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hour. this may develop into our next tropical storm. we'll break this down for you as the eyeopener continues. >> a man beaten outside a lounge in revere. details coming in from that scene. >> a mother linked to her toddler's death is pointing fingers. the statements she'll make in a murder trial. >> donald trump claiming he held back against hillary clinton. his reason and his new eye for this wednesday morning. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> it's 5:00 a.m. also on the eye this morning, the true meaning of brotherly love. how a twin is saving his sister's life. that's ahead this half-hour. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. >> i'm emily riemer along with cindy. so damp and dreary today.
in recent months, but big change coming up. you look outside right now and it's not so bad. it's 61 degrees in boston. but that wind is already active east-northeast 15 miles an hour. that is going to be with us throughout the day. notice over the next 12 hours that wind gets stronger. sustained winds near 20 at the coastline could gust higher. that will keep the clouds locked. radar this morning, but a lot of times it sneaks under the radar. in the worcester area, visibility is running a quarter-mile. so not the greatest start. mid 50s through worcester county. otherwise, we've got temperatures close to 60 along the coastline. near us, that organized rain passing by south and east of nantucket. the northeasterly wind is the big story the next few days.
through the early part of the afternoon, better chance of patches of drizzle. i would have an umbrella today. you can see a lot of clouds, patches of drizzle and things don't change at lunchtime and they don't change into the afternoon. so, although much of the time will be dry, it's going to be a cool, damp and raw feel. we'll look at your seven-day forecast coming up. i want to get you to the roads. good morning, olessa. >> live loo gas tank, traffic is fairly light. a couple of construction projects in the final stages. expressway northbound by the o'neill tunnel, no issues south of town. still in good shape on route 3, 24, and 95. the pike eastbound 15 minutes 495 to 28. southbound side of 128, picking up construction and then also by route 3.
on schedule. >> we're following breaking news right now on the eye. >> police on the scene of a serious assault in revere. the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is there live with what we know right now. antoinette? >> emily, crime scene detectives have cleared the scene and they are not releasing a lot of information. but we know that a man was severely beaten and is suffering from life-threatening injuries this morning. here's a look at that scene from overnight. police have been out her parking lot of the squire lounge in revere. we could see yellow crime scene tape surrounding the area near the front doors as investigators look into what exactly happened here. revere police have not said who was involved in this assault, but a man was severely beaten and was taken to mass general hospital, suffering from life-threatening injuries. we will stay on top of this investigation and we'll bring you the latest as we get it.
antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> thank you. breaking overnight, state police investigating a fatal crash in leominster. this is the scene just after 11:00 last night on route 190 south of route 2. only one vehicle, an s.u.v., was involved. we're told the victim is the driver. no word on what might have triggered that crash. the son of former israeli president shimon peres confirms the 93-year-old died president obama remembered the life of a n he said, quote, a light has gone out but the hope he gave will burn forever. shimon peres suffered a stroke two weeks ago. he worked to build israel's military and fought for peace with surrounding nations. >> a busy day for the candidates on the campaign trail. donald trump claims victory in the first presidential debate. erika tracking it all for us this morning. >> randy, hillary clinton teams up with bernie sanders for an
donald trump is set to speak to voters in illinois, iowa, and wisconsin. most of the polls giving clinton the edge as new comments from trump spark new controversy. trump blaming bad questions from moderator lester holt and what he claims was a spotty microphone for his performance. speaking last night in florida, trump warning things could get personal. >> for 90 minutes i watched her very carefully and i was also holding back. i didn't want embarrass her. >> he was kind of digging me for spending time off the campaign trail to get prepared. but trying to keep track of everything he says took a lot of time and effort. >> the clinton campaign ad featuring miss universe 1996 alicia machado makes the rounds. she says trump was critical of her appearance after she won the contest and gained weight. she will be on "good morning, america" after the eyeopener. >> the united states senate
keep the government funded beyond this friday. that deadline is midnight on september 30 to come up with an agreement. most democrats and at least 10 republicans voted to block the bill yesterday, which also provides funding to combat the zika virus. democrats are demanding money to help flint, michigan, deal with its water crisis. republican leaders promise to address that issue after the election in a separate bill. the family of a marathon attack victim is today and the eye's reporter is in cambridge with the push to honor first responders. >> good morning, randy. this memorial was dedicated earlier this year to pay tribute to the sacrifice made by m.i.t. officer sean collier. now his family is hoping congress will pass a bill to honor all first responders. they are calling for a national holiday to honor those brave men and women. it was the days after the attack
sean collier's younger brother andrew, joined by a congressman, will talk to lawmakers today. andrew collier works for nascar, who along with hooters is promoting the initiative. we'll keep you updated. >> doug, thank you. new information about the deadly crash at a newton pizza restaurant. court documents show the s.u.v. may have been speeding up to crash. casler is charged with slamming into sweet tomato in newton in march. the impact moved a nearly 4,000 pizza oven about 4 feet. two people were killed, several injured. casler say multiple sclerosis was not a factor in the crash. a warning tied to the proposed billion dollar expansion of boston children's hospital. a group says the expansion that
garden could cause health costs to rise. the group found the expansion would draw patients from other hospitals, increasing spending by nearly $10 million annually. children's has some of the highest hospital prices in the state, according to the globe. >> the mother of a child once known as baby doe will testify against her ex-boyfriend. rachelle bond claims that michael mccarthy is responsible for bella's deer island in june. rachelle bond facing accessory charges. today marks 20 years since jose delacruz disappeared. the 6-year-old was last seen september 28, 1996. a stranger with a dog promised him a bike. police searched the area,
no remains ever found. >> 6-year-old kid. a lot of us are parents too. everybody talking about it. that could have been our kid. my kid. that's where it hits home. >> robert labeck was arrested. he and his dog met the description from jesus' friends. another example of gender bias at the workplace and new this morning, changes to the financial aid process. two ways college students can get more help. twins form an even deeper bond. the lifesaving gift one sibling gave to the other. >> breaking overnight, a man has serious injuries after being beaten. police say it happened at the squire lounge around 11:00 last night. no word on any arrests at this point. cindy? >> and we've got a lot of clouds out there. it's going to be a cool, damp, unsettled weather stretch.
>> hi, we're the artists of western avenue studios. join us for oktoberfest during art week boston october 1 and >> thank you so much. good morning to you. good morning to our friends with western avenue studios showcasing beautiful artwork here. >> one of the many groups taking part in art week boston. we'd love to see your wake-up call. record it on your phone and upload it to ulocal using the wcvb app. >> got some artwork. >> lots of indoor activities.
and there's a slow transition. we are whipping it right around. it's been a warm month. running about three degrees above average. we were in the lower 70s yesterday. look at the next few days as we take a stretch into the upcoming weekend. we're looking at below average temperatures. 61 degrees right now, though, in boston. we've got that east-northeasterly wind 15 miles per hour. it's really all about the wind the next several days. by this afternoon at 3:00, this is the wind other 20 miles per hour along the coastline. that wind is going to be with us even into tomorrow afternoon and into friday. for the next several days this northeasterly wind is going to have an impact on our weather. it's brought in some fog. visibility down to about half a mile in the worcester area. not a big issue along the coastline right now, but notice the temperatures in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees.
at 62. a little bit cool around worcester county where we started out clear and then had the clouds come in. notice over the next 12 hours in boston, maybe 61 degrees now, but we're falling a few degrees into the afternoon with a lot of clouds and can't rule out patchy drizzle. so a good idea to have an umbrella with you today or a waterproof jacket. th nantucket, there could be low-level patches. we have a stalled front offshore. high pressure to the north. in between, that northeasterly wind is going to rule the next few days. temperatures upper 50s to near 60. the winds will make it feel cooler. by noon, a couple of patches of drizzle here and there. same deal by about 5:00, 6:00.
well. temperatures don't change too much. we fall into the upper 40s and low-to-mid 50s. it's a cool night. things don't change a lot tomorrow as well. the skies may try to brighten across central and northern new england tomorrow, but i think in southern new england we stay locked in the clouds. friday, low pressure will lift northward and that will bring rain friday into saturday. look at tomorrow. we've got the clouds, that northeasterly wind. high of only it feels like it's in the mid 50s in the morning. throughout the afternoon, notice the feels-like temperature in the 50s. wet weather into saturday. sunday into monday, we flip the switch. i think it's going to be a gradual climb out of the pattern. >> improvement follows. >> the roads are quiet. a live look at the expressway.
lots of highlights already. let's get to the maps. construction picked up nice and early. so you're good to go. no accidents right now. the expressway is quiet. route 3, 24. pike eastbound 15 minutes 495 to 128. we have road work by highland avenue. that's gone. 93 looks good down to the connector. >> young twins on the north shore share a special bond as a brother was able to help his sister with a gift that only he could provide. two years ago 9-year-old desi desmond was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease. the only way she could live beyond her teen years was
transplant. her brother the only one -- >> if i didn't do it, she would die. >> we still fight, but we don't fight that often. >> transplant is not a cure, but gives desi a new chance at life. >> executives at wells fargo will lose tens of millions of dollars in business. thousands of employees have been fired for allegations they opened millions of customer aggressive sales goals. the c.e.o. recently grilled on capitol hill for the practice is giving up $41 million in stock awards and bonuses for 2016. a survey on sexism in the workplace. men are 30% more likely to get promoted to manager than women. the survey by consultants found the gap widens as workers climb higher in the ranks.
occupied by men, only 19% are women. asian shares were lower overnight but investors reassured by hillary clinton's performance against donald trump in the debate. right now stock futures here are higher. >> every student fills it out and now changes to the form for financial aid could impact. you can now submit it as early as october 1 instead of january. some aid is first come, first serve, earlier is often better. you can now base your submission on federal tax years from the previous year. that means you won't have to update your form when you file your taxes in the spring. big unveiling at the hearst tower in the heart of manhattan.
from boston to california, to cosmopolitan, these screens showcase content from the company's 360 businesses. >> anything that can generate activity and excite people, it's great. >> the stories will update throughout the day as more than a quarter-million people walk by 57th and 8th avenue each day. >> i wonder if they will put the eyeopener in there instead of the >> they should. >> small businesses shutting down. how owners are bringing attention to the problem. this man went on a fishing trip with his mother, but only he made it back. his new comments as police try to figure out what happened to his mom. >> [singing] >> three teenagers out of quincy about to make it big.
i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
>> 5:24. good idea to leave the house with an umbrella. a cool, damp day ahead. there will be mist and drizzle throughout the day with a northeasterly wind. near afternoon. tomorrow there could be steadier rain friday evening, but temperatures well below average the next few days. out in the tropics, there's a tropical wave that is likely going to become matthew. this is headed towards the caribbean and perhaps towards the east coast next week. we'll watch that in the days ahead. emily? >> cindy, thank you. good news for this manatee rescued off the coast of
pregnant. the mystic aquarium staff made that announcement yesterday. the manatee named "washburn" is between four and five months along in a gestation period of about a year. she'll be monitored in connecticut until she's healthy enough to travel to florida. >> time for eye poppers. >> we're talking about a free burger for life. >> food and you. >> food and me. i don't know about this because it comes with strings attached. it's a running a contest, get ink with actual-size burger, you could get burgers for life. could. get that tattooed on your forehead and maybe you've get a free burger. >> think about that. >> despite the win against the, so, it was almost a tough night for yankees fans.
propose. the ring popped out of the box. everyone looking for it. it was in the cuff of her pants. the proposal. she says yes. everybody lives happily ever after. of course captured caught on camera. can you imagine if they didn't find it? >> it was after happy ending. what a start. >> ended well. that's what matters. >> a commercial mission to mars a few years from becoming can see the final frontier. a boy experiences the moment of a lifetime thanks to two rival football teams. how they came together to give him one thrilling memory. we follow breaking news in revere where one man was severely beaten at the squire lounge. so far, no word on any arrests. take a live look outside at the expressway. things moving along at this point.
>> and a touchdown like no other. the amazing play that brought two teams together, on the eye. >> 5:30 wednesday morning. looking at traffic across the bridge at this early hour. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. >> i'm emily riemer along with cindy and olessa. traffic looks pretty >> can't say the same for the weather department. >> it's not so bad this morning. it's >> so far. [laughter] >> but this weather pattern moving on in is going to be a pretty dramatic change. it's been mild. the next few days, average highs in the upper 60s. we're going into the low 60s the next few days. barely 60 at that. with a wind off the water, it's
15, 20 miles per hour, may gust over 20 miles per hour along the coastline today. so that raw northeasterly wind taking over. you can see a lot of clouds and patches of drizzle here and there. starting out cooler in worcester already at 55 degrees. boston, 61. coastal areas to the cape matching water temperatures this morning. radar doesn't look like a lot is happening, but i would have the umbrella with you. there will be pockets of mist and drizzle today. any organized rain pretty much staying worcester area. visibility has improved a little bit since the last hour. so that is some good news. otherwise, a lot of cloud cover this morning. with that northeasterly wind, we are going to stay locked in the clouds pretty much all day. notice the temperatures may fall a couple of degrees with patchy mist and drizzle. you can see that through this evening. i wouldn't expect heavy rain.
olessa? >> pretty good shape. a live look outside. you can see traffic is starting to build, southbound volume heading into boston. delays picking up a bit. so far not too bad traveling into town. construction is gone on the northbound expressway by the o'neill tunnel. 24 looks good. no issues on route 3. 95 is quiet. so far, the pike getting by at the speed limit. 93 southbound, delays out of mathuen into andover. so far trains and buses are running on schedule. >> breaking news on the eyeopener this morning. >> erika is tracking overnight developments for us. >> we begin in revere where police are investigating an assault that happened around 11:00 last night outside the squire lounge. a man suffering life-threatening injuries.
a fatal crash under investigation in leominster. police say the victim is the driver of an s.u.v. that crashed on 190 south of route 2. no word on what might have triggered the crash. a busy day for hillary clinton and donald trump. trump has events in illinois, iowa, and wisconsin. clinton will be at u.n.h. with bernie sanders. trump will be in bedford, new hampshire, tomorrow. >> i emotionally, i've been through a huge amount. >> right now, a young man lost at sea for days is back home in vermont. this morning we're hearing from nathan carman about the mystery surrounding his voyage. >> todd kazakiewich is in boston where carman faced questions about exactly what happened. >> randy, emily, good morning. this morning carman's mother is still missing and presumed dead. investigators are now trying to
vessel. the mother and son left the coast of rhode island on a fishing trip september 17. seven days later, nathan was rescued from a life raft found by a freighter heading to boston. last night his father took his son back home to vernon, vermont. >> he's lost a little weight. other than that, he's doing well. >> i would like to thank the public for their prayers and for their concern for both my mother and for from the coast guard yesterday, police had been searching his home on monday and they took a modem, sim card and a letter he wrote. according to court papers, nathan was doing medical repairs on the boat, which could have potentially made it unsafe in the ocean. he has not been charged with any crime. reporting live from the coast guard station in the north end, todd kazakiewich, wcvb newscenter 5. >> todd, thank you. a crisis on main street. a business group says small businesses across the state are shutting down.
association has launched a new campaign hoping to draw beacon hill's attention to the issue. the website is called dark storefrontsma.com. they want members to post photos of businesses that have closed up shop. they warn once main street leaves, it never comes back. [singing] >> you may not know them, but these teens are poised to hit it big i they call themselves 3-d. >> three solo artists out of quincy merging talents. jazmin alexis, meadow armstrong, and emily shively. the girls got along so well off stage, manager mike caputo realized they could do big things on stage. >> we're like sisters.
girls" hit number one. 3-d has a concert in cambridge next month before they meet with record label executives. >> controversial fliers near a college campus. >> the arrangement they are offering for young women and the father of the accused new york city bomber speaks exclusively to abc news. the warning he says he put out about his son years ago. >> we're f in revere this morning where one man was severely beaten at the squire lounge.
the volume is starting to build across the span of the bridge heading into boston southbound 5, those delays are in place. so far, no accidents to report. so that's good news. cindy, not the greatest -- >> that's the end of the good news at least for now. we've got a lot of clouds overhead this morning. it's going to be kind of a cool day with a raw northeasterly wind. organized rain is staying offshore, but i can't rule out mystery or drizzle today. so probably a good idea to have wet weather gea under the clouds the next few days. steadier rain comes back friday into saturday. slow improvement by late in the weekend. >> a neat idea. a mission to mars. >> spacex is aiming to launch for the red planet and hopes to take 100 passengers along for the ride. billionaire c.e.o. elon musk planning to launch an unmanned mission to mars within two years, hoping to land humans by
musk envisioning colonising the red planet within the next century. >> this is their goal. they could ultimately save up enough money to buy a ticket en route to mars. >> the flight is expected to take about 80 days. tickets will cost about $200,000 per >> save a while. [laughter] >> a little girl makes an emotional plea to the north carolina city council. >> this little boy brought football rivals together. the play no one on the field or in the stands will ever forget. >> and on the way on this wednesday morning, changes in the air in terms of the weather.
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>> the eyeopener team ready with your news to gon boston, cambridge and erika tracking controversy surrounding the presidential candidates. >> the forecast -- rain yesterday for a lot of us. >> the rain was welcomed, actually. we had about a quarter of an inch in boston. some areas got closer to half an inch. over the next few days, we'll have a lot of clouds, but not a lot of rain. take a look at our rain chances. today, tomorrow pretty low.
friday and saturday the rain will ramp up. between now and friday about 2:00 in the afternoon, rainfall totals, tenth of an inch. again, not expecting much until later friday and into the first half of the weekend. what we have this morning are clouds. these low clouds have come in off the ocean. there might be drizzle this morning. it's a cool northeasterly wind with a front stalled offshore and a big area of high pressure to the north. the northst really the next couple of days. it's strongest along the coast. throughout the day it's going to get stronger. could be gusts over 20 miles per hour. we're locked in tight with the clouds all day. you can see drizzle popping up here and there too. 65 out the door right now in worcester. lower 60s in boston. but by this afternoon, temperatures don't change much. they may go down a couple of degrees. this afternoon, 50s to around 60
notice your lunch hour features one or two patches of drizzle. about the same for the ride home. nothing organized today. same tomorrow as well. friday night the rain may pick up. but a cool stretch on the way. let's see how we're doing on the roads. good morning, olessa. >> a live look outside for you. the bridge, volume southbound towards boston lever connector. but no volume is building on 24 out of avon. half-hour on the expressway braintree into boston. 93 southbound volume starts to build in mathuen. so far trains and buses running on schedule. >> breaking overnight, revere police investigating a serious assault. >> the eye's antoinette antonio live with the latest on the investigation.
at the squire lounge in revere. we know a man was severely beaten and is suffering from life-threatening injuries this morning. here's a look at video from overnight. police had been here last night collecting evidence. we can see yellow crime scene tape near the front doors of the lounge as investigators looked into what happened here. police have not said who was involved in this assault. once again, they say a man was severely beaten to mass general hospital with life-threatening injuries. no word yet this morning on any charges or arrests. live in revere this morning, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> breaking overnight, state police investigating a fatal crash in leominster. this is the scene just after 11:00 last night on route 190 south of route 2. only one vehicle, an s.u.v., was involved. we're told the victim is the driver. no word on what might have
from rescued boater nathan carman, who is waking up in vermont a day after he was brought back to shore and interviewed at the coast guard station. >> i feel healthy. i feel healthy. emotionally, i've been through a huge amount. >> carman's father drove him back to vernon, vermont last night. the house that was searched the previous night by police in connection with a reckless endangerment investigation. carman's mother is presumed dead after their boat sank september 18. he tells the coast guard the boat was having engine trouble and started taking on water. todd kazakiewich, wcvb newscenter 5. >> the family of fallen m.i.t. officer sean collier, who is memorialized here on campus, is pushing for a national day of remembrance for all first responders. his younger brother and a
they want to see a national holiday that will honor all of those brave men and women. of course, officer sean collier was gunned down by the boston marathon bombers days after the attack. that day would not be a paid holiday, but rather a day of recognition. we're live in cambridge, wcvb newscenter 5. >> in commitment 2016, donald trump now saying he held back in the first presidential debate as to not embarrass hillary clinton, who just new attack against him. both claiming victories in the debate. >> he made it very clear that he didn't prepare for that debate. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate. >> most of the polls actually giving clinton the edge, who released a new ad featuring a former miss universe who says trump shamed and humiliated her for gaining weight. clinton teams up with bernie sanders at u.n.h. this
voters in illinois, iowa, and wisconsin. >> the son of former israeli president shimon peres confirms the 93-year-old died. president obama remembers the life of a man he called his friend. shimon peres suffered a stroke two weeks ago. he worked to build up israel's military and fought for peace with surrounding nations. >> pleas on him. >> the father of the suspect in the bombings in new york and new jersey talking to abc news. maintaining that no one in his family knew about the alleged planning. he says he never saw his son, ahmad khan rahami, with a gun or bomb component. you can watch the interview on "good morning, america" after the eyeopener. >> fire at a providence, rhode island, hotel is tied to a suspected drug lab. this happened at the hilton
the hotel evacuated because of toxic smoke. police say they are searching for four suspects now. police say that a black man shot several times by a police officer near san diego has died. the el cajon police chief says the man was not armed, but had pulled an object from his pocket and pointed it in a shooting stance towards the two officers. that prompted one of them to open fire. the shooting triggered hours of protests, >> [crying] >> an emotional moment at a heated city council meeting in charlotte, north carolina. it was the first one since the police shooting death of keith scott last week. the girl's tears making the adults in that room pay attention. she was there with peaceful protesters and asked to speak with the mayor about the tragedy. >> controversy near the university of new hampshire over these flyers. they are advertising a website
with younger, financially-burdened women. while the service as advertised is not illegal, the concern is the sexual implication, the so-called sugar daddy comes with. many flyers have been pulled down. >> a popular frozen food is being recalled. people are finding hard white plastic in tyson chicken nuggets. the recall is for five-pound bags of panko chicken nuggets sold at you can see the label on our website or reason the wcvb app. >> beach boys will help with this year's home base concert. the local charity raising money for veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. the beach boys will be headlining the organization's benefit concert in november. i'll be there.
home base. you can check out details on wcvb.com. >> the yankees snap the sox winning streak as boston looks to clinch the a.l. east. hill knocks it out of the park. dus tin ties it up. but in the bottom of the seventh, david price gave up hi the sox lose 6-4. >> two middle school rivals in north carolina teamed up to help a wheelchair-bound boy score that touchdown. touchdown of a lifetime. luke was born with quadriplegic cerebral palsy. the coach came up with that play. the other team couldn't match. from the handoff to the push to the end zone. while the score did not count, the play, one for the books.
the weather is going to be changing today. >> it is. i think this is payback from those days after days of sunshine. we're looking at day after day of a lot of clouds. 61 degrees right now. the wind will hold the temperatures down below average the next few days. typical high now is closer to 70. we're going to be close to the 60s through the first half of the weekend with a lot of clouds too. look at this wind. you can see by 3:00 this afternoon we're along the coastline. thursday afternoon, nothing is really changing. those winds still going to be out of the northeast. so the weather pattern is going to be stuck in kind of a cool, gray sort of raw stretch the next several days. 55 degrees in worcester right now. we've got upper 50s in the north shore. low 60s boston to the cape. the 12 hour-by-hour forecast on the cape, it's resembling most of the area.
rain. north and west of the city, you may be in the upper 50s this afternoon. radar pretty quiet right now. sometimes drizzle doesn't show up too well on the radar and it is out there. see the low clouds back into the western part of the state right now. with this northeasterly wind, things aren't going to be changing much. spotty areas of drizzle at lunchtime. about the same for your ride home this afternoon. these clouds go nowhere tonight and they are with u upper 40s and 50s for overnight lows. tomorrow we're not changing much at all. by friday i think it's a drier start to the day. in the evening and overnight hours, we may see steadier rain come in. i think that will be with us on saturday. it looks wetter for the first
you to the roads. >> delays are in place. a live look at the pike. eastbound side, this stretch looks ok. we are watching volume building south of town. 24 heavy. almost a half-hour braintree into boston. pike, 15 to 20. 495 to 128. 93 building volume past 495 southbound into that area and approaching the connector. trains and buses on schedule. >> the family of a murdered m.i.t. police officer going before congress today. >> the push they are making. and new this morning, things to know before you apply for financial aid. the changes to keep in mind to maximize help. >> good morning to our friends in worcester as we get going on
>> breaking overnight, a man beaten outside of a lounge in revere. the details just coming in. >> a mother linked to her toddler's death and pointing fingers. the statements that she will make in an upcoming murder trial. >> donald trump claiming he held back against hillary clinton. his reason and his new today with a eye for this wednesday morning. randy: also on the eye, the true meaning of brotherly love, how a twin is saving his sister's life, good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: and i'm emily riemer along with cindy fitzgibbon so kind of a mild start now.