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we're breaking it down for you as the eyeopener continues. >> details on a suspicious death in lawrence. and the new timeline on this tragedy. >> people hit by a truck in woburn. what they were trying to do when they were badly hurt. >> crunch time in commitment 2016. the states donald trump has to slate to win this election. on the eye for this wednesday morning. announcer: y boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> also on the eye this morning, new video in overnight from a freight train derailment. good morning. i'm emily riemer. >> i'm randy price. firefighters evacuated the neighborhood. the concern ahead. first cindy has the forecast. >> it is a mild start. we've got a few clouds around, temperatures 51 degrees in boston. this thanks to a southerly wind that has kept the temperatures up overnight.
beverly, even worcester is in the upper 40s. we've got lower 50s on cape cod this morning. so a mild start out the door. but notice there are some clouds around. should be a pretty sunrise after 7:00 a.m. clouds, but we're dry. showers to the north. this is pushing in really warm temperatures. 60s to our south and west. we'll see the temperatures climb quickly this morning. by lunchtime, it is around 60 degrees. clouds thinning out for brighter skies. temperatures mid-to-upper 60s. good 15 degrees above average for this time of year. some areas could make a run towards 70. we'll get rain in here. that timeline on the showers returning tomorrow, coming up in a bit. let's get you to the roads. good morning, olessa. >> good morning, everyone. live look at the pike. allston/brighton eastbound
one accident in the final stages on 93 south by route 28. one car involved. it's just about out of there. as you travel the pike, so far no problems. 128 looks good. construction cleared by highland avenue. the road work picked up on 128 by route 2a. so far, bridges tunnels and trains starting on schedule. >> questions surrounding the death of a woman whose apartment complex. >> police know who that woman is and the eyeopener's doug meehan is in lawrence tracking the overnight developments. >> randy, emily, good morning. investigators have identified that woman late last night. but they are not releasing her name until they notify the family. the body of the woman discovered yesterday outside the back entrance to the apartments on hampshire street, jorge quiroga gave the description of the victim to a man.
jorge his sister had been missing the entire day. according to the brother, the car you see there being towed from the scene belonged to his sister. police believe the victim died between the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. yesterday. police are calling the death suspicious. foul play has not been ruled out. they are asking if anybody has information, to give lawrence police a call. we're live in lawrence this morning. doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> doug, thank you. right now two people are fighting for their lives after being hit by a truck let's get you to the scene. eyeopener's sera congi is there this morning with what we know. >> randy, those two victims are friends and they were visiting the woburn area near city hall when they were hit. woburn police say this happened around 7:00 last night on common street. 67-year-old woman and 71-year-old man hit by a septic tank truck. both remain in the hospital with critical injuries.
happened just before the crash. >> they were here for a social visit, to visit people. they had errands to run. they were attempting to get the bus that leaves from the front of city hall. they are crossing in the crosswalk in an effort to catch the bus. >> the driver did stay on the scene and is cooperating with investigators. police are now looking at surveillance video from the area which likely captured that crash. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> to westford where work will start today to get train cars back on the track. there was a derailment last night. we have new video from the scene. this is the area of broadway and graniteville street. no one was hurt. the fire department tells us there are no concerns about any environmental hazards and no word on what may have caused the train to derail.
day, hillary clinton and donald trump using their big political weapons on the trail today. the eyeopener's erika tarantal here to set the political stage. >> emily, first to the republicans. donald trump and his campaign with events today in new mexico, arizona, colorado, and florida. those events split between trump and mike pence. and a sea of blue. hillary clinton in nevada and arizona today. heavy hitters campaigning for her, including president obama, elizabeth warren and bernie sanders and her husband, former president bill clinton. our political analysts weighing in on the road to 270 electoral votes. >> the one state he has to win is pennsylvania. the fact is, trump either has to win florida, ohio, and pennsylvania together or he has to win wisconsin, ohio, michigan, and pennsylvania. he's behind in every one of those states except ohio. he's up by one. if he doesn't win pennsylvania, the two and the same, he'll never make it. >> i agree that he needs
replace that with michigan and colorado. but trump has a much longer way to go. >> and the clinton win in florida would almost certainly deny trump a path to victory. polls show a tight race there. the latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll giving clinton a one-point lead over trump. >> new numbers on early voting. cnn reporting more than 24 million american voters have already cast their ballots, half in key ballots are not tallied until election day. a private meeting between the attorney general and the f.b.i. director focused on hillary clinton's latest e-mail scandal. loretta lynch spoke with james combny monday as the bureau investigates e-mails found on the laptop of anthony weiner. a source tells abc news the conversation was, quote, cordial and the first between them since the f.b.i. director announced
>> new this morning, a credit warning tied to ballot question two. credit rating agency says that passing of the measure to expand could have an impact on the credit on the cities of a boston, lawrence, fall river and springfield. a draft is expected to be delivered to the mayors of those cities today. opponents say city finances could be undercut if voters boston's roman catholic archbishop and nearly 150 religious leaders voice opposition to question four. the governor expressed concerns of legalized recreational marijuana use in the commonwealth. >> somehow, somewhere, somebody going up against a billion dollar industry that has a
>> a judge says he has seen how the decriminalization of marijuana hasn't been evenly enforced in neighborhoods of color, saying young people of color charged with possession may have charges dismissed but it remains on their record. >> a teenager died from injuries at a house fight. ethan costello was carried from a barn into the house. they say the owner yelled for of the house, that he was not dealing with drunk kids. costello was placed in a shower where partygoers tried to sober him up. police say he died of head injuries. charges could be upgraded against 18-year-old joseph, the teen charged in the beating. right now dozens of protesters are facing trespassing charges after this demonstration. more than 100 disability rights protesters blocked the entrance
ashburton place on beacon hill. the group is upset about restrictions placed on hours personal care assistants can work. many with disabilities rely on personal care assistants so they can live independently. >> there are people trying to steal your information through microsoft windows. the group fishing for info and how to protect yourself. new this morning, get moving. the apps making your workout about more than fitness. and the cubs forcing game that's ahead. >> it is a milder morning and warmer day ahead. how about 60s today? i'm tracking rain for tomorrow. the timeline on that and much colder temperatures ahead. >> first a look at one of the questions on the ballot in massachusetts next week. question three about confining farm animals. a yes vote would ban any practice that prevents pigs,
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>> i was. $12,000 raised. one of the many events we're proud to be part of. i saw that on my smartphone. you can shoot a wake-up call anytime. upload it to ulocal on our wcvb app. >> feels about 20 degrees warmer. >> the past few mornings, you've been you walk out this morning -- >> walked out with my winter jacket and boots. >> probably don't need those today. don't put them too far away, because it is november, right? this is the difference, about 15 to 20 degrees mild they are morning as you're stepping out compared to this time yesterday. so we're starting out pretty close to 50 degrees. in fact, it's 52 in boston right now. even out in worcester, typically one of our colder spots, it is 49. the next 12 hours we jump through the 50s into the 60s.
and it's going to be a partly sunny day. 50s this morning. that is way above average for this time of year. high temperatures this time of year average in the mid 50s. we're going to be in the mid-to-upper 60s today, still a good 10 degrees above average tomorrow and then a sharp drop coming up on friday and into the weekend. that's why i say don't put that winter gear too far away. you can see the warmth is coming from the south and west where it's in the associated with clouds. there are showers to our north across the state of maine. those aren't bothering us. we're going to wait for a cold front way back here in the midwest to come through during the later part of tomorrow, and that is when we'll get in on rainfall. so today is dry, tonight is dry. can't rule out a stray shower into tomorrow morning. but the bulk of the rain comes tomorrow afternoon and during the evening. today, clouds early on, a southwesterly wind, skies
conservative. mid-to-upper 60s, could touch 70 in a couple of spots today. certainly feeling mild as we go through the afternoon. now, overnight we'll see clouds thicken up a little bit. by tomorrow morning, couple of showers may be approaching from the west. we'll start out tomorrow once again in the lower 50s and into the 60s. more clouds tomorrow, mainly dry weather until 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon. do within this. can't rule out a rumble of thunder. for the evening commute, right on top of the greater boston area, parts of southern new hampshire, so tomorrow evening's commute may be wet. the rain will get out of here tomorrow night. quarter to maybe half an inch with highest amounts probably across southern new hampshire. gusty winds the story on friday. they are bringing back chilly temperatures. wind gusts in the the morning
combined with a temperature only 50. a mainly dry weekend ahead. saturday night before you go to bed, turn the clocks back, we get the extra hour of sleep. >> that's my favorite. >> i know. sunset at 4:30 on sunday. >> sunrise earlier. >> and that extra hour of sleep. >> we've been talking about the open tolling. look at this video. crews taking down the metal canopy over the tollbooth at the i-90 interchange in west springfiel zones to get this finished. let's see what's going on. zakim bridge, no problems here. lever connector looks fine. that's southbound heading toward the bottom of the screen. the rest of your ride fairly quiet. we were watching a crash on 93 southbound over by route 28. that accident just about wrapped up. 15 minutes eastbound 495 to 128.
93. looking good out of methuen to the lever connector and then heading into boston. issue-free. trains and buses on schedule. >> winner takes all tonight in the world series after the cubs win game 6. chicago put this one away early thanks to a grand slam by addison russell in the third. that put the cubs up 7-0. the indians try to catch up with runs in the fourth and fifth, but couldn't get it done. 9-3 is the final. game 7 tonightn 8:00. >> to your economy on this wednesday morning. megamerger in the works for fantasy sports site. draftkings and new york's fanduel are teaming up in an effort to fight costs. the sites have been fighting restrictive regulations in states across the country. but the herald reports the deal could unravel. it must be approved by federal regulators. a check of the markets. asian stocks tumbled again
election coming up next week. right now u.s. stock futures are lower. all eyes on the federal reserve today as it wraps up a two-day policy meeting on interest rates. microsoft working to fix a flaw in its windows system. hackers previously linked to the russian government used to steal information. the flaw was detected by researchers at google, who alerted microsoft and adobe systems. adobe systems put in a fix last week and microsoft says it's testing a patch and will rse >> new this morning, motivation to exercise, better health. how about money? erika with how cash could keep you on track. >> i found apps that tie your support to supporting causes that you care about. a little motivation to do more. one donates your money to causes you don't support if you fall short. >> debbie is devoted to her dog. she and her sister walk a run with him.
the aspca. >> i walked and ran 1,288 miles. >> the free app charity miles keeps that tally and depending on distance, pays out to a variety of causes. >> you have interests like special olympics in there, habitat for humanity. >> thanks to sponsors, it's free for you. just select your charity, then your activity. >> outdoor walk/run and it will show that you're ready to go and you start walking. >> donations depend on you >> for walking, it was 25 cents a mile. biking is 10 cents a mile. >> charity bets on the notion, the better you perform, the more money you raise. there's stick where you put your credit card on file and if you fail to meet a goal, money is donated to a cause you're against. options include rival sports teams or political parties. the sisters say the positive
really pushes them to be more active. >> before, you might have thought, you know, oh, i'll just walk around the block. this gets you to go a little bit farther. >> diane says she likes to end on a mile. she doesn't stop until she reaches that mile to money. >> ok. >> they say it really does work. there's kind of a win-win. they mix up their charities. they go down the list. >> a lot of really ones you know that you can support. >> interesting. motivation there for coming up tomorrow morning on the eye, a local couple who essentially retired in their 30s. how they did it and the savings strategies that could work for you too. >> two unsettling sights, one in alaska, the other in the packed locker room. you'll see them in eyepoppers this morning. and a fire destroying something in military families count on. the items one group is scrambling to replace.
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>> it's 5:24 on your wednesday morning. we have clouds this morning. should make
for a pretty sunrise, actually. they are not producing any rain. today is going to be a dry day and the clouds partial sunshine. look at the temperatures. milder out the door this morning. 52 in boston. worcester already 50. notice how the temperatures jump into the 60s this afternoon as the clouds thin out over the next 12 hours. southern new hampshire, you're starting out in the 40s. clouds thin out for you and you're heading into the 60s this afternoon. so a much milder day today. still mild tomorrow. but we're watching rain come in during the afternoon and evening hours and behind it, windy and
emily. >> the florida panthers couldn't outscore the bruins. tuukka rask has 33 saves last night. brad marchand lit it up with an early goal and followed this one by dominic moore. bruins win 2-1. >> all right. let's get eyepoppers. olessa? >> the alaskan bureau of land management posts videos. there's one video going viral. the internet going wildit what this icy slithery thing in the river. a giant crocodile? an ice monster? it's likely an ice-covered rope. hey, there's cool ideas. >> nice going for a while. continuing the halloween theme. >> it's not over. this happened in the patriots locker room.
>> excuse >> >> [laughter] >> what a clown. defensive end chris long teamed up as teammate julian edelman. she wearing a custom-made edelman mask and a kent state t-shirt. long had been planning the prank for weeks. that's creepier than the crocodile floating thing, i think. >> thank >> a child's note to a teacher may have saved her mother's life. the message inside. a jimmy kimmel prank strikes again. the roller-coaster of emotions for kids who thought all of their halloween candy was gone. take a live look outside at the
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>> the questions unanswered after a woman's body is discovered outside this apartment complex. >> two people struck by a truck in woburn. >> what we're learning about the victims fighting for their lives. >> a critical day in the death penalty retrial of a convicted killer. what we're expecting in just
cleveland. >> cubs forced to game 7. >> the world series winner take all set to make history. on the eye. >> we're following breaking news at 5:30. two police officers shot and killed overnight in des moines, iowa. the officers were killed in separate incidents 20 minutes apart and they worked for different departments. no word on any arrests, but we'll bring you more information as it comes in. >> 5:30 on this wednesday morning it is. massachusetts turnpike in boston not far from the toll. >> it does not feel like november. >> yesterday at lunchtime it was 49 degrees in boston. it's warmer than that right now. [laughter] >> it's just a very changed atmosphere out there. much warmer as you're stepping out. this is the difference between yesterday morning and this morning. 15, 20 degrees milder. you can leave the winter gear at
temperatures, 50 in worcester now. low 50s on the cape. 52 in boston. 51 the north shore beverly. by lunchtime we're in the lower 60s. notice the clouds this morning thinning out as we get into the afternoon. so it does become partly sunny. the clouds are associated with a warm front bringing in the warmer air. showers to our north today. tomorrow a different story. we've got this cold front coming in. showers move toward us as we head toward especially the second half of the day tomorrow. but today is afternoon. 67 in boston could be conservative. we could touch 70 degrees in a few spots this afternoon. so very warm for this time of year. but it doesn't last. we'll let you know when the cooler air returns. let's get you to the roads. how are we looking, olessa? >> so far so good. live look at the pike. a check by allston/brighton eastbound. no complaints yet.
the accident >> no issues on 95 from sharon. the ride along the expressway 10 to 15 braintree into boston. the pike, 15 minutes 495 to 128. heading north, 93 looks good. trains and buses on schedule. >> stories we're following. >> erika is tracking overnight developments. >> right now police are investigating the death of outside this apartment building in lawrence. that discovery made yesterday. two people are suffering life-threatening injuries after being hit by a truck in woburn. police say they were crossing common street to get to a bus stop near city hall when it happened. the driver did stay at the scene. a big day on the campaign trail with six days until the
hillary clinton in nevada and arizona. donald trump is in florida. >> and a notorious murder is back in court fighting for a new sentence after his initial death penalty punishment was thrown out. >> the eye's antoinette antonio is live at the federal courthouse with what to expect today. >> it's been seven weeks since jury selection began in this case. today, opening statements will get under way in the sentencing retrial of sampson admitted to murdering three people in 2001 in a week-long rampage across massachusetts and new hampshire. he was sentenced to death in 2004 after pleading guilty to killing jonathan rizzo and philip mccloskey, two men who picked him up while hitchhiking. the sentence was tossed because of juror wrongdoing.
whitney. we will be in the courtroom and we'll keep you posted on what happens on air, online, and with our mobile news app. live at the federal courthouse in south boston, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> thank you. right now a manhunt continues after a terrifying home invasion in sterling. a woman tied up with duct tape and threatened with a knife. it happened yesterday morning at this home on stephanie anne lane. three men wearing masks breaking in and 70-year-old homeowner. >> they did hold a knife to her throat, were demanding money and the location of the safe. >> they were there for more than 20 minutes, leaving in the victim's car. it was found seven miles away. investigators are looking at fingerprints in that car. police believe the men knew of the couple or had scoped out the cul-de-sac prior to the home invasion. >> a federal judge is deciding if he'll grant a compassionate
the 71-year-old battled cancer behind bars, losing more than 70 pounds, struggling with nutrition problems. dimasi served five years of an eight-year sentence for corruption. judge mark wolf worries early release might be viewed as preferential treatment. >> mayor marty walsh will give out restaurant grades today. the department of of inspectional services has been rating restaurants and food trucks. each restauran posted on the wall there and the mayor is going to be at stash's pizza in dorchester to reveal that grade. >> a trick-or-treater gets something not meant for kids. >> the prize getting police involved. a fire destroys something many military families need. a new mission coming out of the flames here. >> first, a look at one of the questions on the november ballot in massachusetts. question two is about charter
>> good morning. welcome back to the eyeopener. if there's something bothering you about your commute, you can ask olessa. tweet me, post on my facebook page or e-mail email@example.com. i'll get answers for you and share them on our roads are in pretty good shape. a live look at the pike. allston/brighton eastbound to the top of the screen. not seeing problems. third day of open tolling. no major issues right now. cindy, feels warmer today. >> it sure does. you don't need the heaters on in the car. temperatures not bad considering it is early november. it's at or about 50 in a lot of spots this morning. it's going to be a mild day. we have clouds around this morning.
afternoon. mid-to-upper 60s today. still in the 60s tomorrow. a lot of clouds, rain around late afternoon into the evening hours. it is colder, blustery to end the week. >> cindy, thank you. toys that were supposed to be donated to kids in military family go up in flames. the cape cod military support foundation says toys and school supplies for the children of those who serve on the base have been destroyed. a fire trailers just weeks before christmas. the foundation sponsors a christmas party to help offset the high cost of living on the cape. >> there will be a christmas party for these kids and there will be toys in the gym. >> the cape cod military support foundation is -- the >> two police officers shot and killed in iowa overnight. we have new information just in
every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. at eversource, we prepare for ugly weather all year long... upgrading technology, managing vegetation, improving how we get information to you because we know you're counting on us. we're ready for winter, and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter. ever new england. eversource.
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>> erika is tracking a big day on the campaign trail for the presidential candidates. >> first, cindy has a look at our forecast for today. temperatures much warmer. >> you step outside and you're like, oh, it's a little pleasant feeling. temperatures above average. we should be in the mid 50s this time of year. mid-to-upper 60s today. >> take it. >> could see 70 on a few car thermometers. embrace it because it's not going to last. the warmth ohio valley, the midwest, streaming into the northeast, leading to the cold front that has clouds associated with it in southern new england. the showers are in maine. dry weather here locally. we've got downpours in iowa associated with the frontal boundary. the cold front will come through our area today. that's when we'll get in on some rain. it's dry tonight and tonight.
tomorrow, but the bulk of the wet weather comes in the evening hours. >> 54 in hyannis. it is a warm start this morning. notice the cloud cover through mid morning and then the skies brighten towards lunchtime. temperatures in the lower 60s and then during the afternoon mid-to-upper 60s, could touch 70. 67 may be conservative even for boston today. it's a warm one. this evening we're dry, clouds thicken overnight. notice tomorrow morning maybe one or two sprinkles ou day. 3:00 tomorrow afternoon there's rain in the worcester area. look where it is 5:00, 6:00. your evening commute on thursday looks wet. there will be showers, could be downpours. can't rule out a rumble of thunder. this shifts out tomorrow night and we're drying things out toward friday. it's a colder end of the week. 60s the next couple of days. barely touching 50 with that busy wind on friday. let's get you to the roads. good morning, olessa.
allston/brighton eastbound to the top of the screen. brake lights lighting up. for the most part everyone getting by at the speed limit. as you head south, so far so good on 24. route 3 good. pike eastbound right now 15-minute ride 495 to 128. 93 south slowing down into andover. trains >> breaking news. two police officers have been shot and killed overnight in des moines, iowa. police say this was an ambush-style attack. the officers were killed in separate incidents 20 minutes apart. they worked for different departments. no word on any arrests. more information as it comes in on the eye. right now police are working to uncover clues after a woman was found dead outside an apartment complex. >> the eyeopener's doug meehan
details this morning. doug? >> emily, randy, good morning. police have identified that woman. but they are holding off in making it public until they notify her family. she was located at a back entrance behind this apartment complex here behind me. investigators believe she died at around this time yesterday between the hours of 5:00 and 7:00 a.m. a man who says he's the victim's brother said she had been missing the entire day. her death is being considered suspicious by investigators. if asked to please give police a call. we're live in lawrence, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> two friends from boston visiting woburn are battling critical injuries after a crash near city hall. take a look. police say it happened around 7:00 last night on common street and woburn police say the pair walked in the crosswalk to catch a bus when they were hit by a
the clinic and at last check are in critical condition. the driver of the truck did stay and is cooperating with investigators. live in woburn, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> right now crews are working to get some railcars back on track. this is video in overnight of the derailment on broadway and graniteville street. no one was hurt and the fire department tells us there are no concerns about an environmental hazard. no word on what caused that train t the clinton and trump campaigns in high gear. donald trump trying to convince early voters to switch votes to him as clinton focuses on women voters. >> you can change your vote to donald trump, we'll make america great again. >> i want all the girls in america to know you are valuable. you should feel good about
rallying in the wake of the news the f.b.i. is looking into a staffer's e-mails, raising the most money online for her since she became the nominee. florida and pennsylvania vital wins on election day. antoinette? >> erika, today opening statements in the sentencing retrial of gary sampson will get under way. he admitting to in 2001. he was sentenced to death in 2004 after pleading guilty to killing jonathan rizzo and philip mccloskey, who men who picked him up while hitchhiking. the sentence was tossed out years later because of juror wrongdoing, the juror lying about her background. sampson was sentenced separately in the new hampshire murder of robert "eli" whitney. he is once again fighting the death penalty in this case. live at the federal courthouse
>> thank you. breaking overnight in china. 33 miners are dead after getting trapped underground in an explosion. only two escaped the gas explosion. the administration of work safety is investigating. >> iraqi leaders fighting against isis say troops have taken control of a state television building in mosul. two years. >> police in salem, new hampshire investigating a deadly crash. three vehicles were involved on the where i can which shut down route 111 last night. three people are treated for serious injuries. a 69-year-old woman was killed. her name has not been released. >> parents in walpole are urged to check their child's candy bag for these. the small bottle of green apple vodka was dropped in a 6-year-old's bag monday night
and haynes streets. anyone with information should call walpole police. >> today comedian bill cosby is back in court fighting a felony charge over a sexual encounter with a temple university employee in 2004. prosecution wants to use cosby's testimony in a different case. he admitted in that case to giving women pills and alcohol before sex. use the testimony to be used. >> the trial involving former allies to new jersey governor chris christie. the juror struggled with two counts in the indictment. they are facing charges, including conspiracy and wire fraud in the lane closures stemming from a political scheme during christie's reelection bid.
>> a louisiana man rescued after sending her daughter to school with a note for the teacher. the note said that she was being held against her will. the school called the sheriff's department. police freed the woman who was held hostage by a wanted man. the suspect is behind bars. the mother and child have been reunited. >> caught on camera. a bus careens into a house in san antonio, texas. investigators have been able to review several angles of the crash on surveillance video. the bus was sideswiped by a truck before ending up inside the house. the driver, though, was able to walk off the bus. the truckdriver stayed at the scene, but a passenger ran off before police arrived. >> quite the heavy mess, but they are working to clear the entrance of yosemite national park after a rock slide blocked the entrance. the bolder slipped monday onto the road and since then they have been blasting the rock to try to break them up and get
slide and they believe it may be due to recent rain. there is a long detour for visitors to get into the park. >> winner takes all tonight in the world series after the cubs win game 6. it was put away early against the indians thanks to this grand slam by addison russell in the third. that put the cubs up 7-0. the indians tried to chip away at the lead with runs in the fourth and fifth, but they couldn't catch up. 9-3 the final. game 7 8:00. the florida panthers outshot the bruins but couldn't outscore. tuukka rask has 33 saves. brad marchand lit it up with an early goal, then followed by another one by dominic moore. the bruins win 2-1. >> eat all the halloween [laughter]
>> my eyes are just -- >> hiding the candy. i've seen this before. i >> [laughter] >> not fooling here. not everyone was fooled by the jimmy kimmel halloween candy prank. this is the sixth year the host has asked parents to tell kids they ate the candy. [laughter] >> so mean. like, i watch youtube, ok? give me my chocolate. [laughter] >> my kids were sorting last night and counting the pieces. >> don't mess with the halloween candy. 50 degrees in worcester this morning. it is 52 in boston.
the showers in maine are ahead of a warm frontal boundary. the southwesterly wind is bringing in the milder air. we've got clouds this morning. they thin out around midday. southwesterly wind five, 15 miles per hour with partial sunshine. it's a recipe for a warm afternoon. about 65 to 70 on average. coolest readings on the cape. a few spots may touch 70. easily should touch 67 in boston this afternoon. the clouds will thicken overnight. there are one or two showers here in the western part of the state around sunrise to 50s tonight. there will be rain tomorrow, but most of it comes in the afternoon. bulk of the morning hours are dry. by about 3:00 in the afternoon, there's rain getting into the worcester area. it's closing in on greater boston for that evening commute. there will be downpours. can't rule out a rumble of thunder. it shifts out pretty quickly thursday night. we'll dry things out for your friday. not looking at a ton of rain, about quarter to maybe half an
southern new hampshire. turning colder friday and that chill lasts into your weekend. don't forget this is the weekend we turn the clocks back one hour. we get that extra hour of sleep, but the sun sets around 4:30 on sunday. let's get you to the roads. olessa getting busier. >> a little bit of volume. slow r you can see the northbound side starting to build. some travel times south 24 stop and go and delays out of brockton. route 3 into the braintree split. travelling the pike, still in good shape. 15 minutes eastbound 495 out to 128. heading north, 93 slow out of methuen into andover.
randy: new details on a suspicious death in lawrence, the facts revealed and a chance encounter and the new time line. >> people hit by a truck in woburn. what they were trying to do when they were badly hurt. >> crunch time in commitment 2016. on the eye for this wednesday morning. emily: two police officers shot and killed in iowa. i'm emily riemer. randy: and i'm randy price. there is new information coming in, but first we want to get to cindy and the forecast. cindy: good morning, emily and randy and everybody at home. look at these readings, 15 to 2e stepping outside right now, so