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announcer: wcvb newscenter 5 at 11:00 starts right now. harvey: colder air and wet weather is moving in tonight. what you can expect in the morning and a bigger storm system later in the week. antoinette: the usual getaway a suspect may have used after attacking a teenager on a boston street. juli: and the plea for help to find help him tonight. reid: students told to stay away from a local school tomorrow. antoinette: new safety questions about the air they are breathing inside. danielle: the driver who walked away from this wreck on a local train track. what she said happened right before the impact. danielle: and breaking -- reid:
accused of stabbing a teenager on a dorchester street. newscenter 5' s julie mcdonald is breaking details. that' s right, we need the public' s health -- help. boston police are investigating after a teenager was shot in dorchester this afternoon. commissioner william evans told newscenter 5 they were called to columbia road and demonstrate around 4:30. 816 office -- offi cers found a young male suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper body. he was rushed down to boston medical. he is in critical condition. witnesses told police they saw a blue atv takeoff from the area
this is the same neighborhood where one person was killed in an officer-involved shooting a little more than one week ago. reid: all right, thank you. and let' s go over to harvey leonard. harvey: let' s back up a little bit and we will show you what we are talking about first of all with this situation. we have temperatures that are just too warm to support snow around the region. what we see is really touching the ground is rain. it is falling around cape cod. we can see it right here. all of this is going to stay south of the pike tonight and it is going to move eastward. notice where it is raining, it is like 40 degrees or a little above. it may be 40 around here, maybe a few wet snowflakes mixed in, but you start the morning with clouds on the cape, but it is already cleared up here in
right around the freezing mark the north and the west. bigger changes are coming. a lot of moisture down in texas. i will time out the middle week storminess coming up. antoinette? antoinette: and new at 11:00, an elementary school in millis is closed for the next two days because of air quality concerns. the superintendent is alerting results found concerns into coupons of the building. further testing done during the vacation week confirmed potential concerns. a safety team will now meet with state officials to determine what happens next. clyde brown will be closed monday and tuesday. reid: we are learning more tonight about the discovery of a in attleboro.
medical call to the home on night avenue -- kn ight avenue. newscenter 5' s todd kazakiewich is live in attleboro tonight. todd, has her been an arrest tonight? -- has there been an arrest tonight? todd: the man who lives in the end unit is under arrest tonight, charge with manufacturing crystal meth amphetamines. as you can see, the windows were left open for ventilation and the lights were left on. the discovery of the lab shut down this quiet street today enforced the evacuation of tuukka other homes. for hours on sunday afternoon, members of the hazmat team
police say was a meth lab at 205 knight avenue in attleboro. the chemicals are very dangerous as it is a drug making process. there was no explosion in this case, but first responders say they head seen chemical spill, and that was perhaps 10 hours earlier. attleboro fire said the caseworkers called 911 to report a possible overdose. >> he said, this is not happening, and he jumped off the stretcher. todd: police spent hours removing evidence. it is not sure what kind of caseworker did the welfare check to save the person' s life. reid: right now the cause of this raging fire in new hampshire remains under investigation. flames destroyed this old, abandoned building in goffstown. three alarm fire -- the three
tonight as firefighters from 12 towns responded. there were several explosions inside. >> again, not knowing what was inside this building at the time of the fire, we are not sure what kind of explosives there were. reid: a neighboring chinese restaurant was forced to evacuate and it suffered smoke damage. antoinette: dozens of people are facing charges after an underage drinking party getting out of control in bridgewater. it happened overnight at this home on maple avenue a few blocks from the bridgewater state university. officers called campus police for backup as people started climbing out of windows. officers found a large amount of alcohol, stolen street and highway signs, and safety hazards. >> it is always a mess. it is always a mess. this is the norm. they actually cleaned up their act a little bit. antoinette: the building commissioner deemed that the
because of the lack of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. more than 40 people were arrested and will be arraigned. the charges included underage drinking, disorderly conduct, and storing the piece. and a 16-year-old is charged with sexual assault in lawrence. police tell if he robbed and assaulted a victim early this morning. he is in custody tonight. reid: and police say 19-year-old william m ckeown attacked a student inside a dorm at umass amherst last night. this is reported seeing a gun so police issued a safety alert. he surrendered to police on friday. investigators are still searching for a second suspect. antoinette: bill cosby' s wife loses her last ditch effort to postpone a deposition. she will take the stand tomorrow in springfield.
should not answer questions in a sexual assault suit against bill cosby because she has no involvement with the case. seven women are suing bill cosby , claiming he assaulted them decades ago. he denies it. reid: and donald trump is ahead of marco rubio and john kasich are. in the democratic side of things, a dead heat. hillary clinton and bernie sanders each have 46 votes ahead. in the meantime, bernie sanders brings his campaign to massachusetts tomorrow. he will hold a rally at umass amherst tomorrow night. the senator is trying to regroup after a loss in nevada. he attended a prominent black church in south carolina. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are trying to turn out voters for them.
economy that represents all of us, not just the 1%, i think you will see us making progress there. reid: clinton does not have any public offense -- public events today. ms. clinton: i am going to demonstrate that i have always been the same person fighting for the same values and fighting to make the same difference in people' s lives. reid: clinton holds a fundraiser in los angeles tomorrow before heading to south carolina tomorrow for most of the week. donald trump is back on the campaign trail with stops in georgia. he has cemented his status as the front runner after a dominant win in south carolina last night. others in the race are battling to be the gop' s alternative to trump. ted cruz is questioning where marco rubio can win. mr. cruz: it is a fairly amazing admission that they don' t believe they are going to win in nevada.
can win any states on super tuesday. mr. rubio: if you vote for me, we will win this election. the democrats don' t want to run against me but i cannot wait to run against them. reid: polls show trump ahead of rubio and ted cruz in third place. case it and carson are struggling in single digits. antoinette: and pablo sandoval begins spring training and he is not exactly giving red sox fans what they want to hear and see. mike: welcome to fenway. to say it was an eventful morning is an understatement. most of us are under the impression that last fall, sandoval was told to come back to camp in better shape and also to lose some weight. but when he was asked that question this morning, he was
pablo: i just do my work, try to do everything i can out there all off-season. i just try to get better, be in a better position, like i say, that is what i look like. >> did anybody from the team ask you to lose weight? pablo: no. >> there was a need for pablo to come back into the camp in better overall condition. when you come back in better shape, you are probably going to lose weight. but to be given a specific number of pounds or how much to lose, we did not give that to him. mike: coming up, we will learn about more on the red sox. reid: here is some good news at the gas pump, prices nationwide
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rampage in kalamazoo, michigan. police say the victims were selected at random. six died and two suffered injuries. authorities are investigating as to whether the alleged gunman was taking fares in between shootings. one man says he wrote with dalton about one hour before the first shots were fired. >> finally once he came to a stop, i jumped out of the car and ran away. reid: police say they have found a gun inside dalton' s vehicle. he is expected to be in court tomorrow. pope francis has issued a call to all catholic leaders tonight, asking them to place a one-year moratorium on the death penalty. during his sunday audience, the potus -- the pontiff propose they suspend the practice during the holy year of mercy. that' s push for forgiveness runs
pope francis appealed to all world leaders asking them to consider working to antoinette: eliminate the death penalty. -- working to eliminate the death penalty. antoinette: and frightening moments in andover as an amtrak train and a car collide. no one was seriously hurt. nicole estevan has the driver' s side of the story on what went right. nicole: these moments remind you can be. s car. s car. >> i looked at the signals and they were not flashy. >> stuck on the tracks with no time to react, the train cars were going 60 miles per hour. >> the car spun. i am ok.
i am going to buy a lottery ticket. nicole: she tells newscenter 5 that there was a problem with the gate. >> the gate was very late where it let me go past the for gate -- the first gate. nicole: investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the collision. reid: and then there is this, a pair of twins from california eat the odds. they are millionaires tonight after following unusual advice from their mother. it all started when lisa spotted a yellow ladybug on her windshield. she took that as a sign. she stopped to pick up lottery tickets for her and her sister. they have been buying them together for years, carefully following their mother' s advice to find a store with a light out. unusual advice. they hit a $6 million jackpot. >> you think angels are going to
stuff is going to be happening and then we went to fuddruckers. >> we bought 20 pairs of socks. reid: i do like fuddruckers. [laughter] reid: the twins split the earnings 60/40 as the twin who bought the ticket is going to get 60%. antoinette: and looking over boston right now, it was a springlike weekend, but those changes are coming. reid: harvey leonard has information as to much cooler weather. harvey: compared that -- compare the weather to one weekend ago, it made it into the low 50' s in boston. worcester was 65 yesterday. the last two days, it was above average. it has been all over the place. we are going to see more extremes as we go through this week. colder air in canada, so it is
in boston it is already happening, but it is a slow, gradual process. that is a cold winter direction out of the north at 40 miles per hour. what is most important is that it is still in the low 40' s on cape cod. why? because that is where precipitation is falling. before it can be flipped over to snow, it is all going to move eastward. some clouds in the morning for the cape and the rest will be all cleared up at that time and the rest of the day will produce a lot of sunshine. cooler, chillier weather. right around 40 during the afternoon hours. much more seasonable day for tomorrow. down here in texas, we' ve got moisture that is developing, and it is eventually going to start moving north and east. it is going to be broken up into a couple of systems. tomorrow is going to be the
you will get some moisture moving in here on monday and tuesday night. there could be a period of snow or sleet. it is going to start warming very quickly and the number two is going to bring the heavy-duty rain but it will be milder then. here is a look at what could be a quick batch of snow on tuesday night. but then that mixed line is changing over. early on wednesday across the interior, it might still be colder for some freezing drizzle and untreated surfaces may be slippery. we are going to get into the heavier downpours as the temperatures rise and the winds eventually picks up out of the south. we have had the story before. when we get into that heavier rain later wednesday, wednesday night, early thursday, chances of rain are high.
flooding could be on the south basin coastal areas, and also a low chance of a few thunderstorms in there as well. there is your nice but more seasonable monday. tuesday is a chilly, raw-feeling day, and at night, that light makes moving in. the heavy downpours will be later wednesday and into thursday. look at those milder temperatures and then we turn colder all over again. get into those heavy downpours later wednesday and early thursday. this will clearly be a week of changes. them for you. we will start your work weekend school week off with seasonal temperatures for tomorrow. reid:
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idea to lose any weight and it was never instructed by leaders of the boston red sox. pablo went out on the field with a bunch of his teammates to ground some balls at third days. the red sox will pay him prevailing dollars to play -- pay him $3 million to play this season. pablo: there is no disappointment, this is baseball. that is the price. you will have up and downs. you have to prepare yourself to be ready for those down moments when they come. you know, shake it off. keep working hard. do everything you can do. >> he has been a world series winner and he comes to a town with a lot of pressure and the pressure with being in boston, did it affect your performance at all last year?
tough year for me. i am just going to be better and i am in a better position this year. mike: meanwhile, david price has been on the field, he has been signing autographs, he has been very affable and he is now one of the leaders of the red sox and is now in a red sox uniform. how about one of his tea -- how about some of his teammates? >> i feel like i have thrown the ball against justin very well. he takes too many pitches. i would rather him hit a single on that first pitch and that -- and then get a play after that. he is an extremely tough guy. mike: that answer surprised me. we will have more on kim with the one-on-one interview. meanwhile it' s go back to boston. pop halloran has more. bob:
first half action, isaiah thomas hits a quarter 3, 1 of three threes on his way to a team-high 22 points to go along with 12 assists. the celtics led by 18 after the first quarter. it was a great effort from evan turner as well. he' s got some great moves going to the basket and shows off about six of them right here. turner had 20 points. in the second half, a mini run by the nuggets make the game -- makes the game temporarily in doubt. emmanuel moody a -- emmanual mudiay goes coast-to-coast and lays it in to make an point celtic lead. the celtics beat denver, 121-101.
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antoinette: i was really hoping the weather could just stay like this, like winter is over, right? juli: the -- harvey: that' s ok, no one lives in reality. this weather in cape cod is going to be over by morning. temperatures tomorrow morning are more typical, but not real bitter. but if we have any snow mix, it is going to be rainy and windy weather.
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announcer: live from wcvb newscenter 5, this is news our' s sportscenter 5. mike: we come from fenway jetblue park. things got off to a fast start this morning. around 7:30, pablo sandoval walked into camp and he came out with the manager and came back inside. he looked a little bit poorly. everyone was under the impression that sandoval had been approached by three members of the red sox to lose some weight this season. send of all stood in front of his locker and addressed the media and all of that seemed