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. right now at 4:30 aftermonths of campaigning polls open the first votes cast over night in new hampshire we have the results. massachusetts voters also get to the side for ballot questions including the controversial of charter schools and marijuana the me >> chaos in cambridge a crowd pepper sprayed when a crowd gets under control. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, it is wbz news this morning. thanks for joining us i'm kate merril. it is tuesday election day. >> a lot to get to. we want to talk about the forecast, no controversy, no
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comes to danielle in her forecast. more 20s on the map than this time yesterday, it is 24 norwood, 25 in taunton, 25 in pittsburgh, boston where the wind is still activity 46 in province town. it is a frosty start you may want an extra minute or two to scrape the windshield, clear skies over head, we are in for sunshine from start to finish. temperaturil still when the polls open for a lot of spots cold and frosty sunrise coming up at 6:27. sunny, mild with a light wind through the afternoon. thursday will temperatures in the upper 50s, quite pleasant through the ride home and when the polls close temperatures in the mid-50s with the sunset at 4:28 tracking rain for tomorrow i'll have the hour by hour time line coming up let's get you on
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the traffic is working along the pike. 128 and left, northbound and westbound for the mass pike. we have breaking news over night crews responding to a water main break in boston this is the scene on come com av. no word how long repairs can take. >>ca end as voters head to the polls the over night of new hampshire held its midnight vote. hillary clinton beat donald trump there 4-2, gary johnson got one vote, mitt romney earned one write-in vote. both fighting for every single vote. >> trump and clinton held rallies wrapping up a long day and even longer election
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final campaign push in the critical state of north carolina over night with the help of celebrity friends lady gaga and bon jovi. >> it is not my name, or donald trump's name on the ballot it is every issue, everyone cares about. >> the star-studded rally me a 4-2 win over rival donald trump. >> i think she had the experience. >> and the battleground state of michigan. >> today we're going to win the great state of michigan and we're going to win back the white house. 42 million votes have already been cast making today the final day to vote at
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northern virginia. trump's daughters courted voters in the state yesterday where 13 electoral votes are up for grabs. >> everyone you know sent them out to vote. >> clinton was joined by michelle obama. >> clinton goes into today's contest with more ways to win the white house in order for trump to win he'll have to take pennsylvania, florida, and ohio to reach 270 electoral vo virginia. the campaign trail also road through massachusetts, bill rallied with supporters at daniel hall. the former governor on the ticket with gary johnson. >> security will be tight at polling places and the department of justice sending 500 federal election monitor to 26 states in massachusetts monitors will be in quincy this
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state's 9 congressional seats are all up for grabs 5 of those races are uncontested more than 1 million voters cast early ballots near massachusetts another three are expected to vote today polls are open from 7:00 this morning until 8:00 tonight. >> we're not talking about the race for president voters can decide on ballot questions backing a yes vote which could lift the cap on charter schools spirited arguments yesterday. >> this cap needs to be lifted and needs to be lifted now. we're not just a campaign everybody, we're not a moment, we are a movement. >> we want to invest not divest in our public education. that's what this is about, since 1780 in the state of massachusetts we've had public schools. >> backers of the yes vote on
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they handed out leaflets in support of legalization and social media to plead their case, including charlie baker and shawn o'malley opponents say marijuana legalization would be tough to regulate. there are two other questions being decided a yes vote on question one would allow the state to expand slot machine gaming adding a second slot casino there is already one operating in plainville, also the sale on noncage free eggs and confinement of animals that prevents them from lining down or fully extending their limbs. cbs news has you covered all day and tonight scott pelley will begin special i election cover tonight at 7:00 stay on all night if necessary at the race for president at 9:00 join
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our page for a special webcast. a celebrity appearance turned into chaos at a cambridge mall people using pepper spray. more than 1,000 people filled the mall hoping to see rapper designer jaylen brown. some were trap app trampled some were arrested with disoly disturbing the peace. >> everyone fell on top of each other and we got pepper sprayed now everyone keeps running out in fear and everyone keeps getting run over and hurt like her. >> it is supposed to be a fun event, turn into something else. >> jaylen brown sent out a tweet saying he hopes to reschedule soon no word yet
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deaths there is 1,000 case of unintentional over dose deaths in the first nine months in all of 2015 there were 1600 the report found a steady increase in opioid related cases record requiring ems transport. >> and a burlington suspect that this man robbed the street yesterday afternoon demanded money from the teller and took off on foot he is 6 feet 1" with facial hair and a baseball hat anyone with information should call police. a custody agreement between brad pitt and angelina jolie what this means for their six kids. the demolition of tole boths and the impact on drives. the impact on the election on financial markets and why more americans may be moving to
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? our neighborhood public schools.
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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, vote no on question 2. . new this morning a custody agreement has reportedly been reached between angelina jolie and brad pitt a representative
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custody of their kids while pit will receive therapeutic, they declined to comment. more employees giving people the day off to vote. >> americans bracing for our election results jill wagner joins us live from our election. >> the market is open election day after their biggest rally in months. stockssurge the fbi finishing on hillary clinton's e-mails and won't press charges, polls are still tight, some analysts city if donald trump wins tonight we can expect a brixit- like sell off in the markets tomorrow that's because he is more of a wild card, bring more uncertainty of that economic and trade policies. many employers are giving their workers this election day
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general motors spotifi, western union closing their storesothers giving workers lee way so they can cast ballot. we've heard people with jokes about moving to canada and some are really looking for work. monster worldwide says a number of americans looking for work in canada rose by 60% compared to last year. chris >> that's because they have catsup potato chips. why else would you want to go up there? they say a after everything. >> thank you, a? i mean, who doesn't love that accent. >> who doesn't love canada? it's beautiful and cold. >> danielle, my car warned me today it is cold enough the roads can be icy i was like, no, no, no, no, no. >> the car warned you?
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there is frost out there you definitely want an extra minute our two to scrape the windshield, warm up the car 40 at low can airport we have a lot of 30s and 20s on the map as you are stepping out 27 in laconia, concord new hampshire, 27 in plymouth, upper 20s in nashua and bedford, norwood, 28 in plymouth after temperatures in the 40s at this time 32, low 30s in nantucket, 46 in province town, we're not dealing with any ocean affect clouds like yesterday bright sunshine once it comes up high pressure in control pumping the mild air today what we're waiting on for tomorrow are a couple showers notice not that significant but they are pushing it is a thin band right through the upper peninsula of michigan so this is a front that's going to approach us as we head into the
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you cast your ballot if you voted early you get to enjoy a beautiful day tomorrow morning clouds in place there will be showers that push through from west to east really kind of a pocket of light rain most of us, though, end up with less than a 10th of an inch or right around there it is not a significant rain event by thursday it is out of here a blend of sun and built-in clouds in the afternoon a little bit cooler as we head into the end of the week. let's time things out for tomorrow i think there will be pockets of showers for the morning commute this is a at 8:30 notice the focus mainly outside of 495 a little area of rain in worcester, metro west by late morning pockets of rain starting to dry out in the quarter in worcester county, by 2:30 most of the action is boston down to the cape there may be a few moderate downpours by the evening commute there may be a few pockets of rain on cape cod. temperatures lower 60s for a
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most of us on the cape and low to mid-60s through the interior, going to feel nice making a nice rebound we'll get an increase of clouds actually not in the 30s it will be in the 40s over night for a lot of us some of the coolest suburb. and tomorrow upper 50s low 60s wind is going to shift around behind that rain out of the northwest later on and then thursday we cool off a bit. breezy, temperatures with sun and clouds mid-50s pretty normal for this time of the year the weekend looks quiet but it will be chilly low to mid-40s on saturday, a little rebound on sunday looks quiet and good sunday night and upper 50s on monday. we have light traffic on the expressway by columbia road still a quick 10 minutes from the split to the pike further back in randolph the shoulder is closed over exit 24 and
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20 minutes before rush hour. >> demolition is on time and even ahead of schedule. mass dot says 6 toll areas on the pike have now completed the first phase of removal and lane reconstruction there were scheduled to be done in two weeks from now officials are reminding drivers to obey the speed limit as the second phase of construction begins. this entire project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017. kate? thank you. a new manager has be head up the mta's green line extension. the general manager says that john dalton will head up the $2.3 million project. hep has major transportation construction and projects from chicago to tubi and will connect with short sleeve for the project. in the charles river we first told you yesterday morning investigators say a ford explorer hit a red light
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intersection of memorial drive and the hyundai started to smoke so the driver jumped out and rolled into the river. police sited the explorer driver. students are recovering this morning a cell phone charger started to spark and sparked a hazmat situation at the manville a student was using it when it happened when a staff member came running to help. >> they took us bathroom, isolated put in a bucket filled it with water. 8 people were taken to the hospital as a precaution, felt lightheaded students never had to be evacuated a hazmat crew went in and cleaned the area tested the air and determined it was safe. >> a brighton man charged with murder and char jacking in everett. 27-year-old keith hairing called a victim to arrange a
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accused of shooting 21-year-old gary of stoneham and stealing his car. investigators say they were able to track down hairing through the victim's cell phone. jury deliberations starts in a deadly drunk driving trial. he is charged with the death of susan macky and daughtershe admitted to having four beers and driving in court he was asked the moment before the impact. >> what happened? >> investigators say the victim's car crossed the center line and hit the trooper but his blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit, both cars were speeding. the boston's fbi has a new
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chelsea. local fbi operations will be on maple street the state of the art 8-story building features better security and upgraded technology this is the first time in history the fbi has a stand alone building in the boston area. 4:50. did tom brady vote for donald trump? >> what the candidate and quarterback are both saying this morning. new hampshire's close senate race how both are spending their final hours
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, 2. 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." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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. the first election day votes cast in new hampshire over night hillary clinton won the traditional midnight vote by a margin trump, mitt romney got a vote. two others wrote in in harts location hillary clinton got 17, 14 for donald trump, trump was the favorite, 15 for 4, and allowing with those with less than 100 voters to open at midnight. >> clinton and trump ended a
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midnight. clinton closed out her campaign after a stop in the battleground state of north carolina, trump held his rally in grand rapids michigan a generally democratic state. >> today is our independence day today the american working class is going to strike back. >> there is no reason, my friends, why america's best days are reach for them together! clinton was joined on stage in north carolina by singers lady gaga and jon bon jovi. donald trump had two patriots coach bill belichick wished him great results and tom brady called him with this message. >> and he said, donald, i support you, you're my friend
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>> brady told weei that he hadn't voted yet and on the radio jim gray asked the quarterback if there was something special he wanted to hear from either candidate. >> i'm interested what they have to say, it's obviously been a lot of attention this election period and may the best candidate win the people will certainly choose that's always an exciting time of year when the presidential election, i've always been fascinated but interested to see how this turns out. >> brady's wife telling fans they do not support donald trump on her instagram page one user wrote, i heard you and tom were backing trump is that true? she replied, no with an explanation point. 34 seats are up for grabs many eyes will be on the close race to new hampshire that could turn the balance of power in that chamber, our senators
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part of the tour across the state began at 5:00 and will finish campaigning at 8:00 in nashua where she will vote with her family. democrat challenger will vote with her family in newfield this morning, yesterday she introduced president obama at a clinton rally in durham. after you vote today you can cash in on some freebies. the local company offering deals in what you need to
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ben hassan is my older brother.
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and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on 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. ? i'm maggie hassan 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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. welcome back, 4:58 as you head out to the polls don't forget to take advantage of a few freebies for voters. >> magic bean toy store is offering 20% off, and giving away free fountain sodas if you have a i voted sticker. also free access to a gold gym if you show sticker. >> i think some yoga places should give free yoga places so we can relax and calm. >> or maybe a massage, spa day. >> your top stories weather and traffic are here on wbz, your news at 5:00 starts right now. right now at 5:00, it is decision day in 2,016,000,000s heading to the polls the pick the next president a closer look at both candidates in the last minute pitch to voters. >> four ballot questions taking
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voters getting the final say on those issues including charter schools and marijuana, what you need to know. >> also this morning wild scene at a local mall as the crowd gets pepper sprayed how a sneaker signing got out of hand. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston. this is wbz news this morning. good morning to you thanks so much for joining us. >> it is tuesday november 8th, election day, we've got a t get a check of that tuesday forecast with danielle. >> it is going to be quiet as you head out to cast your ballot at the polls chilly, 20s on the map, 24 norwood, 25 in taunton 35 in boston, 23 in keen, there is scattered frost, it is thick in spots you may need an extra minute or two to scrape the windshield, clear skies sunshine and smooth

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