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. now, at noon one of massachusetts's most wanted captured and this teenager just faced murder charges. smith was added to t lift last week. >> the 16-year old was arrested just before midnight in connection with the july shooting death in fall river. want to get you out to the courthouse live. >> reporter: smith was 15 years old at the time of the this crime. he is now 16 years old and charged with murder after months on the run and being number 1 on fall river's most wanted list. he was just recently added to the
of him in court just a short time ago again 15 years old. he pleaded not guilty to 3 charges including that murder charge. smith, again, has been recently added to the massachusetts state police most wanted list. he was indicted last month and arrested just before midnight last night in connection with the shooting death of 29-year old cowen who was shot outside of his home and later died at in july. police have said they do not believe cowen was the intended target. i can tell you also another teenager was arrested and charge in this case back in july, but again smith just appeared before a judge. he is held without bail and due back in court in december. that's the very latest. . some breaking news to tell
father. the 25-year old lived with his father paul. last night police were called to their home. they found the 59-year old with multiple injuries and he later died at the hospital. anderson is being held without bail. a tentative deal has been reached at harvard university. the university said the settlement with its dining workers came after 1:00 this morning. dining workers are expected to vote on the deal work as early as thursday. . there is new information on the wrong-way crash that took the lives of 5 people. we know the names of the driver and victims killed. >> 4 young men were on there way back to school when they were hit. 2 of the victims have been identified by their families as 20 years odd craig digs and his
19-year old galvin was also killed in that crash. for an entire year he spent 4 days a week volunteering at this fire department where his smiles made a big impact. . >> the flag at the fire department in centerville is lowered to half staff as its members grief the loss of the 19r year of high school. >> folks say that he was a good kid. he was, very respectful, very polite. he had a huge smile that would light up every room. >> police say 31 berson drove the wrong way down 495 hitting this car carrying 4 young men all heading back to college. his cousins digs and fibber were
19-year old son was a student at becker college and loved basketball and life. >> he was a giving person, loving person and i'll miss him. >> he says his son was a blessing. >> he made me happy. he was working to be -- to excel for himself. trying to be the best he could be and that's all i could ever ask. >> their friend also lost his life and the wrong way driver also died changing t so many families in the blink of an eye state police say they're still trying to figure out how and why they were driving on the wrong side of the highway. . now, to the weather a bit of winter chill in the air. a live look over the city of boston this noon where there are a few clouds outside. >> and danielle, tonight is the going to be the coldest so far this season >> yeah, for many of us we'll dip into the upper 20s to 30s
if you thought this morning was cold it's going to be 5 to 15 degrees colder tomorrow. current we're in the 40s for a lot of us and as you step outside the wind is gusty too. so most of us are seeing temperatures that are 48 in boston, but real feel is in the low 40s and that wind is 15 miles per hour at the airport right now but gusting occasionally higher so that does make it feel colder. 45 in manchester, still only in the up and middle to upper 40s out over the cape and islands as well. fair weather clouds so we don't have to worry about any precipitation today and tonight we dip back into the 30s. in fact cold enough at or below freezing in a lot of suburbs 38 in boston will be the coldest reading so far this season. i think we'll get below 40 tonight. freeze warnings are up in all the areas in blue.
you don't cover up the sensitive vegetation. i'll let you know who could see a little bit of a wintry mix on thursday. not for everybody but a few spots i'll tell you about that coming up in a few. update you on some breaking news there's been a school bus accident kids were on that bus when it crashed on quarry street. police say all of the kids are off the bus safely. the street is closed right now because the crash took down some wires as well. we're working to get you morenf right now. police in nashua new hampshire just corn firmed the body found was jacob gulet. >> crews will been inspecting and securing all sewer covers across the city. they'll replace aluminum covers with stainless steel ones. the 16-year old was walking home from a friend's house when he was swept up in friday's heavy
at durfey high school in fall river this morning. school was placed on lock down yesterday because of a snapchat photo location was stamped at the durfey high school and captioned life at during free. students took that photo to administrators. the price of a home continues to rise in massachusetts, the median price for a single family home was up 3% in september over a year ago. at condo prices jumped too nearly 12% to $355,000 due to new high end condos in boston. . now, to campaign 2016 early voting seems to be popular here in massachusetts. more than 4,000 people casting their ballots in boston yesterday. it's the first time the state has allowed early voting. you can vote ahead of time but they
november 8th. early voting is also underway in 30 other states including florida and that's where hillary clinton and donald trump will be campaigning today. donald trump has been critical of the media coverage so now his campaign has launched a nightly show on facebook it's called trump power live. it will air every night at 6:30 through election day. it debuted last night featuring 2 trump advicers. the campaign denied the show was a preview of p' network. one of the most closely watched raceses in the country and one of the most expensive a battle that could have a major effect on the balance of political power. jon keller has the exclusive details of a new poll on the new hampshire senate race. . >> maggie is going to be a great united states senator for new hampshire. . >> hillary clinton in new hampshire yesterday hoping to lift hassan to a win that could
the senate. but the results of the new wbz amherst poll are a warning to hassan and the democrats not so fast. the survey finds ayotte with a narrow 3 point edge within the polls margin of error but an encouraging sign for ayotte after other recent polls showing hassan with the lead. >> certainly there are many role moved did he say that we have. >> in a debate 3 weeks ago ayotte said donald trump role model a claim she renounced the next day but the wbz amherst poll finds only 19% of voters saying her link with trump makes them less likely to back ayotte with 15% saying it makes them more likely to support her and 64% claiming it makes no difference to them. . >> even voters who are unfavorable about trump are saying, yeah, we're still
it hasn't damaged her that much. >> hassan and ayotte have virtually identical job approval and favor ability ratings and split the women's vote right down the middle but if ayotte's edge holds up 2 weeks from today perhaps this will be a factor, 46% of voters say hassan has run the more negative campaign with only 31% naming ayotte, a possible turn off in a state where positive campaigning is often admired. distinguishing the senate candidates from the major party nominees but that doesn't mean this race isn't having a major impact. tomorrow morning we'll show you how they are reacting to the debates an some of the more explosive stories of this highly charged campaign. . a porch collapse led to a tricky rescue for the fire department. a man was trapped under the concrete floor of a
hundreds of pounds of unstable concrete still hanging. 2 firefighters went down that 10-foot hole to help. the crews then used a rescue rope and a basket to pull him to safety. thankfully he only suffered minor injuries. firefighters say the victim himself called 911 from his cell phone. more to come, tragedy at an amusement mark, 4 people killed on a ride there. >> researchers are finding boys and girls. >> and video you have to see where a man has to chase his driverless car down a highway. >> and find out who the latest
uh, first a o vote when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and
flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. seiu cope is responsible
accident at an amusement park in australia. 4 people have died. a promotional video shows how the ride whips people in rafts along the man made river. it's open to children as young as 2. investigators are not sure what we want wrong. . >> one of the rides had sustained a some sort of malfunction causing 2 people to be ejected from the ride and inside the ride. >> 2 men and 2 women killed were in there 30s and 40s. uber wants to help people stay healthy by offering riders free flu shots today. it's available right now just use your app and request the health option you'll get a free care package and the option to receive the vaccine for up to 5 people. a registered nurse will give you the shot and handle all
jump an average of 22% next year that works out to nearly $300 a month. it's being blamed on insurers raising prices but experts say 85% receive subsidies so they shouldn't notice that price hike. >> anybody need a flu shot? i have the app open right now. >> i'm good. feels like you know weather is coming you need the flu shot. a little bit of a chill in the the real feel is running in the 30s. the next couple of days will be very similar running in the 40s. got the clouds out there decorating the sky this afternoon. definitely more of a november like day as opposed to october. 48 in boston currently. most of us are running the 40s we may gain an additional degree or 2 and that is about it but it's that gusty wind out there out of the
so the real feel is only 34 in worcester, 38 in nashua, low 40s in boston. so definitely kind of a brisk feel today and even been some snow in parts of vermont back up towards the white mountains and back into northern maine and that's what the cold front chilly air coming out of eastern canada. high pressure also building overhead over the next several days. houry between now and 3 p.m. and cruise back into the lower 40s with clear skies through the evening hours and it's going to be cold. you thought this morning was cold, again 5 to 15 degrees colder this morning. i think we'll fall shy of 40 degrees in boston. 29 to 33 in the suburbs. the freeze warnings are up. still a little bit active, the wind but not nearly as strong this afternoon. these are the areas where the
yet. you want to protect it tonight otherwise it's a killing freeze with the temperatures at or below 32 for a few hours in a row tonight. kids definitely want to be bundled up too at the bus stop. 30s out of the gate, 40s for recess, a very similar day overall in terms of the ride home with a few building clouds in the upper 40s that's pretty much where we'll be 48 popular number on the map tomorrow. the won't be as strong as today, still 10 to 20 miles perou breeze. 50 in norwood, 51 in taunton and 50 on the cape. thursday brings change we start with a little bit of sunshine in the morning and then the grounds win out. leading edge of the precipitation. a little bit of a wintry mix perhaps the hilly terrain of worcester county. it looks like most of us will be dealing with a plain old rain event here. there maybe a couple of inches in the terrain
night into early on friday morning. so friday morning's commute if the rain doesn't move out quick enough will be a soggy morning commute. some of us could end up with 1 to 2 inches of rain by the time is rain done friday morning. we've be in the 50s for the upcoming weekend not a wash-out but maybe a couple of showers. well it's the most unusual car chase you may ever see. >> a driver had pulled over on the side of the road in switzerland to speak to a truck driving friend but aapartment never put his car in park. suddenly it began rolling down the highway. you see him running after the car. it hits the guardrail. this is the good news nobody got hurt. >> it was close. those trucks were right behind him. >> i wonder what kind of car that was. >> oh, no.
is setting up shop in america's biggest toy store. the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data.
pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state. join them in voting no on
question two. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. e's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. independence usa pac is responsible
crashed into a house on quarry street several kids have been taken to the hospital with minor injuries we of course will follow this story throughout the day and bring you the very latest at 5:00 tonight. meantime scientists studying autism are finding gender base surprised. >> it's 4 times more common in boys that say manyir show symptoms of you a stitch. although the causes of autism are not known mutations are thought to play a role 1 in 6 children in the u.s. is diagnosed with autism. just in time for the holiday season the america girl doll is coming to toys "r" us. a hundred location also have the
he retailer hopes it will get shoppers off their lap tops appeared into the stores. tonight james cord den goes car pooling again. >> and you known there's a super star next to him. >> thank you so much for helping me get to work. >> yeah. >> i really appreciate it. >> move. >> gaga. . >> okay so s but she she sings and talks about performing that the year's super bowl. >> it airs tonight at 12:37 right after steven colbert. can't wait for that. >> so exciting. danielle is here with our weather watchers. >> in the meantime yes checking in with temperatures that are running in the 40s for most of us right now and 50 says rudy. brisk but refreshing i like his
massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, trapped in a failing school. public
charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. please join me and uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model.
right now sky eye live over the scene, a school bus has hit a house you can see the damage this is on quarry street. several children were on the bus but they were safely taken off the bus. they have been taken to the hospital with minor injuries. we have the chief on the phone with us what are you tell us about what happened? >> the bus was taking students home from school it was involved in a motor v accident. on the corner of quarry and kitter street. it appeared to be full of students but thankfully all the students were -- there were minor injuries we had 4 students transported from the scene to south shore hospital with minor injuries we had one civilian that was involved in the accident, another vehicle was also transported to south shore hospital again with minor injuries. at this point all the students were taken to the sons
that. we'll have much more on this story coming up today at 5:00 thanks for watching. i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. lars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. this is where the oil billionaire koch brothers hosted
a fundraiser for kelly ayotte... this is where ayotte voted with the koch brothers 90% of the time. ayotte's campaigns collected millions from corporate interests. and voted for them,
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