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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
need the heavier jackets. there are clouds around, and 50s at the bus stop. well up into the 60s as they are off the bus this afternoon. right now 50 degrees in worcester, and there are a couple of 40s, orange up to keen. boston 53. 56 on the cape in hyannis so it is a mild start. you can see the clouds around. they thin out, lower 60s today and we'll keep climbing. you can see the clouds this is the function of a warm front. our rain will come from this cold front and that pushes in tomorrow so it's a dry one today we will get close to 70, out to framingham, upper 60's in lowell, and mid to upper 60's through worcester, and south of town nearing 73 from bridgewater
for november. we'll let you know when the cooler air returns. out to the roads, good morning, olessa. olessa: good morning. a live look outside. a check of the bridge. you can see traffic is moving along at a good pace. now to the maps and you can see the rest of your ride. we have volume on 24 out of brockton, and plus word of a crash on 128 near great plain avenue. two cars the the icon, that crash on 128 i just mentioned by great plain avenue, and 93 slow down into wilmington, more delays as you approach the spot pond, trains and buses are on schedule, the red line is expecting minor delays today, they are traveling at a restricted speed, and i will keep you posted and let you know if those delays pick um. that's a look at your traffic. >> thank you, and breaking news this morning, two police
attack. the officers were killed in separate incidents. 20 minutes apart. they work for different departments. no word at this point on any arrests. but a news conference is underway right now. we're monitoring that and we will bring you new information. >> and right now questions surrounding the death of a woman whose body was found outside of a lawrence apartment complex. >> police know who that is. the eyeopener's doug meehan is in lawrence this morning tracking the >> randy and emily good morning. investigates identifying that woman late last night but they are holding off on releasing it to the public until the family can be notified. now the body of the woman was discovered yesterday. outside of a back entrance to the rita hall apartments. newscenter 5's jorge quroga gave that cripghts to a victim of a plan who came to the scene.
been missing the entire day. they believe the victim died between 5:00 and 7:00 a.m. yesterday morning. police are calling the death suspicious. randy: two people are fighting for their lives. they were caught in a street in woburn when it happened. let's go out to sera congi. she is there at the scene with sera: the two friends are from boston, and they were visiting woburn near city hall when they were hit. take a look. it happened at 7:00 on commons street. the two people, a 67-year-old woman and 70-year-old man hit by a septic tank truck. both are in the hospital now with critical injuries. police tell us what happened just before the crash. >> they were here for a social visit, to visit people and they
in the area, and they were attempting to get the bus that leaves from in front of city hall so they were crossing at this time, in an effort to catch the bus. >> the driver did stay on the scene and is cooperating with investigates. and now police are checking out surveillance video from the area, which likely captured that crash. live in woburn, sera congi, newscenter 5. >> thank you. the work track. a derailment occurred at 8:30. this is new video that we could show you in overnight, from the scene, and this is in the area of broadway and graniteville street. in ain' was hurt, the fire department tells us that there are no concerns about the environmental problems, and no word this morning on what may have caused the train to derail. >> commitment 2016, with six days until election day, both hillary clinton and donald trump using their big political weapons on the trail today.
is here to set the stage. erika? >> first to the republicans, donald trump and his campaign with events today in new mexico, arizona, colorado, and florida. and those events split between trump and his running mate, mike pence. and the democratic ticket, a sea of blue, and hillary clinton in nevada, and arizona today, and she has heavy hitters campaigning today, including president barack obama and first lady and senators elizabeth warren and bernie sanders and her husband, former president bill clinton, and our bicycs electoral votes. >> the one state that he has to win is pennsylvania. the fact is he has to win florida, ohio, and pennsylvania together or he has to win wisconsin, ohio, and michigan and pennsylvania. he's behind in every one of those states, except ohio up by one. if he does not win pennsylvania he will never make it. >> i agree with mary ann that he needs pennsylvania but he could
trump has a longer way to go. >> and a clinton win in florida would almost deny trump a path to victory but polls show a tight race there. the latest wall street journal poll giving clinton just 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 those key battleground states. early voting ballots are not tallied until election day. >> a private meeting between the attorney general and the fbi director focused on hillary clinton's latest email scandal. loretta lynch spoke with james comey about the thousands of emails found on the email laptop of anthony weiner. weiner is the estranged husband of clinton aide huma abedin. the review was announced last week. randy: there is a credit warning
massachusetts. the credit rating agency moody's investor services the passing of the measure could have an impact on the credit of the city of boston, lawrence, fall river and springfield. according to the globe a draft of the report is expected to be delivered to the mayor of those cities today. opponents of question 2 say the city finances could be undercut if voters approve the measure. and boston's roman catholic archbishop shawn o'malley voicing their opposition to question 4. governor baker also expressed concern over legalizing recreational use of marijuana in the commonwealth. >> some how, somewhere, somebody going up against a billion dollars industry that will have a two-year head start, is going to be able to put the genie back in the bottle once it is out. >> former district court judge leslie harris says that he has
of marijuana hasn't been evenly enforced in the neighborhoods of color saying that young people of color charge of possession may have charges dismissed but it remains on their record. emily: details about a fight. the herald reports that witnesses carried ethan costello from a barn into the house, and they yelled at him to get him out of the hou party-goers tried to sober him up and argued about whether or not to call 9-1-1. police say that he died of a head injury. charges could be upgraded against 18-year-old joseph zagarella, the teenager charged in the beating. dozens of protesters are facing trespassing charges after this. more than 100 disability rights protesters blocked the entrance to the state offices at one ash burton place. that group is upset about
that personal care assistants can work. many people with disabilities rely on personal care assistance so they can live independently. randy: people are trying to steal your data through microsoft windows. they are fishing for information and how to protect yourself. new this morning the apps making your workout about more than fitness. and the cubs forced game seven. the big play stealing the deal. that's ahead on the eye. two des moines iowa police officers were killed in an ambush-style attack found shot in their police cruisers. we'll bring you more as soon as we get it. cindy: and it is a milder morning as you step outside this morning. 60s and 70 degrees today, yes, but i am also tracking rain tomorrow and cooler temperatures ahead. randy? randy: but first a look at one of the questions on the november ballot in massachusetts.
>> we are the woburn community education foundation, and we are raising money to find awesome new projects for the public schools. good morning eyeopener! randy: good morning to you am where he love the enthusiasm. >> a great group there raising almost 12,000, and that is used to fund education grants during the school year so one of the many events that we are proud to be a part of as boston's community partner, and we would love to see your wakeup call. i didt phone, and if i can, anybody can do it. >> and upload it to ulocal using our wcvb. >> she's not lying. >> technology is not our friend. >> no. >> you should have done it horizontal. >> so you step outside, like oh. >> you brace, but you don't need the uggs this morning.
quite a change. we are talking about readings, mostly at or above 50, a couple of exceptions. you can see from orange to keen but otherwise 50 worcester and 53 in boston and mid 50s on the cape, and that's the average high this time of year. should be about 56 for a high this time of year, and well above that both today and tomorrow, and look what happens. we fall off here heading into friday and the weekend, so we have got two mild days ahead, this warmth i midwest, and it is in the low 60s in chicago, and look at pittsburgh, 64, and this is the warmth that's coming in, and the leading edge is a warm frontal boundary, and it is associated with clouds but no showers. those are up across the state of maine. tomorrow is a different story. we have this cold front, and there are downpours in this. there is thunder and lightning
tomorrow we will increase the chance for rain. but dry for you, certainly, today, and we have a southwesterly wind this morning on the lighter side, winds stay light today, and cloud cover this morning, thinning out lunchtime into the afternoon. bartoli to at times mostly sunny skies. so the temperatures will rebound. this may be a little conservative. wouldn't surprise me if a few towns touched 70 degrees. look at 67 in boston and lower 60s on cape cod today. th tonight, one or two isolated showers. could be around first thing tomorrow, and temperatures out the door tomorrow, again, on the mild side in the lower 50s to start, but a lot more cloud cover through the day tomorrow, so i don't think that we'll be as warm as today, by 3:00, here comes the rain towards the worcester area, southern new hampshire and look where it is. right on top of us for that evening commute. showers, a few downpours and can't rule out a rumble of thunder, and this exits quickly on thursday night, and we're
quarter to half an inch. highest amounts north of the route 2 corridor, and winds are the big story on friday and the temperatures drop. they will be gusting over 20 miles per hour in the morning. and it stays blustery here in the afternoon, and that's the colder air coming in despite the sunshine, it's a cool, breezy, and sunny weekend for the most part. don't forget we turn the clocks back one hour on saturday night. let's go out to the roads once again. and a couple of trouble spots you are watching. >> a few, and also some video coming in from overnight, and middle canopy over the booth in west springfield, and massdot says it is working 24-7 in 23 work zones along the pike to get this completed. a live look outside at the pike. so far, so good, day three of open toarlg, he or she heading to the top of the screen. just a few brake lights starting to light up, but for the most part we're doing ok. let's go to the maps, as you travel south we have an accident, it's a northbound crash, delays back to route 140, and then as you travel the
another accident, two cars involved on 128 northbound by great plain avenue, but just expect a bit of extra volume, and as you head north, 93 stop and go out of methuen and wilmington, stays slow down to the spot pond and ok down to the lever connector. so far trains and buses are on schedule. red line is expecting some minor northbound delays today because of overnight work is causing restricted speed limits on the red line. >> ok, thank you. and winner takes all tonight in the world series after the chicago put this one away early thanks to this grand slam by addison russell in the third. and that put the cubs up 7-0. the indians try to catch up with runs in the fourth and the fifth, and they could not get it done. 9-3 is the final. game seven is tonight, that is in cleveland at 8:00. >> 6:18, to your economy this wednesday morning. a merger in the works for fantasy sports, and boston-based draftkings and new york's
costs. the deal could be announced as early as this week. the sites have been fighting restrictive regulations in states, but the herald reports this deal could unravel, it must be approved by federal regulators. and microsoft is working to fix a flaw in the window system. the hackers previously linked to the russian government used this to steal information, the flaw detected by researcher at google who alerted microsoft and adobe systems. adobe put in a fix last week and microsofts patch now and will release that next week. >> new this morning, motivation to exercise. how about money? we were caw is back with house cash. >> money works, i found a number of apps that tie the workout to supporting causes you care about so extra incentive to do more. one donates the money to something you don't support, if you fall short of your goal. >> debbie is devoted to her dog, she and her sister walk or run
raising money for the afpca. the free app charity mile keeps the tally and depending pays out to a variety of causes. >> you have interests like special olympics is in there, habitat for humanity. >> thanks for a big sponsors it is free for you. just select your charity and then your activity. >> outdoor walk and run, and it will show that you are ready to go. and you just start w your mode of exercise. >> bike is ten cents a mile. >> charity bets works on the notion the better you perform the more money you raise, and in this case friends or family donate cash only if you achieve a set goal. motivating you to work harder or they are sick or you put your credit card on file and if you fail to meet a goal money is donated to a cause you are against. options include rival sports teams or political parties.
giving of charity miles is what really pushes them to be more active. >> before you might have thought you know, oh, i will just walk around the block but this gets you to go farther. >> yeah, diane says she does not stop unless she reached the mile. >> and this is pushing her to do more. >> and more recently they were donating with that because someone they knew was recently diagnosed so they switch up the charities. >> ok, sounds good. i know what we're downloading later. >> coming up tomorrow on the eyeopener the local 30s. how they did it and the saving strategies that could work for you, too. >> two unsettling sites. one in alaska and the other in the pat's locker-room, and you will see both. and new at 6:30 fire destroying something many families count on, the items one group is scrambling to replace. >> a manhunt in sterling, a woman's encounter with masked men and the clue that they left
>> coming up on 6:25 here on your wednesday morning. it is a mild start. however, notice what we have got overhead. a fair amount of clouds, no rain today. we'll get in on some of that tomorrow. today is a dry day, and look at the temperatures as you are heading out the door. it is right around 50 degrees right now in worcester. look at the next 12 hours. we're jumping up into the 60s as the skies brighten. and up across the merrimack valley, the forecast brings you up into the mid 60s this afternoon, as well. and in the 50s this morning, clouds thin into the 60s we go this afternoon, so it is a mild day today, and still mild tomorrow, but showers and maybe a rumble of thunder as we get towards the late afternoon and evening, and then it's windy and cooler, cooling down on friday. emily. >> thank you. time for the eyepoppers. olessa is back with us and what do we have? >> we are talking about the land management. they posted a video, but this one here is going viral.
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unanswered after a woman's body is discovered outside of this apartment complex. two people struck by a truck in woburn. >> what we are learning about the victims fighting for their lives. >> a critical day in the dutch penalty retrial of a con -- victim killer. what we are expecting in just hours. >> the cubs staying alive in cleveland. the world series win or take all set to make history. >> on the >> we are following breaking news at 6:30. new information just coming in after two police officers are shot and killed overnight in des moines. police now calling this an ambushed style attack, both officers gunned down in their police cruisers in separate incidents. there is no description of a suspect right now, but we will keep you updated, more information as we get it. >> 6:30 on this wednesday morning. sky 5 live over 95, and in the area of sharon.
>> i'm emily riemer along with cindy and olessa, it is warmer today. this morning, i guess. >> yes, and you said 6:30, right? things were so dark. >> i know. >> and a few more days. >> a few more days. >> right. >> these are some of the latest sunrises of the year, and sun not up until 7:19 today, and it gets later through saturday morning, and then we turn the clocks back, so sunday morning the sun will be up at 6:24, just a reminder for you there, and this is it's so much milder. 15 to 20 degrees warmer than this time yesterday, so don't need the heavy jackets, or the hoodies this morning. it is mild, but a lot of clouds now in the low 50s, and 60s well up into the 60s as the kids are off the bus. and right now 50 in worcester and 51 boston, in the cape we're in the mid 50s, and we're going to keep climbing as the clouds thin out this morning. low 60s by lunchtime, and with some sunshine. and we'll keep climbing into the 60s this afternoon. you can see the cloud cover
ahead of this, we're going to keep that southwesterly wind bringing in warm temperatures today, and rain back in the midwest, will come in our direction tomorrow, so it's a dry one today, and 67 boston, and look at framingham, making that push towards 70, lots of upper 60's here through worcester, and south of town, brockton down to bridgewater and taunton, upper 60s but norwood, you may touch 70 degrees with lower 60s on cape cod, and very mild for early november. out to the roads, a c >> sky5 and sharon this morning, and this is 95 and this is the northbound side, as you can see, bumper to bumper, hard to stay on this shot but there is an accident in that area. i will show you where the crash is northbound by mechanic street so if you are head that go way expect delays back to route 140 at this point. and 24 slow out of brockton, route 3 into braintree and from there the expressway, 30 to 35, braintree into boston, traveling
cars and 25, from 425 to 128, more delays on 93 south, 425 to 128, it's a 20-minute ride and from there to the lever connector, add another 25 or so to the commute, right now all trains and buses are on schedule, and the red line is expecting delays. >> thank you, and now to the stories we're following at this hour on the eye. >> erika is tracking overnight developments for us. >> police are investigating the death of a woman of a body found discovery made yesterday at the rita hall apartments. investigates have been able to identify her but they have yet to release her name. and two people are suffering life threatening injuries after being hit by a truck in woburn. police say that they were crossing common street to get to a bus stop near city hall when it happened. and a big day on the campaign trail with just six days to go until election day. and the candidates and their surrogates have two dozen events on the calendar today, hillary
florida. randy. randy: a convicted murderer is back in court fighting for a new sentence after his initial death penalty punishment was thrown out. >> antoinette antonio is live at the courthouse in south boston with what to expect today. antoinette? >> emily and randy, it's been seven weeks since the jury selection began in this case, and today opening statements in the sentencing retrial of gary lee samson will get underway. sampson admitted to killing three people in 2001. it was a week long rampage. he was sentenced to death in 2004 after pleading guilty to killing jonathan rizzo and phillip mccloskey. the two men who picked him up while hitchhiking. but that sentence was tossed because of jury wrongdoing. the jury accused of lying about her background. sampson was sentenced separately in the murder of robert eli whitney.
keep you posted and with our mobile app. live in south boston, antoinette antonio, newscenter 5. >> thank you, 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 monk at this home. men wearing mask and is attacking the 70-year-old had broke. we are demanding money in the location of a safe. >> they were there for more than 20 minutes, leaving in the victim's car, that was found seven miles away, investigators are looking at prints. they believe they knew of the couple or scoped out the cul-de-sac prior to. a judge is deciding if he will grant the compassionate release for former speaker of the house
cancer behind bars losing more than 70 pounds struggling with nutrition problems. he served five years of an eight-year sentence for corruption. judge mark wolf worries early release might be viewed as preferential treatment. randy: marty walsh will be giving the first restaurant grades today. the department of inspectional services has been rating restaurants and food trucks for compliance with health and sanitation codes. each restaurant will get a letter and the mayor will be at stashes pizza today to reveal that establishment's grades. >> and 6:36. a trick-or-treater getting something not meant for kids. >> the prize for get, police involved and the fire destroying something many military families need. the new mission coming out. >> and first a look at one of the questions on the november ballot, question 4 is about recreational marijuana. a yes vote would allow anyone 21
>> updating our breaking news out of iowa, police say two des moines officers were ambushed, shot and killed while sitting in their cruisers overnight, and there is a manhunt underway right now for suspects and we'll keep you updated throughout the morning, and olessa. olessa: busy on the roads, we're watching some delays right here, sky5 and sharon, this is 95, and it's the northbound side by mechanic street, as you can see, a crash involving several crews on the shoulder. it did h a while so delays are back to 495, at this point all lanes are open but expect what's left of that residual volume. cindy, not as cold out there this morning. >> we have a blanket of clouds out there this morning, and today, dry, showers through the north right now, and we are going to see the clouds spin out and the temperatures go up, we're starting in the low 50s you no, heading into the applied and upper 60's today
weekend on the way. emily. emily: thank you. donated toys meant for kids in military families go up in flames. and now there is a new mission to replace them. the cape cod military support foundation says that toys and school supplies for the children of those who serve on joint base cape cod were destroyed when a fire ripped through the trailers last week. those gifts are usually given at an annual christmas party for the kids. >> come hell or high water there will be a christmas party for the kids. >> now the bank of cape cod is collecting toys and donations for the 800 kids the foundation helps to support. >> and people in des moines waking up to sad news, two police officers shot and killed in iowa overnight. the breaking news this morning, new information just coming in, and a little girl saving the day with a note to her teacher. the potentially life-saving message in news to go, and jimmy kimmel striking again. not everyone is fooled by his
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>> 6:44, the eyeopener team ready with your news to go in lawrence, and woburn and south boston. erika is following breaking news out of iowa. >> and new information just coming in there after two police officers were shot and killed overnight. an update on that in just a moment. you will notice the change this
stuff. >> no, the past 12 hours in boston, so notice the temperatures have been steady through the overnight, and we're in the low 50s right now, not too bad. >> not bad considering it is november. and an average high should only be in the mid 50s this time of year. we're way above that for the next two days. and we cool down again on friday and into your weekend. and this warmth is coming out of the ohio valley, the midwest, and you can see the temperature right now. look at that, 64, that is right now, and we are headed into the 60s this showers to the north and that's where they stay, and we're going to get rain in here tomorrow afternoon, as this cold front pushes into the area, but today it's a dry day for you, and we are going to see the heaviest rain tomorrow during the afternoon and evening hours so dry today and into tonight and can't rule out one or two isolated showers early tomorrow but the bulk of the wet weather comes in later. 49 in worcester. 51 in lawrence, and beverly, and boston down to plymouth, and mid 50s already on cape cod, so that's the starting point, the cloud cover this morning, clouds
temperatures at lunchtime in the low 60s, and maybe brown bag it today, spend time outdoors, and mid and upper 60's this afternoon, and could touch 70 in a few spots, so certainly above the average. and now the clouds are going to thicken up and by the first thing tomorrow morning, that's why i say one or two isolated showers but notice the bulk of the wet weather comes in tomorrow. and this is 3:00, notice the rain approaching the worcester area, and notice it heads right into the boston area for that evening commute. er downpours, and this whole area of rain shifts tomorrow, and we'll be drying things out here on your friday, and rainfall not looking too impressive, a quarter likely to a half an inch but notice how the temperatures tumble, and gusty winds on friday, going to make it feel blustery and colder, as well. and now back out to the roads, a couple of trouble spots. >> and we're starting with sky5 in sharon, and this is 95, and you can see the northbound side, very heavy, approaching a crash, that's now on the shoulder but
to the map, this expected on 95 northbound by exit 8 near mechanic street so if you are going in that direction expect delays, it's pushed off to the side but they are back to 495, and as you travel the expressway 30 to 35 braintree into boston and some delays on 128 northbound, two-car accident causing volume back into canton and as you travel the pike, half-hour, 495 to 128, and another accident on route 2 and heavy on 93 south out of methuen, to the lever officers have been shot and killed overnight in des moines, iowa. >> and erika is here with new information. erika. >> police calling this an ambushed style attack. both officers gunned down in their police cruisers in separate incidents, this is video of one of the scenes, the two officers worked for the des moines and the urbandale police departments, a manhunt is underway for a suspect on the loose. >> and there is danger if you are a police officer.
so there is definitely danger out there. there is somebody out there shooting police officers. >> and there is no description of a suspect right now. police officers in des moines have been ordered to work in pairs at this point, and another news conference is set to happen later this morning. doug, out to you. >> and erika, lawrence police investigating a suspicious death. a woman's body was found behind the rita hall apartments you see here behind me. and investigates believe that she died sometime hours of 5:00 and 7:00, and a man who says that he's the victim's brother said that she had been missing the entire day. police do have an identification, although they are not making it public at this time as they wait to identify or notify all of the family. if you know anything about what might have happened here, you are asked to call police. we're live in lawrence, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> two friends from boston who
it all happened on commons street last night around 7:00. police say the pair walked in the crosswalk to catch a bus when they were hit by a septic tank truck. the 71-year-old man, and 61-year-old woman were taken to lahey clinic and were in critical condition. live this morning in woburn, sera congi, newscenter 5. >> right now crews are working to get the rail car of the derailment on broadway and graniteville street. no one was hurt and the fire department tells us that there are no concerns about an environmental hazard. no word on what caused the train to derail. >> and you can change your vote to donald trump will make america great again. >> i want all the girls in america to know that you are valuable. you should feel good about yourselves.
bully tell you otherwise. >> with six days to go hillary clinton and donald trump charging hard on the campaign trail. the campaigns have dozens of events today. states to watch florida and pennsylvania, those are vital wins on election day. >> today opening statements in the sentencing retrial of gary lee sampson will get underway. sampson admitted to murdering three people in 2001 during a week long rampage across massachusetts and new 2004, after pleading guilty to killing jonathan rizzo and phillip mccloskey. two men who had picked him up while hitchhiking. but that sentence was tossed out years later because of juror wrongdoing. the juror lying about her background. sampleson was sentenced separately in the murder of robert eli whitney. he is facing the death penalty. live in south boston, antoinette
>> -- randy: and breaking overnight in china. 33 minors are dead after getting trapped underground in an explosion. only two minors escaped. monday's gas explosion, china's state administration of work safety is investigating how this happened. smaller mines have been shut down. >> iraqi leaders fighting against isis say troops have taken control of a television building in mosul. the fight for the key city is expected to last for weeks, possibly months. it is the first time iraqi troops have been in mosul in two years. and parents in walpole are urged to check their child's candy bag for these, a small bottle of green apple vodka was dropped in a six-year-old's bag while trick-or-treating in the neighborhood of pemberton and haynes streets. anyone with information should call walpole police. randy: today bill cosby will head back to court fighting a charge over a sexual encounter with a temple university employee in 2004. the prosecution wants to use
in that case the comedian admitted to having a series of affairs with young women and sometimes giving them pills and alcohol before sex. a judge will decide if he will allow cosby's damaging testimony to be used at his criminal trial in june. emily: jurors resume deliberations in the george washington bridge lane closure trial involving former allies to new jersey governor chris christie. credit the jury struggled with the law surrounding the and a port authority executive. they are facing several charges including superior and wire fraud in the lane closures stemming from a political scheme during his re-election bid. governor chris christie has denied knowing about the closures. randy: a woman is rescued after sending her daughter to school with a float for the teacher. the note said that she was being held against her when. the school called the sheriff's office and the deputies managed to free the woman who was being
that suspect now behind bars. the mother and child have been reunited. >> caught on camera a bus careens into a house in san antonio, texas. investigates have been able to review several angles of that crash on surveillance video. the bus was sideswiped by a truck before ending up inside the house. the driver was able to walk off the bus. a passenger ran off before police arrived. winner takes all tonight in the world series after the cubs game six. thanks to this grand slam by addison russell in the third. that put the cubs up 7-0. the indians try to chip at the lead with runs in the fourth and fifth but they could not catch up. 9-3 the final. game seven is tonight in cleveland at 8:00. the florida panthers outshot the bruins but they could not outscore them with tucka risk in
brad marchand lit it up and then followed this one by dominic moore. the bruins win 2-1. >> we ate all the halloween candy and there is nothing left. >> don't cry. >> my eyes are just sore. >> not everyone is fooled by this year's jimmy kl has asked parents to tell their children that they ate their candy. very disappointing reaction in most cases. >> that is so mean. these poor kids, you ate what! >> it's so mean. >> i had the same reaction this morning when you said that there was no candy. >> you did seem very disappointed. i found more. >> ok. >> she scoured the building and found some. >> thank you, this morning we have got problems here, and this
stretch and these delays are starting back intoed a above -- attleboro. this is the backup you are left with. if you are traveling through this stretch it is causing some heavy delays by exit 8. traveling northbound on the expressway, 30 to 35, and braintree into boston, and along the pike a slow ride, and plus this crash on 128 near great plain avenue which is now on the shoulder. 495 to 128 is a half-hour along the pike, and we have a accident on route 2 eastbound by jackson road. and traveling north of town, volume on 93 south, 495 to 128. and from there, to the lever connector, another half-hour, so far, trains and buses are on schedule. red line is expecting minor delays. cindy, it does not feel as novemberrish this morning. >> it's mild but it's dark out there. sun up, in another 20 minutes, the clouds, blanketing us along with the southerly winds so certainly it is warmer out there
open for a warm day ahead. and near 50 in worcester. we're 51 in boston and mid 50s as you are stepping out and the temperatures climb as the clouds thin. low 60s at lunchtime and mid and upper 60's this afternoon with the southwesterly wind about five to 15 miles per hour. the clouds will thicken up, and notice there could be a couple of raindrops here and there. and starting out in the low 50s tomorrow morning, and as we go on into the day, the cold front is going to approach with a you can see it come towards the worcester area by 3:00, and it will be around for the evening, showers, could be downpours and a rumble of thunder and then this all exits here coming up on thursday night. and not expecting a ton of rain. a quarter to a half an inch. highest totals likely north of the route 2 area, once this rain gets out gusty winds on friday, and cooler temperatures coming in, and i do want to remind you this is the weekend that we turn the clocks back one hour, daylight savings time comes to
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