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>> now on newscenter 5' s ey eopener. randy: a deadly gunfight began. two people shot at an mbta station. the chaos in the station. >> you are watching wcvb, boston' s news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5' s eyeopener. >> there in the press box! heads are spinning. emily: sarah palin endorsing donald trump. her defense of the republican
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randy: and pretty mild this morning. emily: mild? -- cindy: the bar is here. you praise yourself as you walk out the door. it' s ok. not as harsh today but clearly it is still called. teens to around 20 degrees. the kids need to be bundled up at the bus stop this morning. temperatures around 30 as we get off to sunshine. that wind chill still noticeable today. wins are gusting in a few spots over 20 or 30 miles an hour. does feel like it is in the single digits and a lot of spots. 5 is what you want to dress for in boston. 4 below the windchill in worcester. most windchill values coming up into the teens and that is where they stay. another cold, windy day. not quite as harsh as yesterday. sunshine with temperatures topping out near 30 degrees.
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of the week that we are watching this energy off to the west. diving south. makes a run up in our direction later at saturday afternoon into the timing has changed. we are still watching that track is to far -- how far north the heavier snow gets. up in a bit. good morning, olessa. olessa: looking good in both directions. let' s get to those maps. so far no complaints heading into town. by wilmington, there is a disabled car. to spot pond. approaching the leverett connector. eastbound, police activity clearing on 128 on highland avenue. a lane closed. trains and buses doing ok.
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pakistan. emily: a gunman stormed the injuring several more. many of the debtor students. -- dead are students. that triggered a gun battle. responsibility. we will bring you new information as we get it. right now a deadly fire is under investigation on the south shore . randy: flames broke out on needed -- on edith -- drive last night. kelly: firefighters remain on the scene this morning cleaning things up. they were checking the hoses which are frozen solid or look around them, so much debris in front of the home, a very difficult fire to fight in scituate. the flames broke out around 8:00
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a roof collapse among the with. home. they pulled a man out. as firefighters battle this they got help from norwell. still under investigation. randy: right now the search for 12 missing u.s. marines including one from hitting him has been suspended off hawaii. no sign of survivors. christopher orlando, a 2010 hingham high, graduate was a flight crew chief. police are searching for a man who shot two people at a busy t station. both victims are recovering after the attack on the blue line. antoinette antonio is at maverick station where riders
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antoinette: this violence seem to come out of nowhere. police say it started with a fight between to wo men. here is a look at cell phone video that a witness caught in the middle of this chaos. a 29-year-old man was shot during an argument around 2:30 yesterday just as the train was pulling up to the maverick station. riders tell us they heard that shot as they left the train. that is when another shot was fired. a 43-year-old man was struck on the platform as a violence spilled out of the train. some say it appeared the suspect was looking for someone else. >> people were moving away from the doors. the first instinct was to kind of recoil. a third character appeared. he wasn' t afraid of anything. antoinette: riders hoping for a much calmer commute today. train service was suspended between airport and bowdoin
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police are combing through surveillance video in hopes of finding the suspect. sarah palin: are you ready to stop for -- stump fot r trump? emily: sarah palin throwing her support to donald trump. the tea party favorite and former vice presidential candidate will join trump in iowa. eric otero tell joins us with what this means for the front runner. --erica tarantella joins us. erica: it could mean a big boost from conservative voters for trump. palin announced her support on trump' s stance on immigration. she believes trump is o nly
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sarah palin: our gop they that would assemble the attacking their own front runner! erica: trump says he is honored to have palin' head into a critical time. weeks away. emily: hillary clinton is e-mails on her private server top-secret. the report from inspector general for the intelligence committee claim some e-mails dealt with the nation' s most secret programs. clinton says the messages were not classified at the time they were sent or received. randy: marty walsh issued a challenge after a protest at his state of the city address last night in the city. >> save our city. fund our schools. randy: parents are upset with the $50 billion school budget
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the mayor says he has increased school funding by 19 million dollars. he says every large desert in the state is feeling the same pinch and called on state lawmakers to help change that. maher walsh: let' s work through the state budget process to make it pull -- a full investment. randy: he also praised the hiring of 24 new principles, extending school days and the creation of a 10 year school building plan. the mayor is creating a new office of housing stability to help people stay in their homes even as cost of living in the city skyrockets. he wants to form a task force that will study the idea of raising the minimum wage in the city to $15.00 an hour and commit resources to improving the city' s parks, converting six acres into new park space in the
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governor baker will deliver his state of the commonwealth address tomorrow night. you can watch that on channel 5. our coverage beginning at 7:30. emily: a new figh i t is brewing over plans for an indy car race in boston seaport. a group of residents is collecting signatures to convince the city to cancel the event. the group launched a website calling it completely disruptive. they' re worried about the noise, traffic and construction that would come with that labor day weekend event. today marks 10 years since a heartbreaking case that shook a quiet messages is community. this morning, -- neil sits in prison sving a life sentence for killing his wife rachel and their nine-month-old. the bodies were found in the couple' s home a decade ago today. he always denied his role in the crime. fleed to london where he was arrested. he is not eligible for parole.
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an suv link to the aaron hernandez murder trial is getting i eyed. emily: the driver of this car owes his life to strangers. randy: new this morning, -- three signs that stress is becoming more than a nuisance. erica: at least 21 people are dead after an attack on a university in pakistan. the gunfight started just as classes were getting underway. the taliban and claiming responsibility for the attack. cindy: not quite as cold, not quite as windy today but still a chill in the air. i' m tracking the latest trends with our weekend storm. the new timeline ahead. take a look at these debit yours heading out the door. clear skies, teens to 20 degrees. that wind is still active. this is what you want to dress for -- wind chill'
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>> good morning, eyeopener! randy: they were so well behaved before that. good morning to the fifth-graders at lincoln elementary. they got a wetaher lesson from -- weather lesson from daniel. cindy: come on in. we have been a little busy. the more the merrier. emily: we would love to see your wake-up call. head to ulocal to upload it. cindy: we are watching the trend that is now our friend. the transit been further south of that area of low pressure which means the heavy snow will be farther south as well. the te
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the time he has changed a little bit. any impacts here look like they come later saturday into sunday morning. the track is critical. there will be some snow, wind, coastal impacts as well. the latest computer model trends are indicating the heavier snow, blue coloring is going to be targeting the mid-atlantic states, .d.c. , philly down to virginia. this looks like southern u england is going to be on the as you get to northern england, a sharp cut off. as you head down 95 this weekend starting on friday -- some travel impacts. saturn a night into early sunday. teams to around 20 degrees again. still have that wind kicking up out there. gusting 20. occasionally 30 miles per hour. it does feel like it is in the single digit is this morning
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feels like for below in s only get up into the teens this afternoon. bright sunshine. the winds not as strong as yesterday but a westerly wind 15-20 gusting over 30 at times. the temperatures near 30 degrees. we have high pressure in control giving a sunshine today. just to our south. we are not going to get much out of that except some clouds overnight which will hold the on future cast, the area of snow approaching us it falls apart. some clouds overnight. sunshine tomorrow. all eyes on this here. energy right now coming out of the pacific northwest over the next 24 hours. it dives towards texas well it will take up some moisture. by friday morning -- look where it is, gathering strength. it is going to be in big storm affecting the southeast. by saturday morning early on, snow starts in d.c. perhaps some snow all the way into georgia. it is from here the questions become how far north is this
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our -- take a look -- not that far north because the heavier snow up from new york city to the area. trend after trend shifting this further south, indicating the heaviest impacts around the mid-atlantic states. for us, locally, the farther south you get, where we could see the highest amount in southeastern massachusetts. down towards the mid-atlantic states. we' ll measure in inches around here. the other thing i am concerned with is the coast line because we will have, as that storm comes up the coast, high pressure to the north. with a full moon on saturday, tides are running high. beach erosion and concerns of coastal flooding saturday night, early sunday morning high tide. olessa: we are keeping a close eye on the roads getting busier.
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by the gas tank. let' s check out the rest of your ride. 93 southbound looks happier. past wellington there is a disabled car near 125. stop and go. and to the leverett connector. eastbound on the pike in good shape. no problems on route 9. 24 a little bit of i' m into roundup. the expressway is now almost a half hour braintree into boston. randy: it' s 18 after 6:00. an suv will be the subject of a hearing in the aaron hernandez murder case. prosecutors say hernandez was driving the toyota four runner when he killed to -- two men outside a nightclub. rental company is asking the judge to return it to complete the sale of the dealership. the trial date was not set
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case before the supreme judicial court of the commonwealth that could impact the evidence of the case. >> there was a car that flipped. it is in the water. emily: an easton man is thanking a lot of people after getting trapped upside down in his car and icy water. he was saved from drowning thanks to some quick thinking. leon says he skidded on the patch of ice tuesday morning at his car hitting a tree and a utility pole before flipping over. two women found him and called 911. as a retired firefighter jumped into the water to help. their efforts leaving redmond profoundly grateful. >> i could have got killed. i get emotional. i did not realize it was that bad. emily: that curve on bay road is notorious and police are investigating. a look of the economy. asian stocks tumble overnight amid anxiety over turbulence. dow futures are plunging, down
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new data today on housing. randy: more trouble for drafting spur the texas attorney general says the fantasy sports website and fan duel are illegal. the games can still continue for now until the court decides on their legality. drafting says the g a.g.' s comments are based on misunderstanding. your health and stress -- there are signs that tension is harming you more than you think. like fragrant headaches. they are often the result of clenching your jaw. contracting your body, grinding your teeth, pinching your neck. and keep and eye on body aches. this could be worked out strain or could be your body increasing muscle tension because a stressful situations throughout the day. finally, that itchy skin might not just be winter dryness. intense stress can increase skin inflammation, particular on your arms and parts of your face. emily: good to know.
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folded up and recycle. randy: ahead and i hoppers. erica: new details on general electric' s move to boston. and jamie foxx becomes a real-life hero. the emergency making him spring into action. >> weekdays at 4:30 a brand-new
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cindy: look up the next new mornings. you will be able to see five planets together and this guy just before sunrise. mercury, venus, saturn, mars, jupiter all visible. it has been 10 years since all five planets appeared together in the predawn sky. check it out if you' re not looking with your head buried. so cold out there. temperatures running in the teens to around 20 degrees. that wind has not let up all that much. we are still seeing some gusts over 20, even 30 miles an hour
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digits above and below zero. no higher than the teens today but mostly sunny skies and temperatures coming up to 30 degrees. still chilly but sunshine and dry whether through friday. emily: we are getting creative today. olessa: nothing like the cardboard sports most -- forts most kids build. in sydney, australia. a french artist is behind the project. he is allowing the public to build these amazing structures. you can even take a zip line to the buildings. maybe even more fun, the whole thing will be destroyed on the final day. emily: makes me sad. i think the kids would enjoy it. olessa: mcdonald' s giving french fries a new spin. the chain says it will start selling mc-choko potatoes in japan drizzled with white and chocolate. now word on whether it will make its way here.
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i' m a health nut. olessa: this doesn' t appeal to me. emily: maybe those little containers -- the chocolate on the side? olessa: i could just drink those. emily: weridi -- weirding me out. randy: both of you surprise me. this is a morning of contrasting confusion. a site a mother and father will love of forget. the how warming moment between their premature newborns. plus, a home invasion in new hampshire. what police say the suspect did after taping the homeowner. following breaking news overseas. at least 21 people dead after an attack on a university campus in pakistan. the taliban is claiming
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>> now on newscenter 5' s eyeopener. randy: gunmen storm a school in pakistan opening fire on students. the new information just coming in. >> a deadly fire on the south show. the clues investigating a follow. >> big changes to boston as ge moves to town and everyone will feel the impact. emily: a fiery crash and a hollywood star hailed as a hero. >> i look at it -- id don' t look at it as heroic. the hug from jamie foxx this dad will never forget. >> you are watching wcvb,' boston' s news leader. this is newscenter 5' s eyeopener. randy: our live camera and worcester. brightness on the skyline but don' t know what that means. cindy, interpretation of that. good morning.
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cindy: i don' t know what that means. the sunrises are getting earlier. so, clear si kies, a little brightness on the horizon not a bad thing. it' s cold again. 15 in worcester. 21 in boston. so, the kids need to be bundled up at the bus stop for sure. still have that windchill to contend with even though the temperature comes up to 30 this afternoon, wind chills will get no higher than a teens. winds gusting 20-30 miles per hour. not as strong as yesterday but enough to not back those wind chills. 4 below in worcester. five above in boston. windchills coming into the teens by lunchtime. so, still somewhat of a windchill factor. not as harsh as yesterday. by noon time, about 28 degrees. we are watching this right here, energy that has come into the pacific northwest.
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from the gulf of mexico and turn may be targeting the mid-atlantic states the hardest now, but there will be impacts locally. saturday afternoon to sunday track closely. many more details coming up. let' s get out to the roads. a little busier out there. olessa: picking up those to lay spirit alive let outside. here the expressway by the gas tank. you can see heavy volume on the northbound side. let' s go to the maps and sea morning. one lane is closed route 3 northbound to you see those delays into the braintree split. you saw the expressway, a half hour into boston. the pike eastbound is not look too bad. 495 to 128. 93 south, most of the volume pickup near wilmington. states slow near spot pond. trains and buses still running on schedule. randy: following breaking news right now. 21 people are dead after a gun
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many of them are students. the taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. a deadly fire is under shore. flames broke out late last night scituate. home but died. boston police are searching for the man who shot two people at the mavericks t station. this is video of the aftermath. it started with a fight between two men on a blue line train. and spilled over onto the platform. the victims are recovering. emily: we are learning of major changes promised as g.e. gets ready to move into boston. doug is live in the seaport district were more than just the company will full the impact. -- feel the impact. doug: millions of dollars in changes what we are talking about to boston' s waterfront. all part of the deal to lure in g.e. that includes something that has
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of the north avenue bridge. general electric relocating its world headquarters from fairfield, connecticut, to the boston seaport. that deal did not come cheap. the globe reporting that includes $100 million to reopen this bridge which was closed in 2014 due to safety concerns. the state will kick in $25 million to approve pedestrian walkways, bike lanes. and city leaders publicly disclosed last week. by the way, g.e. going to be moving in 800 workers into the city. live here atht the seaport district. randy: the boston police department is hoping a multimillion dollar computer upgrade will make their records more accurate. the new $12 million record system replaces 40-year-old procedures that relied on paper and led to data entry errors.
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a violent home invasion in new hampshire. erica tarantella tracking the overnight.the relevance -- erica: that happened in the early evening on tuesday. two men forced their way into a home on chester road. they struggled with the homeowner. once the attackers had that man restrained, they stole variables including wrestling memorabilia. then they stole the man' s car. police looking for the suspects car, a black 2010 darts charger. -0- - dodge charger. emily: local police and federal officials are trying to figure out who sent bomb threats to schools across the state. more than a dozen communities targeted tuesday. boston, plymouth, newton are thousands of students sent home as a precaution. arlington'
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-- police chief said a caller said a bomb would the high school. they ordered in evacuation and it is not clear if that threats are coming from one source. randy: a new show support for a new england boy fighting cancer. emily: a movement underway to help an-year-old stay strong. a life. t actors real lifehe heroism. randy: we are following a deadly attack at the university in pakistan. 21 people are dead from this attack. update the head in news to go. >> weeknights at 7:00, newscenter 5 at 7:00, local
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olessa: a live look outside of the expressway by the gas tank. very slow ride. a half hour braintree to boston. north, south of the camera shot out of weymouth on route 3, a accident blocking alain by --
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cindy: a windchill hovering in the single digits above and below zero. the windchill is getting no higher than the teens this afternoon but we will have a good amount of sunshine today. temperatures topping out around 30 degrees. dry through friday and all eyes focused on the weekend storm. we will have much more to say about that in a couple minutes. randy: today is be strong day. the rhode island assembly is honoring a boy. he' s diagnosed with untreatable cancer. highway signs are showing up for 8-year-old dorian murray including this one. his sto ry has gone viral. it is also inspiring this amazing seeing on a rhode island beach. dorian expected to be at the statehouse for the reading of the proclamation later today. emily: actor jamie foxx is being
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burning car. the academy award-winning star did not waste a second and that probably saved a life. police say 32-year-old brett kyle was driving drunk when he crashes car in front of foxx' s home. the truck burst into flames and that is when foxx and another pulled him to safety. >> i don' t look at it as heroic. i look at it as i just had to do something. >> my god. he did not have to do a thing. emily: kyle' s family calls foxx a guardian angel. randy: update ahead on breaking news this morning. information just in on th at a deadly attack on a pakistani university. a warning for pregnant women -- the disease outbreak leading to new testing.
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randy: your news to go. we are in situate and east boston. emily: donald trump picks up a key endorsement. first, i want to check in with cindy and your forecast. we are focused on the weekend. cindy: we have been watching the storm.
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seaboard and had to us does it come? it is really not on the map in any real significant form. just came into the pacific northwest and it will be diving southward. over the next one of four hours, it will head to texas where will pickup some gulf of mexico moisture. look at this blossom by friday morning in the southeast and by saturday morning, look at the heavy snow around d.c., stretching back to kentucky and getting some snow in north georgia. so, this is going to be a possible store. as it continues to head northward, it will make that turn out tos sea. the trends over the past 12-24 hours have been for this to happen farther south. so, that looks like the heavier snow towards the mid-atlantic states. that being said, we will be on the edge of the heavier snow.
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feet rather than inches in the mid-atlantic states. to that. in southeastern massachusetts. the farther nortyou get, it is looking like you will snow. in addition to the snow there will be some wind. beach erosion. in the teens to 20 degrees out there right now but that wind picking up. windchill' s out the door this morning in the single digits, getting no higher than the teens as we go through the afternoon. another windy and cold day. clouds coming to overnight. chilly winds tomorrow. less wind and still dry on s get you out to the roads. shape. the gas tank. so far just a little bit slower than normal.
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delays up into braintree. that expressway ride is a half hour into boston. 20 minutes from 495 to 1 28. 93 southbound we have a disabled in wellington. stop and go to lace to the leverett connector. randy: at least 21 people are dead after a gun man stormed a university in pakistan. many of the victim students. the attack led to a gun battle with police. taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. government leaders say at least four of the attackers are dead. emily: futres on -- futures on wall street have plummeted. dow jones futures are down 300 points after turbulent trading yesterday and sagging s asian markets. randy: a fire is under investigation on the south shore in situate.
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learning overnight. kelly: in the daylight you can get a better sense of the devastation in situate. look at all the debris that firefighters had to remove from the home. look at the roof. you can get a sense of the collapse that happened here. the state fire marshal says the fire broke out at 8:00 last night at 12 edith holmes drive. a roof collapsed. firefighters did enter the home. they knew there was a man inside the they pulled him out. sadly, he died at the hospital. surrounding towns came into h elp. at this hour, no word on the cause of the fire. emily: >> a carry situation inside the maverick t station. two men were shot. here' s a look at some cell phone
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amid the chao s around 2:30 yesterday. this started as an argument on the blue line. a 29-year-old man was shot. the violence spilling out onto the platform where a 43-year-old man was struck. train service was suspended for two hours yesterday. police are now combing through surveillance video hoping to catch this suspect. >> there is an old slogan - . g.e. brings good things to life. bringing big changes starting with the reopening of the old north avenue bridge. the city will be kicking in as much as $100 million to get the bridge up and running. this money is beyond what the city has stated publicly it would commit to sweeten the deal
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the state is saying it is going to pony up $25 million to improve roads and sidewalks and bike lanes. g.e. expecting to bring 800 employees to this part of town. emily: sarah palin joins donald trump on the campaign trail in iowa after endorsing the front runner. sarah palin: he is beholden to no one but we the people. he' s going rogue left and right. that is why he is doing so well. emily: the former vice presidential candidate seen as a big get, especially considering palin bacck ked cruz when he ran for senate. she has a large network of supporters in iowa. randy: the campaign volunteer
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carson died after a car crash in iowa. a 25-year-old braden -- one of four campaign workers riding in a va n that slid on ice. ben carson suspended his campaign to be with the family. emily: three americans to disappeared in iraq were reportedly kidnapped. iraqi intelligence claim the three americans are taken friday from a home in baghdad. they are the first americans to be abducted since u.s. troops withdrew in 2011. sources say they have no reason to believe that iran was involved. new gun restrictions going to place in lowell today today -- anyone who wants an unrestricted gun license has to submit a written statement saying why
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gun rights activists at home and to loosen the rules of saying is too expensive. reimburse drivers whose cars were towed on monday. 350 people were given little to no warning to move their vehicles after higher than expected snowfall. public works leaders say they take full responsibility for the tows that resulted from a last-minute parking ban. emily: protesters are calling resign even if he apologizes for the flint water crisis. 100,000 people have been exposed to lead poisoning after a change and water supply. president barack obama met with the flint mayor yesterday after declaring a federal state of emergency. randy: the cdc issues new guidelines for pregnant women over a virus that causes birth defects. there has been an outbreak of the -- virus in latin america
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they want obstetricians to ask patients if they travel to those areas and to consider testing them. it is spread through mosquito bites. emily: a powerhouse music merger. berklee college of music and the boston conservatory will combine. it will increase enrollment entering the school into a one-stop shop for music and the performing arts. randy: new plans for boston' s emmanuel college. planning to knock down one of its four residence hall to build this building. the fenway college plan was approved last week. the dorm is expected to be complete by august 2018. emily: the bruins and the canadians paid tribute to -- lang. they played in montre al. she suffered a serious spinal injury during the women'
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the bruins beat the habs 4-1. randy: fenway park like you have never seen it before. over a 140 foot snow ramp being built on the field. not what fans are used to seeing in april. when the ramp is done, it will tower over the green monster. it is for next month' s big air, that will feature the world' s top skiers and snowboarders. emily: some heart tugging moments in australia. randy: premature newborn twins are sharing an intimate moment. the new mom posted a video of their twins on facebook, hold ing hands. it wasn' t a one time thing. the twins born 2.2 pounds each. captured holding hands on their mothers chest. the images have been shared
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emily: keep an eye on the roadways. olessa: watching a few problems' s this morning. a live look at the expressway at the gas tank. normal delays. north of town we are watching a few issues. 93 southbound as heavy as you travel from wilmington to the leverett connector. there is an overturned card reported 120 north. 93 south into boston is heavy and delays on the pike. a disabled truck blocks alain north. 3. braintree into boston half hour. trains and buses running on schedule. cindy: clear skies. look at this -- sun up at 7:08. but it is called. 21 degrees. the west. if feels like it is in the single digits. 4 below in worcester.
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come up to 31 degrees. the wind chills will hold in the teens to the afternoon. not as harsh as yesterday but another windy, cold day. steer this storm system to o ur ur south. we' re looking at dry weather through the end of the week. the focus of this energy dropping from the pacific northwest picking up gulf of mexico moisture and developing into a storm of the carolina coastline early on saturday. the heaviest snow through the mid-atlantic states according to our latest computer models. with this. s-eye in terms of the heaviest snow locally, we will still get some snow late saturday. the highest amounts likely over southeastern massachusetts. we will keep a close eye on that. the other thing we will watch on saturday will be the tide. with his high tide due to the full moon, that persistent
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getting some beach erosion. we will watch the high tide saturday evening into sunday. lots to watch but the trend is farther south. we will keep a close eye on it. it looks like the heaviest snow may miss new england. emily: we would be ok with that. thank you for watching. randy: v cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. r people don't have access to healthcare v because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands
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