tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 8, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
windy and chilly. and that chilly weather lasts through the second half of the weekend as well. we're breaking it down for you right now as the eyeopener continues. announcer: now on newscenter 5's eyeopener. randy: america making its choices today and the presidential candidates push their campaigns to the last second. overnight pleas to voters. emily: a major senate race with impacts well beyond new hampshire. the factor making this granite state decision owe cr mean major changes in massachusetts. the questions on the ballot on the eye for this election day. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. randy: the countdown is on. the polls open in just two hours here in massachusetts. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer. there is a lot on the line in today's election. we will get to all of it.
cindy: skies mainly clear. boston 39 degrees. winds are light. no big wind chills out the door. it is cold, though, a lot of 20's in the suburbs north of town. you can see from bedford to nashua, just 27 degrees. beverly 30. there's frost out there. you may need time to scrape the windshield off this morning. upper 30's in worcester. 30's this morning on cape cod. it's a cold, clear start. high pressure nosing in. this is going to give us sunshine pretty much all day come up. out of the 20's and 30's this morning. we should be in the mid 40's here by midmorning in boston and we're in the 50's lunchtime on into the afternoon. temperatures will nudge up to around or just over 60 degrees today. well above average for this time of year. average high is 55. lower 60's boston to norwood. nice and mild for election day. this is it. temperatures go down into tomorrow.
good morning, olessa. olessa: good morning, cindy. live look outside to start things off, a check of the expressway near the south bay mall. the northbound side a little bit of early morning volume. let's check out the rest of your ride. still not seeing any problems. all the construction is gone. we have road work on the expressway. that wraps up. so does the road work on 93 north by route 24. the pike looks good this morning. 15 minutes eastbound 495 to then as you travel north of town, construction also gone on 128 south from route 3 down to 4 and 325. i'm olessa stepanova. that's a look at your traffic. >> i really believe it's the most important election of our lifetime. >> we are fighting to bring us all together as americans. emily: the cases have been made. now it is decision time for america. at this hour, polls are getting ready to open. the voters preparing to make
today, the eyeopener has all the candidates and issues covered for you. sera is covering the clinton campaign in battleground new hampshire. sera: certainly a battleground, randy and emily. polls open here in less than an hour. hillary clinton has spent a lot of time in the granite state. overnight, she spent time in another important state holding a midnight rally in north carolina. >> there is no are not ahead of us. [cheers and applause] if we reach for them together. sera: earlier in the might, bruce springsteen joining hillary clinton. she was joined on-stage by president obama and the first lady and john bon jovi. pennsylvania, new hampshire, virginia, all considered about a
hillary clinton will be voting in new york. polls open at 6:00 a.m. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: ready to go. thanks, sera. from manchester we head south to nashua. the eye's nicole estaphan is covering the trump campaign. nicole: good morning, randy. the trump campaign also burning the midnight oil in the final hours of this race after a stop here in new hampshire last night. the candidate flew to michigan for an overnight rally. chance to beat this corrupt, rigged system and to deliver justice for every forgotten man and forgotten woman and forgotten child. nicole: at his rally last night, trump claimed tom brady called to say he voted for the nominee. he also read a letter he said was from pats coach bill belichick.
we're live in nashua, new hampshire, nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. our political analysts have seen a lot in their time in politics and here's what they will be watching for today. >> north carolina and new hampshire, the polls close at 7:30 and 8:00 p.m. these battleground states, if trump wins both, we could be in for a long night. second, the romney states. romney got his clock cleaned by obama in electoral votes. if trump loses any one of these states, he's done. third, african american turnout. so far it's not been great for hillary clinton in early voting. if it's down again, it could be a good night for trump. >> three things to watch -- pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. there's no early voting. all three states are a factor in who wins the white house. emily: some of the first votes in new hampshire are already in this morning.
dixville notch, one of three small communities that voted at midnight. hillary clinton took dixville notch with four votes and hart's location with 17. trump won nearby millfield with 16 votes. dixville notch has picked the winner in three of the last four contests. randy: tight race in new hampshire as democrat maggie hassan hopes to unseat republican kelly ayotte there. and the eye's erika tarantal granite state voters. erika: the race one of the most closely watched in the country. also one of the most expensive. both candidates out in full force to convince voters why they're right for new hampshire. >> there is a clear choice in this election. do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the special interests or a new senator who sides with the
working hard for them. i'm one of the most bipartisan records. i'll stand up as that independent voice for the people of new hampshire and fight for them. erika: the outcome of this race could determine the balance power in the senate. there are eight seats up for grabs. the democrats could gain the majority there. as for the house, real clear politics gives the repca leaning gop. the democrats have 190 with only 21 toss-ups. the house should remain under republican control. randy? randy: massachusetts voters are making decisions today on four statewide ballot questions. and the eye's doug meehan is in boston with a closer look at what's at stake today as we head to the polls. doug: hey, randy, good morning. yes, as you mentioned, voters are considering four different
dollars are being weighed when these ballots go forward. and a lot of the money coming from out of state. let's break them down. question 2, charter schools. question 3 deals with confining farm animals. a yes vote bans any practice from preventing them from standing up, question 4 will decide if recreational marijuana becomes legal. younger voters favor legalization which means voter turnout will have a big impact on the outcome. there's also question 1, a yes vote here would authorize the massachusetts gaming commission to award a second parlor, but it is very specific, an area near suffolk downs in revere is the only area that fits the
newscenter 5. randy: thank you. our special coverage begins this afternoon at 4:00. we take you all the way through 6:30 when we join abc and a special hour of coverage at 7:00. abc has the latest results starting at 8:00 tonight followed by a full recap, newscenter 5 at 11:00. emily: newscenter 5 will be in new york city covering the presidential campaign. ben simmoneau will be with the clinton camp. j.c. monahan will be at trump headquarters. we are on tomorrow starting at 4:00 a.m. all the way through 7:00. you can count on newscenter 5 for complete election coverage. randy: there is a plan to improve service on the mbta's orange line. emily: the idea that could get more people moving faster and police forced to get a crowd under control in cambridge. the disappointment setting off a confrontation with officers. randy: the argument changing
erika: strong voter turnout expected in the bay state today. secretary of state bill galvin expects more than three million people to cast votes in this election. cindy? cindy: the weather is looking great on election day after we warm up this morning. there is some rain on the way tomorrow. the timeline on that is ahead. first take a look at the temperatures as you're heading out the door this morning. layer up. look at that. we're running in the 20's right now. just 27 degrees as you're heading out the door in nashua. >> 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. part of the new afternoon lineup
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." 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
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 especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. 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
>> hi, i'm calvin. this ie issues class from weston high school urging you to get out and vote. randy: that would be today. emily: if you're going to vote, take look at where the candidates stand on the issues, go to our app and click on politics. cindy: bundle up if you're going now. if you're voting this afternoon, midday into the afternoon, you might want to slow it down,
it will be nice. typically election day weather can affect turnout at the polls. nationwide, quiet. along the gulf coast, texas into louisiana, moisture up to the chicago area, and that's about it. otherwise, it is mainly dry and really warm. the jet stream is pushing some of that warmth in our direction today, but it does not last because we're going to start to trend cooler again as we go toward the end of the week. an average high for us is now just 54 degrees in early 60's. still above that tomorrow. look what happens here thursday into friday. cooler than average. cooler still as we head toward the upcoming weekend. changeable temperatures and look at these reading this morning. there is a lot of frost. you're going to want to allow extra time, warm up the car or bring the ice scraper. it's only in the 20's from bedford in nashua. 24 orange. south of town from norwood to taunton down to new bedford, we're running in the 20's. 39 worcester on into boston right now.
it's a chilly start but skies are clear. we have high pressure nosing in. this is going to give fantastic weather across the northeast. big storm offshore moving away. the winds have calmed down. we mentioned showers around the chicago area. this is the front we are watching for us tomorrow. this will come through with scattered showers. not any widespread heavy soaking rainfall, but there will be some showers starting around tomorrow. so today looks good. notice all the sunshine. polls open at 7:00 a.m. still some by midday it's up around 60. quite a jump up here as we get toward the midday hour. as the polls close, upper 40's to 50 degrees. as warm as 64 in norwood. 61 in worcester. lawrence 63. upper 50's on cape cod today. a few clouds come in this evening. overnight those clouds start to thicken up. it's not going to be nearly as
as the front comes through and the area of low pressure develops along it, that may enhance moisture across southeastern massachusetts where there could be more than 1/4 inch of rain. elsewhere 1/10 inch. nothing real heavy wednesday. out the door, some showers around. the midday hours, it shifts into southeastern massachusetts. once the front moves through, the winds shift around bringing in the cooler air, clearing skies thursd i friday night. coldest air of the entire season. wind chills probably won't get out of the 30's all day long on saturday. olessa: so far this morning, no problems on the roads. expressway by the south bay mall looks good. northbound toward the bottom of the screen. let's see the rest of your ride. issue-free heading out the door right now. all the construction we are watching is gone. you're in good shape into boston and south, expressway road work
up by route 24. no issues on 128. we had overnight construction. that's gone. the pike is a 15-minute ride. north of there, construction gone on route 3. trains and buses starting on schedule. emily: a georgetown police officer is recovering after a crash in rowley. that officer was working a detail on 95 north. that officer with nonlife-threatening injuries. the driver did stay on the scene and no charges have been announced. right now six young people are facing charges after a violent confrontation with police in cambridge. police forced to use pepper spray to get a crowd under control at the cambridgeside galleria. an estimated 1,000 people were there for a meet and greet with rapper desiigner and celtics rookie jaylen brown. fans waiting for hours for that 5:30 event.
say things got out of control. bricks and glass thrown at officers. pepper spray dispersed. some witnesses say there should have been a better plan for police to gain control. >> there's a better way to control a crowd. as a result, everyone had to suffer. emily: those six teens charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. randy: your economy for this tuesday morning. asian shares were mixed investors await the results, with the rest of us, of today's presidential election in this country. stock futures here are lower right now. cutting back on losses for boston's lawn on d. the popular outdoor park on d street will have a deficit this year between 250 and 350 thousand dollars, much lower than the $2.3 million loss in its second season last year. the massachusetts convention center authority says lawn on d
2018 thanks to increased commissions and more private events. the mbta is working forward a more reliable future for the orange line. t managers plan to increase rider capacity by 40% by adding new cars by 2019. now, in the meantime, the t is testing a short-term drop back system involving a two-person inspection of the train cars on the end of the line that is designed to cut down time between trains allowing more trains per hour. emily: the t is also moving forward with itsre extension project. it's named the new project manager, john dalton, a chicago-based construction manager. he will oversee the $2.3 billion project which extends the green line by nearly 5 miles into medford and somerville. the management team is a requirement of the federal transit administration, which is giving a billion dollars in federal aid. three malden high school students win a dress code battle. those students addressed the school committee last night challenging a ban on head wraps
the students argued the wraps are not disruptive and are associated with both religious values and cultural expression. school committee voted unanimously to overturn the ban. >> they made a cogent argument, and that's what we teach in the classroom. >> i knew it was going to get changed eventually, because it is something that should not be in the hand book to begin with. i thought it was going to take a really long time. emily: the mayor called the reversal a vic the dress code will be modified in writing next year. randy: a salad dressing disaster and a surprise in an overhead luggage compartment. what the surprise was in eyepoppers this morning. erika: new at 5:30, a tribute to war heroes. the annual event helping to heal the wounds of battle. also, an eccentric heir under suspicion. the new case against a man once questioned in the disappearance of his wife.
est friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
cindy: 5:24. starting out with clear skies but a little frost. temperatures are cold this morning. take a look in the suburbs especially. we have a lot of 20's showing up north and west of to over the next 12 hours, notice how we quickly jump up into the 60's this afternoon. warm around the boston area. 12-hour forecast brings us to 60 by lunchtime and lower 60's with lots of sunshine in many areas this afternoon. mild for you this election day. a few showers come in tomorrow. we'll cool things down for the end of the week. emily? emily: thank you. the bruins take advantage of the power play like never before.
brad marchand getting things started. tuukka rask continuing to impress the team. 32 saves. the bruins win this 4-0. 5:25. time for tuesday morning eyepoppers. we have a salad dressing recall that ends in a bang. olessa: yes. take a listen. >> real loud. olessa: okay. that woman is describing the noises she heard when her salad dressing exploded. turns out a bacteria bubbling in the dressing forced a recall and some really strange sound effects. emily: yeah. who knew? olessa: i don't know. and this year a flight straight out of the movies, "snakes on a plane," take a look at the video from a flight in mexico. a green snake comes out of the overhead luggage compartment,
cabin. the airline says the plane landed quickly so workers could, quote, secure the reptile. aeromexico says it's investigating how that snake got on the plane in the first place. emily: i would never fly again. that video gives me the creeps. olessa: i would open the emergency door. randy: all of the election information you need in under two minutes. up next, fast takes for voters headed to the polls in just a matter of hours and facebook wants to connect you with more than friends. the new service in development
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> i really believe it's the most important election of our lifetime. randy: new overnight. closing arguments. >> we're hours away from a once-in-a-lifetime change. randy: today the voters decide. emily: we have team coverage on this historic election day. randy: it's 5:30. we are live here at a polling location in new hampshire where the polls will open in about a half hour now. and in massachusetts, voters will be casting their ballots
emily: the candidates themselves are both voting in new york. hillary clinton will do so in chappaqua and donald trump will cast his ballot in new york city. good morning. i'm emily riemer. randy: i'm randy price. cindy ways the weather should not pose any problems locally. cindy: this is true. good morning to you both. we're starting out cold with frost out there. 20's north of the city. boston 39. worcester 39. to the south, 20's all the way kids are going to want a jacket at the bus stop. it is a frosty start this morning. look at this getting off the bus this afternoon. what a turnaround. sunshine, much milder as we go up to around 60 degrees or so. high pressure nosing in. today very quiet across the northeast. we'll get showers tomorrow. notice how the sun comes up at 6:27 this morning. and by lunchtime, it is near 60 degrees. a lot of spots will sneak into the lower 60's this afternoon for highs. waltham 62.
a lot of lower 60's through worcester county. south of town, 62 from brockton to bridgewater. taunton as well. after a chilly start on the cape, upper 50's to near 60 degrees this afternoon. nice one here for election day. we'll step you through the timeline on the showers tomorrow. right now, let's get out to the roads. olessa: so far, a quiet start on the roadways. live look outside at the expressway. check by the gas tank northbound heading to the top of the screen. let's got to the maps and see the rest of your r south, construction wrapped up during the overnight overnight hours. construction out of the way. looking good along the pike. 128 road work cleared by highland ave. north of town, no problems. 93 a little bit of volume out of methuen. in good shape down to the leverett connector. getting word of a problem with
randy: a little congestion around polling locations. months of campaigning, bitter barbs. emily: in the next 90 seconds, we're taking you through the big races and issues. randy: we begin with sera congi in new hampshire. sera: we are live inside a school where election workers are getting ready for polls to open at 6:00 this morning. all eyes will be on new hampshire, considered a battleground state. donald trump made one of his final pitches in manchester before holding an overnight rally in michigan. his last message to supporters, we have to win. hillary clinton rallied supporters overnight in north carolina, telling the crowd america's best days are still ahead of us. both are now back in new york. and that is where they will watch the results. nicole, out to you. nicole: thanks. in nashua, the white house not
closely. democratic candidate maggie hassan and republican kelly ayotte are locked in a heated senate ballot. the num governor trying to unseat the gop incumbent. this could help determine the balance of power in the u.s. senate. real clear politics averages show there are eight seats up for grabs. so democrats could gain a majority. again, this race has been very tight. doug? doug: we're in jamaica plain. in massachusetts, all eyes are on the ballo question 2 expands charter schools in the state. question 3 bans the confining of farm animals so they can't stand or move around. and question 4 would legalize recreational marijuana. worth noting, more than a million people have already voted in massachusetts. if you haven't voted yet, polls like this open at 7:00 a.m. live in jamaica plain.
a georgetown police officer is recovering. he was working a detail on 95 north when a driver plowed into the cruiser last night. that officer has nonlife-threatening injuries. that driver did stay at the scene. six teenagers facing charges after a disturbance at the cambridgeside galleria. a crowd was there for a meet and greet with rap er desiigner and jaylen brown. the mbta working toward a more reliable future for or rider capacity by 40% by adding new cars by 2019. emily, randy? emily: thank you. a terrifying case in south carolina getting even worse. randy: the new discovery on property where a woman was found chained and honoring our veterans. the benefit to help america's heroes. emily: ahead in news to go, facebook offering a different kind of connection.
but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes
on question 2. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. please join me and i'm kelly ayotte.: and when i take the plate for new hampshire... - throwing millions in false, negative ads... i'm out here knocking down every lie... because new hampshire deserves better. that's why i'm batting for good-paying jobs, to protect social security and medicare... ...and help families pay for college... i approved this message because no matter what they're throwing at me... i'll never stop fighting for you.
olessa: welcome back to the eyeopener. if there's something about your commute bugging you or a traffic mystery you can't figure out, you can ask olessa. tweet me, post on my facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org. i'll get the answers for you and share them right here on the eyeopener. this morning, the ride looks pretty quiet. no major issues. volume building on the expressway. a check by the gas tank, northbound at the top of the screen. overalla quiet start. cindy, a chilly one. cindy: you got it. you might ne off the windshield. frosty. 20's and 30's. 39 worcester into boston. cold start. mild afternoon. we recover under sunshine and 60's this afternoon. it's the warmest day of the week. a few showers tomorrow. we bring in the colder air. clearer through veterans day. turning colder for the weekend. randy? randy: speaking of veterans day, it's a very special night last night to provide the help they deserve for military men and women coming home facing what we
war. we had a great crowd at the agganis arena. the beach boys providing music for the annual event. i was host again this year. this is a benefit for home base, a unique organization here in boston helping veterans from all over. >> we fly them in. we cover their air fare, their hotel, their meals. and all their care is free. >> it's not just a treatment but focusing on the randy: home base was created seven years ago by the red sox foundation and massachusetts general hospital. i invite you to join me friday night at 7:00 on 5 for home base's veterans day program. i think we have some great stories of our vets who have helped us fighting the war on terror and those here in boston who've helped them deal with the invisible wounds of war, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. emily: coming down to the wire this election day, the
details on the upset starting a confrontation in a cambridge mall. plus, steph curry breaking an nba record. his big night is ahead as well. a live look from manchester, new hampshire. poll workers getting ready for the polls to open in just about 20 minutes. we will have live team coverage from new hampshire down to massachusetts on this big day, election day 2016. >> a half newscenter 5 at 4:00. j.c. monahan, ed harding. newscenter 5 at 4:00. part of the new afternoon lineup.
? 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
>> i want to be president for everyone, because we all have a role to play in building that better future for our country. >> we're hours away once-in-a-lifetime change. we're going to have real change. randy: the candidates making their closing arguments overnight as we kick off your news to go now. emily: the eyeopener team covering all the angles on this election day as the results of this bitter campaign finally rest with the voters. cindy: nationwide, not a ton of storminess. strip of moisture from the gulf coast scattered up toward
coming here tomorrow. so we're in great shape today. dry here locally for election day. but as we get into your wednesday, there will be some showers around, especially midday into the afternoon. that's our highest chance for rain. you can see the amounts not all that impressive. 1/10 inch, maybe a little more, maybe 1/4 inch down toward the cape and the islands. here's that system. it is slowed down by high pressure. an overnight and clear skies. 39 right now worcester into boston. look at orange, 24. plymouth 28. we've got lower 30's on the cape up toward the north shore this morning. if you're heading to the polls as they open at 7:00 a.m., bundle up. know that there will be frost out there. we'll have a lot of sunshine pretty much all day long. by midday, it is up to near 60. quite a rebound today. as the polls close at 8:00 p.m., we're going to be closer to 50 degrees by then. we're looking at highs well
worcester, as warm as 54 in norwood. sunshine all day long. we get into this evening, we bring in a few clouds. during the overnight hours, clouds thicken up. for the morning commute, one or two showers around. but the area of rain filled in for lunchtime. then it drops toward the south coast, cape and islands as we head toward the evening commute tomorrow and eventually works offshore during the evening tomorrow. still in the mid 50's. cooling off as we clear things off. lower 50's on thursday. let's get you out to the roads. i hear the sound of windshield wipers. olessa: live look outside at the expressway. here's a look by the gas tanks. northbound to the top of the screen. let's go to the maps and see the rest of your ride so far. it's on the shoulder causing some delays.
20 minute ride braintree to boston. 15 minutes 495 to 128. to issues on 128. 93 south stop and go out of methuen. more volume at spot bond. b branch for boston college, use the comm ave. and lake street entrance instead. randy: the presidential candidates made their final pitch to the voters in the emily: 2016 team coverage begins with sera congi live in manchester, new hampshire. good morning, sera. sera: good morning, emily and randy. hillary clinton not wasting any of the last minutes or last hours before polls open. she held a midnight rally in north carolina. >> i really believe it's the most important election of our lifetimes, because we've never had a clearer choice.
last day before election day hitting several of the dates considered battlegrounds for this election. here live inside the school as they're getting ready for polls to open at 6:00 this morning, new hampshire is also considered a battleground state. live in manchester, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. nicole: donald trump closing out overnight trip to michigan. >> today is our independence day. [cheers and applause] today the american working class is going to strike back. nicole: trump will close out this election in new york tonight. here in nashua, a state where voters may tip the scales in either direction, lines are already forming. voting opening here at 6:00 a.m.
estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. erika: u.s. senate race in new hampshire is one of the most closely watched in the nation with the balance of power in the senate in play. real clear politics shows eight seats up for grabs. maggie hassan arguing for change as kelly ayotte calls herself an independent voice. >> do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests? >> i'm one of the most bipartisan records. going out to solve problems for people in new hampshire. erika: this has been one of the most expensive senate races in the country. hassan has an edge according to polls, but the race is too close to call. doug, out to you. doug: four ballot questions before massachusetts voters today. so let's go through them. a yes vote on question 2 would allow up to 12 approvals for
schools every year. question 3 deals with confining farm animals, any practice that prevents pigs, calves or hens from standing up, lying down or turning around freely. question 4 will decide whether or not recreational marijuana use becomes legal here in massachusetts. polls showing younger voters favor legalization which means voter turnout could have a big impact on the outcome. question 1 we're live in jamaica plain, doug meehan, newscenter 5. randy: our special coverage begins at 4:00 this afternoon. we'll take you through 6:30. then abc. then a special coverage at 7:00. a full recap on newscenter 5 at 11:00. emily: newscenter 5 will be in new york city covering the presidential campaigns. ben simmoneau will be with the clinton camp and j.c. monahan will be at trump campaign
special edition of the eyeopener. we're on tomorrow starting at 4:00 a.m. all the way through 7:00. you can count on newscenter 5 for complete election coverage. randy: also in news to go, six young people facing charges after a violent confrontation with police in cambridge. police were forced to use pepper spray to get the crowd under control at the cambridgeside galleria. about a thousand people there for a meet and greet with rapper desiigner and rookie jaylen brown. 5:30 event. when that did not happen, police say things got out of control with bricks and glass being thrown. emily: a westborough high school teacher facing oui charges. mary flanagan's flood alcohol level was double the legal limit saturday. they say she was pulling out of wayland high school when she hit two cars. flanagan told police she had two
bail tracked down by his gps monitor. keith herring is accused of shooting gary duff-turcotte. herring was wearing a monitor from another case and police tracked him down in boston. emily: a settlement in a rape victim's lawsuit against worcester polytechnic institute. the former student sued the university for negligence and breach of contract after she was raped by a university details of the settlement are not public. randy: a third body has been found on the property of this man, a suspected south carolina serial killer, todd kohlhepp. he's suspected in at least seven murders dating back to 2003. he was arrested last week after police found a woman chained inside a storage building on his property. the bodies of her boyfriend and another victim were found nearby.
expected to go up. emily: a not guilty clear from robert durst. it's in the connection with the death of susan berman seven years ago. durst well known from the recent hbo documentary "the jinx." randy: jury selection with the trial of dylann roof. there was a private motion. he claimed the matters discussed in the closed hearing could harm roof's right to a fair trial if jurors overheard what was being discussed. emily: breaking overnight, prince harry is lashing out at the media. the prince said he is worried
of rumors and gossip. the prince called the racism and sexism of trolls and web comments. randy: facebook getting into the job market. they are testing a feature that would let page administrators create job postings and receive applications. that would compete with the site linkedin. emily: the bruins take advantage of the power play like they've never done before. against the buffalo sabres. fred marchand getting things started followed by david krejci on another power play. tuukka rask continuing to arrest the team. 32 saves. steph curry set an nba record for the most three-pointers in one game. he knocked down 13 three-pointers in golden state's
after curry went 0-10 from beyond the arch. he finished last night's game with 46 points. incredible. just keeps going. randy: even a little colder in our studio. cindy: chilly this morning. we're going to have a really nice recovery. it's going to be an above average temperature day. 54 is where we typically are for a high temperature in early november. we're going into the low 60's today. still slightly above average tomorrow. then look what happens by the end of the week. we're cooling down once again. we have 20's showing up from bedford to nashua. 27. 23 in norwood. 23 in orange. taunton to new bedford in the 20's as well. even the freezing mark on cape cod. it is a cold frosty start. but the temperatures jump up quickly. by 9:00 a.m., we're in the mid 40's. lunchtime temperatures near 60. notice the sun all day long. sun up shortly. 6:27 this morning. that sunshine coupled with a
lower 60's. in case you're wondering, 74 is the record today. upper 50's to near 60 on cape cod. clear skies now. we have high pressure nosing in from the south and west, and this is going to give us nice weather all across the northeast today. but there is a front here back toward the chicago area. we'll watch this for tomorrow. first it will bring in clouds tonight. it won't be as cold. temperatures bottom out in the 40's overnight. t tomorrow, a couple of showers in the morning, but really it's midday into the afternoon that we have the steadiest rain. there could be enhancement on cape cod where we see more than 1/4 inch of rain there. amounts not all that impressive. best chance of rain during the afternoon. clearing on thursday. then for veterans day, it turns very windy. look at these wind gusts. over 30 miles per hour. that is going to bring in much colder air as we head into the upcoming weekend. high temperatures to saturday. not getting out of the low 40's despite sunshine and with still
so much colder for the weekend. all right. let's get you out to the roads right now. olessa: a live look outside, zakim bridge, leverett connector, southbound on the bottom of the screen. rush hour delays starting to build. let's get to the maps, check the rest of your ride. the crash is south of town in stoughton northbound on 24 by route 139. delays are quickly building back into brockton. the accident is on the shoulder. once you get passed it, into boston. as you make your way along the pike, it's 15-minute eastbound ride 495 to 128 and heading north, delays are building 95 south out of methuen. then some more delays building as you travel from concord street to spot pond. more volume approaching the leverett connector. we're watching a problem with the b branch of the b line. you have to go to the intersection of com ave. and lake street. randy: while the rest of us are
hampshire. emily: the winner of an early contest there and malden high school students reversing a dress code rule. the argument convincing administrators to let them wear head wraps. and at 5:57, take a live look outside. that is worcester right there. sun just starting to come up a bit. gorgeous start to the day. gorgeous start to the day. the eye i'm maggie hassan, and new
hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. and why i respectfully ask fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody to
go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
>> the presidential candidates push their campaigns to the last minute. >> a major senate race would impact well beyond, the factor making this granite state decision so critical. randy: and the issues that could mean major changes here in the commonwealth, the questions facing voters today on the eye. it is election day. randy: the countdown is on and the polls open in an hour here in massachusetts. they already have in new hampshire. good morning, i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer. a lot of lines in today's election, and we will get to all of it but first we want to check in with cindy. a great forecast for voters. cindy: the weather looks fantastic. clear skies as we approach