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. right now at 6 breaking news overnight. one driver suffers life-threatening injuries in a crash in boston. a mattapan woman found dead inside her apartment. the latest on the investigation. there is a winning power ball ticket. we'll tell you what state is cashing in on one of the biggest jack record. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, everybody. thank you so much for joining us. today is sunday, november 27th. i'm nicole jacobs, and we have got some good weather and some rainy weather on tap for this week. we turn to pamela gardner. good morning. >>good morning.
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fog all out of here unless you're on the cape. but for the rest of us partly cloudy and it looks like temperatures are starting off very seasonal, boston 37 degrees with wind picking up now. because of that we have a wind chill so your real-feel 28 in boston, 30 in taunton and 39 degrees in chatham, one of the milder spots. for this afternoon, 46 degrees, breezy conditions still this evening falling to 42 degrees and satellite radar picture shows a few clouds across cape ann and the outer cape, but the rest of us full sunshine ahead for later today. how long the sun will continue to burst out in between the clouds and then when we will see the next chance for rain in your 7-day forecast later on, nicole. >>thank you. we're following breaking news this morning out of boston. state police tell us one person
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received life-threatening injuries on morrissey boulevard just north of freeport start this morning. we're told the other driver involved in the crash was also injured and taken to the hospital. we'll keep you updated on the story as more information becomes available. a woman was found dead inside a mattapan apartment and three children were also found inside alive. this morning wbz's shante lands has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: we've unexplained death at this time to a young person. boston police on the scene at this apartment complex 3:30 saturday afternoon they received a call from a neighbor of forced entry. when they arrived they found a woman in her late 20s, early 30s dead. three young children all under age four were also inside. >>it's unfortunate. the children have been taken to the hospital and we're waiting to
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it's a death investigation right now. >> reporter: the victim's family forced her way inside her apartment to check on her. right now detective don't suspect foul play. >>it's a tragedy, but i'm hoping it's more of a sudden death, but we won't know that until we investigate further. >> reporter: the identity of the woman has not yet been released. outside of boston, shante lands, wbz this morning. police in braintree need 17-year-old girl. officers say ivy coolis disappeared from the hyatt hotel on friday and may need medical attention. police say she is mentally and disabled and diabetic without her medication. if you've seen her or know where she is, call braintree police. a child is in the hospital after a two-car crash in carver. the 8-year-old was airlifted to a hospital in rhode island.
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saturday afternoon. a horrific hit-and-run caught on camera outside a brockton bar. a driver slams into a man tossing him into the air and speeds away. wbz's jim smith has the story. >> reporter: busy traffic on north main street in brockton obscures the road, but if you look closely, you can see some spray painted markers, a grim reminder of what happened here early friday morning. it was past closing time and with some friends. when he got to the street, everything changed. this surveillance video shows what happened. you can see a car approaching man. we are not showing what happened next because it's too graphic. but an instant later, he was hit and thrown into the air and badly injured. the car kept going and left the scene. you can see people running over to try to help. the owner of the bar gave police the video.
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we were very forthright with that. i'm in constant communication with them. we hope that this guy can make it. it was a bad impact as you probably all have seen the video. >> reporter: the man was taken to a local hospital and then transferred to boston where he is in bad shape. saturday night police towed a vehicle, a vehicle they believe may have been involved. the victim is described as a brockton man around 25 who also has family living out of the country. those relatives are said to be >>this is a main street, and people don't really abide bit speed limits here. >> reporter: the owner of the bar says the traffic situation here is so treacherous his security staff will act as crossing guards with flashlights helping people across this busy street during nighttime hours of operation. at last report police tell us that the condition of this victim is extremely critical.
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morning. police in dartmouth are investigating a robbery at a shell subrogation. this man is accused of beating a customer with a gun and taking off with his money. it happened inside the store last night. if you recognize this armed robber called dartmouth police. right in time for holiday shopping, a $420 million power ball jackpot ticket has been sold. reports this morning say it was bought in tennessee. no one has won the top prize since chances of winning, '20 1 in 292-point -- 1 in 292.2 million. missing practice this week but early reports say it looks like he'll be good to go for today's game with tom brady. the jets face off with the patriots this afternoon. >> reporter: it looks like things will work out as expected for brady, all signs pointing
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battle with the jets. brady returned to practice with his teammates friday after missing practices wednesday and thursday with an undisclosed knee injury. he said he was happy to be back at practice but did not say much else about the injury. should t.b. 12 suit up for this afternoon's game with the jets he'll be vying with career touchdown number >>i love winning games. i think that's what it comes down to. that's why we all play. i've been a part of so many great teams, and none of those things can make you win by yourself. you need a lot of help from a lot of people. it take everybody. you never know when your number's going to be called. you've got to count on the guy in connection to you. i've been able to count on a lot of people over the years. >> reporter: more possible good
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gronk missed last week with a chest injury while sheer was a health scratch. slater and jones have been ruled out for the game. i'm dan roche, wbz sports. plenty more news, weather, and sports straight ahead on wbz this morning. a long night of celebration many in miami last night following the news of fidel castro's death. we'll have more more from the people who are celebrating in the united states an if you plan on shopping during cyber monday, listen up. we'll tell you why where you live could effect how much you
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. 6:11 right now. celebrations in miami's little havana saturday following the death of a dictator. former cuban leader fidel castro died at the age of 90 late friday night. people all around the world are reacting to his death. he led a successful communist revolution in 1959 and railed against the united states for decades.
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celebrated well into the night in miami's little havana as word of fidel castro's death spread saturday. malin diaz's father fled from cuba. >>this is a wonderful day. >> reporter: there are mixed emotions some saying he kept their family oppressed for decades. >>he's going with the devil because he is the devil. >> reporter: castro ruled cuba nearly 50 years, but failing health forced him to hand over power to his brother raul in 2006. known for committing human rights abuses, others looked at him as a revolutionary. a fact this man recognized. >>he is loved around the world because he is standing up to the
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gonzalez, who was at the center of an international custody battle is among those remembering castro. on state-run tv he said castro became like a father figure to him. memorials are everywhere on the islands. student unfurled a huge flag in his honor at havana university. the communist nation is observing nine days of mourning. his funeral will be held december 4th. don champion, cbs news, miami. for many cubans now living in massachusetts,th castro's death was welcomed. the owner of old havana restaurant in jamaica plain left cuba in the 1950s and came to boston. he says his family and friends suffered under his rule and his death brings new hope. >>what a relief. people suffered a lot from him. unfortunately a lot of people suffered. he divided families.
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some people are celebrating. >>more than 11,000 cuban americans live in massachusetts. cuba is scheduling a week of events to mark his death, and we'll have continuing coverage on air and online at boston.cbslocal.com. and we turn to the weather now with meteorologist pamela gardner. it's been chilly the last couple of days. >>yes it has, and the clouds haven't helped the si and some rain, but that's getting out of here. high pressure is going to be in control the rest of this holiday weekend. if you're out traveling, no weather worries in massachusetts or in much of southern new england, but the drought conditions continue to expand here week by week all the way since back to january 1st. we're 11 inches below where we should be for rainfall and extreme to severe drought
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rain in the forecast until we get into the midweek. we could see up to an inch of rainfall. we're dry to start off today 37 in boston, 35 degrees in taunton, and a mild 44 degrees in chatham. and temperatures locally, we're 36 degrees in portsmouth, norwood, 36, 35 in taunton and 40 degrees on the vineyard. 39 degrees but it gusting between 20 and 25 miles per hour from the north and west and the wind will be a factor for the ret of -- ret of today. wind chill, it feels like 22 degrees in worcester, 38 in boston. later today temperatures will increase into the mid 40s for a lot of spots, 44 degrees lawrence. full sunshine ahead from fitchburg to worcester, highs in the 40s to the south and east.
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to linger across the cape. overnight mainly clear for everyone. cold, 29 degrees with areas of frost especially in low-lying spots blocked from the breeze, if that. satellite radar shows a few clouds hanging around the coastline and we have snowshoers in the higher elevations to the north in new hampshire and into maine, but for the rest of us high pressure will move 234 from the the ohio valley. nothing moving in, no rain, maybe a couple of flurries in the berkshires, and maybe vermont, but otherwise we're good for those travel conditions. monday morning waking up to chilly temperatures but still looking dry. no freezing precip or anything like that, and still no rain until tuesday. a warm front will lift tuesday afternoon into tuesday evening giving us the potential for some rain, maybe half an inch of accumulation into
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expected wednesday with thursday a better chance for widespread rain and temperatures midweek in the 50s. feeling pretty good. nicole. >>feeling good. thank you so much, pamela. planning on doing some online shopping tomorrow during cache? listen up as wbz's kate merrill -- during cyber monday? listen up as kate merrill plains what you might expect to pay. >> reporter: amy debe a low do all of her shopping online. what this mom doesn't know, the price she sees is not always what everyone else sees. we did an experiment with each of us looking up the same items at the same time. >>everybody deserves the right price and the same price. >> reporter: that's not always what we found. we priced this christmas tree on homedepot.com with free delivery.
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in dallas was $399, but in boston and minneapolis, the price was $438. the type of device you use can make a difference. we looked up a knight at -- a night at a orlando hotel. the price on a laptop was 132s dollars but just 119 on a smart phone. out of our group, two saw a price of 132, four were quoted 119. >>a lot of people believe price discrimination is illegal that's not jew. >> reporter: this profession did a survey testing 16 online retailers on travel sites and found customers saw different results. when you log onto a website, companies can see your search history, your clicks, the type of computer you use, even the location where you're logged on from, all which could be used to personalize a price. >>i would not be surprised if companies are experimenting
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deal? always check the prices on both your desktop and your mobile phone. you can also try to hide who and where you are by using a virtual private network. there are some you can download for free. better ones will cost you $20 a year. >> reporter: amy says she may even ask for help researching prices for gifts this year. >>my sister lives in california. maybe they'll have better rates out there. >> reporter: anything to make the holiday budget go a kate merrill wbz news. a hungry bear visiting a unanimous unanimous neighborhood looking for a snack. the close encounter one man had coming up. today is sunday, november 27th, and if it's your birthday you share it with katherine bigelow who directed the hurt locker. bill nye the science guy is 61 and jaleel white who played urkel on family
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couple of months, couple of months, a couple of times, couple of days, coughing, cuffing, new photos of a close encounter with a bear in new hampshire, a homeowner posted these pictures on facebook.
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feeders when his security cameras captured this black bear standing in the same spot. perhaps he was not too pleads with the removal of his snack. preston is no stranger to bears. he says he makes noise every time he goes out into his yard just to scare the animals away. and what is a pony and a salvation army kettle bell have to do with each other? coming up how the two teamed up to
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right now at 6:30 vandalism at a harvard high school. the hate speech spray painted on school grounds. the patriots on the road today headed to new jersey to take on the jets. we'll tell you who's in and out for to change. cool temperatures starting the day, a mild afternoon, and plenty of sunshine on the way in your 7-day forecast. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, everybody. it is sunday, november 27th. thank you so much for joining us. i'm nicole jacobs. we have ended
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meteorologist pamela gardner who has more on the forecast. >>if you have friends or family out traveling, be aware we'll have wonderful travel conditions as we get the clouds out of here, the drizzle, fog, rain chances too. we've had that the last couple of days but that's not the case for this afternoon. temperatures starting off on the cool side, 37 degrees in boston, some reports from weather watchers indicate we have some areas of patchy frost as you head out, especially into the wind is picking up from the northwest so your real-feel temperature in boston, 28 degrees, worcester down to 22 degrees. bundle up as you head out. radar, a few clouds out there and some snow in the higher elevations in new hampshire and maine, and maybe a few flurries in the berkshires. 46 degrees, breezy, and plenty of sunshine today. how long the shun last and when we'll see the next -- how long the sun will last and when we'll
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day forecast. breaking overnight one man has died and nine others injured in a shooting in new orleans overnight. the shots were fired around 1:30. two women and 8 men were hit. they range in age from 20 to 37 years old. at this point police aren't sure what set off the shooting that happened hours after the buy u classic football game. police say they've -- football game. >>we have made a strong message that this was not the place or time to bring firearms, we made that clear and and we're -- and we're going to pursue this because this was not something that should have happened. >>two people have been arrested and are facing weapons charges. the investigation is still in its early stages. also breaking this morning, state police on the scene telling us one person involved
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life-threatening injuries on morrissey boulevard just north of freeport street this morning. we're told the other driver was also injured and taken the to hospital. we'll keep you updated on this story as more information becomes available. the time now is 6:33 get a check of our top stories. police have not released the name of a woman found dead inside a mattapan department surrounded by children all three of the kids street home are under the age of four. police haven't said if the dead woman was their mother. at this point police say it appears the woman was not the victim of a crime although her death is still under investigation. police have towed a vehicle that may have been involved in a hit-and-run in brockton. it happened early friday morning as the man was leaving the spot bar and lounge with friends. this surveillance video was given to police showing the impact, but
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because it is very graphic. the man was thrown into the air and badly injured. witnesses say the car never stopped. funeral services will be held sunday december 4th for fidel castro. this man says now is the time to remove all restrictions between the united states and cuba. donald trump says fidel castro's death is opportunity for cuba to shed totalitarian rule. police are searching for whoever spray painted racist terms on a school campus at the bromfield school in harvard. paul burton explains how students are responding. >> reporter: brumfield high school students in harvard are letting their voices be heard through the stroke of a brush. >>hope, love, not hate.
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together saturday to take a racist situation and turn it into something positive. >>the garbage that was put on there yesterday isn't us. >> reporter: on thanksgiving night under the cover of darkness, someone defaced the school rock with vulgar and racist images. the vandalism devastated not just the school but the entire community. >>seeing the rock get completely defaced was insane. >>we had tried to paint the obligate in a way that was to paint the rock in a way that was promoting peace. >>this hurt everybody, not just a few people, everybody. >> reporter: on saturday students, faculty, and parents rallied together to repaint the rock. >>seeing people of all ages having the underclassmen to kids from other schools to parents, administration, it's amazing to see everybody here. >>what we're doing this
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removed the negative message with a fresh coat of paint, the students will come up with a positive message, one that the entire town of harvard stands for and believes in. >>it's important that we come together and show people that this is a community of love and hope, and it's not about hate. >>these students have been hurt. their community has been hurt by it, and they are not going to just watch. they're going to stand up and make their voices heard. >> reporter: a class, a school, and an in harvard, i'm paul burton, wbz news. police are searching for a man who ripped off a local church. security cameras captured the crime. the director says the burglar hit yesterday morning grabbing an ipad and some other equipment from the church. >>there's some practical things. he took a few things in the
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value to us. more gigantic inconvenience for us. >>father conway hopes someone recognizes the man in this surveillance photo and contacts police. a nine-year-old connecticut boy with autism who went missing in texas has been found dead. marcus magee went missing thanksgiving day. the boy is the nephew of former university of massachusetts basketball police in -- cambi. good news this morning with an update to a story we brought you last week. 82 young americans who saw their flights cancelled will make it to germany in compete to compete. the flights were cancelled leaving the kids and their
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world tap dancing championship. organizers spent 20 hours desperately trying to rebook. >>it was disappointing and stressful. we got no help from the airlines, so we found somebody at united that would talk to us. they were thrilled with them and they're making sure we get there today. >>the dance remembers on their way to the olympics of tap dance in droze den. young -- dresden. they countries. local store owners will be crunching the numbers today hoping they had a successful small business as a result mayor walsh helped kick off the shopping holiday yesterday. store owners say it helps their bottom line and the community as the businesses help support area charities and schools. >>it's good for the whole community because if you start losing your main streets, then
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with abandoned buildings grows. >>by shopping small it's going to help everyone in the long run. >>the mayor was also promoting his 5 on main challenge, that's to buy five gifts this season from main street shops. it's a game of who's in and who's out for the patriots today. still to come in sports, dan roche breaks it all down for us with what to expect against the jets. finally, the clouds have lifted moving out. pl high temperatures in the mid 40s, but a little bit of a brisk breeze throughout the day. how long the sunshine will stick around and our next chance for rain coming up. first we have trivia. what was the most recent atlantic hurricane name? matthew, nicole, autumn or paula?
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good morning, everyone. the patriots and jets get set to meet this afternoon. jones and slater have been ruled out, while two super stars for the patriots traveled with the team and could be a good. tom brady missed practices this week but returned friday. he was listed
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be a surprise if he doesn't play. gronkowski could also take the field after missing last week. the pats have are 8-2, but 7 of the past meetings between these teams have been decided by a touchdown or less. the players aren't taking the meeting lightly. >>they've got a good defense. they always are in the game, and they find a way to create turnovers. they're a real good dion lewis will be playing in his second game back after tearing his acl last november. last week in his debut against the 49ers, he had five rushes for 23 yards and caught three balls for an additional 26. he sat down this week with steve burton for our game day show and says he feels as good as new. >>i still do all the same moves i did last year. it's just
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that's the biggest thing right now. at the beginning of the game it was fast and it started slowing. usually that's how it is. i feel like this week or next week hopefully it'll slow down a lot and i can really go have some fun. >>you'll hear more from lewis coming up at 11:30 on wbz. kick-off is set for 4:25. the game also right here on bz. don't forget our post on my tv 38. college football, wake forrest, bc up 3-0 in the first quarter. 11 yards to pay dirt. eagles up 10-0 at the half. the deacons scored 14 unanswered in the 3rd quarter. the eagles back on a top -- on top 17-14. weaver with a chance to tie it
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they would intercept a wake forest past to secure a victory, 17-14 the final. the eagles close out the season 6-6 which means they are bowl eligible. brooklyn last night in the classic consolation game. b.c. had its last lead of the game with just over 14 minutes to go. the spiders used runs of 10-0 and 24-6 to 67-64, bc falls to 3-3. first round yesterday, congrats to u in. h, the wildcats win 64-21. the bruins back in action this afternoon hosting tampa bay. i'm dan roche, wbz sports. and we have pamela gardner here with the weather. of course, we will never forget the past couple of winters we've had. last year mother nature
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quite tough. >>yes, it was. this year a little bit different. we're going to be in between here, not quite as bad but not as good as what we saw last winter. that story coming up here, i think. are we playing it? i don't know. >>we'll play the next hour. >>you can find at boston.cbslocal.com. all of the weather team we headed out to a coffee shop and discussed forecast. interesting stuff. what we've had the last couple of days, the clouds so annoying, the drizzle, not too fun. and we did have a burst of sun just before sunset yesterday. in fact, our audio guru this morning, mike, gave me this picture of hadley. love this photo here. what a beautiful photo. she's a natural. what can i say? posing with the sunset. we'll have more
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sunsets as we experience what you have in your home. send it to me. love to see t temperature tracker the next few days making it quite comfortable to embrace any of the sunrise or sunsets. average high 48, and we'll be with 46 this afternoon. monday down to 44. back up into the 50s for midweek. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday a high of 55, a little bit of a warm-up, but also tracking rain midweek as well. i'll get to the timing in a minute. temperatures starting off on 32 in boston, 32 in worcester. there is a bit of a wind gust from the north and west up to 22 miles per hour now in boston. p town 26, 16 in chatham. the wind gust will stick around throughout the afternoon creating the wind chill. the real-feel 28 in boston. 27 in manchester. later today 46 but you'll appears the woman to dress like it's going to feel
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the wind. cape cod could see clouds lingering this morning but by the afternoon sunny. mid to upper 40s in all spots. low temperatures tonight back to just below 32 degrees, and the wind will subside just a little bit, so it looks like we will see a frosty start to your monday morning as you head back to school and work from a long a little bit of a vacation this holiday weekend. satellite radar shows a few clou into the berkshires too. to the north for ski resorts in new hampshire and maine getting a fresh coating of powder there. high pressure will build the next couple of days giving us sunshine for the afternoon. hour-by-hour noon looking good, no weather troubles, maybe a few flurries in the becker hires.
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monday afternoon we're clear but clouds start to move in ahead of our next system. heavy rain approaching for tuesday afternoon into wednesday and then beyond that into thursday. thursday especially rainy for us, but at least we'll have some mild temperatures with highs in the 50s, nicole. >>pamela, thank you so much. her flamboyant outpits put -- outfits put her on the map. lady gaga is toning things down a bit. we'll have much more coming up. we
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the weather forced santa clause to ride on the boston common instead of flying n he was scheduled to special holiday message on the pond, but due to weather conditions he arrived by ambulance to greet families. and i can tell you that questions pamela had for you earlier, what was the most recent atlantic hurricane name, matthew, nicole, otto, paula,
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. no one can draw attention like lady gaga. her gowdy gowns, flamboyant personality
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super star, but she's toning things down a notch. >> reporter: it seems like you're more lady now than georgia. >>ready? today. what about tomorrow? >> reporter: there was a time when the one thing you could count on from the pop diva was outrageousness. ?[music]? >> reporter: after all, she put meat dress in the fashion dictionary. she wasn't style over substanc grammies are proof of that. it was just part of the package ?[music]? >> reporter: but her latest solo album called "joanne" is a toned-down diva. ?[music]? >>i think that when people see me with lots of makeup on and less of what i was doing before ... >> reporter: there's a sense
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else. >>it's less now, but i don't know that you can put a label on growth. i'm just me, just growing up. i'm 30. it's what i want to do now. >>lady gaga doing it her play. plus quilting heavy metal style and casey affleck, those stories and more this sunday morning on wbz starting at
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right now at 7 breaking news from boston a serious crash sends two people to the hospital. ten people shot on a famous new orleans street. what police think was behind the violence. and get those tickets out there is a winner in the powerball jack pot. good morning everybody. thank you so much for joining us. it is sunday november 27. i'm nicole jacobs. we are going to turn now to see what weather pamela gardner has in store for us as many of you head back from your thanksgiving holiday. pamela? >> weather looking much better, nicole. we've had the clouds, drizzle and sometimes showers but now we are starting off clear in most spots and temperatures on
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37 in boston, 32 in worcester. a few clouds on the cape but otherwise we are dry and the wind chill making it feel like 28 degrees in boston, 23 in worcester and the gusty wind sticks around all afternoon. satellite radar shows a few clouds across the outer cape. the rest of us mostly clear and some more clouds with additional shower chances for our friends in new hampshire and maine and the higher elevations for the ski lovers. good news. 46 degrees and how long the sun will stick around and when we will see our next round of rain later on. nicole? >> pamela thank you. following breaking news out of boston. police tell us one person involved in a two car crash received life threatening injuries just north of free port street around 1:00 this morning. the other driver involved was also injured and taken to the hospital.
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learn more information. one man has died and nine others are injured in a shooting on bourbon street in new orleans overnight. two women and eight men were hit ranging in age from 20 to37 years old. police aren't sure what set off the shooting that happened hours after the classic football game. they've been working hard to keep guns off the that event. >> so we've made a strong message that this was not the place or time to bring firearms to this area during the bayou classic event or any event. we made that clear and we are going to pursue to the fullest extent of the law because this was not something that should have happened. >> so far two people have been arrested and are facing weapons charges but the investigation is still in its early stages. this morning three
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apartment where a woman was found dead. shante has more. >> we've got an unexplained death at this time to a young person. i'm hoping there's no trauma. >> boston police at the scene at 3: 30 this afternoon receiving a radio call from a neighbor of forced injury and when they arrived they found a woman in her late 20s early 30s dead. three young children were also inside. >> children have been taken to the hospital and we're just waiting to further examine the body. but you know it's a death investigation. >> police say the victim's family forced their way inside her second floor apartment to check on her. detectives don't suspect foul play. >> it's a tragedy but i'm hoping it's more of a sudden death but we won't know that right now until we investigate further. >> and the identity of that
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outside of boston police headquarters, wbz this morning. police in greentree need your help finding a missing 17- year-old girl. officers say ivy coolish disappeared from the hotel on granite street friday and may need medical attention. she is mentally disabled and diabetic without her medication. if you see her or know where she is call greentree police. a two car crash in carver nd the eight-year-old was taken by helicopter after the accident around 3: 30 saturday afternoon. crews also rushed two other people to the hospital. this morning police have towed a car that may have been involved in a horrific hit-and- run. surveillance video shows the crash as it happened and as wbz jim smith reports the owner says the road is notoriously dangerous.
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street in brockton obscures the road but if you look closely you can see spray painted markers a grim reminder of what happened here early friday morning. it was past closing time and a man was walking out of the spot bar and lounge with friends. when he got to the street everything changed. this surveillance video shows what happened. you can see a car approaching the man. we are not showing what happened next because it's too graphic but an instant later he was hit and thrown into the air scene. you can see people running over to try to help and those who are with him appear stunned. the owner of the bar gave police the video. >> they have the video. we were very forth right with that. i'm in constant communication with them and we hope this guy can make it. it was a bad impact as you probably all have seen the video. >> the man was transferred to
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vehicle they believe may have been involved. the victim is described as a brock ton man around 25 with family living out of the country. those relatives are said to be on their way to the u.s. >> this is a main thorough fare and people don't abide by the speed limits here. >> the owner of the bar says the traffic situation is so treacherous his security staff will act as crossing guards with flashlights helping to cross this busy street during nighttime hours of operation. police tell us the condition of the victim is extremely critical. in brockton wbz this morning. >> right in time for holiday shopping there is a winner in the powerball jack pot. the winning ticket was sold in tennessee. so far no winner has come forward. the jack pot has been building since september. at the time last night of the
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were 1 in 292.2 million. the winning numbers were 17, 19, 21, 37, 44 with the powerball of 16. and it looks like tom brady will be good to go for today's game against division rival new york jets. brady missed practice time this week but as dan roach explains, things are looking up. >> good morning everyone. it looks like things will work out as expected for tom brady. all being ready for the battle with the jets in new jersey. brady returned to practice friday after missing back-to- back practices wednesday and thursday with an undisclosed knee injury. he was happy to be back in practice but did not say much else about the injury. should tb12 suit up he'll be going for career number 200 tying with peyton manning for
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mind very much. >> i love winning games and that's what it comes down to. that's why we all play and i've been a part of so many great teams and great coaches and none of those things can win by themselves. you need a lot of help from a lot of people and it takes everybody. and you never know when your number is going to be called and you got to count on the guy next to you. and i've been able to count on a lot of people over the >> rob gronkowski and jamal sheered made the team. sheard was a healthy scratch. we do know that matthew slater and cyrus jones have already been ruled out for the game. dan roach, wbz sports. >> be careful what you post on social media. coming up new software making it easier for boston police to scan your messages and why some
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to the day but some of our weather watchers reporting finally clear communications making way for sunshine later this afternoon and we love it getting the clouds out of here and completely different weather story for us. 35 degrees under a partly cloudy sky right now. few clouds lingering there. john in hanover has 35 degrees feeling like 30. the wind will be a factor all day long making us have a wind we'll see a bit of a warm up. when we'll see 50s in your seven day.
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it privacy advocates are criticizing the boston police departments plan to use advanced software to scan social media. the department is considering software to search accounts for possible criminal activity and provide an address where the post came from. the department says the information is already public and could be crucial for public safety. police in dartmouth are
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this man is accused of beating a customer with a gun and taking off with his money on state road last night. if you recognize this surveillance video call dartmouth police. with a shopping season under way a new push to buy local. coming up what boston's mayor wants everyone to do to help small businesses struggling against corporate giants. today is november if it's your birthday you share it with the director of the hurt locker. bill nye the science guy is 61 and janelle white who played urkle on family matters is 41
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all right here in the weather center with pamela gardner i feel like last week we saw a little bit of everything. >> sure we did. >> in terms of weather and it sounds like more of that this week. >> exactly. temperatures right around the transitional season so overnight temperatures around freezing and could see a wintery mix and during the day some warm spots but right now we are all pretty quiet here.
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country although we still have snow showers hanging around new hampshire and maine in the higher elevations and could see a few flurries triggered in the basic shares. otherwise we are going to be dry and not going to see a wintery mix across the southern or eastern parts of new england. travel conditions smooth sailing if you are heading home from holiday festivities. temperatures in the 30s. colder because of a wind chill. more temperatures getting reports that we have some areas of frost. 35 degrees norwood. plymouth good morning. chatham nantucket at 40 degrees. wind gusts right now between 25 and 30 miles per hour most gusts of 25 to the north and
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this afternoon. it will be they evening the low 20s for worcester 23 degrees feeling like 28 in boston and 34 degrees for the real feel temperature. the breeze will make it feel like the upper 30s. boston 46. 40 degrees and lots of sunshine to the south and east. 46 partly cloudy overnight. 29 degrees mostly clear areas of frost developing for tomorrow morning. satellite and radar shows a few clouds lingering on the outer cape and snow showers into new hampshire and maine with ski lovers rejoicing fresh powder there in those spots. radar zooming out we have that area of low pressure of control to our south and west and that is going to rule the forecast for the next couple of days.
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few passing clouds. 7:00 p.m. all dry here with showers well off shore. monday morning at 7:00 a.m. heading out the door with chilly temperatures but otherwise we are dry. monday evening clouds increasing from the west and this is ahead of our next system that will lift a warm front into our area and trigger showers tuesday afternoon into tuesday evening and for wednesday morning rainfall forecast potentially around half an inch. we need in drought conditions but it doesn't look like this is going to be a drought busting system but we'll take it. 50s for tuesday wednesday and thursday. thursday is going to be the rainiest day the next several days there with spotty showers back to the 40s for the end of the week. nicole? >> thank you so much pamela. as more shopping moves online there's a push under way to make sure local businesses
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yesterday and help the bottom line and community as the businesses help support area charities and schools. >> it's a community because if you stop using main street then this safety issue that you have with the buildings. >> by shopping small it's going to be helping everyone in the long run. >> the mayor also was promoting his five on main challenge to buy five gifts main street shops. vandals hit a local school with messages of hate but the real story here is how students gave up part of their holiday weekend to shut down racism. but first meet your new best
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parade everybody. my friends from greyhound friends are here today out of hop kin. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> we have cal, sandy and our howl. we have someone sneak in with you. start with beautiful cal since you've got cal. >> sure. cal is only a year old. he is sort of like a blank slate. he's just a nice sweet dog who will turn into a great things like walking on a leash and-- >> he knocked the plant over in the lobby. >> he doesn't know how big he is. >> no. >> but he's extremely smart and will learn quickly. he's a very sweet boy just a year old looking for a new home and a great friend. >> both of these guys did do some racing but not for very long. >> not very long.
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sandy here will be their first family, right baby? which is really exciting. tell us about sandy here. >> sandy is not going to be two until january. she's friendly, out going, just a really, really great dog. she loves people. she's a wonderful companion. seems like she's all right with cats and small animals. friendly, he's neutered, spayed and they are lovely dogs. >> you've brought a lot of greyhounds in and i have to say these two although they see more mellow they are the most we've had on i think. sandy was getting crazy here earlier to be honest. how did blossom sneak in with our greyhounds? >> we've been trying to bring in more hounds because not everybody wants a greyhound.
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years old. she's from a group called the london sanctuary near jacksonville. it's just a really, really pleasant good natured accommodating-- >> we don't know if she had a family. she's from the south so we are not sure what her story is but she is a doll and i love hounds. they are so smart. they are like little people. she's like a real little girl. >> very soulful. >> you want to talk about. >> we have a lot of secondary items in our thrift store on west central street and all of the proceeds go to help greyhound friends. >> what do we do if anybody is interested? cal sandy or blossom. >> our website or our phone number (508)435-5569. call us. >> they are ready and waiting
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because our pet parade viewers always come through for us. michelle and lizzie adopted who was baby but now is bella and bella gets to go to the barber shop with mom every day. how lucky is bella. baby came until with the rescue league so thank you for the west boyleston hoping for the best blossom and gorgeous cal. we'll be back stay with us.
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right now at 7:30 a religious shrine targeted by thieves. what was taken and how you can help. students come together for a big clean up after a school
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of local dancers desperately trying to make a competition over seas. thank you so much for staying with us this morning. i'm nicole jacobs of course as you travel back from your thanksgiving weekend there's some weather in store. pamela gardner is going to tell us what you can expect today and the rest of the week. pamela? >> starting off temperatures on the cool side and a little of wind out there too. it feels much chillier than what it is. 37 in boston, 32 dear32 in worcester, 28 degrees in boston, 23 in worcester and 28 in man manchester. winds could gust up to 25 miles per hour and a different picture the clouds moving out the drizzle done and the showers gone but we have a few
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for the ski lovers with a fresh dusting of snow. few lingering clouds on the outer cape otherwise sunny this afternoon and a breezy afternoon making it feel like the upper 30s from time to time. coming up in the seven day forecast how long the sunshine will stick around and when we see the next round of rain. nicole? >> thank you so much. time now 7:32. an update on breaking news. state police on scene tell us one person involvedn car crash received life threatening injuries just north of free port street around 1:00 this morning. the other driver involved in the crash was also injured and taken to the hospital. we'll keep you updated on the story as more information becomes available. checking our stop stories now police have not released the name of a woman found dead inside an apartment where children were also found inside alive. all three of the children in the bismarck street home are
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getting checked out at the hospital. police haven't said if the dead woman was their mother. at this point it appears the woman was not the victim of a crime although her death is under investigation. police have towed a vehicle that may have been involved in a hit-and-run in brockton. it happened early friday morning as the man was leaving the spot bar and lounge with friends. this surveillance video given to police shows the impact but we are not going to show that to you because it is very and badly injured. witnesses say the car never stopped. one ticket has hit the $403 million powerball jack pot. the winning ticket was sold in tennessee. so far no one has come forward to claim the prize. last night's jack pot was the 11 11th largest in powerball history, the largest ever $1.6 billion split between three winning tickets back in
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searching for whoever painted racist terms on the school in harvard. this morning the story of what happened after that vandalism is what's taking off. paul burton has more. >> high school students in harvard are letting their voices beheader through the stroke of a brush. >> love, hope, not hate. >> on saturday the students led by the senior class came and racist situation to turn it into something positive. >> regardless of yesterday that isn't us. this is us. >> on thanksgiving night under the cover of darkness someone defaced the school on rock with racist images the vandalism devastated not just the school but the entire community. >> seeing the rock defaced was insane.
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disgusted that someone would take that and make it so negative and hurt full. >> this hurt everybody not just a few people. this hurt everybody. >> on saturday students and parents rallied together. >> seeing people of all ages from having the under class men to kids from other schools, parents, administration it's amazing to see everybody here. >> what we are doing in broad daylight this afternoon is who a negative version of fresh paint once it drys the students will come up with a message the entire town of harvard stand peas for and believes in. >> it's important that we come together and show people this is a community of love and hope and it's not all hate. >> these students community has been hurt by this and they are not going to just watch. they are going to stand up and make their voices heard.
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in harvard paul burton wbz news. >> police searching for the man who ripped off a local church. security cameras at st. anthony shrine. the burglar grabbed an ipad and other equipment the church needs for services. >> there's some practical things. he took a few things but nothing of huge valu to tell you the truth more of a huge inconvenience conway hopes in the surveillance video and contacts police. >> a nine-year-old connecticut boy with autism went missing in texas has been found dead. marcus went missing on thanksgiving day. he's a former basketball star marcus. today police in texas say they
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behind the home. the green party is moving forward with a recount of the presidential election result in wisconsin and as wendy gillette reports the group has a new supporter democrat hilary clinton. >> hilary clinton's campaign team announced saturday it will participate in a recount of the presidential election results in wisconsin. green party candidate jill stein is calling for recounts in several states that helped donald trump house. her party has raised almost $6 million and filed paperwork friday for a recount in wisconsin. >> we do not take money from corporations or political pacts. this comes from the american public. >> clinton's campaign attorney posted a blog that says now that a recount has been initiated we intend to participate in order to ensure the process proceeds in a manner that is fair to all
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as she promised in pennsylvania and michigan we'll take the same approach in those states as well. the president elect called the recount ridiculous saying this is a scam by the green party for an election that has already been conceded and the results of this election should be respected instead of being challenged and abused which is exactly what jill stein is doing. clinton's team has not found any evidence of hacking or tampering with election technology and was not planning to launch its now that it's happening the campaign wants to ensure it's legally represented in the process. wendy gillette for cbs news. >> good news this morning with an update to a story we brought you last week looked like those 82 young american tap tansers will make it to germany after all just in time to compete leaving kids and parents
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germany by. >> it was have i disappointing and stressful and we got no help so we found somebody that will talk to us and we are thrilled with that airline making sure they get there today. >> the danceers are on their way to the so-called olympics of tap dance from states. the patriots take on the jets for the first time this season. ahead on wbz a look at who is in and who is out for the division rivalry game. a live look outside as we head to the break and your sunday morning forecast coming up at
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good morning everyone. the patriots and jets get set to meet this afternoon in new jersey here's what we know. they have already been ruled out while two superstars travel with the team and could be a go come kick off time. tom brady missed two practices
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knee injury but would be a surprise if he doesn't play. rob gronkowski after missing last week's injury the chest injury. seven of the eight past meetings have been decided by a touchdown or less so the players aren't taking this meeting lightly. >> they've got a really good defense and have for a long time. they are always in the game right there and find a way to create turn er >> they certainly are. meanwhile patriots running back dion lewis will be playing in his second game back after tearing his acl last november. last week in his debut lewis had five rushes for 23-yards and caught three balls for an additional 26. lewis sat down with steve burton for patriots game day and he feels as good as new. >> still doing all of the same moves i've always been doing
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and the game speed is the biggest thing right now, the beginning of the game was fast and slowed the more plays i got so usually that's how it is the more plays you get the more it slows down so this week or next week hopefully it will slow down a lot and i can really go out there and have some fun. >> you'll hear more from lewis with patriots game day at 11: 30. kick offset for 4: 25 as pets pats--the pats set to. college football needing a win to become eligible taking on wake forest up 3-00 late in the first quarter. eagles up 10-0 at the half. the deacon scored 14 unanswered in the fourth quarter before tommy sweeney and the 13-yard td strike puts the eagles back on top 17-14. mike weaver with a chance to
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goal attempt no good. the eagles would intercept a wake forest path in the final seconds to secure the victory 17-14 the final. the eagles close out 6-6 which means they are indeed bowl eligible, congrats. bc hoops in the barclays classic game. this gave the last lead of the game with just over 14 minutes to go a game high 27 for the eagles and despite runs bc falling to 3-3 on the young season. timely division one play offs first round congrats to the wild cats beating lee high 64- 21. bruins back in action this afternoon hosting tampa bay at the garden. i'm dan roach, wbz sports. here now with meteorologist pamela gardner. people finishing up the weekend
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>> what can they expect? >> good weather, wind chills making it feel like the upper 30 even though temperatures will be in the 40s. pretty much what we experienced the holiday long weekend the drizzle, the rain, the clouds all long gone but drought conditions continue to worsen and worsen as we get week by week here. the u.s. drought monitor gets updated every thursday and this is the latest update from thursday morning and we've remained uncha here and rainfall deficit in boston 11-inches below where we need to be at this point in the year back to january 1. extreme drought conditions much of new england here and we don't have a lot of rain in the forecast until midweek. we could see a half inch to an inch and a half in rain accumulation and i'll have the timing in just a minute. real feel temperatures 28 degrees, temperatures actually
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quite brisk. 14 miles per hour sustained wind over boston and 32 in worcester areas of frost reporting by wbz weather watchers where we have frosty conditions at this time. wind gusts getting farther to the south and east along the coast here up to 25 miles per hour in p town, 28 miles per hour gusts on the vineyard and 26 in nantucket. wind chill temperatures feeling more like 23 neighbors in worcester. later today 46 but much cooler with the wind from the northwest feeling like the upper 30s. a few clouds lingering in the outer cape otherwise we are all sunny all day in today's highs mid to upper 40s in all spots. 48 in norwood and taunton overnight to 29 degrees mostly clear skies and wind subsiding a little bit. we have the radiational cooling
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night compared to the last several. satellite and radar a couple of clouds lingering across cape ann or cape cod. we have snow showers, fresh powder in the mountains in new hampshire and maine but out to our south west high pressure is the dominant force meaning plenty of sun not only for your day today but for tomorrow as you head back to school or work. hour by hour looking good still clouds lingering on cape cod and could see an isolated flurry or two. nothing major though. monday morning all dry and a few clouds start to move in ahead of our next system. this one a warm front first and then cold front along with a large area of low pressure. tuesday morning start to see a few showers. tuesday afternoon could be soggy from time to time. around half an inch of rain
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showers and temperatures go up to the low to mid 50s for tuesday wednesday and thursday. nicole? >> 50 degrees? i'll take it. thanks pamela. usually fans get kicked out of a hockey game for throwing something on the ice but once a year it's encouraged. the junior league team held an annual teddy bear toss last night. fans threw more than 23,000 stuffed toys onto the rink. what makes that number amazing is that there were only local charities. the team has been doing the teddy bear toss since 1995. a subway system hacked. the message waiting for anyone trying to buy a train ticket this weekend and why cyber
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anyone who tried to ride the subway in san francisco yesterday saw a chilling message, the words you hacked. the system reported the first outage friday afternoon and by saturday all fare pavement machines were shut down meaning everyone was riding for free. the transit agency doesn't know yet who is behind the hack. riders tell our sister station there they are concerned
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other private information as well. get out your tissues for this one because this is the kind of story we never get tired of seeing. a special surprise at a college football game. alabama's running back was being honored on the field as part of saturday senior day when his mother surprised him with a visit. oh my goodness that's incredible. she's been in the army for 12 years and has served three tours in currently deployed in kuwait but got special permission to come home from this game. that brings tears to my eyes. the plates are big and so are the flavors. in fact the only thing small about one breakfast joint are the prices. the phantom gourmet heads north
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neighborhood in manchester, new hampshire it's a destination for hungry folks looking for plate tipping piles of classic american comfort food. >> meatloaf and macaroni and cheese and omelets. >> and french canadian favorites. robert perkins runs this breakfast and lunch spot along with his wife jessica and despite the meal is as carb cruel as it can get. >> our food may not be trendy but it's food you are going to come back for. >> for breakfast over sized omelets and giant crepes that hang over the plate. >> we'll bring them out to the table and people will be like what is that? what did i order. >> lunch has a reuben sandwich
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right now at 8:00 breaking news from boston a serious crash sends two people to the hospital. ten people shot on a famous new orleans street and police say it should never have happened and get those tickets out there is a winner in the powerball jack pot. thank you so much for joining us. it is sunday november 27. i'm nicole jacobs. so glad you are with us. we are going to turn to the weather with pamela gardner. what's in store for today. >> a much better forecast if you love the sunshine. we are going to get tons of sunshine this afternoon and finally the clouds moved out the drizzle long gone and the
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temperatures though. 37 in boston, 33 in worcester but feeling much colder because of the wind out there. 29 in boston feeling like 23 degrees in worcester your real feel temperatures of 30 in lawrence. most of the clouds are out of here but a few clouds lingering on the outer cape. snow showers in new hampshire and maine. ski lovers excited about morning. high pressure really in control for this afternoon so more sunshine for today, 46 degrees the wind gusting up to 25 miles per hour from time to time. coming up in the seven day forecast how long the sunshine will stick around and when we'll see the next round of rain. nicole? >> pamela thank you. following breaking news this morning out of boston. state police on scene tell us one person involved in a two car crashed received life threatening injuries just north
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involved in the crash was also injured and taken to the hospital. we'll keep you posted on this story as more information becomes available. breaking overnight one man has died and nine others are injured in a shooting on bourbon street in new orleans overnight. the shots were fired around 1:30. two women and eight men were hit ranging in ages from 20 to 37 years old. police aren't sure what set off hours after the bayou classic football game. police say they've been working hard to keep guns off the street during that event. >> we've made a strong message that this was not the place or time to bring firearms to this french corridor during the bayou event or any event. we made it clear this is not something that should have happened. >> so far two people have been arrested and are facing weapons
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is still in the early stages. this morning three children are being checked out by doctors discovered inside an apartment where a woman was found dead. slant you lands has more. >> we've got an unexpected death to a young person. i'm hoping it's not trauma. >> boston police on the scene of this apartment complex at 3: 30 saturday afternoon they received a radio call from a neighbor of forced entry when they arrived they found a woman in her early 30s dead. three young children under age four were also inside. >> it's unfortunate. the children have been taken to the hospital and we are waiting to further examine the body. but you know, right now it's a death investigation. >> police say the victim's family forced their way inside her side story apartment to check on her.
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opposed but we won't know that right now until we investigate further. >> the identity of that woman has not been released. outside of boston police headquarters wbz this morning. >> police in greentree need your help finding a missing 17- year-old girl. officers say ivy disappeared from a hyatt hotel on granite street friday and may need medical attention. police say she is mentally disabled and diabet. where she is call police. a two car crash in carver sends a child to the hospital. the eight-year-old had to be taken by helicopter after the accident around 3: 30 saturday afternoon. crews also rushed two other people to the hospital. this morning police have towed a car that may have been involved in a horrific hit-and- run right in front of a local bar. surveillance video shows the crash as it happened and as
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owner of that bar says the road is notoriously dangerous. >> busy traffic on north main street in brockton obscures the road but if you look closely you can see spray painted reminders a grim reminder of what happened here friday morning. it was past closing time and a man was walking out of a bar and lounge with some friends then everything changed. this surveillance video shows a car apch happened next because it's too graphic but an instant later he was hit and thrown into the air and badly injured. the car kept right on going and left the scene. you can see people running over to try to help and those who were with him appear stunned. the owner of the bar gave police the video. >> they have the video. we were very forth right with that. i'm in constant communication with them and we hope this guy can make it. it was a bad impact as you
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>> the man was taken to a local hospital and transferred to boston where he is in bad shape. saturday night police towed a soak they believe may have been involved. the victim is described as a brockton man around 25 who also has family living out of the country. those relatives are said to be on their way to the u.s. >> this is a main thorough fare and people don't really abide by the speed limits here. >> and the owner of the bar says the traffic is so treacherous his security staff will actually act as crossing guards with flashlights helping people cross this busy street during nighttime hours of operation and at last report police tell us the condition of this victim is extremely critical. in brockton, jim smith, wbz this morning. right in time for holiday shopping there's a winner in the $403 million powerball jack
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no winner has come forward. the jack pot has been building since september. at the time of drawing odds were 1 in 292.2 million. there were thousands of smaller prizes up for grabs. 17, 19, 12, 37, 44 about the powerball of 16. fidel castro leaves behind a complicated legacy. coming up how cuban americans in boston are reacted to the communist's death. are always a hot topic in massachusetts. governor charlie baker weighs in on what's next after the
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celebrations in miami little havana saturday following the death of a dictator. former leader of fidel castro died at the age of 90 late friday night. the funeral will be december 4 after his body travels around cuba after a days long national mourning period and many people living in massachusetts the
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in jamaica plain left the island in the 1950s and suffered under castro's rule and the dictators death brings new hope. >> we believe we suffered a lot under him. you know? he divided families. a lot of people died on the sea trying to go out of cuba. some peo >> more than 11,000 cuban americans live in massachusetts. cuba is scheduling a week of events to mark castro's death and continuing coverage for you both online and on air. the jets are the only team in the afc east with a losing record right now but taking the game for granted isn't the patriots way. coming up what you can expect
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here now in the weather center with pamela gardner and although things have been chilly here and there 50s we are seeing coming up in the next couple of days. that's pretty good for november. >> yes that will feel really nice to us. a little bit of a heat wave compared to the last couple of days. 50s on the way from midweek tracking a chance for rain. i will take it.
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areas of frost too since we had mainly clear sky overnight and this morning abundant sunshine all over boston as we take a live look now outside over the common there too. beautiful conditions but the camera shaking just a little bit indicating that it's going to be a windy afternoon for us and winds could gust from time to time up to 5 miles per hour making our actual temperatures feel much colder than what they actually are and temperature tracker you see the trend going up for midweek. today 46 degrees a touch below the high of 48. 44 for monday up from there. tuesday wednesday thursday high temperatures low to mid 50s and the chance for rain midweek too. temperatures running in the 30s in most spots. boston 37, worcester 33 degrees and wind combusts from time to time up to 25 miles per hour but nantucket up to 28 miles per hour and those wind gusts will continue to be a factor
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mainly between 10 and 20 miles per hour wind chill factored in and the real feel running with 29 in boston and 39 degrees in chatham. even though today's high will be 46 degrees feels like like the upper 30s because of that wind. the rest of us enjoying full sun ahead. high temperatures mid to upper 40s for almost everyone lower 40s once we get back worcester county. 29 degrees mainly clear and cold and perhaps areas of frost developing into the early monday morning hours if you head back to work or school. that will be the main issue if it's even that as we turn to the work week. satellite and radar shows clear skies over much of massachusetts few clouds passing through and snow showers for our friends in new hampshire, maine ski lovers excited about the fresh powder there this morning. high pressure to our south and
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rest of today and your monday giving us lots of sunshine and we hold off on the rain chance until we get into the later part of monday and tuesday and into wednesday and thursday. so there's your seven day forecast. rain midweek but at least we have some 50s. thursday i think the rainiest day of them all with scattered showers anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half of total accumulation. nicole? >> staying focused on the 50s pamela. looks like tom brady will be good to go for against division rivals the new york jets. brady missed practice time this week but dan roach explains things are looking up. >> well good morning everyone. looks like things will work out as expected for tom brady. all signs pointing to brady being ready for this afternoon's battle with the jets down in new jersey. brady returned to practice with his teammates in foxboro friday after missing back-to-back practices wednesday and thursday with an disclosed knee
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practice but did not say much else about the injury. should he suit up for this afternoon's game against the jets going for career win number 200 tying for most of all time a milestone that tom said hasn't crossed his mind very much. >> i love winning games. that's what it comes down to. that's why we all play and i've been a part of so many great teams and played with great coaches. none of those things can win a football game you need a lot of help from a lot of people and everyone has a very important job and count on the guy next to you and i've been able to count on a lot of people over the years. >> more possible good news rob gronkowski and jamal sheard made the trip with the team. gronk suited up with a chest injury while sheard was a healthy scratch. matthew slater and cyrus jones have been ruled out for the game.
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privacy advocates are crited department's plan to use advanced software to search accounts for possible criminal activity and provide an address where the post came from. the department says the information is already public and could be crucial for public safety. police in dartmouth are investigating a violent robbery at a shell gas station there. this man is accused of beating a customer with a gun and then taking off with his money. it happened inside the store on state road last night. if you recognize the man you
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picture call dartmouth police. right now let's find out what's coming up this morning on cbs's face the nation. john dickerson joins us live with a preview. good morning john. >> good morning nicole. we are going to address the news of fidel castro's death. what does that mean for u.s. cuba relations. we'll talk to marco rubio of florida about what should change in the obama policy. what he would like to see from cuba now died. we'll also talk to experts about cuba policy and then step out of politics for a moment as americans spent the week celebrating their own private thanksgiving we are going to elevate some people and have some people on the show for whom we are grateful who spend their lives trying to help others from u.s. service people over seas serving america to photographers to teachers, those who deal with opioid addiction and even ben skully
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then we step back in some politics and have our reporters round table where we are going to talk about all of the things going on in the trump transition. who he has named so far and what can he can tell about the picks in the top post he has named so far and what are we to make of the public trials he's holding for secretary of state and that is a post that has been left unfulfilled and we'll talk about that as well as the donald trump's private business holding and his family business which spreads all over the world and the trump presidency. how is he going to build a wall or is he going to build a wall between the two? >> jam packed thank you so much john. face the nation airs at 10:30 a.m. right here on wbz. the transfer of power progressive in washington
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>> just to be clear are you a candidate for reelection? >> john keller the governor sits down with next on wbz this
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thank you so much for i'm nicole jacobs. of course it is sunday november 27. we are going to get over to pamela for what we can expect out of today's forecast. >> good morning. lots of sunshine on tap for today. chilly temperatures in the 30s for most locations. boston, norwood, taunton, plymouth all at 37 degrees and you want the heavy winter coat today because the wind is going to make it feel like it's cooler than it actually is.
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in boston and plymouth, 34 degrees in p town and in chatham. wind could gust up to 25 miles per hour from time to time making it feel like the upper 30s even though we have a high of 46 degrees, tons of sunshine and a fetch clouds lingering across the outer cape and the islands and to the north in the higher elevations of new hampshire could see a couple of flurries in the berkshires. otherwise high pressure in control for the rest of rain in the next seven day forecast. nicole? >> thank you so much pamela. update on our breaking news this morning one person involved in a two car crash received life threatening injuries just north of free port street around supreme court 00 this morning. the driver involved in the crash was also injured and taken to the hospital. we'll keep an eye on this story and certainly keep you posted as we learn more information. time now is 8:30.
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stories for you. police have not released the name of a woman found dead inside of an apartment where children were also found inside alive. all three of those kids in the bismarck street home are under the age of four and are getting checkth out at the hospital. police haven't said if the dead woman is the mother of those children and they haven't said either whether or not it is foul play. right now they believe she is not the victim of a crime although her dea vehicle that may have been involved in a hit-and-run in brockton. it happened early friday morning as the man was leaving the spot bar and lounge with friends. this surveillance video was given to police which shows the impact but we are not going to show it because it is very graphic. the man was thrown into the air and badly injured. witnesses say the car never stopped. one ticket has hit the
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tennessee. so far no one has come forward to claim the prize. last night's jack pot was the 11 11th largest in powerball history. the largest prize ever $1.6 billion with a b was split between three winning tickets back in january. this morning police are searching for whoever spray painted swastikas and racist terms on the campus of the school in harvard. but this what happened after that vandalism is what's taking off. paul burton has more. >> bum field high school students in harvard are letting their voices beheader through the stroke of a brush. >> love, hope, not hate. >> on saturday the students led by the senior class came today to take a disturbing and racist situation and turn it into something positive. >> regardless of what was put on there yesterday that isn't
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>> on thanksgiving night under the cover of darkness someone defaced the school rock with vulgar and racist images devastating not just the school but the entire community. >> seeing the rock completely defaced was like insane. >> we tried to paint the rock in a way to promote peace and positivity and i was disgusted that someone would take that and make it so negative and hateful. >> this hurt everybody. this didn't just hurt a >> students faculty and parents rallied together to repaint the rock. >> seeing people of all ages from the under class men top kids from other schools to just parents, administration. it's amazing to see everybody here. >> what we are doing this afternoon in broad daylight is who we are. >> now that they removed the negative message with a fresh coat of white paint once it drys the students will come up with a positive message the
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for and believes in. >> it's important that we come together and show people this is a community of love and hope and it's not about hate. >> these students have been hurt. their community has been hurt by it. they are not going to just watch. they are going to stand up and make their voices heard. >> a class, a school and an entire community unite. in harvard, paul burton wbz news. time now for keller at large. today john sits down with maac baker. ? [ music ] ? good morning hope everyone had a happy and safe thanksgiving and i'm delighted you could join me for an early christmas present, a visit from governor charlie acre the governor of massachusetts. welcome governor. >> hey john how are you. >> good to have you there. happy thanksgiving. >> same to you. >> so you got an early holiday gift the other day i don't know
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reported that newton mayor warren who has announced he's not running for mayor is fund raising for you in 2018. he's hired john walsh one of the key architects of the victory over to you in 2010. what recommends you to the voters over mayor warren? >> i'm just going to concentrate on my day job which is what i've been doing for the past two years. it's a job that i really enjoy and appreciate the fact that that really has been our focus as an administration. i hear that all of the time when i'm out and about the fact that we just really seem to want to focus on the work is something people appreciate especially given the political season that just ended and the lieutenant governor and i have talked about the fact at some point down the road we'll get into that conversation but for the time being we'll focus on our day job.
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happen as it might. >> what do you think of warren? >> i worked with him on some issues. we are close in economic development projects and housing projects and modernizeation and legislation on our community program which has 250 communities involved but as i said i'm going to focus on the day job. >> just to be clear are you a candidate for reelection? >> the lieutenant governor and sometime next year. >> is there any chance you won't run? >> you never know in this business but i would say we have a big agenda and have been pursuing it aggressively and as long as i think we have something to off to the people and to the voters of massachusetts it's certainly going to be something we consider. >> you are not expecting a call from the trump transition team i take it. >> like i said i'm going to focus on my day job.
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of you following at home. >> what have you learned from the pacing you took of the lifting of the ballot question. >> first of all i was pleased to support making sure that we do everything we can to make sure families here in the commonwealth of mass wherever you live have access to the kind of education that works for you and your kids and i think the big lesson i took from that is there are a lot of people in massachusetts who were worry about th issue. and that is certainly something we have to consider but by big issue is that was nine communities that reached the cap which meant that charter schools were very popular with the people in those communities and we need to continue to work on programs and opportunities to improve the quality of schools everywhere. we've been aggressive about supporting our vocational and technical schools and work with
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government around leadership because up in lawrence jeff reilly has proven leadership can be a big success in urban education, locker school days and i think we need to take a look at some of the stuff like opportunity zones they are doing in springfield middle schools which seem to be pretty successful. >> we know from past experience the massachusetts teacher's association the largest teacher union, hates charter schools and wants them gone could. they've never cooperated with the concept of charter schools and have seized every opportunity they could to rid of them. are they now pushing further in your view? >> again a lot of people in massachusetts about 40,000 kids in charter schools whose families are very happy with them and this ballot question was about nine communities where the cap had been reached. >> but if the voters don't really care or don't care
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back the teacher unions on this why wouldn't they back them on going any further? >> well i think it would be very difficult for people to take away something that's worked so well for so many kids in cities around the commonwealth. i mean between the graduation rates and success rates and the performance of a lot of these schools and kids that are in them on some of our standardized testing demonstrates that a lot of kids they work and i would cenl opportunities away from people and i know there are hoof people on beacon hill who would join me on that one. we need to come up with other strategies to improve the schools period especially in urban centers. >> on that note we'll take a quick break and when we
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welcome back. a charlie baker the governor of massachusetts and one more quick thing on education and then i want to get into other topics with you governor. as we were taping this prior to the holiday president elect trump had just appointed betsy devois as the secretary of education. what role would you like to see the federal government playing
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education reform movements here in massachusetts going forward? >> well i don't know that much about betsy, but if you think about john king who is a current secretary of education under barrack obama he started one of the charter schools here in boston very interested in urban education, always has been. arnie duncan who was the previous secretary of education was the superintendant of schools in the city of chicago. >> they talked a what have they delivered for us. >> they managed to create a pretty big incentive for states like ours and we did expand the cap we had at that point on charter schools in massachusetts. my guess is she will focus on urban education because that has been where most of the folks who are interested in the reform movement spend most of their time and frankly that's where the best opportunity is. if you think about massachusetts our suburban
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and we have a bunch of terrific schools in our cities as well but everybody would agree the place where we need to do more is in the cities and that's where they'll come at it at the federal level as well. >> let's squeeze in questions about transportation. i understand there's progress you are going to be announcing this coming week about the- -what do you call it, the ride share-- >> transportation--t nc. >> another acre anymore r to try to remember. what's up. >> this is the uber and lyft stuff. >> right. >> when we started talking to them after the new legislation passed creating safety and insurance standard ears and market leveling standards. >> background checks on drivers, all that stuff, yup. >> and the good news is we will be signing an mou. >> memorandum of understanding for you fans. >> an agreement with the folks
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checks and getting them all done so that over the course of the next few months we'll be able to process all of the drivers through that background check process and then weed out ones we need to weed out based on the standards and it is in fact in some respects the most comprehensive standard for this in the country and will happen a lot faster than it might have otherwise. >> are you go to apply the same approach merchants? >> we've had conversations with folks on the legislative side about this and they've had conversations with the yes folks and even people who supported the yes thing said the legislation had work in it that needed to be fixed and looking forward to hearing from the legislation. i'm seeing all of this push back by the union.
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at a recent rally pushing back on your privacy efforts. is the legislature still behind you or do you have concerns about the politics of all of this. >> i think the legislature has seen a lot of progress. many leaders have told me they've seen more progress in the past couple of years on reforming some of what i call the out dated practices of the tees they saw at any time previous and despite all of the noise good working relationship about most of the unions there including the carommen's union and two other things for you to know. number one there are more bus drivers. >> union bus drivers. >> you never know that just follow the news and the media but we've also through mostly modernizing corporate we've saved $63 million on the
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going forward here is big investments in what i call the stuff nah people notice and reform the way the place operated and that's exactly what the people are looking for. >> appreciate having you. that's governor charlie baker of massachusetts. that's it for me. have a great rest of the holiday weekend. back over to my colleagues for >> here now with pamela gardner. i know there's showers coming up but i have blinders on and i'm looking at the 50s. >> sure. 50s on the way for midweek great news and sunshine on the way for today. >> there we go. >> let's get the clouds out of here a rough couple of days because of that and high pressure our friend settling in giving us clearing conditions. low pressure to our north and east creating some of the snow
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hampshire the higher elevations and flurries in upstate new york a little bit of air flow over the great lakes creating lake effect snow and flurries there reaching all the way into the berkshires. that's about it for us today. the rest of us sunshine and chilly, temperatures for now 37 in boston cooler because of that wind out there sustained wind from the northwest 10 to 250 but the wind gusts a 25 miles per hour gusts in province town, 28 miles per hour on nantucket so keep that in mind as you head out you want to bundle up and act like it's much cooler than temperatures. boston 29, 23 worcester and 39 in chatham. today's high temperatures in the 30s feeling more like the upper 30s beverley to boston high of 45. 40 degrees in worcester, full
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temperatures a beautiful day today compared to the cloudiness the last couple of days and great end to this long holiday weekend. low temperatures tonight back to right around freezing in boston. many of the suburbs mid to upper 20s and the wind will subside slightly overnight tonight and areas of frost once again to start off your monday morning. satellite and radar clouds lingering across the cape. both capes cape ann and cape cod higher elevations maine to new hampshire in the mountains but high pressure to our south and west will settle in giving us sunshine for your day today and tomorrow and the system that will give us mid rain for the week. this afternoon looking great. still clouds outer cape otherwise still clear. passing clouds monday morning and monday waking up to no
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warm front lifts into our area bringing us the rain chance and lots of rain moving our way for tuesday afternoon into wednesday and thursday as well. rainfall up to an inch and a half by thursday but high temperatures in the 50s that will feel good. nicole? >> pamela thank you. more news after the break.
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new photos of a close encounter with a bear in new hampshire. a homeowner posted pictures on facebook just taking in his bird feeders when his security cameras captured this black bear standing in the same spot. perhaps he was not too pleased with the removal of his snack. preston is no strangers to bears making noise every time he goes into his yard just to scare pamela. >> lots of sunshine on the forecast this afternoon high of 46 degrees and a bit of a breeze so keep that in mind feeling like the upper 30s from time to time. how long the sunshine will last and when we can see a warm up. another look at the seven dam
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the weather for santa clause to ride on the boston common instead of flying in santa was scheduled yesterday to deliver his holiday message near the frog pond but due to weather conditions he arrived by ambulance to greet family least. familia gardner here with one last check of the weather. not so good for santa yesterday but today looking fantastic.
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moving out for the outer cape a few lingering clouds but a sunny day this afternoon. 46 degrees northwest breeze making it feel like the upper 30s from time to time and monday more sunshine to start off the work week heading back to school. more 50s tuesday wednesday and thursday and a chance for rain all three of those days. >> stay tuned for abc sunday morning next. make it a grea
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