tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 16, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
emily: right now questions coming from a crime scene in boston, what police still need to know what they are calling a domestic attack. randy: this video could solve a string of crimes, the security that could not stop this suspect. >> new names in running for the es former foe of a major post, it's on the eye for this wednesday morning >> the state's attorney general is reviewing a website that provides baby-sitters as well as adult caregivers. >> concerns that could affect your family, that's coming up first to cindy in the forecast. >> getting off of a foggy start, in place, out in worcester,
it's a mile, so slow improvements here. a lot of fog in southern new hampshire and the merrimack valley, as well, so watch out, and tough to see the kids at the bus stop. misty spots, a dreary start, near 50 at the bus stop, and a few breaks of sunshine, 47 in worcester, 52 in boston, and mild with low 50s on the cape, and you can see the radar is quiet, a couple of patches, where we have the spritzes and the mist and the areas are dry, as you are heading out the door, here's the storm, brought all the rain, the winds are shifting. that is going to bring in drier air but notice it takes until mid to late afternoon before we see the breaks, and temperatures coming up into the mid and upper 50s this afternoon. this is above average for this time of year. want to get you back out to the roads right now. see how we're doing out there. the fog may be slowing folks down in some areas. >> yes, a bit of moisture on the roads, as well. thank you, a live look outside
let's go to the maps and see the rest of the ride, as you head south, so far, the trip doesn't look too bad. let's check out the maps and travel times again. making your way along 95, no problems, we are watching this one incident here, route 3 northbound by union street, a crash on the shoulder, and once you get past it, it's a half-hour ride, braintree into boston. and making your way along the pike, no problems. 15 minutes eastbound, 495 to 128, and if you head north of town, 93 southbound, volume building out of methuen into the whether he ever connector, so far trains and buses doing ok. >> thank you, and questions right now after a large police scene in one boston neighborhood. >> one person is in custody. the eyeopener's sera congi is live in hyde park with what we're learning. sera. >> emily and randy, there continues to be a police presence on huntington avenue. at this point police calling this a case of domestic violence. it happened last night around 8:30 here on huntington avenue in hyde park.
person is in custody. a victim is in the hospital, suffering from life threatening injuries. it was a large police scene into the overnight hours here. several officers investigating, gathering evidence. no names were released of the suspect or the victim. we're still waiting to hear more details about exactly what led to this, but again, one person is in custody. a victim with life threatening injuries. live in hyde park, sera congi, newscenter 5. >> sera, thank you. right now for an armed robber in newton, they say he target this had station on beacon street before 9:00. the man showed a long gun and took off with money, nobody was hurt. >> three minutes after 6:00. you see him here at the top of the screen, this plan on a scooter is a suspect at a crime spree in quincy,a he's a repeat offender and right now, they are asking for the public's help, antoinette antonio is in quincy this morning where a mosque has
>> the imam center here in quincy has been targeted at least three times, the mosque is now releasing surveillance video in hopes police will catch a suspect. here's a look at that video. you see the suspect on the scooter outside of the center last month. he made off with a donation box. two hours later he returns taking an audio system north 4,000. the latest crime happened last friday. the suspect returning once again and breakingn. >> it looks like he's a professional. he was wearing gloves. he protected himself very well. the way that i see it, he's stealing from god. >> police believe the man is the same suspect in other break-ins in the area. police have stepped up patrols. in the meantime they are asking if you recognize that suspect, or possibly that scooter that he was riding, to give police a call. we're live in quincy this morning, antoinette antonio,
>> right now we're learning new details about the shooting that left a man dying in a wooded area of easton. police are now examining a red mosque. this was found in north carolina, searching for that car since that crime in boston in the boston area. the victim's stepfather tells our partners at the enterprise that it belonged to daniel smith. smith was found shot in the woods of easton for -- two weeks ago. michael guerrero is charged as michael knowing knowing -- noguera of florida is charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. >> zoo journalists said that trump would be staying at trump tower, only to see the motorcade leaving with no warning. the president-elect has refused to travel with the press core since the election and donald trump is busy putting together his transition team.
may now fill a seat in his cabinet and the eyeopener's erika tarantal is tracking the latest in the transition. >> right now there are reports that ted cruz might be tapped for a position. several outlets saying that president-elect trump could nominate the texas senator to be attorney general. cruz was at trump tower yesterday for a private meeting. he was one of the republicans who ran against trump for the party's nomination, and also vice president elect mike pence leading the trump transition, and trump t respond to criticism of his picks and his process. he tweeted very organized process taking place as i decide on the cabinet and many other positions. i am the only one who knows who the finalists are. we know dr. ben carson is not in the running for a cabinet position. his business manager is saying that dr. carson opted out of consideration. emily. >> ok, the committee in charge of the looming inauguration starting to take shape now. it includes billionaires of the
wynn. wynn is constructing the resort in everett and the committee will oversee the january 20 >>announcer: -- inauguration events. randy: isis posted a picture of the new york's thanksgiving day parade and there is concern that trump properties there in paris hilton could be a target. the trump international hotel along the parade route is one of those. law enforcement warning that any building with the trump name on it could be presenting a highly the trump tower on 5th avenue, the secret service and the new york city police department are negotiating over how much of that area will be shut down to the public. new this morning, a push by some democrats in the state here to convince secretary of state john kerry to run for governor of the commonwealth. the herald reports the twitter handle kerry for gov was created by a democratic activist.
running for re-election. >> the attorney general's office is reviewing the website care.com after a series of complaints. the nature of the complaints are not being released because it could affect the investigation. they provide baby-sitters and caretakers for the elderly. the site came under fire in september when police say susan devereaux was drunk and high in the street while babysitting a three-year-old in arlington. in a statement the company said that it periodically learns that complaints adding, "it i complaints and respond as appropriate." new this morning, we're learning about that low speed commuter train accident near south station that went unreported. the globe reporting the train rurntd to regular service despite the fact that it sustained some damage to its front end. no passengers were onboard when the train hit a barrier at six miles per hour earlier this month. earlier this week the mbta's fiscal and management control board compared it to this
high rate of speed when it crashed killing one person and injuring more than 100 others. >> police are searching for suspects wanted for robbing two suffolk university students. they say they were on mason street at 7:00 last night. they were accosted there. one of the robbers claiming to have a gun. the suspects got away, the university urging students to be aware of their surroundings in the city. water testing at 300 schools in the commonwealth. more than half had at least one sample with lead levels that registered above regulatory limits. right now the schools are attempting to fix the issues by shutting off the fountains and brushing the pipes and making plumbing repairs. the clean water trust added 750,000 to the testing fund so that every school could test the water for the presence of lead. the testing began after the contaminated water crisis in
local scientists coming up with an early test for alzheimer's disease. the idea that does not require needles or scans. marathon bombing survivor letting cameras into their lives. why they say a new hbo documentary was worth the intrusion. and new this morning, apps to keep you from overspending. three downloads to save you money. >> and we have got mist and fog and drizzle, kind of a dreary morning but it is still mild. when ade moves in, that's ahead, first, take a look at the temperatures as you are heading out the door. lots of 50s, although you are in the fog, just 47 degrees as you are heading out the door in worcester right now.
>> good morning eyeopener. randy: good morning, crusaders. can't wait to see you and the marching bands and the floats and what have you this saturday in plymouth. >> and today is your last chance to join us as a vip at america's hometown thanksgiving day celebration in plymouth. head to our wcvb facebook page to center that contest. it's always such a good time. >> the weather cooperates.
>> right. >> i think we're going to be ok on saturday, and i think it gets worse, clouds come in but we're dry. >> right. >> that's all we need. >> nothing like yesterday, wow, did it rain around here, we need it for the month of november, we're still below average, even after more than an inch of rain yesterday. and look at our deficit for the year up over 9.5 inches so we need more but we'll take more events like this yesterday. we had two inches of rain in sterling. peabody close to two. an inch and a half in belmont and west wood and shirley an inch. beneficial rain but still we are in a drought situation here. you can see the bulk of the wet weather now is gone. just some patches of mist and drizzle. doesn't show up too well on the radar but they are out there this morning, as well as the fog. visability is a half a mile in worcester. not a big issue around the city, the south shore, the cape but to the north, especially in northern new hampshire and the merrimack valley, fog out there. we're in the 40s right now over the interior but look at the 50s along the coastline.
now as the storm lifts, we're getting more of a westerly wind, that's developing, that will dry us out this afternoon but that wind, not terribly strong. a light component, but enough of an offshore wind, that is the next high tide comes around mid-day, i'm not expecting too many issues. we do have a coastal flood advisory up for that tide. 10:00 to 2:00. just some pockets possible of minor coastal flooding shouldn't be to the extent of what we dealt with yesterday but just a heads up. notice the temperatures this afternoon, low to mid 50s, ag is 52, so above average today, and again if you are looking for a lot of sunshine, not happening, through lunchtime it's still overcast, and then during the afternoon, just a couple of breaks of sunshine but notice by 5:00, that's when we're starting to clear out and it's dark by then, sunsets at 4:20. overnight skies clear, completely, lots of 40s, mid and upper 30s, in the coldest suburbs and the high pressure is settling in for thursday into friday. it looks like a really nice end to the week but notice there is a storm off the shore. that's the one that could throw
to the west, this is a snow storm for parts of the great lakes and the plains. this is going to bring us a few rain showers it appears on sunday. so mild, dry, clouds increase on saturday, and we're in great shape through then, on sunday, we have got a storm coming in and that is going to bring about a big pattern change as the jet stream drops to the south, and notice the temperatures, don't get out of the mid 40s on sunday but monday, tuesday, through thanksgiving, much colder air. and as we get closer to the holiday itself more not great for traveling but still that's a week off. >> it sets us in the mood for the holidays. >> it sure does. >> thank you. >> so far, a bit slow on the roads, we have a couple of issues, and some volume there. the expressway by the gas tank, northbound side heading to the top of the screen, and let's go to the maps and see the rest of the ride, cleared on route 3, accident by union street, is gone and if you are traveling the expressway, a half-hour at this point from braintree into boston, making your way north, we have a crash eastbound on
about a 15 to 20-minute ride, 495 to 128. and 93 south, the delays out of methuen into dascum road and through spot pond and a crash on the ranch as you travel from goodwin circle. route 1 looks ok and trains and buses are running on schedule. >> thank you. we're getting a first look at the hbo documentary on the boston marathon bombing. marathons, the patriots say it follows the survivors, patrick downes, sidney corcoran, j.p. norden and their families. they were on hand for the boston screening and say committing to this project was not an easy decision. >> we were very hesitant to take part in it. it's very intrusive, and we have to be open and honest about what our experience has been like. >> i think that they did a really good job of showing what terrorism looks like, and how life goes on after it. it's really raw, and i think it's very powerful that way. >> this documentary is not the only film about to get a preholiday release.
the documentary airs on hbo november 21st. your health this morning, a new test is in the works that could predict the onset of alzheimer's disease. researcher at mass general have developed a smell test which could show signs of the disease 15 to 15 years before the symptoms begin. researcher say early intervention can further delay the progression of the disease. a warning about weight fluctuation. doctors say it could increase a woman's risk of heart who yo-yo diet meaning they go back and forth between weight gain and loss had 3.5 times the risk of dieing from a heart issue compared to people with a more stable weight. randy: your economy headlines, world markets were mixed with european stocks slipping over a retreat in oil prices. right now stock futures are lower. investors are waiting for a key report on u.s. oil inventories, which could move the markets
street. and cautionary changes to the housing market. mortgage rates are creeping up. the 30-year fixed rate is now up to 3.73%. experts say that now is the time to lock in and rates are still historically low. many experts do not expect them to go up too much higher than they currently are. the postal service is hanging up the help wanted sign. the agency says there are 500 letter they say the increase in package deliveries is boosting the need to workers along with a wave of retirement. and salaries start at $16 an hour. >> new this morning, saving money is getting easier thanks to your smart-phone and three new apps. first the app stash it set a goal with tips to cut spending that fit your lifestyle. financial experts say this will help you develop better habits. and second level money, the app
highlights where you are spending the most so you can make cuts on unnecessary overspending, and last good budgets, it uses the method of envelope budgeting. you set aside a certain amount for bills and savings each paycheck before spending anything am financial experts say the apps keep you on track to save even putting away just $5 a week can help in the long run. >> it sounds like a small amount of money but can make a big difference in your overall financial health, just because it can keep areas. >> they say there are lots of apps that help you save. the key is to finding one that fits your lifestyle. >> and tomorrow morning on the eye keeping your kids safe in this high-tech world. the critical checklist from police, including one item your child should always be carrying. patriots' fans taking on the challenge, and quite the unusual sighting on interstate 93. >> they are in eyepoppers this morning.
drug cases on the line today, what prosecutors oppose mass dismissal despite flawed tests, and a woman survives for hours in a mangled cars. the smart move that got her through a cold night. and it's enough to make your heart stop. this baby about to tumble off a changing table, but he's too lucky, and someone has fast reflexes.
>> good morning, ? tonight, tonight come see our show tonight ? >> ok. we will now, good morning to the cast of west side story. randy: the show is running through the 20th at the north shore music theater. cindy? cindy: we'll talk about this morning because we have got the drizzle and fog out there. plenty of rain from yesterday lifting up through the state of maine. take a look at the visibility. it is -- it is down, in the worcester area, you can see that here, showing up, a quarter of a
chillier out that way, as well, a lot of lower 50s when you get closer into boston but over the next 12 hours, takes you into the early afternoon, to see those readings in the lower 50s around worcester, and just a few breaks of sunshine developing today, a slow process but a bit brighter this afternoon. and lots of sunshine, though, and still mild. upper 50s to near 60 through friday. emily. >> thank you, 6:25, it's time for the eyepoppers, olessa, what do we have today? >> we're talking about a real traffic stopper. troopers forced to wrangle a herd of cows. this is from the dairy barn in canterbury, they decided to venture out and the farmer called police and said stop. that's not working. he called police, when he saw them on the highway ramp, and they were like move over. >> he did it. >> they are now back home where they belong. >> there you go.
facebook page. fans, cheerleaders, broadcasters, and everyone in between, breathing from the latest social media trend. i think that we need to do our own version of this, as well, behind the scenes. >> what would your pose be? >> i don't know. >> there you go. >> yes. i was going to say snacking. but i didn't want to say it. >> i know. >> randy, too. >> that's true, randy, too. >> eating, exactly.ha heads up as you start your holiday shopping at this year's most dangerous toys out there. we will tell you, and gronk has a message for the seahawks' player who delivered this big hit. their surprising exchange. and i was looking at traffic. oh, boy this morning. this is the tobin mystic river bridge where it is jammed at
>> one person in custody, another fighting for their life after police swarm a boston neighborhood. >> what we are learning about the ongoing investigation. >> caught on camera, and on the run, the suspect wanted in a quincy crime spree. >> thousands of drug case this is jeopardy, this former state chemist. >> the argument the highest court will hear in just hours.
>> the moment weaponses say sets the driver off on the eye. >> 6:30 on this wednesday morning, we take a live look at the tobin bridge. ouch. probably the only word for it this morning. good morning. >> how are they? >> right. >> yeah. >> i am emily riemer. >> and i'm randy price. along with cindy and and it is wednesday. >> you might need the wiper intermittently from the spray on the roads and also mist and drizzle here this morning, and take a look. it does not look so nice in boston. we're a few minutes from sunrise, 6:36, you can see a lot of clouds, and not too much fog in the city, and most of it is out towards the worcester area where visibility is running. just around a quarter of a mile but might be tough to see the kids at the bus stop, so be
bus with temperatures up into the 50s. you can see we're 54 beverly. 53 in hyannis. boston 52. 40s, cooler out through worcester county, and you can see a couple of patches of mist and drizzle, nothing organized this morning. we're drying out slowly as our storm from yesterday lifts outer, westerly winds will try to bring in drier air, so notice as we go through lunchtime, a lot of clouds, temperatures don't change a lot, and the clouds break around 3:00, 4:00, but by then the sun i the temperatures are not bad. average high is 52, looking for a high of 56 in town today, a bit milder near 60 in taunton. cooler air on the way, we'll talk more about that coming up. right now back out to the roads. a tough ride on the tobin this morning. >> yes, very heavy delays, a live look outside to show you southbound into boston. not very pleasant unfortunately, so if you are heading out the door, budget in that travel time. let's go to the maps and check your ride. south of town, a crash on route 3, but now we have an accident
route 28 where one lane is closed, 24 is heavy out of brockton, 95 slow from sharon, as you travel the expressway, it's a half-hour, braintree into boston and another accident eastbound on sturrow, by the longfellow bridge. as you travel the pike, west of town, so far, it's a bit slow. we're watching a crash on 495 north, and eastbound 495 to 128. trains and us abouts -- buses are ok. >> now to the stories we are following on the eyeopener. >> and erika is tracking those developments. >> right now one person is in custody and another is critically hurt after what police are calling a domestic disturbance in boston. this was the scene last night on huntington avenue. sera congi will have an update in news to go, and this is the suspect in a crime in quincy, a spree, a local mosque hit three times in the last month, the
center happening on friday, police investigating whether the suspect is tied to other break-ins in the area. reports that ted cruz could be tapped as the u.s. attorney general in the trump administration. cruz and outspoken opponent of trump's through the republican national convention met with the president-elect yesterday at trump tower. >> thanks, right now the state's highest court is preparing to hear a request to dismiss thousands of criminal drug cases. >> these are all linked to a former state chemist, who served me boston this morning to explain what is at stake. >> this is another attempt to toss out the cases that were mishandled by former state lab chemist annie dookhan. public defenders and the aclu want 24,000 cases dropped in which dookhan played a role in testing. the the latest move comes off the sjc rejected the attempt to
many of the cases have yet to be preprocessed. in 2013, dookhan pleaded guilty to faking test results and tampering with evidence. she was sentenced to three years in prison but only served 2.5 before she was released. prosecutors are opposed to mass dismissal arguing challenges should be heard on a case-by-case basis. newscenter 5 will be at today's hearing. we'll keep you updated on air as website. we're live in boston, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> thank you. 6" 34, and this morning the story of a woman trapped in a mangled car for hours, many hours. a 70-year-old woman is alive this morning thanks to her survival skills. the passat hit several trees and rolled down this embankment. this is a long route 27, in epic new hampshire. the battery fell out. she did not have lights in the
she went into survival mode. >> she crawled into the back of the vehicle where she had a bunch of clothes, and she used those close to cover herself up. >> she had a history where she learned to be tough. so she was a fighter. she knew what to do. >> she was in that car for eight hours. the wreckage was spotted when the sun came up, and we are told that she is in stae recovering after a car collided with an ambulance. in the roxbury neighborhood this happened yesterday afternoon, at the intersection of hamden street and cass boulevard. the injuries are considered minor. investigates say that the patients in the ambulance at the time were not hurt. >> an alarming trend in natick. another case of racism at the high school. the principal sent a message to parents after racist graffiti was found in a student bathroom
two teachers. now over the weekend, threatening letters were sent to a home on maple street telling the homeowner that natick is strictly white. right now brown university is investigating the trashing of american flags meant for a veteran's day ceremony. video shows a woman dropping a handful of flags next to a tree. the student who shot the video says he tried to put the flags back only to see them trashed again. some on campus believe the vandalism may be tied to the outcome of the presidential shopping list. this year's most dangerous toys, and a baby falling off a changing table here. not as bad as it seems. a lucky break that may have saved this boy's life. a burglar ending up naked. in a pizza shop, how he lost his
>> good morning, welcome to the eyeopener. a live look outside here at the tobin bridge behind me. you can see the southbound side. very heavy delays right now as you go into boston. we're watching a couple of problem spots west of town. a few accidents there, i will have details on that coming up. >> is this rain going to get out of here soon?
yesterday moving out but estimate patches of mist and drizzle and fog, slow brightening into the afternoon with a few breaks of sunshine. temperatures in the mid 50s today. we're staying mild through saturday. then a big temperature change coming. the pattern is shifting to the colder one. showers around on sunday and then it stays chilly into next week. randy: all right, holiday tradition this time of year, and the boston-based group revealed it's list of most dangerous toys according to the safety group those include the life-like dolls, slime ball slinger, and even superman. experts say that they present choking and suffocation hazards. the toy industry association calls the findings factually inaccurate but every year hundreds of thousands of toys are recalled, and you can find year's full list. we have that on the new and improved mobile app and under your money.
call for a florida family, a nine-year-old boy is being called a hero for an amazing catch. he saves his baby brother as the infant falls off of the changing table right there. their mother was home alone with her five kids when she placed the 11-month-old on the table. she turns her back for a moment, and the baby rolls off. the woman's other son catches the boy just inches from the floor. but the nine-year-old believes he had some help. >> i would have never i felt like something came and just pushed me forward and then when it happened i ran and caught him. emily: the mother says the video serves as a reminder to always pay attention to young children. randy: trump's company is apologizing for a promotion after an interview with her father, the move that has her accused of mixing business with politics, and gronk has a message for the seahawks, who
>> and cindy is tracking the weather. >> that's the average high this time of year, so we can only go up. >> right. >> we're not going to go up much because the clouds are going to be staying around most of the day today. there is no hurry to get out of here but despite all that rain yesterday, we're still below average for this time of year. for the month and for the year, look at the deficit, still over 9.5 inches but we need more rain, events like this welcome one to two inches of rain, widespread, look at peabody, close to two inches of rain, so many of us doing all that steady rain now up to the north. we're seeing a lot of clouds. and is a patch or two of mist and drizzle. that's about it. we have a developing westerly wind in the back side of the storm so that is slowly going to dry us out. a lot of fog out there this morning. notice the visibility a quarter of a mile in worcester. fog through southern new hampshire as well so take it easy. we're going to see the clouds and fog linger through mid morning and they stick around. right through lunchtime. during the afternoon there will be one or two breaks of sun that
break apart. so slow improvements coming today, temperatures in the mid and upper 50s, that is well above average for this time of year. and it looks like we're going to stay mild. you can see here on the future cast, all the clouds through lunchtime and there are the breaks showing up at 4:00. skies clear out overnight. that's going to set us up for a nice sunny stretch here. thufers and -- thursday and friday, there are the mild temperatures but they cool down, more on that ahead. out to the roads right now. it's a slow >> very heavy delays and a few problem spots. this is route 1 in saugus, to the top of the screen, not a very pleasant ride. now to the maps and check your trip. south of town we're watching a crash on 24, northbound by 128 rather by route 28, and heavy delays on 24 as you travel out of brockton, expressway 30 to 35 braintree into boston, and we also have a crash here eastbound west of town the pike is very
a crash by route 9 and another by route 30. it's almost a 30-minute ride. 495 to 128. it is slow from andover into boston. still watching this crash from goodwin circle onto 128. so far trains and buses are doing ok. randy: thank you. a case of domestic violence is under investigation in the city of boston. >> sera congi is live in hyde park with what we know. sera? >> emily and randy, there continues to be a police presence here on huntington avenue with life threatening injuries. this all happened around 8:30 last night here in hyde park. a large crime scene set up for much of the night. boston police tell us one person is in custody. now at this point no details about what happened or what led to this violence. police only describing it as a call to a domestic disturbance. in the light of day this morning if we are back here with our live pictures, you can see several windows of the first
huntington avenue are broken and some of the neighbors tell us that they heard lots of screaming last night and they heard glass shattering. the victim at this point believed to be a woman, again, sent to the hospital with life threatening injuries, and one person is in custody. live in hyde park, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> sera, thank you. right now police are trying to solve an armed robbery in newton. suspects showed a gun before making off with cash from this gulf station on beacon street before 9:00 last >> a crime spree in quincy targeting this mosque and several other businesses in this area. take a look at this surveillance video you see on the screen. you see the suspect on a scooter outside of the imam islamic center last month. covering his face and wearing gloves. that thief made off with a donation box two hours later, he returns, taking an audio system worth about 4,000. he comes back two weeks later,
down but not stopping as he breaks in again. if you recognize that suspect or possibly the scooter he was riding call quincy police. we're live in quincy this morning, anted ant, wcvb newscenter 5, antoinette antonio. >> the trump transition, the latest word as a former rival is being eyed for attorney general. the president-elect is countering reports his selection process is in disarray, taking to twitter writing very organized process taking place as i decide on cabinet and other positions. i am the only one who knows who the finalists are. our reports, ted cruz is a finalist for attorney general. he was at trump tower yesterday. meantime dr. ben carson another former trump rival turned supportive, opted out of consideration for a post. >> thank you, the trump transition team appears to be making the opioid crisis a priority. vice president-elect mike pence
during the governor's meeting in florida. sununu says pence pledged to help by delivering block grants so resources won't get held up. the trump administration has not laid out a specific plan. >> ivanka trump's company is apologizing for promoting an accessory that she was wearing during an interview with her father. ivanka trump fine jewelry sent wearing the favorite bracelet of hers, that to say 10,000. the company is working on post-election propriety doll -- protocol now. later this morning, the state's highest court will be considering arguments in tossing out thousands of mishandled drug cases. public defenders and the aclu want 24,000 cases dropped in which annie dookhan played a role in testing. previous attempts to have them
to oral arguments both in favor and against. back in 2013, dookhan pleaded guilty to fake test results and tampering with evidence. she was sentenced to three years in prison but own served 2.5. we're live in boston this morning, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> and an intense rescue in san bernardino, california, the highway patrol has just released this video of a man trapped in a car engulfed in flames. the car, which was involved in a deadly crash, exploded, wies waiting for help through -- was waving for help through the flames. the firefighters managed to save the survivor from that car, two people in the other car involved in that crash died at the scene. >> also in southern california, what a wild scene here. witnesses trying to chase down the driver who had just attacked his girlfriend. enraged shoppers pounded on the car windows. they tried to open the doors. the car backs up, and again,
the ground. police managed to stop the driver and take him into custody. >> a major fail for a man who tried to burglarize a pizza shop. the burglar got in through a roof vent but ripped his pants off on the way down. so he tried to use his shirt to cover himself up, you know, as you continue breaking into the cash registers. he did not get any money but he did leave a few thousand in damages behind. the owners are upset about the mess but they got a good laugh out of randy: a popular dating app is expanding. tinder is giving users the option to choose gender other than a man or woman. they describe their identity. tinder now has better tools to serve its diverse community. >> rob gronkowski is recovering after this hit during sunday's game against the seahawks. they say he is suffering from a bruised sternum.
punishing blow. earl thomas posted this, nothing but respect for gronk. one of the best i have lined up against. hoping to see him back on the field sooner than later, and gronk responded with this, the respect is mutual, man you got the best of me on that one. the grind is real, you showed the fans a real football hit. today is your last chance to join the eyeopener team in plymouth. we are excited to take part in america's hometown thanksgiving parade in plymouth, and you can be our special guest. head to enter to win vip tickets to all of the big weekend events and spend time with all of us. >> we've been watching traffic this morning across the bridges and they have been jammed, and we don't have to tell you that traffic jams are a morning nightmare. >> so there is a special name for getting stuck it turns out. >> we're talking, we're calling
the equilibrium curves, suffice toes jackson county -- jam-tons form. there is a wave that can sweep back on the traffic for miles. basic problem, drivers don't leave enough room in front of them, which leads to unnecessary braking which leads to jam-ton which leads >> tonight on chronicle, ted shows you how to avoid a jam-ton and secrets that mayk it easier tonight at 7:30. how are the roads? lots of jam-tons going out the door. from the northbound side, not a pleasant ride, let's get to the maps. the same story across the board. 24, heavy out of brockton, delays on 95 from sharon and
almost 35, braintree into boston, and if you are traveling the pike, it's not going to be pleasant, 495 north, we have a crash, and there is an eastbound accident by route 9, another by route 30, so in total 40 minutes, 495 to 128, and another crash just coming in here eastbound on route 9 by 126 and framingham. north of town, 93 heavy down to 128, another 40-minute ride from 128 to the lever connector. so far the trains and buses are doing ok. we he there, and everything else is running on schedule. cindy, we're trying to get this rain out of here. >> we are, just patches. nothing heavy, but we do have fog, and take a look. visibility is running a quarter of a mile in worcester, some fog in southern new hampshire, not an issue in the city, a lot of clouds in boston, 52 degrees with a south, southwesterly wind, that wind on the back side of yesterday's storm that brought in more than an inch of rain, some spots closer to two, we're left with the patches of
stick around right through mid-day, and the temperatures, very slow to climb. we go from the low 50s this morning into the mid and upper 50s this afternoon. low 50s out through worcester. and want to remind you the mid-day high tide there is a coastal flood advisory, could see some pockets of minor coastal flooding, but with an offshore wind, it does not look like a huge issue today. it takes us all day to break up the clouds, when the sunsets, we're starting to clear out, and the skies clear completely and we're down into the 30s and 40s for our overnight lows, but tons o thursday, friday, clouds increase but we're nice and mild through the first half of the weekend, and we get a storm to come through on sunday, with showers, and look at the pattern change that is coming on sunday through next week, and much colder air is settling in, temperatures not getting out of the 40s. and it looks like this is going to be lasting through thanksgiving, as well, so enjoy the mild times through saturday, and it looks like reality is settling in. >> fall is here? >> yeah. >> definitely.
can be here, our vip guest down in plymouth with a big parade on saturday and the weather is going to be awesome. thanks for joining us. >> we will be back with you at noon and then of course all of us at 4:30 a.m. tomorrow morning. have a good day. ? ? with simply right checking from santander bank, just make one deposit, withdrawal, transfer, or payment each month to waive the monthly fee. and there's no minimum balance. you're alright with simply right checking from santander bank.
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