tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC January 28, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
coatings to about an inch of snow. once we get past that system coming up on friday, things are very quiet for the weekend. weekend around 50. we are going to break down the forecast as the eyeopener continues. >> now a newscenter 5 eyeopener. connected to one man. the chaos linking a violent series of events. randy: a major clue found in a startling crime. the discovery that could solve a shooting and stabbing in brookline. erika: frightening moments onboard an american airlines the sudden symptoms overtaking passengers. on the eye for this thursday >> you are watching wcvb, boston' good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> she slowly wakes up and
randy: talk about a wake up call. the unusual creature that curled up on a 99-year-old woman. it' s ahead in eyepoppers. the woman is alive. good morning. i am randy price. erika: and i' m erika tarantal. emily is off. the air looks cute, the clouds not so much. cindy: you' re walking out the door saying it is a whole lot colder this morning. take a look at the difference out the door, versus 24 hours ago. 20' s compared to 40' s. it is only around 20 right now in worcester. much milder yesterday morning. it is 22 degrees in beverly. as you head south of boston, on the vineyard as well, it is only 17 degrees. a much colder start but these
re-freeze. in general, it is a quiet weather day. sun is up at 7:02. we are going to see lots of sunshine. we may see a few clouds work on in. low 40' s from florence -- from lawrence to boston. we do have a disturbance off to the west. a storm down the coast. together, these teachers bring in a lot of clouds and rain and snow showers. little time that up for you. let' s could you out to the roads and say good morning to olessa peered olessa: a live look at the express lane. let' s go to the maps into the rest of your ride as you head into town. construction clear on 93 south after they converge. no problem south of town. route three as well. no problems along the pike. section picking up near 128.
randy: right now two violent scenes are under investigation in norton. one woman is dead. another seriously injured after simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. and we are getting new information about how all of this happened. erika: the eyeopener' s pam cross is in norton with what we know at this hour. pam? pam: we know that it all started here on holmes street. that' s where police say 35-year-old martin mcdonald killed his estranged wife. 34-year-old julie meede was found in this home last night after a 911 call. she had stab wounds. meede was rushed to sturdy be saved. about a minute after the panicked call from that home head-on crash not far away on that' mcdonald' s car crossed the median and hit another car driven by a rhode island woman. that woman is now in the
mcdonald was pulled from the crash scene and arrested on murder charges. he' s due in court later this morning. google bring you the latest information as soon as we have it. reporting live, i am pam cross, newscenter 5. erika: right now police in brookline are pouring over a major clue as they try to piece together two bloody crime scenes. the eyeopener' s antoinette antonio is in brookline this morning with that discovery and how it could help crack this case. antoinette: we are at one of the to scenes. this is on harvard street. that discovery you talked about is the car that is at the center of this bizarre and violent crime. it is a white ford focus with new york plates. police found the car abandoned in boston. it had allegedly been stolen from a home in cambridge. all of this started on st. paul street wednesday with a shooting. one man was found wounded there. a short time later police say
s school on harvard street tossing two more wounded men right out the door. two suspects took off one in the car and one on foot. they' re still on the run this morning. as for the three victims, they are all expected to survive. police say everyone involved knows each other this wasn' t random. but still a lot questions to be answered this morning. we will be sure to keep you posted. we are live in brookline, angela antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: there is a deal to end the fight over a proposed casino in everett. and it could be a jackpot for boston taxpayers. the city of boston will drop all efforts to kill the wynn casino in everett. boston is concerned over the impact the casino will have on traffic especially in sullivan square.
city $2 million in compensation for the next 15 years. $25 million will go toward infrastructure upgrades in sullivan square. wynn will aim to spend $20 million a year doing business with boston companies. the casino is scheduled to open in 2 years. erika: new this morning a new report is recommending new training for administrators after an incident involving racially-charged text messages at lowell high school. the messages surfaced after the election of an african american student as class president. six students were suspended. but there were questions after one of those students was allowed to run in a sporting event just a day later. the lowell sun reports 16 pages of the task force report on the incident were not made public including names of staff members who responded. erika: also new this thursday some students are calling boston latin school an unsafe environment and demanding more action on the use of racial slurs. two senior students met with mayor marty walsh yesterday about what they called bullying and harassment at the prestigious school.
to publicly address the situation. the school' s headmaster did sent -- did send out a letter this week saying there is work to be done. randy: right now this murder suspect is in critical condition fitchburg police moved-in. and this morning officers are s accused of kidnapping. dana lee william is accused of strangling his former father-in-law and kidnapping his former mother-in-law. it happened in the couple' s virginia home last week before sheila smith the suspect' s former sister-in-law says she was there when it happened. smith claims william blamed woodell and olene brooks for his >> he wanted to punish the family and he knew he could punish the family by getting to my mom. randy: the focus now is on finding olene brooks. killed when a wheel flew off a truck on 128 is remembering his
s uncle tells the globe they are shocked by the tragic crash. hu was also remembered as an active member of his church community. state police say a 19-year-old amesbury woman was driving the pickup on tuesday when it lost a tire in lexington. she has not been charged. erika: commitment 2016. the final republican debate before the iowa caucus gets underway tonight. ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush, chris christie, ben carson, john kasich and rand paul all taking the stage. but there' s a notable absence. the gop front-runner is standing firm saying he won' t be there. donald trump appeared on fox news last night with bill o' reilly avoiding the host' s calls for trump to join the debate. trump says he' s unhappy with the way fox news has treated him with sarcasm and questions from moderator megyn kelley. his closest rival ted cruz quick to poke fun.
she might ask a main question in who knows what could happen? his hair could stand on end. erika: trump will instead hold an event in iowa tonight for wounded veterans. the debate starts at 9:00. in the democratic race bernie sanders and hillary clinton are doing a full-court-press in iowa today just days before voting begins. sanders met with president obama at the white house yesterday but the meeting was not an endorsement of any kind. afterwards sanders called it productive. >> the president and i discussed a number of issues, foreign-policy issues, domestic bit of politics. erika: at the same time clinton was already back in iowa campaigning at a bowling alley. most polls put clinton and newscenter 5' s phil lipof is in he' ll be reporting live on the lead-up to the caucuses tonight p.m.
-- nation' s teacher and we all respected and admired her courage to fly aboard challenger. randy: this morning people are remembering a new hampshire educator who continues to inspire so many. it was 30 years ago today that christa mcauliffe and six other crew members were killed when the space shuttle challenger exploded charlie after takeoff. that mission was a special one -- exploded shortly after takeoff. that mission was a special one for so many in our region. mcauliffe was supposed to beam lessons from space to classrooms back here on earth. 30 years later at high tech facility in texas and others like it students are picking up where those astronauts left off. >> the goal is to inspire some of these kids to be scientists , engineers, maybe medical doctors, because we really need that. randy: many of the new hampshire students mcauliffe taught back in 1986 have become teachers themselves. a new lawsuit could pit college athletes against fantasy sports sites. erika: the claim that has
defense. and a flight makes an emergency landing when a mystery illness strikes. the symptoms taking out several passengers. randy: new this morning getting more sleep is not the only way to feel more alert. three ways to get more energized ahead. cindy? cindy: mild again today as i track potential snow showers tomorrow. who could get them and the big warm up on the way for everyone ahead. first here' s what to expect when you head out the door in -- the door.
>> good morning, eyeopener. randy: a great wake up call for a great cause. and good morning to all our friends at the american lung association. erika: good luck next saturday. show us how you' re helping your community with an eyeopener wake up call. just go to the front page of wcvb.com and upload it in the u-local section of our website. cindy: they say you can run a walk though. randy: you may need a lift. cindy: want to get up -- -- once you get up. we have had temperatures this week so far above the average. a lot of melting going on here tuesday, it was our -- it was our warmest day, 51.
if we trend down a little bit tomorrow into the upper 30' s, that is still above our average s. ugly, this is the coldest time of year. we are seeing -- typically, this is the coldest time of year. that melting that be icy patches this morning. 16 in oranges. 15 in jaffrey. norwood only down to the vineyard running into the teens. over the next 12 hours, skies are clear to mostly cloudy. lots of sunshine in the forecast. we will be in the 30' s by 9:00 this morning. we are going to stay above 40 degrees. the winds are going to be light. we are going to see those mainly clear skies giveaway to a couple of clouds later today.
in by 5:00 p.m. no big wind chills throughout the day. really nice afternoon. what we are watching is a disturbance off to the west. a lot of moisture with this energetic area of low pressure heading out of florida. there was one confirmed tornado touched down. we will watch late afternoon clouds give way to figure clouds through the overnight hours. not as cold tonight. 22 around the freezing mark. tomorrow we will watch that storm pass back out to sea. we are going to be looking at rain and snow showers. it appears there could be minor accumulations. there will be some rain on cape cod. going into the afternoon, rain in his new -- rain and if you
most acute relation appears to be up over the state of maine and into canada. once you get past the system on friday, things are changing because we are normally in the upper 30' s to low 40' s on saturday. with the jet stream looking northward, sunday, we are talking about way above average temperatures. at or above 50 degrees through the middle of next week. wednesday is our best chance for wet weather. erika: thank you cindy. -- olessa: thank you cindy. heading to the left-hand side of the screen, it is a quite start. let' s check the rest of the right. and the south, with that some road work. probably start south of town. you' re looking good on the pike.
southbound, approaching route three. there are shuttle buses replacing trains from quincy to jfk. erika? erika: your economy headlines this thursday asian stocks waver today after the u.s. federal reserve sounded a note of caution on the world economy. right now dow futures are higher after dropping 222 points yesterday. statewide regulations are coming to rideshare services like uber and lyft. a new bill will be drafted next month by the house. lawmakers want the rideshare services to stay but want to make sure they follow safety protocols for passengers and drivers. the taxi industry has long protested the companies claiming they do not follow any regulations. a new fight this morning for those fantasy sports websites. draftkings and fanduel are being sued by a former college football player. akeem daniels is accusing the companies of profiting from the
athletes without permission. he' s trying to represent all college players in the lawsuit. no comment from draftkings or fanduel. randy: so terrifying moments on an american airlines flight out of london. a flight attendant collapsed. others fainted. -- others feeling faint. the london to los angeles flight turning back and making an emergency landing. with the flight attendant down in the aisle other crew members and passengers began showing symptoms. members of the band race for the horizon were on board. >> she just stumbled within distance. it was crazy. i have never witnessed anything like that. randy: all those who felt sick were released after a medical check. american airlines says the boeing 777 is being thoroughly checked. exactly what caused the sickness is still a mystery. when you don' t get enough sleep you' re tired. no surprise there. erika: but there may be other reasons you' re dragging. like not getting enough
a recent study found people who got a workout in were actually more alert all day long. or not getting enough water. you might go for the coffee but a few glasses of water keeps dehydration and fatigue at bay. and finally watch your iron intake. low iron levels can lead to low energy levels and even anemia. especially if you' re not getting enough meat, hold tree or eggs -- poultry or eggs. randy: for better or for worse from day one. erika: the beautiful way a couple made the most of a blizzard on their wedding day. the new at 5:30, a hingham native held in iran talks about time. the demand his captors made when they pulled out of a cell and into a dark room. randy: debate over a mascot in tewksbury. the defense for an image some find offensive. at 4:30, a brand-new year, a brand-new forecast.
s today. clouds tomorrow. rain and snow showers around. gone by saturday but temperatures into the weekend in the upper 30' s. erika? erika: time for your thursday eyepoppers. olessa: and we' re starting with a pennsylvania couple that wouldn' t let anything rain or snow on their parade. joanna and ryan trautman picked january 23 as their wedding day . a blizzard wasn' t going to slow them down. and they have the awesome wedding photos to prove it. erika: really pretty. cindy: -- olessa: is in a gorgeous. only have the guests made it but the couple didn' t seem bothered. the bride says there was a lot of shoveling involved but also a lot of love. and imagine waking up and finding this guy lying on your chest. yes it happened to a 99-year-old in florida. the wacky looking animal is a kinkajou it' s actually a member of the raccoon family. he had escaped from his home and has now been reunited with his
-- left two men bleeding the new clues they have. thrown into a notorious risen. -- notorious prison. new this morning, the hitting a man taken captive in iran before his relief. boston' s news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. randy: 5:30 thursday morning as city cam looking out. good morning,
i' m randy price. erika: and i' m erika tarantal. emily is off today. cindy and olessa are here. a tad difference this morning. cindy: a tad spoil this week. -- a tad spoiled this week. you want to dress for january this morning. a cold start. look at the difference in
it is 15 to 25 degrees colder and many spots compared to this time yesterday. dress for it. pockets of teens as well, as you head down to the south coast. the windsor light. -- the winds are light. look at the sunshine. s. the sunset at
4:52. high tim just sneaking up into the low 40' s. another -- high temperatures sneaking up into the low 40' s. tomorrow, a lot of clouds. rain and snow showers we will timeout for you this friday. olessa: so far we are quiet.
no problems on route one. heading up to the maps. re heading into boston. no trouble south of town. it has been a quiet morning. so far so good as you travel down 93. trains and buses on schedule with the exception of the red line. we are watching some shuttle buses being provided. erika? erika: stories we' re following right now, a norton woman is dead and her estranged husband is facing murder charges. police say martin mcdonald stabbed julie meede then crashed his car into another woman as he fled the scene. that victim is hospitalized with serious injuries. randy: brookline police say they' ve found the car involved in a rash of violence. one man was shot on st. paul street. then two more men were dumped out of that vehicle on harvard street a short time later. all of them are expected to survive.
run. erika: the final republican debate before the iowa caucus gets underway tonight. ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush, chris christie, ben carson, john kasich and rand paul all taking the stage. donald trump is boycotting the event. >> i looking at a pitch black room with physical spotlight. pointed at a chair. erika: new this morning, a harrowing tale from a hingham man held captive in a notorious prison in iran. randy: the eyeopener' s todd kazakieiwch is in hingham with the terrifying stories we' re hearing for the first time. todd: dark rooms. overpowering filth. and an intense interrogation. these new details painting a frightening picture of matthew trevithick' s time behind bars in iran. as you know, he returned home nearly two weeks ago, after
the infamous prison. he sat down with anderson cooper describing the horrific conditions. right before he was released, trevithick says he was taken into a dark room, and
interrogated. >> this is your last chance. admit why you are here. admit that you are here to overthrow the government. admit that you work for the u.s. admit it. admit the truth. topcoat the boston university -- todd: the boston university grad was studying in the middle he did lose some weight while behind bars, but is otherwise doing ok. todd kazakiewich, newscenter 5. erika: a federal judge releases documents in the boston marathon bombing case. among the 600 pages, a defense motion to exclude statements dzhokhar tsarnaev made to the fbi while hospitalized. the defense claims that tsarnaev despite serious injuries and
attorney many documents concern . many documents concern witnesses, such as death penalty opponent sister helen prejean, who prosecutors unsuccessfully tried to bar from the trial. right now police are investigating a burglary at a campaign office in
manchester. someone broke into rand paul' s headquarters sometime between 11:00 tuesday night and 6:30 wednesday morning. computers, ipads and other items were taken. campaign officials say the timing is frustrating so close to the primary but no sensitive data was taken. randy: the fbi is keeping tight lipped about a police presence in brentwood, new hampshire. agents conducted a search at a house near the intersection of middle and crawley falls roads. they will only say it is part of an ongoing investigation. there was also a search in nearby east kingston yesterday. the fbi says there is no threat to the public. five on the opioid crisis, manchester, new hampshire' s police chief telling congress this is now hitting every family in his state in some way. chief nick willard testified on capitol hill yesterday
the crisis. last year, manchester had 69 fatal overdoses. >> this is a symbol, a symbol of pride, fun. erika: right now, fiery debate in tewksbury over a school mascot. the symbol drawing so much pride from the stands deemed racist and offensive by others. now, the school has to decide if they want to change it. the redmen symbol came under attack before, but the debate re-surfaced last month after letters of concern from two parents and it' s drawing passionate arguments. >> we fight our greatest battle yet. we live in a time where political correctness has gone way too far. >> this mascot since a subtle message of oppression they can desensitize after years of viewing it on school grounds. erika: last night was a listening session for the school committee. a decision is not expected for a
randy: health experts are out with a new recommendation for a potentially life-saving vaccine. -- life-threatening vaccine. erika: the shot they want more people to get, sooner. and a local doctor leaves a plane, to a chorus of applause. the heroic reason for the cheers. and ahead in news to go, a trucker is alive today because of the kindness of strangers. the teamwork that saved him from
here watching red line problems. shuttles are taking trains -- are taking passengers from cindy? cindy: those pictures are below freezing. watch out for a couple of icy spots are we have melting going it could be another nice afternoon. just coming up out of the teens and 20' s. it is high 40' s this afternoon. we are drying it out for the weekend. but the warm up on the way. 50 on sunday. we' re going to keep that into next week. randy: it sounds like a movie plot a man having a heart attack , on a plane. and a boston doctor onboard springing into action. dr. thomas lee has been reunited with his patient, frank gabler. gabler had a heart attack as his flight was about to take off in orlando.
s hospital. >> when they took him off the plane, in a wheelchair, and he was talking here he was saying sorry to everyone. i walked up the aisle with them and the whole plane was applauding. you don' medicine. i don' t think ever in a career. randy: gabler is on his way to making a full recovery. erika: it is now 5:41. one man. the investigation, starting with and criticism for the wounded warrior project. veterans' charity. plus, a truck explodes in new jersey. the last minute decision, leading to a bright side here. and a live look at the expressway by the gas tank did traffic moving along just fine in both directions. 21 degrees.
the -- in january. teens and 20' s out there now. we' ve had a lot of melting. you don' t want to lose your footing this morning. tuesday was in the low 50' s. mid 40' s yesterday. looking at low 40' s this afternoon. as we trend down tomorrow, the upper 30' s, that is still above average. the temperature trend continues to be a mild one. you need to dress for teens and 20' s out the door. 16 in orange. we' ve got teens down on the vineyard. 27 in boston. skies are mainly clear. we are going to see a lot of sunshine. we actually have a disturbance here off to the west. this is going to be punching in tomorrow bringing with it a lot of clouds. to the south, we got a storm
those two features are going to give us a lot of cloud cover tomorrow. enjoy the sunshine today. clouds increase this evening. overnight, they thicken up. look at this, we got some rain creeping up with that ocean storm. off to the west, a disturbance approaches. there could be a couple of snow showers. tomorrow morning' s commute will feature some rain and snow showers around. tim just come up mid to late morning. -- temperatures come up mid-to-late morning. snowflakes mixing and. an unsettled day overall as things start to dry out in the evening hours. can' t rule out a slushy coding. the real accumulation is look happen to people on the coast of maine. something to keep an eye on. upper 30' s tomorrow and saturday. let' s could you back out to the roads. olessa, pretty quiet out there
olessa: some more delays. let' s go to the maps. as you have something town, so far so good as yet 95 south. if you' re traveling the pike, 50 minute ride. -- 15 minute ride. once again, approaching -- we are watching problems on the red line. i shuttle bus is being provided from north quincy to jfk. you can pick up commuter rail service. randy: right now, two violent scenes under investigation in norton. one woman is dead. another seriously injured. erika: the eye' s pam cross is live in norton with what we know right now. pemco police -- pam: lisa spend the night guarding the home behind the. these two encounters were violent and distressing. inside the home, 34-year-old mother of three was stabbed.
hospital. a pickup truck traveling on 495 into a
car. the driver, martin mcdonald , was arrested. he is charged. morning. the driver of the car in that crash, a 30-year-old rhode island woman is hospitalized with serious injuries. i am pam cross, newscenter 5. -- a violent and bizarre crime here in brookline. with a shooting. one man was found wounded. just a short time later, two more wounded men were tossed out the door on to harvard street here it -- harbor street. and the other in a car.
police say everyone involved did know each other so they do not believe that the
crime was random. we are live in brookline. internet antonio -- antoinette antonio. todd: this morning, for the first time, we' re hearing from the hingham man who was held captive in iran. >> i am sitting there, spotlight is on me. this is your last chance. admit why you are here. admit that you are here to overthrow the government. todd come -- todd: matthew trevithick sat down with cnn' s anderson cooper. trevithick was studying at tehran university. he says his captors initially told him he would never be released. reporting live in hingham, packers gave its, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: wynn resorts strikes a deal with boston that put and end to the legal challenges against the everett casino, wynn
million dollars in compensation for the next 15-years. $25 million will go toward infrastructure upgrades in sullivan square. wynn will aim to spend $20 million a year doing business with boston companies. the casino is scheduled to open in 2 years. erika: new accusations against the former essex tech superintendent. a school committee investigation claims dan o' connell collected $89,000 in unauthorized pay, used a school gas card for personal business, and marked vacation days as work days. o' connell retired last fall. the salem news reports the school committee plans to ask the d.a. to investigate. no comment from o' connell or his attorney. randy: a community meeting will be held today on a string of recent gun violence in east boston. local leaders, police, and community members are hosting the event to discuss ways to make maverick landing a safer place. the group says gang-related shootings have gotten out of control in the area. erika: the final republican debate before the iowa caucus gets underway tonight.
trump tells fox news he won' t be attending their debate. trump says he' s unhappy with the way fox news has treated him, and questions from moderator megyn kelley. he' ll hold a separate event in iowa instead. the debate starts at 9:00. randy: new overnight, three more arrests have been made in the armed standoff at a federal wildlife reserve in oregon. the three suspects surrendered overnight. that' s after ammon bundy, the leader of the group who was arrested tuesday, called for his supporters to stand down. the group was protesting after two local ranchers were sent to prison for setting fires on local lands. erika: a garbage truck explodes in new jersey. four homes are damaged after the blast yesterday. the driver of the truck ran when he saw smoke in the cab. flames ate through the natural gas tanks, causing the eruption. investigators are looking into exactly how the flames started. randy: new criticism facing the wounded warrior project. a charity watchdog is raising questions about how much money
on veterans. wounded warrior project says 80% of the money raised is spent on programs for vets. but a watchdog believes that number is actually closer to 60%. erika: an australian teenager facing terrorism charges, accused of plotting an attack using a kangaroo. investigators say the 19-year-old and a british accomplice were planning to pack a kangaroo with explosives, before setting the animal loose on police officers. police say the teens were isis-inspired, and were planning to carry the attack out during a veterans' day ceremony. randy: cancer centers are urging more widespread vaccination against hpv, or human papilloma-virus. top cancer centers say the potential spread of hpv can become a public health threat. the centers for disease control estimates 79 million americans are infected with the sexually transmitted virus, which can cause deadly cancers. health officials urge parents to get both sons and daughters
13. a breakthrough study on schizophrenia and for the first time, scientists say they figure out the process in the brain that triggers this disorder. researchers say the discovery could open the path for early detection and treatment. the landmark findings were published in the journal, nature. erika: the celtics have no issues against the nuggets at the garden. they had 15 steals on the night and got their running game going. 24 fast-break points. avery bradley led the way with 27 of his own 21 of them in the first half. celtics win their fourth in a row 111-103 the final. an update now on the bruins backup goalie. jonas gustavsson was released from mass general hospital yesterday, after he was taken there during the first period of tuesday night' s game. he had an elevated heart rate and underwent what we' re told were three minor heart surgeries. he'
randy: cutie of the morning. s annual baby photo contest. she looks quite pleased here. erika: great head of hair. randy: very nice. her parents are very excited. for the contest. erika: a remarkable rescue in pennsylvania. a truck driver swerved off the highway, dangled over a steep hill. that' s when other drivers pulled over to form a human-chain, and pull him up. that man is expected to be ok and was very grateful for the help he received from strangers. all working together here ragur everyone rising to the occasion. cindy, what today? cindy: we are looking good. hard to tell because it is so dark. it is on the seven degrees. winds are light. 20' s in town.
plymouth has dropped to 19. 21 hyannis. these clear skies, so we are going to enjoy lots of sunshine today. that is good to push temperatures out of the 20' s, into the 30' s by 9:00 p.m.. cool spots will be in the upper 30' s. look at what happens tonight, southerly winds start to bring in cloud cover' s from the south -- cloud cover from the south. look at the temperatures here on the cape. we have a storm to the south and a disturbance to the west. these features are going to gang up on us tomorrow. there could be a period of steady precipitation. where looking at rain showers out the door tomorrow.
that threat is with us until lunchtime. during the afternoon, additional rain mixed with snow showers across the area. a little bit unsettled and the potential is there for sick -- for more significant snow. we will get the system out. a pretty quiet day. overall, of 30' s, not too far off the mark for temperatures. the jet stream changing for sunday, into next week. average height of 36 this time of year. 50 or higher sunday. it looks like a warm start to february. let' s get you out to the roads. olessa: we are watching some problems on the red line. shuttles are replacing the trains from north quincy to jfk. you are going to want to budget
as far as the roadways, no accidents. delays are building. to pick up. let' s go to the map and check out the rest of your ride. 24, 95, once you get there, 10 to 15 into boston. 93 south some delays. erika? randy: remembering a new hampshire educator, killed in the challenger disaster. erika: the program keeping her memory alive 30 years later. and feeling alert isn'