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. live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz news this morning. thanks for joining us i'm kate merrill. thanks for being here it is tuesday november 1st a 4-year- old boy hit by a car while trick or treating the driver sited what police say she did after the dimasi. >> more work done on the mass pike tolls and good news if you're still trying to get a transponder. if you're getting ready to head out the door you'll want tobundle up it is cold out there. good morning everybody
upper 20s along the seacoast, 49 in fitchburg, we had a bit of a breeze with lingering clouds as well. clouds trying to develop along the mass new hampshire border a few clouds that will mix in. sunrise 7:18 chilly start sun and clouds 48 by lunchtime the wind not as strong as yesterday that will make it feel a little bit better out of the this about 5 to 10 miles per hour. sea breeze and clear and quiet 50 degrees sunset, warming up tomorrow i'll let you know how long it lasts coming up see how it is shaping up. >> we are slowing down, bogged down all the way up to 128 you are also slow over here on 95 north in canton and route 3 in brain tree, 128 at the split is congested look at the expressway jammed from the park
we're waiting for that accident on route 3 south, that's before exit 29 and the back up is passed 495. crews are still working through the night on the mass pike. this is the scene at toll booths come down we have a live look at the weston tolls where crews are working on center paving officials want you to do the same thing that you did yesterday, do it again today to avoid any back up. allow yourself extra time pay attention to these new traffic patterns c cones there kind of makeshift lanes also mind that 15 miles per hour speed limit by the way, the new easy pass online system is up and running ahead of schedule. it was expected to go back online at 7:00 this morning. if you need a transponder log on right now and get one, kate? a 4-year-old boy hit by a car while trick or treating in lowell, the driver who took off will be sited. nicole jacobs is live in lowell for us this morning with
nicole. >> chris, police were quickly able to catch up with this woman who was driving the car our cameras were rolling i can tell you this happened on a very busy night for trick or treating, fortunately police say that 4-year-old little boy is expected to be okay but he does have a pretty serious gash on his head. >> a night of fun for kids turned into a crime scene for lowell police evidence markers for candy littering marshall avenue. >> it was was like, good god. >> it was a scene witnessed by many trick or treating just after 7:00 monday evening, saw the car go over there and saw the kids laying on the ground. >> the 4-year-old little boy hit, traveling as show as 5 minute was behind the wheel when the child darted out. >> the car stopped people started screaming someone said call 911. >> the woman reportedly spoke
>> took the area of westford and stevens with a hit-and-run vehicle. a witness followed her in less than 10 minutes later police moved in our wbz cameras captured this. >> can you stop recording me? i have my rights too. >> the woman is expected to be sited at this point police say alcohol and speed were not factors. >> that little boy was transimportanted to lowell general hospital, police say he was alert when they took nicole jacobs wbz this morning. a bedford police sergeant hit by a dirt bike police stopped and arrested a group of people who they say were reckless ly, the people are due in court. a hearing is set for later this morning to decide whether the former house speaker salvatore dimasi should be released from prison early.
at the case, ana good morning. good morning kate, federal prosecutors are recommending a reduced sentence for a 71-year- old because of his deteriorating health in 2011 the former house speaker was sentenced to 8 years in prison for corruption, he has nearly 5 years of that sentence is director of the u.s. bureau of prisons is recommending that dimasi be sentenced to time served because he and prostate cancers, and issues require him to use a feeding tube. mark wolf says the recommendation doesn't include any hard evidence, on dimasi's medical history in prison or current medical condition the judge posed a question whether the director's decision to file a motion was influenced by the former political status. if granted the bureau of prisons is asking dimasi to have supervised release, he
wife and son. a student who brought a gun into a boston school will be disciplined according to the principal at the trotter school in roxberry. they found the unload weapon in the student's locker they arrested the boy but won't release his name because he is a minor. a boy dies days after attending the halloween house party in lowell another teenager is facing serious charges prosecutors say - castillo's head into a concrete floor during an under age party at a barn. court documents show it was an hour before castillo was taken to the hospital. kids told police nobody wanted to help or call 911, castillo died yesterday morning after being taken off life support. >> the victim stumbled in by accident and the defendant responded by picking him upturning him up and slamming
him. >> the defendant bragged about what he had done to other people. >> and unspeakable tragedies the victim in this case fell to the floor and team said he hit his head. he was initially charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon those charges could be upgraded now costello died he is being he $10,000 cash bail if he makes bail he'll be confined to his home for gps monitoring. four injured firefighters are out of the hospital after a chain reaction crash in the back bay the fire truck with sirenned on and lights flashing, when investigators think an suv came into the intersection of come av and dartman street. the fire truck hit that suv and veered off towards the sidewalk hitting 9 parked cars. >> i heard a siren and i looked
just absolutely crushed this car that was in the intersection crossing over, it went about, had to go 50 or 60 feet. the suv driver was also taken to the hospital investigators are looking at traffic cameras in the area but they say right now it appears the driver is not to blame. breaking over night, buses and trolleys shut down in philadelphia as 4700 trt leaving commuters scrambling, it will have a major impact on schools because nearly 60,000 students use public transit. some fear the strike could also impact election day but the union hopes to reach a tentative agreement before that. speaking of that, we are now exactly one week away from election day. >> and the fbi is going through thousands of e-mails belonging to one of hillary clinton's top aides. officials want to know if the messages are copies of e-mails
private server the decision won't come before the election now, talk of the campaign on both sides. >> if hillary is elected she would be under protracted criminal investigation likely followed by the trial of a sitting president. >> this is just what we need. >> why in the world the fbi would decide to jump into an election without evidence of any wrong doing with to go. that's a really good question. the justice department says is dedicating all necessary resources to review the e-mails as quickly as possible. we've got you covered for election night next tuesday at 7 p.m. on wbz, cbs news will start live coverage focusing on the national picture and we'll bring you updates on the massachusetts vote and join us for an election special on 8,
out cbs boston.com and a special broadcast and bringing you instant analysis all next tuesday november 8th wrap it all up wednesday morning bright and early. coming up the pitch to bring back late night transit service in the city. ride sharing company accused of discrimination a closer look at the research in boston. the charter school debate with leaders divided who is taking a stand today. the bats bi behind this costume? danielle, any guesses? >> tom brady, maybe? maybe one of his kids? i don't know in the meantime temperatures in the 20s and 30s it is a chilly start to the month of november we'll be in the 40s by recess 30s for the bus ride home for the kids, warming up tomorrow into the 60s we go we'll talk about that and time out the rain on
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means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. . tom brady and family enjoying the halloween, the pats qb hosted this picture to their facebook page dressed as bigfoot holding one of the
jazelle with her son as super mario while she dressed up as louigi. >> i'll bet they love it, they can be incognito. >> they said when your son wants to go as mario but nobody wants to go as luiji. >> the mustache helps with the costume. >> all right so it is a chilly start, nice later on this afternoon we're tracking a warm up, we'll have chilly average temperatures from 56 today to 47 by the end of the month we also fall back this weekend don't forget sunday at 2 a.m. we gain that hour of sleep morning news team loves that also makes it a little bit easier to go to bed when it is earlier, darker but the sunset gets earlier a 4:31 on sunday,
of snowfall for the month of november last november we didn't have any in fact took until mid-january to get our first inch of snow at logan airport a cool start 35 at logan airport, 30 in lawrence, nashua, 24 in concord, 25 in laconia a cold start for a lot of folks 25 in norwood, 36 and 40s for the outer cape where we've had clouds and a bit of an active breeze skies are main c little patch that's developed north and west of boston too. so there will be a few clouds mixing in at times today there is rain and snow you notice in eastern canada this is where the warm front that's going to approach the region tomorrow, what does it mean for us? not a whole lot except for mild air there won't be a threat for rain or snow, high pressure off to our south tomorrow we start with clouds in the morning and all though we won't have full sunshine tomorrow we'll still
next chance of rain comes in on thursday it is going to be dry in the morning and as this front approaches late in the day we may get pockets of rain along and north of the pipe but my concern is thursday evening as this cold front approaches look what happens a line of downpours even a few thunderstorms sweep through from west to east during the evening hours and noticeably colder air comes back to end the week on friday. a few ups and downs in terms of temperatures the next few days 50 to cooler than average sea breeze kicks in the clouds will increase tonight and won't be as cold as it was this morning 45 downtown some of the chilliest suburbs into the upper 30s tomorrow 65 to near 70 don't think we'll quite make it upper 60s norwood to taunton, the cape, breeze in the 60s again on thursday despite the clouds and threat
upper 40s and looks like stay on the cooler side for the upcoming weekend nice fall stretch low 50s right around 50 for the start of next week what's the latest out there? >> back up keeps increasing from a crash on route 3 here, blocks the left lane southbound before exit 29 but the back up is now past 495 to exit 32 drum hill, this is going to slow you down about 10 minutes traffic is also picking up along the south shore you are slow and go split also a rough ride on 24 north backed up from brockton, 128, 95 north is slow, expressway is jammed up from quinsy to dorchester. late night transit service could come back to boston but not from the mbta. according to the globe the boston bridge wants a shuttle service to request a ride and given a pick up location to
presented their plan yesterday, they'll charge $1.55 million a year. a study suggests uber and lift drivers, professors stanford and the university of washington released their findings yesterday. uber drivers in boston were more than twice as likely to cancel rides from passengers who had african american sounding names. the study also found that black passengers waited for uber rides and took female passengers for longer more expensive rides. a school bus driver has been sited for negligent operation and lane violation. hit a fire hydrant and over a mailbox clipped an suv and hit a home on cory street five students went to the hospital with minor injuries. 100 people protesting therapy for special needs students at a canton school.
the educational center yesterday afternoon the globe reportdemonstrators were to stop using treatment. one saying they quote tortured disabled individuals. the enforcement, according to the globe one city counselor believed they are relying on documents in order to get their kids into certain schools. the counselor says that the school department has the power does today boston mayor marty walsh is speaking at a rally against ballot question 2, would increase the number of charter schools in the state, the governor baker supports the question appearing in question 2. straight ahead making millions in massachusetts where residents are raking in the dough. coming up the impact social
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. massachusetts is home to a growing number of millionaires according to the boston business journal 13,000 residents reported earning at least a million dollars in most millionaires more than 2,000 of them, more than 1200, weston has the highest proportion of millionaires. >> not where we live not in your town, not in my town okay. a couple of spots in massachusetts is bragging rites there on the list of america's cities. they put milton at number 8 melrose, my hometown at 26.
coming in at number 1 west on a lot of those wellsly and newton came with high on the millionaire mark good for massachusetts the community college system says it lost $130,000 in a scheme, saying it was making regular payments on a project by check but it was recently asked to wire the money instead after they made the payment the system learned the instructions were reached the vender. the waters off cape cod back to shellfish harvesting brought to a stop last month because algae was making people sick new tests from the shellfish show they are now safe to eat. a british grocery store is being called the antisoup market the real junk food project is expired groceries from stores and tests them to see if they are safe to eat.
the goal is to show how much edible food is actually thrown out at stores and restaurants and promote sustainability. the project managers say they have calls from people living in new york and indian in about offering similar cafes here in the u.s. >> on the health watch resurge should change the way we look at cholesterol. efforts to lower bad cholesterol may be more effective when it comes to fighting hard diseases healthy best for treatment and prevention. good news for social media users sites like facebook and twitter could help you live longer researchers found moderate use associated with longevity and they stress the activity should maintain an enhanced interaction offline. because you sit here like this so much of the time you don't do anything else, live longer because you're not doing anything else. >> we should implement the no
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salvatore dimasi future if he could get out of prison. a live look at the tolls we're keeping an eye on the mass pike as crews push ahead of demolition work over night. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. welcome back thanks for joining us. >> the day after halloween wake up kids wake them up from that candy hang over, danielle, throw a coat on them. >> throw a coat, a couple of kit cats temperatures are running at or below freezing checking in with our weather network, towns and cities, middle school 30 degrees the high land elementary school, dartmouth, 32, there are 20s on the map. norwood 26, 29 in fitchburg, 35 in boston, mid-40s in province town, mainly clear skies a bit of a few clouds that mix in at
so a cold start grab the shades the wind turns out of the south and southeast a little sea breeze won't be as strong as yesterday that does make a difference sun and clouds 48 degrees most of us top out in the low 50s this afternoon quiet and cool for your ride home right around 50 with the sunset at 5:37 warming up tomorrow timing out rain for thursday details straight ahead let's get you on the roads how is it looking. stop and go traffic on route 3 north from an accident in braintree union street back up down here exit 15 derby street, so that's about a 15 minute delay, 24 north is in bad shape from boston all the way up to 128 we have slow traffic on 95 and norwood, crews are working on paving remember keep giving yourself plenty of extra time pay attention to the new traffic pattern, 15 miles per hour speed limit, easy pass
ahead of schedule if you need a transponder log on right now and order one chris and kate? thank you very much. a 4-year-old boy hit by a car, trick or treating, the driver who took off will be sited. >> nicole jacobs is live with an exclusive video of the driver, nicole. >> according to police this incident all happened on marshall avenue when children were out and about trick or treating, yesterday evening after 7:00, police say that 4-year-old little boy actually darted out in front of the car that was traveling about 5 miles per hour, the woman behind the wheel reportedly spoke to a witness here on the scene got back in her car and drove off. police caught up with the woman less than 10 minutes later. our cameras captured this interaction she was taken to lowell police and is expected to be sited. >> i saw the car go right over
the ground and then the car stopped and the people started screaming and then somebody said call 911. >> police at this point say neither speed nor alcohol were factors in this incident. we're live in lowell, nicole jacobs wbz. a beverly man being held after pleading not guilty to drunk driving charges in a crash that injured a mother and twin daughters in salem. police say 52-year-old dexter mitchell crossed the street during the city's halloween celebration. prosecutors say mitchell took off and only turned himself in after ditching a 12 pack of beer in a near by dumpster, saying a nurse witnessed the crash and asked for help the family is at mass general with serious injury. crews battling a house fire, flames sparked the home around 4:00 so far we don't have any reports of injuries but we'll keep you updated on
onto decide whether the former house speaker salvatore dimasi should be released early. we have a closer look for the case. >> prosecutors are recommending a reduced sentence for the 71- year-old because of his deteriorating health in 2011, sentenced to 8 years in prison because of corruption he has served nearly 5 years of that sentence the recommending that dimasi's sentence be reduced to time served because he has tongue and prostate cancer also radiation and chemotherapy causing him to have a feeding tube. the recommendation include any hard evidence on dimasi's medical treatment and current medical condition. the judge posed a question whether the director's position to file the motion was
political status, asking whether he should begin his 24 month term of supervised release he would live in melrose with his wife and son. reporting live from south boston, wbz this morning. 6:35, arlington police searching for a bank robbery suspect police released this picture of the man they say robbed a td bank on mass av after 5:00 last night, no weapon was shown and no one was hurt but anyone with information should arlington police. hoping this video will help officers find the person who attacked a trolley operator early sunday morning. investigators say the man was wearing a halloween mask when he punched the operator in a head and pulled him on to the platform. a candidate is paying back thousands of dollars of donations from the massachusetts law firm. will return $51,000 in donations after an
thornton law firm that had bonus bonuses. >> hillary clinton heads back to the swing state of florida as the fbi searches through thousands of newly discovered e- mails possibly connected to her private server donald trump is expected to talk about the controversy since he makes stops in pennsylvania today, hena daniels has the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: clintoncrisscrossed the battleground state trying to put the focus back on donald trump. >> i want you to be able to say, i voted for a better, fairer, stronger america. >> yesterday fbi agents began scrubbing through what could be hundreds of thousands of e- mails searching for messages that came from clinton or may contain classified information. accusing fbi director james
staying silent in the trump campaign's alleged ties to russia. >> if hillary is elected she would be under protracted criminal investigation likely followed by the trial of a sitting president. >> with the election one week away the justice department says it will commit all resources necessary to review the e-mails quickly. hena daniels cbs news. and we'll have you covered on election night at 7 on wbz news we'll start the live coverage on the national picture we'll bring you updates throughout the night on massachusetts vote and join us for an election special at 8:00 on my tv 38. at 9:00, the facebook page for a special webcast bringing you town by town results and instant analysis it is all next tuesday november 8th. we want to update you on a story we first brought you last month, the football program is
raising in the past few weeks last month the i team uncovered thousands of dollars in questionable expenses parents came to us when they grew concern that the kids had outdated and unsafe equipment after our investigation president jackie pence resigned and the books were turned over to the police department that criminal investigation continues. the king of the ice bucket challenge to fight als with a reward, the meaa ron burton after steve and paul burton's father was given to pete brady. brady's wife describes how proud she is of her husband and all he has accomplished. >> from the moment diagnosed he was going to change the projectry of this disease. >> our own steve burton presented the award, honoring people who give of themselves
check of today's top stories including the 9 people arrested after a police sergeant was hit by a dirt bike. coming up a student in trouble accused of bringing a gun to a boston school. why marriage already feels like a marathon for some newlyweds good morning. good morning everyone a bit of a chilly start, 20s and 30s in the map we'll rebound around 50 or just over that later on this afternoon let's check in well north of boston where we have temperatures in the 20s for most of us, in fact brian in belmont new hampshire clear skies 24 and frosty start with a thick coat, a big time warm up we'll talk about that straight ahead. hillary clinton's aide huma abedin responds to the e-mail probe the latest on the fbi investigation. plus we're in alabama where a deadly pipeline explosion could impact gas prices for millions. more real news coming up on
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. while most go away for a tropical island for a honeymoon, they were a married couple running a marathon on cape cod. they got married at the inn on saturday and 39th marathon on sunday it is seventh marathon they've run together, brad proposed the day before they left for last year's cape marathon. >> it was so me did anything for like a month. it is exhausting the wedding is exhausting. it is a lot of planning. so much planning and these people are amazing danielle as you know you are like no i'm doing nothing for a month . probably didn't drink either, or they were chugging water to hydrate? maybe that was my problem. >> it was all good.
at 5:37 this is your friendly reminder we turn our clocks back this weekend gain that extra hour of sleep, your body gets all messed up. sunday morning 6:24 sunrise, sunset at 4:31 as daylight saving time comes to an end. a cool start 35 in boston 32 in worcester, mid-20s, 30 on the nose from nashua to lawrence 21 in keen, 32 in worcester, 29 in fitcg, extra minute or two to scrape the windshields, we've had thicker clouds a bit of a breeze that's helped keep our temperatures up 40 on nantucket right now also have just a few high thin clouds notice in the last hour they just kind of develop along the border of mass new hampshire, high thin cirrus clouds, a deck of clouds out over the ocean and the cape we are in for a good amount of sunshine today and temperatures that will be a little bit above where they were yesterday for a lot of us rain and snow in eastern canada, that's the warm
us tomorrow what it means is we'll get clouds in here, tomorrow won't be a bright beautiful day despite some of the clouds we'll still come into the mid-60s tomorrow afternoon temperatures normal beginning of october as to the beginning of november. then wet weather moving in comes in on thursday not in the morning, the morning is dry during the afternoon pockets of rain along and north of the mass pike that ushers in cooler air to end the morning features sunshine thursday, here is the map at 10 a.m. the clouds increase your morning commute is fine during the afternoon looks like pockets of rain will develop particularly along and north of the mass pike the further south you go looks like we'll stay mainly dry, heavy downpours a few thunderstorms before that cooler air comes in that's the only chance of wet weather this week high temperatures today no
bedford, 54 in fitchburg the wind from the south not as strong as yesterday that does make you feel better mid-50s, plymouth to taunton not a bad fall afternoon. tonight won't be as cold with clouds on the increase over night lows will be 45 in boston and around 40 maybe even briefly in the upper 30s in some of the chilliest suburb partly cloudy and mild, thursday as the areas of move in, upper 40s on friday weekend looking dry and good a classic fall weather low 50s on saturday same on sunday with a few more clouds around 50 to start next week what's going on behind you? two accidents here cause ago lot of back up. the latest accident is on route 3 south at exit 32 that's blocking the shoulder an
situation. one last live look at the westton tolls center paving is underway and we are seeing for the first time stop and go traffic eastbound from framingham to the west toll so remember the speed limit 50 miles per hour and keep giving yourself plenty of time. chris and kate? all right thank you our top stories lowell police say a driver who hit a 4-year-old trick or treater who took off will be sited. police say the driver was trick or treating too and had at least two kids in the say she stopped spoke to a witness saw the little boy lying on the street and then got back in her car and drove away she was tracked down a short time later the child was taken to lowell general hospital. a but ford police sergeant is recovering after being hit by a dirt bike happened as police arrested a group of people who they say was riding off road vehicles on sidewalks while kids were trick or treating the 9 people arrested are due in court this morning.
to school will be disciplined staff at the trotter school found the unloaded weapon in a student's locker yesterday morning boston police won't release his name because he is a minor. a federal judge will consider whether to let the former speaker salvatore dimasi early the bureau of prisons and federal prosecutors recommended dimasi be recommended early after battling cancer twice in prison, the judge wants more medical condition, he served five of an 8 year sentence for corruption. four injured firefighters are out of the hospital after a chain reaction crash in the back bay the engine 7 fire truck was responding to a call yesterday morning when it collided with an suv at the intersection of cam ed and dartman street. they hit 9 parked cars the suv drive was taken to the hospital. 6:48, still to come will
>> and the player that won the only other championship here in boston. could this move hurt the defense, what new england gets in return? massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. 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. interviewer: what would stop you from voting this november? please join me and woman 1: working late.
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without marcus smart. game six of the world series tonight the cubs need a win to stay alive while the indians are hoping to secure the franchise's second championship. cleveland on the other world series title came way back in 1948 when they beat the boston braves 95-year-old eddie robinson is the last living member from that team tonight he'll be at progressive field in cleveland hoping for another indians what's coming up on "cbs this morning." let's check in with nor a o'donnell. ahead, hillary clinton's top aide huma abedin responding to the latest e-mail investigation. what to expect in the last week of the election. and the conversation with tommy hilfiger. coming up next, there is
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celebration with several downtown streets turning into walk ways for people all though it was chilly, plenty of people enjoyed the big party. >> it was just great, everybody has a great team people come in from out of town, they love salem and keep coming back. >> everybody is happy, dress up. dozens of officers discouraged public drinking and looked a little too real. and a party, trick or treating we spotted some ghost busters and princesses among the crowd. a couple of them wearing little coats my daughter had to change from her cheerleader outfit to a make-shift cowboy costume because it is just too cold. had to wear something underneath or over. temperatures will be in the 50s today, then we'll warm up into the 60s tomorrow.
the calendar, mid-60s tomorrow and again on thursday, then rain is going to move in thursday late in the day especially may even see a thunderstorm that's going to cool us off big time for friday. >> thanks danielle.
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