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they continue to weigh over the race with polls tightening. a 0.7 percentage point difference separating these two candidates. a significantly insignificant amount but a huge jump from clinton's double-digit lead last week. they hope this announcement reduce enthusiasm. mike pence took the lead , -- took the lead of the campaign in pennsylvania, again calling on republicans to come home. mr. trump: obamacare has to be replaced. we will do it quickly. reporter: trump said he will convene a special session of congress to repeal and replace the reportable care act. clinton had three get out the
with such a tight race, both campaigns are making played on the other team's turf. clinton's running mate tim kaine will be making a speech entirely in spanish tomorrow in arizona. >> vermont senator and former clinton rival ernie sanders today. colleges are the theme in his efforts to drum up . he urged supporters to get out the vote for clinton and democrats down the ticket. sen. sanders: i understand a lot of people are discouraged. some people are going to sit it out. don't you be one of them. the stakes are much too high. >> sanders went on to tell the crowd that this is not a personality contest but one for
boston. harvey: it got your attention for a different reason. a frosty start. beautiful finish. still nice and clear. tomorrow will not be as sunny as today, but i don't think you may night -- like it as much. temperatures, in the 50's across the region. look at this once. we will get some of this and it will be moving in for tomorrow. i will let you know how warm it will get, coming up. j.c.: thank you. demolition on the mass pike told going better than expected on this second weekday of open polling. -- telling. yesterday, mass dot said travel was down 6%.
down. >> on i-97 90 eastbound into the city of boston, from route nine to weston at 8 a.m. this morning, that was a 27 minute trip. last tuesday, before the process, the same trip was 36 and a half minutes. j.c.: the demolition is scheduled to be completed by november 22. police have identified the woman shot and killed saturday of 152 washington street where , they found 36-year-old benine timothee of dorchester suffering from a gunshot wound. she was taken to a local hospital where she died. a second victim, a male in his teens, was treated for a non-life threatening injury. boston police are asking anyone with information to call them. we're learning new details in this weekend's deadly
past decade. coleman who suffers from paranoia and schizophrenia was shot and killed by police overnight sunday. they say he pulled a knife on emergency crews who were responding to a call from his mother. the globe reports of those 12 calls, four were related to coleman. some included reports he had threatened to harm himself with a knife. coleman's mother tells the globe he was not armed. >> it was very heartbreaking. seeing people removed from the mangled mess. people dead in baltimore, maryland today. a school bus collided with a public transit bus. police say there were no children on the school bus at the time. the driver rear-ended a car, hit the entrance to cemetery then veered into the commuter bus. >> it literally looked like a bomb exploded. there was catastrophic damage. ed: the bus driver is among the
at least 10 others were taken to hospitals with injuries. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. comedian bill cosby in the news, back in court today for a pretrial hearing in suburban philadelphia. cosby is accused of sexually assaulting a former employee at his alma mater, temple university. the alleged incident happened back in 2004. cosby's attorneys claim the 79-year-old is now legally blind, which will make it harder for him to defend himself in court. more than 50 women have come forward, accusing cosby of sexually assaulting them over the past several decades. continuing to make progress in the battle for mosul. today for the first time in more than two years, they are finally within the isis-controlled city. forces say they have taken the state television building amid heavy fighting near the media station. the effort is a coordinated attack from the ground and from the air but the operation is expected to last for several more weeks. ed: right now, police are searching for armed robbers who held up a rehoboth gas station two masked men entered the exxon gas station on winthrop street
threatening to stab the store clerk. the clerk was ordered to the floor at knifepoint, and told to open the cash drawer and safe. he couldn't open the safe, but one of the robbers took an undisclosed amount of cash from the register. former celtics star ray allen is calling it a career. allen announced his retirement today on the players tribune. he most recently played for the heat in 2014. he hit that magnificent shot. some say the the history of the miami franchise. he won a title in boston, and miami, and holds the nba's all-time record for 3 pointers. in his post today, allen says he , "is completely at ease with himself." he can play basketball. when it comes to exercise, could your dna hold the key to the perfect workout? j.c.: still to come we put this , new method of genetic fitness to the test. ed: plus, a story of survival. a hiker stranded for days in the wilderness is rescued.
after a huge search effort. harvey: imagine, frosty cold early this morning. a look at the temperatures in the middle of the country. what a change. we will get some of that change. how much it will warm up, coming up. j.c.: we continue to follow breaking news. an elderly woman tied up during a home invasion in sterling. the suspects still on the loose right now. much more on this as it
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or five minutes. j.c.: the literal plaza is not there anymore. harvey: i call it the garden. i'm here to tell you, that's not the only thing we are having difficulty. tonight's game six of the fall classic, but it is in cleveland and 79 degrees. j.c.: it is wrong. harvey: things are out of whack. these were the early morning low temperatures. it was frosty in many spots. boston almost got down to the freezing mark. in spite of that come a nice recovery. 50-56 across the region.
late afternoon. 50 degrees. the wind is off the water. 13 miles per hour. generally, the winds aren't too strong. they are more from the south once you get inland. as you switch from the south, tonight will not be as cold as less night. for now, skies are clear. temperatures tonight, not nearly as chilly as last night. you will appreciate that early tomorrow. tomorrow, we get a break in temperature. the weather comes from the west. west from pittsburgh. detroit to chicago, to cincinnati, all in the 70's. st. louis is 84 degrees. tomorrow will at least be in the 60's. if there is enough sunshine, it could touch 70. there's a fair amount of cloudiness to the west. we will have some clouds at times tomorrow, and some sunshine. from the mouse -- mass pike south, more sunshine. all areas should make it into
that's the good news. as we get further in time towards thursday, we will watch the little storm to the west, and a front arrives. thursday afternoon or evening, showers and storms could be possible. the wind may turn like east. if that happens thursday, it will not be quite as warm. a few showers are thunderss it will be more prevalent to the north thursday afternoon and evening. all that in mind, let's take you through the next seven days. there is you are nice warm up wednesday and thursday. we are probably a little cooler along the shoreline thursday. thursday afternoon and evening, there could be a couple of downpours or even a thunderstorm. now an abrupt change. the chilly, windy weather arrives.
week. right now, indicating clear skies. there may be a tendency for a little storm to develop well out into the ocean.it is not out of the question, a little cloud back and at some point over the weekend. for now, a sunny and chilly, dry weekend. the warmest weather is going to be wednesday. it may last into thursday. he have to love the numbers on wednesday. thursday and men should be on the 60's -- should be on the 60's. not that overall. especially when you have a bright weekend in the month of november, which i think we will have. j.c.: looks great. thank you. taking a look now at your health. when it comes to your workout, could a dna test reveal the best exercise for your body? that's the idea being touted by several companies. so newscenter 5's emily riemer put it to the test, to find out if genetic testing for fitness is worth your time and money.
fitness center in andover, diana kiesel, has tried it all. from running to free weights. >> my favorite workout, anything that involves my full body. if i can move my whole body i love it. reporter: she's intrigued by the idea that her genes could reveal which exercises truly work for her. so diana agreed to try out dnafit. the company says their genetic testing profiles help people understand how dna affects their response to exercise and nutrition. you start with this kit, you sign a consent form, take a saliva sample, pop the swab back in the packaging and s it isn't cheap. the basic fitness profile is around $190, plus shipping. >> it's how you use the information. reporter: dr. lee kaplan is the director of mass general hospital's weight center. he says these tests can be valuable, but it depends on how they are interpreted. >> if a genetic test convinces you not to exercise because you're not going to get as much value out of it as your neighbor, that would be a
results in 10 business days, though diana's kit took more than a month to process. when her genotype report came back, she wasn't overwhelmed. >> it told me a lot of things that i already knew about myself. but it also was not as detailed as i had expected. reporter: diana asked why that kit took so long. they apologized and said they have a big increase egos of recent media coverage, but most are processed on-time. they also up rated her to a premium report for offered a skype session with a member of the sports science team. we have a link for more information on our wcvb at. emily riemer, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: today is november 1, and obamacare open enrollment begins today, with some consumers bracing for a big increase to their premiums. others set to go with different insurers, and in many cases, different doctors. the challenges facing the affordable care act come amid a need for increased enrollment. the biggest need enrollment by young, healthy consumers.
hundreds of workers. j.c.: coming up find out how , much the company is shelling out. but first let's see what's new at 5:00 with ben. ben: newscenter 5 at 5:00. a shocking discovery in a trick-or-treater's loot. this small bottle of flavored vodka. the warning to parents tonight in one local community. caught on camera, a toddler riding his toy car into rush hour traffic. the hero that came to his rescue. plus this. >> pepper, radishes, was sabe. a whole list of
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a number of factors include economic growth, shrinking unemployment, and the fact the housing market has largely recovered from the 2008 crash. ed: mcdonald's is shelling out nearly $4 million to hundreds of workers in the san francisco area. that is to settle a lawsuit that a franchise owner cheated employees out of wages and overtime. workers will be compensated based on the number of hours they worked. mcdonald's has more than 14,000 franchises around the country. j.c.: it may only be the first day of november, but black friday is coming early for am the site features new discounts every day on everything from clothing to electronics. the sales are offered at different times, sometimes disappearing within 5 minutes of showing up on the site. the deals will continue until december 22. ed: i guess after halloween it goes really quickly. just like boom. j.c.: everything around you.
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is found alive two weeks after disappearing in a malaysian forest. was found today, about three miles from an airport. rescue crews say he was weak, and hadn't had food for 10 days. but he was able to speak and eat on his way to the hospital. nearly 70 people had been searching for gaskell for six days after his family reported him missing. ed: all in all, he looks pretty good for being exposed to that for 10 days. anchor: breaking news at 5:00,
in her own home. antoinette: trick-or-treat surprise. anchor: how this ended up in one child's bag of goodies. anchor: ready for november warmth? how much it is going to warm up and how long it will last. >> a whole list of things. anchor: a new recipe to relieve painful cramps. why a prize winners say it works. >> from boston's news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 5:00. anchor: breaking news, a violent home invasion and police are searching for suspects. anchor: a 70-year-old woman tied up before being robbed at knifepoint. police were called to the home on stephanie anne lane this morning. newscenter 5's juli mcdonald is live at that the scene with the breaking details. juli? reporter: there is no sign of
men made into their house and tied at a 70-year-old woman in her bedroom with dr.. -- with duct tape. police tell us they were wearing black ski masks with black clothing. the victim was able to identify that they were around 5'8" and spoke with a slight accent. they held a her neck and demand of money and the location of any safes. there are a couple parts of this investigation that we police to believe that they might be familiar with the couple. >> it's still under investigation right now. we don't believe it was random that the house was just picked out off the street. you've been there; it's a dead end street. it's a cul-de-sac in the center of town. we don't believe it was a random