tv WBZ This Morning CBS November 6, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
right now, scary moments at a donald trump rally as the presidential candidate is rushed off stage by secret service. what led to a man being he is courted out of the campaign event in nevada. a bullets grates a 3-year- old little boy in ro and construction continues on route 28 this morning. and update for you before you head out on the roadways. this is wbz news this morning. good morning, i am kerry connolly and barry burbank is some where every there. where are you? i am way over here. good morning to you, and good
somehow is today. and it is--showers today. and it is milder this morning than yesterday morning. 48-degrees in boston. we have readings in the 40s off to the north and west. so it is mild out there. there are some showers, for sure. the disturbance is here, and it got more active, as you can see, than we anticipated. just a few showers today, but the radar has been showing the showers moving through the boston area and early every. so for today--earlier. so for today, clouds around, and then showers first thing this morning and a few may develop again during the day. the rest of the forecast in just a few minutes, kerry. all right, bare richardson, thank you so much ---barry, thank you so much. secret service agents rushing donald trump off stage at a rally in nevada after a fight
ushered a man out of the crowd. people at the rally say they saw a trump supporter raise a sign right before the fight. donald trump returned to the stage, thanking the secret service and we are also following news from tim kaine, out on the campaign trail, as his motorcade was hit by a car. mark albert has all of the returned off of--was rushed off of the stage in nevada saturday night. a young man was quickly taken into custody. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> reporter: donald trump returned to the stage and thanked the secret service and his supporters who helped to bring the supporters down. >> thank you, fellows. i saw what you were doing. that is a tough group of people right here. thank you. >> reporter: the supporters are
white house. and another scare on the campaign trail saturday night, a car slammed into the side of the media bus covering clinton's running mate, tim kaine, while they were heading to the airport. one reporter said he was thrown into the isle. ? [ music ] ? katie perry headlined a con set in philadelphia. >> to make sure that america lives up to every one of the people, especially every one of the children. >> reporter: but in a sign that the race is getting tighter, president obama has added a campaign stop if michigan on monday, to help get young voters to the polls, before meeting up with the democratic nominee for a final rally in philadelphia. mark albert for cbs news, the white house. well, the candidates will zero in on new hampshire. hillary clinton will be in manchester today and then
be this durham. donald trump will also be in the state on monday talking to voters in manchester. well, massachusetts early voting was successful. more than 21% of registered voters have already voted. sorry, i had to clear my throat. that works out to more than 1 million voters. voters can still absentee vote until noon on monday. and th polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at night. and wbz will have you covered on election night. scott and our team at the net work starts a special live coverage at 7:00 p.m. and will start--and will stay on all night. and you can go to our web page for more. and the south carolina man accused of keeping a woman chained in a storm warning
confessed to several other murders. investigators found the woman still alive on thursday. they found the remains of 32- year-old charles carver on friday. the sheriff says it is quite possible more bodies will be uncovered. a little boy recovering this morning, the victim of a drive by shooting. the bullet only grazed the little 3-year-old and fortunately, we will be okay. the gunshots range out and 1:00 p.m. saturday afternoon. >> i was sitting out enjoys myself with a friend of mine and then the next thing i know, pop, pop, pop, like six rounds go off. >> reporter: a 3-year-old boy was shot inside. >> a boy has been grazed by a bullet to the leg. >> and i just do not think it is right, i mean, especially in the middle of a day on a saturday.
the shooting happened outside. >> i just saw a kid running right past, behind the fence where we were sitting. he was running from, either he was scared or whatever. >> reporter: the child's family says he does not live at the house, but he was visiting relatives, a mailman also near by was not hit but his truck was. >> just having to go through this. >> reporter: some neighbors are now looking to move. >> you know, we are trying to clean the city up, things are going good. and it is discouraging, you know. my wife does not want to live here anymore. she says more gunshots here than in the philippines. >> reporter: and so far, to arrests have been made. and a three-alarm fire killed one person and severally burned a second. firefighters rushed to the home just after 8:30 a.m. on saturday morning.
the and--the power and the water next door. the flames were so intense that the building clansed so itself. no word on how the fire started. redding police searching for a bank robber this morning, they say this man walked into the t d bank branch just before 2:00 a.m. yesterday morning. at the time---2:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon. at the time, he had an a gray hoodie--he had on a dee and jeans. the parents of a boy who died this summer after a- -summer at a city run camp are still looking for answers. >> we want answers. >> no no more excuses. >> no more excuses. >> in july 7-year-old willis was a day camper when he drowned in the ocean. but, it has been three months since his death and the cause
the boy's grandparents say that the mayor has not kept his promise to keep them informed. >> i want the answers, tell me what happened to my grandson. just do something about it. you told me this would be priority one. >> we just want answers. what are they covering up? the mayor and the police. what are they hiding? >> we reached out to the mayor's office on this, but didn't hear back. road construction trues are making progress as they work on the bridge. the detours are back in place, now, as the next phase of the project is getting under way. jim smith has the story. >> reporter: and extra challenge for saturday night
highway and then back on to the roadway. it is all part of a project to tear down an old bridge a project that was well ahead of schedule, drivers coping well. >> it has worked a bit better than i thought. because i think they finished earlier. >> reporter: yes, it is actually going well. >> i have been amazed, actually. >> reporter: it is not perfect, of course, neighborhood drivers could not get one from side of highland avenue to the other. th on local roads. >> it is a lot of traffic. >> reporter: unbelievable. crowd 9 on--crowded on 128? >> yes, it is. yes it is. >> reporter: they are hoping to finish tearing down the bridge and stop the southbound detour by sunday night, maybe earlier than that. >> it was a mess. but, it was not that bad. it seemed like it is moving quickly.
highway. >> reporter: jim smith, wbz. massdot says that the project is ahead of schedule. they are shifting lanes in wes ton near exits 14 and 15. the lane shift should be done by midday today, and honoring a hero, how a little man is being remembered 13 years after his death. >> and harvard's men's soccer team is apologizing this morning. what it is they say sorry for coming up. >> 5:10 a.m., as you rise and shine, hey, you early birds, you are like barry and i, we are glad you are with us this morning. we will be back shortly to
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forto a hero and friend who paid the ultimate price, 22- year-old army specialist mathew boule. >> he just had the most beautiful smiling eyes. he was a peacemaker. >> reporter: this memorial park is dedicated to the memory of boule, in 2003 he was the first massachusetts serviceman killed in the line of duty. he was on a volunteer mission. >> think about him every day. >> it means that your heart ripped out. ? [ music ] ? >> reporter: state police helicopter did a fly by to honor him as boule's mother and fiancee placed a wreath. >> he gave his life. >> reporter: the memorial itself is overlooking beaver brooke, the town and generous businesses helped to pay for
it is for somebody special and this place will be special. >> i am just all choked up. it is just too overwhelming especially seeing the supported of the town and veteran these groups. >> rest well, brave soldier. matt, we think of you today, we think of your family, and all of their sacrifices: and you will never be forgotten. >> reporter: i am paul burton, wbz news. >> the memorial park will be then the community will gather again to plant trees and flowers. they will also install benches for people to remember boule and to reflect on all of those who have given their lives. and do not forget, as you wake up this morn, make sure that you fall back, no, not back into bed, put your clocks back, it is time to set your clocks back for and hour. if you hear how much more
how are you feeling barry? >> well, you know, the i was talking to the producers in the news room about the traffic this morning. >> yes. >> there was nothing out there. >> nothing at all. >> hardly a car. i mean, one-over two cars--one or two cars here and there. >> yes, and last sunday morning so many cars. >> yes, everybody was out. you know, i think because we turned the clocks back, it was like and hour later and i loved it. >> yes, but you would have liked to have been in bed, too. >> well, i like be on the road when nobody else is there. so what is going on today? well, we have got the rain and it is mild out there this morning. and now the numbers, let's go to the wbz weather bug network. and now lake view junior high school, 42 this morning and it
it is 45-degrees. so the temperatures, yes, they are much higher, remember yesterday, we were showing negative numbers, because yesterday morning was so much colder than the previous morning. well, this morning, it is a lot milder than yesterday morning. so we have switched it right around, temperatures in the 40s. a couple of up 30s in maine. but other wise, host of southern new an and it is a mild morning out there with temperatures going up around 50 now in some spots. but look at rest of the nation, it is a lot milder. we have 60s coming, not today or tomorrow. but for election day. high pressure is still in control. but again, as we said yesterday, now this is coming out of canada and it became rather active overnight and the front is actually producing lightning.
here. you can see several blasts of litenning here. and--of lightning here and a little lightning a of hours ago. and still showers left in here and most will go off to the southeast. but a few more may develop during the day. but a lot of clouds, i can see a few places where a few more showers may pop up this afternoon. and breaks of sunshine as the temperatures start to go down later this afternoon. remember, that sunset today is at 4:31 a.m., tough to see the sunset so early. year we are in now. and tonight it is clearing off to the north and west of boston, clouds will linger in southeastern massachusetts. and it is windy down there, but where it drops off tomorrow morning, in the 30s north and west. tomorrow's high should be in the mid to upper 40s and my seven day forecast, showing you that we will have the warmest day this week, as mentioned yesterday, it is on election day. 64 for an average afternoon high with a lot of sunshine, showers are back in the
clearing out, becoming sunny on thursday, and more showers on friday. but, kerry, it is cold next weekend. the high next saturday 38- degrees with snow showers. >> come on. what? >> that is what i said. >> are you sure? do you want to recheck that? >> nope, it is not wrong. not an error. >> all right, well, we just got to deal with it. well, a fake flight lord boarded--flight boarded yesterday. comi u heading. >> and is it your birthday today? well, let's see who you share it with. emma stone turns 28, known for training day. and ethan hawk turns 48. and salary fields turns 70--and sally fields turns 70-years-old
groups joined forces with wings for autism. more than 100 families had a chance to check in, get their boarding passes, and go through security and then they boarded a plane for a simulated flight. it gives kids a chance to get comfortable with being at the airport. what a great idea. a special birthday at the franklin park zoo. who celebrated their big day,
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welcome back. some good times over at the franklin park zoo yesterday. it was the western low land gorilla's birthday. he turned 6-years-old, but didn't see--she turned 6-years- old, and didn't em her presents too much. she, by the way, was born at the franklin park zoo. well, an update on a new york city officer who was shot in new york city. the latest on his condition is come up this morn--is coming up this morning. >> it is 5:26 a.m. on this sunday
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the grocery store. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 6th. i am kerry connolly. did you set your clocks back? barry burbank is standing by with a look at a wet morning out there. yes, good morning, showers out there this morning. but look this morning than yesterday morning. we were down in the 30s. right now, mostly in the mid to upper 40s. there are a few exceptions. but we with v been watching the showers come through as we pointed out yesterday, it is one coming southeast ward and it is actually active last night with heavier showers in some spots and lightning in some locations. we are still seeing lightning south of the vineyard this morning as that is moving away. a few showers around here and
so a lot of clouds, a few sunny breaks, still, scattered showers around. 50 to 52 for a high. it is windier this afternoon than it was yesterday afternoon up to 10, 25 miles per hour. kerry. all right, barry, thank you. and now a few moments of panic at a donald trump rally yesterday in nevada. the secret service rushed the candidate off stage i shall official no weapon was found. trump returned to the rally a short time later. no. northering a little 3-year-old is re---this morning, a little 3-year-old is recovering from a bullet wound, he was grazed during after drive by sooting yesterday afternoon in brockton. a bullet also hit a mail truck, but the carrier was not hurt. today work crews are going to finish a job that requires
they are working on the west side of the highland avenue bridge. so expect detours and delays until 6:00 p.m. tonight. it is all part of a larger project. well, we do not hear about it as often as we used to. but the troops overseas appreciate a care package. katie brace has more. >> reporter: packing time, to overseas. >> it is the world. >> reporter: tim's son is a marine in the middle east. >> to come down and support the troops is great. without them we would not have this great country. >> reporter: and a showroom is now a work room. their employees donated more than $3000 for items. members of the community also topped off supplies.
supplies. >> beef jerky, and more, all to be shipped overseas. >> reporter: emily spencer's husband is in afghan for the third time. she knows how much the shipments mean. >> for him, it is just a really nice show to support to know that the local communities are coming--communities are coming forward. >> they look forward to getting the boxes. >> reporter: the care packages are important to the troops, but al families. >> they do not have a day off, they are working 14, 15 hour days. you know, so it means a lot to all ofs. >> it takes everybody to--all of us. >> it takes everybody to chip in. >> it is so nice and that was katie brace reporting. they wanted to pack 200 boxes and they get 300 care packages head ready go. --read i do go.
well, the harvard men's soccer team has been suspended for the rest of the month. the 2012 rated the attractive of the recruits on the women's soccer team. an university investigation then discovered the practice known as the scouting report continued through the current season. in its apology, the men's team said that the behavior was wrong, saying no woman deserves to be treated like that. a police chase led to a deadly crash. car in fall river avenue. but the driver took off, and then crashed right into an utility pole. the 29-year-old man from rhode island was killed. a new york city police officer wounded in a gunfight is out of the hospital this morning but his partner, sergeant paul was shot in the head and killed. investigators say that the shooter broke into his estranged wife's home, as he fled, started to shoot at the
wife and two young children. a wild rescue in spokane, washington. a driver ran off the road and his car landed right into the river. crews pulled the man to safety and paramedics rushed him to the hospital. it looks like turkey is on the apack in a pennsylvania neighborhood. the birds actually blocked a road, forcing a school bus to slow down. the people say that the turkeys are trying to get in their homes through the screen doors. another, save money on things you buy every week. all you need is a few minutes and a smart phone. we look at how to get cash back at the grocery store. >> reporter: finds good deals is a must for kate. >> i do everything to try to save money. >> reporter: that means putting in some work before heading to the store. >> i cut coupons, i print them out online. i shop the sales.
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the purchase will be reviewed for you. >> there are so many offers, we want to put the ten best or 15 best ones in front of each consumer based on what they like. >> reporter: for these carats, kate saved $.50 by doubling up. time well spenter for this busy- -spent for this busy mom. >> it takes five minutes out offerer day. you all--out of your day. we have at >> reporter: you need at least $20 to cash out. wbz news. 5:37 a.m. the bruins looking to ride a winning streak into the garden last night. a heisman trophy candidate was in boston, but not for the eagles. >> plus, more still to come in sports. stay with us. at longhorn, tonight's special: great steak pairings. a center cut sirloin with a choice of bacon-wrapped shrimp,
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net for a 1-0 lead. tied now at 1-1 with boston at the power play, but new york has numbers, 2-1 and does 1 and derek is there. and now the second period, the power play, again, rangers with another shorthanded goal. and kevin hayes makes it 3-1 new york. and then it was 4-1 in the new york in the third before the bruins got one back. >> out a piece of that on the way to the net. and for davis, that is his team leading center to make it a 4-2- -seventh to make it a 4-2 game. >> and then later in the third period new york puts this one away. it was 5-2 rangers and that is how it ends. as for the patriots, they have the weekend off, right at
first half. and nfl best 7-1 record, in a three game lead over the bills in the afc east. and ryan conceded the division to the pass after the loss to new england. that is not the kind of talk that bill belichick likes to hear. he likes the record but is known to say you do not win anything with just seven wins. so a lot of work ahead. and sunday night, they are glow--seahawks. >> you know, we have been really lucky this year to be relatively healthy. so hopefully we can continue to do that this week. and you know, hopefully we can continue to play well. >> the best thing here, we try to figure out the staff and players. the coaching staff comes to us and we talk about what has not
do from both sides. so the bye week is a good chance too move forward--chance to move forward. >> and patriots game day starts right here at 11:30 a.m. and then steve burton goes one on one with kris long. here is look at that. >> i mean, that is you put, you know, all of that hay is in the barn, you know, we work hard for march that is what makes all of that grind, whether it counts on the field or not, all of that stuff matters and then the games early in the season and the games now and next week and the week after that, that all leads to playing really, really meaningful games at the end. onto college, bc and louisville cardinals have the best player in college football in lamar jackson.
yesterday, he got all seven of his teams touchdowns. jackson threw for four touchdowns and also ran for 179- yards and and three more scores, on the ground--on the ground as bc got beat i will louisville, 52-7 was the final. just a great performance. and harvard improved to 7-1 yesterday with a 28-21 win over columbia. and u mass foal troy. high school action, andover had a big win on saturday. and the pap ton field hockey team, later on today, they are going to meet mi t. i am dan roche, west sports. thank you, dan. still to come this morning, a parade preview, we will show you how organizers in new york city are preparing for the annual thanksgiving day parade. we are only about five days into the new month of november.
so the mean temperature for the month, 2.2-degrees above average. so that leads us to the trivia for that hour. let's see what it is and so far, the only month in 2016 with a below average mean temperature is what month? was it february we had below afternoon? was it april? june, or--average? was it
april, june, or october? the answer and a look ahead copping up. i will--cominup minutes. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
ly 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 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.
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welcome back. we are crust a few weeks away from--we are just a few weeks away from the big thanksgiving 35 pa raid in new york city and the huge balloons are not easy to control. hundredsof volunteers train throughout the year, believe it or to the. and we and we look at how things went yesterday. >> reporter: it takes military like precision and hundreds of excited volunteers to fly the giant balloons that are the centerpieces of the macy's thanks giving day--thanksgiving day parade. and now michael is a pilot, after ten years of volunteering, supervising those assigned to the back of the new dairy of a whip my kid balloon.
daughter and three sons. >> you do not necessarily want to be the one to instruct them so, it is a challenge for more. >> reporter: and there are two new other giant balloons. and two smaller balloons, the first character balloon. >> what we have done is have never had them in the what pa raid before be. >> reporter: there are as many as 70 handlers assigned--them in the parade before. >> reporter: there are as more as 70 handlers assigned to each balloon. >> keep them at your waist. >> reporter: but this family is hooked. >> it is amazing. different than what i thought. it is awesome. >> reporter: and they hope it is more awesome come
all right, that looks fun. 5:49 a.m. and barry burbank is here this morning, drizzling but mild out today. >> yes, compare today yesterday morning, it is different. yes, so not bad at all. above average temperatures and not going to actually rise that much today, kerry, we are starting out warmer than yesterday, we are actually cooler than yesterday was. >> oh, really, so weird. >> it is just a flip-flop. >> oh, yes, let's flops. >> and now to the weather bug network, lexington, the high school there, it is 44 this morning. let's go to lynnfield, the middle school, where it is 42. and down into lakeville, it is 45 this morning. so mild compare today yesterday morning, with a temperature change of 10-22-degrees higher this morning in some areas than it was yesterday morning. some areas were down in the lower 20s yesterday morning.
washington observatory this morning. some heavy snow there yesterday and they were looking at cloudy weather there this morning and we are in the 40s and 0s across the north east. in canada, we have teen there is and then we look up here in baker lake, hi, folks, how it is going up there? it is cold up there at baker lake, yesterday, down in the single digits. but our air is coming from there, at least for now, but it is then going to get warmer here, the week is on election day. so high temperature today, 50 to 51 in most spots. it is not going warm up that much. but look at the rest of the nation, just like we had yesterday, 60s and 70s, lower # 0s near the gulf coast and it looks like the 60s are coming our way for election day. high pressure is still in control. a few showers in the west and our own showers here as we talked about this is coming through. actually, it was a little more
-productive than i expected. this morning, i drove through heavy rain briefly, and there has been some lightning. you can see the flashing dots down here. there was a little bit of lightning in central massachusetts when i came to work around 2:30 a.m. this morning. so we are looking at the clouds, a lot of them are breaking up from time to time. but more clouds than sunshine today through this morning. watcher for some scattered showers breakerring out ag this afternoon near and over southeastern massachusetts while it is sunnier in central and western massachusetts going through the day. and then this band of clouds is aning over the cape--is hanging over the cape much of the night. so, kind of change, we will get rid of the the clouds tomorrow morning in the cape. the rest of the area is seeing the sunshine. so let's checkout the high temperatures for today. around 50-51-degrees should do it in most spots for a high. the wind is gustier this afternoon, low temperatures
and 40s on cape cod and high temperatures tomorrow, about the say as today. and--about the same as today. and then 64 for election day. should be a nice, mild day to get out to the polls. some showers are here on wednesday. windy in the afternoon a nice day on thursday, clouds are here on the cape. similar to what is happening tomorrow. windy on friday, but a cold front is conning through and it is getting really cold. next weekend, arctic blast, sort of, with a 38-de next saturday. 38, that is all, with snow showers. okay, the trivia for this hour: and soar pa, the only- -so far, the only month in 2016 with a below average mean temperature, only one month. was it february, april, june, or october, that we just had? >> i am going with june. >> the answer is it was april. >> april. >> i almost went with april.
every single other month has been above afternoon. it has been a warm year. >> april is always such a funny month. >> it is funny. so barry, you better be paying attention. >> i always do. >> yes, but the subject of the next story could be gunning for your job. how this forecasting fish is e planing the weather. --is explaining the weather. stay with us. ready to head out when others head home.
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what is the weather? >> currently, in cambridge, it is 45-degrees with showers. tonight, you can look for rainy weather. >> wow. barry, this is alex is a, watch out, a teacher at the rhode modified his amazon ebbing doe work with his big mouth billy bass. the bass turns its head and responds. that is rhett pretty creative. the video has since--that is pretty creative, the video has since gone viral. do not forget to put the the clocks back one hour. we will back in two. we are glad you are waking to
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