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year-old woman was tied up and threatened. the woman was targeted. this was not a random attack. the suspects fled in her black cadillac seville. and police have recovered the car but not the suspects. scary moments for a convenience store clerk. robbers armed with pistols rush in. and one robber fired off a shot. >> police were able to catch up with the two teens and they both facing charges. bill shields is live in hyannis. >> reporter: sadly it's not unusual to hear about a convenience store being robbed. but it's unusual to hear that they pulled a gun. the robber pulled a gun and fired a round right in back of the clerk. >> it is a little scary. that's a different element. >> reporter: if police say it was scary. imagine you're this clerk.
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halloween prank. then the suspect fired and the clerk opened the cash drawer. >> i just gave him the money. >> this guy had just gone on break. >> and he recognized the guy with the gun. >> i think he used to work some other place and he had seen him there. >> the clerk recognized knew him as cody. and the next day a sharp eyed cop saw a guy he knew as cody. >> they picked him un-and patted the other guys down. and it was on one of the juveniles, another friend of his that was not involved in the robbery. >> reporter: the juvenile who was with them and had the gun
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round just 2 feet in back of the clerk. >> these are both 19-year-olds that are doing this. >> reporter: and you can't help but wonder about cody martin who allegedly fired the round. he hangs around this part of hyannis. and police know him well and the clerk recognized him and knew his name. reporting live, i'm bill shields, wbz news. two springfield officers are recovering after they were car. the officers were trying to stop the car wanted in connection to a shooting in connecticut. the two officers were hospitalized and not seriously hurt. and the chase ended when the suspect slammed into a building. one suspect ran off. the driver and a second passenger are in custody. and a new bedford police officer is in serious condition after a dirt bike ran him over. nine people were arrested.
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vehicles through the city and on sidewalks and creating a risk for the children trick or treating. tonight bill cosby's lawyers are trying to keep potentially damaging testimony from a lawsuit out of the sexual assault trial. kenneth craig has the details. >> reporter: bill cosby was back in court tuesday as his lawyers and prosecutors argued over which evidence should be allowed at assault trial. cosby's lawyers tried to suppress the recently unsealed deposition he gave in 2005. under oath, he has admitted he gave pills to former temple university employee andrea -- before a sexual encounter with her. she says she was too drugged to consent. cosby's attorney say the
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charges. otherwise, he never would have testified. she's one of dozens of women who have accused the 79-year- old entertainer of sexual assault over several decades. hers is the only one that's led to criminal charges. and prosecutors will argue to let jurors hear from the 13 other women as they try to establish a pattern of behavior. >> because those witnesses allege drugging and by mr. cosby that would show that he would know that they could not or would not consent if they were under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. >> but cosby's defense says too much time has passed for the women's memories to be reliable. cosby has pleaded not guilty. kenneth craig, cbs news, pennsylvania.
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care is underway. customers are bracing for high premiums. the program needs increased enrollment to keep the costs down, especially by younger, healthier consumers. what would obama care look like under president clinton or president trump? >> fresh off my cameo in the weather center. good to be with you. in the wake of the sharp premium increases that are giving this issue has taken center stage. both candidates have laid out reform plans. and trump made his ideas the centerpiece of his speech. >> our replacement plan includes health savings accounts, a nationwide insurance market where you can purchase across state lines, and letting states manage medicaid dollars. so much better. >> reporter: many people already use health savings
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controversial. and under trump, the widely unpopular mandates and penalties would be gone. and on analysis, trump's proposals would leave up to 25 million people uninsured, boost out of pocket expenses, return insurance denial rates to pre- obama care levels and add a half billion dollars to the federal deficit. so there are some real issues there. >> and many of the issues are what obama care was supposed to address. how would clinton deal with the rising premiums. >> trump wants to decentralize and return power to the states. clinton calls for more and better federal policies. she laid out some of the details during the second presidential debate. >> premiums have gotten too high, prescription drug costs and i've laid out a series of
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to get the costs down. but we've got to get costs down and provide help to small businesses so they can afford to provide health insurance. >> and clinton is offering tax credits and other proposals, including adding a government run insurance option to the mix, a so called public option, to reduce costs. the analysis found her plans would cut spending significantly in the short unclear. and just like trump's plan, the clinton reforms would balloon the federal deficit. both are vague. >> what do we learn about each candidate? >> there's a clear difference in philosophy when it comes to healthcare. trump wants a free market system like what we had before the healthcare law.
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continual presence in administering it and funding it. >> a week to the election and that's a good thing. >> the choice is not a vague one, it's a clear one. polls suggesting the question to legalize recreational marijuana is likely to pass. we'll have a detailed out of how sales of pot would work and how lawmakers can make changes. tonight at 11:00 we'll take a look at the issues and problems that regulators have run into mean for us here. and on election night we have your covered at 7 p.m. on wbz. cbs news is going to focus on the national picture. and we'll bring you updates on the massachusetts vote and join us. at 9:00 check out facebook and www.cbsboston.com for a special
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>> can you believe? seven days? >> i think we all are happy about that. starbucks is going green. >> the story behind the coffee chain's colorful new cups. and avoid the complications of traditional treatment. and a man leading police on a chase makes an unexpected detour. >> the main topic of conversation has been the chilly start to the day. morning. westminster down to 27. warmer air is moving in. and a harbinger of that -- check out the sunset. it's beautiful. and that warmer forecast coming up in a few minutes. every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. toyota working to make car sharing a bit easier.
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francisco that lets users unlock the doors and start the ignition with their smartphones. and toyota plans to create ailette that lets the car buyer rent out the car and use the income to pay off the lease. amazon is launching its black friday deals store. there will be new deals as often as ever five minutes between now and december 22nd. and you won't see too up on the actual black friday. >> already begun, my goodness. no red cups at starbucks yet. but there are green cups. the unity cup is designed to remind people to be kind to one another. the artist used a single line to connect the sketches -- everyone from a coffee farmer
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holiday theme when a solid red cup created controversy with some saying it wasn't christmassy enough. >> 2016, the year of controversy. scary moments for a woman trying to get to the doctor. >> the rescue caught on camera. and a teacher in trouble. a portsmouth high school teacher is out after she videotaped dancing dressed as donald trump to an inappropriate song but did she
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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, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were 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 . interviewer: what would stop you from voting this november? woman 1: working late. man 1: lines -- i hate long lines. woman 2: no babysitter. william f. galvin: for the first time ever we have early voting. if you're registered, you can vote any day between october 24th and november 4th. avoid election day lines -- vote on your schedule. man 1: wow, that helps! william f galvin: early voting is easy voting. interviewer: so what do you think? woman 2: it' a timesaver. i love it. william f. galvin: it's easier than ever for you to vote.
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could affect drivers all along the east coast. the blast cut off a crucial supply line. and gas prices are rising as experts fear a shortage. a police officer in mexico saving an elderly woman from a scary situation. the festivities officer got the -- the santa woman out. officers were tracking the driver of this white car through the streets when the man pulled into the burger king drive through. and then he drove to a home where officers took him into custody. and doctors in turkey saving a cat who got trapped between a door and a wall. she did not look good.
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one of the doctors kept the cat. getting caught in the rotating door was the best thing that ever happened to the cat. >> i've been caught in the doors before. >> they are difficult to navigate. >> especially if you have something in your hands. >> the first morning that you might have had frost on the windshield. >> a reminder that the ice scraper needs to be left in the car now. >> most boston hit 34. always tougher to get boston colder than in the suburbs. it's on the water and the heat island effect. around a city is always warmer than outlying areas. on average, the first time we hit freezing in the city is november 4th. and the next opportunity is saturday morning. it would be right on time. if it doesn't happen on saturday morning it would be
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throughout much of the afternoon. meanwhile. a cool corner in new england -- 75 in chicago right now. and cleveland is up around 80 degrees. 84 in st. louis. and brownsville over 90 this afternoon. and there's a huge area of above average temperatures. record setting temperatures. and some of those will start to move in our direction. we'll get a couple of mild days. not much activity going on on the storm front but increasing clouds are moving west. and as the winds turn more southerly and we bring more cloud cover. tonight won't be as cold. everyone stays well above freezing. and if you're looking at the night sky, a crescent moon just after sunset. look to the south and west. the one thing i like about the cold season, venus is bright over the next few months. partly sunny as we start the day. a little bit of morning
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expecting bright skies and a southwesterly breeze, and it will be up in the 60s quite a bit above average. and the pick of the week if you want to get outside, tomorrow will be your day. going for a high of 67 in boston, 68 in norwood and taunton. and nantucket over 60 degrees. a kink in the warm front. and we'll start the day fairly gray as well as cool. and in the afternoon and evening, a surge of air. and that front will stall right in northern massachusetts. northern mass and getting up into new hampshire, most of the day in the 40s and 50s. from the pike and areas southward, we'll be in the 60s to near 70 degrees in the afternoon. also some afternoon and evening rain showers, and on friday, we've got a chilly and blustery day to end out the week. temperatures in the 40s. the weekend looks pretty quiet. an ocean storm tries to develop.
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and spares us from significant rainfall although we'd like to get significant rainfall. right now the weekend will feature the low 50s for highs and 30s at night. and of course, we fall back sunday morning. >> here it comes. >> daylight saving time coming to an end. a new way to help heart disease patients. most of the time doctors use metal blockages. and tonight mallika marshall introduces us -- >> he thought he was doing everything right. active tennis player and healthy eater. >> i remember going up to get the mail. and i couldn't walk. i couldn't walk 20 or 30 feet. >> he had coronary artery disease and underwent bypass surgery. a year ago the symptoms came
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stents. he came to this cath lab. it's called the absorb stent. and unlike the metal stents, the absorb stent made of plastic dissolves in two to three years leaving behind an artery that stays open. >> if it's not caged by metal it might have more natural and better long-term outcomes. >> metal stents can lead to infrom nation and clot formation. the absorb stent may not only avoid the complications but could help the artery grow. >> the arteries are getting bigger and restorative. >> fred was the first patient to receive the absorb stent two months ago. he feels great and hopes to get back to tennis soon.
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a second chance. >> dr. mallika marshall, wbz news. trick or treating at 30,000 feet? >> how one dad made his little girl's halloween dreams come true. did a local teacher cross the line? she was dressed as donald trump in the classroom and started dancing to a song with a lot of bad words. and cell phones captured what happened next. >> and toys for hundreds of kids went up in flames. tonight a loca kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail.
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especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
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joanne: she's no ing me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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so what do you do when you're traveling and not home to go trick or treating. >> one father on a flight came up with a great solution. a passenger on the plane posted these pictures on facebook saying omg, dad of the year just passed ou everyone on the flight so his 3- year-old could trick or treat. and we spoke with stephanie. >> they planned it for a little while once they knew they would be on the flight for halloween. but he was totally humbled. didn't want to be mentioned by name just was doing it because his daughter wanted to trick or treat. >> he didn't want his name out there.
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>> it's important to a 3-year- old. you don't want to say never mind. >> i'm sure she was bummed she'd be on the plane. >> we have much more still ahead. >> the news at 6:00 starts now. a 70-year-old woman the victim of a terrifying crime. three masked men break into a home and police believe she was targeted. a small bottle of liquor is found mixed in with a child's a teacher is videotapeed dancing in a donald trump costume to a song filled with expletives. and toys for hundreds of kids are destroyed in a fire. the news at 6:00 starts now. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, wbz news at 6:00 starts now with breaking news. we have sky eye over the scene of a very serious
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hampshire. this is on route 111 near ermer road. both roads are shut down right now. a lot of damage to the two vehicles. and there are three cars involved overall. we're told there's a medical helicopter responding to the scene. and one of the cars -- emergency crews removed the roof with the jaws of life. route111 closed in both directions. a 70-year-old woman tied up in a terrifying home invasion in sterling. the masked men who broke in threatened her with a knife. and they stole her car and police have recovered it. the violent men are still on the run. thanks for joining us, i'm lisa hughes. >> and i'm david wade.
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to deal with here. >> reporter: they canvas the house. they are searching for the men responsible for holding a 70- year-old woman up at knife point inside her own home. >> they held a knife to her throat, were demanding money and the location of a safe. and there was no safe. >> police say 23 masked men -- three masked men tied her up with duct tape and left with and call police. >> maybe they can trace the car. >> it's very troubling. this doesn't happen in the town of sterling. we live next door to princeton. crime is affecting the small communities in central massachusetts. >> that was chantee lans reporting. a bad crash on route 44

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