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kraft, handing out turkeys to families. guys, back to you. >> steve, thank you. many of us woke up to a dusting of snow. and gusts of wind bringing down branches and the temperatures as l -- well, and most of us under an advisory. >> and many of us are keeping a close eye on the is eric fisher. a big change after the 60s on saturday, beautiful, and now, colder and a wind advisory still out and just got canceled in the interior areas and winds at 40 to 50 miles per hour and blustery everywhere. it's feeling like 22 in boston and 27, and the snow is still coming down across upstate new york where they have seen over
approaching 2 feet of snow in massachusetts. yeah. peru, mass, 20" so far. norfolk, connecticut, over a foot and redfield, new york, 27" and that's the peak total. for us, partly cloudy skies and windy and cold and back in the 20s and it will feel like teens at times. we'll be dry up and down the easterny seaboard, no ma and as we head into thanksgiving, not a powerhouse storm but a little light freezing drizzle, so slick travel is likely there and a very chilly forecast this week. i'll run through it for you coming up. lisa? >> thank you, eric. state police are getting a steady stream of tips after releasing new information in the murder of jogger vanessa marcotte in august.
colored suv scene near the crime scene and that the killer was probably familiar with the area. david? lisa, this video was shocking, a woman in her 70s in a crosswalk was hit by a minivan that took off. but police tracked down that driver and he was in court today. christina hager is in chelsea with the latest. >> reporter: that woman was left with a cut on her hair line and em hospital with a neck brace. and she is okay but the man accused of hitting her is facing serious charges. anne overruled hernandez tracked down after a search that police circulated from a street camera that shows a 72- year-old woman knocked to the ground in a crosswalk. the driver continuing on, his estranged wife coming to see him in court, shocked. >> i can't believe this is happening.
his kids, who took care of me. he did everything he had to do. >> reporter: but police say it was hernandez in the van and several witnesses saw it, and he would have had to have known he did it. his defense attorney, francisco napolitano. >> he saw the lady and at one point he saw her in the rear- view mirror and had no idea he had hit her, didn't hear anything out of the ordinary, no bump, and that he made contact with another object. he continued. >> reporter: slightly different from the story he gave officers according to the police narrative in court papers. he told the officer as he was looking in one direction, a woman banged her hand on the hood of his car. as he drove away, he saw the woman fall to the ground. it took a day for police to find hernandez at his workplace
vehicle that belongs to his mother who was quiet as she left court. police served hernandez on an unrelated case, failing to pay a fine in a case out of lynn but detained him on the new charges with the judge setting bail at $2,000. christina hager, wbz news. protesters gathered at the statehouse with a peaceful message to stop the hate. the state attorney general's office has on a new hotline, vandalism, harassment, threats based on race and ethnicity and sexual orientation, and today, hundreds were call being for unity and respect. paul burton has more. paul? >> reporter: lisa, when it comes to hate, enough is enough, a strong message on the
step -- steps on the statehouse. a number of organizations joined the anti-defamation league on the steps of the statehouse to speak out for hate. >> we must stand up for those around us. >> reporter: after the tumultuous election, they say enough is enough. in billerica, a is painted and above the fountains, this sign. rallying is not enough, they say, and it must be followed by action. >> we have the opportunity to turn the tide.
time. this requires support. >> reporter: and now is the time, they say, to spread the message of no hate. when you see an injustice, do not remain silent. i'm paul burton, wbz news. back to you. >>thank you, paul. a second officer critically injured in a shootout is headed home in time for thanksgiving. officer matt morris said he is lucky people to thank for it. the big apple service is filing for bankruptcy protection. officialssay they have run out of moneyy -- money with debts surpassing $8 million. two mean with new england connections could be tapped to join the donald trump white
discuss the job of secretary of veterans affairs. brown has been a supporter of donald trump since the campaign began. there are also reports that manchester new hampshire police chief nick willard is considered for a federal law enforcement job but it may be weeks before we know about that one. swiped from a pet store, police say this chihuahua was taken from a sort of and now they are asking for to find the dog. >> reporter: dave, so far, this is a sad story but nobody is giving up. as you mentioned, an adorable chihuahua puppy, swiped from the pet store, swiped from his pen at little house of pets in motors mouth. pet -- portsmouth, and this is where have he called home. the little guy, fawn or cream
they tell us there is no sign any of break ins here. so the best gees is someone swiped this little dog sunday evening or perhaps this morning and they're kind of worried about him. he is only a little guy and requires a special diet. >> we had him on a special diet and were feeding him several times a day, and our concern is he is not gein being that tiny. we are urging whoever did it, please reconsidering bringing the puppy back to us so he is getting the proper care. >> reporter: how sad is that? once again, a look at the little doghouse as police are investigating. the good news is this dog did have a microchip. perhaps if he shows up at a vet, it's probable he will be
out. jim smith, wbz news. >> jim, thank you. here in boston, most people practice hands free driver. but what about driverless driving? >> still to come, the test in boston and how close we are to having a high-tech car. and in webster, one neighbor is suing the other over seagull droppings. we are at the goodwill headquarters here
breaking news out of tennessee, a terrible school bus crash. searchers are telling the cbs station in chattanooga, tennessee at least 12 people are dead. we know the bus here crashed into the house. we do not know the ages of the victims. there were 35 kids on the bus coming from an elementary school. we know the bus driver survived and is cooperating with investigators. we are working to get new
sure to bring it to you. >> wow. well, self-driving cars could be cruising boston streets at the end of the year. nutonomy is teaming up to test the self-driving vehicles exposing them to harsh weather and snow and may be tested on public roads, too, but they will need state approval. and these three cars pulled from the bottom of the meramec. they were ditched over the years for a number of reasons including insurance purposes. some of them still had the keys inside. the group has pulled more than 70 vehicles out of the river. >> i'm guessing they didn't start. a man is suing his neighbor over seagulls. he feeds the birds and they leave a mess on his property. the man is asking for 2000 to
and pressure wash his dock. the officials have issued a cease letter. the woman's lawyer calls the case silly and denies that his client feed the birds. >> stay tuned for that. >> that's a nasty story. >> sure is. let's talk about the mild mess around here that affected traffic, snow. just the tiniest bit, eric, but off to the west, more. big, big differences depending on where you are. we had a coating in maybe some of you share these feelings from danvers: i love the snow. 20" have fallen there in 36 hours so a big difference in massachusetts. and it is average high temp for late december, so a winter day and the coldest day since april
in april, spring. and this wind has been knocking off the last stubborn leaves and the wind advisory across the south shore and the coast and we could see the gusts in the 40 to 50 miles per hour range. the storm systems across southeastern canada, spinning snow across new york state into the berkshires and connecticu exceptional totals for the season and this energy in the middle of the country will be the weather for thanksgiving day, but until then, it's about the chill. wind chills in the teens and 20s and air temperature in the 20s, so bundle up as you are heading outside. the feels like temps, teens and lower 20s. out the door tomorrow morning, same idea, mainly in the teens and maybe the last day of work or school for the week.
a bit of improvement, a couple of degrees warmer and less wind and gusts at 30 to 35 miles per hour out of the northwest and more sunshine, a mix of sun and clouds and a chilly evening. once the sun goes down, we'll dip into the 20s again. in terms of highs, in the low 40s across eastern mass and it will be another cold day for this time of the season, and then as we look forward wednesday, no travel issues tuesday or wednesday, all dry chilly, and wednesday is the brightest day of the whole week and temperatures in the 40s. but as we head into thanksgiving, a weak system from the west will create a gray and cold day and locked in the 30s, and a bit of light precipitation breaks out. since it's cold, that will be in the storm of a few snow showers and freezing drizzle. just a little glaze of ice can
and the high temps will stay mainly below 40, so cold and friday, a few rain and snow showers likely, and then a possible weekend storm especially watching new hampshire and maine and we'll see how this develops in the next few days but a chance of rain and snow for the weekend. tomorrow and wednesday, no travel issues, icy weather on thursday and a chilly forecast through, david and lisa, the coldest stretch since the spring. >> a long a pretty lovely underway. >> an event that the patriots put on, and steve burton is live in roxbury where they are giving out turkeys. steve? >> >> reporter: that's right. they won yesterday but i do have nows that alan branch was suspended for testing positive
suspension, and we are here for the annual thanksgiving in a basket event and we'll hear from mr. kraft who, by the way, was in the locker room yesterday after their win. thanksto the patriots all access, we'll take you inside the locker room. >> how about that one? [laughter] >> awesome game. >> nice to have you back. >> glad to have you back. >> great game, man. >> it was awesome. >> keep >> appreciate you giving me this opportunity. >>thank you. >> great game. >> let's start with ball security. all right. that's what we're talking about. a great job of taking care of it, all right. running the ball and plays good defense and getting good field position and complimentary game. we'll need a lot of these going forward. you know what i think it's time
>> how do we feel? coming out to the bay area and getting it done! >> reporter: all right joining me is the patriots's owner, roberts kraft, and before we get to this, i want to ask about alan branch, suspended 4 games for testing positive for marijuana. your thoughts on that? >> well, that program is a confidential program so i probably for in -- inappropriate for me to say anything. >> reporter: you can't comment? >> he's a great guy but i always call him lemonade. he loves lemonade. >> reporter: handing out baskets every year, it gets bigger and bigger. >> it's so many nice people helping to support this event and the families appreciate it
living in the greatest country in the world and we have a lot to be thankful for and we just had a big election and it's an organized democracy where everyone can protest and do what they want but we are free to do that and not second guess. so i feel very fortunate to be in the country, and i'm thinking also, this is our 23rd year that of we are doing this event. and i'm also reminded. isay hang out with good people and get the turkeys out of your life. this is the one time it's okay to have them. >> reporter: 225 baskets. >> i thought it was 240. >> reporter: you are probably right. >> the families, the little kids are so appreciative and
it's a big weekend for us. >> reporter: talk about the win yesterday in san francisco. >> it hadn't rained in five months, and all day saturday, and during the game, i don't know if the viewers understood it but it was powering. and i'm sorry that lagarrette's run got called back but >> reporter: a nice homecoming for tom? and julian. >> it was sick. the 3, 4 times, the whole stadium especially in the 4th quarter were going "brady." could you hear it on tv? >> reporter: weect. >> it happened in cleveland in the first game but it was amazing. the atmosphere was great and julian catching the first touchdown, all of redwood was really excited. >> reporter: thank you very much, mr. kraft.
happy thanksgiving, everyone. >> reporter: mr. robert kraft, our guest. back to you. >>thank you, and happy thanks g iving to you. and the cbs evening news is next. scott pelley has more scott? >> reporter: david and lisa, great to be you with in boston. we are getting breaking news of a tennessee with as many as a dozen killed in a rollover accident. the latest on that and the trump transition on the cbs evening news. >> scott, thank you. >> we'll be right back after
wake up call to get the kids at school and then to fenway for a workouts but he swears he is not coming back. he writes nobody believes me, not even my teammates thinking i will be showing up at spring training. i wish i could but my body won't do it anymore. getting old stinks. he didn't write stinks, but he said i didn't if i had future but now i have a home. >> it doesn't sound like he is coming back. >> if they throw $25 million at him.
thursday. >> sounds good. thank you. >> sliding into winter. thank you, eric. by cbs >> pelley: breaking news: children have been killed in a school bus crash in tennessee. also tonight, a contender for secretary of homeland security failed to secure his plan to enforce a major trump campaign promis >> i've got an officer down in from the of headquarters. >> pelley: the manhunt for a cop killer. and one of the most dangerous places to be this holiday season. >> how well do you think people drive in parking lots? >> not very well at all. i think it's cut-throat. >> this is this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. scott pelley is reporting tonight from phoenix, arizona. >> pelley: we begin tonight