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>>i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all america. donald trump elected the next president of the united states. hillary clinton calling him overnight to concede. >>the senate race too close call. massachusetts votes yes on marijuana. reaction from both sides plus the next step. live from the channel 4 studios in boston. this is wbz news this morning. good morning. i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckin in --
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danielle. >>places like norwood sitting in the 30s. right now it's 46 in boston. not as cold as yesterday. the clouds will be on the increase. the clouds will thicken over the next several hours. rain is to our west, just a few showers here and there. your commute will be dry. no issues between now and this afternoon. most of the activity will be late in the day with some scattered showers particularly south of boston. a lot sunshine, isolated shower, 57 by this afternoon. much colder at the end end of the week. good morning, danielle. nothing to slow you down outside. we had construction happening along the pike. 23 construction sites. watch out for crews as you head into the city. there is construction in
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weston. the left lane is closed. donald trump elected president-elect of the united states. >>not to support me in the past, there were a few people. i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >>donald trump vowing to be president for all americans as he addressed supporters just before 3:00 a late night and a very tight race. >>clinton will call trump to concede early this morning. cig boswell as the latest from the white house. >> reporter: donald trump emerged on stage at his election-night headquarters in new york cheered by supporters. >>it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> reporter: the republican
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tuesday wracking up crucial victories in florida, north carolina, and ohio, among others. >>i have not met a single person who doesn't feel like i do and have the same burden on their heart. >> reporter: earlier hillary clinton called trump to concede the race. >>she congratulated us. it's about us, on our victory. and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. >> chairman addressed crowds of supporters. >>i want every person across the country who supported hillary to know that your voices and your enthusiasm means so much to her. >> reporter: fight wins in virginia, colorado, and -- despite wins in virginia, colorado, and nevada, she
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as results trickled in, demonstrators remained outside the white house as they anxiously await the end to the contest. paul ryan, who was critical of -- the dollar has plunged against other currencies. we'll have a report in about five minutes. kate, the unconcern surrounding the trump presidency also put boston police on alert. >>we've got a substantial number of officers that are hanging in there tonight should there be any incident. we're ready, but
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overnight in the boston area. the commissioner says even though there were heavy rains at polling locations, everyone remained well based. >>republicans have held on to the control of the senate. in louisiana neither candidate met the 50% minimum, which means there will be a run-off in december. right now new hampshire's senate race is too close to call. here's a look at where the new hampshire senate incumbent kelly ayotte has a small lead over hassan. ayotte is up by just over 600 votes. both candidates spoke before calling it a night. >>there are still votes to count in a lot of small towns, and we're confident that we're going
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vote is in [ cheers ] >>we're very upbeat about where this race is, but we will not know tonight we believe what the outcome is. and i believe strongly in the fact that we want to have every vote in in this race before we come out and really talk to you about a victory here. >>of course, the ey race, a hard-fought battle with millions of dollars of outside money pouring in. >>we want to give you some results in massachusetts. voters overwhelmingly saying no to question 1. 16% voted no to 39%. question 2 wasn't close either. no to the expansion of charter schools. 26% voting
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raver. those opposed telling us they're happy with the outcome. >>it's a great victory for the students, for education. it's a victory for the possibility of turning schools around rather than abandoning them. >>question 3 in massachusetts passed making it illegal for farms to define pens, hens, and calves. that one passed by 78%. marijuana getting the 54% said yes to recreational marijuana. voters went against top lawmakers who wanted to keep it banned. >>honestly, i'm troubled by it because there's really no test for impairment of being under the influence of marijuana if you're driving a vehicle. i always worry about it. there's too many people getting killed now on our highways with the alcohol. >>we're going to have a major
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the legislature is going to have to act at some point. >>the initiative put limitations where the dispensaries could be located, the number of of them, the number of liquor licenses. >>everybody getting on board those this is a trend and the majority of people think this is reasonable and accessible. >>recreational marijuana isn't legal just t. residents will have to wait until december 15th, and pot shops won't open until 2018. what a trump presidency means for your wallet. >>the market is trum bling on the news of his election. we're also following other news this morning. a murder overnight. the search underway for a suspect. and the warning from police after an inmate escapes in
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breaking news donald trump is president of the united
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the financial fall-out from the election. good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, chris and kate. donald trump's surprise win and uncertainty surrounding his presidency is shocking financial markets. so far tonight we've seen a global market sell-off. at one point dow futures reporting more than an 800-point loss this morning. the issue here is uncertainty. markets do not like uncertainty, and r -- and there are a lot of question marks surrounding donald trump's economic policies. he wants to revamp the tax code and u.s. immigration. there's certain the u.s. could withdraw from major trade agreements. the mexican pace owe dropped
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sharply. chris and kate. >>how does this compare to the brexit vote we just saw? >> reporter: there's a lot of similarities and the mood is similar. if you remember, in the u.k. they had expected the markets at least priced in that the u.k. would decide to stay in the e.u. that vote shocked the market. there was a huge but then markets recovered. i think that's the question now. are we going to see a similar type of thing, a huge sell-off and then a recovery quickly or will this be more long term. we'll have to see, chris and kate. >>thank you, jill. we'll check in with her next hour as well. we want to check in with our forecast with danielle niles. >>not a ton of rain today, for
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of us. maybe worth having an umbrella with you today, no significant rain, though, in, in sight. it looks like over the next 7 to 10 days there won't be much. we'll get into more of an active pattern next week. breezy and cooler tomorrow. windily on veterans' day, quiet, temperatures in the 50s, and then blustery on saturday. the weekend does look dry, but wind chills will be in saturday before -- saturday before making a recovery. 30s in some of the suburbs where you have a little bit of a partial clearing out there, not as cold as yesterday. 35 in bedford. 34 in plymouth, 37 to high an as.
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come ahead of showers. generally light showers for the most part. you notice kind of the coverage has been shrinking over the last hour or so, so i think as the rain comes in a lot of it's going to lose a little bit of steam and it may be a shower or two through the afternoon. the commute will be dry, midday an isolated shower, through early afternoon when we start to see a few more, and then late in the afternoon you get more of for boston back to the south shore and cape. don't expect a lot of rainfall today, i think the most substantial around a 10th of an inch. most of it will wrap up between 9:00 and 10:00. high temperatures not as warm as yesterday. norwood, taunt en, plymouth, 26 degrees.
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as cold as it could be. partly cloudy skies, 30 to 36 in the suburbs and about 38 downtown. no need to worry about frost. the wind is going to stay active tonight, about 10 to 20 miles per hour, and it will be strong tomorrow. in the 50s with sun and clouds for thursday. 52 in boston, 54 in bedford, a pretty normal fall afternoon. veterans' day looks a little bit milder meaning we come up to 57 or 58, but the wind will add bite to the air gusting to 40 miles per hour on friday. saturday still windy and colder, so 44 for a high. we make a rebound sunday into the mid 50s, nice fall day. the weekend is chilly to start but looking dry, up near 60 for the start of next week and we'll still be dry through tuesday. we have an easy right from the north this morning. you can expect a smooth ride just like
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downtown boston. we're also checking things south of the city. you can see route 3 along the south shore, 24 and 95 up to 128 look great and the split is wide open. breaking news right now, the 2016 presidential election has been decided. donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states of america. >>trump won several key states including pennsylvania, ohio, florida. in a speech this morning trump said clinton he ended his speech in new york promising to be the president for all americans. we expect to hear from hillary clinton later this morning. also breaking over night a police shot and killed on savannah avenue just before 11:00 last night. so far no information has been released on suspect or motive. we're urging
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married to the police chief is charged with rape. brian butler was arrested last night. no details on the allegations. police say he's being charged with one count of rape and one count of indecent assault and battery. he's being held on $25,000 bail. an inmate escaped in lawrence. police are searching for robert ready who walked away from the lawrence correctional alternative center minimum security facility that helps low-level offenders become productive members of society. you are urged to call police if you see him. police searching for three men missing who didn't return from a fishing trip yesterday afternoon. the coast guard is using both boat and air patrols in the search. at the same time there's no sign of a man knocked into the
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he was fishing yesterday when a wave hit. the other man was able to swim back to shore and call 911. the missing man is in his 30s. 4:49 right now. half the members from a tufts is a error tee in protest to a trans gender recruit. 40 to 45 women dropped out of the is a error tee. -- sorority. the woman was told not to ex attend bid to the recruit. the cross country team at harvard will be investigated by the school. they recently cancelled the men's soccer team season after finding out they created a document with sexually explicit comments about the women's soccer team. straight ahead, breaking
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president of the united states. >>we'll have much more from his victory speech this morning including an interesting choice of museum. plus what congress will now look like. and new hampshire has elected a new governor. the race called overnight. stay with us with the latest
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. breaking news this morning at 4:52. donald trump the next president of the united states.
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cbs reported hillary clinton called trump to concede the race. >>trump had the lead most of the night but it was still competitive until the swing states started going for trump? america will no longer settle for anything less than the best [ cheering ] >>we must reclaim our country's destiny and dream big and cold and daring. >>voters didn't see much of clinton last night. she sent a tweet saying "whatever happens, thank you for everything." >>trump could be getting a lot of help from congress. >>the help cans retaining control of both chambers. mark albert is here with the details. >>thank you, wisconsin. >> reporter: republicans couldn't contain their joy as they won senate races in state after state. >>tonight was a reminder our charge in the senate is to
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>> reporter: the electorate seemed to send a clear message it wanted change. >>the media, the government, big business, they've all failed us. >> reporter: republicans also retained control of the house, but their promise to shakeup d.c.'s establishment could mean a shakeup in their own house. >>working for you has been one of the greatest honors of my life. at odds with donald trump throughout the campaign and some members say they may look at a pro-trump member to challenge ryan for the speaker seat. >>you're looking at someone who has had exceptional opportunity through his life. >> reporter: john micah lost his seat after serving 12 terps. stephanie murphy thanked
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mark albert cbs news, capitol hill. >>all nine lawmakers in the house of representatives all returned to washington. in new hampshire chris senunu won. at the age of 42 he becomes the country's youngest governor. he had served three terms on the >>in donald trump's suspicious peach -- first speech as president-elect features an interesting choice of museum ?[music]? >>the museum you hear is the theme to air force one. according to a july story the
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to stop using it. during the campaign many americans threatened to move to canada if trump was elected. >>coming up next the evidence this morning that that appears many are actually following
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. this is not a mistake on the screen. people unhappy with the election results crashed the canadian immigration website.
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the online service is currently unavailable." the prime minister kind of likes the idea. he suggested americans check out cape rheton should trump win. >>or they just wanted to lock us out for a while. >>this is the thing, if you like the results, great. if you don't like it, you've got four more years. >>exactly. top stor here on wbz. >>the news at 5:00 starts now. >>ours was not a campaign but, rather, an incredible and great movement. breaking news right now at 5:00. donald trump elected the next president of the united states. hillary clinton calling him to concede overnight. we'll have a closer look at the results. >>keeping a close eye on the granite state, the senate race that's too close to call. and massachusetts voting yes on marijuana. we've got
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you. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning to you. thanks for joining us i'm chris mckinnon. >>and i'm kate merrill. it is wednesday november 9th. we have the latest on the election. but first we want to check out the forecast. danielle, not quite as nice as yesterday. >>there will be some showers around but not quite as cold yesterday. temperature 49 in we have some 30s in the map. yesterday we had 20s. a bit of a chilly start. there may be a touch of some sunshine early this morning and then the clouds will win out along with some showers. but as they come in they tend to fall apart a basement i can't rule out a shower or two, but i think -- they tend to fall apart a bit. i can't rule out a shower or


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