mexico and central america are sending their children to the united states to cross the border with almost nothing but hope for better life the number of unaccompanied minor
two years because of the mosquito born virus that may cause birth defects. spreading through central america and the caribbean. scientists are trying to make the connection between it and children born with unusually small heads. >> what is the link?
confirmed cases by mosquitoes here in the u.s. most zika affected areas are in central and south america of the wcvb newscenter 5. phil: a dream vacation turning into a nightmare for thousands of cruiseship passengers. their royal caribbean ship is heading back to new jersey after getting caught in rough weather. it was headed to the bahamas when hurricane-force winds, giant waves from the same storm system hitting us damaged the vessel. passengers were ordered to remain in their cabin for hours. >> when we looked out the window we would see waves that looked like the height of our balcony. i don't know how much was the much was tripped over. phil: nobody was seriously injured. they are offering full refunds. >> confirmations the conditions have been met? harvey: yes, nantucket and chatum and plymouth. southeastern mass and the cape. harvey: that means quarter mile visibility for less than three hours in a row and blowing snow and falling snow and drifting snow, the whole bit. it has been wild down there. the rest of us have been involved, but not to as large an extent. it is hazy lookin
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