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ABC
Oct 12, 2015 5:00pm EDT
jc? phil: thanks. a massive engineering project is under way in china. they are looking for extraterrestrial life. the military space program is constructing the world's largest radio telescope. scientists want to use the 500 meter telescope to explore a planet spotted by nasa in july that may be able to sustain life. finished in 2016. jc: high flying and death defying acrobatics at the charlotte motor speedway. they are hanging from an aerial wing. she is the wife of nik wallenda and she performed this stunt you see without a harness and safety device and at times only used her feet to hang on. phil: do they ever have a normal saturday night out sph a date night? going to dinner and drinks is boring. jc: and what is with the no harness thing? phil: it is not the same with a harness. jc: i guess not. phil dpil -- phil: and a group who is making an attempt to comfort military members. jc: and a tribute one man wants to pay to will farrell and his invitation to the she would not sur slive sh ad sh ad ad -- survive. see how this miracle beat the pbuilding a better bank starts w
ABC
Nov 1, 2016 5:00pm EDT
miraculously ended safely. take a look. this is china where a little boy took his toy car for a spin in the middle of rush hour. drivers managed to steer around the little guy, but it was close. a police officer eventually comes to the rescue. he scoops up the child, and his ride, and gets them to a safe spot. a few minutes later he's back with mom, who's probably going to revoke his driving privileges for a bit. anchor: the manatee rescued off the coast of cape cod is now back in the wild in florida. the manatee, named washburn after an island in nantucket sound, was released today by a team from seaworld orlando. washburn is pregnant, because of this successful release she will be able to have her baby in the wild, in about five to six months. anchor: glad it worked out well. anchor: that or she should be. it's between one to seven degrees milder now then a few days ago but you and i will be doing a in again. but boy, we were all shivering this morning. it was frosty out there, well below freezing in many cases degrees. it was 23 degrees in norwood and about 27 on the vineyard. it was res
ABC
Jan 21, 2016 5:00pm EST
for its t she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... r ...and spoke out on women's rights... r ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. t the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit r until eight million children got health care. ti've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and >> this is an editorial by the president and general manager. >> any person may apply for the city of boston job but must be a resident. the requirement is on the city website. application is loose at best which has mayor walsh making another set of proposal to compel residencey. it acknowledges the long time application of these procedures has provided so many loopholes and carveouts and grandfather clauses which was a strong suggestion than an actual requirement. boston's population is stationary at the 600,000 level. the pool of applicants for city jobs has thus greatly diminished while the skill requirements ha
ABC
Jan 16, 2016 5:00pm EST
maintaining peace and stability in relations with china but emphasized that taiwan' s international space must be respected. reid: more support for new guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. 36 attorney' s general from across the country, including massachusetts ag maura healey cdc to adopt the guidelines. the national association of attorney' s general says the guidance will help doctors and other health care workers balance the potential harms and benefits of opioid use. pam: the jaws of life had to be used to rescue two people from a crash on cape cod. sandwich firefighters posting this picture of the crash on route 6-a overnight. they say both drivers were trapped when they arrived. both were taken to south shore hospital with serious injuries. pam: waltham police searching for a bank robbery suspect, the armed thief caught on camera. it happened at the td bank on second avenue yesterday. the suspect dressed in a black hoody, black ski mask, and dark sunglasses. police believe the weapon was a semi-automatic handgun. anyone with information is asked to call waltham polic
ABC
Jan 4, 2016 5:00pm EST
pounding on 2016's first day of trading. >> the blood bath that began in china continued here in the u.s. with triple digit losses. the dow finishing the day with a 276-point loss. the nasdaq getting hammered losing 104 points. with a big selloff in china that got most of the blame along with new concerns about a rapid flare up in tensions between saudi arabia and iran. at one point the dow was close to a 400-point loss today, but it clawed its way back up. worried about china's economic slow down are expected to continue to earn -- to concern wall street for awhile. phil: the girlfriend of james whitey bulger, catherine greig jcjk kelley tut her is -- jc: kelley tuthill spoke with her sister? reporter: they are pressing the attorneys whether or not this will go to trial or whether there will be a plea in the case. the big question is what impact will this have on the 64-year-old's sentence. catherine greig was not in court for today's hearing. he is serving an eight-year prison sentence for conspiracy to harbor a fiewj -- fugitive and identity fraud. the contempt charge comes becaus
ABC
Sep 7, 2016 5:00pm EDT
just steps away from the arena. it appears the student from china was walking along the right-of-way when he came into contact with an commuter train. contrary to popular belief police say you don't hear trains approaching until it's literally too late. >> we try to tell the public this often and as loudly as we can, this is something that is very, very dangerous. >> police believe tinge near of the train that hit the student had no knowledge of the accident. 38 passengers on the next underbound train ordered to remain on-board for roughly three hours. until police could wrap up highlights investigation. investigations, that they are going to be inconvenienced but it's our job to minimize the inconvenience as much as possible. >> and just how fast that commuter train was moving and which specific train it was still being investigated by police. live in boston, wcvb, newscenter 5. >> the fate of a body camera program for the boston police department is now in the hands of a judge the patrolman union's wants to delay the pilot program citing a number of issues including a actually put
ABC
Sep 4, 2016 5:00pm EDT
are expected to continue tomorrow. the summit is the president's last official visit to china as president. reid: back here at home, the first day of college quickly approaching, and students are inspection services is conducting checks to ensure that all housing is up to code. they're also reaching out to new students to familiarize them with city services available. >> it is our hope that after being students are, they choose to stay here and be part of boston. we are here to help them. the more information we get, the more we can do corrective action for clean and safe housing for all of our students and all of our residents as well. reid: the city has partnered with universities and landlords to stagger startes alleviating the strain as tens of thousands of students move in. the move-in period now lasts for about three weeks, rather than 3 days. jc: all right we won't be seeing , tom brady in person at gillette stadium for a while. but you can't miss his face if you head to foxboro. josh brogadir is here to explain. josh? josh: -- josh: jc, the brady tribute is adorning the l
ABC
Nov 30, 2015 5:00pm EST
greater role after a hostage was killed by isis. >> i look forward to discussing how china can play a greater role in addressing this crisis. especially supporting a and assisting on the humanitarian needs. >> at the same time china's president is discussing climate change beijing is issuing the highest smog alert. pollution is 25 times higher than what is considered safe. heather:look at this. this is melting ice sheets in the north pole. in the recent years the arctic caps and the glaciers have been retrieving. the u.n environment program says global warming was almost certainly responsible for the decrease in the thickness of arctic sea ice. around here it is feeling pretty chilly. >> you know, if you hadn't broken out the winter jacket it is safe to say most people have now. >> you needed it for today. the good news is we will warm up a little more. with that warm up comes some rain. >> we are down over nine inches for the year. i want to show you that it is a couple of areas of low pressure i am watching and i will be tracking these showers as they get closer to our neighborhood.
ABC
Jan 6, 2016 5:00pm EST
. >> my guess is that the administration is trying to get in touch with china because china is the only ally that the north koreans have left. >> as we remember those sniffer planes, it could take weeks or months to get the results. wcvb, newscenter 5. >> trapped inside the fire talks about his experience. >> >> a very close call for those three men, the vet of iraq served two tours over in iraq, he says in this case he followed his instincts. >> this was a nightmare fire, a smoky basement so full of stuff there was no place to go. d.j. would tell a friend, i thought i was going to die. >> basically the bottom of the stairs, he had nowhere to move. couldn't move left or right or forward. >> he helped the others out but the man was stuck behind. >> they were working their way in that direction. they were crawling over, you know, articles that were on the floor and stuff like that. one guy actually had to bail out the >> shortly after that you hear the mayday. i heard him break a lower payne of the window. >> gregory gene was busting out windows when he saw a trapped brother. >> i se
ABC
Nov 18, 2016 5:00pm EST
for the asia-pacific trade summit, which opens tomorrow. leaders from russia, china and japan will be among the others attending. other big news from peru, police there have pulled off the biggest counterfeit bust in the country's fake american dollars. they also grabbed about 50,000 fake euros. peruvian police worked with the secret service on operation sunset. they arrested 47 peruvians and 2 ecuadorians. >> tonight we are hearing the terrifying 911 call a maryland woman made after she was attacked by a black bear. >> and they're just attacked me. i'm lying in the driveway. >> the 63-year-old suffered a broken arm and bite wounds to the head and torso, but she is expected to be ok. police say she was walking in the driveway of her daughter's home in frederick when the attack happen. they believe the woman may have gotten between the bear and her cubs. she played dead until the bear left. that bear was later euthanized under a policy mandating death for bears that attack people. federal investigators say the barrier for the gorilla exhibit at the cincinnati zoo failed to meet safety
ABC
Jan 19, 2016 5:00pm EST
strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... r ...and spoke out on women's rights... r ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. t the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit r until eight million children got health care. ti've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and j.c.: in your health tonight -- preventing and treating hiv. the medical community has made great strides, but new research finds young people at risk may whether parents like it or not, nearly half of their teenagers are sexually active which means they are at risk of hiv and today, troubling findings from a new cdc study shows less than one in four sexually active students have ever been tested by this virus. researchers found among high schoolers who have sex with more than one person in the past three months, only 24% were tested for hiv. among those who had sexual intercourse with more than four people, the rate was only slightly high
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 5:00pm EDT
to say china, russia, the united states, everybody shares concerns. ed: this test will likely lead to a push at the united nations for stronger sanctions, though north korea is already one of the most heavily sanctioned countries in the world. ben: all right, ed, thank you. training camp over summer practices over it's time for the patriots to take the field. when it counts -- and there's the suspended tom brady sunday night in arizona. sportscenter 5's josh brogadir is here with how brady has helped his understudy get ready. josh: there's been more made about the jimmy and brady relationship lately than any other story coming from foxboro . master and apprentice, study and understudy, teammates and adversaries. however you slice it, it's jimmy's team beginning sunday night in arizona. >> it's a pleasure to be joined brady. tom brady: great to talk to you. i'm looking forward to another great season. josh: standing gig with jim gray on westwood one's radio broadcasts continued last night, tom brady's suspension notwithstanding. and while we know he won't be on the field sunday nigh
ABC
Sep 14, 2016 5:00pm EDT
your exercise plan. >> they were best friends at a china orphanage. they have been reunited here. >> are you back into your routine? >> not yet. >> most of us are back into the routine. it don't mean we can't switch out how we exercise. >> how about rowing or drumming and upside-down yoga. new and creative ideas to perk up your workout. >> when i comes to notevation nothing beats a good beat. it's really taking off. people love it. >> fitness instructor teaches pound. she describes it as a cardio jam class. >> it's a workout unlike any other. there is pilates movements, way at boston's south end. >> 3-2-1. >> here the rowing machines. they are positioned so you have a partner. the machines themselves are different from traditional ones. >> they have water that moves the fly wheel on the inside. it's all you and you're like on the water. your power is driving it yourself. any changes in distance will come from the rower. >>hi for its antigravity yoga classes. >> we're the only licensed antigravity studio in this entire state. >> the idea is to get the benefit of yoga inversions wi
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