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ain services running in both directions, but there will be residual delays. heather: get ready for big changes in the blood weather. harvey: eventually we will get in it, but we will not get the snow that is occurring around minneapolis. we will not get the super severe weather that is over the southeast, but we could get a thunderstorm tomorrow night. windy, warm weather eventually. this storm is tracking to the west of us, which drives the warm air up. clowns will be sickening, but most of us will be dry for that morning commute. the wet weather in. the wind will become a factor as well. temperatures will be soaring up, but we will talk about changes that are significant to . >> this is going to be a great
ed: hillary clinton, now officially the winner of the democratic caucus in iowa, shifting her focus to new hampshire. heather: she is in the granite state today, along with fellow democrat bernie sanders. newscenter five' s janet wu is live in nashua with more on this tight race. >> 20 points in seven days. that is hillary clinton' s mission. she has the clinton machine behind her, but bernie sanders have the wind behind him with a loss so small anyone sees it. >> victories victory, no matter it was less than one half of a percent. >> winning is better than losing. >> this is not the first time she has arrived in new hampshire as the underdog, but she is bringing her husband out earlier. >> you put her anymore, in any job, and she will find a way to do more good in that job than anybody else in the same job. her husband president obama began.
he denied those ideas are radical, but not pie-in-the-sky concept. >> i' m going to work every single day to make the case. i feel so strongly we have to keep moving forward. we cannot go back and away the progress, and start over. that is a recipe for disaster for the country. >> widget on the most powerful political organization in this country. last night we came back from a 15 point deficit in the pool -- 50 points deficit in the polls , and last night we began the political revolution, not just in iowa, not just in new hampshire, but all over this country. >> sanders is not that far behind clinton in the money race
she has $38 million. ed: republican ted cruz talking about his big victory as he returned to new hampshire today. he' s working to keep the positive momentum going, along with fellow republican marco rubio. newscenter five' s pam cross is live in exeter following both candidates. >> i am outside town hall, whichhhisked with people waiting to see marco rubio. not sure if it is his popularity, or curiosity because he did so well in iowa. he has been in new hampshire all day. marco rubio returned to new hampshire, bolstered by a strong third-place finish. >> we need to unify the conservative movement and the republican party. we need to grow it. and we need to beat hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> god bless the great state of new hampshire. >> praise for granted
cruz tries to turn that victory into votes. >>, immigration reform to abolishing the -- >> we will pass commonsense health care reform that makes health care insurance personal, portable, affordable, and use government from getting in between us and our doctors. >> he blasted the front runner. >> suddenly, every morning at a the phone, and look at my iphone to see whatever the latest insult is from donald. >> at this hour senator cruz has moved on to south carolina. senator rubio is going to speak to a packed house in about a half-hour. heather: donald trump, returning to the stage in new hampshire in
supporters. trump staying mostly silent after his surprising loss to ted cruz. we are live with a preview. >> donald trump comes here licking his ruined -- wounds after his second-place finish. he gave a brief concession speech, and then vanished from twitter. he can' t lament his experience in the hawkeye state -- he
the humble billionaire takes the stage tonight in new hampshire in less than an hour. thousands of supporters are already here. he is fully anticipating that he will win next week' s primary, but if we did learn anything from iowa, it is not raises the questionp the votes. heather: teamwork. a violent attack on a taxi tonight. the 62-year-old part-time driver was met by a man who said this was a robbery. witnesses say the man was slumped behind the wheel with police arrived. there is no word on the id of the shooter or the drivers condition. ed: three people were hurt in this crash that happened before
troopers are investigating the cause of this. fourth time. a man convicted of murdering his son face the parole board today. since he has been locked of who to keep him there. hearing. >> it was an extremely emotional hearing today. richard seymour says he was a monster, and was under the influence of alcohol and high on cocaine when he killed his son. today he tried to convince the parole board that he has been reviewed this rehabilitated and worthy of freedom. a tearful plea for parole from richard seymour, who is been present for three decades for the beating death of his 18-year-old son back in 1986.
the hammer and it pertained to a -- a propane tank. seymour also tied up his wife regina, his daughter, and his daughter' s friend. >> that is a monster. that is not a father. that is not a husband. board he' ex-wife and daughter aren' buying it. >> i am having a hard time m asking today that you think from your heart and how i feel. please, this man does not deserve to walk on our our streets. >> i hope you take into account the facts that this was not just one night of violence, that it was a lifetime. >> this is seymour' s fourth edition for parole. he is now seeking a step down to minimum security, and, eventually parole to connecticut, where he has extended family. >> i am not asking for forgiveness, i' m not asking for understanding.
>> i' m sorry, i just think it was all an act to get what he wants. >> tonight he is back in prison, where he has been for 30 years. ed: accusations of racism at historic boston school. what they are demanding from school teachers. heather: how police tracked down a suspect. harvey: blizzard warnings for parts of the plains states. a different kind of storm when it affects us. i have a timeline. >> the second half of the season
...it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000x in personal expenses onv a republican party x credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal pnand for five years rubio refused to releasep the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. he's just not ready to be president. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. ed: a third suspect wanted after a violent home invasion in brookline is now in custody. police say 24-year-old baltazar barros of campbridge surrendered
he is one of three suspects accused of trying to rob a man on saint
paul street, that man was shot 5 times. two other suspects were arrested last thursday, one was also shot and stabbed. everyone is expected to recover. heather: lawyers for a teen accused of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide want the case put on hold. they say it should wait until the state' s highest court hears an appeal. michelle carter is charged with manslaughter for allegedly sending conrad roy the third dozens of texts encouraging him to kill himself before he was found dead in 2014. the state supreme judicial court is expected to hear the appeal in may. ed: boston mayor marty walsh wants to help people moving to the city or just changing neighborhoods settle in. a new initiative called boston 1 on 1 will sent someone out to meet with the new resident at a local library or coffee shop. they will be able to help set up city services including parking permits, trash stickers, dog licenses and school registration. a campaign that started with
over social media. now making it all the way to the administration. heather: coming up a live report on the meeting held today to demand changes when it comes to dealing with racial issues in school. jeb bush once stood tall. nbefore his campaign sank like a rock and he started desperatelyp slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb. john kasich did cut ohio's taxes. cut state spending. turned a deficit into a surplus. brought back jobs from mexico and china. that's john kasich, that's conservative, and that's presidential. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. pwhat would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. phow about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president.
done. i just registered. that was easy. register today. heather: taking on racial issues in boston schools, black leaders calling for a
change at boston latin. ed: they met with school leaders today after several complaints were made by students at the school. newscenter five' s rhondella richardson was at the meeting is . they asked for and received they are happy about the conversation around race. the students had expressed how they felt modernized the marginalized -- felt marginalized on social media. >> blackat bls if you' ve faced a racial stereotype. >> this youtube video launched the hashtag boston latin students now use to highlight a
esteemed exam school. >> what about in class when they talk about slavery and everyone looks at you. >> black community leaders this afternoon met with the superintendent of schools. >> how do you integrate cultural competency into the curriculm so students better deal with diversity. 50 years after the racial imbalance act, when dr. king marched down the street and roxbury, it is a shame we are still engaging in these issues, but it is hurting to hear that there is leadership in the city. >> a greater -- an eighth grader jennifer rosa spent two weeks , vistiing boston latin but felt isolated she choose the john d. obryant, another exam school
>> where you are from or how you speak shouldn' t make a difference. >> they say this is about racial and cultural proficiency, and should be about what comes out in cooperation. >> they found this red tail hawk on a median. it is being evaluated for health. is evaluated. warnings, s. you can see for some final, nebraska, eyewall being elected. there' s also a warm heart to
and portions of mississippi and alabama. you can see that there is wild weather here. this is the warm and humid air mass, and you have the cold mass on the other side. the storm separates the different air masses. we will end up on the warm side of this storm, because the track will be to the north and west. today we' re still mild, but a little cooler than yesterday. here' s that works that will come back up ahead of that storm. highs today, 49 in boston. a gentle breeze, but off the water. the wind will start tomorrow. temperatures that between midnight and now will fall in little bit more, and then begin to rise around dawn. late tomorrow night, it will really go up. i do not think we will have what
day, western parts of our area could be getting wet as early as lunchtime. what weather arrives before the evening commutes. we may avoid rain before tomorrow night, but we will get heavier downpours. the current you can embedded thunderstorms overnight are actually have ridiculously warm temperatures, it is high as 60 or so. look what happens thursday night into friday. the clouds hang around, a little wave of low pressure as it turns chillier. for the rain that will come in tomorrow night, roughly half inch or more around boston. an inch or more possible around the higher terrain. wind begins to pick up tomorrow. late tomorrow the weight will be strong on the south, it could even have some gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour. some minor wind damage as possible.
s check it out. tomorrow eventually turns wet, and windy. very miles to start thursday, and chile just -- and very chilly to finish. this little wave of low pressure may be just close enough as it gets a lot colder to cause a little bit of a mixed briefly around the cape for exit and in a chilly, seasonable weather will follow after that. the weekend looks to be 35 or 44 high temperatures, close to where it should be. somewhere in the monday, tuesday timeframe of next week, the chance of storminess from an ocean storm increases. it may be chilly enough for some winter precipitation with that over parts of our area. i will hold all -- followed all and give you the latest tonight. >> now, sportscenter 5. >> yesterday, the bruins backup goalie was skating prior to
last tuesday, another player was taken out of the bruins game after he was taken to mass general with an elevated heart rate. he is still not clear to play in the game. >> every time we come back often than all-star break, the hockey gets pretty interesting in that second half. >> the bruins back to work, the second half of the season about to begin. they are in the standings in the rexam place they were a year ago when they did not make the playoffs. >> you feel like you are in a better position in terms of how you are playing at this time? >> i believe so. we need to be in a better place. we need to realize it is only -- half the battle if you' re in the playoffs start. we have a lot of work to do. >> in a relatively short amount of time. they play 21 games in a less than six weeks.
time players do not know, but are rested and ready. >> i don' t know who we play after this. [laughter] it will be a grind. from here on in, it is about getting points and making sure we stay in the playoff race. >> mike matheny like last year when they lost seven of their 10 games to fall out of the playoffs. with seven teams bunched within four points of each other, it could be in and out of focus every day. team to slide in, and one team to slide out. >> one month from tomorrow, a s appeal to overturn the four-game suspension. as for roger goodell , he said i' ve great on ration for tom,
protect the integrity of the game. i will do that without compromise. the nfl announced earlier today that lady gaga will sing the national anthem sunday in santa clara, at super bowl 50. i think that is a great choice. the only thing would be better if she sang a duet with tony bennett. that would be perfect. the two of them hit it off this winter. that is my vote. [laughter] heather: he softened up her image as well. it is very good. coming up new tonight, and explosion follows a gaping hole in a commercial airliner.
what investigators found that make some point to a bomb on board. ed: and zika transmitted through sex? new challenges to stopping the threat. but first world news with david muir. >> we' re alive in new hampshire tonight. also, the monster storm hitting now. 340 miles shut down and moving east. firefighting is dangerous, but buyers are just half the story. cancer is attacking firefighters at a startling rate.
ed: since the commissioner is so concerned about the integrity of the game, i can only assume that
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