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studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kate merrill. >>and i'm chris mckinnon. donald trump elected the next president of the united states. >>i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans. >>more from trump's victory speech this morning and hillary clinton's response. we're live in new york city with the latest. >>the new neither side conceding. we're live in manchester with what both candidates are saying. marijuana voted yes. we have reaction. >>we have a lot of results to get to you but first we want to look at our forecast. chris, kate, temperatures not as cold as yesterday. most of us in the 30s and 40s right now, 50 in worcester. chilly but not the 20s we had
showers. a lot of that activity is going to fall apart as it comes over southern new england. there may be spotty showers toller midafternoon, little if any rainfall, nothing substantial today. scattered showers for your commute this evening, and a few showers will linger on the cape until 8:00 or 8:00 tonight. 57 by lunchtime and we'll top out in the 50s to low 60s with a shower possible for the ride home. temperature right around 53 degrees. let's get you on the roads. danielle, the earlier crash on 128 in dedham has cleared. it is causing some delays northbound. meanwhile 24 is just bogged down from brockton up to 128 and no surprise here, split is crawling all the way up to columbia road. just 22 minutes from the split for the to the pike, so not too bad. traffic is slow on 93 and over
wooburn. breaking news trump has won. >>for shows who have -- those who have chosen not to support me, of which there were a few people, i'm reaching to you for your guidance and help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >>donald trump is president-elect of the united states. vowing to be president for all americans as he addressed supporters just before 3:00 thmo race, but in the end trump won the majority of battleground states. >>hillary clinton did call donald trump to concede the race early this morning. we have live coverage of the election. nicole jacobs is covering the still undecided new hampshire senate race. anna meiler has trump's reaction in boston. liam is live first. >> reporter: kate and chris, good morning to you. hillary clinton called donald trump just
he won with a sweep of blue-collar rural counties in pennsylvania and wisconsin, a race -- erasing clinton's firewall and making him the 45th president of the united states. president-elect donald trump emerged on stage at his headquarters in new york cheered by crowds of supporters. >>it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> reporter: the republican nominee divide expectations tuesday racking up crucial victories in florida, north carolina, and ohio, among others. >>i have not met a single person yet who doesn't feel like i do. >> reporter: earlier hillary clinton calling trump to concede the race. >>she congratulated us. it's about us, on our victory, and i congratulated her and her family
campaign. >> reporter: clinton's campaign chairman addressed crowds of supporters gathered at her headquarters. >>i want every person across the country who supported hillary to know that your voices and your enthusiasm means so much to her. >> reporter: despite wins in virginia, colorado, and nevada, the nominee failed to carry many of the battleground states president obama won back in 2012. many of see a clinton victory rally left in tears. as the results trickled in demonstrators gathered outside the white house awaiting an end to a bitter presidential contest. paul ryan, who was critical of trump's campaign, called to congratulate him on a big night. donald trump will be sworn in january 20th in washington, d.c. and when he takes office his party will maintain control of the house and senate.
for justice ski a and take a -- scalia. it is a republican sweep. live in new york city, wbz this morning. the election results rattling the stock markets around the world. looking to be a bad day for u.s. markets. futures are down more than 300 points right now and the dollar has plunged against other currency. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange. we'll have a live report in 10 the election results sparking protests in california. a car hit a protester on the highway there. that person was seriously hurt. about 50 protesters gathered outside twitter's headquarters in san francisco where the gop gathered to watch the returns, a crowd disbursing in oakland. boston police are on alert for any possible unrest in our area. anna meiler is live with how
there. >> reporter: chris, police say they don't expect problems in the area but they would rather be safe than area. the commissioner says election day went smoothly with long lines, but everyone was polite and respectful, no pushing, shoving, and no yelling. this has ban contentious bitter race ending with a shocking upset. hillary clinton won the state of massachusetts, but donald trump will be america's 45th presen commissioner evans says the department is prepared for any kind of unrest or protests that may follow the results. >>we got a substantial number of officers hanging in there tonight until the election is decide should there be any incident. we're ready, and we don't anticipate anything. but better to be ready than not. >> reporter: trump striking a calm, even tone in his victory speech early this morning calling for unity, peace, and
election. >>i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans, and this is so more than to me. i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> reporter: again, boston police not expecting any problems in this area but keeping extra officers on standby just in case. reporting live morning. >>the republicans have held onto control of the senate. it was the victory of pat toumey that tipped the balance in the republican party's favor. neither candidate met the 50% minimum, which means there will be a run-off in december. kelly ayotte has a small lead over democrat maggie hassan with 93%
nicole jacobs is live in manchester with reaction from both candidates. nicole, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, kate. not all the votes have been counted. roughly 93% of precincts reporting at this time and many see kelly ayotte and maggie hassan in a dead heat this morning. senator kelly ayotte is trying to hold onto her seat but it has not been easy for her. headquarters very early this morning feeling confident. >>we're very upbeat about where the race is, but we will not know tonight, we believe, what the outcome is. and i believe strongly in the fact that we want to have every vote in in this race before we come out and really talk to you about a victory here.
maggie hassan is trying to unseat ayotte, and ayotte's incumbent popularity has made an uphill battle for hassan. >>there are still votes to count in a lot of small towns, and we're confident we're going to maintain our lead when every vote is in [ cheering ] >> reporter: still 7 precincts to report this morning, but we are keeping a close eye on has already become a republican majority senate in washington as for the house as well. we'll continue to keep you updated with new developments as we get them. that's the very latest from manchester, nicole jacobs wbz this morning. we also want to give you the results of ballot questions in massachusetts. voters saying no to question 1 which would have
close either. voters saying no to the expansion of chatter schools. 26 -- 62% voting against. it will be illegal for farms to confine pens, hens, and calves. they will have to have room to lie down and turn around passing 78%. and marijuana getting the nod as well, we should know recreational marijuana isn't legal ye until december 15th and the shops won't open until 2018. 6:10 now. coming up, what does a trump presidency mean for your wallet. >>the markets tumbling. we'll have a live report from the new york stock change. a murder overnight and a search for the suspect. a warning from police after an inmate escaped in lawrence. temperatures in the 30s
we'll have a few showers and a lot of clouds around later. recess in the 50s, the bus ride home in the 50s today. i'll time out the showers hour-by-hour. we had a great visit at the lincoln community school in quincy. 3rd graders there, an excellent group of engaging, enthusiasm group of bright students who planted a garden last spring and were able to eat carrots, last
. breaking news donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states of america. trump won several battleground states including pennsylvania, in an early-morning speech he said clinton called him to congratulate him on the win. he ended his speech promising to be the president for all americans. his chairman addressed the crowd promising we'd hear more from clinton's camp this morning. we'll take a look at that forecast. >>temperatures for most of us in the 30s and 40s right now, no 20s on the map. it is
in boston. we've got 30s from southern new hampshire stretching back into metro west, 32 in concord, 34 in nashua, 35 in norwood. and some 30s on the cape and islands as well including the vineyards. fal muth at 39, 37 in hyannis. chatham hitting in the mid 40s. there will be a that give way to a little bit of sunshine this morning, but the clouds will rule today, and they come out ahead of showers that are kind of falling apart a little bit as they come into eastern new york. so i'm not anticipating a ton of rainfall today. little if any substantial rain for all of us. in fact, most of the morning to midday is dry. here the map at about 1:00. a few showers north of boston, maybe one or two south of the city. not a lot of green showing up on the map.
may be a spotty shower around for your evening communicate and then by 8:00 or 9:00 there may be some showers in the cape and islands. 58 for a high in boston today, upper 50s north and west of town, low 60s when you get south of the city, so not adds warm as yesterday but still an above-average day overall. tonight will be partly cloudy, 38 downtown, so a little cooler than this morning. it could be worse. 30 to 36 in the will be active out of the northwest 10 to 20 miles an hour dragging in cold air for tomorrow. the wind will shift around late in the day to blow out of the southwest. veterans' day looks chilly to end the week and that will be the start of the weekend. only in the 40s saturday, and with the wind factored in, the real feel is going to be running in the 30s. notice the weekend is dry, though. sunday we make a rebound. nice fall day overall, so i'm going to call that the pick of the weekend.
pats play sunday night 8:30. kick-off looks good, quiet, dry, and temperatures will be running in the low to mid 40s. monday and tuesday looks quiet, temperatures around 60. danielle, we have a second deer versus car crash this morning on route 2 in lexington before exit 54. just pay extra attention out there. this is the second deer-related crash this morning. expressways crawling from the split up to columbia road. right now it's about 25 minutes from braintree up to the mass. pike. chris and kate. >>thank you very much. donald trump is president-elect of the united states. >>and the news is rattling global and financial markets and the u.s. market. jill wagner joins us on the new york stock change this morning with today's money watch and the fall-out from the election. jill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning chris and kate. donald trump's
surround a trump presidency is shocking the financial markets. overseas we're seeing global markets selling off, asian and european markets tumbled at one point today here in the u.s. dow futures reporting an 800 point drop at the open. they have since recovered a great deal especially after hillary clinton conceded. markets do not like uncertainty. there are a lot of question marks surrounding donald trump's economic positions. he said he wants to revamp tax code, u.s. he's been critical of the fed. there's been certain the u.s. could withdraw from some trade agreements. there are fears that a trump presidency would mean less trade with mexico. we'll have flor trump's victory speech. and new hampshire has elected a new governor, the race called overnight. and we're following other news this morning, harvard taking action over new
. breaking news this morning donald trump is the next president of the united states. >>just before 3:00 this morning cbs reported hillary clinton called donald trump to concede the race. trump had the lead most of the night but the race states started going for trump. >>america will no longer settle for anything less than the best [ cheering ] >>we must reclaim our country's destiny and dream big and cold and daring. >>voters didn't see much of hillary clinton last night. she tweeted early in the night saying "whatever happens, thank you for everything." her
breaking news, overnight police investigating a murder where a 30-year-old man was shot on savannah avenue just before 11 last night. the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. no information has been released on a suspect or motive. anyone with information should call boston police. a salem police officer who was married to the police chief is charged with rape and due in court today. brian butler was arrested last night. no details on the allegations, but police say he's being charged with one t indecent assault and battery. he's on paid administrative leave being held on $25,000 bail. an inmate escaped in lawrence and this morning police are searching for 24-year-old robert reedy. officials say he walked away from the lawrence correctional alternative center yesterday, a minimum security facility that helps low-level oftenners become product of members of society. he is wanted on drug-possession charges. call police if you see
cod bay. their boat did not return from a fishing trip yesterday and their truck and trailer are still parked at the marina. the coast guard is using boats and air patrols in the search. at the same time still no sign of a man knocked into the water by a wave. he and another man were fishing in gloucester yesterday when the wave hit. the other man called 911. the missing span in his 30s from the boston area -- the man is in his 30s from the boston area. the tufts daily is reporting 40 to 45 women dropped out of a sorority after the former president who also quit says she was told by the national organization that she should not extend a bid to a trans gender re-cruelty. a report about the harvard men's cross country team that rated the appearance of women on the cross country team will be
athletic director says he's asking the school's lawyers to look into the document. harvard recently cancelled the men's soccer season after finding out they created a document with sexually explicit comments about the women's soccer team. this morning the faa is investigating be a you will -- an ult light plane crash. the 5-year-old -- the 55-year-old man was taking off and crashed, the pilot made to shore but needed help life, anybody moving around the airplane at all, so we put on the cold-water rescue suit and i just went in and started to swim towards the airplane to see if there was something we could do. >>we loaded him up into the canoe, and made him as comfortable as possible and got him back to the shore. >>the pilot is recovering this morning, and he is expected to survive. why the plane crashed is still under investigation. lots more in our next half hour. we're following the
, >>ours was not a campaign but, rather, an incredible and great movement. breaking right now at 6:30 donald trump elected the next president of the united states. hillary clinton calling to concede. we're live in new york with a closer the results. >>trump's win sparking protests. the senate race still too close to call. we're live with what both candidates are saying. live from the channel 4 studios in boston. this is wbz news this morning. good morning to you. 6:30 right now on wednesday this morning. i'm chris mckinnon. >>and i'm kate merrill. if you liked yesterday, sorry to say the weather is change.
it's not adds -- as cold this morning. temperatures in the 30s and 40s as opposed to 20s yesterday. 50s in worcester right now. just shy that have in boston. we are 35 in norwood, 34 in taunt en and 37 in hyannis. the clouds will be on the increase, but a little deceiving. we're seeing peaks of sunshine and a nice sunrise in a lot of communities. the clouds will thicken as temperatures climb into the 50s. a few spotty worcester county north and west of town through early afternoon there's not a ton of green showing up on the map. it will be mainly dry in a lot of spots through the afternoon. temperatures in the 50s for your evening commute with a few scattered showers generally light through 7:00 p.m. there'll be a few leftover ones towards the cape and the islands. by 10:00 most of it will be wrapping up. we'll take you through the weekend coming up. it has ban busy start,
the connector. on 93 south you will hit traffic in andover into downtown boston. there is an accident on route 2 between a car and a deer, the second one of the morning a lot exit 54. it hasn't cleared yet. route 3 south through lowell is also slow right now. thank you. breaking news donald trump set to become the 45th president of the united states winning big in most battleground states. trump also won was very close. he got 47.6% of the vote. hillary clinton got 47.5% of the vote, about 9,000 votes operating -- operate separating them. >>clint called trump to concede the race. liam martin is live with the latest from that area, liam. >> reporter: chris and kate, good morning. donald trump took the stage here in new york just before 3:00 this morning to a crowd that had been waiting for
thing he said was "sorry to keep you waiting. i had some complicated business to take care of"what he was waiting for was the final results coming in. he won by some thin margins in pennsylvania and wisconsin. hillary clinton called donald trump to concede the race. he then took the stage and told the crowd that the country owes a debt of service to hillary clinton for her career of service. >>hillary has worked very ng and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country ?[music]? >>i mean that were sincerely. -- i mean that very is a searle. >> reporter: her campaign manager took the stage briefly here in new york. she also had her event her last night. he thanked the supporters and said they wanted to wait for all of
before clinton addressed anyone publicly. and with just those 2,000 votes separating donald trump and hillary clinton in the popular it's possible as the votes continue to come in that we could have a scenario like 2000 where al gore won the popular vote and lost the electoral college. for now riff in new york, i'm liam martin wbz this morning. voters at ar alma mater couldn't hold back tears as the night wore on. wellesley invited storefronts all over the country to watch the return -- invited supporters from all over the country to watch the return. >>i think there's going to be some fairly immediate political impact certainly. the democratic party has got to reassess a lot of the
over the last three or four decades, particularly the emphasis on identity politics where you take groups who define themselves by racial, ethnic, or sexual identity, hone in on their issues and excite them to support you and oppose the other party. well donald trump just proved two can play at that game and the extent of the white vote that came out, there's no other way to describe it, was really the deciding factor in this race, although it should be african-american and latino voters than mitt romney did fours years ago. after everything was settled, the insults, all the episodes, that is something i think political pundits are going to be taking a close look at. >>massachusetts voters also had 4 ballot questions, two of which were very contentious. >>the mass. teachers association
exploiting that aggressively and won an overwhelming victory to continue to cap the number of charter schools in our inner cities. the problems that prompted the pressure to lift the cap remain, so in a sense, the onus is now back on them to make more progress on raising test scores and at least equaling some of the achievements that charter schools have racked up over the question h the marijuana legal asian -- legalization, we were one of a number of states that went that route. it didn't surprise me because of the nature of massachusetts. it's a baby boomer dominated political culture and marijuana is sort of a common thing within the baby boom generation. all of the colleges are here and so forth. so we'll see what happens. we
much or more than any other -- grappalling as much or more than any other state. it can be a gateway drug. were they right? i think we're about to find out. >>going back to charter schools, this was a referendum on charlie baker. what does it say about him and his role as governor. >>in part it was definitely a referendum on him. a staunch opponent along with other religious figures of question 4, so he suffered a double loss last night. and add in a third factor for him to ponder. he was one of the earliest prominent republicans to say never trump and he stayed true to that word right up through blanking the presidential race. now trump is the president-elect. it's a republican-controlled congress.
funding, research grants, and so forth. that's a relationship he's going to have to fix. >>a rough morning for the governor, indeed. john, thank you for coming in this morning. and the results of the election having an impact all over the world this morning. russian a's president has sent a telegram of congratulations to donald trump. the country's leadership tells the new york times it'll work with the new administration to make sure the deal moves forward. breaking overnight the election results sparking protests in california. a car hit a protester on a highway. the person is seriously hurt. about 50 protesters gathered outside twitter's headquarters in san francisco where the gop gathered to watch returns. a crowd is disbursing in oakland after protesters set fires there. boston police are on alert right now for possible unrest in our area. anna meiler
good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kate. boston police say they aren't expecting any problems in this area, but they would rather be safe than sorry. commissioner evans says the election day it self went smoothly. there were long lines at the polls yesterday with voters waiting for hours to cast ballots. but evans says everyone was polite and respectful, no pushing, shoving, and no yelling. this has been a contentious race finally coming to a close with a shocking upset. commissioner evans says the department prepared for any incidents that may happen. >>we've got a substantial number of officers that are going to hang in there tonight until this election is decided, should there be any incident. we're ready. we don't anticipate anything, but better to be ready than not. >> reporter: in donald trump's early-morning victory speech he struck a very different phone his campaign calmly calling for
calling for peace and unity. reporting live from boston, anna meiler, wbz this morning. and the balance of power won't change in the senate. republicans holding on to a thin advantage. new hampshire's senate race is still too close to call. kelly ayotte with a small lead over maggie hassan, both with 48% of the vote. let's get to wbz nico from both candidates. >> reporter: chris, even at this hour, the race is too close to call. both sides went home early this morning still feeling very confident. kelly ayotte is trying to keep her republican senate seat while maggie hassan is trying to give new hampshire democratic representation in washington. both women have been governors of new hampshire, and both have had relatively
point roughly 93% of precincts are reporting, and there are still more votes to count. >>there are still votes to count in a lot of small towns, and we're confident we're going to maintain our lead when every vote is in. >>we're very upbeat about where the race is, but we will not know tonight, we believe, what the outcome is, and i believe strongly in the fact that we want to this race before we come out and really talk to you. >> reporter: at this point kelly ayotte has a small lead over hassan of about 1500 votes. 7 precincts have yet to report. we're live in new hampshire, nicole jacobs, witnesses this morning. also in new hampshire -- wbz this morning. also in new hampshire, chris
from the democrat. he had served three terms on the state's executive council. just ahead this morning if you just heard the recreational marijuana is about to become legal in massachusetts. >>we have reaction to the decision from the mayor and the police commissioner. during the campaign many americans threatened to move to canada if donald trump was elected. that appears to show many are actually following through good morning, kate. i'm track something wet weather today, a few light showers through western new england and eastern new york. i'll time out when they'll arrive and when they'll be out of here. plus we'll take you through the upcoming weekend when we come back.
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week. that chill is going to stay in the air saturday. temperatures will be in the mid 40s but a wind chill, the real feel will be running in the 30s to start the weekend. 50 degrees in worcester right now. 32 in concord, mid 30s from bedford to norwood to taunt en and then upper 30s on the cape hyannis to the vineyard. clouds look a little bit worse than they actually are. we've had some thin spots making a nice sunrise this morning, pinks and reds in the sky. we have a couple of showers starting to come into southern vermont and southwest new hampshire from the u.s. side of keene, halifax, vermont, into dover, for most of us from the western part of the state through connecticut late morning, shower or two, route 2 corridor through the mere mac
not a ton of green knowing up in the map today. you may want to have an umbrella. 8 to 10:00 p.m. we will have some leftover pockets of rain from the south shore down to the cape. highs today 55 to 60, not quite as mild as yesterday but still above average today, around 50 in fits burg, the wind will shift out of the northwest later today, around 60 degrees from the south shore to the cape. partly cloudy, 38 tonight but 30 to 36 in the suburbs. the wind is going to stay active tonight about 10 to 20 miles per hour and it will be breezy and cooler overall tomorrow. 53 for a high tomorrow with sunshine and a few clouds mixed in and then on veterans' day we'll be in the upper 50s, but the wind is going to gust to 40 miles per hour, so it's going to be a windy day overall. mid 40s saturday, blustery and chilly start to the weekend. pick of the weekend looks to be sunday,
good, no weather-related issues and around 50 to start next week. we have a new accident happening on the expressway here in quincy blocking the shoulder at exit 9 heading northbound. it's causing serious back had been up to what was already there -- backup to what was already there. this is a live look at the eastbound plains brighten. -- brighton. th 45th president of the united states. trump won several key battleground states including pennsylvania, ohio, and florida. trump addressed a crowd in new york around 3:00 this morning telling them hillary clinton called him to concede the race and congratulate him on his win. trump ended his speech promising to be the president for all americans. >>to shows who -- trump just tweeted this "such a beautiful and important evening the
never be forgotten again." we want to give you the results of the 4 built questions here in massachusetts. >>voters saying no to question 1 which would have expanded lots in the state. 61 pr to 39%. >>question 2 wasn't close either no to the expansion of charter schools, 62%,. >>question 3 has passed, it's illegal for farms to confine pens, hens, and calves. they must have roo stand up, extend their limbs and turn around. it passed by 78% 123450 and marijuana got the nod from massachusetts voters as well, 46% said yes. voters went against top lawmakers who wanted to keep the substance banned. >>honestly, i'm troubled by it because there's really no test for impairment of being under the influence of marijuana if you're driving a vehicle, so i always worry about it. there's
alcohol. >>we're going to have a major problem with citing these and the legislature is going to have to act on some of the rules and we're going to have to back in the city council as far as zoning goes. >>the initiative put limitations on that, where the dispense ries can be located, 20% of that town's people think is reasonable. >>by the way, recreational marijuana is not legal yes. december 15th is is when it starts. 6:49 right now. following other news this morning, a salem police officer headed to court today charged with rate. a murder overnight. the search under way for a suspect.
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witnesses newsroom. charlie baker just released a statement on donald trump's win saying "it is my hope that president-elect works quickly to unit our country. our administration is eager to partner with the next administration to tackle the most pressing issues for our state and government." he said last week he would not be voting for either candidate. police investigating a
a 30-year-old man was shot last night. the victim was shot and was pronounced dead at the scene. no information has been released on a suspect or motive. anyone with information should call boston police. a salem police officer who's married to the police chief is charged with rape. brian butler was arrested just last night after 5:00. no details on the allegations, but police say he's being charged with one count of rape and one count of indecent assault and battery. he's on now and is being held on $25,000 bail. the coast guard is searching for three missing men in cape cod bay. their truck and trailer are still parked at the marina. the coast guard is using boat and air patrols in this search. at the same time there's no sign of a man knocked into the water by a wave. he and another man were fishing when the wave hit.
shore and called 911. 6:54 right now. >>let's check in now with gale king. good morning, gale. >>good morning to you, kate and chris. we are covering donald trump's stunning win from every angle. we'll take a look at what fueled his victory and why the polls got it wrong. and kelly ann conway joins us with what to from the presidency. we'll see -- what to expect from his president see. we'll see
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idea. he says "come on up." >>or go vote you're unhappy with it. just a couple of showers today. a lot of the afternoon is going to be dry in the upper 50s, breezy and cooler tomorrow, a little windy for veterans' day and a dry weekend. >>danielle, thank you. cbs this morning is coming up next on wbz. >>we'll see you back here in 25 minutes for a check
captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is wednesday, november 9th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump wins the presidency in one of the greatest upsets in election history. voters a political earthquake. trump campaign manager kellyanne conway will join us how they pulled it off. >> hillary clinton concedes but says nothing to her devastated spoirte supporters and expected to speak today. >> vladimir putin and the russian parliament are applauding donald trump's