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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
we head through the late morning and afternoon. cold and frosty sunrise 6:27 out of the 30s and 40s we climb into the 50s by lunchtime. sunny, mild with a light wind topping out in the low 60s today about 10 degrees above average pleasant for the ride home as the sunsets at 4:28 temperatures will still be running in the mid-50s as the polls come to a close i'm counting rain tomorrow we'll get you out on the roads, quiet start. >> a live look at tr is so dark out there i think they forget to turn the lights on. it is an easy ride all the way into the city on 93 south there is also a closure on 128 north in burlington at the middlesex turnpike the ramp is clopsed for some construction. breaking over night, crews are responding to a water main break in boston this was the scene on com av, water just pouring through the streets there, no word yet on how long
kate? >> campaign 2016 now coming to an end as voters head to the polls today. over night the attorney of new hampshire held its traditional midnight vote, hillary clinton beat donald trump 4-2, gary johnson got one vote, mitt romney earned 1 right in both. both candidates fighting for every single vote. >> trump and clinton each held rallies wrapping up a long day and an even longer election season cbs's craig the latest. >> hillary clinton made her 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 just my name or donald trump's name on the ballot, it is the kind of country we want, it is every issue anyone cares about. >> the star studded rally came as voters in the small town of new hampshire cast the first in-
giving clinton a 4-2 win over rival donald trump. >> ill think she is a strong person i think she has the experience. >> trump held its own midnight rally in the battleground state of michigan a democrat leaning state eyeing to turn red today. >> today we're going to win a great state of michigan and we are going to win back the white house. >> 42 million votes have already been cast making today really the final day to vote at polling places like this one northern virginia. trump's daughters courted voters in the state yesterday where 13 electoral votes are up for grabs. >> everyone knows to get them out to vote. in pennsylvania clinton was joined by president obama and the first lady michelle obama. >> this country has always been great. >> 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
craig boswell, cbs news, sterling, virginia. the campaign trail rolled through massachusetts, libertarian bill weld rallied with supporters, from our governor is on the ticket with gary johnston. security will be tight at polling places nationwide in the department of justice sending 500 federal election monitors to 28 states including massachusetts monitors will be in quinsy to watch for any voter irregularities this is standard procedure. seats are all up for grabs 5 of the cases are uncontested 1 million voters have cast early ballots here in massachusetts another 3 million are expected to vote today polls are open from 7:00 this morning until 8:00 tonight. nicole jacobs is live in west rocksbury with more on this. after today these political signs will mean absolutely nothing. they'll start going away and in about 2 hours voters will start
massachusetts but already 1 million of them have done so and that's thanks to something new for massachusetts early voting. >> we see this day every four years, but this time massachusetts did it differently opening up early voting and voters turned out in droves. >> resulting in 1 million massachusetts voters casting ballots. >> 1 million stood in long lines wrapped around buildings and even with that secry william galvin anticipates millions more. >> the weather is going to be good the level of interest is high. >> the preparation is in the books galvin says and security all accounted for. >> we do have private contractors that we hire on a regular basis to verify the security of our system and make sure there are fire walls on the system. >> with high voter turn out expected scenes will likely repeat themselves for an election sure to go down in a
presidential elections have resulted in more than 3 million ballots cast. if that holds true, this presidential election, there is still about 2 million more people to vote. we of course have everything you need to know about today, where you can vote, how long polls are staying open, all of that is on our website. we're live in west rocksbery. we have a lot of information not just the race for president in massachusetts vo ballot questions here in the bay state. ballot question one, expanding slots parlor. a yes vote on question one would permit the gaming commission to license one additional slot machine gaming establishment a no vote on question one would make no change to the current gaming laws. let's go to ballot question new, expanding charter schools a yes vote would allow for up to 12 approvals each year for
existing charter schools. a no vote on this would make no change in current laws relative to the charter schools you see the information right there. ballot question three farm animal conditions a yes vote on this question would prohibit anconfinement of pig and hens that would extend them from fully extending their limbs or move around freely. we'll go to ballot question 4 this is a marijuana in the state. a yes vote would allow people 21 and older to prevent, possess and transfer marijuana products containing marijuana concentrated including edibles and cultivate marijuana in the bay state a yes vote would provide regulation and taxation of commercial sale of marijuana products a no vote would make no change in current laureltive to marijuana. >> and in the race for president the granite state
are waiting until the last minute to make their decision life in manchester new hampshire this morning with the latest on this. ana, good morning. >> good morning both candidates have been fighting hard for new hampshire and the race is tight we caught up with some voter here at the popular ed arrow diner in manchester new hampshire and some people still don't know what they were going to do when they head to the polls this morning. >> i'm feeling very anxious for this election to be over. >> election day is put it behind them. >> it is tough, it is tough it is the tough year. >> even though some are heading to the polls without their minds made up yet. >> 12 and 13-year-old, i don't know i don't know what the destiny is for this country it is scary. >> the race is tight in new hampshire, with four votes up for grabs hillary clinton and donald trump spent extra time
mark buckley plans on voting republican for the first time in his life. >> i think that donald trump has done a democrat or republican but candidate for the people. >> hillary. >> linda made the trip from the boston area she is frustrated with the attention surrounding the democrat candidate e-mails that appear to give trump a boost in the polls. >> who wouldn't be, it would be a joke, not funny, again it is very dangerous. when henry roy heads to e trump in the white house. >> trump won the primary here i think people think it is time for a change. >> most polling places happen in just about an hour and will stay open until 7:00 tonight reporting live from manchester, wbz this morning. new hampshire's tight race could swing the balance power kelly ayotte will wrap up 24 hours of campaigning she
morning she is making stops in 24 cities and towns she'll end at 8:00 this morning in nashua where she'll vote with her family. democrat challenger governor will vote, hasan joined president obama at a clinton rally in durham. wbz and cbs news have you covered. we'll have special live coverage at 7:00. they'll stay on all night if necessary with the latest on the race for president at 9:00 cbsboston.com or on our facebook page for a special election webcast. 5:10 a celebrity appearance turned into chaos at a cambridge mall police using pepper spray to get things under control. more than 1,000 people filled the side galleria mall, rapper designer and celtics jaylen brown some started shoving and people trampled that's when
juveniles, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. >> everyone ran down fell on top of each other got pepper sprayed everyone keeps running out in fear everyone keeps getting run over and hurt. >> it is supposed to be a fun event turns into something else. >> brown sent out a tweet shortly after the chaos says he hopes to reschedule soon no word yet from designer. a flight to remember for all the wrong passengers spotted a poisonous snake on their plane. >> this is john keller you haven't voted and not sure if you're going to? all the reasons why that's the wrong thing to do when wbz this morning continues. temperatures in the 20s and 30s out the door right now, it is going to be a bright and beautiful day today with temperatures in the 50s by recess low 60s by the time we get to the bus ride home for
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poisonous snake sparking panic mid-flight on monday with a 5 feet long green viper the flight made an emergency landing the airline is investigating how the snake got on the plane how do they do that? do they question the snake? how do they discover how that happened? that would totally freak me out. i don't think you're allowed to carry that on in your luggage on carry on. you might have to check that. >> no, i think so. it should be checked. i can't even imagine. >> snakes on a plane, a movie. >> put the plane downright now, absolutely. >> frosty, we may need to scrape the windshield, it is a chilly start, 20s, 30s on the map we'll be making a nice rebound later this afternoon 39 in boston currently 31 in lawrence, we were in the mid-
seacoast, portsmouth, 30s on the cape at least from the vineyard to 34 in falmouth, skies are clear and we were in for bright sunshine today, literally a cloudless sky we may get a couple high thin clouds that increase during the second half of the afternoon otherwise we're waiting on this thin band of rain. pushing back through parts peninsula, this is going to approached the region by tomorrow today is no weather- related issues as you head out to the polls to cast your ballot clouds to start in the morning areas push from west to east, either out of here for the most part for the evening commute, thursday is a mix of sun and clouds quiet to end the week. 60s to 64 degrees about 10 degrees above average certainly
clouds will increase tonight but won't be as cold 45 downtown upper 30s in the coolest suburb high tomorrow cooler but this time of the year we should be in the mid- 50s still a little bit of an above average day upper 50s to low 60s for high temperatures about 57 in boston, the rain does come through in terms of showers starting as early as early to mid-morning notice by 8:30 any of the showers primarily outside 495 to have the umbrella or raincoat with you tomorrow is g brief period notice how new hampshire kind of removed for most of it by noontime pockets of rain from metro west back to the southeast part of the state by mid-afternoon boston points south to the cape, drying out in the central parts of the state a few lingering showers on the cape and the island the south shore into the ride home.
quieting down thursday, nice veterans day mid-50s a quiet weekend over all it will be chilly on saturday with a gusty wind low 50s on sunday, looking good for the pats and upper 50s on monday. traffic in the tunnel starting to pick up but we have great drive times just 11 minutes from the split up to the pike. if you were the south we're still in great shape 95 and 24 up to 128 are and the south shore. demolition on the mass pike are on time and ahead of schedule. mass dot says six toll areas on the pike have now completed the first phase of removal in lane construction but they were scheduled to be done two weeks from now. so they are really ahead officials are reminding drives to obey the speed limit as this second phase of construction begins this entire project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017. we still have a ways to go,
morning john keller has all the reasons why under get out and vote today. good morning. it is a beautiful day for voting don't you think? if you're among the 80% of us who didn't vote early, this is your last chance but i know there are some of you who won't bother to go vote today for a variety of reasons. just give me a moment because i want to tabling some of those on. john, i hear some of you thinking, i can't stand hillary clinton or donald trump and beside my vote wins massachusetts. well, i feel your pain. but the democrat doesn't always win here. ronald reagan carried massachusetts in 1980 and 1984. and a protest vote for one of the two minor parties the greens or libratarians hope parties stay viable in the future. besides there are plenty of important choices to be made
5 of the 9 incumbent members of congress have challengers every state rep and senator is on the ballot should all become a free pass would want a look see from you? two of the four ballot questions express important issues school choice options for low income citizens in question two and legalizing marijuana in question four. are you really okay with letting others decide those? supporter of yes on two, and no on four. have you no interest in sending a message to him pro or con? if you don't put it off until after work you won't have a
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 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 in voting yes on 2. my name is barbara and i make dog chow natural. now that i work there, i value the food even more. i feed it to yoshi because there are no artificial colors, preservatives and it's made with real chicken.
. welcome back, two red sox stars in the running for big post-season honors. dominating at the garden, dan roach has more in your morning sports. good morning everyone a strange start to the bruins season as they hosted the buffalo sabers last night. the b's began with an okay 6 and 5 record, strange that boston with an impressive 5 and 2 on the road but one and three on guard night obviously they were hoping to change that trend.
bruin power play shot hit the goalie and trickled in. his fifth of the year, bruins will take it and take a 1-0 lead. later in the second. b's with a power play and david gets his first of the season good for him. bruins up 2-0. a big night 32 for his 32nd career shutout bruins win 4-0. a good one for the bruins they'll be in montreal to battle the and back at practice getting ready for sunday's match up with the seahawks their first meeting since super bowl xlix we all remember that pats were up late seattle knocking on the door to take the lead when malcolm butler take the play. bill belichick says they'll watch that game to prepare for sunday. >> we'll definitely take a look at that there is a lot of carryover from defense for many of the players also carryover on offense for some of the key
receivers i would say their scheme what they do hasn't changed dramatically, ours hasn't changed dramatically either. much more on the pats, more with brady, pats all access right here on wbz, start your sunday at 11:30, pats and seahawk play sunday night football after the game tune over here to wbz for our fifth quarter post game show at baseball, one of three finas announced yesterday david ortiz not, rick is the finalist for the al cy young award as well the winners will be announced next week i'm dan roach wbz sports. still to come a closer look at question two. the debate over charter schools now up to the voters what you need to know before you head to the polls. and the race for senate in new hampshire is in the national spotlight we'll have a
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power. what you need to know about question two. live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz news this morning. good morning everyone thanks for joining us. it is tuesday, november 8th, it is election day, finally here. >> you know what we have no controversy, no issues when it comes to danielle in her forecast because everything looks pretty good. >> no controversy free, the weather today is cooperating as you cast your ballot. 27 in new bedford, 30s and 40s on the cape there is frost out there, if you park outside you want to leave an extra minute or two to scrape the windshield. cloudless sky, clear skies sun is going to be shining it will be with us from start to finish as you head to the polls a
pleasant the wind will be light just beautiful 4 p.m. temperatures right around 60 degrees mild and dry cooling back through the 50s this evening i'm tracking some rain for tomorrow i'll have the time line coming up let's get you on the roads as it is starting to get busy brianna. remember that water main break? t-service has been impacted here is what you need to know for service at com street, this is for the entire day until the t says otherwise. the expressway is picking up we'll get closer to a 20 minute drive time from the split to the pike. chris? thank you very much. the campaign 2016 coming to an end as voters head to the polls over night the tamlet held its traditional midnight vote. hillary clinton beat donald trump 4-2, gary johnson got one vote and mitt romney earned one
states will likely decide the presidential election new hampshire with its four votes is one of those states the senate race is getting just as much attention. because the outcome could swing the balance of power in washington. we were live in manchester with more on that very close race for us, ana. >> reporter: the republican senator kelly ayotte made a campaign stop here at the red arrow diner here campaigning across 24 cities and towns making a final appeal as election day begins ayotte boasted hermaner of getting things done and says this will be her objective if re-elected. >> make sure we're getting together to solve problems that means continue to focus on the heroin epidemic we passed a law but continue to get resources here focusing more on
care they've earned instead of the bureaucracy they often deal with. >> ayotte's challenger joined president obama at the clinton rally in durham new hampshire yesterday, she encouraged people to vote hillary clinton for president and talked about why she is running for a seat in the u.s. senate. >> i'm running for the united states senate because i want to see a future where everyone who works hard has an opportunity to get ahead where our mid-ing class is growing and thriving and parents can feel confident that their children will have a better future. this race is being watched across the country because the outcome will have control of the senate. wbz this morning. more than 3 million voters are expected to cast their ballots here in massachusetts. >> the 9 congressional seats
races are uncontested more than 1 million voters cast early ballots and the polls open at 7:00 and close at 8:00 tonight. >> and one most controversial question is question two which will extend the cap on charter schools, we are live with a closer look at that debate, nicole. >> chris in addition to the presidential race there are several small congressional races question number two is getting a lot of reaction from not only parent school officials but governor baker listing the cap on charter schools which could allow new charter schools to open every year, it gives kids more options to good schools opponents say it chips away at
>> the objective is to uplift students. >> i spend $1,000 a month on outside tutors to catch her up they could not in four years and $40,000 of my money catch my daughter up. >> now just to be clear, a yes for question 2 is is supporting charter schools you want to lift the cap so more charter schools can open a no to question two means you don't support charter schools and would like the existing law to remain intact. of course there are three other ballot questions we'll have all that information on our website as well that's the latest from west rocksbury. cbs news has you coveredscott pelley and our entire team will be on stay on all night if necessary for the
our team on cbsboston.com and our page for a special webcast. straight ahead extra motivation to get out and vote today where voters can score some free deals. how the election could impact the markets what investors are predicting. weather watchers checking in with chilly temperatures definitely want to warm up the car scrape the windshield in spots as you head out temperatures are running in the 20s in areas eric checking in with 28 degrees and clear skies says if of voting at least it will be nice out, it is going to be gorgeous into the 60s we go
tracking rain for tomorrow the
. new this morning a custody agreement has reportedly been reached between angelina jolie and brad pitt a representative says jolie will have sole custody of their pitt will receive quote therapeutic visits pitt asked for joint custody, the actor declined to comment jolie filed for divorce in september. extra incentives to cast your ballot why canada could see an influx of american workers. how the election is impacting the markets jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange with today's money watch good morning jill. >> good morning chris and kate the markets open on this
biggest rally the nasdaq added 119 points stocks are surging word that the fbi finished on hillary clinton's e-mails and won't press charges, polls are still tight and analysts say if trump wins tonight you can expect a brixit-like sell out tomorrow that would bring more uncertainty that economic and trade policies now in the run up to the election you may have heard jokes about people moving to canada, it turns out more amers for jobs there. the job search engine monster worldwide says the number of americans looking for work rose by nearly 60% compared to last year. and if you do vote you could score freebies show your i voted sticker and get a free cookie at great american cookie and a day pass at gold's gym. 7-eleven is giving out free
eleven app. chris and kate. i've already lost my sticker what do i do! >> maybe they'll take your word for it, okay? >> all right. you trust her. all right jill thank you. the whole i work on tv thing doesn't work, no. they are like okay you can pay coming up the latest on election day. >> including a vote that's out of this world what one american had to do to space. >> here in massachusetts 1 million ballots have already been cast with early voting and state officials have a big project for today we'll tell you about it coming up. here in the battleground state of new hampshire there are four electoral votes up for grabs we're catching up with voters at the red arrow diner in manchester hear what they
massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, 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. please join me and
. turns out you don't have to be on earth to cast your ballot. nasa says the astronaut recently filed his ballot for the president election on board the international space station, he posted this picture online a year before launch the astronaut select which they want to participate in and then ask for an absentee ballot. >> only take back via mail. >> express mail. we are looking at a nice day to go to the polls danielle. >> it is going to be beautiful the sun is going to be shining drama free in the weather today as you head out to cast your ballot scattered showers do come through tomorrow there is no significant rain in site most of us will end up with a 10th of an inch or less from the showers that come through tomorrow afternoon, breezy and cooler on thursday, a seasonal
sun and clouds and a blustery saturday windchill going to be in the 30s on saturday with a gusty wind and highs only topping out in the mid-40s on saturday afternoon. 39 in boston right now 31 in lawrence we've got 20s on the map at the frosty start you want to leave an extra minute or two to scrape that windshield. nashua bedford, same in jeffrey, 30 in fitchburg, and vineyard, look at the satellite radar nothing to talk about here cloudless sky we're in for sunshine from start to finish once it comes occupy this is our weather for tomorrow this is the thin band of showers pushing through the great lakes that is going to approach us by the time we get to tomorrow morning and afternoon so your morning commute will get wet in spots not a huge issue, not slow you down all that much notice by 8, 8:30, pockets of light rain these do expand east
through the valley we'll get into a little period of rain either side of midday. notice worcester drying out early afternoon and then from 2:30 on ward it is boston back down to the cape that deals with pockets of rain most will be drying out with the commute, with a left over sprinkle, how much rain? keep in mind it is one depiction. little the cape and island other than that most of us see actually a deficit tomorrow we need at least .10 of an inch over that to get a normal day of precipitation. 62 in boston, beautiful mild air with the wind 64 in fitchburg right around 60, plymouth to taunton, the cape
upper 30s, 45 downtown highs tomorrow, upper 50s and low 50s on thursday middle 50s, a rebound on sunday pats game looking quiet and dry upper 50s to start next week, brianna. watch out for an accident on 24 north near exit 20 and there is stop and go traffic down to 18 you have slow downs on root three by union street we have bumper to bumper traffic on the expressway, the park way up to the circle but your drive time is still around 20 minutes from the split to the pike not too bad chris and kate? >> election day is here millions getting ready to head to the polls and cast their vote. in one new hampshire community the votes are already in here are your top stories for this tuesday morning. the hamlet new hampshire held its midnight vote, hillary
gary johnson got one vote and mitt romney earned one write in vote two other hamlets voted at midnight, hillary clinton got 17 compared to 14 for donald trump but trump was the overwhelming favorite in millsfield, he got 16 votes four for clinton new hampshire law allows communities with less than 100 voters to open their polls at midnight. i'm nicole jacobs live wh locations throughout the state of massachusetts they open at 7:00 this morning but of course we've already had early voting over the last couple of weeks and that has brought out more than 1 million voters already casting their ballots voters came out in droves many were wrapped around buildings and voters waited for hours to cast their vote still secretary
presidential elections brought out more than 3 million voters so if that is to hold through this year, still 2 million more to go. we'll have more on this coming up at 6:00 we're live in west rocksbury nicole jacobs wbz this morning. here in new hampshire most polling locations own in just about 10 minutes there are four electoral votes in this battleground clinton and donald trump hoping to sway any undecided voters. believe it or not there are people heading to the polls unsure which way they'll go this morning we're catching up with people here at the red arrow diner in manchester hear what they have to say coming up live in manchester wbz this morning. a celebrity appearance turns into chaos at a cambridge mall a crowd of more than 1,000 people got out of hand at the
a rapper deseener, some were arrested for disturbing the peace. a discovery in south carolina, they found a third body of suspected serial killer they are scouring the field after finding a woman chained up in a storage container the suspect could be connected to 7. and one student is recoveng phone charger sparked a hazmat situation. a student was using it when it started a spark and a staff member came running to help. >> went to the bathroom tried to isolate it put it in a bucket of water and started to off gas. >> students had to be evacuated a hazmat tested the air and determined it was safe.
deaths related to heroin is declining. state health officials say there has been 1,000 cases of unintentional heroin over dose deaths in the first 9 months in all of 2014 there were nearly 1600 the report found cases ems transimportants. jailing defendants for failing to pay court fines a practice used by some district court judges w new report says in 2015 there were there's 105 instances, three of those counties lawmakers are calling for the state to lower the charges and come up with alternatives. boston's fbi is setting up shop in chelsea local operations will be based at this new building on maple street. the state of the art 8 story building features better security and upgraded
stand alone building in the area. a new manager has been named to head up the green line extension the general manager says john dalton will head up the $2.3 million project. dalton has transportation from chicago to dubai and he'll report directly to shortsleeve for the project. congratulations to commissioner william evans for running the new york ci marathon. >> he completed his first career marathon evans says he was excited to run in the 46th annual race and thanked the nypd and thanked them for keeping runners face. 51st marathon. 51st! he is a man of steal. gets up at 4:00 in the morning. >> with knees of steal. fun to help you cope with this election stress. how steven colbert is urging americans to get out and
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. good morning thanks for joining us, it has tuesday november 8th after months of campaigning it comes down to this polls opening in just about an hour in the first votes cast over night in new hampshire we have the results. >> breaking over night a water main break impacting the commute right now, delays after water gushed into the street. chaos in cambridge a crowd pepper sprayed when a celebrity appearance gets out of control. there is a lot to get to on this tuesday morning first we'll get a check of the weather and election day. sounds like it will be a nice one, the sun will be