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live from the channel 4 studios in 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.
pitsfield. 40s from parts of the south shore down to the cape because we've had some ocean-effect clouds with an active breeze that keeps the atmosphere mixed up a little bit. otherwise, skies are clear and the skies are starting to bryant up a bit. sunrise at 6:26 this morning. some of the clouds in the cape, otherwise plenty of sunshine. bright and cool, 48 by lunchtime. the winds will be lightest inland and stay active on the cape. clear and quiet for the home. sunshine at 4:30 and temperatures in the mid 40s. beautiful weather for election day tomorrow. let's get you on the roads. this is when it starts to get busy. >>yeah, danielle, we already have an accident blocking the left lane on 24 north in bridgewater just before 495 and you can see the backup is down to 140. we also have a disabled car northbound after exit 14. also you can see up here the split is stop and go to the
we have good news for monday morning's commute traffic is moving in both directions along route 128 in needham. the old highland avenue bridge has been demolished ahead of schedule. breaking overnight crews pull a car out of the charles river in cambridge. 2340 one was in the car. the driver got out after a crash and didn't put the brake on. crews on the ground along with divers in the out. more breaking news, janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died dude to complications from parkinson's see. she was 78. she drew criticism for the raid at a waco compound and her handling of the gonzalez case. one day until america votes in campaign 2016, and no rest
and hillary clinton hopping from state to state ahead of election day including stops in new hampshire. good news for clinton this morning, the fbi clearing her in its latest e-mail investigation. the latest national poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by 4 points. we have both covered for you this morning from manchester, new hampshire. anna miler is following the trump campaign. and we'll start with nicole jacobs in the latest from clinton's camp. >> reporter: certainly another twist in this campaign season with the fbi information released yesterday. of course, new hampshire has always been very important during election seasons. it's always been a battleground state. now we're looking at it as 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 t
>>there is nothing criminal about hillary. >> reporter: she took the stage in manchester sunday introduced by keiser kahn whose son died in iraqi. >>would anyone who isn't like you have a place in our america, donald trump. >> reporter: 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 >> reporter: pointing to what she views as the differences between a trump and clinton presidency. >>between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon who could put everything at risk. >> reporter: all of which will play out once voters have their say tomorrow. and hillary clinton has moved on from new hampshire. she is set to rally today in pennsylvania,
we're live in manchester, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >>donald trump and mike pence will hold a rally in manchester, new hampshire, tonight, anna mile ser live there this morning with a -- miler is live there this morning. >> reporter: kate, donald trump is gearing up for a five-state campaign push one day before voters head to the polls including a stop in new hampshire where he's tied with hillary clinton. as donald trump tries to some way voters to sway voters in the final day he's slamming the fbi director's decision that hillary clinton should not face criminal charges. >>right now she's being protected by a rigged system, a totally rigged system. i've been saying that a long time. >> reporter: his running mate also disagreed with the decision at a rally in north carolina. >>mishandling classified information is a crime square foot final push for votes
votes follows a hectic week after a man sparked a scuffle in the crowd. his daughter tried to rally volunteers in new hampshire. >>any amount of time you're willing to give the campaign is important. >> reporter: trump will try to build the momentum in the granite state today and it appears he will continue using clinton's e-mails to fuel the fire. >>hillary clinton is guilty, she knows it, the fbi knows t the people know it, and now it's deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> reporter: trump is reportedly trying to steer clear of controversy on twitter. the new york times reports his aids have taken control of his social media account in the final hours before the election. live, anna miler,. >>a threatening message for
someone spray painted "kill your local trump supporter"at a building. the graffiti was first spotted sunday but has been painted over. former massachusetts governor bill weld is planning a rally tonight in boston. the candidate is holding the event at samuel hall at 7:00 tonight. he has acknowledged his party's tough chances of winning. wbz news and cbs news have we will begin live coverage at 7:00 staying on all night if necessary with the latest on the race for president. at 9:00 you can join us at cbsboston.com. developing news from oklahoma, emergency crews assessing damage from an earthquake near a major oil hub. the quake damaged buildings in the small city of cushing,
and there are concerns the quake damaged key infrastructure. the quake could be felt as far away as iowa, illinois, and texas. they have been 19 earthquakes in oklahoma in the past week. some scientists have linked the increase to the underground disposal of wastewater from oil and gas production. police searching for the suspect who shot and killed a man in everett around 2:00 sunday afternoon on street. police blocked off the street and a parking lot as they investigated. one witness described what she saw. >>the guy that got shot run 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 in identifying
is believed to be a knee an altima in black or dark blue. the vehicle was spotted in roxbury last month when a man was found shot 2349 street -- in the street. the 20-year-old victim from florida died. if you recognize the car call police. a deadly crash this morning out of tubing berry. the -- tukesbury. the driver stopped an filed. the boston police says constables will now be fingerprinted after two officers were shot and wounded during a domestic call. 33-year-old kirk figueroa was a constable for the city was the sheeter. he had a record in another state. fingerprinting constables will allow officials to conduct out of state background checks. both injured officers are recovering. coming up on wbz this
harvard. >>the latest group of athletes accused of sexually objectifying women. slow down in the suburbs. starting today where you need to watch out. need a lift to the voting booth? the service offering free rides. danielle, good morning. >>good morning chris. hope you had a great weekend. we're talking about temperatures in the 40s to lower 50s today, so a chilly start but the sun will be shining. outdoor recess is a good and the -- is a and the bus ride home looks good as well. and pam will had a great visit last friday at callahan elementary in norwood. over 225 students attended. the 5th graders had a dance that helped them learn and memorize the water cycle process.
everyone, what, what. >>now you know what would happen if i stepped into a game and tried to kick. that's how it would play out. and that would be me trying hard. >>i have a feeling you would kick it better than that. >>no, i would not. >>really? >>you would be fine. >>it happens. i feel bad for him. >>trying to do some sort of, i don't know what that was like a behind the leg -- >>no idea. >>chilly this morning around 50 degrees but look at this, with the time change. beautiful start to the day in boston with clear skies overhead and clouds to the east. mainly dry week ahead. it's going to be bright and mild for election day tomorrow. temperatures are climbing into the 60s, a few showers wednesday, really the only threat for wet weather this week and then we turn cooler for the end of the week turning chilly for the upcoming weekend. highs will only be in the 40s for both saturday and sunday. start looks like the colder of
20s on the map as well. mid 20s from plymouth, had a am ham -- new hampshire back to jaffrey. 24 in orange, 30 in fitsburg. the upper 20s in bedford, 45 in marsh field. we are milder from parts of the south shore back to the cape because of the breeze keeping the temperature up and the atmosphere mixed up a we also have some ocean-effect clouds in the mid and outer cape. the rest of us enjoying clear skies. zoom out the view, nothing going on to the north, west, south. we've got a big storm out to the south and east over the ocean. we don't have to worry about that. the high pressure fair weather will provide us with a beautiful day today. tomorrow the high
breeze. a gorgeous election day, bright sunshine a light wind, literally no weather-related issues. can't use that as an excuse not to vote. wednesday we start to see the front approach. what that will mean is a couple of spotty showers wednesday morning, some clouds as well. the front crosses the region, so late in the day the wind takes over, drags in cooler air but brings in clearing. the greatest risk of a few showers wednesday is during the t to be a lot of rainfall. high temperatures today around 50 no matter where you go. upper 40s in boston. 51 in fits listen burg, the wind will be lightest through the interior but it is gusty on the cape this morning, 20 to 30 miles per hour. tonight we drop back into the 20s and 30s, so we do cool after quite a bit.
upper 20s in the suburbs and then check out the highs termination 60 to 65 degrees -- the highs tomorrow, 60 to 65 degrees. cooler towards the end of the week, veterans' day looks nice, sunshine in the mid 50s, a high of 42 saturday. looks busy behind you, brianna. >>look at the sunrise, though. most of the traffic south of the city. you are bumper to bumper on the expressway at columbia road. you ar slow at the split on 24 north in brock ton and route 3 in hanover and nor well. north of the city we have throw traffic on 93 south and really heavy traffic through wilmington and also some slow-downs on route 3 south. if you're headed to summerville anytime soon you'll also have to slow down because of lower speed limits starting today. the speed limit will be 25 miles per hour unless otherwise posted. the city says higher speed
roads like route 16 and mcgrath highway and officials say the new lower speed limit will have minimal impact on travel times and traffic. thank you very much. good reminder there. if you need a ride to the polls zip car has got you covered offering free access to more than 7,000 cars on election day. you can sign up for a vehicle on their website or app. the car-sharing company wants to encourage people to vote and get those to a lawsuit challenging massachusetts' voter regulation deadline heads to court today. the deadline was october 20th, 20 days before the election. the aclu wants an injunction in the case to allow three residents to vote tomorrow. they claim the law disenfranchises voters including first-time voters, students, people in poorer communities, and the elderly. 6:18 right now. another harvard sports team in trouble
about female athletes. the cross country team created spreadsheets before the annual dance for the women's team. the documents include comments about physical appearance. the situation was reported by the cross country captain to the coach last week. harvard suspended the rest of the men's soccer season after discovering a similar report they had done. the president says the men's team had not been forth come when questioned. pan mass. challenge riders le $47 million for dana farber this year. they presented the check yesterday. forn 6,000 participated raising money. 100% of the money raised goes to dana farber. >>i always knew it could be big. but it's been a 37-year
come true. >>since the organization's beginning back in 1980 the pmc have raised more than $547 million for cancer research. wbz news is proud to be their media partner. some patriots using the buy week to get a closer look at some police work. police commissioner william evans hosted several patriots along with the owner robert craft. for a ride-along and watched a basketball game between the officers and kids at the teen center in dorchester. >>can you imagine robert craft getting out of a police car when you've been pulled over. >>i'd be, like, whatever. >>give me tickets and i'll pay the fine. >>exactly. still ahead the tight race for new hampshire's senate. >>how kelly ayotte is fight to
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michael bowmeran now serves as a pilot of those volunteering. >>what i want you to do is listen to us. >> reporter: this year he's giving orders to those closest to him as his daughter and three sons who will fly in na from california for the parade. >>you don't want to be the one to instruct them or yell at them. this is going to be a challenge for me. >> reporter: more teams of lu two other new balloons, charlie brown and the trolls. and two other smaller balloons, felix the cat and trixiy. >>what we've done is developed accordion legs, there are as many as 70 handlers assigned to each balloon holding a line which can be wound up or down to keep it steady and the crowd safe. >> reporter: it's not easy
>>deep at your waist. >> reporter: but they are hooked. >>what's it like? >>it's pretty amazing. it's awesome. >> reporter: they hope it will be more awesome come thanksgiving day, wend gillette, cbs news, new york. >>way too much pressure. you let go of that snoopy, oh man. >>nope. >>too much pressure. let's more from the campaign trail in our next half hour, including president obama's latest swipe at donald trump. >>also head protecting your with a drone. the new tool to keep your family safe. here are four things you might like to know today adds we they had to break -- as we they
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a former member of president clinton's cabinet has died, a look back at the life of attorney general janet reno. donald trump and hillary clinton staying busy as voters get set to head to the polls. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >>good morning. 6:30 right now. thanks for joining us i'm chris mckin mean that and i'm kate merrill. chris mckinnon. >>and i'm kate merrill. >>sunshine, low 60s for election day tomorrow, a chilly start today. i picked some of the coldest of our weather bug schools this morning. westborough sitting at 23 degrees this morning. and the dairy field is sitting at 27 degrees right now. kids want to be bundled up. 30s on the
fallen right wood and taunt en. -- norwood and taunt en. most of us are dry and in for a bright day overall. sunrise is now 6:26 so the sky is bright and the sun is already up. the wind will be active on the cape. it's gusting over 20 miles per hour and the wind will stay strong on the cape code. sunset at 4:30, in the mid 40s. we'll talk more about all of it coming up in a few. >>bumper to bumper traffic southbound on the tobin bridge as you make your way into the city. this is from a disabled garbage truck that is stuck at rutherford avenue. the ramp there is where it's stuck. things not looking great in that area. let's head over to the maps. heavy traffic eastbound
there's -- west en. use the -- weston. breaking overnight a car pulled from the charles river in cambridge. no one was in the car when it went into the water but officials say the driver got out after a crash and forgot to put it in park. crews on the ground along with divers in the water helped get the car out. also breaking this morning janet reno, the first woman to has died they are morning from complications due to parkinson's -- has died this morning. reno drew criticism for the raid at the waco compound. one day until america votes in campaign 2016. no rest for the candidates. both donald trump and hillary clinton hopping from state to state including stops in new hampshire. good news for hillary clinton, the fbi
investigation. >>the latest polls shows clinton leading by 4 points. we have both campaigns covered for you this morning, anna miler is following the trump campaign but let's begin with nicole jacobs in the latest from clinton's camp. >> reporter: good morning, kate. hillary clinton held her final new hampshire rally last night hours after new information was released by the fbi. fbi director james comey released a new er yesterday this time saying the investigation has not changed his perspective that clinton should not face criminal charges. during her speech she did not mention e-mails but did continue to focus on the differences she sees in herself and donald trump. >>this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity, between strong, steady
who could put everything at risk. >> reporter: hillary clinton has moved on from new hampshire. she is set to campaign today in michigan, pennsylvania, and north carolina. president obama will campaign in durham, new hampshire today on her behalf. we're live in manchester, new hampshire, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >>meanwhile donald trump and mike pence will hold a rally in new hampshire tonight. morning with more. >> reporter: donald trump is gearing up for a five-state campaign push one day before voters head to the polls including a stop in new hampshire as donald trump tries to sway voters he's slamming the fbi director's decision that hillary clinton should not face criminal charges. he claims she's being protected by a rigged system. trump and clinton are virtually
new hampshire. trump's daughter spoke for her father last night. it appears he will try to build momentum tonight by using clinton's e-mails to fuel the fire. >>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. >> reporter: and trump is reportedly trying to steer clear of controversy on twitte new york times reports his a.i.d.s. have taken control of his social media -- aids have taken control of his social media account in the final hours before the election. >>and president obama responding to the report that trump won't be on twitter. >>in the last two days, they had so little confidence in his self-control they said we're just going to take away your
handle twitter account, they can't handle the nuclear codes. >>the president will be campaigning for hillary clinton in durham, new hampshire this afternoon, then he'll join her at a rally in philadelphia tonight. new hampshire tight senate race could have a major impact. kellia yot is fighting for today. meanwhile democratic challenger maggie hassan will campaign with president obama at a clinton rally in durham. hassan will also make stops in four communities to thank volunteers and supporters and meet with local businesses. wbz and cbs news have you covered on election night. we will begin special live coverage at 7:00. staying on all night if necessary on the latest with the race. at 9:00 p.m.
-- for a special -- cbsboston.com. early saturday in dorchester a victim showed up at a hospital with a gunshot wound and died. investigators think he was shot on benton road. a few showers later there was a shooting in roxbury. the victim was shot and killed car. billerica police are searching for a driver wanted for assaulting a police officer. the man is accused of dragging an officer for 15 feet. the office is okay. he was driving a green dodge car van. 6:37 right now. officials are investigating a deadly fire in roxbury. crews were called
flames engulfed the house. one person was killed but the name has not been released. the medical examiner's office will be performing an autopsy. crews had to shut off the electricity and water next door. investigators will resume a grim search in south carolina looking for more possible human remains. two bodies were discovered on the same property where a woman was rescued last week after being found chained inside a metal container. boyfriend. the suspect is now facing murder charges. police say he has requested to four murders back in 2003. the secret service put the white house on lock-down this weekend after a man was spotted walking nearby with a gun saturday. the man was arrested and is facing charges. president obama was not in the white house at the time. taking home security to a new level, a california company
motion detectors and drones. smart lights are placed around your home and sensors are uses to detect noises and movement if somebody steps onto your property the lights and sensors notify the drone and then the drone feeds a live stream of what's happening to your phone. there's no word yet on the price of the system. the lights cost $159 each. if your kid misses curfew, >>drones come in handy. checking the day's top stories including an earthquake in oklahoma. plus what boston police whatnot you to see as they try to solve a murder. also ahead things looking brighter this morning, but not everyone is happy that daylight savings time is over. how people in boston really feel about the time change. >>yes it's brighter out the door right now. it's going to be darker when you go home. chilly
weather watchers checking in with temperatures running in the 20s and 30s for most of us. dawn says 31 degrees with sunshine in hole as and a little bit of -- holaca and ground frost in fields this mocker -- holace. and we'll talk details next. to beat the local sled jump record, held by gary watson. fly, gary, fly. his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song. sister can live stream it while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just 79.99 per month online for the first year.
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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, vote no on question 2. . we turn the clks a survey finds boston residents can't wait to spring ahead. >>are you ready to lose the hour of sleep? the survey was done by a research company that found 63% of people strongly dislike that we turn the clocks back, 27% count the days before they can do it, and 20% say they need a glass of wine to cope with the loss of light. >>march 17th is when we lose an
lighter in the afternoon because i'm already depressed it's dark at 4:30. >>isn't march 17th st. patrick's day? >>that's terrible timing. >>oh no. >>you know, how we do the count downs. last week someone tweeted me can we just put the count down to spring and summer on there. i know. all right so for the month so far we've had just over -- i guess i should say just inch of rain. that's after an obviously wet october. but there's little, if any recollection rainfall in the forecast over the next 10 days. the only chance of a few showers, and i put that at about 40% bush is wednesday is nothing significant. they're going to be -- 40% -- is wednesday. it's nothing significant. we've got
and 29 in bedford. 25 in jaffrey, 33 in wocester. 47 on nantucket, a little milder for us because the wind has been active and we have had some ocean-effect clouds in the mid and outer cape. you see back down to parts of the south shore are getting into a few of these as well. otherwise, skies are clear. there's a big ocean storm can you see there well off to the east? we don't have to worry about it, but the flow brings the wind out of the north and high pressure will be in control of our weather the next several days. any ocean-effect clouds will downwindal later today. -- dwindle later today. the tab no. beautiful tomorrow. can't complain about that. wednesday here comes a front. clouds move in. there'll be a few showers generally light, not a ton of
it comes through during the first half of the day, and then late in the day the wind shifts around to the northwest, drags in drier air and brings in clearing skies. bright, breezy, and cool today around 50 and that's pretty much for everybody. we may be 48 to 52 foremost of us -- for most of us. tonight wind subsides for everybody and we will cool off, 37 some of the kelliest suburbs dip into the -- chilly evident suburbs. -- chilliest suburbs. turning cooler again after a few showers wednesday. thursday low 50s with sun and clouds, nice veterans' day for celebrations and memorials with 50s and
saturday, upper 40s sunday. >>we're still watching a backup on the tobin bridge on the ramp to rutherford avenue. back up is all the way to the connector. we have a situation south of the city and it's just heavy traffic all around. 24 north and the expressway are in the worst shape. 40 minutes to get from the split up to the pike. route 3 and 95 are bogged down as well. breaking overnight crews river in cambridge. no one was hurt. the driver got out after a crash and didn't put the brake on. crews on the ground along with divers in the water helped get the car out. also breaking this morning janet reno has died. she died early this morning of complications due to parkinson's disease. she was 78. she drew
of the gonzalez case. 6:47 right now. top stories this morning voters begin heading to the polls in just over 24 hours. >>it will be busy today for both candidates. hillary clinton set to campaign in three states. last night she wrapped up the day in hmm ham. clinton was escorted into the hall by the father of a u.s. army captain killed in iraqi. clinton did not mention the big news that a review of the latest ba warrant criminal charges. donald trump will campaign in five states today including a rally with mike pence in manchester tonight. he wrapped up a five-state swing yesterday with a speech in virginia speaking about the fbi's latest decision to clear clinton calling the system rigged. emergency crews assessing damage from an earthquake near a major oil hub in oklahoma. the 5.0 magnitude quake damaged
cushing. there are concerns that the quake may have damaged some key infrastructure there. a few minor injuries were reported. boats police asking for help identifying this vehicle in connection with a death investigation. the car is believed to be a nissan altima in black or dark blue. police say it was spotted near dearborn street in roxbury when a man the 20-year-old victim from florida died. if you recognize the car call police. 6:49 right now. still to come a tough start for the celtic.
>>there wasn't much to be happy about. what the coach is saying about the tough loss. >>and the david ortiz retirement party continues. the new honor
. a rough night for the celtic. giving up 42 points to the nuggets in the first quarter. >>the nuggets outscoring the celtic and the coach unhappy about this saying the team was not aggressive. they lose 123 to 107. the patriots back in action this weekend hosting the seahawks. you can start sunday after with 11:30 a.m. right here. the pats play sunday night at 8:30. and don't forget to turn over to wbz after the game. another special retirement gift. gate 34 is being renamed in his honor. jet blue has not released the final design, but we know the gate will be adorned
time for a closer look at at what's coming up at 7:00. >> reporter: ahead on cbs this morning we'll reveal a new national poll one day before the election. my conversation with new jersey's governor and trump's choice of his vice president running mate. the news is back in the morning. >>thanks, charlie. up next for police in australia. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree,
to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. ready to head out when others head home. upgrading technology, managing vegetation, improving how we get information to you because we know you're counting on us. we're ready for winter, and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter.
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. a surprise for police in australia while arresting a woman over the weekend. the woman told them they had a baby ca with a la in herring koala, they -- koala. they didn't believe her at first. they're reminding people not to put a koala in your bag. oh my goodness, how do i get one of those? >>it's cute but. >>i have a koala in my bag, yeah, right. so cute. >>i wonder what she was being arrested for. that would be fun to look up.
looks perfect. the doesn't get better than this. cool today around 50, low 60s tomorrow, so if you voted early you get a beautiful day to enjoy. light wind and mild day overall. wednesday the only chance for showers this week, it's cooler to end the week, and the weekend looks quiet, just chilly. cbs this morning coming up next. >>we'll see new 25 minutes for an update. have a good one.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, november 7th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? election day is one day away. the presidential candidates make one final push manager robby mook and trump campaign manager kellyanne conway. the fbi is still not recommending charges against hillary clinton after going through thousands of recently discovered e-mails. republicans promise to keep investigating. and first on "cbs this morning," new jersey governor chris christie talks with charlie, breaking a silence about two close associates convicted in the bridgegate