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conservative approach that the bulk of this days to the south of us. around boston, code-2 an inch or two, one to four inches south of boston. the kid could get that much. a little more if it is almost no. three to six inches or more likely along the southern connecticut coast southern rhode island coast. emily: remember, you can get the latest closings and delays with our mobile app. you can download it for free. >> six teenagers confronting a strange man in their home. the suspect accused of breaking into a window. the 14 and 16-year-old were alone when this happened in norton. we are live with live coverage on how the suspect was caught. >> that norton man was here yesterday afternoon.
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the teens inside call their mom and said ignore the door. that is when he went out back. police say 25 -- 45-year-old steven mod is accused of breaking in and stealing jewelry. police say he went the deck and through the window, coming face-to-face with a 16-year-old boy inside. he said he needed a bathroom. the 14-year-old girl it in a closet when she first heard footsteps and called police. the suspect had an excuse for being in the house. >> [inaudible] >> the mother arriving home says that is not true. the boy identified the suspect to police. when police caught him, they say he left the blueprints in the snow. police also found him in possession of pills and says he has a history of drugs and other crimes.
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to the super bowl. still three more days until the afc title game getting tom brady plenty of time to reflect on his position in the pantheon of boston sports greats. mike lynch some deep thoughts from foxboro. mike: one of the residences of change and week is the reporters searching beyond the game. they want to chronicle an entire career. tom brady happens to be the entire' s -- perfect subject this week. brady asked if he thought himself as a print -- boston sports icon. all of it made him uncomfortable but he handled it in his usual humble manner. >> i still feel like i have a lot more football left, so i don' t think about those things too often. i certainly look up to a lot of heroes online -- of mind , being in california, obviously, larry bird was so spectacular. being here for a long time,
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>> we will also hear from red sox manager john farrell. >> more threats lead to more today. shining star early childhood closed following overnight threats. this is the fourth day this week that area schools received threats, including 15 schools on tuesday alone. another threat to methuen high school one day after students there were evacuated and a back packs were searched. this morning, police arrested a 14-year-old accused of writing a threatening message on a piece of paper found in the bathroom. s yesterday' s bomb threat. first date of the state address tonight, and it is all about setting the tone for next year and leading democratic republican governor wants. janet wu is live at the statehouse. ready for the big night,
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when governor baker walks into the chamber tonight, about an hour and a half from now, he would have to that podium and will spend a lot of time thinking the folks throughout the commonwealth for what he will say is a very successful first year. he will also have a laundry list of things to do and the question is where he wants to protect their dollars with a budget already ballooning. you will hear a lot about his top priorities tonight, expanding the energy supply, stopping the addiction epidemic, and improving education. but it will also claim bragging dirk' s first year in office. there is the ged which may mean an influx of more startups eager to work with the giant in the seaport district. the commonwealth. the fact that we have some on education, graduation rates today. >> the dropout rate is lower
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decades and graduation rates are up nine years in a row. but democratic leaders as cap he will continue the progress. >> i' d love to hear how in an era of constrained revenue we are going to create a path forward to meet our needs for a wide range of services from education and transportation. >> a billion dollar gap is forecast this july. >> i' m hoping there are no gimmicks in terms of trying to balance the budget. most importantly. other to see where we are going relative to transportation. >> and that may be the most extensive item on the menu, with pressure not to raise fares and ensure train keep on running. >> the revenue agreement between the house and the senate was a 4.3% growth in state tax revenue. i think we believe that is adequate. >> i think that will produce a tight budget and will not necessarily mean the commonwealth' s needs. janet: the governor and house
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the speaker says he has no choice but to go along with that. of course, what is the definition of any tax? >> you can watch the governor state of the commonwealth tonight right here on channel 5, or you can watch streaming live on our mobile news at. coverage begins at 7:30. >> we turn now to commitment 2016. candidates are crowding in new hampshire to meet as many voters as possible before primary day. pam frost is now in manchester where you caught up with 10 crews and bernie sanders today. pam: we are at southern new hampshire university, candidates 10 crews and bernie sanders could not be more different, but the two of them spent our time today appealing to students for their votes and support. >> thank you, by the way. may the force be with you. >> which is cooler, a star wars
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bernie sanders took the moves well looking for student support. >> i need your help, not only to win here in new hampshire on february 9. i think we will win here in new hampshire on february 9. >> not distracted, repeating his mantra, big money, big business, big politics. >> our government belongs to all of us and not just a handful of billionaire campaign contributors. >> the point of this town lifestyle to learn something different about the candidate. add a lover of games and all things star wars to senator ted cruz' s story. >> i like board games. i used to play the ton of monopoly. the closest i have been to donald trump. >> he turned serious on campaign finance with a slap to two opponents. >> washington establishment is abandoning marker arugula and are rushing to donald trump, so
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that is where the corporate lobbyists are, that is where the wall street interests are. pam: all these candidates spent a lot of time in new hampshire. loan. iowa. hillary clinton will be in new hampshire tomorrow making stops in manchester and concord today. she is campaigning in iowa where the caucus is a little more than two weeks away. the granite state next week. today he is campaigning in big at farmington high school. >> pet owners pushing for new rules to protect puppies including new consequences for sick animals. committing a crime but sent to prison because they are struggling with addiction. you have heard the story, now that practice is about to change. >> even subtle shifts of the
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north will alter these amounts. i have the latest coming up. >> take a look at john ferran looking healthy after finishing lymphoma treatment. congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system r where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded p by over two and a half million small contributions. rpeople who know you can't level the playing field r by taking more money
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>> finally, 25 years after they started sending predicted women to prison because they were considered a danger will end. top chef karen anderson with the action from state lawmakers that will stop what many say was barbaric. >> you are strip-searched, you are given close and put in a cell. >> they are locked up in prison alongside women with serious offenses including murder but they did not commit a crime. >> the cell door slammed behind you and it makes your heart tick known you cannot get out of the room. >> we were granted exclusive access inside framingham last fall.
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over just five years simply because they struggle with addiction and had been sectioned or civilly committed by a judge. while locked up, they are not allowed access to addiction help that is available to the inmates. >> hundreds of women have been housed in cells like this one. >> wcvb first expose this practice 25 years ago and was told it would end. last fall, reform was recommended coming from governor baker and today the house and senate made it illegal to section predicted women to prison. that marks the end of a long battle according to the ecl you. we are glad to see they were bill that hopefully will end this illegal practice. no one should be sent to prison the disease of addiction. >> the bill now heads to the governor' s office. we are told he for all that he supports it and will sign it. he is team is working to build treatment beds for women who are
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many in massachusetts who are section by a judge have always been sent to treatment facilities or the state hospital. >> as we continue, making sure your pets get the treatment they need to live a long life. >> you will hear from the pet owners pleading with lawmakers today to expand the so-called puppy lemon law. marco rubio. rhe ran for senate sayingr he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal
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to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> tonight, dcf is getting involved. in his search warrant, please describe how they were called to an apartment building on wellington street and found a 14 month old in trouble . last tuesday, they say the boy was about to go into cardiac arrest. he was given a drug typically used on adults or drug overdoses which the baby did respond to. he tested negative for heroin,
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investigators now looking into whether a heart medication found in the apartment is connected. it is the same home where a toddler died in september after mysterious circumstances. a woman who lives with the child' s mother says dcs has been involved. >> she does not have the baby or nothing. she just did not pay attention to him. >> a witness told police she some marijuana and drug paraphernalia and the apartment. >> a new effort to protect puppies in massachusetts. the so-called puppy lemon law could be getting an expansion. kelley tuthill bricks down the proposal reporter say will help you and your pets. >> tia was a beautiful gray apricot silver poodle who is as sweet as can be. >> diana largo told massachusetts lawmakers you do not think twice about buying a poodle at a mall pet shop until it suffered a series of health problems. >> it had cushing' s disease, heart disease, thyroid disease, and india the end she ultimately
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>> she was one of many supporters in favor of expanding the puppy lemon law which they say will better protect animals and consumers. >> this bill will make sure that puppies are not sold too young, are not separated from their mother too young, and would help people who purchase a sick puppy from a pet shop or breeder to allow them to have a better recourse than they do today. shop be responsible for vet bills up to 100 50% of the cost of the pet. some owners testify that opens them up to fraudulent and excessive claims. >> this is not protecting any animals. all it is doing is putting a lot of legislation in place and not allowing businesses to thrive and do the right thing. >> the bill also steps up regulations for certain breeders. >> you cannot purchase them from the worst of the worst breeders, the ones that have violations. >> advocates hope the bill will
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in the meantime, there are plenty of pets available for adoption. >> lots of colors on the wall behind us. >> but nothing that will do people a lot of good. ed: what does the green mean by new york? >> that is a blizzard watch. as we get closer to it, that will you be converted to a warning or dropped. the blizzard warning is in effect for washington. high confidence. you will see the severe weather. down over the southeast near the gulf coast. there is a lot of energy with the storm. >> it is coming here as advertised. >> the storm will be powerful. the question is, how close will we be to it. that will determine how much snow we get, and that is still a critical call. even as you watch my forecast here, this is not done deal, case closed. there is a subtle shift that would change things
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first of all, that moisture down as it moves to the north and east, that is manual start to see the snow come into the picture. carolinas. tons of snow for virginia. nations capital and baltimore will be hit hard. philadelphia may just get a snowstorm. edge of the heaviest snow. we will be on the edge of the snow by the time we get to midafternoon saturday. one of our computer models allows the snow to lift northward saturday evening and then retreating to the south and east but this is really sharp cutoffs to what could be substantial snow to almost no no. so that is what we will be dealing with. right now i' m taking the conservative approach. north and west of boston anywhere from nothing to a coating to perhaps an inch or two with one inch to four inches south of boston or more and three to six inches or more southern connecticut, southern rhode island.
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is just the slightest deviation in the track northward and these lines would go up and these numbers would go up and could still go up substantially. right now the highest confidence is for the mid-atlantic to get the heaviest hit out of this. that is why you are seeing those forecasts down there. potentially one and a half to and baltimore. a foot and a half around philly. city. winds will be a factor, building on saturday, peaking overnight saturday, first in sunday. saturday night. could be 50 miles per hour well. strong in boston, just not as strong as the cape. the wind will be sunday cake. here are the projected gusts that probably will occur with the storm. as far as tides are concerned, the most significant high tide, we have to watch saturday night
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but astronomically higher on sunday morning. minor if not moderate pockets of coastal flooding likely, some beach erosion could occur as well. let' s check out the next seven days, cold and dry starting out tomorrow in the teens, topping out around 30. the clouds will gradually lower and thicken, and during saturday afternoon from south to north, the northern edge of the snow will reach much of the area and try to progress further north saturday night before retreating early sunday, moving out to sea. many of us may have sunshine sunday afternoon and mild weather early next week. i will stay on top of it for you. i will see you at 7:00. mike: the patriot struggles in denver are well documented here they lost their two months ago, and two years ago, they lost in the asu chip game, but they did not have gronk for the game. >> this was the scene the last
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>> right knee sort of gets which when he was hit by darian stewart. mike: rob gronkowski is ready to go and considered one of the top tight ends and he has assumed the role of team leader and as such despite a questionable tweet he has tried to take the high road. player: it's part of the game. it's part of the game. and i don't know how many dukes i got. reporter: discretion may be the better part of valor but not going down without a fight. player: i like to go full speed at all times and whatever it is, it is.
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to see collisions. and i'm ready to give some. reporter: he didn't play in denver two years ago and didn't finish two months ago. he enters sunday's game to give as much punishment as he receives. mike: broncos working out today . many of the players said they are going to clip him around the knee area. >> he is the funniest dudes. he's a good guy, man. exactly on how commissioners. that's how he is on real life. mike: baseball writers will be down there. always a great evening to talk
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number of players. and john farrell back from his treatment looking great and looking forward to getting back to fort myers. >> i feel great. as of the 21st of october i was given a clean bill of health and my energy and stamina is great. looking forward to the upcoming season. him. should be a fun evening. >> there is something to look forward to --. coming up at newscenter 5 at 7:00. boston booming. giving a glimpse for the high seaport.
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harvey: saturday afternoon, saturday night and early sunday. when you realize what's happening to our south that slightest nudging of that line northward would increase the amounts here significantly. it's something that i have to
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ed: we are this close to it and there could be a little nudge to it. harvey: it wouldn't take much. it would build build rapidly and shift that track northward. heather: we are going to get pretty heavy winds. harvey: yes. watch it saturday night and sunday m here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. tin fact, not only should we not cut benefits --
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my plan for social security tincreases benefits and cost of living adjustments p and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders,
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