tv WBZ This Morning CBS November 28, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EST
. breaking news. right now at 4:30 a crash between a logan express bus and a car overnight sends people to the hospital and causes a fuel leak. a dunkin' donuts employee attacks an pl is now alleging voter fraud in three states, including new hampshire. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, everybody, i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckinnon. it's monday, november 28th. you sound a little under the weather. >>you know a night late of -- a late night of partying. good
and weekend. weather-wise we are in the 20s and 30s right now. we are 28 in worcester right now. 35 in manchester, and upper 20s to upper 30s on cape cod. clouds a variable, so clear skies for some of us and patchy fog cover. the clouds will be with us at times this morning but will thin and give us some sunshine. av going to be working our direction. today is plenty quiet. sun and clouds, sunrise at 6:51 this morning. fair and cool through the afternoon. highs in the mid 40s, not all that strong winds today. temperatures in the upper 30s. we'll time out the rain for tomorrow and wednesday coming up. quiet start, live look at
of cars right now, 30 minutes from methuen to downtown boston. 95 up to 128 completely clear, so is route 3 along the south shore. and 10 minutes from braintree through the pike. a car and a logan express bus collide in chelsea. three people were taken to the hospital. crews were called to the scene bellingham streets. police are still investigating what caused the crash. to a developing story, police searching for a man who tried to lure a child with what appeared to be a playstation 4. the child walked away. the man trove off. police say the driver appeared to be about 20 years old. his car, a burgundy four-door with two red bumper
the president-elect getting back to work after the holiday weekend. today donald trump is set to meet with more candidates for his administration. his former campaign spokesperson is making it clear she doesn't think mitt romney should be secretary of state. donald trump is now claiming voter fraud. in one of 11 tweets yesterday he wrote "in addition to winning the electoral if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally." he wrote "why didn't the media reporting on this? serious bias. big problem." >> reporter: donald trump took to twitter sunday morning to criticize the recount effort that now has the support hillary clinton's campaign. he wrote hillary clinton conceded the
in. the president-elect also tweeted clinton's own words to trump during the campaign about accepting the results of the election. >>the idea that we are going to drag this out where the president-elect has been incredibly magnanimous to the clintons and to the obamas is pretty incredible. >> reporter: bernie sanders defended the recount effort. >>almost every election there's a recount. there's nothing wrong with going process. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump will resume interviewing candidates for his administration monday. he still needs to fill several cabinet positions. his former campaign manager made it clear sunday that she does not think the nominee should be mitt romney. >>people feel betrayed to think that governor romney went out of his way to question the character and intellect and
cabinet position of all, secretary of state. >> reporter: rudy giuliani has also been named as a frontrunner, wendy gillette, cbs news, new york. some residents are fighting to keep the natural gas pipeline from being turned on as early as today. protesters plan to meet this morning. the past few years they have voiced concerns about the safety of the pipeline and its envinm the project runs through dedham and west roxbury. a lawsuit against the pipeline is pending. several people forced out of their home after a fire in dorchester. this morning we know what caused it, a short circuit in a power strip sparked the fire yesterday. the fire moved quickly with intense flames burning through the back of the house. the chief estimates damage around $350,000. the red cross has stepped in to help the residents.
house and burns everything that you own, it's something that takes years to come back from. >>fortunately, there were no major injuries. one prior to was treated for minor burns to his leg. a dunkin' donuts worker attacked with a cup of hot tea. transit police say this woman got into a dispute with the employee two weeks ago at dudley square station and threw a cup of hot tea at the employee. if you recognize her, call mountain police. a rhode island is due -- call mbta police. a rhode island man is due in court today. when he was pulled over and was approached by an officer he sped off.
car and police arrested him. officers found $1,800 in cash in the car and several bags of cocaine in a culvert along the road. an animal abuse case in westport is drawing criticism. animals were found living in deplorable conditions. a protest group will ask two members to resign at town meetings tonight. both men are accused of failing to properly their inspection duties have been revoked by the state. the patriots beat the jets, but it comes with a hefty price. rob gronkowski left the field in the first quarter with a back injury and did not return. it was a big win for tom brady, the 200th of his career. >>levan reid has the highlights. >> reporter: good morning, everybody.
200th win we got to see vintage t.b. 12. tom always says he likes victories, and that was a solid drive. >>we had a -- we stacked the receivers and kind of played over the top of it. we did a good job breaking flat on that quick out there. malcolm made a nice catch and got in the end zone. it was a great call by josh, something we hadn't re time. >>at first i thought it was going to julian, and then i realized he wasn't reaching for it, so i thought maybe i should. >> reporter: so the 200th syringe tree ties brady with peyton manning. at metlife stadium i'm levan reid
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modeling machine to manufacture the boots. the original boot was designed more than 100 years ago. in today's money watch a new twist on candy canes, plus holiday sales off to a busy start. and commercial flights to cuba are on the way. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, chris and kate. u.s. airlines will launch regularly scheduled american airlines will run a one-hour flight from miami to havana. many other airlines will start offering havana flights from different u.s. airports in the coming weeks. it is cyber monday. online sales could hit at least $3.3 billion, 9% more than 2015, and 27% more than 2014.
were just $2.6 billion. retailers are offering deep discounts as are hotels and resorts. more people shopped over the thanksgiving weekend, but they spent less money, mostly because retailers offered bigger discounts. americans spent about $289 on average, $10 less than last year. just in time for the holidays one seattle-based business is putting a twist on a treat, candy canes with flavors like bacon and pickles. that will cost you about $7 for a box of 6. >>jill, thank you very much. >>it sounds delicious. >>it totally does. >> reporter: i want a coffee candy cane. >>we could use that. jill, thank you. >>i don't know if i would actually eat it, but i might give as a gift.
to try them onset. >>oh, really? great. awesome. >>danielle, i can't wait. >>can we stay away from the with a soby ones -- wasbi -- wasibi ones? 35 degrees at logan airport. the real-feel is in the upper 20s. 28 in worcester, 31 nashua. plymouth and laconia, 27. upper 20s in taunton and plymouth and 30s over cape cod. a bit of a cool, chilly start no matter how you want to put it this morning with a few scattered clouds. overall it's a quiet today today. that changes tomorrow. we've got a storm. you see that counterclockwise spin. it's pretty significant in terms of
south dakota with rain ahead of it, and it's on the way for us as we head into wednesday. today is quiet. tonight the clouds increase. this is your map tomorrow. the morning commute should be dry. i can't rule out an isolated shower, but we generally wait until mid to late morning for the rain to move in. tomorrow will be damp. rain ramps up from there with heavy downpours tomorrow evening. the first wave by. wednesday morning should be dry, but mainly cloud then. and the next wave of low pressure comes from the south and will fill in as showers and areas of rain wednesday evening and will rain hard wednesday night, thursday morning. high temperatures today in the 40s. 44 in boston, a little bit cooler than we should be this time of the year. clouds increase tonight, 29 to 34 in
push into the 50s. with this rain comes some wild air. 53 in boston tomorrow, middle to upper 50s along the coast. in terms of rainfall totals, we should see about an inch from the first batch tomorrow and perhaps another inch wednesday. it's welcome news for the drought situation here. december 1st, thursday, we're going to be in the mid 50s with the sunshine breaking out and then we turn cooler to end the week, a seasonal day friday and a little bit cooler but fair temperatures in the low to mid 40s. danielle, it was a busy weekend on the pike, but things have calmed down significantly. 35 minutes right now from 495 to the tunnel. ride from the north looks good, route 1, route 3, 128 all clear. it's 35 minutes down to 93 south. tens of thousands of cubans
fidel castro this morning. his death has many cuban exiles in the u.s. looking forward to better times in their home country. henna daniels has more. >> reporter: massive crowds are expected today to pay tribute to fidel castro. mourners will be allowed to sign a book of condolences. the iron fisted former dictator had numerous critics abroad, but in cuba where he ruled for nearly years, many people admired him. victor manual said he felt like he had lost a patriarch, but in miami's little havana where thousands of cuban exiles live, more people are celebrating than grieving. ian rodriguez's parents are from cuba. rubra remains a communist nation
henna daniels, cbs news. president-elect donald trump says he looks forward to a cuba where all residents can live in free do. he's promised to reverse president obama's executive order to normalize relations with cuba until the freedoms are restored. veterans protesting a massachusetts college that stopped flying the american flag. organizers described the event as "a they held up flags and chanted u.s.a. colleges decided to stop flying flags which when their main flag was burned by students. the school's decision, according to them, disrespects veterans and americans. >>it's because of our veterans who have given the ultimate sacrifice and their families
. federal inspectors will be back at the pilgrim nuclear power station. the plant is set to close they will update the public on their findings this afternoon. some boston police officers helped track down a man accused of stealing from a church. the suspect was captured on video breaking into the church stealing an ipad and other equipment. officers relate to area on sunday spotted a man -- officers patrolling the area sunday spotted a man that matched the description.
out what sent a car off the highway sunday morning. police say a car went over the guardrail, rolled, and hit another vehicle on marcy boulevard. the driver was killed. two other people in the other vehicle are expected to be okay. a couple speaking out after their daughter was hit by a wrong-way daughter on thanksgiving morning. the woman was driving to her parents' driver crashed into her. she was rushed to the hospital. she suffered a fractured pelvis and cuts to her knees. her stepfather described hearing the news of her crash. >>she's a sweet girl, a nice young lady, and she's delicate and beautiful, and she was coming home to be with her family on thanksgiving, and to have that interrupted by this
>>police say the wrong-way driver died in the crash. braintree police are asking for your help to find a missing girl that they say may need medical attention. police are searching for 17-year-old ivy coolis who appeared from the granite hotel friday. she was last seen wearing jeans and a gray sweatshirt with stripes. if you've seen her you're asked to police have located and towed a vehicle that may have been involved in a hit-and-run on friday. surveillance camera shows a man being hit on friday night, being thrown through the air and badly injured. a man has been arrested who was accused of robbing several banks. investigators say he robbed a bank early sunday
star wars fans waiting in line overnight to score tickets to the newest film, rogue one, a star wars story. tickets went on sale at midnight at theaters and online. the new film folkses on a group of spies trying to steal plans for the death star. december 16th. >>because of the high demand fandango had to have a waiting room online. >>a lot of people got posters to hang up in their parents' basement. that's cool too. >>what are you saying? top stories straight ahead here on wbz. >>the news at 5 starts right now. breaking news right now at 5:00 a car collides with a logan express bus in chelsea, several
and crews trying to clean up a fuel spill. we're live with the latest. a dunk in doughnuts worker attacked with a hot cup of tea. president-elect donald trump is now alleging voter fraud in three states, including new hampshire. the patriots beat the jets, but the win coming with a price. what we're learning about gronk's injury. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this news this morning. i'm chris mckinnon. >>and i'm kate merrill. it is monday november 28th. the long holiday weekend is over. there's still some turkey probably in your fridge, danielle, but the kids are going back to school today. >>i think i have 10 pounds of turkey left in my fridge. do you want a turkey sandwich? i hope everyone had a wonderful thanksgiving and a great