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Jan 5, 2016 6:00am EST
flames early this morning in northern china. >>> happening today, boston mayor marty walsh will join president obama in washington as the president lays out his plans for gun control. >> president obama is planning to sidestep congress and issue an executive order. susie steimle is live at city hall plaza with a closer look at the plans. good morning, susie. >> reporter: good morning, chris and kathryn. this is something that president obama said he's wanted to do since the newton shootings took place and that's implement tougher gun regulations in the united states. today, mayor marty walsh will leave boston and head to washington, d.c. to support the president as he does just that. in the first move of his final year, president obama will go tougher to get a hold of guns. critics have been quick to say the restrictions won't stop mass murders. to that, the president responded -- >> this is not going to solve every violent crime in this country. it's not going to prevent every mass shooting. it's not going to keep every gun out of the hands of a criminal. . it will potentially save
CBS
Nov 2, 2015 4:30am EST
from roc . >>> welcome back. 4:43. chipotle is closing restaurants over e. coli and china's new baby policy impacting the stock market. >>> plus, sticker shock as open enrollment gets under way for health plans. jill wagner joins us live from the new york stock exchange with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris and kathryn. obama care enrollment is under way. many have sticker shock. premiums are going up 7.5%, but it could be higher depending on where you live. analysts say market consolidation and rising drug prices are the blame. >>> and chipotle closed all 43 restaurants in washington state and oregon because of an e. coli scare. 22 people have become sick. 17 had eaten at a chipotle in the past few weeks. >>> companies that make diapers, infant formula and strollers are getting a boost in china after the government scrapped the one-child policy. communist leaders announced that married couples can have two children. on the flip side, stocks took a dive for a popular birth control manufacturer. >>> and robo calls could be coming to cell phones. a provision in the
CBS
Nov 9, 2015 4:30am EST
china, he ports fell for a 4th imports dropped 16%. china is the world's second largest economy after the united states and signs that it is slowing down sparked this summer's selloff on wall street. the dow jumped 46 points, the nasdaq rose 19. it has been a choppy year for the markets, a new report out today says wall street bonuses are expected to drop 5-10%, first time since 20111 that compensation for workers in the finance industry is expected to fall. and you might be shocked some electric companies in texas are charging nothing, at least tonight. energy is one of a few utilities not charging tonight. >> yeah, that is interesting. >> you gotta keep everything off during the day, it wouldn't work for us. >> thank you very much, jill. >>> well temperatures feeling more seasonable. >> and up north, crews at stone mountain resort in vermont, already turning on snow machines a lot of skiers and snow boarders would like to see. >> i know. tis the season, happy skiing. >>> what do you have going on behind you. >> it's a tropical depression. >>> tropical depression out near watching so
CBS
Feb 10, 2016 4:30am EST
. day the nikkei dropped 2% china stock markets are closed for thelunar new year. here on wall street stocks finished well for a third day in a row but the losses were not terrible. the dow fell 12 and nasdaq 14. eye wa is-- ikea is recalling two ceiling lamps the plasticclip that holds it could break and it could fall and shattered. over a million sold in the united states and canada. target is moving beyond the labels when it comes to bedding. pillow front collection is meant to appeal to all kids and there's themes like bikes and tropical tree houses and the line is trying to move away from eye themes are matchy matchy. millenial men want to spoil their sweetheart. nerd walletture surveyed thousands of americans and americans celebrating plan to spend about 180 dollars. more than that. 300-- 371 dollars on everything from gifts to meals and more than half of americans think men should pay for the entire bill on valentine's day date. 371 dollars that's a lot of money. is that just me. >> i think that's a lot. that's a really nice dinner if you really wanted to-- that would be a supe
CBS
Nov 30, 2016 6:00am EST
to the week. >>> we have breaking news out of boston. china town flooding streets and causing closures. the break is in the area of 65 washington street. detours and closures are being set up around kneeland and washington. we have a live look at back-up on route 1 south right now. this is from a crash at lynn street. heavy delays at a complete standstill back to the lynnfeld parkway. we have heavy delays in the cape car spun out on the bridge. expect delays in that area. >>> thank you very much. new overnight frustrated passengers stuck at logan airport after their flight was diverted. >>anna meiler is live at logan with the latest from there. >> reporter: kate, there were 167 southwest passengers waiting here for four to four and a half hours overnight trying to get back on their plane that was diverted here to logan airport. southwest tells us the flight from baltimore was unable to heavy fog, so the plane was diverted here. passengers tell us the plane landed around 12:30 this morning and say they waited for hours with no answer from southwesterly passengers say there was
CBS
Oct 19, 2015 5:00am EDT
initiative. >> and growing concerns about china's economic decline. hannah daniel seas live at the new york stock exchange with today's moneywatch. good morning, hannah. >> good morning, chris and kathryn. the lowest point in china since the financial crisis in 2009. the world's second largest economy fell below 7 percent on monday, hurt by trade and pressure to cut interest rates. >>> general motors is recalling more than 4 002015 suvs and cars because the side air bag inflaters could rupture and explode. owners will get notifications from dealers today. >>> michelle obama is unveiling a new phase of her campaign to encourage students to continue their education after high school. better make room.org will be available for students ages 14 to 19 to get information on college exams, filling out financial aid forms and applying to college. >>> "star wars" fans get a first look at the trailer for it will be aired tonight during halftime of monday night football. >>> and the movie posters will show up in theater lobies. and after the trailer is shown, advance tickets will go on sale.
CBS
Feb 18, 2016 5:00am EST
very different answers. >> we will bring back our jobs. we are bringing them back from china. >> reporter: trump's lead in this race reflects his keen eye for can youing edge issues. and while his blunt answers can be crowd pleaseers. >> i give you that commit mean the. >> reporter: other responses like this one to a question about appeal refusal to help the feds hack a terrorist iphone are as vague as can be. >> what do you do as far as changing laws to make tech knowledge. >> tech companies complied with -- comply with the needs of the country. >> we should do whatever we have to do. >> i don't have a magic solution. >> reporter: rubio often prefers to smother questions withspecific solutions. >> how do you deal with cutting costs for students but still maintaining a high wallet of -- high quality education. >> i have a bipartisan ajeaneddate first is alternative acrediting. >> reporter: but like trump rubio sometimes prefers to change the subject. >> you said yesterday you got a candidate who sponsor a bill i supported to solve the immigration problem and he is running awa
CBS
Oct 7, 2016 6:00am EDT
potential witnesses there. about 10 minutes earlier police respond today a stabbing in china town. ems says a man was stabbed on beach street and taken to the hospital with serious injuries. >>> a deadly shooting in roxbury in front of a school bus with kids onboard. >> this morning the gunman is still on the loose. we're live in >> reporter: 3 young elementary school students were onboard that bus when a man was shot to death in the street. boston school officials are bringing in crisis counselors for those students today. in the meantime boston police are pleading go the public to help them find the suspect. crime tape crisscrosses in front of a school bus as police investigate a deadly shooting. boston school officials say 3 young students were onboard when were crying. you had to get them off the bus. >> reporter: police say a fight broke out between self people around 5:30 thursday. a man believed to be in his 20s was shot in the head. he was pronounced dead. police are asking for help finding the killer. >> one shooter who fled and, you know, we need the public to step up. we're
CBS
Sep 8, 2016 4:30am EDT
not revealed the victim's identity pending notification of his parents in china. investigators say the 17 year old apparently walked on to the tracks and was hit tuesday night. an mbta employee found the was held there for three hours. >> preliminary investigation suggests this is a tragic horrendous accident. >> i looked out the window and i saw dozens of police on the train tracks searching with flashlights and we saw a body sprawled out. >> police are still investigating how and why that student got on to the tracks. >>> investigators are going over new video of the hit-and-run in lowell. the driver crashed into a teenager and then sped away. you can see the driver speed into this group of people. two of them jump out of the and the driver runs right into her. it happened on monday. that woman is out of the hospital. police are now looking for a gray or silver sedan with front end damage and a cracked windshield. >>> three firefighters are recould havering after this house fire in hingham. the fires burned through this historic building yesterday. a neighbor tells us she was mov
CBS
Oct 8, 2015 4:30am EDT
of the economy in china. lawmakers in d.c. are considering a proposal to give local workers 16 weeks for paid leave for a serious family or medical issue. that's more than anyone else in the nation. that is paid for by private employers. the city would manage the fund. >>> flying to europe could soon become a lot more affordable. norwegian air plans to offer one-way tickets between the u.s. and europe for $69. the airline would use a new narrow bodied aircraft that would be able to fly into smaller regional airports. they have less expensive landing fees, and that's how they could keep the costs down. the flights could start in 2017. chris, kathryn? >> jill, thank you very much. we'll check in with you in about an hour. >>> public art came to life briefly on the rose kennedy greenway. >> 12 dancers create a human sculpture on the lawn in front of a small crowd of fans. the dancers presented the first of the season, which opens up october 22nd. >>> we need a check of the forecast. yesterday was spectacular. >> yesterday was a great day to do the outdoor forecast. >> yeah, that worked
CBS
Nov 30, 2015 4:30am EST
clear out items and make room for spring collections. >>> minivans could be the next big thing in china. the country lifted the one- child policy. there could be a bigger demand for sufficient and minivans they were front and center this weekend. >>> and now a manicure in a flash. a british company called nails inc. created a new spray-on nail polish. it comes in a can and takes 20 seconds to apply. you could use water to wipe off any polish that gets on your skin and for now, this spray is only available in the u.k., but they plan to launch in the u.s. next year. i think this is the best news ever, in a very long time. bree and kathryn? >> we're busy gals so keeping our hands still long enough to dry polish doesn't happen, jill. >> i have no patience for the manicure. >> none! way too busy for that. >> and your nails look so good and you just get it done and walk out and -- done. >> i know! >>> it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in downtown boston. >> tonight, one more decoration will adorn the city. the tree will be lit between 5:00 and 6:00 this evening. the mayor will help
CBS
Jan 11, 2016 4:30am EST
be in for another rough week on wall street. china main stock market dropped it was concern about china's economy that sparked a massive street. dow dropped another 167 points on friday. that means the dow fell more week. the nasdaq dropped 45 and friday's sell off came despite good news about job growth in the u.s. >>> the famous playboy mansion on the market. and it comes with a roommate. playboy wants about 200 million dollars for the 22,000 square foot estate in l.a. hugh hefner won't need to find a new house. the new owner needs to agree to let him live there until he dies. and there's new alarm clock that wants you to wake up and smell the coffee or breed. it will wake you with delicious scent like espresso or chocolate and it's a backup alarm in case you don't get up aid veil for preorder and cost about $89. >> croissants sound goods. >> but then there's the let down if you don't have any. >> reporter: that's a great point it's disappointing. >> yeah. >> thank very much we will see you in an hour. >> i don't think false advertising you think someone is cooking and nope no o
CBS
Dec 2, 2016 5:00am EST
marlboro to china with a $21 million bailout. by the way, they wound up moving to china anyway. patrick's failed bet wound up costing about $26,000 per job, while the carrier tax breaks amount to roughly $5,400 per job, so on one level trump's indiana celebration is warranted. jobs certainly think so. but in the long run, there's less here than meets the eye. 1,300 carrier workers will still lose their jobs. the company is still swearing allegiance to the economic benefits of outsourcing jobs to foreign countries, and that's $7 million in tax breaks they're getting to ease the pain of keeping workers here. well, that's barely 4% of the golden parachute their former ceo walked off with a few years ago. yes, those 1,100 jobs are with us, so are globalization, automation and corporate greed. the incoming president still has his work cut out for him. talk back to me via e- mail@keller@wbztv.com or use twitter, keller at large. >>> the white house and the pentagon are announcing support to require women to register for the military draft. under the law right now women can volunteer
CBS
Jan 5, 2016 5:00am EST
secretary of state, she negotiated on sanctions on iran and unbelievably got russia and china to sign off on them. i didn't think she could do that. and -- [ laughter ] >> on the docket today, trump heads to new hampshire where many of his republican opponents are also making casic. chris, back to you. >> thank you, bree. >>> 5:10 on your tuesday morning. fears over the world's economy tail spin. yesterday was the first day of trading in the new year. the dow dropped more than 460 points before recovering a little bit. points. we will have a live report from the stock exchange and what investors expect today coming up in 30 minutes. >>> thanks for joining us, it is 5:11 now. up next, tom brady injured. >> what he says about his ankle sprain and getting ready for the playoffs someone and the celtics looking for a win on the road. the play that added fuel to the fire. >>> danielle, good morning. >> good morning, kathryn, good morning, everybody. we have single digit temperature readings. the wind chills below zero now and this hour by hour features a lot of sunshine, but we don't get out of
CBS
Feb 9, 2016 6:00am EST
anywhere between 4 and 7 million jobs because of china. in our country and takes our people's jobs. >> reporter: but cot says the high tariffs trump and others favor ignore the reality of other markets. >> i think china is trying to take our jobs and we're trying to take china's jobs, that's the nature of competition. >> we need to be very careful. >> reporter: says marco rubio and some of the republicans agree. >> do you think that the chinese if they had a 45% tariff imposed on all their imports wouldn't retaliate? of course they would. this would be devastating for our economy. >> reporter: the free trade pact divides the gop with marco rubio, and bush backing it, carly fiorina and ted cruz on the fence and trump opposing it. and for a closer look at the keys in this issue, keller's analysis, you can head to our website, cbsboston.com. >>> younger voters have been vocal of their support for bernie sanders. >> and last night, the democratic candidate was serenaded by students at the a song called "the burn" take a listen. feel the burn feel the heat in our hearts the burn. the bu
CBS
Aug 9, 2016 5:00am EDT
medal in the 10-meter platform event and china took the gold. >>> a disappointing night for the u.s. men's gymnastic team, they finished fifth. the women's gymnastic team will compete in the team championships today. for you this morning, team usa is first with 19 overall medals, five gold, followed by china and then japan. >> thank you for baring with me. i got water, and i'm good to go. >>> a casino fined. >> the rules they are accused of breaking and what they are doing to correct the mistake. >>> mayor marty walsh is under fire for wearing cargo shorts. how is resp >>> good morning, katie run run and -- kathryn. these are the high temperatures across the nation today. the heat is building back to new england, and sizzling weather ahead. that's with my forecast. i will see you in a few >>> mayor marty walsh coming under fire, not for choices. >> let's take a look. the mayor was spotted wearing cargo shorts over the weekend when the street was closed to traffic, and twitter userred started to mock him almost immediately calling them ugly, uncool, but the mayor had plenty of suppor
CBS
Jan 6, 2016 5:00am EST
: the mother 27-year- old yao liu is originally from china and speaks broken english. >> i know it was wrong but she doesn't know. >>-attended 8-month-old in a parking lot is a bad idea all around. >> reporter: weren'tham police say the--wrentham police say the baby was in a many cooper >>y store. they received a 911 call from a woman who heard the baby crying. not attended to crying. >> how old is the baby. >>i don't know 6 months 8 it's tiny. you can get someone out here. >> they are on their way. >> reporter: the baby was checked out at norwood hospital and is fine. the mother who lives in east providence received a summons for court for neglect and spacech the department of children and families has been notified. >> thank very much. >>> a new hampshire woman says she was forced to fire at a man trying to rob her. the 65-year-old manchester grandmother was on her way home from work monday when she noticed she was being followed. the car stayed behind her all the way to her apartment complex. when she started to walk to her door she says a man snuck up from behind and tried to grab
CBS
Jan 7, 2016 5:00am EST
day on wall street. earlier today china stock market halted trading for a second time in three days. this time stocks plunged at 7% after just half oop hour triggering an automatic circuit break he or stop trading. the big concern is china's economy is slowing down which is the second largest in the world. now good news about the u.s. economy. job growth surged in december private companies added 257,000 jobs that's way more than expected. and before batman and superman battle it out at the box office, they are headed to the breakfast table. general mills is rolling out superman and batman cereals. soup heman are shaped like a s shield taste like cameel crunch and batman shaped like a bat with a chocolate strawberry flavor. they officially debut at comic con festival in new orleans this weekend. and from cereal to coffee. check out the smart mug. it is debuting at the consumer electronics show in vegas called ember promising to keep your coffee at the perfect temperature for two hours and a rechargeable battery lets you adjust the temp and the cost is about $130. but i say well wort
CBS
Feb 18, 2016 6:00am EST
bringing them back from china. >> reporter: trump's lead in this race reflects his keen eye for cutting edge issues and while his blunt answers can be crowd pleaseers. >> i will give that commitment. >> reporter: other responses like this to a question about aapproximately's refusal to help the fed hack a terrorist iphone are as vague as can be. >> what do you do as far as changing laws to make tech knowledge. >> or deal with the situation. >> tech companies comply with the needs of the government. >> we should force them to do that and do what whatever we have to do. >> i don't have a magic solution. >> reporter: by contrast rubio prefers to smother questions with specific solutions. >> how do you deal with cutting costs for students but still maintaining high quality of education. >> i have a bipartisan agenda comprises four things. rubio sometimes prefers to change the subject. >> you said yesterday you got a candidate who sponsored a bill i supported to covelet immigration problem and he is running away from it as fast as he can. >> but president obama has no standing to tal
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Dec 28, 2015 5:00am EST
rains there could be landslides. more than 1200 acres have been scorched. >>> china ends longstanding controversial one child policy, lawmakers approved legislation yesterday, the one child policy was put in place in the 1970s, it eased in recent years, new vote dismantled it entirely, in response to the country's aging population. >>> researchers say they may have a new weapon fight against cancer, molecular biologists found a new gene, the gene is responsible for maintaining the proper amount of chromosomes when the gene is inactive the chromosome can become unstable which is a defeat your found in cancer cell. >>> good news of a child after national center for health statistics reports, researchers find that only groups of children whose asthma numbers are increasing are children living in poverty. >>> 5:51, "star wars," "the force awakens" continues to shatter records in the box office hitting another milestone, already earned more than a billion dollars world wide, that is faster than any movie in history, it took just 12 days for the film to hit that billion dollars
CBS
Sep 4, 2016 5:00am EDT
in the state department. >>> pr china's president to give their signed versions of the climate issues. china and the us are the biggest emitters of emissions. expected today to see the canonization of mother teresa. look at that crowd. hello! it's our new intern, bart's first week here at td bank, he's a robot from one of those other banks. we're training him to bank human. i am banking assistance & registration technology. wait, wait, wait. but you can call me, banking assistance & registration technology. hi amy. thank you. thank you. that is not protocol manager jenna. that's ok bart, it is here. like having the longest hours of any bank. don't just bank. bank human. ? ? with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning. nutella - spread the happy! >>> live from the channel for studios in boston. this is wbz news this morning. i am here along with barry burbank. we told him he should try a cup of coffee. >> i am not going for the copy. >> i thought it might help. >> i will stick with green tea out there. >> that is good for you. >>> there
CBS
Jan 7, 2016 6:00am EST
bracing for another tough day on wall street after the china stock market halted trading. after stocks plunged 7% in just 30 minutes. the big concern is that china's economy the second largest in the world, is starting to show signs of slowing down. >>> new years resolutions are all about jump-starting your career. >> this morning, we have the best career resolutions but this is based on your age. so, listen up. if you are in your 30s, here's recommendations. set a strategicic goal -- strategic goal that you can hit in 3 months improving work quality and productivity. kick it up a notch. also taking advantage of any doors that open for you. find a mentor and learn more about how they got to where they are. and finally get your finances in line and start saving for retirement. >> and if you are in your 40s. your career and figure out where you want to go. you might want to get a mentor to help you take the next leap maybe into management or leadership role or become a mentor and share your insight with someone less experienced. finally, make sure you're keeping up with the ever changing
CBS
Dec 21, 2015 5:00am EST
jurassic world which brought in $525 million but dinosaurs had the added benefit of china. "star wars" won't open up in china until january 9th. >>> switching gears, 551, time for daily talker -- 5:51, time for daily talker. >> it was painful to watch as the host made a terrible mistake, robi is here with more. >> steve harvey maybe one of the funniest people in the world but what happen last night was no laughing matter, his job is to call up the two finalists and announce the winner and the first runner upment well he got them mixed up. the two final contestants were philippines, she cried tears of joy, her fellow columbians waived flags, she crowned and took the victory walk, the whole deal. her moment in the spotlight didn't last long. >> i have to apologize. the first runner up is columbia. ms. universe 2015 is philippines. >> now miss philippines was unis ited, the audience was shocked, poor miss columbia didn't know what to do, she had to give up the crown. the show ended with steve harvey saying it was his mistake, the information he was given was correct, he accidentally anno
CBS
Oct 20, 2016 4:30am EDT
topic. >> russia, china are or anybody else she has no idea. >> reporter: it didn't take long for these 2 to mix it up crashing sharply. >> look, from everythg >> well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet. it's pretty clear you won't admit. >> no, you're the puppet. >> they have engage in cyber attacks against the united states of america. >> and things started to get personal when the debate turned to who's got the right experience. >> you have experience over me but it's bad experience because what you've done has turned out badly. in a position to help and make it impossible for me to do that, i wouldn't mind, the problem is you talk but don't get anything done. >> on the day when i was in the situation room monitoring the raid that brought bin ladder he be to juts -- what i've done for this country every way that i could. >> reporter: for the most part trump kept his cool and made his points. . >> she got these people to step forward if it wasn't they get their ten minutes of fame, but they were all totally -- it was all fiction, it was lies and fiction. >> donald thinks
CBS
Dec 15, 2015 4:30am EST
. >>> and people in china are so desperate to get a breath of fresh air that they are willing to pay for it. sales of vitality air canistered clean canada air are spiking, they are cost 60 bucks each, beijing issued their first pollution red alert last week. >> i'm sick of the dogs, our office is contaminated, i feel like i need to get kathryn some fresh air so they can breath. >> fresh canada air solves everything. >> we are not that far from canada. >> that is true. >> thank you very much, jill. it is just damp, dreary but very mild, you would not think december, i mean we've been saying this over and over again, not the greatest day. >> just ten days. >> i know, i know, it doesn't feel like christmas. by the way, speaking of fresh canadian air we are going to get a batch tomorrow. >> i am going to open the windows in the office. >> yes, it is going to feel cooler by tomorrow. >>> it's been remarkably warm for this time of the year, look at temperatures, it is 60 degrees in wooster, we just jumped to 59 in boston, high of 61 a couple hours ago. 69 record warm in providence, right? so when
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Nov 3, 2015 4:30am EST
will be in atlanta and the other in china. this will happen as early as 2019. the "new york times" says visitors will arrive in the recreation of the fictional district 12. there will be costumed characters and real live versions of the hobb black market. >> there will be a lot of catnesses walking around. >> as long as it doesn't turn into a real hunger games pool. >> that would be a whole other story. equally news worthy, though. >> we need to figure out how many shopping days we have exactly. >> in full disclosure, this one cranking the holiday music yesterday. you were blasting it. i was like, oh, my gosh, it's days after halloween and you have it already going. >> i have to wait until after thanksgiving. that's my rule. >> me, too. >>> do you recognize that picture? >> i recognize it. i posted that on twitter >> beautiful. we had fantastic sunset serous clouds adding decorations to the skies. temperatures this morning are a little cooler. 41 in boston and lawrence. only 36 in fitch. manchester's at 40, but jeffrey is 33 degrees this morning. orange sitting right at the freezi
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Jan 15, 2016 4:30am EST
stop the sell off just are not working. it's worry about china's into a free fall. yesterday a rebound. the dow jones 220 points. here's the not so sweet news. the world could be heading for a chocolate shortage. demand is up especially in asia and cocoa growers are struggling to meet it. production is down because of pathors like rough weather and diseased crops. the wall street journal says prices for cocoa jumped nearly 40% in just 3 years. and there's something new on the menu at shake shack they debuted the first ever chicken sandwich at most locations across the country. the chicken shack is a crispy 100% all natural and antibiotic free patty and lettuce pickles tomatoes and mayo. >> hold the pickles and i would eat it. >> reporter: they rang the opening bell and were giving out chicken sandwiches and my producer and i were running around trying and begging for quickly. >> all right. jill. >> reporter: don't forget us. good luck next time. see you in about an hour. >> i feel so bad. >> i know. >> on point. forecast on this friday. friday. >> good to see you guys too. and happy fr
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Jan 12, 2016 4:30am EST
wireless and tv services, summer. china's group is buying the film company legendary entertainment for $3.5 billion, legendary behind films like jurassic world, the hang over, bat man. and this is the first time a studio came under chinese ownership. >>> soon your car will know how much sleep you've had and adjust accordingly. ford is creating technology that syncs with your smart watch in all the sleep and health data, if you're tired and stressed the car will adjust to safety settings, the cruise control would lead distance between cars which would give a tired driver more i think my car would say, don't bother getting behind the wheel, you're too tired. >>> so true, right? we're always tired. >> no matter what. doesn't matter how much sleep you get you always feel tired when you first wake up. >>> thank you very much. >>> we've got weather to talk about some big changes on the way. yeah. snow we're talking snow danielle. >> quiet start for this morning but snow for the evening. today we're getting off on a quiet start, it is the evening that will see the big impact. temperatures
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Feb 1, 2016 4:30am EST
columbia road. we are told police are also looking into an earlier report of a pedestrian hit in china town. police checked out both scenes and we have a crew on the scene gathering information. we will have a live report at 5 for you. >>> we are following breaking news in roxbury. a 3-year-old taken to boston medical center. police tell us the child is a trauma victim but it's unclear how the child got hurt. police first responded to the home on alpine street around 9:40 last night. officers were on the scene throughout the night and we will bring you more as the information comes into the newsroom. >>> an investigation is underway into the social media drug used to save the lives of people who overdose on heroin. the post read in part, i for one get no extra money for giving narcan and the losers are out of the hospital and using again in hours. you use you should lose. the post is taken down but the weymouth fire department and mayor are looking into the issue. weymouth chief telling us the comments posted do not reflect the philosophy or values we department or town. restaurant. a
CBS
Sep 7, 2016 4:30am EDT
china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says for help finding a hit-and-run driver. the victim was hit early monday morning crossing the street near the umass lowell campus. show was taken to the hospital and what been released. umass lowell says she was not a student. police say the suspect who was driving a gray or silver sedan which likely has front end damage. anyone with information is asked to call police. video helped find a person in a crash. the footage shows anthony buchanan hitting the victim and driving off. he face adjudge yesterday. police say he -- faced a judge yesterday. police say he was drunk and speat speeding when he hit the woman. he turned himself in on sunday and he admitted he hit someone and drove off. >>> hingham police are investigating an organized retail theft at an apple store. about a dozen teens rushed the derby street shop and stole 22 phones. th to 12 males with hoods on and some of them fled in white ford taurus with a license plates covered up. police are waiting for
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Nov 7, 2015 5:00am EST
in singapore. the president of china and taiwan are holding a face-to- face meeting. it's the first time the leaders from two of those countries have met since they separated after a bloody civil war in 1949. both sides have said no agreements would be signed at the meeting and they would discuss ways to find peace. >>> president obama is shutting down the keystone oil pipeline project ending a seven-year political saga. controversial proposal saying it would not lower gas prices, add long-term u.s. jobs or make the u.s.a. a greener country 67 the project would have moved canadian crude to refineries on the gulf coast. the white house says the project would have undercut efforts by the administration for a global climate change deal. >>> serena williams has been celebrated as a crime fighter. now police want her to file a report with them. she chased after a man who grabbed her cell phone while she was dining at a san francisco restaurant. video shows her confronting the man on the street. san francisco police say they would like williams to report the theft so they can find out if
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Aug 17, 2016 6:00am EDT
. u.s. still with the commanding lead. we have 84 medals overall including 28 gold and china is in second with great britain >>> a breakthrough if you love to travel. scientists at stan food believe they have a cure for jet lag. the night before a flight study participants were subjected to short flashes of white light while they slept. that's advanced the internal clock by an average of two hours. now they are working to develop a mask that would do the same thing outside the lab. chris is flashing his. >> white light at you. >> from your phone. we have been been doing along. >> man. >>> it's 6:26. lots more coming up in the next half-hour including the primary win for a politically active family. >> and donald trump announcing a shake up to his campaign. >> and coming up a push to keep airline cans layings and delays to a minimum. massachusetts senator digging into the history of more than a ? do you love me? ? with hood sour cream, you can love every scoop, every delicious bite, and every way hood has brought everyone to the table (wolves howling) when heartburn comes creeping u
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Aug 19, 2016 5:00am EDT
digits and we have 100 medal china is stale distant second followed by great britain. >>> coming up, extreme drought here in the bay state. >> the governor now asking boston residents for their help in dealing with the crisis. >> plus a. fun friday for the whole family. the night out at the museum for >> i am live by the charles river by the hat shell to take part in what is the red bull flew tag a free event opened to the public tomorrow. it will be beautiful weather for it. we will talk about that and your weekend forecast when we i'm hall of famer jerry west and my life is basketball. but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years a latest generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto? significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k and at least six blood clotting factors. xarelto? is selective targeting one critical factor of your body's natural clotting functi
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Nov 15, 2016 5:00am EST
china, if you'redriving to the americans will drive a mile or more by the vegas the top destination. >> and mcdonalds making it the mc rib sandwich to find the mysterious item they are offering a mcrib finder app and share that with friends. >> i have a question do we want to find a mc rib? mcrib, apparently it has a following. apparently people absolutely go crazy for it so some do. >> okay! >> thank you very much jill, appreciate it. >>> we need to get a lobster roll finder for up here in new england. absolutely. coming up parents be aware the worse toys this holiday season. >> plus a closer look how much people in massachusetts will spend on gifts and the city country. >>> and concerns gronk may have to sit out the next game against the 49ers the conflicting reports of the ? we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter. roller derby. ? now give up half of 'em. do i have to? this is a tough financial choice we could face when we retire. but, if we start saving even just 1% more of our annual income... we could keep doing
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Aug 16, 2016 6:00am EDT
75 medals overall including 26 gold. china is in second place followed by great britain. >>> today maybe -- today maybe the last time you can see the final five compete. but members of the team are going to be coming to boston this fall. members of the 2016 and 2012 olympics gymnastic teams are going to be taking the show on the road. alley raisman will be joined by simone biles and g in washington state. the tour will wrap up here in boston with two shows at the td garden. tickets are now on sale. >> see them on tv and live in person. >> she even caught herself on the balance beam. >> still took bronze with the mistake. >> that's incredible. >>> lots more still to come in the next half hour. including an update on the. is admitting the mistake after an 86-year-old grandmother was locked in a closed dialysis center. >> four things you might want to know as you head out the door when i look for solutions, i don't start in washington, and i don't assume one party has all the answers. you know where i find common-sense ideas? right here in new hampshire... where i'm fighting for the g
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Jan 15, 2016 5:00am EST
about china's economy fall. yesterday a rebound dow jones 227 points and nasdaq up 89 and it could be short-lived futures pointing to a lower open today. here's the not so sweet news. world could be headed for a chocolate shortage. demands up especially in asia cocoa growers are struggling to meet it. production is down because of rough weather and diseased crop. wall street journal says cocoa prices have jumped 40%. in just three years. and there's something new on the menu at shake shack day biewrg the chicken sandwich. it is a crispy 100 all natural lettuce pickles and buttermilk herb mayo cost less than 7 bucks. chris and kathryn. >> looks so good. >> we have been talking about food all morning. >> and we are all hungry. >> we are all hungry. >> when i see that. i am like okay yes i will have it now. >> pick the pickles off. >> i like pickles. >> reporter: i love pickles you can send me your extra pickles nile send you the extra pickle. see you tomorrow-- i mean monday morning it's the weekend have a good one. >>> coming up we have a check of the traffic and weather together. and
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Dec 21, 2015 6:00am EST
landslide in china. 149 people have been rescued, 91 are still missing. chinese officials says the source of the landslide was a man made pile of earth that collapsed. >>> a thick layer of smog covering the country's capital, beijing officials issued a red alert, officials insist they did so just as a precaution. >>> you can't even see. unbelievable. >>> it is 6:48 right now, coming up, the change that could becoming to happy meals, kids and adults maybe want to try, too. >>> which have more breaking news, belgium authorities have detained five people this morning after two days of raids related to the paris attacks, of course stay with us on wbz for the latest on that. >>> bringing christmas to those who need the most, thousands of homeless kids and families got a holiday to remember. have a turkey dinner and enjoy day. one man brought his 7 month old >> this is our first christmas so i want to make sure that she enjoy the day. i was agreeing up so i want to make sure she has everything agreeing up. >> this is the 27th year for the event run in entirely by volunteers, they'll prov
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Feb 26, 2016 5:00am EST
treatment thanks to fed ex. family of 2-year-old brooklyn ferris adopted her from china knowing she would die without a liver transplant. the family got a call saying a liver was available if they could get the child from tennessee to chicago in time. but bad storms this week made that almost impossible. until fed ex found a spot for her on a cargo plane. >> she calls me back and says be at the airport in 30 minutes. and fed ex rerouted a plane got pilots and the fact the world is blessed with more brooklyn we win. >> what a story right. help and she was due out of surgery last night and her family is asking for continued prayers and urges everyone to support transplant charities. i just -- that's inhe credible. >> i love stories -- incredible. >> i love stories like that. >> how good humans can be. robots are not replacing humans in one job. >> and weight watchers may have an oprah problem. jill wagner joins us live with today's money watch. good morning to you happy friday. >> reporter: happy friday. good morning. chris and kathryn finance leaders are converging in china for the b
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Oct 7, 2016 5:00am EDT
today a stabbing in china town. ems says a man was stabbed on beach treat and taken to the hospital with serious injuries. >>> a crash and one person killed when a car ran off the road on 495 south crashed and burst into flames. police say the driver was trapped inside the vehicle. >>> a deadly shooting in roxbury in front of a school bus with still on the loose. we're live in roxbury this morning with the latest. >> reporter: 3 young elementary school students were onboard that bus when a man was shot to death in the street. officials are bringing in crisis counselors today and in the meantime pleading with the public to help them find t suspect. police investigate a deadly shooting on deerborn street. 3 young students were onboard when bullets went flying through the air. >> they were crying. they had to get them off the bus. >> reporter: police say a fight broke out between several people around 5:30 on thursday. a man was shot in the head and was pronounced dead. police are now asking for help finding the to step up. we're going to be looking at all the cameras in the area. >> t
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Aug 21, 2016 5:00am EDT
allison felix. shocked no one passed him. >>> and in the pool, a bronze in the 10-meter platform. china won the gold. >>> the u.s. women's basketball team won the gold. we'll have much more on that game coming up in our next half hour. >>> still to come, we will show you how some are starting to clean up in the after math the louisiana flooding. >>> it looks like a thrust of moist air today and an axis coming to the area. that's where we could have a few showers stood. a couple of isolated renegade showers, but the rest of us shouldn't have any rain today. there could be rain tonight. i will tell you about that coming up. and why is the hot sticky weather of august called the on the full moon or the paw shaped tropical clouds we have this time of the year, or really none of the above? i'll have the answer in my forecast coming up in a few. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling,
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Aug 13, 2016 6:00am EDT
tonight. >> the u.s. has 20 gold medals -- bronze. china is in specked place second place followed by great britain. >>> a surprise encounter with wildlife. the face off that has some people fascinated and others freaked out in quincy. >> first smoke them if you have them. a potentially world record setting cigar. >> as we head to break could it be your lucky day? do you feel lucky. here's a look at your winng lottery numbers. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from setts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. >>> welcome back. there's a new record for the longest hand rold this is almost 300 feet long. it was created over the last two weeks in cuba and finished just in time for fidel castro's
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Feb 11, 2016 4:30am EST
morning. fed chair told lawmakers that weakness in the global economy particularly china could slow the feds man to raise interest rates this year as planned but she ruled out cutting rates any time soon. that sparked a afternoon sell off. nasdaq gained 14. for months we have been robert profits and finally those savings are trickeling down to passengers. the department of transportation says domestic airfares are at the lowest point since 2010 with the average round trip costing 372 dollars. and here's plan to make sure airlines don't squeeze anymore people into coach. a tennessee congressman introduced a bill that asked the faa to put an oligs -- official limit on how far they can shrink seats because there are health issues at play. burger king is adding something. hot dogs. the burger change steamed up with oscar mayer to produce 100% beef hot dogs. it comes when other chains are adding salads and other options but burger king they tested the items and it was a huge success. >> if you didn't know i give chris a hard time about the way he says hot dogs so for >> reporter: really?
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Jan 14, 2016 4:30am EST
. china's market rebounded. 2016 sell off continues on wall street. dow fell nearly 365 points wednesday. what's called the correction and it's dropped 10% from recent highs. chipotle is the plan to win back customers give away more free food. the stock plunged 40% from last year's highs and sales are also weighed down after e.coli and norovirus outbreaks including one in boston and chipotle will double the amount of free food it gives away to get customers back in the door and the eos lip balm is in the center of a class action lawsuit. some customers had harsh side effects like rashs bleeding and blistering. it's sold in egg shape pods. kim kardashian is one of the brand investors. >> doesn't sound like a good situation with lip balm at all. >> reporter: yeah. >> supposed to be soothing. >> take off the birthday list. >> thanks very much jill. you are remembering 9 months to go. >> you remind us very often. >> that i do. your thursday morning and it's a little chilly we didn't win the power ball and here we are you are welcome a lot of people waking up not so happy in that same boat. >
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Feb 18, 2016 4:30am EST
keller takes a closer look at candidates contrasting styles for answering the questions. from china. >> reporter: trump's lead in the race reflects his keen eye for cutting edge issues and while his blunt answers can be cloupleaseers other responses like this one about apple's refusal to help to hack a iphone is as vague. >> what do you do as far as changing laws to make. >> we will deal with the situation. >> tech companies to comply with the needs of the company. >> we should force them to do it. >> i don't have a magic solution for it today. >> reporter: by contrast rubio often prefers to smoother questions with specific solutions. >> how do you deal with cutting costs for students but still maintaining a high quality of education. >> i have a bipartisan agendathe first is alternative acrediting. >> reporter: but like trump rubio prefers to change the subject. >> you said yesterday you got a candidate who sponsored a bill i supported to covelet running away from it. >> but president obama has no standing. >> donald trump and marco rubio said you are liar. are they lying about tha
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Oct 19, 2015 4:30am EDT
, chris and katherine. china's economy dipped to the lowest point since 2009. the second largest economy in the world fell below 7 percent on monday, hurt by weakening trade and fracture cut interest rates. >>> looking for love on wall street. the parent company of tinder, match.com and okaycupid went public on friday. the company valued the offering at $100 million. match said it generated 888 $888.0 in sales in 2014. >>> first lady michelle obama is unveiling a new phase of her campaign, encouraging students to continue education after high school. bettermakeroom.org will be available for students ages 14 to 19. to get information on college exams, filling out federal financial aid forms and applying to college. >>> and "star wars" fans get their first look at the trailer for the new movie, the fourth awakeens today. the first full trailer will be aired tonight during halftime of monday night football. and movie posters will start showing up in theater lobies. after the trailer is shown, advance tickets will go on sale for episode 7 that opens on december 18th. it's like christ
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Jan 27, 2016 4:30am EST
overall revenue will drop by more than 8% early this year as the economy in china and other international markets continue to struggle.apple stock is trading lower but u.s. markets rallied. dow jones 282 points and nasdaq climbed 49. soon you will head to an atm and be able to keep your debit card in your wallet. jp morgan chase is working on a cash machine that lets you withdraw by using smart phone and let customers cash checks and pay credit card bills and their mortgage. weight watchers shares shot up 20% yesterday after oprah winfrey said she lost 26 pounds oprah joined the board of weight watchers in april and yesterday, she made about 12 1/2 million dollars on paper. must be nice. and finally one airline is giving coach passengers more leg room. jetblue is redesigning the cabins seats will include free wi-fi and roomier and larger tv screens. finally news we like about airlines. >> very true. >> normally we are talking about cramping you in. >> and we are both tall so extra leg room goes a long way. >> and tv to watch sounds good. >> thanks jill. we need a catch of th
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Sep 5, 2016 4:30am EDT
force as world leaders including president obama are meeting in china for the g-20 economic summit. >>> and now to a developing story a framingham state police officer is off the job accused the officer wilter dormaville is facing list of charges including witness intimidation. university placed him on administrative leave. he is banned from campus while the investigation is underway. >>> in-- in had a statement the school-- in a statement the school official says the situation is isolated and there's no ongoing threat. >>> residents in berlin ordered to stay in as police officers searched for this bank robbery suspect. these are surveillance photos he he he -- suspect and police say he robbed a commerce bank a chase and search began sunday what motorcycle believed to be suspect's was spotted in marlborough. he should be considered armed and dangerous. >>> the state's highest court will hear an appeal in the mail bomb killing steveen caruso was found guilty of first degree he murder in the death of sandra berfield in 2000. he insist he is not the person >>> dorchester man facing ch
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Aug 14, 2016 5:00am EDT
. that leads the olympic total. china in second place with 41 medals and grea 30. >>> passengers aboard a boston harbor cruise are shaken up after several shipped hit each other. coming up why officials say a mechanical problem is to blame. and while life in oregon combines worth a tornado. we'll explain how this firenado got started. still to come. >> youp early? well, let's have our coffee together. i like it, i like it, i like it is with the treat you make together. ? 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. ? are you feeling alright, baby? ? >>> a scare in the water the coast guard says across ship ended up hitting two other vessels. new video from of smoke coming from one of the boats. shaken up. paul burton has the report. >> reporter: the ship returned on saturday morning to boston. >> one witness said the regency came in too fast and too hard hitting two other vessels at the pie
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Sep 5, 2016 6:00am EDT
including president obama are meeting in china for the g-20 economic summit. >>> now to a developing story. framingham stat accused of inappropriate conduct. >> nicole jacobs is live in framingham with more. nicole. >> reporter: breana the campus police officer is on eyed straightive -- administrative leave this morning after being arrest and charged. i want to get you to a mug shot. this is wilter dormevil he was charged with opened and gross lewdness and open intimidation. the school was made aware of immediately. it's unclear if the situation involves a student but we do know that the officer is banned from campus while the investigation continues. the school released this statement reading in part, frappingham state university -- framingham state university regards the saiment safety of student faculty and staff as duty that's paramount and we will hold officers conduct to the highest standards. the situation is isolated and there is no ongoing threat to un again, both campus police and local police are investigating. live in framingham nicole jacobs, wwz this morning -- wbz this
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Aug 11, 2016 6:00am EDT
overall medals with 11 gold there, followed by china and japan. >>> a lot more coming up in the next half an hour, including new details in the fight against the zika virus in florida. >>> also ahead, the air force taking new steps to deal with the shortage of fighter pilots. >>> and a thief stealing from a children's charity. the items missing in foxboro, and how you can help police with the investigation. >>> the four things you may want to know as you head out dear fellow citizen, spending time hunting treasures with my daughter is wonderful. because before i'm even ready, she'll be off to college. and though i've planned for it, i may need a loan to help her pay her way there. just like i do for my son. citizens bank student loans as a leader in student lending, we have student loan options that others don't. including better alternatives to federal loans. i can show you how to pay for your own child's way to college. in case you don't find that treasure chest. if you have a question about student loans, ask me. sincerely, michele wright fellow mom and fellow citizen. >>> breakin
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