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jc: new polls released put clinton ahead of trump. most polls has clinton at 46.6% and trump at 43.3%. newscenter 5 has you covered and we go to john atwater who is focusing on the clinton campaign. reporter: the margins are very narrow going into election day and hillary clinton is hitting the states that could help her secure a w hillary clinton is back in pennsylvania where her lead has slipped in the last few weeks. >> in pennsylvania it is all about election day. reporter: it is one of two visits she will make to the state where 20 electoral votes are on the line. she is also campaigning in michigan and north carolina. before voting begins she is suggesting a critical difference between her and the republican nominee. >> anger is not a plan, my friends. if we're going to harness our
problems, then we have to start talking to each other again. reporter: clinton avoids any talk about the fbi that her e-mails will not prompt criminal charges. she is trying to look beyond the outcome tomorrow. >> tomorrow is the election, but that's just the beginning. we have to heal this country. we have to bring people together and listen and respect each other. >> rally with bruce springsteen and bon jovi and lady gaga will join her in north carolina. wcvb newscenter 5. >> j.c.: we go to durham, new hampshire where president obama has taken the stage at unh. the president has been campaigning throughout the day for hillary clinton. we go now live to durham. david? reporter: good afternoon. the president has been speaking here for the past 10
first elected many of the people here were watching nickelodeon on tv, he said. air force 1 touch #ed down just about an hour ago around 4:00. this is the second of two campaign stops for president obama as he stumps for hillary clinton. earlier today he was in michigan where he commented on donald trump's temperment. >> think about this. over the weekend his campaign took away his twitter account. don't trust you to tweet, then how can we trust him with the nuclear codes? [applause]. me is unqualified to be america's chief executive. reporter: donald trump's campaign does dispute that.
president are hoping that many of the young people may be inspired just today to go to the polls tomorrow. live in durham, wcvb newscenter 5. >> ben: both trump and his running mate mike pence will be in new hampshire. they are holding a rally and that's where sean is tonight. reporter: the event will be 9 -- the second to last trump rally. trump is racing across four states and day in florida and then north carolina and pennsylvania, new hampshire and then ending the night in michigan. manchester, new hampshire will be one of two events where trump will be joined by his running mate. a new survey released today shows clinton leading trump in the granite state 49% to 38%. trump is making more for the
politicians lose. if we win the american people will lose big league the this is it, folks. we will never have another opportunity. not in four years and not in eight years. >> trump is losing one of his biggest driving forces. trump is again calling the system rigged and clearly frustrated the fbi decided not to charge clinton over her e-mails. trump and pence will make their final push to gain the four electoral wcvb newscenter 5. >> ben: thank you. mike pence has his own attack schedule before joining trump in new hampshire. he made three solo stops earlier including pennsylvania, and heavy -- and michigan. have a look. >> donald trump and i will be cutting taxes across the board. we will get rid of death taxes
going to lower business taxes in michigan so companies in michigan can compete with companies around the world and create jobs here in the heartland. >> ben: pence will join up with trump in new hampshire and then the two will head back to michigan for a final rally late tonight together. jc: tonight rl voting is being called a success. and now the focus election day run smoothly. one million thert,000 people voted early and two million are expected to vote tomorrow. one issue people are worried about are the election observers. but poll workers and police are prepared. >> they may appear and they may in fact observe what is going on, but they may not interfere. it will not be tolerated. >> the polling locations will by open tomorrow from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
election night. they will both be in new york city and so will newscenter 5. i will be at trump campaign headquarters and ben tim ma know with the clinton campaign. you can join us on newscenter 5 at 4:00 and special coverage at 7:00. we will be here for newscenter 5 at 11:00. >> ben: a cool day today, but to the polls. harvey: yes, a good day to get out. the last of the clouds are exiting cape cod and that's good news. as we go to the west we see clear skies and that's why i am so confident tomorrow will be a bright and sunny day around here. tonight is going to be chilly. it has already dropped to the upper 30s and we have the entire night to go through. while boston will drop into the midand upper 30s many of our suburbs will get to freezing and below.
10:00 in the morning it will be noticeably milder and the temperatures will continue to move up during the day. by the time we get to lunchtime we are averaging upper 50s in the early afternoon, upper 50s and low 60s across the area. we'll talk about the nation for election day and the rest of our weather. jc? jc: a suspect has been arrested in connection with a shooting in everett this weekend. diane is live where the suspect was arraigned today. reporter: jc, the suspect was facing several charges including armed robbery, carjacking and murder. 27-year-old keith herring kept his head down. >> the victim was driving a 2007 audi a6. he called the victim's number and identified himself as mike that he wanted to buy marijuana from him. reporter: the victim, 21-year-old gary was initially
marijuana to that man, but eventually agreed to meet with him and the suspect got in the victim's car. the man who called himself mike was identified as 27-year-old keith herrod of briton. he told him to get out of the car because he wanted to speak with the victim's girlfriend and he refused. that's when he shot the victim. the victim fell out of the seat and the victim's girlfriend ran out of the car and that's when the suspect took off in the victim's >> she ran over to the victim and saw he was bleeding in the shoulder and put pressure on the wound. >> the victim was taken to the hospital where he died. >> the officers from everett police department contacted the monitoring and they were identified she was on the street at the time of the shooting. >> the suspect's attorney declined to comment. they revoked the suspect's
he beheld without bail on the current charges. wcvb newscenter 5. >> there is a precaution after a hazmat situation. is it boston fire says a small battery charger over -- over heated and it let off a vapor that made some people feel sick. jc: and now on the opioid crisis new data shows deaths from heroin are declining in the sta fentanyl deaths are rising. more than 1,000 people died from unintentional opioid over doses this year. but as many as 470 more deaths are expected by the end of the year. the number of opioids was updated to more than 1500 statewide. >> ben: gas prices continue to decline in mass -- massachusetts. it is 4 cents higher than this
average. let's look at the drive times and see how prask -- how traffic is moving along. the pike is looking pretty good. let's go to the map and see how the drive times are around the boston region. you are looking at 32 miles per hour and 25 minutes upper deck to 128. there is the pike. 16 minutes from 93 to newton corner. it is 29 minutes from the toll to95 smoothly. seven minutes from the pike up to 290 and not a bad monday night drive home. >> ben: coming up next, surveying the damage after this weekend's earthquake. >> and the one that's raising concerns. >> and his response after our investigation found some state and environmental police
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're watching newscenter 5 at 5:00. >> ben: a pipeline that exploded in alabama is now in service. it exploded monday a week ago. while crews were making repairs a piece of excavation equipment caused the explosion. four people injured remain in the hospital. >> j.c.: the fbi and homeland security are looking into a string of murders in south carolina. he reportedly con to seven murders dating back to 2003. he was arrested last week when police found a woman chained in a shipping container on his property. police are certain they have the right suspect. >> i bet my farm, your farm or anybody else's farm we have the right person. we have him. jc: he was allowed to speak to his mothery and then confessed to the unsolved string of
shooting of a young black man by police. he was shot after a road rage incident escalated into a fight involving a funeral party. police say he refused to drop his gun when won fronted by a police sergeant. they don't say when he fired his weapon. >> ben: an earthquake rattled central oklahoma. it measured a 5 and was centered in cushing which is home to one of the world's most important oil the oil terminal. many buildings saw cracked floors and buildings. it is the third to be a 5 on the richter scale in oklahoma. one silver lining to an early sunset. we are looking west and it is in downtown boston looking out toward the metro west area. >> that looks like a
sunset was at 4:30, but because it is perfectly clear and no clouds, there is a little light. harvey: it is perfectly clear like that. with a dry air mass that could happen. we know it was chilly early this morning especially areas north and west. they will be in eastern areas. the air is dry and the winds are light and it even though it is not the coldest air mass in the world it will give you one more. it is so picturesque. 43 in boston. very little wind at this particular time. the temperatures will therefore start to drop. we have dropped into the upper knitters -- the upper 30s. even in taunton. a lot of hours with clear skies and light winds and the
pretty thick. it will stick around until maybe 8:00 tomorrow morning. then with mostly sunny skies the temperature responds nicely. the last of the clouds have been exiting and there is a light wind off to the north and west. the winds are diminishing now. it has been a windy day. these are your overnight low temperatures. keep in mind any low-lying areas in between these stations will easily be in t during the overnight period. again we are starting out chilly. it is already in the upper 30s to mid40s. what a temperature bounce back from the real frosty start in most of the area to up around 60 on average. i will say 1:00 in the afternoon. tomorrow if are you are thinking of voting and maybe in metro west, for example or areas south and west of boston, wellesley about 43 to
talking about 6:00, 7:00 in the morning it will be frosty in this area. up to midmorning it is 40 and lunchtime it is in the early to mid-afternoon and it is upper 50s to around secretary very very -- around 60. then the temperatures will come back and the skies will be mainly clear and no big problem. notice how the temperatures are mild over just about the entire country exspent for thech after that chilly start that will happen. as for moisture, i don't see much happening around the country and in terms of too much pre -- precipitation. we get more of a westerly wind and it warms us up. the next front will cross the
it. although we could get a shower or two the moisture consolidates around the area of low pressure which will stay south of us. it is connecticut and rhode island wednesday afternoon that could get a few steady hours. showers approach, but never get here. they may get to the southern areas as the low pressure area intensities. it will lead to a thursday. here is the next seven days. the best is tomorrow. perfect weather. sunshine, light winds, mild temperatures after the frosty start. wednesday a couple showers around. thursday looks bright and friday let's say maybe a spot shower. pretty strong cold front will make it much colder for saturday and saturday night and then we should moderate sunday afternoon. then back into the 50s and
now. jc? j -- jc: they are paying hahn per to officers. ryan hardy and matt o'connor were both shot in the line of duty while pursuing a robbery suspect. several other officers were honored for their actions that day including state troopers and an officer on the nearby golf town who was on the job for a your and a half. con grat lakeses to them. >> ben: and can facebook add years to your face? and new at 5:30, advice on how to fight back. >> nobody should have to do it three times. >> she lost three sons to overdoses and one of them just
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and
shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework...
she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide
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. jc: your health tonight as we learn more about concussions changes have been made to help people get back in the game. but new evidence shows we are still failing to give guidance. all 50 states have passed laws governing when kids can return to play after concussion. but there are a few laws on another post concussion decision. return to learn. doctors often advise complete
head. now researchers in seattle are looking at legal databases state by state and looked fe -- at the rules for managing post concussion return to work. and mostly there aren't any. only eight dates had return to learn laws. only four had standards for how they measure when to return to school and mental exercise. and the return to learn rules revolved around the concussion management. many return to play, but there is many to do to improve the system as to when they return to school. >> ben: there is little risk of surgery impacting intelligence. there was worry after experiments on young animals show the connection to brain damage. researchers from sweden just published a study showion grades for teens were only 2% lower in kids who had anesthesia before the age of
facebook frnd -- friend requests you could livelonger. they found people who have strong social media networks and receive multiple friend requests are less likely to die. the full study was published in the national academy of science. jc: it means you are social and you are getting out, right? >> ben: a lot o media. jc: i am not buying that one. >> ben: me either. coming up, the commitment 2016 coverage continues will. jc: the heatest on the govern -- the latest on the governor's race and we are back in two minutes.
? our neighborhood public schools. 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,
arguments from both candidates. reporter: shoo she is the republican incumbent hoping for re-election and hassen hoping to are a new job title. both are political veterans and both are very popular of. reporter: they are both rel known and well liked. in states where they tend to select people they know over loyalty the final days of the race a face-to-face meeting. >> they expect to meet you one on one. that's why i do town halls. >> i will talk to them about what is at stake. reporter: who wins is a toss up. neither has a strong edge over the other. with that said their fate could well be tied to the bitter presidential election which has left a tour -- sour
>> business, family and community, we are a strong and resilient people. >> we are going to stand up for them and fight for them. >> it is one of the most closely watched in the country and one of the most expensive. more than 100 million spent. money focused on the independents who make up the greatest state electorat. they are focusing on the people. >> where are we going to meet them and talk to them and listen to them and find out what >> it is long pastime for washington to take the same approach. reporter: so it is a coin flip. they will clear the air for what has been a murky finish line that's why the senator made 27 campaign stops in 24 hours including several here in littleton.