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it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and >> from boston's news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 news at noon. emily: first at noon, the final push. hillary clinton and donald trump making their final pitch to voters with less than 24 hours until election day. erika: their focus, several key battleground states that could decide the election including new hampshire. team coverage begins with newscenter 5's sera congi who is live at unh where president obama will stump for clinton in just a few hours. sera? sera: it is already getting
take a look behind me at the green input of the arena. you can see the crowd swarming. that is aligned to get into the 3:00 event where president obama will take the stage and make the case for billy clinton in this battleground state. this long line forming before where supporters will wait six 9 a.m., hours before president obama is scheduled to take the stage interim new hampshire. ,>> so i just wanted to come and hear barack obama had to say, and just s sera: the event a sign of how new hampshire is one of a dozen battleground states. hillary clinton making an appearance last night in manchester, pushing her message in the crucial last days of a tight race. ms. clinton: don't leave it to chance, don't leave it to others, use your voice and your vote. sera: clinton did not make any mention of fbi director's decision not to pursue criminal charges in newly discovered emails.
your grandkids ask you did on 2016 when everything was on the line -- >> i have 4 grandchildren i want there to be a world here for them. sera: donna robinson and her daughter, both hillary supporters are in line to hear , the president's speech with hopes it will sway minds going into the election. >> i hope it'll be a good opp for people to make a decision, or get out there and vote -- and vote. sera: at 3:00, but it will not be the last stop the president makes for deloitte clinton. tonight he will be joining the candidate in philadelphia for the last hours before the campaign is turned over to voters. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. donald trump also zeroing in on the granite state. erika: he heads back to new hampshire tonight after aggressively campaigning in several other key states, including florida. newscenter 5's doug meehan is here tracking the truck campaign.
before the polls open donald trump is making his final plea to the american voter. and that includes those in new hampshire. he is expected in the granite state around 8:00 tonight. happening right now trump is , wrapping up a campaign event in sarasota, florida. he continues to rally his supporters while also trying to sway any undecided voters. trump's campaign manager saying the republican presidential candidate plans to keep up the breakneck campaign pace through election day tomorrow. and just moments ago, the gop hopeful aimed his focus at washington. if we win, the corrupt politicians and their daughters lose. if we win, the american people when big league. it will be over. doug: after trump votes tomorrow in new york, he is expected to travel to several more states. meanwhile in iowa yesterday, trump told voters that they would never again see a candidate like him within reach
doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: and here is the latest look at the abc news battleground map. you see arizona, north carolina, and florida still up for grabs. however, several states -- if several states leaning toward hillary break the other 270 electoral votes needed to win. new hampshire's senate candidates criss-crossing that state today in what has been one of the most heated races in the nation. democratic governor maggie hassan is hoping to unseat incumbent senator kelly ayotte. and a new unh survey center poll has her leading ayotte 49 to -- 49% to 45%. hassan will join president obama at unh later today after several campaign stops. ayotte has about 20 stops
special election coverage kicks off today. newscenter 5 starts early at 4 p.m. then after world news tonight stay tuned for newscenter 5 at , 7:00, followed by a live otr election special, right here on channel 5. and then on election night, join us on newscenter 5 beginning at 4:00. we have a special hour of coverage at 7:00. abc has the latest results starting at 8:00. and we'll be here for newscenter 5 at 11:00. erika: breaking news in boston. hospitals to get checked out as a precaution after a hazmat situation at the manville school. boston fire says a small battery charger overheated. it was isolated in a restroom , but let off a vapor that made some people feel sick. the school is now back in session. a break in a fatal shooting in everett. right now, this man is under arrest, charged with killing another man after a reported carjacking in broad daylight. newscenter 5's nicole estaphan is live outside malden district
nicole? details. nicole? nicole: an arraignment about to get underway after a quick arrest in this fatal carjacking. 27-year-old keith herring covering his face as he walked into the malden courthouse to face a charge of murder in the death of 21-year-old gary turcotte of stoneham. it happened in broad daylight on ferry street in everett just after two sunday. -- just after 2:00 police say sunday. the victim shot in the process of a carjacking armed robbery. herring is awaiting arraignment right now, few details about how this all happened. information when we get it. the police chief stressing that this was an isolated incident and there is no threat to the neighborhood at this time. we are live in malden, nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. erika: nicole, thank you. a new clue in a month-old murder investigation in boston. police have released this photo of a black or dark blue, newer model nissan altima seen in the area of the fatal shooting of jesse dieusinor last month. the florida man died after he was found with gunshot wounds in
dearborn streets in roxbury on october 6. "the orlando senate -- "the orlando sentinel" reports he was a suspect in a murder in florida at the time of his death. anyone with information is asked to call boston police. emily: quite a scene in cambridge overnight. this car ends up in the charles river following a two-car crash. investigators say the cars collided at memorial drive and river street. the driver of this car failed to put it in park after the crash, sending into the water. no one was inside at the time. but one person hurt he new this noon, traffic tied up in dorchester this morning after a crash involving this uhaul truck. it happened at american legion highway and franklin hill ave about 7 a.m. it's not clear what went wrong ending with the truck sideways on the other side of this light pole. to the weather now. chilly today, a mix of sun and clouds. we have a warm up on the way. a brief warm up things go
yeah, chilly out there this morning. still me in the 40's. take a look at the temperature around chicago and st. louis. this is the one set in our direction for tomorrow. also this will eventually catch up with us. we have high pressure giving us a northerly wind and that north wind has given us some moisture off the ocean. there's a little cover them your finding. winds around 20 miles per hour on the cake as well. so, the sky should brighten a little bit that way. temperatures in the 40's now. struggle to get a high of 50 degrees. chilly today. more details on that warm-up just ahead. erika: cindy, thanks so much. new at noon, the boston police department announcing changes to the vetting process for city constables. that comes after two boston
the department is notifying constables they will be fingerprinted so they can run out of state background checks on them. because of previous limitations, the department did not know that kirk figueroa had a criminal record outside of massachusetts. emily: a salem, new hampshire mother is due in court today after police say her 7-year-old accidentally ran over her 2-year-old daughter. amy-lynn boehm faces criminal charges. police say she gave her car keys to her 7-year-old to start the car back in september. that's when the girl backed over the 2-year-old was hurt but is doing ok. boehm faces child endangerment charges. erika: a 70-year-old man is dead after being hit by a truck in tewksbury. it happened last night on shawsheen street. no charges have been filed . we are told the driver did stay at the scene. investigators say it does not appear the victim was in a crosswalk. firefighters say they may never know what caused this deadly fire in roxbury. one person was killed and a second severely burned saturday
"harerald" physical evidence needed to determine a cause, is a pile of rubble. the home was recently condemned. residents did complain about squatters. unlimited found chained to live in a container on the land. why investigators fear more victims are out there. emily: another powerful earthquake rattles oklahoma. the damage tool in the battle against obesity. how virtual reality could help some people lose weight. >> a half hour of news at the top of the hour. newscenter 5 at 4:00. j.c. monahan, ed harding. newscenter 5 at 4:00.
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they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. ? and governor baker our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
>> you are watching newscenter 5 at noon. emily: the nation's first female paternal -- attorney general has died. janet reno passed away this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. the 78-year-old was one of the figures for her role in the 1993 waco, texas raid that left 80 people dead. reno also authorized the armed seizure of 5-year-old elian gonzalez, returning him to cuba. erika: right now, investigators back at this south carolina property after another body was found. last week, police found a woman alive, chained inside a metal container there. janai norman reports, police believe more bodies will be found after the property owner admitted to killing 4 people.
: investigators in south carolina could be dealing with a serial killer. todd kohlhepp dropped a bombshell confession about a 13-year-old cold case, admitting he going down for people in 2003. >> do you have anything you wish to say at this time? >> not at this time, sir. janai: search teams are still scouring the nearly 100-acre property where kala brown was chained up by the neck and ankle, locked in a shipping container and investigators found arbitral body in a shallow grave, -- carver's body in a shallow grave, saying you shot multiple times. they returned to the property with him in an orange jumpsuit,
to more graves and another body. >> there is supposed to be one more down here, but we will keep searching. janai: investigators are searching other properties and looking for possible connections. in the meantime, todd kohlhepp is facing charges for the 2003 quadruple murder. abc news, new york. erika: closing arguments underway in the trial of a georgia man charged with murder after his young son died in a hot car. prosecutors claim justin ross extramarital affairs. harris' attorneys say he loved his son and call his death a tragic accident. emily: another powerful earthquake rattles oklahoma overnight. this magnitude 5.0 tremor caused substantial damage to up to 50 buildings. fortunately, no one was hurt. the quake struck near the town of cushing, which is about 50 miles southwest of tulsa. several aftershocks were also
>> the ground started shaking really superhard for maybe about 40 seconds. there is a big crack in the pavement. >> i happened to look up, and it seemed like the ceiling was about to collapse. it was scary. i'm still shook up about it. emily: hundreds of earthquakes have rattled the state over the last few months. they've been linked to oil and gas waste wells from oil production in the area. erika: a major gasoline pipeline one person was killed, four others hurt, when the pipeline exploded last monday while crews were making repairs following a september spill. a piece of equipment hit the pipeline. the 4 people who were hurt are still in the hospital. emily: philadelphia's week-long transit strike is over. that means all buses, trolleys and subways will be up and , running for election day. the southeastern pennsylvania transportation authority and a union representing thousands of workers announced a deal
wages and better pensions for workers. erika: will at noon, the manchester police department is paying tribute to heroic and courageous officers. two of them in particular awarded the department's medal of honor today. they were shot in the line of duty in may while pursuing a robbery suspect. >> the officers responded professionally fired on several times and treated him with dignity and respect even during the handcuffing process. erika: they also recognize the families of these officers, acknowledging they make it possible to keep the city safe. it's still warm. cindy: no, not today. tomorrow will be our warmest day of the week.
right now. that feels pretty good. we will be close to that tomorrow. warmth will be pushing our direction and unfortunately it is not going to last. we will take a dip south for the jet stream. the big temperature swing -- we will struggle to reach 50 today, but notice the 60's tomorrow and then we transition to the colder temperatures on wednesday. the average temperature this time of beverly. on the cape in hyannis and notice in worcester. a lot of blue. a few puffy clouds. down through the south shore and particularly cape cod and the islands, there is a fair amount of cloud cover. we have winds that are blowing
ocean. this storm is hanging on. high pressure will knows in. that is regenerating. it's definitely giving you a blessed relief field today -- a blessed early field today -- blusterly feel today. the next couple of hours those showers will shrink up a bit. in the boston area we may sneak up close to 50 and wants the sun goes down the temperatures will start to plummet in by midnight, still hanging around 40 degrees in boston. another chilly start tomorrow. tomorrow, high pressure to the south. a wild flow -- a mild flow in the afternoon. we will warm it up for you for election day tomorrow and then
collapse. i see a chance of rain and that's about it. this is not going to be a big rainmaker for us, but it's our only shot. temperatures tomorrow, very mild. lower 60's -- even norwood is sneaking up to about 63. again, very mild for this time of year. get on out and vot watching for a possibility of a few showers. midday in the afternoon, that front pushes off front. lower 50's thursday. another front, and arctic front friday.
not getting out of the lower 40's saturday and sunday. a big difference -- about 20 degrees -- between what we are expecting for highs for the -- for tomorrow and the weekend. emily: thank you. turning now to your health. a potential new way to lose weight, virtual reality diet goggles. erika: that's right. japanese researchers say the headsets can hack a person's senses and that reduces the appetite, makes low-fat foods taste better, an reduce the amount of food a person eats by 10%. emily: a new study in the journal "pediatrics" supports evidence e-cigarette use by teens can lead to future tobacco use. researchers say e-cigarette use by adolescents increased in 2014 fueled by appealing fruit and candy flavors. the study goes on to show teens using these flavored versions were less likely to see tobacco smoking as dangerous therefore are more likely to take up
erika: the moon is about to look bigger and brighter than it has in nearly 70 years. emily: scientists say a supermoon is expected next monday. and because of the timing, it will be especially big and bright. the best viewing will be sunday night. there will be another supermoon next month, but it won't be as bright because of a meteor shower. cindy: this will be the closest the moon will be to us for a while. there will be an effect on me tides. we will keep c that. hopefully we do not have any storminess. we have a nice warm up for election day tomorrow, no weather issues. only a chance of rain. colder this coming weekend. erika: i'm looking at that.
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