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wbz news this morning. good morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm miss mckennan. >>and i'm kate merrill. it is wednesday november 2nd. a lot warmer out there. >>it's about 10 to 20ies warmer than yesterday. we're going to be into the 60s by later this afternoon. 51 in boston right now. dew point's in the you were a 40s, a warmer wind direction from the south and it's about 8-mile-per-hour in boston now. 50 in chatham, 45 in keen and manchester as well and there are some clouds in place this morning. they will give way to partial sunshine. your planner goes this way, mild clouds to start, sunrise at 7:19, out of the 40s and 50s we climb to 64 by lunchtime with partial sunshine. it's going to be a wild evening. no weather-related issues, partly cloudy skies, temperatures in
5:35. it's another mild day tomorrow. we'll time out rain. let's get you on the roads, though. >> reporter: good morning daniel. live look at the lanes as you make your way into the city, 95, 24, from route 4 are clear. route 1 and 93 look great. there is a closure on 128 in burlington. the on ramp thank you. breaking overnight police investigating two series crashes first in randolph, a car flipped on 93. a lot of emergency crews on the scene there. they are working to clear the road before the morning communicate. no word yet on injuries. in chelsea o car ended upn its side on spencer avenue just before midnight. we're hearing at least one person was trapped. no word on their condition or what caused the crash. ear following a developing
dead in an apartment building. police believe she died between 5:00 and 7:00 yesterday morning. they're calling the death suspicious. they have identified her but have not released her name. also developing this morning hazmat crews called to a train derail meant. live in westford this morning where residents are being told to stay alert. >> reporter: chris, neighbors were ready to evacuate if locally sun, there were no -- lowell sun there were not any from any cars. you can see where they are derailed off of the tracks. 6 cars derailed around 8:30 last night. the cars were carrying a potentially flammable cleaning material prompting a hazmat response to the area. this was in the area of broadway and graniteville
neighbors received a robo call telling them to prepare to evacuate. crews stabilized the cars and they will be getting the cars back on the tracks morning when there is more light. crews are down there working on them right now. there were no injuries involved in this incident, and the cause of the derail meant is under investigation. reporting live from westford ana miler wbz this morning. police searching for three masked women in a invasion. >>nicole jacobs is live in sterling this morning with the latest. >> reporter: kate, i just checked inside sterling police to find out if there had been any arrests overnight and we're told at this point there is no update in this investigation. the woman was not physically hurt. emotionally shaken, of course, but we're told she was able to free her hands from the duct tape and call police. the big house on the hill is where it happened just after
>>scary to be on your guard all the time. >> reporter: the woman inside, 70 years in her bedroom bound with duct tape. >>three mails masked up, glossed up, and they were all wearing black clothing. >> reporter: and would slight accent according to the victim. after entering through an unlocked door and staying for no more than 25 minutes. >>they held a knife to her throat, were demanding money and the location of a safe. there was no safe. >> reporter: the trio ransacked $1,000 and this black cadillac. it was later found about 6 miles away, but the suspects gone. >>very unnerving. it's supposed to be a safe neighborhood. >> reporter: the home was targeted police say, though now have help with outside surveillance and state police to find the men. >>nothing's shocking anymore. but you don't get home invasions in the town of sterling. >> reporter: again, we're told no arrests have been made at
take some time to process the entire house because it is so large, but certainly they're hoping anyone with information will come forward. rear life -- we're live in sterling wbz this morning. the family of a woman shot and killed in dorchester says she had just moved to boston. 36-year-old benin timothy and a boy were shot saturday afternoon. her husband came to boston from haiti this morning and they were working to start a new life for her children. >>she was younger than me, stronger than me. now that she's gone how many i going to -- how am i going to raise the kids? >>the association for haitian women in boston has started a go fund me page to pay for funeral costs. the shooting is still under investigation. two friends in the hospital right now with critical injuries. they were hit by a
crosswalk in front of city hall. the chief told us the 67-year-old, ma'am, and 71-year-old man were in from boston visiting friends. the truckdriver stayed on the scene and is not facing charges. investigators say a three-year-old was crushed to death by a vehicle her father was working on. the father was also taken to the hospital. the driver accused of hi lost her license. she hit the boy after the boy darted into the street. she checked on the child then took off. police arrested her not far from the scene. the boy is is expected to recover. gifts meant for families go up in flames. the cape cod military foundation branch in
of the donations meant for this year's san a celebration. >>it's overwhelming, but we'll get it done. these kids will have a party and there'll be 800 kids in that gym on december 11th with horseback rides and ponies and petting zoos and they'll have their christmas. >>cape cod cooperative bank is putting donation boxes in its banks and have set up a fund for iraqi troops have entered mosul, a city under control of islamic state militants. they're prepared for some of the heavy jest fighting yet. now to campaign 2016 with less than a week now until election day, new national polls show that race is tightening. both candidates courting undecide voters.
capped a whirlwind push through florida today firing back against protesters. >>we are going forwards. >> reporter: while trying to keep the focus on rival donald trump. >>he does not respect women. >> reporter: campaigning with former misuniverse in dade county, clinton lashed out him over his treatment of women. >>he has shown us who he is. let us on tuesday >> reporter: the democratic nominee has been targeting female voters as she tries to move past the fbi's renewed investigation into her e-mail scandal. president obama campaigned for clinton in ohio yesterday. >>has she made mistakes? of course. so have i, but she is a fundamentally good and decent person who knows what she's doing and will be an outstanding president. >>hillary is not the victim.
votes trump has been heavily campaigning in traditionally democratic states. >>wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot, you can change your vote to donald trump will make america great again, okay? >> reporter: the trump campaign is now spending $25 million on ad buys in several states. clinton's campaign counters michigan, and unanimous unanimous insisting it's because they have money to burn. henna daniels cbs news. >>governor baker made up his mind he's not voting for anyone for president. >>i said months ago i didn't
hillary clinton had believability issues. >>for months baker has called this year's race discouraging. he says it's the first time since he was old enough to vote he will not vote. we'll have an election special on cbs 38. and you can check out cbs.com and our facebook page bringing you town by town results and instant analysis. it's tuesday november 8th. we'll be up all night and early to bring you the results on zombie apocalypse in boston. how many old tollbooths are already torn down. plus classroom controversy, a teacher off the job this morning after doing a dance in a donald trump costume.
temperatures 49 degrees in clear month academy wooster 50 degrees right now, and that's where barry had a great visit yesterday with 160 of the 7th and 8th graders. their mascot is the cougars. they got a grant last year for the web bug station and they were just one of 16 schools in the world to receive that grant. 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 charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't
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it 2-0 boston. outstanding again last night making 3 saves for the goalie. during a late 6 on 4 power play. 2-1 was the final. for football it's a buy week for the patriots and that usually means it's pretty quiet. that's not the case this week. jamie collins was traded to the browns. check out long, troops lighten the mood locker -- to lighten the mood in the locker room yesterday, he even took questions pretending to be edleman. >>how much do you love playing tom brady. >>we've been friends a long time, that's why he gets me to rock when it matters. you know, i lift it a lot. did i a lot of sit-ups in the park and you can
i do everything. >>excuse me. >>yeah. [ laughter ] >>who the hell are you, man? >>be chris long for a little bit. >>my chin's not big enough. >>he doesn't have a big chin. they call him chindiana jones for a reason. >>there'll be the indians and cubs. the cubbies jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the 1st. then in the 7th, a grand slam to center, just like that it's 7-0 to chicago, and that would do it. they go on to win 9-3. it will come down to game 7 tonight in cleveland. we all know anything can happen in a game 7. that's sports for
still -- over to you, guys. still to come a burglary inside a cape cod convenience store. >>this is john keller, have you seen the new starbucks cup design claiming we are a unified station. what's wrong with that suite but false assertion. good morning, everybody. a mild start temperatures running in the 40s and 50s. 50s for recess and into this afternoon. feeling like the end of september today. we'll time out some rain for tomorrow hour-by-hour when we
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.
in lawrence, a woman found dead outside an apartment building. also developing a freight train derails in westford. residents told to stay on alert. >>live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. welcome back, everybody, i'm kate merrill, and i'm chris mckinnon. it's wednesday november 2nd but it feels like october maybe september. the morning is wilder and the afternoon is going to be warmer as well. 52 in boston now, 50 in worcester, 55 in manchester. and then in the hour you'll notice we'll stay steady then start to rise, 61 by lunchtime and well into the 60s we climb with clouds and sunshine today. once the -- once the sun comes up at
a west-southwest wind today about 5 to 10 miles an hour. a mild evening. 63 with a sunset at 5:35. we'll time out rain hour-by-hour coming up. a live look at the northbound lanes but traffic is still light for 5:30. further south in braintree there's some slow traffic on 12 in trouble. and we have a check of the eastbound lanes on the mass spike, no slow-downs to tell you about, chris. police investigating two serious crashes first in randolph a car flipped on 93. a lot of emergency crews on the scene working right now to clear the road before the commute gets really underway. no word on injuries. in chelsea a car ended up on its side on spencer
hospital. police are investigating what caused the crash. we are also following two developing stories this morning. first in lawrence a woman found dead outside an apartment building on exchange street. police believe she died sometime between 5:00 and 7:00 yesterday, calling her death suspicious. they've identified her but have not released her name. also developing this morning hazmat crews called to a train derail meant near main the lowell sun reporting it was carrying a material that could be flammable. a reverse 911 call went out to residents telling them to be prepared to evacuate. so far no evacuations have been ordered. two teenagers accused of robbing a shop armed with gunned. cody martin demanded cash from a market saturday and
the clerk wasn't hurt. he and lamar pringle was charged, and third teen was also arrested. a crash with a boston firetruck crashing into several parked cars monday morning. five people including four firefighters were injured. we are just six days away from election day and this continues to be a very divisive race. candidates and supports continue to attack each other. >> reporter: good morning. national polls don't mean much in an election that'll be decided by voters in just a handful of swing states, but there are a couple of national polls out showing this race is locked in a dead heat with 6 days to go, and would it really surprise you if that's true? you don't need me to tell me this has been an extremely divisive election.
you're look like you're probably already contemplating a strict no politics policy at thanksgiving, perhaps facebook wouldn't be a bad idea either. that's why i had to laugh when i saw this, a new cup unveiled by starbucks designed, according to the ceo to be a, quote, reminder of our shared values at this divisive time. a tweet from the company explains this illustration is "friends, bar reese at drawn -- baristas drawn in one continuous line." it couldn't far from the truth. we don't all share the same values, not even close. for instance, what values do hillary clinton and donald trump share? love for their family and their country perhaps, a desire for power and a willingness to do what it takes to get it, if those are considered values, but beyond
comes to certain things, like looking out for the needy and defending the homeland we either hang together or we'll hang separately as benjamin franklin put it, but a unified nation here and now? hey starbucks, time to wake up and smell the coffee. talk back to me via e-mail at kellerwbz tv.com or keller at large on twitter. five convicted de macy of disruption. since then he's been diagnosed with throat cancer. his attorney is asking for a compassionate release. the judge says he's worried letting him out early would voe preferential treatment. coming up in money watch new
instagram. also a 70-year-old woman tied up with duct tape, held at knife point and robbed by intruders this morning. police continue to search for them. weather watchers checking in with mild temperatures starting today, and we'll be in the 60s later on. most of us are starting in the 50s, even some 40s, enjoy it if you like this mild stretch is for you. eric in same kathy in worcester, charles in milton sells it's 50, and down to lexington, thanks to all our weather watchers for your reports. we'll time it out with the rain coming up in about
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. what do you do when you and your kids are not home at halloween to trick-or-treater? >>one father on a flight from boston to san francisco with his young daughter came up with the perfect solution. stephanie kaann a passenger on the plane posted these pictures that went viral. she says the dad passed out candy with a note to everyone on three-year-old could go trick-or-treating. >>he said it was something they had planned for a while once they knew they were going to be on the flight for halloween but he was totally humbled. he didn't want to be mentioned by name. he was doing it because his daughter wanted to trick-or-treater. >>in the note the dad said trick-or-treating on the plane would make his daughter's halloween. she was dressed up as a doughnut. >>so cute and she got all the
. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, thanks for joining us i'm kate merrill and i'm chris mckinnon. it's wednesday november 2nd. breaking news at 6:00, some residents waking up to no water. breaking overnight a serious crash on 93 south, the rush inside. and a freight train derails in westford. residents told to be ready to evacuate. big change in the forecast. you can feel it outside this morning. good morning, danielle. >>20 degrees warmer than yesterday. 53 degrees in boston now, 50 in would be a ster, 51 in lawrence. we were in the 20s and 30s this time yesterday. we have scattered