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and 20% need a glass of wine to cope the loss of light. >>a glass or two. nothing more depressing than it getting dark at 4:45. >>but didn't the extra hour feel so good? >>yes, about if you have kids you never get an extra hour. top stories, weather, and traffic ahead here on wbz news. >>the news at 5:00 starts right now. breaking news right now overnight a car pulled from the charles river. breaking news janet reno, the former u.s. attorney general has died. both candidates focusing on battleground states including new hampshire, a closer look at their message to voters. new controversy at harvard, another men's sports team in trouble for objectfying women. this is wbz this morning. >>good morning to you, 5:00.
>>and i'm kate merrill. it is monday november 7th. it is not 6. it is 5:00. so you have an extra hour to head out the door, but bring a coat. >>definitely. we are 10 to 20 degrees colder than yesterday. 37 in boston right now, same in norwood. we are in the 40s on the cape this morning because we have had clouds and winds. we are in the 20s in keene. 29 in springfield. low to and we'll stay that way in the cape and the islands. 20 to 30 miles an hour and there are some ocean breeze affecting that. sunrise, 6:26, bright and cool, 48 by lunchtime. clear and quiet for the ride home. mid 40s with a sunset at 4:30. we're warming up for election day.
roads. >>good morning. a live look at the northbound lanes of the expressway. we have some light traffic as you make your way into the city. further south, route 3 along the south shore up to the split is in perfect condition. 24 and 95 up to 128 look great. we have no issues on 128 in braintree and then the expressway clear top to bottom. we have more good news for your communicate, traffic in both directions in needham. crews spent the weekend demolishing the old highland avenue bridge and they finished ahead of schedule. breaking overnight crews pull a car out of the charles river in cambridge. nobody was in the car when it went into the water. the driver got out after a crash and didn't put the brake on. crews on the ground along with divers helped to get the car out. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney
she died they are morning of complications due to park -- she died early this during of complications due to parkinson's disease. one day until voting for 2016. good news for hillary clinton, the fbi clearing her in the latest e-mail investigation, but donald trump says she's being protected by a rigged system. both candidates hitting the campaign trail order today hopping from state >>and the both -- they're both setting their sights on new hampshire this morning. let's start with nicole jacobs this morning with a closer look at how hillary clinton is trying to some way voters. nicole, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, kate. another twist in this campaign season with the fbi's latest information, but new hampshire always an important state in elections,
now a swing state. >>that's what i expected. >> reporter: her tried and true supporters expected it. >>they threw everything at her they could think of, but they can't keep her back. >> reporter: and now fbi director james comey confirms it. presidential nominee hillary clinton should not face charges. >>there is nothing criminal about hillary. >> reporter: she took the stage in new hampshire sunday introduced kaiser kahn whose son died in iraqi. hillary clinton did not mention the fbi or the e-mails but stayed focused on the election. >>this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. >> reporter: pointing to what she views as the differences between a trump and clinton presidency.
who could put everything at risk. >> reporter: all of which will play out once voters have their say tomorrow. i can also tell you hillary clinton is scheduled to be in pennsylvania, michigan, and north carolina today as she makes the final push to tomorrow. we're live in downtown manchester, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >>donald trump is also focusing on the granite state. he manchester tonight. anna miler is there. >> reporter: one day before voters head to the polls, donald trump is stopping here in new hampshire. >>as donald trump tries to some way voters in the final day before the election, he's slamming the fbi director's decision that hillary clinton should not face criminal
her time at the state department. >>right now she's being protected by a rigged system. >> reporter: his running mate, mike pence, also disagreed with the decision at a rally in north carolina. the final push for votes follows a hectic weekend of campaigning that included the secret service rushing trump off the stage in nevada after a man parked a scuffle in the crowd. on sunday his da rally volunteers in new hampshire. >>any amount of time you're willing to give the campaign is so important. >> reporter: trump will try to build the momentum in new hampshire today. >>hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it, the people know it, and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th.
running mate mike pence will appear here at the southern new hampshire arena at 8 tonight. he's holding a rally in michigan at 11:00 p.m. reporting live, anna miler wbz this morning. according to the boston harold somebody spray painted the words "kill your local trump supporter"on a building. the building belongs to the school of the museum of fine arts. the graffiti was first spotted sunday and has been painted over. former governor bill weld is planning a rally tonight in boston. he is holding the event at 7:00 p.m. weld has acknowledged his party's tough chances of winning and turned his focus to defeating donald trump. new hampshire senate race could have a major impact on the balance of power in the senate.
keep her job. at 5:00 this morning she kicked off a 24-hour campaign event. meanwhile challenger maggie hassan will campaign with president obama at a clinton rally in durham. hassan will also make stops in four communities to thank volunteered and meet with local businesses. a lawsuit challenging massachusetts voter regulation deadline heads to court today. the deadline was 20 days an injunction in the case to allow three residents to vote tomorrow claiming the law disenfranchises voters. wbz news and cbs news have you covered on election night. special live coverage about begin at 7:00 p.m. they'll stay on all night if necessary with the latest on the race for president. at 9:00 you can join
facebook page for a special election webcast. in oklahoma this morning emergency crews assessing the damage from an earthquake. the 5.0 magnitude earth quake damaged buildings in curbing. there are -- cushing. there are certains it may have damaged key infrastructure there. the quake could be felt in iowa, illinois, in oklahoma in the past week. scientists say it could be linked to their disposal of wastewater from gal and oil production. police are searching for a suspect from a shooting. police blocked off parts of ferry street and an apartment building parking lot as they investigated. one witness described what she saw as it all unfolded right in front of her.
out to the street, and that's when he had fallen right there and said to the girlfriend "i can't breathe." >>the victim was pronounced dead at the hospital. police have not released his name. boston police are asking the public for help identifying this vehicle in connection with the death investigation. the car is believed to be a newer model nissan altima in black or dark blue. was spotted last month when a man was found shot in the street. the 20-year-old man from florida died. call police if you recognize the car. two fatal shootings this weekend that appear to be gang related happened this weekend. the first was in dorchester. a man showed up at a hospital with a gunshot wound and later died. investigators believe he was shot on benton road. then a few
shooting in roxbury. the victim was shot and killed while sitting in his car. police say both were likely targeted. a 70-year-old man died after being hit by a truck on apache way last i'm not police have not identified the investment the driver -- last night. police have not identified the victim yet. city constables will now be fingerprinted. the decision comes a month after two officers were shot and domestic call in east boston. kirk figueroa, a constable for the city was the shooter according to police. fingerprinting constables will allow officials to conduct background checks. both injured officers are now recovering. another harvard sports team is accused of introducing sexually explicit reports about female athletes. now the cross country team is accused of
the men's captain reported the situation to the coach. last week harvard suspended the rest of the men's soccer season after discovering a similar report. the men's team was not forthcoming when questioned about the situation. coming up slowing down in summerville. >>the new speed limit taking affect today, what you need to know. and a test run in new york city. a closer look at the newest balloons for the thanksgiving day parade. can you believe it's two and a half weeks ago. >>it fields like fall this morning, even almost winter. we're in the 20s, 30s, and 40s, bright today with a few crowds. bids will -- with a few clouds. around 50 by the end of school, by the way. and speaking school, pamela visited the callahan elementary school this past friday.
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thanksgiving day parade. saturday there was a dress rehearsals. if you've ever thought about volunteering and helping out, there are guidelines. you have to work at macy's be -- or be -- or be sponsored by an employee. >>that's a myself perk -- a nice perk. i wonder how they decide what balloons get brought in. they're always so fun and different. >>do you have to remember that one year barney got injured and deflated. >>a lot of it has to do with the wend. it must be hard to hold them. >>it's windy on the cape this morning. for the rest it's just chilly. >>we're talking about at least temperatures around 50 degrees today, mainly dry week ahead, bright and mild for election day tomorrow. there'll be no weather-related issues. a few showers wednesday, the only
week ahead. it'll be seasonal to end the week with temperatures in the 50s and then chilly for the weekend. we're only going to be in the 40s for high temperatures both saturday and sunday. 37 in boston right now, 38 in taunten. a lot of us in the 20s when you come back into new hampshire, concord at 27, keene at 24. plymouth at 26. lower 30s in bedford, same in fitsburg. field back down to the cape. we are mild because we had some sprinkles overnight. the clouds are confined now to the mid and outer cape, but that's keeping the atmosphere mixed up a little bit. if you look across the eastern sea board there is nothing going on. there's a big storm over the ocean. we don't have to worry about that. we have a huge ridge of high pressure, the blue h on the map. as the high slips to the south
60s for highs tomorrow. that's about 5 to 10 degrees above where we should be this time of year. you can't use weather as an excuse not to vote tomorrow. wednesday we'll see an increase in clouds. notice wednesday morning a few spotty showers. it's not going to be a wash-out wednesday. again, it's the only chance of wet weather this week and it's with a cold front in the afternoon. the greatest risk of showers is in the first half of the day and then it looks like we clearing and cooling temperatures for the end of the week. highs will be around 50 today no matter where you go, about 50 on the cape, boston, metro west. tonight mainly clear again. it'll be a little bit cooler in the suburbs, upper 20s in spots to 34. 39 in downtown boston. look at this, 60 to 65 degrees tomorrow. there maybe a little breeze that
a few showers wednesday. mid 50s looks nice for veterans' day and then a mainly quiet weekend but chilly, 42 for a high saturday and upper 40s sunday. >>danielle, still no issues getting into the city from the north. we have some light traffic. on route 1, route 3, and 93 from the north, they're all clear, all great options this morning, so is 128, so expect some normal drive times there. speaking of traffic north of headed to summerville anytime soon, slow down. the city is lowering their speed limits. starting today the speed limit in summerville will be 25 miles per hour unless otherwise posted. the city says higher speed limits will remain on state roads like route 16 and the highway. officials say the new lower speed limit will have a minimal impact on travel times and traffic. >>thank you.
investigating a deadly fire in roxbury. flames engulfed a house and most of it collapsed and one person was killed. the medical examiner's office will be performing an autopsy and clues to shut off the elect and the -- electricity and the water in the building next door forcing people to evacuate. the cdc has identified the first case of a drug-rest have become ill from. it has a high likelihood of causing outbreaks in charlie facilities. -- in healthcare facilities. in washington state people hospitalized for a polio-like illness.
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the celtics. they aren't aggressive enough. but that's what's great about the coach, brad stephens. they lost last night 123 to 107. you haven't -- if you haven't heard of amudier, let me introduce you to him. he went off in the first quarter. 24 points in the first quarter alone busting from everywhere and th first quarter. he outscored the celtics all by himself. this game was over at the half. the celtics lose at home to denver, 123 to 107 and brad stephens wasn't happy about it. >>we brought a little bit of aggressiveness at the start of the 3rd quarter, but it wasn't sustainable, so i don't know. i don't have the answer. i think
we've got some guys that aren't playing that will play, but this is about physically holding your ground. >> reporter: and he will hold them accountable. that's for for now. i'm steve burton. still to come in the next half hour, an update on breaking news we are following. >>the mistake officials say a driver made before his car went into the charles river. and why both have sights set on new hampshire. temperatures running in the 20s and 30s with the sun shining today, climbing into the upper 40s through early afternoon and boston not a bad-looking hour-by-hour forecast, but just a little on the cool side. all the details straight ahead as you take a live look at the sunrise coming
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studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckinnon. you definitely want to grab the coat this morning. >>we have 20s, 30s, and some 40s this morning. the mildest areas are over the cape. 45 in province town right now, 37 in boston. widespread lower to middle 30s in the suburbs and of the state. 28 degrees in pits field right now. i see -- pitsfield. skies are clear. we had a few sprinkles last evening and night. other than that we are in for plenty of sunshine except for the clouds, sunrise at 6:26 this morning. temperatures climb into the 40s today, so it'll be bright but cool. 48 for lunchtime. the wind is strong on cape cod and will stay active today.
sunset at 4:30 with the time change yesterday and 46 degrees. tracking a warm-up tomorrow. we'll talk about it coming up. a couple of issues on the road. >>we actually have some stop and go traffic inside the ted williams tunnel this morning. i know there's a lot going on on this map. nights red right here. the backup -- it's in red right here. it's 93 north and south at exit 26 for logan airway. there is the construction happening in this area, so it is definite causing slow-downs, so keep it in mind heading to the airport this morning. breaking overnight crews pull a car out of the charles river in cambridge. no one was in the car when it went into the water. officials say the driver got out after a crash on memorial drive but forgot to put the brake on. crews on the ground along with divers helped to get the car out. one day until america votes in campaign 2016 and there's no rest for the candidates. both donald trump and hillary clinton hopping from state to state
some good news for clinton. the fbi cleared her in its latest e- mail investigation. >>trump says clinton's being protected by a rigged system. craig boz well as the latest from the -- bozwell has the latest from the campaign crawl. >> reporter: donald trump railed last night in virginia last night. >>this is a rigged system. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. thousands of newly discovered clinton e-mails, fbi director james comey penned another letter to congress sunday revealing investigators are standing by their july decision not to bring charges against the nominee. >>we're glad this matter is resolved. >> reporter: clinton did not mention fbi developments as she rallied support in tennessee, ohio, and ha-ha with the -- new hampshire with the help of lebron james and james taylor. >>i really believe america's
us. >> reporter: joint's e-mail saga has haunted her throughout the entire campaign despite the fbi's final decision, the issue continues to be a source of debate on capitol hill. house speaker paul ryan used the topic to encourage americans to vote for trump saying she believes she's above the law. senator minority leader harry reid accused the director of breaking the law stating he created a political firestorm merely to confirm what we already knew that the e-mail practices were legal. voters would get their final say tomorrow when they head to the polls election day. craig bozwell cbs news washington. >>we may not see as many tweets from donald trump in the next day. campaign aids have wrestled his twitter account
night tweets. wbz news has you covered on election night. we will begin special live coverage at 7:00. we'll stay on all night if necessary with the latest on the race. then at 9:00 p.m. you can join us on cbsboston.com and on facebook for a webcast. police are searching fort suspects who shot and killed a man in everett around 2:00 yesterday afternoon. police blocked off part of e apartment building as they investigated. the victim was pronounced dead. in brockton police are searching for the suspect in a drive-by shooting that injure add 3-year-old bottom of the a bullet ricocheted into the child's home -- 3-year-old boy. a bullet ricocheted into the child's home. a mail truck was also hit but the carrier was not hurt. 5:34 now. a massachusetts
lawsuit against him. the lawsuit was filed in 2012 saying the minister launched a long-term campaign to percent cute same-sex couples in uganda. lively calls the lawsuit absorbed saying he preaches -- absurd saying he preaches against same-sex marriage but advises therapy. the hosted several prominent patriots over the weekend to talk about community policing. the patriots headed out on a ride-along and then ended the day with a basketball game with kids in the area. >>put the patriots in the police car and everyone will follow the rules. still ahead more trouble for samsung this morning and some good news for the market. plus when you'll be able to
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adorned with pictures of big poppy. they should also give away his new beer at the gate as well. >>they only made, like, 500 bottles. mcdonald's letting you order on the go, plus more trouble for samsung. jill wagger is live with today's money watch, good morning you can jill. >> reporter: good morning, chris and kate. we could be in for a relief rally today. futures are soaring on word that has finished its review of newly discovered hillary clinton e-mails and stands by its decision not to file charges. unconcern about the election has sent stocks in their longest -- uncertainty about the election has sent stocks on their longest losing streak since 1980. samsung is recalling washing machines in the u.s. 9 injuries have been reported including a broken jaw. this is the latest
its galaxy note 7 phones because of overheating. mcdonald's is getting ready to launch a feature on its app letting people order and pay for food ahead of time. they have lagged behind many fast-food chains when it comes to digital ordering. >>mcdonald's is so fast already, to think it's going to be like instant gratitude is going to be insane. >> reporter: you know, it's going to be interesting to see how fast it could ge say all the better for us. >>right. all right. jill, thank you. i appreciate it. >>how do you make fast-food even faster? you skip the line. >>exactly. all of our producers are pumped about this. >>i like it. coming up a high-tech way to protect your home. plus riders in the pan mass. challenge seeing how much their efforts will help in the fight against cancer. plus donald trump heading to new hampshire today for a final campaign push before election day.
the granite state coming up. weather watchers checking in with temperatures on the cool side this morning. for most of us we'll be around 50 later this afternoon but starting in the 30s in most areas although the cape is in the
40s right now. john checking in with 40 degrees, i like the picture he sent in, a couple of stars and clouds before dawn. he said "nice start to the day, a but i'm tracking a warm-up in time for election day.
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gathered -- gathered yesterday to raise money for dana far ber. >>i always knew it could be big. it's been a 37-year journey. it is kind of like a dream come true. >>since the organization's beginning in 1980s pnc has raised more than $547 million for patient care and cancer research and wbz is proud to be their media partner. you kn long and difficult race? >>yes, danielle niles and the weather team this year, the cyclones. >>i'm proud of our weather team. we raised just over $11,000. and when you hear the millions of dollars it's almost hard to comprehend how much they raise every year, truly impressive and a wonderful organization. 37 degrees in boston right now, mid 30s in lawrence, 34 in woulds ter. we've got --
plymouth. mid 40s in mar -- marshville. but 34 in the cape. that keeps the atmosphere mixed up a little bit. we had some sprinkles last night but really just the mid and outer cape. we may get a sprinkle or two from chatham back down to nantucket, the rest of us enjoying clear skies. there's a big storm over the ocean way to the south and east. we don't have to worry about board is quiet with a big ridge of high pressure sinking southward tomorrow. ahead of the cold front we're going to get mild. highs 60 to 65 degrees tomorrow afternoon. weather is not an excuse not to get out and vote tomorrow. sunshine, a late windowed, just -- a light wind, just a beautiful day overall. wednesday is the only chance of wet weather this week. clouds will come in in the morning, a
cape and then behind the front clearing comes in. it's not significant rainfall. wednesday will go down as a deficit for most of us, but it looks like that'll be the chancing of a shower this -- the chance of a shower this week. 49 in boston today, upper 40s inaftery, 51 in -- in jaffery. it's gusty on the cape and islands this morning and the wind will strong. overnight tonight chilly again, pretty similar to what we have this morning, although the suburbs may dip into the upper 20s, 37, 38 downtown boston and then the election day forecast looks perfect. mostly sunny, 62 degrees, very pleasant till about -- still about 5 to 10 degrees above where we should be this time of year. once the showers come through wednesday, thursday and friday, sun's back, we cool off, looks beautiful. seasonal mid 50s on veterans'
quiet, but we drop by 10 or more degrees. it's going to be chilly, in the low 40s saturday and upper 40s sunday. brianna. >>all right, danielle. it'll take you 20 minutes to go from braintree to the pike right now. you are stop and go on the expressway here. you'll be like this up to columbia road. 128 in braintree starting to get bogged down at the split and also busy on route 3 by io an accident in bridgewater, so there is traffic all the way up to 128 through brockton this morning. thank you very much. crews pull a car out of the charles river in cambridge. no one was in the car when it went into the water. the driver got out after a crash but didn't put the brake on. crews on the ground along with divers helped get the car out of the river. police in everett searching for a murder suspect. both candidates setting
are the top stories this monday morning. >> reporter: i'm nicole jacobs live in manchester where hillary clinton held a rally here last night. of course, we have one day before election day, and we're getting yet another announcement from the fbi, another twist in this election. fbi director james comey releasing a letter to congress saying the outcome of the investigation has not changed his perspective that clinton should not face criminal charges. during her speech last night she did focus on the differences she sees in herself and donald trump telling the crowd the choice is "between strong leadership and a loose cannon." we're live in manchester, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >>trump is traveling to five crucial states today for a final push to some way voters including a campaign stop here in new hampshire where he is
last night trump fired back at the fbi director's decision that hillary clinton should not face criminal charges connected to null discovered e-mails from her time at the state department. he claims she's being probing proxy -- protected by a rigged system. plus why aids are cracking down on his twitter account. i have more information coming up. anna miler wbz this morning. police are searching for a spigot who shot and killed a man in shot and killed a man in everett. the victim was pronounced dead at the hospital. police in south carolina say a kidnapping suspect is now facing murder charges after two bodies were found on his property. he was arrested last week after a missing woman was found alive chained inside a storage container. police say he then confessed to a quake
quadruple homicide. police are still searching the area for other victims. things are back to normal at the white house after a scare over the weekend. the secret service put the white house on lock-down after a man was spotted walking nearby with a gun saturday. the man was arrested. no one was hurt. president obama was not at the white house at the time. emergency crews assessing the damage from an earthquake near an oil hub in oklahoma. the quake damaged buildings in the small city area houses a large oil storage terminal and there are concerns the quake may have damaged key infrastructure. a few minor injuries were reported. quake could be felt as far away as iowa, illinois, and texas. drones are making their way into the home security business. a new california company combines motor detectors smart lights with a drone. the app alerts you when unexpected motion is detected and shows
option for homeowners to notify police with suspicious activity. a price is still unknown but the lights are expected to cost $159 each. 5:52 right now. election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the u.s. this year. general motors is one of the companies giving the day off. patagonia is also closing all of its retail stores. there's no federal law requiring workers to get time very. zip car is offering members free access to more than 7,000 cars on election day. you can sign up for a vehicle to get you to the polling place on their website or app. the car-sharing company wants to encourage people to cast their votes and help those who need a ride to get the polls. a comic book hero reins supreme this weekend, dr. strange took in $85 million
took the top spot. trolls opened in second place. and hacksaw ridge came in 3rd with about $15 million. and big changes at the oscars. the academy says members will no longer have lifetime voting privileges. long-time members who have not had a film credit in recent years have been able to screen performances but not vote. the changes are part of the oscars. the show sparked controversy last year when all 20 nominations went to white actors. coping with daylight savings time. >>a closer look at the surprising things we do after turning back the clock. stay with us. you're watching wbz
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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. this weekend. while it is nice to get an extra hour of sleep, seeing the sun set so early can be difficult. >>you mean it's only 5:56? a new survey finds 63% of boston residents can't wait to spring ahead. 34% are enjoying a fire in the fireplace. 21% are adding new lights to their homes, and 20% say they need a glass of wine to cope.
i mean cocktail hour starts early when it gets dark at 4:30. >>exactly. you can start it at 4:15. >>or you can just never change your clock like i do. >>deep right here to wbz this morning. top stories are straight ahead. ? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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boston. >>good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckinnon. a car pulled from the charles river. also breaking remembering a trail blazing woman, janet reno has died. and time running out on the campaign. the candidates crisscrossing the country in a final push for votes. 2007 all covered. but first it is a cool start to the day for sure. >>danielle, a cool way to start the week. >>the week ahead looks good. we have one chance of showers ons wednesday -- on wednesday. we have a warm-up on the way tomorrow. 30 in fitsburg. we've got 20s in the map.