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now: >> the devastating scene there this morning. >> explosive revelations from the waist to the white house pet what newly rev tax history. >> the heart of red sox nation. >> you are watching wcvb. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> there it is, a big thank you to number 34. a live look this morning where the final regular-season tribute is getting underway. good morning and thank you for joining us.
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doug: the patriots at one and the red sox at three, will this clear up? >> not really. what will happen is we will see a lot of gray skies. could see spotty showers and drizzle there. and the temperatures have been holding pretty steady. 55 degrees. a lot of gray skies out there. 3:00 this afternoon, that does not change hardly at all and tonight it does not change much. tomorrow morning, we start the day again with a lot of gray skies. temperatures hold pretty much in the upper 50's. maybe we get the 50 -- the 50 degree mark. as far as down to the south, hurricane matthew right now.
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an awful lot of water and rain and damage from the whole system. i will show you where it is going after that and also we will talk about sunshine. 70's in the forecast. antoinette: we are following breaking news right now on the eye-opener. two people are dead following a crash in yarmouth. this is video in overnight from buck island road. police say two vehicles collided head on around 10:30 last night. a third person was seriously injured. the names of the victims have not been released. the cause of the crash is under investigation. doug: also breaking overnight, police are on the scene after a car ran into a home in peabody. it happened on central avenue and tremont street. one person was taken to the hospital. the building inspector was called to assess structural damage to the home. antoinette: commitment 2016: this morning both campaigns are on the attack after new
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tax returns. the new york times has released what it says are trump's tax records from 1995. he declared a 916 million dollar loss. tax experts tell the paper, that filing could have allowed trump to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for nearly 2 decades. we don't know how much trump has actually paid because he's refusing to release his detailed tax returns. in a statement, trump's campaign didn't deny the figure but said quote, the only news here is that the more than 20-yead obtained. mr. trump is a highly-skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and his employees to pay no more tax than legally required. the statement also lists all of the taxes trump has paid. it does not specifically mention federal income taxes. hillary clinton blasted trump in a late-night statement, saying quote, he apparently got to avoid paying taxes for nearly two decades, while tens of millions
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he calls that smart. clinton also called on trump, again, to release his full returns. antoinette: on the stump in pennsylvania trump turned his full attention to hillary clinton. mr. trump: hillary clinton things bernie sanders supporters are hopeless but ignorant basement dwellers. of course he thinks people who vote for and follow re . i do not think so. antoinette: at one point last night, trump physically mocked clinton's health. he called the former secretary of state low energy, saying the job requires stamina. but a new poll may point to some new problems for donald trump. the abc news-washington post survey shows 53% of americans think hillary clinton won the first presidential debate compared to 18% for donald trump. the same survey also found 54%
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debate. compared to 29% for trump. the only vice presidential debate is two days away. tim kaine and mike pence square off on tuesday night. coverage starts at 9pm on wcvb channel 5. then its round two for hillary clinton and donald trump their next presidential debate is a week from today. that debate also starts at 9pm. doug: a nice departure from everythingdoug: political. david ortiz. big papi. for more than a decade he has been on the field and in the hearts of red sox nation. today, the team and fans will see him step up to that plate one more time in the regular season. antoinette: the eyeopener's sera congi is live at fenway park where a very special day is
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sera: the party is already getting underway here at fenway park. fans are already showing up hoping to catch a glimpse of the players. there is no question he is among the great. three world series rings. number 17 on the all-time home runs list any holds the single-season home run record. last night, others got their chance to sa , part of celebrating his -- his career. back in the spring, how he wants to see his storied career and. >> the last game, how will this go? >> like this.
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ninth. we win the world series. that is what i want for the last game. >> that would certainly be just fine with that kind of ending. an emotional moment on the field with a special fan. doug: all right. thank you. arrest on drug charges. four children were in the home during the bust. police say they found a large amount of what's believe to be heroin during a search of an apartment on cross street yesterday. they say they also found cash and more than a dozen cellphones. 31-year-old frederick diaz and 26-year-old leonardo leger are facing drug-trafficking charges. antoinette: this morning we're hearing from a woman who survived a very close call in her home which is on the dedham-west roxbury line. a pickup truck just barreled
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and as newscenter 5's david bienick shows us one move may have protected her from the sudden impact. >> ripped off a corner of a house in than veered into the yard next door. >> i thought a bomb went off. >> he had just gone up tears to take a shower. >> the whole thing shook. >> he says his life was still asleep in the bedroom. thank god we are all ok. >> though his home is on the a few feet away, it is outside city limits and the fire department says the driver appears to have had a medical emergency. the driver is in his 50's. an ambulance took them to a medical center. wcvb newscenter 5.
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right now about the fire that ripped through a dorm at dartmouth college. students were able to pick up some of their things from morton hall yesterday. two firefighters were injured battling friday night's fire. they say it was even tougher to fight because of a 25-foot space under the building's vaulted roof. students are still in shock. >> i did not think to grab anything. i just had my phone. pajamas on. it was a crazy experience. the 71 students impacted by the fire will be assigned to new housing. it's still unclear how the fire started. a heath alert this morning, baby -- antoinette: baby food re-called, the deadly bacteria one brand might contain . plus, a terrifying school bus ride in texas caught on camera . the issue that triggered the wild rollover. doug: hunkering down in the caribbean. the preparations and precautions as hurricane matthew barrels through the region.
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the final home game of the regular season. >> 2-2. it goes. carrying, carrying, gone! antoinette: out of here. one of the many pages of the playbook. of course, david ortiz kicked off his final opening day in style with a two run homer. we'll be sharing great moments from his amazing career all
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joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this msa s he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
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more mosquitoes carrying the zika virus have now been found in miami beach. the florida department of agriculture says this is the 6th time mosquitoes with zika were caught in that area. zika can cause severe birth defects if pregnant women become infected. the department says it has only found the virus in six of the 4,000 mosquito samples collected since may. this is the first time in two weeks that any mosquitoes with zika have been captured. antoinette: right now t s if they can. hurricane matthew is bearing down on the island. haiti and cuba are also in the powerful category 4 storm's path. matthew is expected to pass near the islands tomorrow. you say the path has shifted. mike: it is switching its way
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that is why haiti is a big problem. we know not only the property there but also you get tremendous rainfall out of that. let me show you what the latest is right now. fairly concentrated storm but it is packing a punch. very well-defined overnight, filling in a little bit. do not let that throw you off. a storm of this magnitude goes back and forth quite a bit as it goes through its evolution. we take all of our computer models and say, ok, where will it go? you can see the general consensus putting it right appear. we are talking that this weekend, but next weekend, talking about it moving along the east coast. look at the spread and you carry all the way out to next sunday and monday, a big spread is going on.
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this was originally throwing it right over top. the latest is saying what we're offshore and swing it back in. that is keeping it away from us a little bit but the models go back-and-forth quite a bit. this model, very reliable. yesterday, we would say this would head out to see anything but now, it will just stay right here for almost a week. category four, category three. hurricane warning for haiti and cuba, this is the -- this is clearly morning hours. this is where we would see the biggest problem. it will cut its way through the bahamas. this is a long way to go. not until wednesday morning is
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florida but that is not until friday of the week. it is a long and slow process, and then it will rely on where it is going. stay tuned and you know it will be several days. a lot of skies that are gray this morning. the same circulating pattern is going on. we get some rain like yesterday and that is nice and today, a lot of gray skies and drizzle out there and that is where we will be today. most of vessels they relatively dry because the drizzle does not amount to much. patchy fog and low drizzle. what happened? the skies stay this way in the afternoon and the evening and overnight hours and tomorrow
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showers. for the next seven days, it looks like this. clouds and drizzle for today and tomorrow, afternoon showers and tuesday, we get a little sunshine but do not get excited about the sunny day. it is a slow process. wednesday, thursday, friday, the sunshine comes back and it will be beautiful. just got good rain yesterday. do not be surprised wednesday, thursday, and friday with the sunshine. that is our latest forecast for right now. antoinette: better get back there and mow the lawn. now to some of the stories we're following right now on the eye. doug: protests in los angeles after police shoot and kill an 18-year-old after a chase. police say it started when officers spotted a car with
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the driver believing the vehicle was stolen. the driver failed to stop. at some point during the chase, he got out of the car and took off running. that's when he was shot. police say they recovered a weapon at the scene. antoinette: a 6-year-old boy shot at his elementary school on wednesday has died. doctors in south carolina say jacob hall lost too much blood. police say the 14-year-old suspect killed his father then drove to townville elementary and opened fire. another student and a first grade teacher were also injured. a motive has not been released. doug: and dramatic video out of texas this morning. just-released surveillance video the moment a school bus flipped over in harris county. witnesses say the bus driver was trying to avoid hitting a truck when she veered off the road. this happened last friday. that driver and 16 students on the bus were injured. but everyone is expected to be ok. antoinette: as if were not already hungry all the time,
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doug: i got a look behind the scenes with a family that's been making wachusett potato chips for 80 years. >> monstrous mounds of spuds through -- arrive every day to the potato chip country. how many are we talking? >> 51,000 pounds approximately. >> that is one trailer full. he started the com a seasonal demand, he says anywhere from or to six of these will be dropped off in one day. an intricate maze of machinery moves through the building that once served as a jail. on their way to becoming chips or sticks, excess water is removed from the potatoes and they are peeled before hindering -- hitting the rotary slicer. >> slice it right off.
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leis were creating potato sticks. >> 1100 gallons of oil. >> nearly one million pounds of raw potatoes passed through the week. regular, barbecue, sour cream, or onion, but this operation is now also n potato sticks for all of walmart, 4700 stores. >> good to see you keep on growing. >> we were talking about the difference of the slicer.
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and people are very particular. it really is spirit you like the crunchy ones. it is 10:22. some binge-watching plans dashed. antoinette: a popular streaming site down for hours. the viewer backlash and where they vented their frustration. and channeling the gop nominee. the actor taking on the late night role. but first a blast from big papi's past. >> hitting only 188. deep into left-center. he gets his first home run as a member of red sox. doug: that was papi's first home run in a red sox uniform.
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they look happy back then. stick around. it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. - airbnb has been really special. i am such a people person.
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for our wedding which we are getting married this year and we're planning a honeymoon, which otherwise we might be stressing about being able to plan for the future and create that savings is super important to us.
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>> we are starting out on the gray side. not much variety out there. if you're headed down taking on
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about 60 degrees. cloudy and a little bit cooler about 10 miles an hour. not the perfect day to go to any kind of ballgame but we have had worst -- worst games. clouds and drizzle out there and tomorrow is a chance of showers during the afternoon. opens up a will feel nice wednesday and thursday and into friday. antoinette: the weather is perfect watching inside from the couch. there is a new donald trump in town. mr. trump: i won the debate and stayed calm and it is over. mike: alec baldwin in -- debuting his trump impersonation
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nailed that one. antoinette: even the eyebrows. doug: 10:20 seven this sunday morning. an earthquake alert in southern california. antoinette: the warning issued and the signs a big one may be days away. lights flashing sirens blaring, the poor judgment that forced a top state official off the job
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>> a fall chill is in the air, when we'll see a bit of a warm up and i'll have the latest track on hurricane matthew, antoinette: 5 investigates with the exclusive video that's forced a top state official out of his job. the investigation that led to his resignation. >> and the big names coming out to say goodbye to a sox fan favorite, the celebration planned for big papi's final homestand, on the eye. >> you are watching wcvb fox's
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very busy this morning. antoinette: we want to talk 3:00 p.m.. doug: outside right now. mike: it is not a downpour. yesterday was heavy rain. right after the newscast today. we have got a great start today. the other thing we're watching, a big news story, hurricane matthews. a category four storm we're talking about. because it is so powerful, it will impact both. we may hear about a lot of flooding in this one. we will start to see it as a
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eventually we see it off the coast of florida. keeping all eyes on that one. it will not impact the weather until at least next weekend if it does. a little bit of patchy drizzle as well. a few degrees warmer to the south. we will talk about the sunshine coming back and all of that in a moment. antoinette: we're following breaking news right now on the eye, doug: first to yarmouth where two people are dead following a crash. this is video in overnight from buck island road. police say two vehicles collided head on around 10:30 last night. a third person was seriously injured. the names of the victims have not been released. the cause of the crash is under investigation. antoinette: also breaking overnight,
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one person was taken to the hospital. the building inspector was called to assess structural damage to the home. doug: a new report from the new york times claims gop nominee donald trump lost nearly a billion dollars in 1995. that could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for nearly two decades. the paper says it got the tax filing anonymously something trump blasted as illegal. names in new england sports come together to honor a guy who's always been bigger than life. and today the tributes to david ortiz will reach a fever pitch with his last home game of the regular season. doug: the eyeopener's sera congi is live at fenway park with the special moments for a pretty special guy. sera: yes, i think it will be a bittersweet celebration today. take a look already. the big party underway for big
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this will be the final time he steps down in the home field in the regular season. there have been many touching moments during the series against the blue jays like this one. baseball player and champion last night. plenty of star power on the field. the entire celtics roster. were there as well. -- survivors were there as well. >> did -- big papi is so special and he is just wonderful. >> i am excited to see him get up when the game is on the line.
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david ortiz merchandise has been flying off the shelf since opening day to people grabbing what they can in the souvenir store. the team is opening updates two hours early so everyone can enjoy the pregame ceremony. live, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: you can say thanks to big papi and tell us your favorite moment. mike has the evidence you need to seemike -- to see -- --
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commissioner, matthew smith, lights blaring and trying to move through traffic. another video of a deputy commissioner doing the same thing though this time, it is relatively clear. an investigation thursday leading to this from his job the next day. governor learned -- using the vehicle. he looks forward to a thorough review making sure they are used for emergency purposes. quested you get an invite? >> i did not. >> is -- it is the latest headache for that governor, who has seen his image tarnished? -- tarnished.
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their reporting, suspended for a week without pay where guests were whisked to the vip section. here is this, held at the condo owned by the republican national committee. another active republican has been a regular competitive -- contributor to the campaign. >> is this how managers their act? >> no, which is why they are suspended for a week. >> the suspension did not stop the question. behind the wheel, he has been german out of his six-figure job. he is not expected to face criminal charges though he could be fined a few hundred dollars for misusing his sirens.
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started to make sure lights and sirens are only used during emergencies. used during emergencies. five investigates. antoinette: right now, two people are facing charges accused of breaking into a home in framingham. police say they found marylynn martin and edward griffin in the hayes street home friday night after a call from a concerned neighbor. martin was hiding in a closet. police say they found a number of needles and syringes on the pair including one that had just been used. right now police are still looking for the gunman two people in dedham. this was breaking news on the eyeopener yesterday morning. both victims are recovering this morning after being shot near the mosely's on the charles event hall. no arrests have been made. police say the hall was hosting a birthday party at the time of the shooting. there's a new memorial to the -- doug: new this morning, officials are considering a ban --
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later this month. the owners of the home defending the practice taking and renting out to people who just wanted to travel. there's a new memorial to the crew of a cargo ship that was lost at sea. the tribute to the el faro was unveiled yesterday in portland, maine. several crew members had ties to new england. right now, the ntsb is going over more than 26 hours of data recovered from the ship's data recorder. antoinette: should marijuana become legal in massachusetts? have made marijuana legal for adults 21 and older. they are colorado, washington, oregon and alaska. the district of columbia has also ok'ed pot sales. >> in washington state like colorado, which has legalized recreational marijuana, the number of fatalities doubled. >> from what to what?
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finished -- just finish. antoinette: watch on the record today at 11 am as congressman barney frank and state senator jason lewis debate the legalization of marijuana in massachusetts. followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien and city line at noon. a disturbing warning out west. doug: the signs that a major earthquake may be imminent along california. investigators hit a stumbling block after a deadly commuter train crash in new jersey. the issue that could hold up their search for answers. mike: a cloudy start to your when we will see some sun, plus sunday. i'm tracking hurricane matthew where that powerful storm is heading next. >> deep right field. antoinette: who could forget this big papi classic? it was 2004. the sox were on the verge of
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david ortiz hits a walk-off two run homer in game 4 of the alcs. and we know how this one ended. more big papi moments all morning long here on the eyeopener. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
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doug: welcome back. officials say people in southern california should be on heightened alert for the chance of a major earthquake. the alert follows a series of small tremors along the san andreas fault. these kinds of warnings are usually issued about once or twice a year. the alert is expected to last until tuesday. new information this morning about the deadly commuter train crash that injured more than 100 people in new jersey. federal investigators say structural concerns at the hoboken terminal along with the possible presence of asbestos are complicating their investigation. but they do know that there were no problems with signals before the station. one woman was killed in the crash. the train's engineer has been interviewed but the ntsb isn't providing details on that. antoinette: caught on camera a woman is run over while pumping gas north of charlotte, north carolina. you can see the pickup truck slam into the car, sending the woman flying.
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police say the driver tried to run away but 3 men held him down until police came. sot full} >> i just took his legs out and jumped on top of him. antoinette: police say they don't think the driver even realized what happened. they say he was under the influence of pain pills when the crash happened. he is charged with dwi and assault with a deadly weapon . about it a lot over the weekend. it is a about it a lot over the weekend. it is a very powerful storm we are talking about and it may have some impact. it is very early in the plot -- in the process. at this point, sustained wind of 100 miles an hour.
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everything. it will pretty much hit everything. all the way into the bahamas. as we start to talk about next weekend, a long process, computer models are emerging and they really start to spread out. we have a pretty good idea of what they will do and the on that, there will be a lot of factors that influence where the storm is headed. you see where this is headed, moving its we have advisories because this could be a category three storm wednesday. eventually moving off the court -- the coast of florida. it is a very slow process. we have had some rain around here. i know it is a weekend and you do not want to see it on the
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for once, i can say we are running above average, almost 10 inches below where we are supposed to be for this time of year. glorify drizzle and it is still out there. this is where we are seeing some accumulation. this is all last night through the morning. it took a long time. one and two inches of rain. really, this pattern we are stuck in will stay this way. big circulation going, keeping us on the cool side. every once in a while, you get these disturbances moving through. this one is weak. there is additional cloud cover and perhaps a few scattered showers. we will see more of that tomorrow afternoon.
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visibility right now is one mile. you look at 2.5 miles, gray out there, gray skies, rain on the camera lens, not a whole lot of voting today looks like. without much wind stirring things up -- high temperatures look like this. about 55 degrees high temperature. forecast. a little warmer and temperatures are below 60. pretty overcast and a spotty drizzle and it tells you it will be a little bit warmer. here is what is happening over the next several days. tomorrow is basically try --
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wednesday, thursday, friday, the next chance of rain does not go until saturday. a little bit on the cool side as well. >> thank you. the patriots taking on the bills this afternoon. sources tell espn he will be inactive today. by the way, while -- there's another gronk at gillette. while rob is still questionable to play today, his brother glenn gronkowski, a fullback out of kansas state, has been signed to the practice squad. kick off in foxboro is at 1:00. antoinette: don't doubt. he got a win. have faith. netflix is back online this morning after a major outage. the streaming service went down for several hours yesterday. bad timing since they'd just
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what did they do? it's not clear what caused the outage. but you can watch your netflix. honoring the big guy in a big way. doug: we will update you on the breaking news we are followingre [ clock ticking ] time.
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you won't have to wait on hold. and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all... we should fit into your life. [ laughing ] not the other way around. [ clock ticking ] the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth:
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according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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we are following breaking news people are dead after a crash. it is unclear what caused the crash. doug: on central avenue, one person was taken to the hospital. a new report from the new york antoinette: a new report from the new york times claims gop nominee donald trump lost nearly a billion dollars in 1995. that could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for nearly two decades. the paper says it got the tax filing anonymously something trump blasted as illegal. today the red sox will hold one final tribute for big papi. doug: there she is down fenway park.
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you can see the people behind me getting ready for the game this afternoon. today, final one this afternoon. last night, other sports legends came out to say thank you. honoring david ortiz's career. out in the p game ceremony. if you are coming, the gates will >> the patriots quarterback is out, inactive today.
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lucky. best chance to the afternoon. >> out in force today. a very happy new year to all our jiles friends as well. -- jewish friends as well. >> this is an editorial. >> last week, into the national news cycle with this video. mom passed out in massachusetts. as her confused todd other tries to wake her. paramedics reversed the effects of her presumed opioid overdose. it is a shocking video even for all of us well aware of the tragedy of the opioid crisis.
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exposed how this has become the jug of choice. seen here in this video hidden in letters and even bibles. more than 300 inmates tested positive for the drug. karen anderson first showed us jug election known as methadone mile. she returned to the front lines of the battle , the engagement team's goal is to help people find it in an area that the city has noun renamed recovery road. it will take more than the new name to show the painful truth. first responders are getting better at helping people survive opioid overdoses and yet the growing death toll approaching 2000 this year shows we are losing ground. proud to partner with the
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health. in the struggle to end opioid addiction and battle the stigma keeping people from seeking treatment. joining broadcasters, lawmakers, nationwide, to launch an on air campaign aimed at stopping the epidemic. it has now claimed 78 lives in the united states every single day. we will continue to chronicle the struggle. too much is at stake to lose the battle. with hood, cottage cheese can be... ? hey! ? ...pineapple on a waffle... or cucumber and dill as a dip.
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ed: good morning, everyone. it is time to go "on the record." no holding back. donald trump steps up his clinton offensive on the trail. ms. clinton: his demeanor, temperament, behavior on the stage could be seen by everybody. ed: true colors? first head to head with rival donald trump, and a special otr debate this morning on ballot question number four, should recreational marijuana be legalized in massachusetts? let's go "on the record." >> today's newsmakers are going on the record. ed: good morning. i'm ed harding along with janet wu. this november, massachusetts voters will decide whether to make the use, sale and cultivation of marijuana by adults 21 and over legal in


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