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heather: new video of the moments after gunfire on a subway train. john: the search for the gunman who opened fire on the tee. harvey: the cold is going to continue, but for how long? an update on the weekend storm. ed: breaking news on the search for a local marine missing after a helicopter crash. >> things are going to change under president trump. heather: how sarah palin is changing the race for president. ed: a driver, trapped. his car, upside down. the rescue. heather: the bitter cold is it' eyes are run. national captioning institute, caption content and accuracy. visit] ed: i am eddie harding. getting. will be impacted the most.
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windchill. boston, 5. it' s going to be cold overnight and a cold day tomorrow, but if you look inland on the west coast, this is for the wee hours of the morning. it doesn' t look like much, but this system is what develops into the storm. it drops southeast and develops moisture from the gulf. as it rises with colder air, a snow shield starts to develop around virginia and the nation' s capital. look like much, but this system is what develops into thefrom this point on, it' s going to move east northeast. if it moves more to the east then to the north, we will be on the northern edge. if it moves more to the north than to the east, we will be in the stronger part of the storm. north,the greatest chance is from northern virginia through washington, baltimore, and new york, but we are the harder call because we may be near the edge of the snow. i will continue to watch late information and will be reporting back.
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start until saturday afternoon into sunday morning. the track is critical. it' s trending south, but that trend might be stopping. snow, wind are potentials with the storm. it is gusting 25-30 miles per hour out there. we move into the 20' s tomorrow morning. much more on the storm in a few minutes. ed: bullets fly on the tee. video shows victims down at a busy blue line station.that gunman is still on the laurent. heather: we are hearing from a man who was caught up in the chaos. john atwater is live for us in east boston. john: the victims are expected to survive, but for the passengers who witnessed all of this, it was absolute chaos. police try to clear the station as two men lay bleeding on the platform. >> suddenly, i hear what is a shot. john: marty was on the train and emerged to find police rushing to help this victim.
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down. >> right when the doors opened, boom. >> we heard one gunshot. john: the gunfire erupted before 2:30. two men got into a fight on the blue line, and as it approached a maverick, one pulled a gun. the doors. recoil. john: passengers took cover, they said the suspect appeared to be looking for someone else. he wasn' t afraid of anything. pants. police john: scoured the station and the streets around the for hours as they looked for any
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surveillance video could be key there are cameras all over this investigators are looking at hours as they looked for any clues that could lead them to the man who pulled the trigger. john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. heather: the search for the 12 missing marines including one from hang on the coast of hawaii. survivors since helicopters crashed on thursday. christopher orlando, a 2010 high school graduate, was a flight choppers. >> are you ready to stump for trump? i am here to support the next president, donald trump. heather: the presidential race, getting more interesting tonight. sarah palin is now in the mix. the tea party favorite is throwing her support behind donald trump. ed: filatov is here with what it means for the race. phil: the race in iowa is getting tighter by the day. palin' s support is huge, especially when the conservative vote is so important. >> look back there in the press box. heads are spinning.
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trump sharing the same stage. the former vice president shall candidate, throwing her support behind trump. >> are you ready for a commander in chief who will let lawyers do their job and kick isis' -- [beep] our own gop machine, the establishment, they who would assemble the political landscape, they are attacking their own front runner. phil: because she says they are scared of his stance on immigration, his call for a ban on muslims coming into the country, and his willingness to let muslim nations fight each other. >>: jihad on each other' s heads for ever and ever? let them duke it out, and let allah sort it out. >> the rhetoric was strong to say the least, trump listening and smiling, putting out a press release reminding his closest competitor senator ted cruz about what he said about palin.
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governor sarah palin. >> he is from the private sector, not a politician. phil: the crowd was fired up. palin herself, fired up, and trump, happy to be endorsed by one of the most conservative voices out there, added -- >> we are going to give them hell. phil: they plan to do that starting tomorrow when palin will join trump on the campaign trail and iowa. ed: trump' s campaign appears to be ted cruz' s loss. he' s reaching -- reacting to the news during the third day of a five-day bus tour in barnstead, new hampshire. cruz said he will be a friend of governor palin, but his campaign manager wasn' t mincing words. he said she was hurting herself. on the democratic side, and new poll gives bernie sanders a lead in new hampshire, 27 points. senator sanders has 60% of the
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poll. -- wmur/cnn poll. the potential good news for definitely supported who they are supporting. heather: police and figure out who sent bomb threats to schools across the state. were targeted today, boston, newton among them. thousands of students were sent arlington' s police chief said a caller stated a bomb would blow survivors would be shot. >> we have a preschool in our high school. we have a day care. we also have a special education programs needed to be evacuated. heather: it' s not clear if the threats are coming from one source for several different ones. as of now, all schools will be open tomorrow. praising the city' confronting its challenges, mayor marty walsh gave his state
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he has an answer to protests over how he is handling the cities of schools.reid lamberty is live. reid: the mayor praised his efforts he' s made to the school system over the year, but there was a loud voice of opposition that rallied against the budget deficit. it' s not exactly the red carpet welcome mayor walsh wanted, protesters upset with a $50 million school budget gap and tax breaks to ge, voicing concern before the mayor' s citywide address. >> we need to maher walsh to advocate for the petition. we need to make sure we are funding the schools. we are giving tax cuts to ge. read: the mayor' s response -- >> i will send a budget that increases school funding by a total of $90 million. reid: education took center stage for much of mayor walsh' s state of the city, praising dr.
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schooldays, and creating a 10-year school building plan. >> the boston public schools. kindergarten program is proven to close the achievement gap. reid: funding is an issue in the state, colin on leaders to work through the budget. >> let' s work through the state budget process this year to make a full investment in our children, our families, and our common future. reid: the mayor, laying out a roadmap for what is ahead, but many fear financial potholes. >> seeing a huge decrease in our funding without seeing the initiatives to go with it really leaves us scratching our heads. reid: parents tonight are calling to be more involved and engaged in the conversation. i am reid lamberty, wcvb newscenter 5. heather: here is what else the mayor propose. he is creating a new office of housing stability to help people stay in their homes even as cost
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he wants a task force that will study the idea of raising the minimum wage in boston to $15 an hour, and he wants to commit resources to improving the city' s parks, including converting more than six acres of land into new park space. heather: ed: ed: a guilty verdict in the case of a crash on the arbor way. nicholas pam annapolis was convicted of negligent operation for causing the crash that injured five people, two of them seriously. one survivor was in court for the first time today with his wife gina. the father of three cannot walk, of his injuries. he will need constant care for the rest of his life. >> they would like to think the they sat through a difficult case. they want to thank the first responders who responded to the scene. ed: he will be sentenced later this year on september 3. heather:heather: the florida supreme court will not review the murder conviction of former boston fbi agent john connolly.
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second-degree murder in the 1982 killing of miami gambling executive john callahan. the case has been linked to boston' s mob boss whitey bulger who is serving a life sentence for his role in 19 murders. the quincy man charged in a disturbing plot targeting a woman and her family -- [no audio] 45-year-old thomas sheehan is accused of impersonating a woman online, hoping that she wanted to be kidnapped and raped. prosecutors say he posted pictures of the woman and her children, as well as their home address. defense attorneys say he was role-playing. >> next on newscenter 5 -- heather:heather: a driver trapped, his car upside down in the water. the total stranger who came to the rescue. ed: the dangerous illness putting pregnant one in on alert. the new questions doctors are being told to ask immediately.
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>> you' re watching wcvb newscenter 5 at 11:00. >> i could' ve gotten killed. i skidded on ice. ed: he was trapped in a car upside down in an icy pond. ann easton man has a lot of people to thank for being alive. heather: jorge quiroga is live with his dramatic calls for help. jorge: tonight, that retired 73-year-old accountant is blaming for icy conditions after hitting a utility pole and a tree. his car careened over a stone wall and into that water. the crash scene was dramatic. a 911 call, leaving no doubt this is urgent. >> a car flipped and is in the water. jorge: the silver camry on its
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leon redmond trapped inside. >> i skidded on ice. i never do more than 20 miles an hour. jorge: saved from drowning after most of the car became suspended on the banks of the pond. >> i didn' t realize it until the emts came that i was upside down. jorge: among the first at the scene and in the water to help, a retired firefighter who lives across the street. >> he just drove straight into a tree. the car hit the tree. it jumped up like this and rolled into the water. jorge: firefighters needed the jaws of life to get him out, and residents say the curb is notorious. it' s the second time in two months that a vehicle has skidded into the water. >> we found the car upside down in the water with two women who already called 911. >> i could' ve gotten killed. >> it' s upside down. jorge: lucky he was wearing his seatbelt. >> i get emotional. i didn'
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back home, mr. rodman still believes ice made him lose control of his car. police say they are investigating. live in wcvb newscenter 5. heather: finally something to laugh about for a report the paper released this video of jason rez aian, showing him laughing at a joke that poked fun at his iranian captors claiming he was a spy. he was one of four americans exchanged for the u.s. pardoning seven iranians. ed: the governor of michigan is taking responsibility for the flint water crisis. during his state of the state address, nearly 100,000 people have been exposed to potential lead poisoning. protesters of the crisis are repeatedly calling for the governor to resign. he is pledging to fix the problem. >> government failed you. federal, state, and local
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i' m sorry most of all that i let you down. you deserve better. ed: president obama met with flint' s mayor karen weaver after declaring a state of emergency over the weekend. heather: new guidelines for pregnant women and their doctors over a virus causing birth defects. it is called the zika virus, and there have been outbreaks in the latin america -- in latin america and the caribbean. patients if they had trouble to those areas, and if they have, they should consider a test for the virus. there is no medicine or vexing. ed: you have seen fenway park as a baseball venue. you have seen concerts inside of it. check this out. fenway football games can keep you' ve never seen it before. in 140-foot snow ramp is being it'
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the ramp is for the polartec big air at fenway. to ski jumping event in february. heather: they say it' s going to be taller than the green monster. ed: the green monster is 37 feet tall. heather: pretty cool. i would like to be in the stands. or more importantly, this time of year come in a box. harvey: i hear you, heather. even though i don' t have all the t pretend to have all the answers -- there is you. this is the disturbance that doesn' t look that organized or strong. it has come in along the west coast, but eventually, that becomes a storm as it slides to the southeast. it eventually picks up moisture in the gulf of mexico, and as it gets farther north, bumping into cold air, snow breaks out. here' evening, snowing around the nation'
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far north. i' m pretty confident washington, baltimore, possibly new york did a decent amount, but it is much more questionable whether the moderate to heavy snow gets into boston or the south coast of new england. that still has to be played out. for getting the heavier snow would be from parts of virginia on up towards baltimore, washington, as well as philadelphia. that would be the greatest likelihood, but it is certainly we might get light to moderate amounts. there is also a possibility that the more moderate snows do make their way up into southern new england. if it happened, it would be saturday from midday in the afternoon into sunday morning. that would be the time for us. we are near the edge, but this area will be in the heart of it.
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in terms of the snow threat, heaviest likely to be for the mid-atlantic. southern new england, right on the edge. travel will be impacted along i-95. the question is, how much will it be impacted as you head up towards providence and boston? here is the idea. the storm really intensifies and starts to move east, northeastward. when we get into the snow, the track will be critical to determine how much snow and wind we get. one thing i want to point out. even though i' m not certain how much snow we are going to get, we are going to have a strong northeasterly wind for the coast and the cape. we have a full moon coming up saturday. with that persistent east to northeasterly wind, beach erosion and coastal flooding become potential issues. the timeframe, saturday afternoon into sunday, the track is critical as to heart far --
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look at the gusts we had in our area today, even a little bit of localized damage. it is still gusty now. trending down a little bit with time. boston is 20. the wind is 18 miles per hour. it' s a wind chill of 5. a bundle up morning as we start out in the teens. about seven degrees less cold tomorrow afternoon, not quite as windy. let' s check now for you the next seven days. the whole critical period, cold and dry through friday night. then it looks like the turn mild early next week. also realize there is interest in the weather in denver. the cold will have eased their compared to us. temperatures could be around 40 for the game, drop into the 30' s. there' s the chance there could be a bit of snow before the game
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bigger potential here. the potential will be realized to the south. we will stay on top of it. cindy will join you for the eye-opener. ed: a hollywood star can add something new to his resume. heather: the fiery rescue right outside his home. coming up tonight on "jimmy kimmel," i just like to say it.
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here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. tin fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security tincreases benefits and cost of living adjustments p and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders,
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ed: an oscar winner, comedian, musician. jamie foxx can add lifesaver to his resume. he and another man pulled a driver from a burning car last
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-- crashed near his home. the speeding driver hit a drainage pipe and rolled over. the victim is hospitalized and facing drunk driving charges, but the good news is he is alive to face drunk driving charges. heather: the car was on fire, and he jumped in and pulled the guy out. pretty impressive. do you have anything that can top that? >> at 6:00 tonight, bob halloran took a unique look at -- [indiscernible] there is a football player who looked a bit like marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time. "one third of all of his
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he was running for president." over the last three years, marco rubio has missed more votes... washington politician marco rubio. doesn't show up for work, but wants a promotion? right to rise usa is responsible
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now sportscenter 5 with mike lynch. mike: bruins-canadians, always something special. tonight was no exception. both teams wearing their winter sweaters.
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spinal cord injury -- new year' s day, i should say, down at gillette stadium. she played professional hockey here in boston. after the game, those jerseys were autographed. you can go to the bruins off to a far better start than on new year' s day. >> steel from gallagher. here' s the giveaway to thomas. score! if at first you don' t succeed, try, try again. mike: he and his wife welcomed a baby girl saturday. patrice bergeron makes it a 1-1 tie. pasternak in the third period to give the bruins a cushion. they got an empty-letter from brad marchand. 38 saves for tuukka rask as the
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the last on the patriots played in denver, rob gronkowski was carted off the field with a bad bone bruise. one bronco thinks that is the most efficient way to stop gronm k. >> you' ve got to hit him low. that' s your best chance of hitting him. >> at that moment, are you saying a prayer when you hit him low? >> you' ve got to attack him like any other man. just take his legs out, or hold on and wait for the game to come up and tackle him. mike: we will see you on sunday. [laughter] manning looks pretty much the same as he did when they came into the league, but bob halloran back time machine to look at tom brady. bob: ladies and gentlemen, do star you are about to see is true. bob: we traveled through time, simpler times, to the time when tom brady'
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>> never did i think it would be a runaway victory. bob: that was back in his "leave it to beaver" days. in his first start in the nfl, he would be in front of a win against peyton manning, and as it was then it is now. brady has high expectations for himself. >> this is the way we think we can perform week in and week out. bob: brady was still considered a game manager, no touchdowns, no picks, a qb rating of something on .6. manning has changed, but brady? >> it feels great. bob: brady the elder sounds a lot like brady the younger. bob halloran, wcvb sportscenter 5. mike: tom brady has matured over the years. tom brady used to look like the beav. heather: we are not laughing at you.
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ed: how many times has he been compared to jerry mathers as the beaver? heather: i love the bangs. how far he has come. [laughter] harvey: the puberty expression was awesome. it heather: conjures up a lot of images, doesn' t it?
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