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want, though. >> reporter: how many of your friends are in the undecided vote spot still? >> a lot. a lot of undecided because they don't want to be judged by their peers who they are voting for which could be a huge issue. >> reporter: the latest polls out of new hampshire shows nearly 15% of voters are still on the fence, and donald trump and hillary clinton are pourin scales for one final pitch before voters head to the polls. >> just like i don't know, really. >> it's about what is beast for myself and my future career and my parents and their future. >> reporter: nick giovanni, wbz news. libertarian vice
fannual hall. fan -- faneuil hall, and he has spoken about how qualified hillary clinton is for the job and it's his primary goal to make sure donald trump does not win the house. tomorrow the new york cemetery where susan b. anthony is buried will extend hours for people to visit her grave. it's a tradition for some, and with hillary clinton on the ballot the crowds are expected to be larger than usual. anthony lee give women the right to vote. and one thing republicans and democrats can agree on is this election was one big source of stress. expertssay if you are experiencing election-related anxiety -- who isn't -- there are things to do. stay informed but don't binge watch and try not to worry too much about the outcome but if you are worried, just make sure you votes. that would help you feel like you are taking a proactive
night. scott pelley and the team netanyahu work will begin coverage at 7:00 and stay on it all night if necessary and at 9:00, you can join us on cbsboston.com. this is cool. on facebook. we'll have an election webcast and it will be very interactive. we'll answer your questions. a brighton man charged with murder and carjacking everett. prosecutorssay 27-year-old keith herring called to arrange a marijuana deal. he is accused of shooting gary duff-turcott and stealing his car. they tracked him down via the victim's cell phone. and take a look at this. investigatorssay that the ford explorer ran a red light and hit a hyundai.
driver jumped out but it was still in drive so it rolled into the river. the hyundai driver had minor injuries. police cited the driver of the explorer for failure to stop. the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general, janet reno, has died from complications of parkinson's disease. she was highly criticized for the waco was 78 years old. boston's fbi division has moved out of the city and they're setting up shop else where. they will be based at this new building on maple street. the state-of-the-art 8-story building features better security and upgraded technology. this is the first time in history that the fbi has a
already and a lot of people are getting ready to start holiday shopping. >> and christmas scams are right there and ready for you. how to spot them. >> and a high-speed chase through the streets of southern california. >> and this is election day for local school kids. who would they put in the white house? >> and a wind chilly evening here as we kickoff the new weekend. martha is checking in , and a moon picture be and a beautiful first quarter moon before that. a look at the forecast coming up. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" 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."
yes on 2. i'm maggie hassan, and
new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities,
? 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, on the money watch, a warning about fake apps stealing your information. experts have seen a huge spike in recent weeks. the so-called fake apps can trick you into giving up your financial information and
play using stolen logos that seem legitimate so watch out for app s that don't have any reviews. the emissions crisis for volkswagen might be over. there are reports that the california regulators discovered a new emissions rigging software on some audi car thas let them cheat pollution tests. volkswagen owns audi but has not commented. triple a said that gas prices dropped a penny last week, $2.13 for a gallon of regular, and last week, oil prices dropped to 6-week lows. we could see them at $2 a gallon or low they are winter. and buy a tesla after the new year and you have to pay to charge it. any car ordered after january 1
credit but after that, they will have to pay fees. no word of the cost but tesla said it will be less than filling the average gas tank. cars ordered before the end of this year will get free charming. amazon prime members you may be able to have a home assistant. the assistant would be asked to help customers tidy up around the home and do laundry if they order from amazon fresh, they could come by which delivered to put them away for you. >> so dangerous for the lazy. i would just say, yeah. come on in. >> if you pull up for the groceries, how long do you wait for the assistant to show up to put them away? >> that's a tv show. >> it is. a new warning about what you put in your baby's bed. >> doctors are upset about it.
banned? >> coming up, a state trooper takes the stand in his own defense. his
tearful testimony about the night he is accused of causing a deadly crash. ? 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.
ght of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. 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. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her.
over the weekend, crews moved a century old museum and crew his to block traffic to make that move happen. how would you like to have a snowball fight with these? in siberia, the naturally formed snowballs appeared along an 11- mile stretch of beach and some of them are 3 feet across. >> those look like hurt. >> siberia doesn't look comfortable. >> that's where all the cold has been, moving off to siberia, and they have had a rough go of it. >> and it's not really balmy this time of year. >> never heard anyone say anything nice about that. around here we don't have to worry about the cold any time soon but we have to worry about the daylight situation. on sunday, everyone is getting back in the routine.
sunset today at 4:30 and at the end of the month, the sunset at 4:13, the sun sets on november 30th, moving towards sun: 7:00 a.m. for the sunrise but the second half of december, we are already increasing daylight. the high temps today, 47 in boston, below average for this time of year and the temps tonight, 38 in orange bedford, 43, and a cold evening and the mild air is moving at us again. 55 in pittsburgh and that's the air moving in here it tomorrow. we have clear skies and an ocean storm that brought the ocean affect clouds earlier that is spinning to the east. a powerful storm and we are watching this band of clouds and showers, and that will be our next chance of rain move manage on wednesday. and tonight's headline, about the cold, many of us back in the 20s by tomorrow morning,
center but overall, a really chilly nice. boston, i don't think we'll hit 32. on average, it happened around november 4. the latest is december 6. so quite a ways away, and i think it will definitely happen this weekend. tomorrow, hour by hour, if you are heading out and going to the polls by 9:00 a.m., the temperatures are jumping up in the 40s and lunchtime, 50 to near 60 and a beautiful afternoon with a lot of sunshine topping 60, and then tomorrow, we will fall back slowly and at 9:00, talking about read accident in the 40s. a great election day forecast and the sunrise at 6:27, and the sun warms up up with wind out of the west but not much of a breeze that will make it feel chillier. tuesday, the pick of the week to be outside. and a front with the rain showers on wednesday, and that moves in with cloud cover and
damp day. the front will sweep offshore for thursday and sunshine and ups and downs in the forecast. wednesday, a chance of rain and a chillier day on thursday and well up in the 50s on friday. then the cold air will move in this weekend. and with that front on friday, a slight chance of a shower, and saturday, the high in the 40s and gusty winds will make it feel colder outside and that doesn't stick around long either. warming up on sunday, but nice patriots's game on sunday night football. a look at the school yard shout out in norwood, the callahan school. the entire school joined us for the weather tawrks -- talk, 225 understoods and they had a water dance to help them learn the cycle.
to campaign 2016, one of the tightest races in massachusetts is over the charter schools debate, and late this afternoon, both sides made a late push to try and sway the undecided voters. christina hager is live in roxbury. christina? >> reporter: paula, the yess on yes -- yes on 2 crowd breaking down out here and as it is, there is a number of charter schools they can have, 120, and this could change that. governor charlie baker says yes. boston city counselor baskins no. >> whose schools. >> our schools. >> reporter: they are looking to add as many as 12 more each year. this mom said before she got her daughter into a charter
failing public school. >> i was paying $1,000 a month for outside tutors to catch her up. in 4 years and $40,000 of my money, they could not catch her up. they did that here in 5 months. >> reporter: she said other towns could benefit. >> i think it could be catastrophic. >> reporter: but opponents say it could -- >> as a grandparent and parent,
>> reporter: parents and teachers say they are struggling to give students in massachusetts the best education possible. christina hager, wbz news. on the healthwatch, new warnings about the dangers of crib bumpers. but some experts say that the warning doesn't go far enough. dr.mallika marshall is here with the story and it's always something that affects parents with the bedding, the bumpers, but the consumer product safety commission is advising parents to avoid putting the padded bumpers in baby cribs with the danger of strangulation and entrapment. groups wanted an all-out band
on store shelves but urge parents not to use them, and the commission is looking to develop a safety standard in 2018. the aaps do it now. >> it sounds like the old warning with no further steps. >> we need to get them -- i mean, they shouldn't be on store shelves. and new information about a mother's pre-natal nutrition and how it affects the baby. >> that's right and we are vitamin b 12. babies born with b 12 deficiency are more likely to have higher levels of a hormone that tells us to stop eating. when it's high, it puts them at high risk of diabetes. and vitamin b 12 is found in
baby, they are so worried about it, and the rules are always changing. >> and hopefully, it will be part of the panel like assessing the b 12 status. >> but down with the crib bumpers? >> down with the crib bumpers. enough is enough. [laughter] >> take them down. >> crib bumpers, don't need them. thank you. coming up, prognosticators, the school with the history of predicting the next president. and the countdown is on until election day, so what are the indicators that this race is leaning one way or the other? jon keller will be with us with three things to watch as the numbers come
in tomorrow from
ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like
any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools.
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.
campaign 2016 and this one is a kids' choice at crocker elementary school. as crocker elementary school goes so goes the nation. bet you haven't heard that. but they have a proven track record of picking a win near and the polls have closed there. >> the results are in. >> today was election day for the school. >> reporter: today's election day for the tradition. this is the 29th year they've held a mock election at the crocker and this year, the top candidates were on hand. sort of. >> it's important to vote because we have to pick a new president. >> reporter: kids turn out by home rooms. they check in at their polling place like their parents will do and make the presidential
trump and weigh in their own ballot question. should daylight saving time be eliminated? >> we are having the children experience firsthand the voting process. >> reporter: teacher debbie jefferys has organized it since it began, calling it political education at crocker elementary, peace. >> i hope the kids realize they have a say and should be interested in letting their voice be heard and that every vote counts. >> we are learning that if we vo -- the world be a better place. >> i would like to announce the results from today's election. >> reporter: and after the polls close, everyone holds their breath. >> we have hillary clinton with 412 votes and donald trump, 148 votes. >> hm. and the students, their ballot question about eliminating daylight saving time, the nos
right now. down to the wire. >> we don't just vote for the sake of voting. we vote because we believe something. >> with just hours to go until the polls open the candidates are pulling out the stops. >> i'm here to ask you to vote for yourself, vote for your families, vote for your future. >> they say it's the single country. >> the race, a close one but there have only be one winner. >> i'm going to support trump. >> i've decided to distance myself from it. >> tomorrow, we elect our next president of the united states. a long, twisting political road is nearing the end. thank you for being with us. i'm lisa hughs. >> and i'm david wade. tomorrow goes into the history
trump, capping off his unexpected rise with the gop nomination in the run for the white house and the election is expected to be a close one. a new cbs poll just out today has clinton with a 4-point lead over trump. >> our team of reporters has you covered with louisa moller in new hampshire and jon jon kell louisa moller. >> reporter: you can see and hear the lights and the crowd, the kind of event meant to encourage every single donald trump supporter to get out there and vote tomorrow. and it's coming full circle for donald trump in new hampshire. he won the primary in february and is hoping that the granite
donald trump's whirlwind tour of battle ground states began in florida where he jumped on the fbi announcement that there would still be no charges for hillary clinton on her e-mail handling. >> nobody in this room can believe what's going on in washington. nobody in this room can believe what's going on with the fbi and what's going on with the department of justice. >> reporter: the stakes, he told the crowd, are higher than ever. >> this is it, folks. opportunity, not in 4 years or 8 years. it will be over with supreme court justices and people powering into our country. this is it. this is it. >> reporter: from there, on to north carolina where a new poll has him tied. and then new hampshire where some political experts argue that the state's four electoral votes could make a big difference. >> one of the most important things for me is how he looks