel member hands the phone to an undercover fbi agent. on the other line, cartel leader el chapo. part of a three year investigation including key meetings like this one right here in new england where a handwritten note from chapo was read out loud. >> i hereby send you a big embrace. >> an informant also met chapo face to face in his mexican hideout. all part of the fbi' s infiltration of the cartel that led to chapo and others being charged in new hampshire federal court. now one of the 7 jurisdictions , that could put the drug lord on trial. >> i' m sure he' ll now be extradited to the united states. >> former federal prosecutor greg noonan knows the extradition process. >> ultimately the doj is going to figure out in what district it has the best case, the best
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the best agents and the best shot of putting el chapo in jail for the rest of his life. >> could action be taken against others like sean penn who met with chapo for his rolling stone article? >> the rapper would meet the road if he used burner phones or used protected computer servers or destroyed any linkages to mr. guzman. >> sean penn has said he used burner phones. chapo' s attorneys are fighting the extradition in mexico and experts say the process could take well over a year. >> so karen, how likely is it that chapo guzman will be tried in new hampshire? >> the fbi was able to get pretty close to chapo in this case with the face to face meeting and phone call, but some of the other cases against him involved much larger amounts of drugs, so there is no way to know that decision will be made by the federal department of justice. ed: fresh off a major bust, middlesex county investigators
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million in drugs originated. 30 kilos of an opiod fentanyl or heroin or perhaps some of both were seized in a tewksbury apartment. along with 20,000 in cash. luis perez of tewksbury and hilda gandia are held tonight on several millions dollar bail each. more arrests may follow. >> it is four minutes past 7:00 and stormteam 5 chief meteorologist harvey leonard, tracking some snow heading our way for this time tomorrow. harvey: many of us will be getting snow at that time. you can sit around chicago. it is small and will move very quickly. the clouds thicken during the morning tomorrow and into the early afternoon. by this time tomorrow evening, snow off to the north and west. there may be a mix around i-30 -- i-95. it will not last that long. it will be over before midnight tomorrow night. clears by early wednesday. we can get anywhere between nothing at all to up to an engine especially on grassy
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there could be an inch or two north and west of 128, especially the higher elevations. we will talk about more cold coming up in a few minutes. heather: new at 7:00. this is surveillance video you have to see. watch as a robber armed with a knife leaps onto the counter at a fall river convenience store yesterday morning. he starts going after the clerk. but the clerk takes out his own knife and fights back. that knife fight goes on for several minutes inside the store before the robber runs off. the clerk has a few scratches to his hands and face. fall river police are still looking for the suspect. ed: phil lipof is tracking some of the other stories making news right now. >> the man accused of shooting a boston police officer did not show his face in court today. 27-year-old grant headley is being held on $1.5 million bond for friday' s shooting, and another $500,000 for other drug offenses. the officer is out of the hospital tonight. the man charged with killing the little girl once known as baby doe is being held without bail. michael mccarthy was arraigned
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of bella bond. he is the boyfriend of bella' s mother who is also charged as an accessory in the case. investigators in gloucester are working to find the cause of this deadly fire in gloucester. the victim whose name has not been released was found upstairs near a bedroom of the home on hammond street. firefighters fought through flames in attempt to rescue the man, but it was too late. heather: your economy , not a bad day and wall street. stocks ending mostly higher. the dow gained 52 points. the nasdaq slipped five and the s&p edged up a point. -- a point and a the most active half. local stocks, boston scientific, emc, and staples all down less than a point. ed: it' s now the largest lottery jackpot the world has ever seen. wednesday' s powerball climbing to $$1.4 billion. new at 7:00, newscenter 5' s kelley tuthill is live in brookline with what you need to know before you join that office pool.
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you can see, people do lineup. the next couple of days. the issue is if you hit it big, you do not wait any issues with your winnings. marianne moore is back at brookline news & gifts checking the winnings from the 800 powerball tickets she purchased last week . >> everybody is in the pool. bus drivers, principles. >> i made 2 photocopies of every ticket. i put the copies on the board. with the number of tickets all. the actual tickets and another photocopy going to say. >> experts say if you want to create an office pool write a contract, simple terms of the pool, make sure everyone contributes equally, photocopy the tickets and make a list of those who opted out. don' t rely on verbal agreements, allow anyone to front money for someone else, trust interns to buy the tickets or run multiple pools.
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record breaking and the build up has brought in big bucks to the bay state. >> since the last jackpot, over in powerball sales in mass the $50 million -- in massachusetts alone, so the state will get $22.6 million in aid from that. >> it costs $20 bucks to get in the devotion school pool and marianne expects to buy even more tickets on wednesday. you have this kind of lottery responsibility? >> no, the children come first always. >> always. she is laughing but she is serious. those 800 tickets have already won them when hundred $55. devotion fun. >> you need to know about s powerball jackpot, for someone taking the lump-sum,
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estimated $868 million. he' ll be pointing at you, and taking about 40% of your winnings. heather: in case you were wondering, picking that power play option won' t double or triple the jackpot it only works , on the smaller prizes. ed: the jackpot really is staggering. it' s more than the gross domestic product of almost 20 nations. heather: your odds of winning are long, 1 in 292 million. you have a better chance of having conjoined twins or achieving sainthood in your lifetime. but there is a chance. ed: powerball added more numbers in october. our now poll asked, did they make the jackpot too hard to win? most people say yes. let us know what you think on facebook, twitter and wcvb.com. it' s not scientific, but we would love to hear what you have to say. heather: don' t miss the drawing
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wednesday on newscenter 5 at 11:00. they' re the king of the crop massachusetts. s so unique about the this watertown company. >> the winds are starting to come down a little bit, but the wind chills are still in the teens around here. it is cold enough for snow for many of us, but maybe not all of us. at the timeline on that. >> heather: a legendary voice silenced. remembering david bowie and the
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>> you are watching newscenter 5 at 7:00. >> the legendary david bowie pay -- playing back in july of 1990. the visionary behind ziggy stardust and changes died yesterday at the age of 69 after
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new tonight at 7:00, take a look at these pictures from 1999, when bowie accepted an honorary degree from berklee. he also gave the commencement address at the hynes convention center. speaking about music, bowie said, i can' t say that life' s pains or more tragic episodes have been diminished because of it. but it' s allowed me so many moments of companionship when i' ve been lonely and a sublime means of communication when i wanted to touch people. it' s been both my doorway of perception and the house that i live in. ed: tonight, we begin a new series, made in mass showcasing the local businesses that are building things here and sending them all over the world. tonight doug meehan takes us to , a bike shop just outside of boston that' s become one of the biggest players in the custom bike community. take a look. >> some of the most desired two wheelers on the planet. they are made in massachusetts, specifically watertown, massachusetts. >> we make more custom bikes than any other building in the world.
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years ago. company has called this walnut street home. >> massachusetts is really where bike manufacturer started in the united states. columbia bikes after that, building these people powered speed -- see teeds saw a s. he showed us how this new s of mostly titanium into a one-of-a-kind high-end bicycle. starting with specifically measured plans, every cuts, bends, file, weld and painted structure is created for the new owner and only for that owner. no two bikes on the planet are ever the same. the attention to detail achieved in several ways. >> one is through experience. some have been building bikes
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>> another example of the craftsmanship can be found in a weld. >> were going for a stack of dimes. it' s like a stack of dimes just pushed over. it takes years of practice to be able to produce that. >> the local company with 35 employees has produced over 30,001-of-a-kind bikes. they want these locally built bicycles to be found in every one of the seven continents on the globe. in watertown, doug meehan, newscenter 5. ed: right now, about 40% of the company' overseas. one of the largest markets is south korea. custom bikes do come at a premium, prices start at around $4000. >> they are special commodity. >> that is appropriately priced. >> you' hearty to about any by tonight. harvey: absolutely. s very cold out. today.
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around noon time, a tree was down across the road on loop for -- luke four. that is an idea of it. 26, boston. on the way down. we father the 20' s. 30 degrees colder than it was yesterday. the same thing in boston. he is the temperatures kobe waking up to tomorrow. afternoon temperatures are very important. precipitation around the time of the evening commute. i-95 south and east may be just warm enough to have a mix or winter snow, but north and west is freezing him below. small snow can relations. all coming from a little system that is producing snow in chicago right now. i can see an inch or two of snow north and west of 128, especially the higher terrain to the west. maybe anywhere from nothing up to perhaps an inch, especially on the grassy surfaces and rooftops closer to boston. here' s the way goes over the next seven days.
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idea, this is how it breaks down for tomorrow. sun for a while in the morning, rain showers try to move across southeastern massachusetts with mild ocean air as this measure is to approach from the west with a mix closer to boston. all is over by midnight tomorrow night and the cold weather takes over again all over again on wednesday. speaking of wednesday, wendy and very cold. low 20' s only going to about 30 degrees. look at what we are dealing with for windows. much like today, not a wee bit stronger. 35 and 40 plus miles per hour all over again. very cold. cold on thursday. goal through the wednesday-thursday timeframe. we moderate on friday. the next storm is late friday night or saturday. twin storms, winter the ohio valley and the other developing along the coast. we will see which one gets to boston how quick.
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saturday. snow, a mix, rain or all three with a change somewhere in arizona. it may still be going on for the patriot game. mixed precipitation with temperatures around 32 degrees is the best i can tell you at this time. very cold weather will follow with perhaps light snow are flurries lingering into sunday and monday. that is how does looking as of now. an important update later on tonight. >> now, sportscenter 5, one minute drill. >> if you been immersed in work and have not heard julian , edelman has declared himself kansas city and that' s good news especially for tom brady. when the patriots are cruising tom brady was invincible. because he had julian edelman.
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when tom brady is comfortable, he does not get hit as often. julian edelman is like a butterfly. he allows brady to get rid of the football in over two seconds which means brady of white holding onto the ball longer with reduces the chances of him getting hit as long as he has. number 11 is back. >> it goes it goes. >> we hope it does not go. after he left, the giants came. wins. >> that begs the question who is more important edelman or gronkowski? >> i think edelman is more important. brady was sacked 17 times. >> he is so excited to watch. reference. s hope he stays healthy.
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fitzgerald was part of hillary clinton' s detail when the car he was in was hit by an unlicensed driver in december. his best man says fitzgerald is in high spirits and motivated to start his rehabilitation. ed: time for 5 for good. every night here on newscenter 5 at 7:00 we' re going to share a story about someone doing something positive. tonight we shine the spotlight on a national guardsman whose quick actions saved lives during the boston marathon bombing. governor baker presented the soldier' s medal to staff sergeant geoffrey curtis, who helped first responders and provided medical aid to wounded civilians. the soldier' s medal is the army' s highest medal for valor in non-combat situations. heather: a look at the stories we' ll be following for you all night when we come back. ed: and we want to know your good news. send us your video and pictures of people making a difference and doing good in your community. share them on the wcvb facebook page.
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ed: here' s what we' re watching right now for newscenter 5 at 11:00. the search for answers into this raging four-alarm fire in mattapan. john atwater at the scene uncovering new details. >> you heard some a different opinions on whether or not you
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win, there is a new report just out that helps to clear the confusion on that. >> a firefighter jobs of his daughter is a something strange. how he saved several lives. >> they' ll be suspending some service this week, the closures that may have you rethinking your plans. all at 11:00 tonight. >> about this time tomorrow, snow, maybe a mix of rain in parts of the area. a look over carefully. >> stay tuned and think you for watching.
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