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saturday is if brighteof the two weekend days. there will be a few showers. the front should be exiting monday. we're going to break down the timeline on today's rain now as the eyeopener continues. emily: breaking overnight. a hostage situation at a hotel overseas. randy: also a man found struggling at a bus stop. the serious assault in boston. emily: a sharon teenager killed in israel. his final act before dying in a terror attack. randy: congress blocking syrian refugees from the u.s. the tough entry restrictions as terror concerns linger. it's on the eye for this friday morning. emily: rain and downpours moving through the state right now.
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it could make for a tough commute. cindy's tracking it all right now. good morning, i'm emily riemer. randy: and i'm randy price. cindy is watching it closely. cindy: we are indeed. from west to east over the next few hours. we are in it now. look here down along the south shore. look at weymouth. real heavy downpours through foxborough and bridgewater and follow that line down to the coast of rhode island. this is lifting northward here along our frontal boundary ahead of it. you get back toward the worcester area and we see it up again with the shower activity. once you get west of there, things are winding down. the rain shuts off and the sun comes out this afternoon. notice through 6:00 this morning here in the next hour, heavy downpours up and down the coastline. by 8:00 this morning, i think we're drying it out in boston. southeastern massachusetts
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becomes the focus of the downpours through 8:00 this morning and then thereafter we'll watch that train traverse the cape exiting the outer cape by 11:00 this morning and drying out this afternoon. the winds are coming out from the south this morning. it is mild. we're starting out in the mid and upper fifty now. notice how the skies brighten up as we get into the afternoon. really big impacts for the next couple of hours through 7:00 a.m. on the road and things should improve by late this morning as the rain tapers off. rain puddles. the rain still coming down. olessa: live look outside at the zakim bridge. we're in decent shape here but you want to give yourself extra a crash on 128 by 93 and another accident on 128 and route one
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the pike looks ok so so far. no problems on route 9. no overnight construction because of the weather. trains and buses starting the morning on schedule. randy: we're following breaking news now. 170 people are being held he or she following a shooting at a hotel in mali. emily: americans are urged to shelter in place. this happened at the hadson hotel. -- raddison hotel. easy almost aic extremists took control following a 2012 military coup. randy: breaking overnight. boston police are investigating a serious assault after a man is found at a bus stop on washington street in the city's south end. we're told the man was taken to boston medical center with life-threatening injuries. no word on any suspects or arrests. emily: also breaking --11 people are forced out of their home after this 2-alarm fire in brighton. it happened at a triple-decker around 1:30 this morning on
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champney street, in the oak square neighborhood. firefighters are now looking for a cause. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for evaluation. right now: horror and heartache after a local teen is murdered in a terror attack in israel. randy: loved ones grieving the loss this morning. the eyeopener's sera congi is live in sharon, where the community is searching for answers. reporter: andy and emily, there are two communities mourning this loss, here in sharon where he grew up and in brookline where he just graduated school this year. he then traveled to israel to deliver food for soldiers. the sharon teenager was one of five people killed in the attack yesterday. police say a palestinian man opened fire and rammed his car into a group of pedestrians. the teen's high school, still trying to grapple with the news. there are whole school went into shock. the middle school and upper school immediately canceled
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classes and everybody came together to pray. >> why this young, vibrant man, why was he cut down? really, at 18 years old. reporter: his rabbi says ezra was drawn to israel to study for a year before going to college. the rabbi is now calling on religious leaders around the world to condemn act of violence. randy: 5 investigates learning a hearing will be held today for the man charged with stealing guns from a worcester armory. his name is james walker morals. center until he was arrested in may on sex assault charges, and a gps bracelet when he broke night. blood stains matching his dna were found inside.
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night. right now a funeral is being planned for bella bond -- the little girl we first knew as baby doe. her body has been released to her biological father. the family now planning a funeral and burial. bond's body has been in state custody since being found on deer island in june. bond's mother and her mother's boyfriend are charged in connection with her murder. emily: right now we are getting new deabout anti-terror actions following the acts in paris. >> i sis released a third propaganda video threatening to target the white house.
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total. they are tightening screenings of refugees from iraq. isis is sending out some 90,000 social media messages a day. >> we are operating around the clock to uncover and disrupt any plot. >> ash carter says the u.s. stands ready to to defeat isis. a third body, a woman was found in the apartment where the so-called mastermind of the terror attacks and his cousin were killed. emily: thank you. commitment 2016. boston mayor marty walsh is throwing his support behind presidential candidate hillary clinton. mayor walsh is expected to endorse clinton later this month. clinton is scheduled to headline a rally at faneuil hall on november 29th where walsh will give her his support. the mayor's ties to clinton date back more than 20 years, when he first got involved in politics. more controversy from donald trump.
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the republican presidential candidate telling a reporter in iowa, if elected president he would create a mandatory registry to track muslims in the u.s. since the attacks in paris, trump has called for new restrictions on civil liberties and enhanced surveillance including inside mosques. randy: a hit list with the names of several students in seekonk is being investigated by police. they say the list threatened to "cause harm to others." high school students and families involved in the list have been notified. the school is working closely with police to make certain appropriate steps are taken to ensure the safety of all students. emily: a tree cutter is recovering after a crane accident in merrimack, new hampshire. his equipment was cutting trees when the crane hit a septic tank, opening a sinkhole. the crane crashed into the roof of this home. no one inside was hurt but a worker was left dangling from a tree. he suffered a foot injury and was taken to the hospital. five on the opioid crisis. rochester, new hampshire taking
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the goal, to protect little ones from poorly disposed needles. all emergency vehicles are now equipped with biohazard containers. the city has seen a spike in the number of discarded needles left on streets, parks and playgrounds. the needles potentially carrying drugs and disease. randy: corrections officers have sometimes a chilling and dangerous job. emily: five investigates looks at the disturbing number of officer suicides-- and what's pushing them over the edge. plus: the nation's largest healthcare provider could opt out of obamacare. the company considering the move and what it'll mean for millions of customers. randy: a huge diamond-- pushing profits for one company. the massive size of the coveted rock. erika?
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170 people held hostage in mali.
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>> good morning, channel five. we're here at plymouth mass getting ready for the thanksgiving day parade. we'll see you tomorrow in america's hometown. randy: they are on the waterfront in plymouth. they are very excited to be in the parade on saturday. we're excited to introduce our lucky eyeopener viewer who'll be joining us. emily: her name is amanda
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she will be getting the v.i.p. treatment. joining us in a front row seat in all of the action. we're excited amanda. can't wait to see you. cindy: amanda is going to get to go with us after the parade. enjoy all the food. i'm excited about the weather forecast. just like last year, we're going to have some sunshine. a little breezy with the northerly wind. early if the morning hours, temperatures in the mid 40's. we're not going to be dealing with this, rain coming down in plymouth and especially heavy in southeastern massachusetts. it absolutely poured an hour ago in providence, rhode island. you can see half an inch in boston just since midnight. we had heavier rain in worcester west before midnight.
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the rain has been adding up. it is with us here for the next few hours. but it is gone. a cooler weekend overall with a few showers on sunday so weekend. 58 plymouth. 53 in worcester. mid 50's to southern new hampshire as well. the wind has been gusty at times bringing in the abnormally mild temperatures. we have some of the heavier downpours working in. from broxton marshfield to weymouth, this is all lifting northward. cape ann will be getting in on this. everything is lifting from south to north. starting to dry out south of worcester. the rain will shut off and behind the front, notice how it cools down into the 30's and 40's. that is the air mass working on in. a little bit breezy in afternoon
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6:00 a.m. still some heavy rain up and down eastern massachusetts. by 8:00, notice it is really focused across southeastern massachusetts. this rain gets out of here pretty quickly. temperatures fall book is into the 20's and 30's -- back into the 20's and 30's. temperatures holding mostly in the 40's. it is going to be dry on saturday. saturday again is the pick day of the upcoming weekend. we'll watch this system up to the west. the two weekend days, saturday features more sunshine. sunday there is not a lot of moisture to work with initially but low pressure scooting along with that front may keep steady rain in massachusetts. we should clear things out on monday. looks dry for the patriots game. dry before the big holiday on thursday. this morning, a whole different story on the roads. olessa: not a pleasant commute. the zakim bridge looking ok for
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us now. we already had a couple of early morning accidents and spin-outs. you want to be careful out there and give yourself extra time. you're watching a crash now. accident cleared away near 93 and 128 and near 128 and route one at peabody. south of second down so far fairly quiet start. the good news is we don't have overnight construction because of weather and the trains and buses are on schedule. emily: an alarming trend investigates. high numbers of suicides amongst corrections officers at our state prisons. they help protect the rest of us from the worst of the worst. it's a stressful, sometimes dangerous job, as this surveillance video from inside the souza baranowski correctional center shows. an inmate comes out of nowhere, stabbing a c.o. over and over, leaving an 8-inch shank stuck in his neck. he's been out of work since and mentally. 5 investigates' found those are
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common issues facing men and women working at the state department of corrections. the department of correction taken their own lives in the past 4 1/2 years. investigative reporter kathy curran spoke with a correction officer who lost one friend to suicide, and was able to help another who was desperate and depressed. >> he said i've got a gun inside my nightstand and he said i really thought about using it a couple of types. finish myself off. i didn't want to live through another loss of a friend. emily: the department of corrections wouldn't do an interview, but tells 5 investigates in a statement they're trying to better understand how the stress affects their employees, and how they can provide more support. randy: 5: 18. a warning from the nation's largest health care provider. united health says it may opt out of national health care after 2016. the move would force millions of people to find coverage some place else. united health offers one of the lowest cost plans in the country right now. the company blames the affordable care act for giving individuals too much flexibility
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that, they say is resulting in the draining of insurer profits. slow economic growth and the prospect of higher u.s. borrowing costs help the asian markets hold on to their weekly gains. u.s. stock futures are mixed this morning a day after the down slid 4 points to close at 17,732. emily: 5: 19 right now. it is a halftime show without any human entertainers. and one of the biggest diamonds in the world, ahead. erika? erika: home depot selling products years after they should have been pulled from store shelves. the missed recalls. and hate crimes at harvard. how students turned defaced photos into messages of
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>> working to find cure. >> good morning, eyeopener. randy: all right. good morning to you. and in honor of national diabetes month, the folks at joslin are holding a pretty cool raffle. the winner gets an invite for
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in los angeles. emily: not too shabby. we have all the information posted on wcvb.com. cindy, we have to talk about the rain now. cindy: yes, we do. that rain is pretty heavy. we have heavier rain now south of the city of boston moving to the south shore. everything lifting from south to north. from worcester west, it is flooding up. that means the rain will be with us through about 8:00. cooler on saturday. only in the 40's. a brighter weekend day. looks like a few showers around on sunday. emily? emily: thank you. it is 5: 23. olessa is back with your friday eyepoppers. olessa: diamonds are a girl's best friend! take a look at this one. the world's second largest diamond has been discovered in south africa. emily: looks like a big piece of ice. olessa: doesn't it?
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it's more than 1100 carats. the diamond, the largest found in more than 100 years, was dug up in a mine in botswana, owned by the lucara diamond company. the company's shares rose 32% after it unveiled the stone. you can't leave the house with that, what's the point? a halftime show goes to the dogs, sheep and monkeys! this happened during monday's halftime game between the cincinnati bengals and the texans. the bengals just now releasing the "monkey cam" video. the monkeys, dressed in bengals gear, are riding the sheep herding dogs to the delight of the crowd. i have no idea what's happening. did watch the game. that is the most entertaining thing that happened. emily: fair point. randy: thank you. facebook-- helping people get over their exes. the changes that'll make it easier to move on. and new services to help guys get a wardrobe. the sites taking decisions out of shopping and whether they're
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>> the pictures are devastating. the u grim plight of syrian refugees has captured the world's attention but now is the time to pause and take a collective breath. this week it was revealed that one of the isis terrorists in paris entered europe enconscioused within the flood of syrian refugees. lacking legal authority, nearly 2/3 of u.s. governors are closing their borders to any syrian refugees including massachusetts and nanch. the governor's hesitance, while perhaps an overreaction is understandable in a time of necessary caution. while questioning the voracity of america's vetting process, many fear any intake of syrian refugees will be a trojan horse allowing jihaddists to unleash terror on u.s. soil. the you aren't u.s. process
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vetting through several federal agencies. yet the severity of this crisis has the president saying he will accept 10,000 refugees and thus enhancing the risk. republicans are joining the governors' resistance movement. the debate rages on. in this new age of terrorist warfare, sleeper cells and suicide bombers and increpted technology, the process by which our government scrutinizes residents if any country should be adapted and strengthened. let's not however respond to either the paris tragedy or the refugee crisis in a knee-jerk fashion. as a nation of immigrants demagoguery from all sides will not solve this issue.
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randy: breaking overnight. a man found assaulted and seriously injured at a boston bus stop. the clues police are following right now. a community in mourning after terror claims a young life. emily: why was he cut down, really? at 18 years old? the act of kindness that ended in tragedy for a massachusetts teenager. randy: hate crime at harvard. but this morning students are turning the tables on whoever is behind this vandalism! emily: we're following breaking news now in the african country of mali. about 170 people are being held hostage at a raddison hotel. we're told some hostages are
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of the ca good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: and i'm emily riemer, along with cindy and olessa. cindy: the biggest impacts from the rain on your commuting is through 9:00 this morning and thereafter. you can see how things do improve. the heaviest rain now is from worcester eastward pouring in some areas where you're seeing the yellows here. a lot of that showing up south of boston. half an inch per hour around marshfield. this batch of heavy rain extends toward cape ann and the gloucester area as well. making steady progress around
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it is all coming coming ahead of that front. at 6:00 this morning, most of massachusetts still deal with the downpours. 11:00. you can see the winds kicking up a little bit as well. mid to upper 50's now. we will hold steadyingly the afternoon. much better for your ride home today. a lot of big puddles and heavy downpours. olessa: hard to see as well. give yourself extra time. you can see that water splashing from underneath the tires. already building the early rush hour volume. 93, still watching this crash. it is a northbound accident. be careful. too bad. we cleared a spinout by 128. another accident 128 north near wirnt street and south of town,
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you're doing ok. all of the overnight construction was canceled last night because of the weather. emily: thanks. breaking overnight. boston police are investigating a serious assault after a man is found at a bus stop on washington street in the city's south end. we're told the man was taken to boston medical center with life-threatening injuries. randy: also breaking overnight. one boston firefighter is injured after flames rip through a home in brighton. it happened around 1:30 this morning on champney street. those injuries are not believed to be serious. mourning after a sharon teenager is killed in a terror attack in israel. police say a palestinian man opened fire and rammed his car pedestrians including 18-year-old ezra schwartz. the teen was taking a year in israel after graduating from maimonides jewish day school in brookline. randy: right now vandalism in of harvard law is being investigated as a hate crime. pictures of black
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emily: the eyeopener's frank holland is live in cambrdge where students are fighting back. >> this morning, students are turning the tables as campus police investigate who did this. the defaced portraits were discovered thursday morning at wassarstein lecture hall. angered over the message of hate, last night students decorated the portraits with messages of love and support. this one reads "amazing professor, mentor and role model" and this one "you are brilliant and loved". >> i also think it is important to show students of color and everyone in the community acts of hatred or expressions of racism won't go unresponded to. >> the dean of harvard law has however, students say harvard was slow to act only after feeling pressure made time to discuss the incident. randy: a medical scare for providence, rhode island mayor buddy cianci. he collapsed during the
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the 74-year-old was taken to the briefly. in fact, here he is out at a local restaurant later in the evening. before the incident, cianci joked about his past legal troubles, saying his portrait is not the first time he's been framed! throwing some high heat at former red sox ace curt schilling. a subpoena ordering schilling to testify before the house oversight committee will be issued today. the panel wants schilling to answer questions about the collapse of his video game company, 38 studios. the state lost $75 million in a deal to bring that company to rhode island. the committee had asked schilling to testify voluntarily, but he declined. right now jurors are preparing to head back to court for the chism trial. reporter: the trial is entering it's 5th
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day after some graphic testimony focusing on the moments before and after the 24-year-old teacher was murdered. yesterday the jury heard from a freshman student who was with the danvers teacher just before she was murdered. the now 16-year-old said she told ritzer "how she was such a nice person." prosecutors say phillip chism also stayed after school that day and once the other student left he followed rtizer to the restroom and killed her. a janitor also took the stand explaining that a language barrier is the reason he cleaned up the bloody bathroom. chism's attorney has been mounting an insanity defense saying he was suffering murder. the trial resumes later on this morning. randy: thank you. a warning for home depot
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emily: why some products should have never been sold. and a service to give men style. the web site delivering a wardrobe and whether it's worth it. randy: and ahead in news to go: getting over your ex in the digital age. how facebook is easing the pain
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emily: good morning. welcome back. watching a couple of problem spots this morning. the weather not helping our morning commute. another crash cleared away involving a spinout near 128 and 93. another accident coming in. not good timing for this weather.
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still some heavy downpours out there. you can see some yellows showing up on the south shore. this rain will be with us for the next couple of hours. tapering off between campaign -- between 7:00 and 8:00 this morning. emily: new this morning. you've probably heard of subscription clothing services for women . pay a fee, get clothes sent to you once a month. but what about the guys? a new crop of companies promises stylish finds for little work -- but are they worth your time and money? reporter: bryan stone is a working dad -- father to three young boys. >> i have a lot of things i could be spending money on and clothing is not really up on that list. reporter: he agreed to test out two subscription clothing services bombfell. easy. in less than 10 minutes, he'd filled out a style profile of bombfell let him set a price
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range. he asked for nothing more than $100. trunk club didn't talk prices, though his "stylist" called him two days later. both sites offer free shipping, no monthly fee and a sneak peak at the clothes before they're sent. >> getting a preview of what i was going to get was nice and i had the option to say, "i'm not going to wear a tie with dogs on it. so just don't bother putting that in the package. reporter: bryan says he likes almost everything he received -- but the prices -- not so much. he found trunk club way above his budget. >> jeans were $190. the belt to hold them up was $100. reporter: bombfell did honor his price settings but he was still disappointed. >> i did the lowest one which was $50 to $100 dollars and everything they sent me was $100. reporter: he ended up sending all the clothes back. there is no charge if you do it within seven days. he said it just wasn't worth the money. randy: i kept the tie with the dog. updates ahead on one of our breaking news stories this morning.
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randy: 5: 44. ready with your news to go in cambridge, sharon and salem. new, overnight developments in the
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we'll get to all of those. cindy: you can see some spots up to over an inch. look at providence, rhode island. over a half inch in boston. many of us will walk away with close to an inch of rainfall. it is coming down pretty neavel pockets. starting to -- heavily in pockets. the rain is with us now but only with us for a few more hours. some downpours showing up around nashua and cape ann and broxton and middleborough, we are seeing some embedded downpours on the south coast and new bedford as well. as this front continues to press eastward, we are going to see the showers taper off. ahead of the front, it is mild. look at the readings starting off this morning. 58 in plymouth. well. mid to upper 50's with areas of rain through 8:00 a.m.
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by lunchtime the rain is gone. clouds beginning to break up a little bit. still in the mid 50's. by day's end, clear and cooler. down to 50. we'll fall into the 40's quickly this evening. you can see how the showers shifting to the immediate coast. notice by 10:00 this morning, they are beginning to exit the cape. clearing skies this afternoon. clear tonight and tomorrow we may wake up with mid and high level clouds. overall saturday is the brighter weekend day. sunday a snures. lail cooler on saturday. upper 40's by sunday. temperatures in the lower 50's. a few showers and heavy downpours making for a tough rai ride. olessa: watching a few problem spots. and already busy expressway on the northbound side. you can see that water collecting on the road way. you really want to be careful. just cleared an accident 93 here. another crash cleared by 128 and route one and peabody. watching volume along 128 with
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street with a northbound crash blocking one lane. building volume out of broxton. minutes. there is a vehicle stuck there eastbound of the b.u. bridge. watching several cars eastbound of the pike. randy: breaking news now. dozens of people are held hostage during a shooting at a hotel in mali in africa. this is happening at a raddison blue hotel. reports claim that 170 people are being held. raising concerns of a terror attack there. islamic extremists took control of the northern part of mali fooling 2012 military could you coup. also breaking overnight. boston police are investigating a serious assault after a man is found at a bus stop on washington street in the city's south end. we're told the man was taken to
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life-threatening injuries. no word on any suspects or arrests. emily: more breaking news. 11 people are also breaking: 11 people are forced out of their home after brighton. it happened at a triple-decker around 1:30 this morning on champney street, in the oak square neighborhood. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for evaluation. emily: now a local community trying to make sense of a senseless act. reporter: ezra schwartz was well known and loved here in his hometown of sharon. >> we are definitely heartbroken. >> schwartz had just graduated this year from maimonides jewish day school in brookline. he was delivering food to soldiers when he was gunned
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one of five killed when the gunman went on a rampage. emily: the paris professor said a third body, a woman was found in the apartment where the mastermind of the attacks was killed. there are terror investigations in every state in the nation. investigations in every state in the nation, some 900 in total. secretary of defense ash carter says the u.s. is at war with isis and is prepared to do more to fight the terror group. frank, out to you. >> a hate crime at harvard law school is under investigation. portraits of black professors were vandalized. black tape placed over their
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portraits. a response to the message of hate, the students decorated the pictures with messages of love and support. one reading amazing professor. mentor and role model. another, you are brilliant and loved. students say the faculty only responded after they were pressured. emily: the murder trial of filip chism continues today after testimony yesterday focused on what happened just before and after the murder. the jury heard from a student who stayed after school with colleen ritzer just before the danvers teacher was killed. a janitor also took the stand, explaining that a language barrier is the reason he cleaned the bloody bathroom where chism is accused of murdering ritzer. chism's attorney have been mounting an insanity defense saying he was suffering
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psychosis at the time of the murder. randy: thank you. breaking overnight, convicted spy jonathan pollard has been released now from a federal prison. he will be released today rather. he was jailed for giving classified information to israel 30 years ago. he was required to stay in the united states for at least five years. emily: a hearing will be held today for this man charged with stealing guns from a worcester armory. 5 investigates learning james walker morales was based at the army reserve center until his discharge in 2013. he was arrested in may on sex assault charges, and investigators say he was wearing a g.p.s. bracelet when he broke into the armory saturday night. were found inside. he was tracked down in long island, new york wednesday night. the telegram reporting he is the same man charged are leaving a
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center years ago. he was arraigned and declined to pay fines saying he was unemployed. randy: don't miss donald trump as he and his wife melania sit down for an exclusive interview with barbara walters on "20/20." that's tonight at 10 o'clock right here on channel 5, followed by newscenter 5 at 11. emily: a warning this morning -- about products sold at home depot for years after they'd been recalled. 28 recalled products were sold between 2012 and 2015. they range from cables to shop lights to garage door openers. the consumer product safety commission warns that home depot also sold the recalled goods to salvagers and recyclers who may have passed them on to consumers. randy: social media site facebook is trying to help you through a break-up. the company is testing a new "breakup protection" tool that saves users from constantly seeing their former partner's posts and pictures, as they scroll down their feeds. users would also be allowed to remove their names from posts
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linking them to their ex. emily: another big artist is opting out of streaming her latest album. adele's "25" will be released today. but the superstar says she's not allowing it on streaming services like spotify and apple music. her label says they have an aggressive plan to prevent songs from being digitally stolen. a big win for the bruins. and an even bigger night for loui eriksson. he'd put the bs up 2-to-1 in the 2nd period last night against the wild. and just about 3 1/2 minutes later eriksson makes it 3-1. but he wasn't finished. hats off in the third period. eriksson helps the bruins take it home 4-2. bruins host the maple leafs tomorrow. randy: monday night football here on channel five. countdown to kickoff show from jill ate stadium. mike will be one-on-one with bill belichick and we have an
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emily: tis the season -- boston's christmas tree will arrive at the common today. the 50-foot spruce from nova scotia is expected around 11 this morning. the gifted tree is part of an annual tradition dating back to 1918. you can see the tree lighting right here on wcvb. randy: an unexpected and heartfelt gift for boston police. they're thanking the woman who gave an officer this gift. the officer was working construction detail when a driver pulled over and handed her this hand-painted rock. the woman, who is only identified as ms. lee, says she makes the gifts for police officers and firefighters because she is thankful for their service. emily: very kind. cindy, rainy. cindy: mother nature not so kind this morning. we need the rain, don't get me wrong. worcester on westward it is not raining anymore but we do have fog. boston a little tough to see with the rain coming down.
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but it is mild. 55 degrees thanks to that southerly wind. worcester 53. upper 50's, plymouth, 56 as your heading out in hyannis right now. staying in the 50's all day long. notice the rain is with us through 9:00 a.m. and then that is it. skies brighten up with sunshine developing this afternoon as the winds turn to the north and west. the heavy downpours now. nashua up to winchester. lighter rain around boston now. a little heavier to the south taurt weymouth and marshfield and lakefield and new bedford as well. all of this is lifting up from the south. by the next few minute or so, we're going to continue to see heavier downpours shift over cape cod through 8:00 this morning and thereafter from west to east, the rain will be winding down and the skies brightening up.
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look at the temperature. 50's, 40's, 30's and 20's toward minneapolis. tonight we're in the twenty and 30's. tomorrow we're only recovering in the 40's. despite the sunshine. it is the brighter day of the weekend. we'll watch the frontal boundary approach. i only expect a few showers. notice there is a wave of low pressure from the south. that may keep steadier showers going into southeastern massachusetts through sunday evening. we'll clear it out on monday and then dry weather. chilly but dry for the big travel week next week and it looks like we're dry, up to around 50 by thanksgiving day thursday. just have to get through this rain. it is tough on the commute. olessa: not a pleasant ride. thank you, cindy. seeing that heavy volume. let's get over to the maps and check the rest of your trip. an accident 128 northbound. winter street.
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