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ball crossing the street with her dog. this happened just before a: 30. the driver did stay on the scene. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. a teenager critically hurt after being hit by a car in dorchester. the driver of the pontiac gt state at the scene. impairment. the victim was taken to boston medical in critical condition. anchor: a traffic alert, this weekend starting tomorrow night. a stretch of the busy road will be shut down. this is one of the oldest bridges crossing the highway.
a final phase of the adelaide project. traffic will be due toward around the area. here is what will happen. they will crossover and then get back onto the highway. crews will be working on 128. same on the southbound side. highland avenue will be closed. local detours will be in place. >> the most important thing is there will be expected delays. the peak hours for travel are 1:00 to 4:00. we are going to encourage travel in public to travel earlier or later in that day. or if they can avoid the area,
delays and plan accordingly. >> >> the commute will be back to full. >> there will be police detours in place to help the project run as safely as possible. expect this to be going on to 3:00 sunday morning. >> area, let's take a live look. if i was quite a draw a picture, that is it. that is november. harvey: it is. it is often gloomy at times. they are sliding along the mass
. they are sliding southeastward. that is all we have nearby. a few scattered ones near albany. the general idea is for drawing and chillier weather deeper into this night and low pressure moves on. reinforcing cold front tomorrow. you will feel it more during the day tomorrow. we will tell you about the weekend coming up. >> five days until election are calling in their big guns. melania trump delivered her first solo speech of the general election campaign. and president obama rallied support for hillary clinton across the swing-state of florida. newscenter 5's maria stephanos is here with more. maria? reporter: it's crunch time for both candidates, and as polls continue to show a dead heat the campaigns are pulling out all the stops. as election season wind downs the campaigns are gearing up.
>> we are just five days away from the change you have been waiting for your entire life. >> as both candidates lean on their biggest supporters. >> all the projects we made go out the way if we elect donald trump. >> i have come here today to talk about m pennsylvania for the first time in the general election campaign. >> he pledged to in restore integrity. this is not an ordinary campaign. it is a movement. >> both candidates wrap up in north carolina. the race is locked in a tie.
poll showing clinton holding a two point lead with audie seven-tuan -- . >> it is up from 21% of likely voters. that benefited hillary clinton. now they are just about nine can now in the early votes. >> a new poll shows new hampshire voters giving trouble a slight lead over clinton. it is in the margin of error. two weeks ago the same poll gave clinton a slight lead over trumped. both campaigns are making a final push and new hampshire. banca held events -- her debt will be -- secretary clinton is not planning any trips herself
. the president will be in new hampshire on monday. the mobile app has you covered. wherever you are, town by town results. updated electoral college counts. any changes to the ballots. download it free at your app store. jc: a putter makes a disturbing discovery. a bundle of postcards residents are concerned someone is tampering with election information. they were intended to help registered voters find the right polling place. the mbta is launching a campaign to help keep passengers safe. they will try to drive home the
be tolerated. the campaign will encourage passengers to report sexual harassment. they are working with the boston rape crisis center and center for independent living. a generous donation will save christmas for millions of military families. toys for tots will replace gifts they lost in a fire last week. you can see the damage done. the donation will be made tomorrow. >> reebok is moving corporate headquarters to boston. they will lose their jobs or be asked to move to other states. no word yet on exactly where reebok will be setting up shop. the move is the result of cost-cutting at parent-company adidas, which purchased reebok
not sure that you've heard the cubs won the world series for the first time in more than a century. jc: when we come back, a look back on the epic game 7 and how president obama a lifelong white sox fan is reacting to his crosstown rival's historic win. anchor: plus, a local couple retires in their thirties? yeah, we're jealous too. find out how they pulled off this financial feat. showing a little more immature shirley changing. jc: a father facing charges after his son brought a gun to
100-and-eight years in the making. the chicago cubs defying the odds and beating the cleveland indians in game 7 of the world series. >> i cried. i cried like a little kid. you know, it hasn't been done in a century and some, so, you know, to be a part of this is definitely great. >> chicago, i love you, thank you. thanks for all the love. we're world champ, baby, yeah. reporter: the road to victory was torturous for cubs fans, holding a 3-run lead chicago called on overworked clo aroldis chapman, but the indians rallied with 3 runs in the 8h inning, including a game-tying two-run home run by rajai including a twcleveland startedo celebrate. but the cubs regrouped, after a 17 minute rain delay, they pushed two runs across in the
-- 10th inning. led by world series most valuable palyer ben zobrist. bthe indans wouldn't give up, they rallied for a run of their own but fell short when michael martinez grounded out to kris bryant to end the longest championship drought in baseball history. chicago erupting overnight. thousands of fans celebrating, soaking up the win that's been in the making for over a century . this afternoon, the city of chicago confirmed the cubs will have theic tomorrow. it's set to start 11 tomorrow morning. president obama is a lifelong white sox fan, but that didn't stop him from congratulating the cubbies. he tweeted, it happened @cubs win world series. that's change even this south sider can believe in. want to come to the white house before i leave? ed: that is very good.
drought and a little bit improvement. that is a teaser. let's talk about what is happening right now. not a lot of rain. boston, we have a couple of showers. it could come down slightly harder. wind is just shifting around to the west northwest. it will be a gradual process. i want you to notice, south of
wind is shifting around to the north west and north. in the 40's overnight tonight late, tomorrow not a huge temperature rise. increasingly colder. maybe they survive a trip to the cape. there will be some clouds. it is partial clearing. the afternoon gets sunnier. it will be breezier and chillier during the day tomorrow. we will develop some clouds.
when you keep an i on eastern and southeastern massachusetts the wind is going to become north and northeast. the air is chilly. a couple of showers near the coast. saturday enjoy the day. this is the weekend we fall back and change the clocks back one hour. at least we have relatively quiet weather about next week. it looks nice for election day.
>> not too shabby indeed. ed: imagine retiring in your thirties, simply by saving. a local couple did it. jc: and as they explained to the eyeopener's emily riemer, you can do it too. >> self-proclaimed frugal weirdos, liz and nate, are the husband and wife team behind, the frugalwoods, a blog documenting their lifestyle of extreme frugality. just how extreme? >> i haven't purchased any clothing in over two and a half ar >> in 2014, the pair lived in cambridge, working their dream jobs but also just working for the weekend. so they took a hard look at what they really wanted, a meaningful life on a homestead in vermont and retirement, in their thirties. >> once we made that realization, it suddenly became very easy for us to cut out a lot of extraneous spending and to really instead focus on what matters to us. reporter: liz says you can do it, too. first, decide what you want out of life, and figure out how your
>> having a goal, short term goals, long term goals is the key to building your finances and getting a handle on your financial life. reporter: second, decide on the steps to take to reach your goal and stick with it for at least a month. after that, reassess what's working and what's not. >> the point of frugality and the point of financial freedom is to give yourself less stress, less anxiety and more peace. jc: another tip, the couple recommends the finance website, peal accounts and your money. ed: if you would like to dig further into it all you have to do is head to our mobile app and click on tv. jc: you shouldn't have any of these devices if you're living frugal. ed: interesting dilemma. when we come back the latest on a new class-action lawsuit against samsung, over the company's exploding phones. but first, let's see what's
5: northeastern being sued by a student. why she says the university failed to protect her after she was sexually assaulted on campus. the slot machine told her she hit it big really big
43 million dollars. but the casino says it was a mistake. the story behind the jackpot denied, sportscenter 5's mike lynch checking in with tom brady. one-on-one. the quarterback opening up about his future.
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laguardia airport in new york. the trip comes with a few perks. travelers get a free cup of coffee with their boarding pass, fresh baked goods, and even complimentary beer or wine. and anyone who flies the route between now and the end of january will get 6,000 extra points to put toward future jetblue flights. jc: the first, class action lawsuit is filed against samsung over the company's exploding note 7 phones. the suit, filed yesterday in california, blames the company for several frightening incidents. caught fire near his bed, where his child was sleeping. samsung did not comment on the suit. the company has already recalled and ceased production on the note 7 model. ed: more ahead at 4:30 today. jc: how you can get your hand on history. first let's take a look at wall
massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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>> more than a thousand pieces of disney history are hitting the auction block. jc: they date back to 1955. the items were obtained from collectors. at the store and online. anchor: dollar to get in. the rides were 10-30 cents each. >> right now at 5:00, the race to the finish. >> they are investigating, it is likely to yield an indictment. >> i don't believe we are at our best when we don't care about
trail. >> a gun brought to school. >> what a third-grader was doing with it and what his dad is doing about it. >> the connection between football and dramatic brain disease. >> wcvb newscenter 5 at 5:00. jc: out just now with a report highly critical of the way the baker administration investigated a private party one of its own members threw. the top two officials of the department of conservation and recreation through a private party on the third of july. they used taxpayer resources to send out invitations and golf carts that whisked guests to vip seating.
they did was flawed. that investigation found that the party cost taxpayers about $800. but the comptroller says it really cost the taxpayers nearly we'll have more on this later $2600. tonight. ben: donald trump and hillary clinton going into overdrive. jc: both candidates and their surrogates out in full force on the campaign trail. newscenter 5's nichole berlie joins us with the final push, nichole? near, the presidential race gets even tighter. both candidates are in high gear, making appearances in north carolina, a must-win for both. the race for north carolina could go down to the wire. donald trump making a strong push to keep the tar heel state red. earlier today trump rallied supporters in florida trying to lock down more early votes. >> this is a movement like they've never seen in the country.