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17, 21, 23, 32 and the powerball 5. no word yet on who has this lucky ticket. it's so exciting, though, to have it right in our backyard. good morning, everyone. i'm sera congi, filling in for doug. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio. let's check in with mike wankum, who didn't win the powerball. maybe we're getting a prize in the form of rain. mike: it's been a while since we've shown radar with ath friday was supposed to be a big rain event. it fizzled out. this morning, we're getting a rain shower. not a lot, but there's some. to the north, there's scattered showers. most is really light stuff. as you travel to the west, it gets intense beyond greenfield, especially. through the berkshires, there's nice downpours going on right now. as you travel south of the line, we're seeing less intensity going on. working eastward as we head through the morning hours.
south shore. you had a little bit predawn. this is about it for today. most will be this morning. could be a hit or miss shower this afternoon. not looking for too much out of it. this wanes down. we may see pop-up showers to the west, primarily. temperatures will hold in the 70s. we'll talk and 90s and a threat for thunderstorms this week coming up in a few minutes. sera: breaking overnight in roxbury, boston police are investigating a deadly shooting on nazing street near franklin park. police are interviewing witnesses to this incident. no word this morning on any arrests. antoinette: a police cruiser crashing into a building this morning on harrison avenue near northampton street. it's not clear if the officer
right now, arson being blamed for this raging fire in swampscott. the suspect is due in court tomorrow. sera: the home was heavily damaged. the eyeopener's juli mcdonald explains what made this fire so suspicious. >> i was taking a nap and heard a huge explosion. reporter: neighbors thought it was a gas explosion that rocked 11 linden ave saturday evening. flames shot out the windows. smoke could be seen for miles. at least five neighboring fire departments >> i saw the garage doors buckled outward, like there was a fire or explosion. i saw flames inside. i saw smoke out the back of the building. reporter: because of how quickly the flames tore through the house, firefighters became suspicious. when the fire was finally put out, the arson investigation began. police arrested the homeowner, 57-year-old timothy brosnan. >> it was a bright day, a lot of people out and around. by the time they came out to see what the commotion was, the fire was heavily involved in
reporter: thankfully, no one was hurt. as word spread of the arson charge, neighbors shook their heads for the real victims. timothy brosnan's family. >> the fire happened at a home where young teenagers were living. nobody was home, but there's all their memories, the stuff that makes your life when you're a kid. that, to me, is the saddest part. reporter: one firefighter was treated for heat exhst we're told he's expected to be okay. swampscott police told newscenter 5 brosnan will be arraigned on monday. antoinette: a new clue in the investigation into who sexually assaulted an elderly hingham woman inside her home. this is a composite sketch of the attacker. investigators think he's about 65 years old with gray hair and brown eyes. police say he attacked the elderly victim and took off without stealing anything.
texas. at least 16 people are dead after a hot air balloon crashed, making it the deadliest such crash ever in the united states. the eyeopener's dianne cho is tracking the mishap that started the disaster. >> i heard like a whooshing sound, and then a big ball of fire up. reporter: witnesses looked on in horror after learning a hot air balloon crashed, carrying at least 16 people on board. >> loud, like a gunfire explosion. all you could tell, it was a fire, a big ball of flames. reporter: officials confirm everyone on board is dead. the hot air balloon crashed into high volt a little power lines and caught fire in a field. about 30 miles south of us a au texas. authorities believe the fire broke out in the basket. investigators with federal aviation administration and national transportation safety board are trying to piece together what went wrong in the
>> to the families that may be watching this, we offer our thoughts and prayers for the loss. this will be a difficult site for us to work through. reporter: it was run by heart of texas hot air balloon rides. officials have not released the victims' names at this time. the ntsb will spend the next several days interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence at the scene. antoinette: a man has drowned while paddle boarding on everett lake in weare, new hampshire. park. a woman has been rushed to the hospital. investigators say she went under and the man went after her and drowned. the woman was pulled from the water by a nashua dive team. the two were not wearing life jackets. sera: new video of a rescue by state police. these are infrared images and were taken from the air wing helicopter as crews found two lost hikers on wednesday.
cell phones also helped state police find the hikers. antoinette: the state medical examiner now says meningitis caused the death of a toddler in worcester, according to a report in the telegram. gigi brown was found dead in her crib last fall. her family said dcf expressed concern about the safety of the apartment where she lived with her mother on wellington street. police were killed to the the same apartment months after gigi's death for reports of a lethargic 15-month-old boy. the red cross is putting out a request for blood donations this morning. they only have a five-day supply for hospitals and blufd banks. they need all types of blood this morning and are offering donors five dollar amazon gift cards as a thank you. there will be blood drives all throughout for anyone who can help. sera: great news from new england revolution player charlie davies, who said he fought and beat cancer. we caught up with him last month when his preemie twin boys went home from the hospital. yesterday, the team put out a
he received treatment and is in remission. davies tweeted, cancer is something i never expected. having beaten it, i'm stronger for it. pumped to be back with the squad. antoinette: a lot of love to the davies family. everyone on the mend, back and healthy. love it. sera: dozens of postal employees are recovering after getting sick on the job in triggered the illnesses and set off an emergency response. sera: we are hearing from the massachusetts national guard heroes credited with rescuing a woman stranded in her car for days. their actions saving her life. mike: rain finally falling in parts of the area. how long until it clears out and
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>> it was so hot. it was really, really a nightmare. antoinette: an elderly woman trapped in her car for two days, rescued by four massachusetts national guardsmen. the soldiers were training in new jersey when they saved her life. sera: now they're being called heroes here at home. newscenter 5's david bienick spoke with the soldiers at their base in brockton. reporter: hand shakes from their commanding officer for the four
soldiers training at a base in new jersey this week when two of them decided to turn down a back road. >> how often is this the kind of road somebody travels down? >> civilians, personally i've never seen a civilian out there. reporter: that's why they were surprised, when they came across this, a cadillac stuck in the mud with all four doors wide open. >> at first it was extremely suspicious.re two soldiers honked, called outs and then slowly moved in. >> i got close enough to see there was one elderly person in the back seat. >> 87-year-old jeanette haskins and her cat had taken a wrong turn two days earlier. with temperatures near 100 degrees, her cell phone dead, and only rain water to drink, haskins had become dehydrated, started to hallucinate and was barely breathing. >> i'm like what do you mean there's a civilian not breathing? reporter: francis and coppola
the first thing the guardsmen did when they got back to the woman's car was hand her a bottle of water and turn on the air conditioning. >> she told us she yelled and screamed to get attention. since no one was around, she fell out of luck and gave up. she was waiting to die. >> i came to and there were these men's faces. it was the best thing that ever happened. we have so much to be grateful to them for. i'm convinced if they hadn't found me, i wouldn't be here today. reporter: haskins cat ran off during the ordeal, but she's okay. the guardsmen feel proud and lucky they turned down that road and found her just in time. >> makes me help we saved a life. reporter: guard commanders are trying to figure out how to reward the soldiers, but a medal for each seems likely.
antoinette: mike, are we finally going to get this rain? mike: we are. we need three days of nice, soaking rain. this is not it. antoinette: preferably during everyone's week. mike: tuesday, wednesday, thursday with a minimum amount of wind. this is not much, but at least it's something. we were talking about how it was hit or miss. that's what we'll be seeing all day today. we need the rain. if you together, it's going down as the third driest june and july on record in boston's history. we're supposed to get about three and a half inches of rain. we didn't get an inch of rain in boston. for the year, we're running six and a half inches on the dry side. this is a welcome sight. i know it's light stuff, but every little drop helps this time of year. got a couple of areas i'm keeping an eye on. we've had a couple of bands of showers move through essex county. around the danvers area, we're
today, tonight, tomorrow and maybe even into early tuesday. it's not a lot of rain. but every once in a while, one or two of you may get nice downpours out of it. the skies will be gray the next couple days. we'll eventually get to sunshine. right now, 72 degrees. winds coming to the east. once they do that temperature is not going to go anywhere. a breeze out of the ocean. check out the dew point at 71 degrees. thankfully, we're not loo temperatures into the 90s. humidity will remain high. it will start to drop off tuesday. wednesday, that will be a comfortable day. sun will be back out. humidity down. it will be great. then we start to ramp it back up again towards thursday. humidity comes back in. morning showers this morning. then showers this afternoon, primarily focused to the west. 74 to 78 degrees. then tonight, more scattered showers, muggy night coming our way. 64 to 68 degrees.
late tuesday, a little sunshine coming through. sunshine settles in wednesday. 82 degrees, low humidity. thursday, it's a little bit warmer and muggier. by friday, it's hot and humid again. and that sets us up for afternoon thunderstorms. just scattered stuff friday. a little better chance that we would see some of that as we look at saturday's forecast. for right now, consider yourself blessed if you've got rain showers going on. hopefully, you get a little more through the morning hours. antoinette? antoinette: thank you. sts dozens of postal employees are recovering after getting sick on the job in chicago. sera: a post office employee said the air conditioning broke, raising the temperature in the building to nearly 100 degrees. 13 employees were taken to the hospital. after becoming dizzy and nauseous. more were treated on scene. thousands of chicago residents didn't get mail because of the mishap.
this is video just into our newsroom. three other women were also hurt. shots were fired in a separate incident, but police do not think anyone was hit. they do however, think someone was assaulted. police are still searching for suspects. sera: 2,000 homes are in danger of being destroyed by a wildfire in california. the flames raging near the big sur coast have already killed a bulldozer operator working on the fire line. the fire has been burning for a firefighters expect it to keep burning until the end of august. antoinette: the red sox have a chance to redeem themselves this afternoon after a loss to the angels. it was a promising start. check out the leadoff homer from mookie betts in the first. but drew pomeranz would give up five runs, including the two-run home in the bottom of the third. sox lose 5-2. sera: the patriots will be back on the field this morning.
plenty of fans came out to foxboro to watch. tom brady is everyone's favorite. the crowd chanted for him after a few good passes. brady said thanks and gave them a wave. the players were in pads for the first time. they got physical early and often, making nice plays along the way. today is day four of training camp. antoinette: a brand new brewery ta back room beer maker at the helm. as doug meehan shows us, this is made in mass craftsmen has a history of creating a personalized beer experience. >> there's only four key ingredients in beer. malt, hops, yeast and water. doug: russell hizner knows a thing or two about beers. he's the owner and brew master at barrelhouse z. >> what's in these tanks. this is the sunny and 79. doug: though this is a sparkling
quite some time. back in 1986, the fresh-faced 23-year-old university of california at davis grad with a degree in fermentation sciences was hired to be a brew master at another beer startup called mass bay brewing. you may know it by its more common name, harpoon brewery. >> we had to explain to people what an ale was. doug: a lot has changed in the beer market over the last 30 one percent of the beer market. today, it's over 10%. >> that has chocolate notes to it. doug: rising to the demand, 20-somethings, who, like with the internet, have never known a world without specialty suds. >> they're sort of growing the industry but have very different buying habits. doug: which leads back to the
may have first started out holding wine, bourbon or even tequila, a new variation and flavor element is being introduced to those four original ingredients. >> in one sense, it's kind of going back to old school way of making beer. doug: russell believes in today's beer market, you have to go very large or very local. by being made in mass, specifically on the south shore, and producing around 2,000 barrel as year, he is deliberately choin they see being local as their z-factor. that's good. there seems to be a lot of positive mojo surrounding barrelhouse z. they were granted a license almost 30 years to the day that harpoon received theirs. also when they designed the company logo, that b over z, the owners didn't realize that in navy signal language, bravo zulu means job well done.
antoinette: tough research doug had to do there. drinking the beer. a daring stunt on live tv. sera: this is pretty amazing. the free-fall a sky diver took and how he made the landing without a parachute. antoinette: a little boy giving back. the special way he says thank you every year to shriners hospital in boston. those stories straight ahead. first, a live look outside. man, you could cut that thick air with a knife. 73 degrees outside right now.
mike: gray morning out there this morning. we've had light rain. some have had predawn. some getting nice showers right now. let me show you what's happening right there. to the north, a band of showers vi travel off to the south and not so much going on. but there's more. you see out towards milford, trying to work its way eastward. you see showers there. off to the west, that's where most of it is focused right now. it's also moving to the east. that's why we've got more showers in the forecast for today. most of it will be this morning. this afternoon, much more widespread. as we head towards monday, same thing. tuesday morning, a few showers and then the sun comes back. temperatures warm up.
thunderstorms. sera and antoinette. antoinette: thank you. an update on the 25,000 foot sky dive we told you about yesterday. sera: it's hard to watch this, sort of. no parachute, no winged flying suit, but he made it. watch as luke akins jumps out of the plane and free-falls into a net on the ground. just watch. there we go. it's kind of hard to watch. he did it all on live television. >> i'm almost levitating. it's incredible, the things that just happened. the words can't even get out of my mouth. it was all these guys, everybody who made this thing happen. it is awesome. sera: akins has made over 18,000 jumps, but none like this one. no sky diver has ever done this before. antoinette: you notice how he
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this week. >> you have sacrificed nothing. and no one. >> i think i made a lot of sacrifices. sera: donald trump under fire for his response to a grieving fire whose son was killed in the line of duty. antoinette: one ticket taking a massive powerball. the new hampshire community who wants to know if a neighbor is now a multimillionaire. >> if you know nip in raymond, new hampshire, hey, cousin! mike: sometimes people hang on to them. antoinette: until the last minute. sera: sometimes that's why. lay low, let the publicity pass. >> they don't want mike wankum
that area. we've got scattered showers. working their way eastward. not seeing much to the south, but the area it's going into is the area we're dealing with a severe drought situation. this is all welcomed. every raindrop we get. this was our steadiest shower today. it's holding together. it's the second time rock port and gloucester have you're seeing a downpour. not picking up lightning no severe weather. down to the south, lighter rain moving eastward. inches along slowly but surely. there were showers in the south shore pre-dawn but they've dissipated. the bulk of the rain is trying
it's running into stable air. we may get pop-up showers this afternoon but a much more scattered variety. antoinette: boston police investigating a deadly shooting on nazing street near franklin park. police are interviewing witnesses right now incident. no word on any arrests. a police cruiser crashing into a building in boston at harrison avenue at northampton street. the officer was taken to an area hospital. sera: breaking overnight. we have a powerball winner in new hampshire. one ticket matched all the winning up in bers to win the
that ticket was sold at the hannaford's in raymond. no word yet on who the big winner is. the winning combination, 11, 17, 21, 23, 32 and powerball 5. antoinette: in commitment 2016 this morning, donald trump is waking up to a fire storm of criticism for his response to a speech aimed at him. the father of a fallen american soldier who gave the speech is leading the charge, along with conservatives and liberals alike. reporter: donald trump sparking outrage and disgust with his response to this grieving father. >> we are honored to stand here as parents of captain humayun khan. reporter: it was the most raw, emotional moment of the convention. khizr khan offering this searing rebuke of trump. >> you have sacrificed nothing, and no one! reporter: humayun khan, an army captain, the son of muslim
>> let me ask you, have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. reporter: trump responding in an exclusive interview with george stephanopoulos, saying that like the khans, he too has sacrificed. >> i think i've made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i've created thousands and thousands of jobs. tens of thousands of jobs, built great structures. i've done -- i've had tremendous success. >> those are sacrifices? >> oh, sure, i think they're sacrifices. reporter: and pointing a finger at captain khan's mother, saying gazala didn't speak because she was forbidden by her faith. >> if you look at his wife, she had nothing to say.
says, all-consuming grief. >> i was in pain. all of america health that pain. >> trump's comments causing a fire storm on twitter with a new trending hash tag, #made a lot of sacrifice. the speech appears to be boosting sales of the u.s. constitution. a pocket sized pamphlet of the document was among the t yesterday afternoon. the spike in sales coming after khizr khan flashed his own copy of the constitution while speaking against trump. more on the controversy is ahead on "this week" with george stephanopoulos at 9:00 this morning. that is followed by another hour of the eyeopener at 10:00. sera: as for the democrats, hillary clinton and tim kaine are in ohio. but they spent yesterday in pennsylvania. a key swing state. trying to win over working class voters.
opportunity. analysts say trump as anti-trade message has appealed to many voters in that state and she's hoping to change their mind. >> i have this old-fashioned idea that basically, i'm being interviewed to be hired. this is a giant job interview. and i'm hoping i am hired and the other guy is fired. sera: a little star power at the rally. dallas maverick's owner and shark tank star mark cuban introduced clinton at the rally. new this morning, leaders in new bedford are upset about hillary clinton's portrayal of their city in her speech at the democratic convention. >> so i went to work for the children's defense fund, going door to door in new bedford, massachusetts. on behalf of children with
reporter: while former mayor jack harkey tells the herald that disabled children did have a means of getting an education, he tells the paper there were transport vans to take them to handicapped accessible schools. clinton's campaign spokesman is sticking by the claim. antoinette: it's a working weekend for massachusetts lawmakers. they're scrambling to pass bills before formal sessions of the house and senate end at midnight tonight. among those, a proposal to regulate ride sharing companies. th utilities to use more wind power and hydro electricity. any contested proposals that are not decided will have to wait until january. sera: a condo in sutton has major damage after a fire yesterday that happened on ariel circle. luckily, everyone inside managed to get out safely. two firefighters were treated for minor injuries. a memorial to a teenager who
the victim, from georgia, was attending a summer program at harvard university. the eyeopener's nicole estephan is following the investigation into this tragedy. reporter: from the early morning into the night, friends came and embraced, left in tears. candles and flowers marking the spot where 18-year-old tyler green's life came to an end friday night. >> it's horrific, tragic. i looked it up to see if it was real. reporter: green was attending a seven-week summer program at harvard. he joined friends on weeks bridge just before 9:00 p.m. to jump into the charles. he never surfaced. >> it's unnerving because it's such a close knit community. there's only a handful of kids. reporter: green recently graduated from high school in georgia, an hour from atlanta. his family told of his drowning from afar. >> knowing that their child died so many miles away. it's heartbreaking. reporter: the harvard summer school program released this
the sad news can be, even to those who did not know tyler personally. our thoughts and prayers are with tyler's family and friends in this difficult time. though they didn't know each other long, students who shared in his life in cambridge describe a teen with a never-ending smile. a friend they will miss. >> i feel bad for the whole community or everybody who knew him. reporter: the investigation into what went wrong, what happened after green jumped off the bridge, is ongoing. sera: a scare along the shore. antoinette: beach goers getting stung in shallow water. the significant spike in stingray injuries in california and why experts believe the problem is happening now. sera: heavy rain causing trouble to the south. the damage and cleanup in and around baltimore. mike: scattered showers around here. they'll last throughout much of the day.
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large stingray was found off the coast of massachusetts. experts say the warm summer water draws the rays to the shore where they bury themselves in the sand under ankle deep water. >> it was excruciating. i actually thought i stepped on a piece of of glass or something. sera: one way to avoid the stingrays, shuffle your feet as you walk into the water to scare them off. antoinette: parts of the baltimore area cleaning up from heavy rain last night. in ellicott city, maryland, a state of emergency is now in place after major flooding destroyed much of the historic main street area. there was extensive damage to nearby buildings and cars. some people were even trapped in partially submerged cars. people trapped in the floods say of. >> there was glass broken out. cars on top of other cars. it's amazing what damage can be done in such a short period of time. antoinette: people trapped pie the flooding say the water was waist deep in some areas. sera: let's talk about the
i've got rain on radar. antoinette: is that the rain we were seeing in baltimore coming up? mike: it's a separate system, but it's east coastish so we get a little bit coming through. some of that is coming through. we're finishing up the month of july. it's finishing up the month of july, seeing how hot it was. temperatures averaging about three degrees above average. we're above the 0e9 degree mark so far, for the year, we're up to 13 days before 90 degrees. last year, we had 14, which is the average pie the way. back in 2014, we had eight. it was a nice summer. go back to 2010, we had 25. remember, we've got the whole month of august. we're in a warm trend right now. we're pushing that number up quite a bit. maybe we'll get to the 20-day mark as we get later in august. here's what's going on. the radar is showing us rain. we're seeing a couple of areas of rain.
essex county and still continues to do so. had a downpour right here. the nature of these build up, fall apart. when they fall apart, they drop nice rains. off cost of gloucester, we're seeing a nice cell. this will continue to track its way offshore. this is where the rain has been jaha heavy out here. we're seeing reports of an inch of rain you see through yellow right here. we'll k here's the radar estimate of how much rain has fallen. this is where we're seeing most of it. once in a while, you get a pocket where it may be more than an inch. this is based on radar returns. it's not anybody on the ground with a rain gauge. it shows you nice rain going on to the west. it's trying to push its way eastward. the map at 10:00 this morning, what we're looking at right now, scattered showers. it will wind itself down toward lunch time.
no threat of rain. however, the threat will go down in the afternoon. at 2:00, not much going on. we may see scattered showers popping up to the west. there are indications that say once we get past 4:00, 5:00 this afternoon, could get some of these to redevelop to the west and get more substantial rains out of it. we could use all the rain, running so dry. in boston's case, over six inches dry so far for the year. 72 degrees, wind coming to the that will keep the temperature on the humid size. the air is ready to squeeze out moisture. the high temperatures today, close to the current temperatures, they'll not move much with the easterly wind, the gray skies and showers falling. tomorrow is going to be a lot like today. probably less of a threat of rain, but on the cool side. tuesday, we have a chance of seeing showers early in the day. the thing about tuesday is once the skies start to clear away, the humidity starts to cool
out of here, which sets us up for our sunshine, 82 degrees and low humidity. humidity is manageable thursday, starts to come back up friday. with it, we reintroduce the chance for thunderstorms. it's going to be a gray day, but appreciate what we've got. we do need the water. sera: we'll take what we can get. the red sox have a chance to redeem themselves after a loss to the angs it was a promising start, but drew pomeranz would give up five runs, including this two-run homer in the bottom of the third. the sox lose it 5-2 the final score. sera: the little boy giving back to hospital that treated him when he was ten months old. antoinette: i got an opportunity to meet the now 9-year-old who
help other children dealing with injuries just like he had. 9-year-old justin demars is a man of few words. but boy, does he have a big heart, donating his birthday money to shriners children's hospital in boston every year for his past five birthdays. >> he was probably four or five, the first time we came down and he said he wanted to bring toys down to make the kids feel better. reporter: he says especially kids who burned their hands, kids like himself. when he was just 10 months old, justin suffered second and third degree burns. >> he pulled himself up to our steam radiators and held on with both hands. reporter: the clermont, new hampshire family was at shriners for five days while justin was being treated. despite the burns, he was all smiles, a testament to the medical staff. everything shriners does is thanks to generous donations. you don't have to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars
>> i view his generosity as being more meaningful than some of the enormous gifts because it's truly from the heart. reporter: revisiting the old stomping grounds with his brothers, sisters, cousins and a few big kids during this birthday trip to shriners. it's a trip the demars family will be making for the foreseeable future. >> are you going to do this again next year? >> um-hmm. >> how long do you plan on doing it for? >> i don't know. >> a few years? forever? antoinette: mom and dad are so proud of him for thinking of that on his own. at the age of 4, he wanted to bring presents down to shriners.
antoinette: breaking news overnight in roxbury. boston police investigating a deadly shooting. this happened on nazing street near franklin park. police are interviewing witnesses to this incident. no word this morning on any arrests. sera: more breaking news out of boston. a police cruiser crashing into a building early this morning on harrison avenue at northampton street. it's not clear if that officer had any serious injuries.
swampscott man is accused of burning down his own home. timothy brosnan is expected to be arraigned on arson charges. investigators believe he set the fire on linden avenue. it was suspicious because it spread so quickly. one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion. antoinette: hingham police are looking for the man in this composite sketch. they say a man who looked like this broke into an elderly woman's home and assaulted investigators think he's 65 years old with gray hair and brown eyes. sera: 16 people are dead after a hot air balloon caught fire and crashed in texas. it happened saturday morning near lockhart about 30 miles south of austin. officials say this is the deadliest hot air balloon crash in u.s. history. there are growing concerns about the zika virus in the u.s. after health officials say mosquitos in florida likely infected four people. workers there are now going door
hanging tags on front gates. zika is especially dangerous for pregnant women since it can cause birth defects. antoinette: hillary clinton taking the lead in a new poll released this morning. the morning consult survey gives clinton a 3-point bump, 43%, compared to 40% for republican nominee donald trump. donald trump had a similar lead after the republican convention. the poll also found nearly 17% of voters are still have a powerball winner in new hampshire. just one ticket matched all the winning numbers to win the whopping $487 million powerball jackpot. that ticket was sold at the hannaford's in raymond. no word yet on who the big winner is. the winning combination, 11, 17, 21, 23, 32 with the powerball number 5. antoinette: how many people in raymond, new hampshire, are waking up this morning also
hannaford's. mike: exciting. it will be interesting to see who wins it. today, tomorrow and early tuesday, the same thing. gray skies. the rain is looking nice right now. we'll get showers, i walked outside the studio. there are a few sprinkles you can run between right much rain you get. tuesday morning, it clears away, sunshine by midweek. >> thiz an editorial by wcvb president and general manager, bill fine. >> meeting friends or colleagues at your favorite neighborhood restaurant for dinner with a cold beer, glass of wine or cocktail is a popular way to
and just like the jingle from the tv show "cheers," sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name. highlighting an age-old turf battle between city hall and boston area legislators, beacon hill is scheduled to consider a municipal reform bill that would provide all cities and towns in massachusetts, with the notable exception of boston, the opportunity to take control of their liquor licensing. if the governor and legislature truly want to reform the state's liquor laws -- many dating back to well before prohibition -- why exclude boston? the governor's staff, by way of explanation, points out that the city was already granted licenses last year. that is, of course, a short term perspective. the question is not over how many licenses will be awarded, but who has the right to determine the amount and approval of liquor licenses and ultimately oversight over licensees. if mayor walsh and city councilor ayanna pressley have their way, additional permits would be granted to boston's diverse neighborhoods, rather
walsh and pressley are looking for that long-term fix. if successful, creation of these new wealth building opportunities for the fortunate neighborhood owners and jobs for local residents goes hand in hand with the city's development of boston's main street districts. it's time for boston to have the autonomy that other major american cities have and share the wealth with all of boston's neighborhoods. the responsibility for a successful plan will then fall on the mayor's shoulders, an obligation he and the city council are more than ready to
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