tv WBZ This Morning CBS November 13, 2016 6:00am-9:00am EST
. right now it's 6:00. a developing story in dorchester as two men are shot, the search for the suspect this morning. more protests across the country following the presidential election. why protesters say they are taking it to the streets. a murder mystery in easton, what police are learning about the death of a 35-year-old man. live from the channel this morning. good morning, everybody. thanks so much for being with us on this sunday november 13th. i am kerry connolly
along with barry burbank standing by with a look at our weekend forecast. >>good morning to you, kerry. tonight's morning not as cold as yet. we've got temperatures in the low to middle 40s out there. there are a couple of exceptions as there almost
it looks like for the most part the cloud cover has been acting as a blanket overnight. we've had a breeze holding up as well. we showed you the cloudiness yesterday. there it is we started to see it show up late yesterday afternoon. this cloudiness should be thinning out, so we're going to turn out and have a nice sunny sunday. we'll get the sunshine later this morning when the cloudiness thins and we'll go up to 59. a nice breeze out of the west temperatures are a good 10 degrees higher than yesterday. how
about the next 7 days? i'll tell you in a few minutes. we are following a developing story. police are searching for a suspect who shot two men in dorchester killing one of them. wbz chan at a lands has the latest -- chante lands has the latest. >> reporter: police around aims
public housing complex, dpd confirms two people were shot saturday outside of building 51. one witness describes what he heard and saw. >>i heard gunshots. i looked out my window. i seen a u-haul truck go down the street, but it parked, but naturally if a car is going to park it parks in a parking space, so i feel it was a setup. rushed to the hospital, one has died. neighbors feel unsafe. >>for my daughter in the summer they can't play outside so much because the place outside is not so good. >> reporter: chante lands wbz news. in other news this morning hillary clinton is now casting blame on the fbi for her loss in
secretary clinton -- pointed out she was winning until the director reopened an investigation into her e-mails. he indicated 72 hours before the election that he found nothing worthy of prosecution in the e-mails. protesters took to the streets again saturday. film maker michael moore was there and police had to put up blockades to deal with crowds. this is president-elect donald trump's possible transition is being vetted. >>this is the portland police bureau. >> reporter: police were out in force to keep protesters from vandalizing cities out west from las angeles to new york, protesters marched for a 4th day against the election of president-elect donald trump.
sexist, not for the people. >> reporter: what do you say to people who say this is the way the system works and he won? >>i think it's time to change the system. >> reporter: the crowds ended up on trump's doorstep and stayed through the night. some of the protesters have been out here for hours. they say they want him to look out his window and see them and hear their voices. >>we're going to make sure you don't make drastic decisions. it's our future. >> reporter: also in the crowd a few trump >>give him a chance. >> reporter: in his first post-election interview trump told 60 minutes he owes the victory partly to speed. >>the fact that i have such power in terms of numbers with facebook, twitter, instagram, et cetera, i think it helped me win the race where they're spending much more money than i spent and i won. >> reporter: trump had no public events saturday but he tweeted
all americans, we will unite and win. roxanne a seberry cbs new york. >>he granted his first interview to cbs 60 minutes and clarifies his stance on repealing obamacare. >> reporter: let me ask you about obamacare which you say you're going to repeal and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? >>yes because it happens to be one of e >> reporter: you're going to keep that. >>also with the children living with their parents for an extend period we're going to very much try and keep that. it adds cost but it's very much something we're going to try and keep. >> reporter: there's going to be a period if you refeel and before you replace it when millions of people could lose? >>no. it'll be just fine. it's what i do. i do a good job. >>you'll be able to see the interview tonight on 60 minutes
7:00. police are working to identify a suspect in a new deadly hit-and-run in taunton. a car hit a man riding his bike in a crosswalk at the intersection of broadway and washington thursday. the man was hospitalized and died friday night of his injuries. police found the car, a 2010 gray toyota that they think hit him but are working to determine who was driving at the time. a murder mystery in easton. a 35-year-old man was found in the woods has died. police are trying to figure out who killed him and why. jim smith has the latest this morning. >> reporter: melanie and gary take their dog for a nightly walk in easton going by a popular wooded trail where a man was found shot last tuesday. now the man has died. >>the news is shocking. here it is now in this neighborhood, so you're kind of surprised to hear it. >> reporter: on tuesday police were out in force after
easton was found shot in the head only about 25 yards off the road. at the time police reported the discovery was made by some kids riding bikes. >>two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles down here. they went into the woods and found this gentleman. they called their mother who came down to the scene, confirmed there was a person here, and then called us. >> reporter: smith initially survived but died friday at the death as suspicious leaving the neighborhood uneasy. >>i feel really bad for the boys that found the man. that has to be really hard for them. >>it was a day off from school, election day, and they were out riding their bikes, as the kids in this town do. >> reporter: what a horrible discovery. >>i can't even imagine. >> reporter: state and local police are looking for the public's help specifically
sedan with florida license plate. they believe the vehicle might be connected to this case. in easton, jim smith, wbz news. state police are looking for a suspect this morning who shot a 16-year-old in mattapan. the teen was on a bike path off river street. he is expected to recover. two u mass. dartmouth students are in the hospital after a car accident saturday. a camry slammed into a utility poll near arcadia avenue. both stable condition. no charges have been filed at this point. a dozen people now looking fora place to live after a fire in methuen. firefighters were summoned to pleasant street saturday morning and found flames coming from the roof and windows. several people were treated for minor injuries. investigators still haven't pinpointed a cause. fenway park is being used in november but not for a baseball game. we'll explain why hundreds were running around
. more than 25,000 people are scaling the green monster running through bleachers and crossing a finish line at fenway park this weekend all to honor the sacrifice of gold star families. wbz's paul burton caught up with a mother and son using this event family members. >>come on, kelly. >> reporter: climb the rope, lift your legs, and run the stairs. theory bobbing subpart en race is -- the reebok subpart en race is taking place this weekend. >>you'll see people climbing on cargo nets, jumping ropes. >> reporter: in the midst is a gold star family, teresa simmons lost her husband while serving in afghanistan.
16-year-old daughter erin in a car accident. this weekend her 18-year-old son justin is competing both in his father and his sister's memory. >>through all the trials and trib litigations, we have -- tribulations we have had some special people in our corner to help us. >> reporter: she's talking about people who's mission is to embrace and empower surviving spouses of military families. >>this organization is because these athletes knows what it means to come upon an obstacle that they think is impossible but manage to overcome. >>it means a lot that they take special consideration and your fallen soldiers and bring you in kind of like your family and treat you you didn't care their family. >> reporter: prior to his father's death -- treat you like their family. >> reporter: prior to his
stopped. >>running in my dad's honor. ice something nice to honor him by. >> reporter: one step and one obstacle at a time. in boston i'm paul burton, wbz news. >>such a nice day. i love that story. it is 6:15 ro you and barry burbank is here. a calm, nice morning out there. >>it really is, warmer than yesterday, so we'll take it because we'll have mornings coming up this winter when it won't be calm. >>we will forget about that. let's talk about the good news. let's go to the b's for barry burbank. we'll go to a couple of boxes here. we'll go to boxford at the elementary school in northern massachusetts. 41 degrees there. let's go out west to box borrow at the blanchard school, 43 there this morning. let's check out north of boston in beverly at the school where it's 44.
morning after yesterday's highs in the upper 40s, 48 or 49 at several checkpoints. that was okay -- that was okay yesterday. we're looking at the temperature change over the last 24 hours being around 10 degrees give or take a little bit, a little lower to the south, more to the north. that means it's a warmer morning this morning than yesterday. there are a couple of exceptions like plymouth and taunton where there were some readings in the 30s. and actually it's older off to the southwest of 27 this morning, pittsburgh, 32, 37 in cleveland, 31 in roanoke, so down here the sky is clear. they're closer to the center of the high pressure center. we've got radiational cooling taking place. we've got a bit of a breeze and we've had cloud cover which has been rolling overnight as well. a lot of that will thin out this morning. you might be looking at a cloudy
this morning. and we'll have 58 degrees in some spots. a little cooler around atlanta where there's rain falling there right now, so they're underneath not high pressure, but they're close to the high pressure but the wave of low pressure will be developing and that's going to come up the coast and give us rain tuesday. here's the high a little bit to the south, so there goes over the high, it's a clockwise motion as you can see and the milder air is coming in. there's a lot of cloudiness which we expected this morning that will be thinning out. 1030 finances it thins outed pretty much -- 10:30 it thins out. the afternoon will be bright and sunny and beautiful, and that will be allowing the temperature to go up. it allows the coastal areas to warm up as well. we stay clear tonight to see the
sunshine just about all day along although some high clouds may start to come up before sun recess -- sunset. that'll be followed by rain sometime tuesday morning. high temperatures today upper 50s, 58 to almost 60. low temperatures tonight will be down into the 40s. around 40 in boston, but before we get to the overnight lows we have the big game tonight where the pats talk on kick-off. clear and on the cool side but not too much wind. there'll be a bit of a breeze. late night lows will be in the lower 30s. and 40 to 42 around the boston area. lower 60s tomorrow. the mild air will be kicking away the cold air. the mild air is coming in pushing the cold air out. but here comes the low up the coast giving us rain tuesday.
and become gusty. and that probably is going to cause the tides to be enhanced somewhat. they're already very big supermoon tides called king tides so there's going to be some coastal flooding, minor flooding and maybe a few pockets of moderate coastal flooding tuesday. and then we get into cooler weather the second half of the week and not as warm the second half of the week thought it was going to be yesterday, kerry. i'll tell you the reason for that next hour. >>oh boy, that's a tease. we're going to pout until then. thanks, barry. a new trend for smoking and it's bad news for tobacco companies. we'll explain what new milestone americans have hit when it comes to cigarettes. is it your birthday today? on this sunday november 13th, it's the birthday of criminal minds star joe monteno who's
and prevention reports cigarette smoking rates have hit an all-time low. researchers say the number of smokers dropped 15% between 2005 and 2015 from 45 million to just under 37 million americans. although the cdc is happy with fewer smokers, they say the antitobacco push needs to continue. nearly half of all cancers diagnosed are linked to tobacco use. the cdc says smoking rates are highest among in chicago and it's not john lester or theo epstein. we'll tell you about the new pad this polar bear has all to himself
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cubs are the toast of chicago, but the cubs are not the only fans celebrating in the windy city. meet the polar bear at the lincoln park zoo who just moved into his new digs, an 11,000 square foot habitat. and he has it all to himself until it opens to the public in five days. it looks like he's loving it. and the zoo is hoping to add a female polar bear later this year. that'll be top for him. it is a super bowl 49 rematch and if it goes the same way as last time, that's good news for the patriots. we'll break down everything you need to know for tonight's big game. 6:27. start making the nachos, got get ready for the big game. gillette stadium quiet but lit up in green in honor of our veterans. big game tonight at
right now it's 6:30. pipeline protests in north dakota continue with the new president-elect could mean for the continuation of the project. off the coast of boston harbor, why two people had to be rescued. one of decades, the supermoon lighting up the sky, and we'll show you a new exhibit dedicated to the moon. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. the beautiful supermoon, good morning everybody. it is november 13th. i'm kerry connolly. thanks for joining us. barry burbank's standing by. we couldn't see the moon this morning, barry, because it's cloudy. but when the moon
>>i knew you were going for that one. she needs breakfast. hi, everybody. 46 degrees in boston right now. we have a mile morning and it is cloudy for the most part. in some places the cloud cover is thinner than others, but certainly not unexpected because we knew that was going to come down last night, and we were talking about that yesterday morning. 42 right now in fox borrow. it's cloudy right now getting ready for tonight's game. it's going to be clear with a big moon over foxboro tonight for sure. even though it's starting cloudy it is going to be sunny by late morning. we have to go over the transition period over the next few hours. the afternoon high will be around 59, a nice breeze out of the west at 10 to 20 miles an hour. i'll fee you in a few minutes with the rest of my forecast, kerry. >>thank you so much. one person has died and
the gunman. someone opened fire on aims street yesterday evening near the franklin field public housing complex. witnesses heard more than a dozen shots. both victims are men in their 20s whose names have not been released. protests against the election of donald trump don't show any signs of ending and now the president-elect is turning to social media to restore order. mr. trump tweeted gladly this "will prove to be a great time will prove to be a gait time for all americans." a 35-year-old man from easton has died of gunshot wounds. he was shot in the head and was found in the woods by two boys riding their bikes. investigators are treating his death suspicious. they're looking for a red mazda with florida license plate. hundreds of protesters are gone after blocking a
dakota. about 500 protesters disbursed after linking arms to block the entrance. more than 200 members of native american tribes are have been camped out near the -- have been camped out near the site since august. protesters are concerned about environmental damage. mark al ert -- albert reports about the pipeline. >>we will get this easement and complete our project. >> po partner's ceo is confident a donald trump presidency means his company's dakota access pipeline will be completed. once he takes over january 20th, what are the prospects? >>100% that the easement gets granted and the pipeline gets built. >> reporter: the president- elect has minor holdings in warren's company and warren donated $103,000 to trump's campaign. >>have you spoken to donald trump about the pipeline?
in you. >>well i wish him well. >> reporter: thousands of demonstrators in north dakota have been camped out near several pipeline construction sites which at times have turned violate and led to over 400 arrests. native americans and environmentalists say the pipeline could threaten the water supply of millions and disrespects sacred land. warren told us it will make oil cheaper to transport and create jobs. it doesn't help the united states if it leaks, the people who live downstream. >>i'm not going to win that argument with you. i think the chances are extremely remote. >> reporter: the company says it's taking every precaution to make the pipeline safe and its employees have facing death threats. >>our people have been under attack. i hope your parents and your children burn in hell. >> reporter: when finished the pipeline will be more than
norther -- shortedder than the pipeline president obama rejected in 2015. trump has yet to speak about the pipeline but said this about keystone last month. >>we're going to allow the keystone pipeline and so many other things to move forward. >> reporter: you think all the protesters are going to go away once you're done? >>absolutely. what is there to protest? >> reporter: they are determined to stop your project. >>they will not stop your project. -- they will not stop our project. >> reer not respond to our request for comment. warren told us the company wants to reimburse the state for the millions they have spent on the protests and security, but authorities have not yet accepted his offer. mark albert, cbs news, dallas. >>a daring rescue all caught on camera in boston harbor. the coast guard used a helicopter to rescue two people from a sailboat that ran aground. originally the coast guard was
became urgent when the winds kicked up. the bruins and the celtic on the road this weekend. but tonight the patriots take the field against the seahawks, levin reid will wrap it up for you in sports but first barry. >>tonight's the night. we've got the big game coming up, but we also have a supermoon tonight, and the moon is actually 30,000 miles clos orbit around the earth. we'll have the trivia now and we're going to be seeing the answer to that in a few minutes. but i'll give you the trivia. which one is false about tomorrow's supermoon? it's caused by a perigee? closest to the earth
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the best teams every year. the seahawks won super bowl 48 by destroying the broncos. they were looking to repeat in super bowl 49 against the patriots. i think we know how that ended. it has become known as the malcolm butler play. the butler did it. interception sealed the deal for the patriots in super bowl 49. seahawks coach pete carroll took a lot of he'd like some redemption tonight. >>they're the top team in the league right now. they're healthy and rolling and all that. it's a great match-up opportunity for us. this is a great opportunity to go on the road when they're coming off a bye, they're ready to go and all that and see where we fit with this team. if we should be so fortunate to get a chance to play them later on, that would be awesome. >>pete carroll already looking
super bowl 51. 87 sat down with our steve burton for a one-on-one for today's patriots game day. >>we have shadow next -- we have seattle next and they're dangerous. how do you match up against seattle? >>it's going to be a tough game. seattle has been tough over the last few years. their defense has been together for quite some time now. they know how to play together they're hard hitters. they've got some big players that play just like us that don't want to take any attitude and come down and we'll smack you. we've got to be ready mentally and physically. >>be sure to tune in today at 11:30 right here on wbz. you can see the rest that have one-on-one. and after that pats game turn right here for the 5th quarter post game show.
make his season debut tonight. but chris hogan is having issues with his back. he's listed as questionable for tonight's game with the seahawks. the bruins and celtics were both in action last night. the b's were in arizona and the c's were in indiana. they were hoping to have al horford back. that didn't happen. they were trying to make it 2 in w boston down 10, shots started. nice. and then kelly oleinic starts to heat up eating the trifecta twice. 3rd quarter the c's start to pull away.
4th quarter with larry bird watching. he puts this one away. thomas makes for 23. celtics beat indiana 105 to 99. the bruins taking on the coyotes. 8-1 in those games, scoreless in the second period. check out big z, second goal of the year >>time to start off the road trip on a good note, a drive here and he scores. from the top of the right wing sickle set up by marshan. that's the 10th goal of the season and he's scored in every road game so for. >>bruins would hang on and win 2-1. let's get you to your riddle. how many bricks does it
building? that's sports this morning. i'm levan reid with wbz sports. >>think about that for a a little bit. to complete it how many does it take? it is a celestial happening. we are being treated to the biggest and brightest full moon of the year, the so-called supermoon, the closest the moon has come to earth in almost 7 decades monday. the moon was fascinated us since hu predictable. a new exhibit on the north shore is dedicated just to the moon. take a look. >> reporter: lunar attraction opened october 15th at the peabody museum, but why this particular exhibit? >>to explore the idea of the moon and our connection both as a physical body but also as an inspiration for artists. >> reporter: the curator graciously showed me around the different sections, local
moon rock. >>this is the earth's partner section, and we're really looking at the moon as a physical body here, the backside of the moon. this is an image. we never get to see this side of the moon. >> reporter: it's not just pictures and paintings and talking about the moon. you can actually interact. >>yes. there's 3-d images. >> reporter: one large display caught my eye immediately. >>this is very interesting. i would definitely want you to spend a me because here we're getting to see a visible evidence of how the moon influences our planet every day. the artist is representing the tidal cycle. it's following a lunar month. you get to see how much the water level goes up and then down. us as humans from our earliest days have always been trying to figure things out and then came this notion of, wow, what if we could go there.
at the moon, you can see our past of landing on the moon, the present time, and the future of maybe living there. pamela gardner, wbz news. >>that's at the peabody essex museum until september of 2017. we have plenty of time to get there. it looks fascinating. >>i'm going to see that no question about that. >>me too. >>let's go right now, okay? >>we need to talk weather for our weekend. what are we thinking for the tonight. >>we're thinking good thoughts. the game is going to be fine. go pats. the weather will cooperate. >>it's going to be nice. >>it should be just great. let's go to the ... >>let's go to the news. we've got the news right now. >>oh you mean the weather bug network. let's go to the nut en at the -- newton, 42 there.
the new bedford airport 42. we've got level 42 here and we've got upper 40s for highs yesterday so right on target. today should be a solid 10 higher than that. this morning we're a so i would 10 higher than yesterday. we're off to a good start this morning, but we have the cloud cover and it is rather overcast in many locations, partly cloudy in some sp it's colder to the southwest down here. in the 20s underneath that dome of high pressure where it's clear. the clouds will thin out and we'll see highs in the upper 50s today, maybe almost 60 in some spots. much of the country is mostly in the upper 50s to middle 60s until you get down to the gulf coast. it's going to be 55 in atlanta today where it's raining. there's a wave of low pressure and that's a system
mild air coming over the top of the high pressure and it's going to be milder tomorrow leading that mild air in we have cloud cover, but it's going to be clear tonight for the game. about 46 at kick-off and it's going to be on the cool side. we see this cloudiness which is over us now that'll be thinning with time. by late morning most of the region will be into a bright sunny situation and the afternoon highs will be in the upper 50s. so we're going to be seeing mostly lower 60s coming up tomorrow. the cold air is retreating into canada. here comes the wave of low pressure up the coast. the jet stream pattern is going to take on a great deal of amplitude here. so the storm's offshore, so we only get rain tuesday. it will be accompanied by northeast wind offshore which will enhance the king tide due to the supermoon. we'll probably have
will have a flood watch issued later today or tomorrow. and just cool weather the weekend of the week. here's the trivia. which is false about tomorrow's supermoon? caused by an astronomical situation perry gee? can appear 14% bigger? can lead to a total lunar eclipse. >>this is hard, barry. they all let's go with c. >>and the answer is d. >>really? >>in this case it will not lead to a total lunar eclipse, but it can appear to be 14% bigger only because you compare this moon, have the moon, to what can he -- the supermoon to a micromoon. the difference between the moon being farthest away to a full
the big sister organization has a profound impact on a lot of young women and last night they came together to celebrate their efforts. the group held a gala at the museum of fine arts. the mayor was the honoree. many little and big sisters attended. mayor walsh was honored with the believe in girls award. well 41 days left until christmas, since it's just around the corner, we've got holiday spirit. we'll tell you about it coming up, but first barry has his weather watchers. >>they're all saying we've got some cool weather out there this morning but not as cold as yesterday morning. they're all waiting for the sun to appear. let's check out a few of the numbers right now. they go like this. we've got reading mostly in the 40s right now, a few you were a 30s and 44 and weymouth is 37 and down in plymouth denise says it's 41
. welcome back the do you want down is on. we're under a week away from the holiday spectacular featuring this beautiful 85-foot norway spruce. the tree and nathaniel hall marketplace will be transformed thanks to more than 350,000 lights as it becomes a holiday destination. we invite you to join us for the holiday spectacular live on wbz at 8:00 next saturday night november 19th. we'll be right
a developing story right now at 7 the sound of more than a dozen gunshots sends witnesses scrambling. one person is dead and police are looking for the shooter. calls for calm from our president elect as protests over the election continue into a second week. and who democrat hilary clinton really blames for tuesday. good morning everybody and happy sunday on this november november 13. i'm kerri connolly and barry burbank is standing by with a look at our forecast. good morning. >> it's not bad. warmer than it was yesterday morning. temperatures now in the 40s. we do have cloud cover over
mostly low to middle 40s a few exceptions to the rule. here's what's going on at gillette stadium. quiet at the present time but not quiet overnight as the big game gets under way. 41 degrees starting to see the thinning of the cloud cover and deeper into the morning the cloud cover coming down from the northwest thinning out and the sunshine becomes brighter and brighter and by late morning this afternoon it's going to be a beautiful day as the temperature goes up to 20 miles per hour in a few gusts. i'll see you in a few minutes. kerri? >> thank you so much barry. it is 7:02. following a developing story. police are searching for the suspect who shot two men in dorchester killing one of them. the two men were shot on aims street. we have more. >> i heard 15 bullets.
field public housing complex. bpd confirms two people were shot just before 5:00 p.m. saturday outside of building 51. one witness describes what he heard and saw. >> i heard gunshots and looked out my window. i saw a uhaul truck go down the street but i'm naturally if a car is going to park it parks in the parking space so i feel it was a set-up. >> police are two men both rushed to the hospital one has died. neighbors feel unsafe. >> i guess for my daughter and for this summer my daughter can't play outside so much because the place outside is not so good. >> wbz news. >> hilary clinton is now casting blame on the f.b.i. for her loss in the presidential election during a call with top campaign donors.
she was winning in the polls until james comey reopened the investigation into the e-mails ten days before the election and 72 hours before he indicated he found nothing worthy of prosecution in those e-mails. protests against the election results are continuing across the country, the scene outside of trump tower yesterday in new york city. many of those protestors believe president elect donald trump's term in office will put people of color at risk and ns immigration to be racist. boston mayor marty walsh is reaching out telling the boston herald zero tolerance for harassment and bullying in the schools and the streets. and mr. trump says in a tweet americans will unite and has a big task in making that happen as demonstrations on both sides continue outside of his new york city penthouse. row anna has more.
bureau. >> police in riot gear were out in full gear to keep cities from rioting in the south west from los angeles to new york protestors marched for a fourth day against the election of donald trump. >> he's racist, homophobic, sexist, not for the people and we didn't want this. >> what do you say to this people who say this is the way the system works and donald trump won? >> i think it's time to change the system. >> the crowds ended up on into the night. some of the protestors have been out here for hours and want trump to see them and hear their voices. >> we'll tell him we're going to keep you in mind make sure you don't make any drastic decisions and i'm a millennial. it's our future. >> also in the crowd a few trump supporters. >> give them a chance that's all i'm saying. >> trump told 60 minutes he owes his victory partially to
in terms of numbers with facebook twitter instagram et cetera i think it helped me win all of these races and i won. >> trump had no public events on saturday but he did tweet once saying this will prove to be a great time in the lives of all americans. we will unite and we will win. cbs news new york. >> president elect donald trump will give his first one on 60 minutes. see the whole thing starting at 7. police are working to identify a suspect in a now deadly hit-and-run. a car hit a man riding his bike in a cross walk at the intersection of broadway and washington on thursday. the man was hospitalized and died friday night of his injuries. police found the car a 2010 gray toyota they think hit him but are working to determine who was driving at the time. state police are looking for a
the teen was on a dcr bike path off river street. he is expected to recover. detectives are interviewing witnesses right now. two u mass students are in the hospital after a car crash saturday. a toyota camry slammed into a utility pole on state road near arcadia avenue. both are said to be in stable condition. they have not filed charges at this point. a dozen people looking for a place to live after a house yesterday morning and found big flames coming from the roof and windows. police did get everyone out safely. several people were treated for minor injuries like smoke inhalation. investigators have not pin pointed a cause. tributes to the fallen and an optimistic look ahead. ahead this morning how the world is marking one year since the deadly terrorist attacks in paris. and speaking of tributes one that's really unique and
perfect french and then a moment of silence as musician sting leads a solid tribute last night in paris. 90 concert goers died there one year ago yesterday as part of coordinated terrorist attacks throughout paris that claimed 130 lives. hundreds of others were injured in violence and also included a soccer stad a pregnant woman could be seen hanging from a window trying to escape. ahead in our next half hour a murder mystery gunshot wound days after being found in the
another as you know the holidays are right around the corner. new york city's christmas has arrived in rock fella center at 94 feet the norway spruce is the second tallest tree to grace the area. it's a great time to remind you wbz will be flipping the switch on the christmas tree next saturday live at 8:00 right here on wbz. i'm oddly getting into the christmas spirit. >> i noticed this morning. >> how did you notice? >> because you've been singing christmas carols.
acdc. >> someone has been singing christmas carols in my ear. >> it wasn't me. >> sounded like you. >> that's frightening. it's a mild morning. >> it is and once we get the sun out it's going to be a nice afternoon. >> let's go south barry. >> let's go to the south side of town. let's go to the south towns here. let's go to south bureau this morning. let's go to southeaston at the south eastern regional high let's go to south bridge where they are at 44. so for the most part we've got 40s but as you saw a couple of exceptions there in southeaston. down here a little bit cooler a couple of spots but it is a warmer morning than yesterday morning temperatures up about 10 or more degrees higher than yesterday. we're looking at a lot of 40s here a couple 30s in the mountains, a couple 30s in massachusetts as mentioned
bedford but 50 at the vine a yard this morning. upper 50s for the high today. should be about 58 or 59 many spotst and much of the country in the upper 50s to middle 60s so pretty nice across the nation. starting out cold in the 20s but the temperature rise approaching 35 or 40 degrees to get to high temperatures underneath the big dome of high pressure sprawled out across the nation and only 5 and rain up the coast making it wet here on tuesday. but this frontal boundary and cloud cover associated with it moving on through now but not to fear it's going to thin out with time this morning. watch it all disappear here as we get late in the morning and this afternoon bright and sunny. a few thin filaments of those clouds might be left over but really nice afternoon with a westerly wind at 10 to 20 at
all night tonight and we are going to see the big full moon and clouds come up from the south west during the day and high temperatures tomorrow in the lower 60s and the rain coming up on tuesday. here's what's going on for the highs upper 50s today, low temperatures tonight will be in the 40s to near 40 in boston but it's going to be fine down in gillette stadium around 46 at kick off. nice breeze out of the west south west 5 to 15 miles per hour. the suburbs tonit in out lying spots to 42 in downtown boston and we are going to see the big super moon enhancing the tide so talking about two tides we're concerned about here the tuesday tide at 11: 08 it'd high at 12.5 feet and wednesday at 12.4. on tuesday we are going to have the rain and on shore wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour so that may enhance the tides to
good flooding, wide spread minor coastal flooding and pockets of moderate coastal flooding on tuesday the national flood watch will be putting it up later today or tomorrow and damp start on wednesday and partly cloudy the second half of the week. on the cool side not as warm as we were hoping for on the forecast yesterday. so not too happy about that. i was hoping for mid to upper 60s in the end of the week but now it's not going to happen. >> it went nine degrees cooler but >> i am. >> geez me too. comedy cans have been--fans have been talking for weeks about dave chapelle hosting saturday night live but it opened on a sad note instead. ? [ music ] ?
lord of song with nothing on my tongue but hallelujah. ? >> that's kate mckinon performing hallelujah in a clip dressed ads hilary clinton but the performance is also a tribute to song writer leonard cohen who died this week at the age of 82. this morning good news in the fight against diseases caused by smoking. coming up the new numbers and continue. but first it's time for the pet parade. wait until you meet the cutties in our studio.
baby, bruster, ellie and lewis. my little friend here is so soft. >> he's just wonderful. >> ridiculous. >> he's an adult bunny and bunnies are great. we were just talking about what great pets they make. how smart they are and that they can be litter box trained and very clean and great pets to start with and can live up to 15 years. >> and they are so soft. they don't smell and the fact lot of people say they are going to go all over the house but a lot of people like you guys have a bunny and he runs around the house, goes in the litter box and is quite friendly and wants love actually. a bunny really does want affection. they really don't want to be in a cage left alone. >> they are social animals and love to play with toys, cardboard boxes, little jingle balls like for a cat.
remember cordes and other things they might chew on. but exactly like a puppy or kitten but bunnies are great pets. >> what about baby? >> baby does have a lot of energy. she's a year old. she is just so happy to meet everybody. every dog, every person, every cat and she doesn't mind really any sort of situation. she is just the ultimate friendly dog. >> she really is. >> r >> she's so happy. she smiles all the time. >> she does. >> what about bella in your arms. >> bella here is looking a little pitiful. she just got spayed yesterday so she's still recovering from that but she came in a matted mess and one of our staff members helped groom her up and now she looks beautiful true to her name. >> did she have a home? >> no she was a stray. >> she was, oh okay.
she's so friendly and payful. >> awe baby. and we must talk about rufus. >> he really deserves the attention. he came in and was matted to say the least of the we canistel which end was front and back. and you could smell him because of the infection from his ears and eyes and skin and mouth. so our same staff member sy groomed him up beautifully and he was such a good boy for it. he's still a little itch and getting used to his short coat but we are treating all of his infections and will have to take some teeth out. >> he's about 12 years old. >> he's about 12 years old and a great dog. he's so friendly. he's like an old mayor very welcoming and happy to see everybody regardless of what he came from. >> he's so happy. he's loving being pet and
been through. he makes me so sad. >> their resilience is beautiful because he came from a situation no animal should be in and he's here and happy and he still needs some issues to be addressed but he's just such a shelter dog. >> you guys saved him and we hope one of our wonderful families out there will give him the love he deserves in his golden years. >> exactly. >> well anybody is interested in rufus, bella, bruster or baby. i got it. >> visit arl .org. that's our website. come on down to the shelter in worcester and visit. come by and take a peek. we are really running low on clay kitty litter so the cheap- -don't tell the cats it's cheap but the cheap litter and kitten
right now at 7:30 teenagers find a man dying of gunshot wounds. the update on a mystery and who the coast guard makes a daring rescue after a sail boat runs aground in boston harbor. and a fight to the finish at fenway but the obstacles you see here are nothing compared to the people they are raising money for face. good sunday morning everybody. it is november 13. i'm kerri connolly along with
forecast. good morning. >> good morning kerri and happy to tell you it's going to be getting sunnier with time later this morning and temperatures well into the 50s today. 40s for the most part tomorrow. a few 30s. taking a look at gillette stadium at the weather bug network here the camera shot showing it's rather cloudy here but there has been breaking and thinning of the cloud cover. it's beautiful but quiet there now and pretty active tonight looking at the cloud cover which has been coming down still over us waiting for it to thin out. it should do that and enable us to see bright sunshine late this morning and definitely this afternoon sunny with a temperature going up to 59 degrees. a westerly wind at 10 to 20. the rest of my forecast in just a few minutes. one person has died another person injured and this morning boston police are searching for the gunman.
street yesterday evening near the franklin field public housing complex. witnesses say they heard more than a dozen shots and both victims are men in their 20s whose names have not been released. protests against the election of donald trump didn't show signs of ending and returning to social media to restore order. he tweeted that this will prove to be a great time in the lives of all americans. we will unite and we will win, win, win. now burned itself out just as firefighters expected it would. sky eye was over the flames in a remote area of the woods a section nicknamed the old wolf pits. fortunately the fire was not near any homes but firefighters did stay on the scene all morning yesterday to keep tabs on it. a murder mystery in easton. a 35-year-old man was found in the woods with a gunshot wound has died and now police are trying to figure out who killed
this morning. >> melanie and gary take their dog for a nightly walk in easton going by a popular wooded trail where a man would found shot on tuesday. now the man died. >> the news was shocking never in this neighborhood and here about is now. >> on tuesday state and local police were out in force after 35-year-old daniel smith of florida but originally from easton was found shot in the the road. at the time police reported the discovery was made by kids riding their bikes. >> two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles down here and went into the woods and found this gentleman. they in turn called their mother who came down to the scene confirmed there was a person here and called us. >> smith initially survived but died friday at a boston hospital. police are treating the death air conditioning suspicious leaving the neighborhood
the boys that found the man. i mean that has to be really hard for them. >> it was a day off from school, it was election day and they were out riding their bikes as the kids in this town do. >> what a horrible discovery. >> i can't even imagine. >> state and local police are looking for the public's help specifically searching for a red 2016 mazda 3 sedan with florida license plates. they believe that vehicle might case. in eason jim smith wbz news. a daring rescue all caught on camera in boston harbor. the coast guard used a helicopter to rescue two people from a sail boat that ran aground. originally they were waiting for high tide but the winds kicked up and the sailors are going to be fine. protestors marching
the case of a white former police officer in the case of a shooting of an unarmed black driver last year. 26-year-old ray tensing an officer who was fired from the university of sibs natee police should have been found guilty. he shot and killed sam dubois during a traffic stop in july of 2015. he says he felt threatened by prosecutors argued that wasn't the case. >> this is a crime to america. this is a cream to cincinnati. justice. >> the only letters i was looking for was n and g of not guilty. i thought that was the appropriate outcome. >> people have a right to be angry but expects protests to remain peaceful. looks like fewer people are lighting up. the center for disease control and prevention reportst smoking rates have hit an all time low. the number of smokers dropped
45 million to 37 million americans. the cdc is happy with fewer and the push needs to continue. nearly half of all cancers diagnosed are linked to tobacco use and highest among men, especially black men. the bruins and celtics are both on the road looking for wins and one of the patriots most exciting players in fact just in time for what could be the biggest it is 7:36 on this sunday morning as you rise and shine. barry says it's going to be a nice dayahead. he's up with his forecast coming up.
good the patriots play the seahawks tonight from gillette stadium two of the best teams this year and every year. the seahawks won super bowl xlviii by destroying the broncos looking to repeat in super bowl xlix when they went up against the patriots. this was become known as the malcolm butler play and not many of us knew about him before the interception of russell wilson buttler did it. interception sealed the deal
xlix. pete carroll took a lot of heat for losing that one and could like a little redemption tonight. >> sisters the top team in the league. they got the best record healthy and rolling and all that so it's a great match up opportunity for us. whether that has anything to do with it i don't know but this is a great opportunity to go on the road when they are coming off a bye and ready to depot and see where they fit with this team. we should be so fortunate to get a chance to on that would be awesome. >> pete carroll looking ahead to a possible rematch in super bowl 51. i'm sure rob gronkowski would be okay with that. here's a quick look at what steve and gronk talked about. >> seattle next and a dangerous football team. how do you match up against seattle. >> it's going to be a tough game. seattle has been super tough over the last few years and
for quite some time now for some years so they know how to play together and they are hard hiters. they got some big players that play just like us on offense that don't want to take any attitude and come down and will smack you so we got to be ready mentally and physically. >> be sure to tune in at 11: 30 right here on wbz. see the rest of that gronk 101 and after the pats seahawks game turn right here for the fifth te dion lewis was activated from the pup list and will make his season debut tonight but here's some bad news. chris hogan is having issues with his back. he's listed as questionable for tonight's game with the seahawks. the bruins and celtics were boat in action last night. the bs were in arizona and the cs in indiana. let's start with the celtics hoping to have al back in the line up against the paceers. that didn't happen but six
it two in a row after beating the knicks on friday night. celtics taking on the paceers. boston down 10. shots started and look at this. nice. then starts to heat up hitting the trifecta not once but twice. the celtics in the first half on a 13-0 run up by at the break. third quarter and marcus smart and one of six in double figures finishing with 16 points. fourth quarter with larry birdwatching the celtics put this one away. and jumped past issiah thomas to 23 celtics 105-99. the bruins take on the coyotes. and that's a good thing for boston. played nine games for the b's this season. 8-1 in those games.
goal of the year. 1-0 and then they did it again. >> time to start off this three game road trip on a good note. a drive from paster enact and he scores from the top of the right wing circle set-up and that's the tenth goal of the season and he scored on every road game so far. it's 2-0 bruins. >> bruins would hang on and get the win 2-1 in let's get you right to the riddle how many bricks does it take to complete a brick building? how many bricks does it take to complete a brick building? that's sports this morning. wbz sports. >> how many bricks does it take to complete the brick building. to complete it. i have to give you the answer right now. so you don't have a lot of time to think. it's one the final brick. that's how much it takes to complete the brick building. isn't that a good one?
>> he's got some good ones. >> they're really good. i couldn't have gotten that one i don't think. what are you thinking for today? >> i'm not thinking about the forecast, just that riddle. what about today? despite cloudy in places it should get nicer and the cloud cover should thin out. >> let's go to the mill. >> we'll go to the mill ford. >> how about that. >> tricked me. >> up to millford new hampshire at the sage school it's 46. let's come down to millford massachusetts at the middle school east at 37 but also in millford massachusetts we have the woodland elementary school so you can see the difference in temperature from one place to the other a difference of a few degrees sometimes in millford depending on where the school is located in the town maybe in a low lying location. in boston at 46. dew point crept up from
down. a westerly wind at 13 miles per hour and have that cloud cover. how is it going to shake out here in boston for the next several hours? sunnier, earth cloudy now, sunny by 10:00 and totally sunny here from noon to sunset and this afternoon we have those temperatures rising nicely into the upper 50s. they're already many degrees above what they were at this time 24 hours ago. 10 degrees higher than yesterday morning so we got the 40s. a few 30s here washington this morning. it was colder back in the midwest underneath a dome of high pressure down in the 20s in somebody spots. frosty cold morning but the folks in baker lake you got the cake of one degree this morning below zero a little while ago. upper 50s for highs today. across the nation upper 50s to middle 00s. quite wide spread across the country until you get down into the south. temperatures into the 70s, 82
theme parks. high pressure scrawled across the nation. the mild air into new england but this cloudiness close to the frontal boundary is certainly going to disappear as we go through the morning. only going to be 55 in atlanta today cooler up here because it's raining down there. taking a close inspection of that rain heading to charlotte and charleston, south carolina. this is the rain that's going to be effecting us on tuesday but no rain tonight for the pats taking very cool and the super moon comes up. cloud cover thinning out and this afternoon turning bright and sunny into the upper 50s and tonight falling back into the 40s this evening and late night lows into the lower 40s in boston and the 30s in the suburbs and the usual cold spots into the lower 30s. tomorrow we rise up into the lower 60s with cloud cover coming in later in the day. that's it for tonight's full
and farthest away producing big tides and the highest tide is going to be tuesday 12.5 feet on tuesday at 11: 08 in the morning and with an on shore wind and rain falling it looks like with that wind sort of enhancing the tide by a half a foot to a foot coastal flooding going on so more on that in the next day to get you ready for that along the coast it won't be a serious coastal flood situation bu flooding and a few moderate. some of the rain heavy on tuesday and the rest of the week quiet and cool as it dry out late wednesday. kerri? >> thank you barry. imagine how much more exciting baseball would be if there was on the big paths. coming up the greater meaning behind an amazing show of athleticism at fenway way park
the rebock spartan race is taking place this veterans day weekend at fenway park. >> you see things like people jumping over walls, climbing on cargo nets, jump ropes. >> in the midst of the fierce competitors is a mother and son gold star family. she lost her husband master sergeant shawn simmons in 2008 while serving in afghanistan. four years later she lost her 16-year-old daughter in a car accident. this weekend her son and sister's memory. >> through all of the trials and tribulations we have had some awesome people in our corner to encourage us and help us. >> she's talking about survivors a non profit organization whose mission is to embrace and empower surviving spouses of spartan families. >> the spartan organization as a whole is a wonderful pairing for us because these athletes
an obstacle this think is impossible but manage to over come that. >> it means a lot they take special consideration in your fallen soldiers and treat you like family. >> prior to his father's death he was highly involved in sports and very competitive but then it all stopped. this start yan race is all about over coming challenges and obstacles which is why this race is a perfect fit. >> oning in my dad's honor, something nice >> one step, one climb and one obstacle at a time. wbz news. >> you can't have a fernery frank without mustard. coming up they put the top brand to a taste test.
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administration. good morning everybody. happy sunday november 13. we're certainly glad you're joining us. barry burbank is standing by waiting to tell us his forecast for the day and the week ahead barry good morning. >> good morning it's going to be turning sunny and we have cloud cover left over right now. it's 47 outside of our studio here. also 47 in logan airport so milder than it was at thisme cover will be diminishing with time much it's starting to breakup sing a few patches of blue sky over gillette stadium and thinning out cloud cover. so it's 42 there right now. certainly a quiet morning in gillette but anything but that late today and certainly tonight with kick off at 8:30. the trending to thin out and the day is going to turn out nice and sunny.
beautiful after 59 with a west wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour. the rest of my forecast coming up injury thank you. a developing story we're following this morning police are searching for the suspect who shot two men in dorchester killing one of them. the two men in their 20s were shot on aims street and we have more. >> i heard like 15 bullets. >> boston police around aims street in the center of the franklin public how fasting comple shot outside of building 51 saturday. one witness describes what he heard and saw. >> i heard gunshots and looked out my window. i seen a uhaul truck go down the street but it parked. but i'm--naturally if a car is going to park they park in the parking space. so i feel it was a set-up. >> police confirmed the victims
neighbors feel unsafe. >> as for my daughter and all summer i keep my daughter not to play outside so much because the place outside is not so good. >> wbz news. hilary clinton is casting blame on the f.b.i. for her loss in the presidential election. during a call with top donors she pointed out she was winning in the polls until james comey reopened the investigation into her e-mails ten days before election. it wasn't until 72 hours before the election comey indicated he found nothing worthy of prosecution in those e-mails. and protests against the election results are continuing across the country. this was the scene outside of trump tower yesterday in new york city. many of those protestors believe president elect donald trump's term in office will put people of color at risk and consider his ideas on
reaching out to the community and says there will be zero tolerance for harassment and bullying in schools or on the streets. as for the president elect mr. trump says in a tweet americans will unite but he's got a big task in making that happen as demonstrations on both sides continue outside his new york city penthouse. we have more. >> this is the portland police bureau. >> police in riot gear were out los angeles to new york. protestors marched for a fourth day against the election of president elect donald trump. >> he's racist, homophobic, sexist, not for the people and we didn't want this. >> what do you say to those people who say this is the way the system works and donald trump won? >> i think it's time to change the system. >> the crowds ended up on trump's door step and stayed into the night. some of that's protestors have
trump's tower for hours and want him to see them and hear their voices. >> we're going to keep you in mind and make sure you don't make rash decisions. i'm a millennial. also in the crowd a few trump supporters. >> give him a chance that's all i'm saying. >> in his first post election interview he told 60 minutes he owes his victory partially to social media. >> the fact i have such powers in terms of facebook, twitter, instagram it of these races where they spent much more money than i spent and i won. >> trump had no public events on saturday but did tweet once saying this will prove to be a great time in the lives of all americans. we will unite and we will win. cbs news new york. >> president elect donald trump will give his first one on one since winning the election to 60 minutes. you can see the whole thing right here on wbz starting at
kelly aot isn't ruling out a role in the administration. she took heat for saying she wasn't going to vote for the republican nominee but in the days following the election her name emerged as a contender for secretary of defense. she's never served in the military but neither have several other defense secretaries like dick chaney. she says i'm just regrouping with my family right now but i will always find a way to seven our state and country ev private citizen. in other news police working to identify a suspect in a hit-and-run in taunton. a car hit a man riding his bike in a cross walk at the intersection of broadway and washington on thursday. he died friday night of his injuries. police found the car the 2010 toyota that they think hit him but are working to determine who was driving at the time. state police are looking for a suspect this morning who shot a 16-year-old.
offer river street and is expected to recover. detectives are interviewing witnesses. two u mass dart moth students are in the hospital after a toyota camry slammed into a utility pole on state road near arcadia avenue. both are in stable condition and police have not filed charges at this point. a dozen people are looking for a place to live after a house fire. firefighters were sumonned to pleasant street saturday morning and found big windows. police got everyone out. several people were treated for minor injuries like smoke inhalation. investigators still haven't pin pointed a cause. and tributes to the fallen. an optimistic look ahead. ahead this morning how the world is marking one year since the deadly terrorist attacks in
moment of silence as sting leads a solemn tribute last night in paris. 90 concert goers died there one year ago yesterday as part of coordinated terrorist attacks throughout paris that claimed 130 lives. hundreds of others were injured in violence that included a soccer stadium and cafes. a pregnant woman could be seen hanging from a window trying to escape. a show of ki of hate. a young boy targeted by racists gets the surprise and the ride of a life time. and today is sunday november 13. is it your birthday? are you a fellow score o like me? better watch out. it's the birthday of joe montana at 79, vinny testiverde
i want to go really big with my appetizers. we can do it without blowing our budget. oh yeah, this is great! everything for thanksgiving. that's my stop & shop. we are following some breaking news this morning. new zealand authorities say a powerful quake has generated a tsunami with the first waves hitting the south. of course we'll bring it to you
burbank quite mild this morning pleasantly surprised. >> yeah really changeable from what we had yesterday when it was so chilly out here so we got temperatures in the 40s almost getting up to 50s in some spots heading for a beautiful day. >> are we? good. >> it looks shaky with the cloud cover changing. let's see what's happening as we go today end on the weather bug network here. let's go to the north an dover at 42. let's go to hemingway elementary school 46 this morning and south of boston the score of 43 this morning. and as you can see mostly 40s a few 30s to the valley and to the south warm in the 40s and the last hour. so looking good today in terms of temperatures going up nicely to the upper 50s this afternoon and most of the nation looking good on november 13 with some upper 50s to middle 60s.
raining down there right now so high pressure overcast and kind of wet and damp down there but over the top of the high the mild air coming in new england so a lot of cloud cover now along the boundary but going to get sunnier with time and here's the rain down here near atlanta heading up towards charlotte and scattered showers close to the coastline down in charleston south carolina region. so that rain is heading in our direction and we get that on out this morning. the afternoon will be different, totally sunny but the transition period from the overcast to sunny conditions so decreasing cloud cover over the next few hours and the afternoon bright and sunny and clear and the nighttime will be able to see the super moon and tomorrow starts out clear. clouds show up from time to time during the day. most of us not until late in the day until tomorrow night and the rain coming up on tuesday.
will set in right after that. the highs today around 58 to 60 in a few spots. it will be about 46 as the pats take on the seahawks. kick off 8:30 and a nice breeze out there. not too strong. low temperatures tonight 42 in boston getting down to a few places lower 30s in some locations. the super moon rises at 4: 13 the closest in 69 years actually 30,000 miles clos the orbit farthest away from the earth. a micro moon as opposed to a super moon producing king tides and the tide i'm most concerned about is the tuesday tide at 11: 08 in the morning 12.5 feet enhanced up to a foot. rain falling not necessarily by
10 to 20 miles per hour winds. so looking at some perhaps some pockets of moderate coastal flooding. the rain coming up the coast and there's your forecast showing it will be raining here on tuesday. some of that may be heavy during the day and 40s out in worcester county and highs only 40s there low to middle 50s late in the day. a damp start and breaks of sun and the rest of the week into the mid 50s for gh >> earlier this month we brought you a story of a new hampshire mother and son targeted by racists. the mother says she came forward in the hopes this community would stand together against hate and as lisa hughes reports it's happening in a big way. they were honking their horns and roaring their engines as seven-year-old headed towards 20 bikers waiting outside of
their kindness means everything. >> put your hands on the handle bars if you want. >> the best part of today is riding a motorcycle. >> police say bi-racial targeted by a series of hate crimes. first a racial slur on his mother's car and another on a saw horse thrown onto heir yard. the third when someone threw fried chicken and watermelon on their car. one of the neighbors was hoie road like that and that's just wrong and i don't like it. >> the club decided to let the family know they are not alone so today they made him an honorary club member. >> we want to share something with the kids to show they care about them. >> they also gave him a helmet, a jacket of his own and the ride of a life time. >> i've never been a part of like a big giant club. >> i think it means the world
supports him and nobody hates him and he can walk with pride and doesn't have to be scared. >> when i grow up i'm going to get a motorcycle. >> what a cute little guy. great story. the police say the vandalism is still under investigation. ahead in the next half hour a murder mystery in easton after a man was found in the woods. also ahead breaking results of the election and why professional pollsters were
>> climb that rope, lift your legs and run those spartan race taking place this weekend at fenway park. >> you see things like people jumping over walls, climbing on cargo nets, jump ropes. >> in the midst of fierce competitors is a mode and son gold star family. she lost her husband back in 2008 while serving in afghanistan. four years later she also lost her 16-year-old daughter erin in a this weekend her 18-year-old son justin is competing both in his father and sister's memory. >> through all of the trials and tribulations we have had awesome people in our corner to encourage us and help us. >> she's talking about the non profit organization who's miss is to embrace and empower surviving spouses of military families. >> the spartan races and organization as a whole is a wonderful pairing for us because these athletes know
obstacle that they think is impossible but somehow manage to over come that. >> it means a lot that they take special consideration in your fallen soldiers that they bring you in like you're family. >> prior to his father's death justin was highly involved in sports and very competitive but then it all stopped. this spartan race is all about over coming challenges and obstacles which is why this race is pe honor. it's something nice to honor him by. >> one step, one climb and one obstacle at a time. i'm paul burton wbz news. >> right now let's find out what's coming up on cbs face the nation. john dickerson has a preview. good morning to you. >> good morning kerri. well we're finally past the election and we're going to look back a little bit at that. most of our time going to be spent looking forward at what a
like, what his priorities are, who he puts in the key slots, how he reads the election outcome. we're going to talk all of that with transition team member newt gingrich who may be up for a spot in the trump administration and certainly has a lot of ideas about how to move into washington to make change after a big election outcome. he had to do that in 1995 and the other side of the island role he is going to play in opposition of donald trump and also he has a lot to say about the future direction of the democratic party. looking back at the election how does he think it would have gone differently and what does he think democrats have to do and as always we'll have our political round table to try to sort through the news and see what we should be looking forward to in the weeks ahead. but a special treat after that is a sit down with our 2016 embedded reporters.
months or so living with these candidates. all of the ones who ran and also living in those key battle ground states. what did they learn about politics and america. >> good show on tap. all right john thank you so much. have a great show and face the nation airs today at 10:30 right here on wbz. the results of the election have hit hard for some of hilary clinton's biggest supporters. still ahead the surprising outlet that's helping provide closure.
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november already. barry burbank standing by with a look at our forecast. a nice day ahead. >> it is sketchy outside because of the cloud cover and certainly was yesterday morning. dollars cloudiness is thinning and showing patches of blue. mid 40s for the most part presently and jillth stadium clouds thinning and high and midlevel type clouds 45 at gillette stadium quiet at the present time but the big game coming up cloud cover moving along here and hoping that eventually it's going to almost all disappear to give us brilliant sunshine for this afternoon but we have to go the transition in the next few hours to get rid of the cloud cover. the afternoon high close to 59 and a light to moderate westerly wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour. the seven day forecast in just a few minutes. >> barry we look forward to that thank you. one person died and another person injured and this morning
the gunman. someone opened fire on aims street yesterday evening near the franklin field public complex. they heard more than a dozen shots. both victims are men in their 20s who's now the president elect is turning to social media to restore order. mr. trump tweeted st will be a time in all of americans unite and win, win, win. the brushfire burned itself out as firefighters expected it would. the sky in the lin woods. the old wolf pits off ox pasture road. fortunately the fire was not near any homes but firefighters stayed on the scene all morning yesterday to keep tabs on it. a murder mystery in easton a 35-
with a gunshot wound has died and now police are trying to figure out who killed him and why. wbz jim smith has the latest this morning. >> melanie and gary take their dog for a nightly walk in easton going by a popular wooded trail where a man was found shot last tuesday. now the man has died. >> it's a shock never in this neighborhood and this kind of here. >> state and local police were out in force after 35-year-old daniel smith of florida but originally from easton was found shot in the head only about 25-yards on the road. >> two 13-year-old boys riding the bicycle and went into the woods and found this gentleman.
>> police treating the death as suspicious leaving the neighborhood uneasy. >> i feel really bad for the boys that found the man. that has to be really hard for them. it was election day riding their bikes as the kids in this town do. >> what a horrible discovery. >> yeah i can't even imagine. >> state and local police are looking for red 2016 mazda 3 sedan with florida license plates. they believe that vehicle might be possiblily connected to this case. in easton, jim smith, wbz news. >> a daring rescue caught on camera in boston harbor. the coast guard used a helicopter to rescue two people from a sail boat that ran aground. originally the coast guard was going to wait for high tide to free that boat but the situation became more urgent when the winds kicked up.
doing fine. comedy fans have been talking about dave chapelle hosting saturday night live but last night's show opened up on a sad note instead. >> ? i did my best i tried so much i told the truth i didn't come to fool ya. and even though it all went wrong, i'll stand before the lord tongue but hallelujah. >> and that's kate mckinon performing hallelujah in a clip that's been trending dressed as hilary clinton and played the democratic presidential candidate all through the campaign season. and judging from the comments on social media that clip is good closure for the millions of people who did not agree with the election of donald
supporters. john keller breaks down the reaction and what's next in keller at large. >> good morning. thanks for joining us. kind of a slow week in politics actually locally but we're going to try to figure out something to talk about with our guests this week you'll recognize making a return appearance here political analyst joannea charlie manning good to have you here with your republican tie there. >> i know got to be celebrating. >> very nice. is that dumbo the elephant or trumpo the elephant? anyway good to have you. donald trump will narrowly lose the popular vote while winning the electoral college so this raises a question, how much of this outcome was an endorsement
change for which trump was the vehicle? how much of it was hilary clinton blowing it joanne? >> i think all of the above. this comes to a change election and she was not the change candidate and were it someone other than donald trump it would have an easier path to victory for the republicans. i think she could never make the message and argument that she was not o washington establishment and the main point of the election, the main point of this election was people are so disillusions and felt so disenfranchised from the establishment. >> she didn't even try. she latched herself to president obama and ran as a continuation of the obama administration and was just constantly on stage with establishment figures. it was like something out of 20 years ago. charlie you were down with that
way at all, the democratic party since obama was sworn in as president has been devastated they lost the house, they lost the senate, they lost the governorships, they lost the attorney general's office and devastated all across the country and the clinton people couldn't see that so pushing in the way and running their own campaign with all of the resources and talent and everything they had they needed a referendum on obama >> and then for donald trump trying to run against his rhetoric and everything he did and said made him even more the ultimate outsider and i think people were looking for an outsider so he reenforced it with every perceived miss step. >> if anything a first time candidate i can't tell you how hard it is to run because of
candidates before when you have never done it before. and then to sort of break the mold and go after states like pennsylvania, wisconsin and win them was just an amazing thing. >> so now we've seen protests around the country than you normally see although this is not the election followed by protests of different types. and the insighted by the media are unfair. later on he put out one that said somebody sure put on out a tweet on his account that it's a proud expression of democracy, right on kids you go. what do you make of the protests and his initial response? >> well this goes back again to his rhetoric and as much as his rhetoric made him the outsider
of people and they were being attacked for being minorities, for being muslim, for being women. it was hurtful rhetoric and that's what the protests are in reaction to. and one great thing about this country is we are allowed to protest. the other great thing about this country is there's a peaceful transition of power. >> most americans unless you are a radical the guy is not even in office so give him a chance. the portland police with situations i think it helps trump. >> we've got to take a break but briefly i wanted to ask you that tweet that he put out was a campaign tweet in tone. that's the trump from the campaign. incited by the media, professional protestors, is he going to have to transition away from that or would that be a mistake? should he continue to maintain the campaign style he has? >> i think everybody wants him
now. he was great, everything went well when he visited the white house and everything seemed to go well. that's what the american people want. they want that reassurance. >> super briefly. >> the one thing he hasn't said. he said all of the right things. one thing he hasn't said is cut out anything out there in mind harassing anybody attacking any minority and muslim cut it out. >> and should the democrats say that too st shields, stop looting stores and setting things on fire. >> well sure and they have been. >> i think the democrats should be saying the same things to their supporters. >> can't we all just get along. we'll take a break and continue our conversation about the election and after math so
welcome back talking about the election of course with charlie manning and they had just come out with a charter school question, question two showing a dead heat one of the best around but it was a blow out for the opponents of lifting the charter school cap. what do you make of that. >> i think the anti people made a very successful argument this is harmful to public schools. the urinary is the people they were speaking to, the irony
state charter schools were never a threat to any schools in the suburbs. what they really were doing was changing the dynamic in the urban pool system. >> will this open the door with the help from the public sector union allies is this opening the door for further activism by the unions for instance on raising the income tax in two years. >> that's going to be a big quon before and it's always easier to win on no especially if you can confuse the voters. i can't tell you how many smart people who really hadn't looked into it were just repeating the teacher union talking points to me saying no i'm voting no on it and you explain it to them saying that changes my vote. it's just a shame. i don't think they did a good job of getting their message out. they had to put it on the line
with that. >> does charlie baker take a hit here. >> no i don't think he does. this is consistent through the election he was involved in the pioneer institute which has been a charter school champion. nothing different or no reason why he wouldn't have stood behind. >> actually put it on the line with the ad. you sort of wanted more. more passion, more explanation taking on those no votes and it didn't happen. i don't think it was a well run campaign. >> i apia luckily we found something to talk about in a slow week. thanks very much for coming by both of you. that's it for me. now back over to my colleagues for much more wbz news. >> all right john keller thank you so much. barry has our forecast for today. an interesting week ahead. >> getting better already. seeing signs the clouds are thinning out and disappearing so we can take a look at this
sunshine breaking out there and that will be the trend through the morning. it's really going to be nice and a lovely afternoon with sunshine and 46 out there right now. and we are looking at temperatures which across the region are all in the 40s for the most part. even a 51 at the vineyard. a couple of isolated places in the 30s to 23 in mount washington. it was pretty chilly in the midwest colder down there in the tennessee and ohio valleys than it was in new england t pressure and made it rather nippy with readings into the 20s. the afternoon highs here today upper 50s maybe a couple spots briefly touching 50. a lot of 60s across the country for afternoon high temperatures. a nice recovery in these areas so cold along the gulf coast 70 to 75. that's where we'll find the warmest weather. atlanta at 54 there and i'll
clockwise fashion and mild air pumping in new openingland. that's going to be disappearing shortly and the sunshine for the afternoon is going to be nice indeed. raining in atlanta. a little bit of rain falling there so going to be cool there. here's the plume of rain which is just the beginning of the system effecting us on tuesday as it comes up the coast. the system is going to get a shot of energy and start developing more and because of that it becomes more concerning for the high tides on tuesday. as you go through the afternoon we see all of the 50s upper 50s all of the sunshine and cloud cover lingering in some spots we disappear and start falling into the 40s this evening and late night lows into the lower 40s in boston and 30s in low lying spots in the valleys lower 30s and looking ahead tomorrow temperatures going up higher into the lower 60s. a few streamers of high clouds coming up in the afternoon but
until first thing tuesday morning followed by some rain. showers coming up during the morning and then we get into periods of some what heavier rain into the afternoon and early evening hours on tuesday as that system churns up into south eastern massachusetts makes it cool in central mass on tuesday and warmer on the warmer side down over the cape. but no rain tonight. a perfectly clear sky over jillth stadium as the pats take on the seahawks 46 at kick off. be able to see that big moon tonight tonight a lot said about that but the main thing is kicking up the tides that are higher than the scheduled height which is big 12.5 feet at 11: 08 on tuesday morning because of the fact of the storm coming up the coast generating on shore flow which will enhance the tide a bit. concerned of wide spread minor flooding and pockets of moderate flooding on tuesday when you get that rain heaviest late morning into the afternoon
start on wednesday and the rest of the week on the cooler side. now putting a road block into the warm weather we were hoping to be here near the end of the week as systems in the atmosphere become amplified and kind of slow down. but the idea is rain tuesday will be the wet day. >> those darn amplified systems get us every time barry. all right thank you. chicago may be all about the cubs right now but don't tell that to this guy as he gets used to his
another sign the holidays are right around the corner. new york city's christmas tree arrived in the center at 94 feet the norway spruce is the second tallest tree to grace the area. of course this is a great time to remind you wbz will be flipping the switch next saturday. you can watch it right here on wbz. and barry burbank standing by.
after winning the world series for the first time in 108 years we all know the cubs are the toast of chicago but the cubs ar celebrating in the windy city. meet the polar bear at the lincoln park zoo who just moved into his new digs an 11,000 square foot habitat and the six- year-old bear as has it all to himself. get this the zoo is hoping to add a female later this year. talk about the cherry on top. >> they've got big plans there huh?
guess. >> exactly. all right so finally a nice day to enjoy looking forward to it. >> transitioning into more and more sunshine. the afternoon beautiful up to 59. great for the game at gillette this evening. 46 at kick off and 62 for a high tomorrow. tuesday will be the wet day and that will be the day with the highest tides. we have high tides all week but tuesday will be the biggest and certainly coastal flooding then. >> thanks barry. have a wonderful next weekend.
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