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sunday is brighter but cooler. look for high temperatures around 60 degrees with a fair amount of clouds. only around 50 degrees on sunday. notice temperatures do moderate near 60 by veterans day. we will break down the forecast for today. emily: breaking overnight -- a person found dead in a dorchester neighborhood. the questions this morning following that disturbing discovery. randy: new travel concerns as word spreads that this jetliner crash may be tied to terrorism. the steps being taken right now to keep the skies safe. emily: commitment 2016. a gop shakeup. who is in and who is out in the next republican debate. >> good morning. randy: also on the eye, they are the hot new apps here
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in the boston area. the companies finding new ways to bring you convenience. some relaxation and great things out there. good morning. i' m randy price. emily: i' m emily riemer with cindy fitzgibbon. sounds pretty good. yesterday was such a treat. cindy: 76 yesterday in and that wasn' t even a record. the record high today is 73 and we have a chance to get there. we are starting out in the lower 60' s. you probably do not even need a jacket out the door. lower 60' s along the cape. there were a couple of showers last night along the cape. the rest of us are dry, a little bit of patchy fog.
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this front is going to final un nel up warmer temperatures today. the wind picks up throughout the day. the clouds will thin out for a little bit of sunshine. we will likely see our temperatures jump up into the low to mid 70' s. about 74, boston. a little cooler on the cape. 74 would be a new record high for the day. we will be close. let' s get you out to the roads. olessa: a life look outside at the they can bridge. it is a quiet start. all that construction in the
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picking up the road work on 128, and once again on the pike over by newton corner. trains and buses starting the morning on schedule. emily: thank you. breaking overnight, boston police are looking into a death in dorchester. police and the medical examiner responded to 60 southern avenue before midnight. and a body was taken from that building. right now it' s not clear who that person was or how they died. residents stayed outside the building while police were on the scene. randy: right now, u.s. airlines are preparing to boost security since terrorism looms as a possibility in a deadly plane crash. emily: hundreds of people were killed when a passenger plane went down in egypt, and some think it' s the work of isis. randy: the eye' s frank holland is live at logan airport with what this means for travel to the u.s. frank? frank: intelligence leaders are keeping a closer eye on commercial flights headed to the states. it comes as concerns grow about a bomb taking down that russian
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counterintelligence experts are also focusing on electronic intercepts of terrorists, talking about a bomb. but there' s no solid evidence that the terror group isis is responsible. the concern still having an impact here. u.s. airlines will reportedly add security to flights coming to america. even before the russian jet crash, an undercover sting operation last summer exposed deep security lapses at u.s. airports. >> here at home, the 96% of the covert efforts by tsa to test themselves proved inadequate. frank: transportation officials say the biggest focus, for now, will be enhancing security specifically for flights from the middle east. live at logan airport, frank holland, wcvb, newscenter 5. emily: thank you. new information this morning on a woman' s body found bound and burned in bridgewater. the enterprise reports police now think she was killed somewhere elsewhere, then dumped in bridgewater. the unidentified victim was found just before midnight tuesday along railroad tracks on oak street. right now, police are still
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trying to figure out who was found dead inside a burned-out car in worcester. that discovery was breaking news on the eye yesterday. investigators spent the day chipping away at the charred ground off swan avenue and sifting through the dirt to find clues. the medical examiner will conduct an autopsy to figure out if the person inside the car died in the fire, or before it started. randy: and right now there' s a renewed effort to solve the case of a murdered new hampshire woman. yesterday fbi agents joined local investigators to search an area a block away from where denise robert was gunned down in manchester. it happened in august as she walked in her neighborhood. there is still no suspect. a reward for information in the case now tops $42,000. 5 on the opioid crisis with a new look at one cause of the deadly epidemic. the eye' s antoinette antonio is at the state house with the new revelations. antoinette? antoinette: the concern here is the drug fentanyl.
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public health shows a huge spike in fatal overdoses linked to the painkiller. this new data is showing over people who fatally overdosed with fentanyl in their system topped 330 cases. that' s a more than 50% spike from the previous 12-month period. it' s not clear if fentanyl was the actual cause of death in those instances. the department of public health does not keep track of the total overdose deaths in the state last year are linked to the drug. other states do keep track of that information, and governor baker says it' s time massachusetts starts doing a a better job. dph officials say they are working to overhaul their reporting system. in all there were 1200 overdose deaths statewide in 2014. we' re live at the statehouse this morning. antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. in commitment 2016, chris
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christie and mike huckabee will not be on the main stage during next week' s gop debate. fox business is making them part of the so-called undercard, along with bobby jindal and rick santorum. that leaves donald trump, jeb bush, and ben carson on the main stage, among others. meantime, hillary clinton is coming out with strong words for her republican opponents. the eye' s erika tarantal has her late-night appearance. erika: the democratic presidential contender appeared on "jimmy kimmel" last night. she said she was both appalled and amused as she watched the last republican debate, suggesting the candidates avoided serious issues. mrs. clinton: i just wish they would actually address the real problems that americans face, like how do we make college more affordable? how do you make the debt that kids have built up down? erika: clinton declined to say much about ben carson, who has a lead of 10 points over her in the latest quinnipiac poll. kimmel did mention carson' s latest headline-making statement about a biblical figure building the egyptian pyramids, but clinton didn' t
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pounce. she said presidential contenders have to watch what they say. clinton spent time joking about her husband. she and kimmel also pondered what bill will call himself if he becomes a "first spouse." mrs. clinton: it' s a little bit more complicated with him. people still call former presidents mr. president. so i have to really work on this. jimmy: "first president lady" would be a nice thing to call him. erika: clinton also said she' d win if she ran against her husband. she also said she' ll be watching donald trump' s appearance on "saturday night live." emily: thank you. a family is coming to terms with a loss. they say brad mcgee was the pilot killed in a plane crash wednesday night. the small plane, bound for portsmouth, went down off the coast of new york. mcgee called his wife wednesday night to tell her he was heading home from a business trip in philadelphia. his brother phil says the family
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>> unquestionably. it was his plane. he was the pilot. there was one body found. there is 100% certainty that no one else was flying that playing. emily: phil now says his family is preparing to say goodbye to the man they watched graduate from harvard, serve in the navy, start two businesses, run maraons, and fly airplanes. brad mcgee is survived by his wife of 30 years, teri. the cause of that crash remains under investigation. emily: an oil giant accused of lying to shareholders. the investigation tied to climate change that is just beginning. and then there' s. >> a week after i turned 16. emily: the man was her teacher. 5 investigates looks at why it wasn' t a crime, and what this woman is doing now to fight teacher abuse. randy: olessa finds out a
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away. right here in the studio. the other hot new apps to boston bringing convenience and service. erika? erika: breaking overnight -- boston police are investigating after a body was found in dorchester. the medical examiner was called to southern avenue late last night. we will bring you new information as it comes in. cindy? cindy: it' s looking more likely that we will hit a record today. how warm we get before we cool down gradually over the weekend. outside. lower 60' s right now in boston.
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>> good morning. we just had a weather lesson with miss cindy. and we want to say -- we love shamrock scholl in woburn. good morning, eyeopener! yay! randy: good morning, shamrock elementary. cindy loved stopping by woburn to teach the kids about weather. cindy: they were smart. fourth and fifth graders. they knew a lot. wonderful time.
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emily: good morning to all of them. we would love to see your wake-up call. just go to the front page of and upload it in the u-local section of our website. >> they are coming for your job. how about this whether? cindy: shorts at the bus stop weather. it is going to be similar to yesterday. we were up around 77 in salem. 76 in boston yesterday. today the record high, 73 in boston. 70 in worcester. we have a chance of getting there in boston. the entire country is divided. look how cold it is in the west. there has been a bunch of snow out west. the jet stream has been taking a dip. a big ridge at the eastern
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seaboard. warmer temperatures. that is changing this weekend. cooler air is going to start to come in. it will turn more seasonable. lower 60' s out the door. you do not need a jacket. it is a warm start this morning. patches of fog. there were a couple of showers at the cape overnight last night. the risk of a shower on the cape through the morning hours. otherwise cloud cover and patchy fog. we have showers ahead of a frontal boundary. a strong southwesterly wind is going to feed in warmer temperatures. the wind about 15, 20 miles per hour. looking for temperatures in the mid-to-upper 60'
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s on the south coast and the cape. 74 in boston would beat the record. by early this afternoon, clouds will thin out for a little bit of sunshine. the frontal boundary is producing showers now. i think we' re looking at lingering clouds overnight. tomorrow the chapters -- the temperatures do not change a whole lot. more clouds on saturday. low pressure keep some clouds around. of the weekend days, around 50 on sunday. if you' re headed to gillette for the patriots game, about 49 with the breeze 10-20. it will feel colder than that. november weather on sunday.
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near 60 on veterans day. a chance for showers next thursday into friday. weather? we like this new version. olessa: thank you. so far a live look outside. we look at the pike. the rest of the trip looks good. we' re hoping for friday light. no problems getting into boston this morning. looking good on the pike and route 9. trains and buses starting the day on schedule. randy: 5 investigates, digging deeper into reports of teachers caught sexually abusing students. in many cases, criminal charges are never filed. that' s what happened to andrea clemens. she tells our karen anderson that her junior high school teacher from norwood waited
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>> what if i had come forward sooner? could they have been spared? randy: since then, andrea has also written a book and tells her story wherever she can. she' s working to make it a crime in massachusetts and other states for teachers to have sex with students, even if the students are above the age of consent, like she was. the state of new york is investigating whether exxon mobil lied to the public and its shareholders about the risks of climate change. the investigation focuses on whether the company' s statements are consistent with their own scientific research.
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over extensive records and e-mails. "the new york times" reports the investigation might expand to other oil companies as well. emily: new this morning, from getting around town, to answers, to bringing relaxation to your door. olessa is back with the offering is quite a bit. olessa: you can do everything with your fingers and your smartphone. what do you need? that' s what they want to know. others. the next step, connecting person. >> we see a great reception in the area. olessa: boston joggers have a new option -- boston drivers had a new option for getting around
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s. record highs likely today. sunday is a brighter weekend day, 50 degrees. do not forget about scatting for food this weekend. boy scouts coming around collecting food. donate if you can. randy: thank you. morning eyepoppers. erika: we begin with a tale of survival this morning. meet 3-month-old noodle. that is such a great name for a dog. sailors rescued this labrador retriever off the coast of italy. he had been on a ferry with his brand-new owner when he slipped his leash and he fell he was . found paddling for dear life. this little survivor now getting attention all over the world. talk about hanging on for dear life. the vancouver police department
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posted this photo on facebook of niko taking part in a rappelling exercise. he' s holding on to his handler with both pause ws but he looks really scared. niko is fastened in a body sling and fully supported. i have a fear of heights. randy: i that dollars would handle it better than we would. emily: a salem convenience store owner is headed to prison. the sentence for a food stamp scam. a big surprise for a local couple. the unexpected arrival being called a miracle this morning. >> this is an editorial. >> the on wes indebted union unraveled as quickly as it was formed. most of the candidates joined ranks to take control over
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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] randy: breaking overnight, boston police investigating after a body is discovered in dorchester. what we know right now. emily: new questions about this bridge many of you drive on every day. the concerns and high costs of repairs.
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randy: a major milestone for a woman defying the odds. the local doctors and breakthrough surgery keeping her alive, on the eye. >> good morning. this is newscenter 5, the eye-opener. emily: taking a look at the bridge. i' m emily riemer. randy: and i am randy price. >> it feels like summer out. cindy: i think this is going down to the record books today. on a typical early november day, our average high is 55. we already in the lower 60' s. lower 60' s on the cape. the cape could be a little damp and spots. the rest of us are going to be seeing a dry day.
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showers off to the west. a lot of these are going to try up -- dry up before they get here. despite not seeing a lot of sunshine today, we' re going to have a lot of clouds and partly sunny skies developing this afternoon. the wind pushed the temperatures up into the lower 70' s. there are the showers possible on the cape this morning. i am forecasting the warmest highs today. low to mid 70' s. mid 60' s on cape cod. 74 degrees would surpass the record for today. you will be close in worcester, as well. let' s get you out to the roads. olessa: the leverett connector is looking ok. let'
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s get over to the maps. one crash on 128 south by route 2. minutes. you are in good shape on the pike. good. schedule. emily: breaking overnight, death in dorchester. a body was taken from a building on southern avenue overnight, but it' s not clear how that person died. randy: right now, the possibility of terrorism as the cause of this plane crash in egypt could lead to security changes. white house leaders are reviewing ways to keep a closer look at flights coming to the u.s. from certain countries. emily: police now think the woman found burned in somewhere else. they think the unidentified woman' s body was dumped along the railroad tracks on oak street. randy: new this morning, trouble for a high-traffic bridge in boston after nearly $57 million
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in renovations. emily: the eye' s sera congi is live on the alford street bridge with the red flags. sera: the bridge connects everett to charlestown. a lot of people use it to avoid the toll on the tobin. problems have been uncovered by "the boston herald. they include loose pieces in the metal grid system on the movable part of the bridge. no fender to guide ships under the bridge correctly. and defective switches that open and lower the drawbridge. that function has failed at least three times this year. you may remember this incident, in march, when the bridge was stuck in an open position, backing up traffic for miles. taxpayers paid for these renovations, which were done by massdot contractor sps new england. now, a spokesperson boston mayor
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been talking to massdot about the bridge and many are covered under warranty with the contractor. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. right now, a framingham high student is charged with raping a classmate behind the school. 18-year-old patrick cowart is being held on $50,000 bail. cowart claims he had consensual sex with the alleged victim when they met in the woods wednesday afternoon. school councilors say she was incoherent and possibly intoxicated when they found her. the school department says it' s investigating what happened. new this morning, a leominster woman who confessed to stabbing her boyfriend to death has been indicted. stephanie cruz of water street is charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing cedric taylor back in june. she then called police and confessed to the crime. police say taylor had served time for a domestic assault on cruz. she remains in custody until her next court date. randy: the owner of a market in
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stamp fraud. cristian pena pleaded guilty to scamming the federal program out of $1.5 million. he was sentenced to four to six years in state prison and will be deported afterward. his father, who was a clerk at the store, was sentenced to two years' probation. emily: a local couple gets the surprise of a lifetime. a woman went to the hospital with stomach pain and left with something she never expected. erica is back to explain. erika: 47-year-old judy brown took a quick ride to beverly hospital and was told this after her exam. >> she said, it is good news. you do not have any blockages. you are pregnant. ok. and you are going to have her now. erika: brown says she had no idea she was pregnant. eight-pound carolyn rose arrived an hour later, happy and healthy. brown says she thought what she had been feeling was a different kind of life change coming. >> i feel i'
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m still going to wake up in the emergency room, this was only age rain. erika: dad says he will soon have an operation to make sure carolyn is their only child. family members say it' s a miracle. randy, emily? randy: this morning we' re looking at the story of a woman who was supposed to be alive for days. emily: a new study focused on weight gained during pregnancy. the dangers for expectant moms. randy: and ahead in news to go, days after halloween, this kid' s costume is getting attention all the "star wars" icon applauding
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back. olessa: the northbound side is starting to pick up some of the rush-hour delays. wrapped up. this morning. a busy southwesterly wind is going to send the temperatures into the low to mid 70' s. forecasting 74. record-setting warmth in the month of november. sunday is the brighter and cooler day this weekend. randy: thank you. a celebration 10 years in the making at mass general. emma morgan was supposed to live just two weeks, but a breakthrough surgery saved her
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life. the team at mass general has made significant strides with the implantable heart pump, and that is what keeps her going. emma had a massive heart attack 10 years ago. she chose to enter a clinical trial, the first patient in new england to have the heartmate 2 implant. it' s a lighter, more streamlined version of the original heart pump. the past 10 years have been all about team work, with emma defying the odds. >> they had been good years. all my kids were young and they grew up. went to high school, college. randy: the heartmate 2 is now fda approved, and more than 10,000 patients are living with it. emily: breaking news -- a body discovered in dorchester. what we know right now. also, new support for the opioid plants. and serena williams running, but this time off the court.
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randy: good morning. friday morning. the eyeopener team ready with your news to go at logan airport, the state house, and in charlestown. emily: erika' s also tracking hillary clinton' s new comments on republicans. take a look at this. heavy rain in oregon flooding the light rail tracks in portland. it is incredible. imagine commuting though this. the transit system blames leaves that clogged storm drains and one of the heaviest days of rain
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it is halfway up the car. randy: there are wires involved. cindy: they have had snow and rain out west. phoenix, 50. it is freezing in denver. the country is divided. up into canada in the east. we have been enjoying these warm temperatures these past several days. the jet stream will change this weekend. you will notice the temperature after today gradually stepping down. the record to beat in worcester is 70. we' re starting out in the lower 60' s. on the cape we are in the lower 60' s. visibility around hyannis about half a mile this morning. it is not going to be the
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a couple more showers in the waters east of long island. we are going to see the clouds thin out with breaks of sunshine by noon time. low to mid 70' s today. going for the high of 74 in boston this afternoon with a few breaks of sunshine. the showers off to the west are drying out. i cannot completely rule out a spot showers during the evening hours. high clouds are going to stick with us. sunday we start to see cooler weather with more of a northwesterly. wind around 60 on saturday with partly sunny skies. cooler on sunday. olessa: we' re having some problems with the trains this morning. southbound side and see the
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delays really picking up. north of town we still watching an accident by route 2. eastbound on the pike you are in good shape. 10-15 minutes braintree into boston. everything else is on schedule. randy: breaking overnight, boston police are looking into a death in dorchester. police and the medical examiner responded to 60 southern avenue before midnight. a body was taken from that building. right now it' s not clear who that person was or how they died. residents stayed outside the building while police were on scene. airports around the country are getting ready to step up security over fears that bomb caused last weekend crash of a russian jetliner. emily: the eyeopener' s frank holland with the changes. frank: all flights coming to the u.s. will be under increased scrutiny by intellegince leaders. flights from the middle east
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even more so. concerns about bombs on a russian flight last saturday. counterintelligence efforts are focusing on intercepting electronic communications between terrorists talking about a bomb. but right now, there is no solid evidence the terror group isis is responsible. still, a high level of concern here at all u.s. airports. live at logan airport, frank holland, wcvb, newscenter 5. antoinette: new concerns this morning over the painkiller fentanyl and its link to fatal overdoses. new data from the medical examiner' s office shows that over the last year more than 330 people who fatally overdosed had fentanyl in their system. that' s a more than 50% spike from the previous 12-month period. it' s not clear if fentanyl was the cause of death. unlike other states, the mass department of public health does not keep track of the number of overdose deaths linked to fentanyl. governor baker says it' s time to change that. we' re live at the statehouse
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this morning. antoinette antonio, wcvb, 5. sera: a high-traffic bridge connecting everett to boston has a slew of problems despite a $57 million repair job. a "herald" report reveals boston public works engineers have flagged many issues with the alford street bridge. it' s a popular span because drivers use it to avoid the tobin bridge toll. some issues uncovered include loose pieces in the metal grid system, no fender to guide ships under the bridge correctly, and defective switches. a major renovation was completed last year by massdot contractor sps new england. a massdot spokesperson says many warranty with the contractor. kimmel" taking on rival republicans, critical of candidates making outlandish claims. mrs. clinton: we' re in the
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saying all kinds of stuff. serious. emily: clinton said she was both previous republican debate. lighter moments included what she would call former president bill clinton if she were to win. "first mate" an option. when kimmel asked if the former picking out new dinner china, as clinton said she' d more likely like creating jobs. randy: new information on a s body found bound and burned in bridgewater. our partners at the enterprise report police now think she was killed elsewhere, then dumped in -- then left in bridgewater. the unidentified victim was found just before midnight tuesday along railroad tracks on oak street. emily: police are still trying to figure out who was found dead inside a burned-out car in worcester. investigators spent the day chipping away at the charred ground off swan avenue and sifting through the dirt to find clues. the medical examiner will
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if the person inside the car died in the fire or before it started. randy: investigators say the illinois officer accused of staging his death tried to get a motorcycle gang member to kill a local city administrator. they believe the administrator was about to expose seven years of embezzling by lieutenant joe gliniewicz. police say they found packets of cocaine in gliniewicz' desk that he might have wanted to use to incriminate the administrator. emily: a renewed effort to solve the case of a murdered new hampshire woman. fbi agents joined local investigators yesterday to search an area one block away from where denise robert was gunned down while walking in her neighborhood in august. no suspect has been identified. a reward to help solve the murder has now topped $42,000. randy: one suspect in a gruesome marshfield murder was released from custody just two months before the crime. mark o' brien is accused of being part of a group that stormed into robert mckenna' s home in september and robbed and murdered him. o'
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brien has been arraigned 79 times on other charges, including burglary. but the judge in that case agreed to dismiss the charge and let o' brien out. emily: a violent crime in chicago where people are mourning the death of a 9-year-old boy gunned down near his grandmother' s house. police say tyshawn lee may have been targeted in retaliation for recent gang murders involving his relatives. police are pouring over surveillance video hoping to find witnesses. randy: state prosecutors are throwing their support behind governor charlie baker' s plan to tackle opioid abuse. the massachusetts district attorneys association sent legislative leaders a letter of support. the governor wants to limit painkillers for patients being prescribed an opioid drug for the first time. he' s also proposed giving medical professionals authority to commit patients posing a danger to themselves and others. emily: more and more colleges and universities are dropping the s.a.t. as an admissions requirement. most have been small, private colleges, but now, two area
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the trend -- umass lowell and salem state. administrators at both schools say they expect to draw a more diverse group of applicants without the standardized test scores. randy: an unlikely discovery during construction in new york city. a burial ground more than 100 years old was found near washington square park. construction crews dug up the vault while working on water mains. the area was known to be a burial ground after the revolutionary war. the landmarks preservation commission will now investigate the find. emily: a new study just released finds that nearly half of all pregnant women in the u.s. gain too much weight. experts say putting on too many extra pounds during pregnancy can harm the mom and may cause a range of problems for the child. experts say women of normal weight should add 25 to 35 pounds. overweight women should gain 15 to 25 pounds. randy: the bruins struggle to get out of a deep freeze. their lone goal against the washington capitals came from jimmy hayes on the power play in the first period last night. but the caps would tie it up
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just minutes later. d score three more on the night. 4-1 the final. bruins pick it up tomorrow against the canadiens in montreal. williams does more than just chase down tennis shots. security video captures williams running after a man who stole her cellphone while she ate lunch in san francisco. the tennis star jumped out of her seat and confronted the man, who admitted to taking the phone, and gave it back. s halloween costume is getting some national attention. 5-year-old sebastian bailey has cerebral palsy and needs a walker to get around. so his parents turned his walker into the millenium falcon with sebastian dressed as han solo. the costume even played the "star wars" theme and featured l.e.d. lights. actor mark hamill, who plays luke skywalker, tweeted his appreciation. emily: very creative. randy: a "star wars" superfan force awakens."
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emily: daniel fleetwood has a rare form of cancer. in july, he was given two months to live. his internet plea to see the movie before his death got the attention of the actors who play finn, chewbacca, and luke movie reps showed up at daniel' s home yesterday and gave him a private viewing. the movie opens on december really kind. randy: we' re looking forward to the weekend with pleasant weather. cindy: we have been able to see some planets in the predawn. jupiter, mars and venus. it all depends on where you are. we have some fog reducing visibility. this is what it looks like over boston right now. it is warm everywhere. 63 degrees right now with a touch of humidity. we' re in the lower 60' s on the cape.
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stevenson temperatures near 60 across southern new hampshire this morning. there were a couple of showers overnight on the cape. we cannot rule out a spot shower over the next few hours. by early afternoon, we' re starting to see some breaks in the clouds. there could be a spot shower. most of us will have a dry day today. there is a busy southwesterly wind. we' re going to see the wind pushed the temperature up. high temperatures to beat the record in boston. 74 is the forecast. mid-to-upper 60' s along the south coast and along the cape. do not expect the temperatures to climb much today. the more clouds on saturday,
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cooler but bright sunshine on sunday. 60 on saturday to 50 on sunday. we will take a close look at veterans day for you. there will be a lot of clouds in the morning hours. notice the temperatures, near 60 on veterans day. temperatures do moderate once again next week. let' s get you out to the roads. olessa: heavy volume on the let' s get to the maps. north of town, 93 south, volume out of methuen. accident cleared by route 2. 95 is ok south of town. expressway is about 25 minutes braintree to boston. minor delays on the orange line. emily: thank you.
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