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>> breaking overnight, a car plunges into the charl river. the big mistake after crash. >> and also breaking this morning, janet reno has died. the health economicses claiming the life of the first woman u.s. attorney general. >> it is the last full day of presidential campaigning. what to election comes up fast. a search for a gunman in everett. that's on the eye for this monday morning. emily: commitment 2016, down to the wire, and we are getting a clearer look at what could happen in the battleground state tomorrow. good morning, i'm emily riemer.
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monday. >> look at this. it is, there is some sun back on the horizon. earlier sunrise but it is chilly, just 25 degrees in jaffrey. 24 in orange and notice worcester at 33. beverly in the north shore. 37 in boston with mid 30s down to taunton and new bedford, but 40s on the cape. even plymouth down this way, winds gusting to 20 miles per hour. and a bit of cloud cover coming off of a storm off the shore it is through plymouth county, clouds may linger and the skies should brighten up this afternoon. elsewhere, though, it is a bright, chilly start, so through 8:00, we're in the 30s, and lunchtime, mid 40s.
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4:30. looking for a high near 50 in boston, and about 5 is lowell to framingham and lots of upper 40s through the hoyle -- hilly terrain. and on the cape it will be a while but you will brighten up with temperatures around 50. much warmer tomorrow, and we'll check that election day forecast coming up. get you out to the roads, you will want to bring your sunglasses with you this morning. good morning. we're going to see the sunlight soon, a live look at the expressway here, northbound side heading to the top of the screen, and you can see the delays are stain the rest of your ride. so far just one disabled car is on route 3 by 228 northbound. not blocking any lanes, just a bit of volume. and then stop and go to the braintree split, once you get there, it is a half-hour on the expressway, braintree into boston, the pike is quiet, 15 to 20, 495 for 128, and heading north, 93 south, stop and go. once again delays near concord street, trains and buses on
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river in cambridge. investigates say there was a two-car accident at memorial drive and river street early this morning. the driver of this car here did not put the vehicle in park after the crash sending it right into the water. no one was in the car at the time. one person was injured in the crash and taken to the hospital. more breaking news, family members just announcing that janet reno who served as the nation's first female attorney general has died. reno became known for of controversies in the clinton administration including the forcible return of five-year-old elian gonzales to his father in cuba. reno died of complications from parkinson's disease. she was 78 years old. commitment 2016 right now, both candidates making their final move. it is the last full day on the trail after a bitter election battle and in over 24 hours now, it will all be in the hands of the voter.
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sera congi, in manchester, where the trump campaign will make a big push today in new hampshire. >> randy and emily, donald trump along with his running mate, mike pence, will appear here in manchester, new hampshire, tonight. right around midnight overnight trump addressed supporters in virginia, and he seized on the if she's findings about recently discovered clinton emails that they did not warrant criminal charges. >> right now she's being hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. unbelievable. >> trump had praised the fbi director james comey after he renewed the inquiry into whether clinton mishandled classified information, but as you heard blasting the agency for moving too quickly. now in the meantime the gop nominees will be pushing hard between trump and pence, they are set to make stops in
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minnesota, and then tonight here in new hampshire. live in manchester, sera congi, newscenter 5. randy: thank you, hillary clinton and tim kaine will be pushing hard today and they will get some big help in new england. erika here is tracking the democrats. erika: the clinton camp getting a boost from the campaigner. president barack obama will be in new hampshire this afternoon headlining a rally at unh. the democrats also zeroing in on those battleground states. pennsylvia carolina, florida, and virginia on their list. in manchester, clinton urged supporters not just to cheer but to vote. >> when your kids and grandkids ask you what you did in 2016, when everything was on the line, i hope that you are able to say, you voted. you voted for a better, stronger, fairer america!
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killed in iraq and has become a fierce clinton supporter. the trail was crowded. bernie sanders campaigning for clinton in arizona last night and bill clinton rallied supporters in michigan. meantime recent polls have clinton inching ahead of trump, but of course the only polls that really matter will be the ones open tomorrow. emily: thank you. this is what the battleground map looks like this morning. clinton projected to get 275 electoral votes, and that's more than the 2 new hampshire is one of the few states up to grabs and donald trump hopes to turn it red, and take more states away from clinton so we asked our political analysts what they are watching for in the final hour. >> turnout. does the obama coalition come out for hillary clinton? hispanic voting is up. millennial voters, do they come out and white suburban women. the key to this election. >> it's the people doing early voting that really matter. and when you look at that, she
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the ones that really matter. >> you can read the final pictures from trump and clinton right now on our mobile app. just click on politics. meantime, the fight over the big ballot questions in marbury heating up this morning. supporters and critics of question 2, both held rallies on the north shore. that question would allow the expansion of charter schools in the state. supporters say that students deserve better options while critics say that the public schools. now our special coverage begins tonight on election eve. newscenter 5 starts at 4:00 and at 7:00 a special edition of on the record, and then on election night newscenter 5's ben siminoe will be on the coverage at 4:00 p.m. randy: search minutes after 6:00, a deadly shooting is under investigation, witnesses
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where there are a lot of questions this morning. nicole: many questions remain. police confirming that someone was shot and killed. this morning a manhunt is underway for a gunman. police say it happened around 2:00 p.m. on sunday afternoon here on ferry street. investigators on the scene for hours. one woman who did not want to appear on camera was in the area at the time. she heard the gunshots and called 9-1-1. >> it's nonsense that this violence is going on, you know. it's tough. i pray for the family and that this doesn't happen again. this violence has to stop. >> the victim, a man was taken to the hospital. that's where he was pronounced dead. his identity not being released this morning. nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: all right, nicole, a 70-year-old man is dead after being hit by a truck in
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no charges have been filed against the driver who we are told did stay at the scene. investigates say that it does not appear that the victim was in a crosswalk. >> salem, new hampshire, a woman is expected in court after police say that her seven-year-old daughter accidentally ran over her two-year-old daughter. amylynn boehm is facing criminal charges. she gave her car keys to the seven-year-old to start the car back in september. that's when the girl backed over the toddler. the t boehm is facing child endangerment charges. >> an earthquake in oklahoma is still rattling nerves, the man made cause of some of those tremors. and a holiday shopping scam where you might not expect t the purchases that could get you in trouble. new this morning, what is really in your beauty products? why it's not heavily regulated and what a local business is doing about it.
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attorney general, as died from complications from parkinson's disease. she was 78. also a car rolls into the charles river in cambridge. police say one of the drivers involved in a crash forgot to put the car in park after getting out of it. no one was in the car when it hit the water. >> and the clouds this morning on cape cod, otherwise clear skies now, and sunshine today, and warming things up for election day tomorrow. take a look at the temperatures. as you are heading out the door it is a chilly start. lots of 30s 33, clear skies, if you are heading out the door in
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randy: let's see some moves here. all right! yes. 6. >> and up and over and yes. they have been around a quarter of a century. >> and one of our people here is a graduate of the school. >> sure. >> we are looking forward to a performance. >> we would love to see your wakeup call so record it on the phone and upload it to ulocal
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>> we can do this. >> can we? >> ok, this is terrible. >> please sign her up. >> please help me. >> we need some guidance. commuters heading out this morning. there is this bright thing in their eyes. it is 6:14, and look at that. that is worcester right now, so yeah, now that we are back to standard time, the sun is up an hour earlier at 6:26 this morning, but we're still losing about two per day, so a month from now we're back to the 7:00 a.m. sunrises and look at that, in early january, a quarter past 7:00 so we'll take the sunlight while we can get it but chilly. we have had this choald pocket of air sitting over the northeast, promoting instability, and that is shifting out today, and it's going to allow a ridge of high pressure, so we are warming things up tomorrow for election day, and that warmth lingers into wednesday before we start to cool things down, so the
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below average, and 60s tomorrow, and average is 55, and notice we will start to trend cooler than that as we head towards the end of the week. out the door, look at these readings, 24 in orange, and 33 in worcester, we're running in the lower 30s on the north side shore into boston, and plymouth is 40 degrees, and we also have mid 40s on the cape. this is where we have more wind, gusty out the door. and those winds are coming in off the ocean, so they are promoting some cloud cover, big storms off the shore, and this is moving out, butt push out for you. so through about lunchtime, there will be cloudiness from time to time here from plymouth all the way down to the south coast and out to the cape and thereafter the skies should brighten up. so a lot of sunshine for the rest of us today, already as the high pressure noses in, still in the upper 30s at 8:00, and mid 40s at lunchtime and when the sun goes down it's only
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mid to upper 40s, and 50 on kaid cod today, we're back down in the 20s and 30s, and mainly clear overnight, and the high pressure nosing in tomorrow, so it's a bright, sunny one for election day, and west, southwesterly wind burst in the milder air, here's a front, and this will cross on wednesday with a few showers, and not looking for much moisture, only a tenth or two of an inch, and out ahead of it tomorrow, what a treat for election day, and sunshine, and lower 60s, as warm as 64 in norwood tomorr wednesday, and there could be a few around for the morning commute, and they will shift down towards the cape. we'll dry things out, and then the temperatures start to tumble, we're back down into the lower 50s here to end the week and 40s this weekend. the coldest air that we have seen. could be some flurries around on saturday. >> i am not ready, personally. no. thank you, cindy. so far, it's a quiet start with the exception of the volume. we have the delays here on the expressway. this is a check northbound
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screen. let's go to the maps. the story across the board if you are making your way south, 24 building volume out of brockton, and also watching a disabled car, this is on route 3 north by 228, and not seeing too many delays passing that, and once you get by it, delays to the braintree split. from there the expressway, 23 minutes, and along the pike now, about 20, 49520128, and if your trip takes you north, route 3 slow, and also heavy on 93, south as you travel out of methuen into andover and more delays down to the spot pond. trains and buses emily. >> thank you, right now officials in oklahoma are assessings the damage from a 5.0 damage earthquake. it hit last night and this morning. there is concern it might have damaged key infrastructure in the oil hub town of curbing. minor injuries were reported. the state has had thousands of earthquakes in recent years, nearly all traced to the underground injection of wastewater left over from oil and gas production. randy: taking a look at the
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hours after the fbi said it found no evidence warning criminal charges against hillary clinton. here at home u.s. stock futures are higher. and after the release of friday's jobs report, shows solid job gains, and a rise in wages. there is a hint that the federal reserve rate increase could happen as early as next month. a warning as you shop this holiday season, there are hundreds of fake retail applications, apps discovered in the apple app store and these ar popular retailers like foot locker and nordstroms and zappos, and the global is reporting that some of these apps contain malware that can steal your personal information. >> new this morning, the average woman uses 12 beauty products from lotions to makeup and many of us assume that they are safe. but in reality, there is no regulation for many of these products, and that's prompted a business owner to be the change. inside this store in beacon
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natural products carefully chosen by the owner. outside her doors are the reasons that she started this business. more than 1300 beauty product ingredients banned in europe compared to just 11 in the u.s. >> i cannot believe that there are no laws governing what we're putting on our bodies and our family's bodies. >> according to the environmental working group more than 10,000 ingredients are used to make a variety of personal care products, including lotions, creams, and to do deodorants. >> there is no regulation. the really unknown fact is a lot of what is sold, and we put on our skin, is not regulated, and we don't really know what the ingredients do, if anything. >> there is legislation pending to change that.
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collins, would give the fda more power but places like this hope to fill the gap. >> we have become a place for people to learn and ask those questions. >> there are several online resources to check ingredients. environmental working groups skin deep project is one of them, and if you want to try out the natural beauty we have two diy recipes on our app that you can make with ingredients you may already have at home, just click on health. >> the doctor's comments, unbelievable. we anything. >> yeah. >> surprising. >> a new bedford native makes a big play, and police in australia confiscated a bag with an unusual surprise inside. >> and in eyepoppers, erika? >> new at 6:30, an apparent trick on young voters in maine. the flyers some think were meant to confuse college students. and a new clue in a murder in boston. the photo police want you to see. also a toddler recovering after being grazed by a bullet in
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morning. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. i'm kelly ayotte.:
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throwing millions in false, negative ads... i'm out here knocking down every lie... because new hampshire deserves better. that's why i'm batting for good-paying jobs, to protect social security and medicare... ...and help families pay for college... i approved this message because no matter what they're throwing at me... i'll never stop fighting for you. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree,
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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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>> i'm with the beach boys, and we are looking forward to seeing randy price and all our friends and fans in boston for the mission gratitude concert supporting and saluting our veterans and their families. we hope to see you there. until then, good morning eyeopener. randy: good morning, and thank you mike love, and i will be seeing you tonight for the beach boys in concert, and we are inviting everyone to join us, this is called mission gratitude, a tribute to our military men and women, and it military. and i have got all the information on my facebook page, and we are proud to support this event as boston's community leader tonight. >> fantastic, randy. great job on that. and you can see that there are some clouds lingering on the cape this morning, but that's about it. elsewhere, the skies are clear, and it is chilly. take a look at the temperatures right now. lots of 20s and 30s, although 40s on the cape where we have the clouds over the next 12 hours, and it's a slow process but the skies brighten
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to 50 degrees, elsewhere the 12-hour forecast gives us lots of sunshine with temperatures on the chilly side, around 50 degrees out there today, and mild for election day tomorrow, we are warming up into the lower 60s, and a chance of showers coming in on wednesday. >> all right, thank you. time for the eyepoppers. olessa, talk about getting off on the right foot. >> absolutely. new bedford native jordan toddman received the opening kick-off for the colts yesterday and took it 99 yards for a touchdown. wasn't even ran it to the end zone against green bay, and he was given the game ball after the colts' win. randy: and all the way. olessa: and quite the surprise for an arresting officer in australia, a koala in a woman's tote bag. they were arresting the woman on an outstanding warrant when they asked if she wanted to say anything, and she told them that she had rescued a baby koala, and it was in her tote bag.
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health. >> joey. >> need the nails trimmed but other than that. >> a little mess there. >> a cutey. olessa: thank you. why not. emily: tablets and smart phones. the products targeting young minds, and firefighters may never know what caused a fire in boston. the hurdles making a mystery for investigates. and a live look here as the sun comes up this morning. good morning to all our friends out in worcester. it is still a chilly morning, though, even though that in mind as you are heading
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and down to the wire. and going nonstop. >> we will call this the midnight special speech. >> donald trump hurling accusations overnight, and then heading to new england. >> and today hillary clinton gets some big name help in the same state. breaking overnight, a car ends up in the charles river. the mistake after a crash that ended in a big splash. >> and a big clue that could solve a brazen boston murder, on
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>> 6:30 on monday morning, and nice and bright, it is, as we look at the traffic moving on interstate 93, and summerville, good morning and thank you for joining us, i'm randy price. >> and i'm emily riemer, nice out this hour. >> it is nice. sun out, 6:26, and we're back to standard time, although you know what's on the back end. >> i know. >> and 4:30, and sun i >> right. >> the rest of the world, though , we apologize but we're enjoying it. there it is across the worcester area, and you can see the sun is up over the horizon now, we're losing a couple of minutes of daylight each day, so by the next month here, a month from now, december 7, the sun is back up at 7:00 a.m., and just keeps getting later through early january, so a sign of the times. it is chilly, bundle up.
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keen, to the mid 30s in the taunton area and new bedford but from plymouth down to the cape, it is at 40 or higher, and we have a gusty wind and cloud cover here, the clouds, the ocean effect, they are coming in off that northerly wind, and there is a storm off the shore that's moving away and the high pressure is going to nose in, so the skies will brighten, and elsewhere it's clear but through lunchtime, and there will be some cloudiness from time to time, in southeastern massachusetts, and slow recovery with the temperatures in upper 30s, and lunchtime, 47, and you can see the sunset at 4:30, and the high temperatures today, struggle to reach 50, and a few spots, 51 in lowell and framingham and a lot of upper 40s through worcester, and south of town, 51 in taunton, 49 in plymouth, and notice it's around 50 on the cape with brightening skies. got a warmup for election day, let's go out to the roads right now. see how we're doing out there. >> thank you, so it's not too bad on the roads with the exception of volume. no accidents to report so that's
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go to the maps, and check the rest of the rides, we have the delays on route 3 by 228, and there is a disabled car there on the shoulder, so a bit of extra volume, and 24 slow out of brockton also 95, delays from sharon and your ride on the expressway, half-hour, braintree into boston. and along the pike east, 25 minutes, 495 to 128, and delays building on 93 south, from 495 to 128, and right now, it's about a 30-minute ride and from there, down to the lever connector, add another 20 to 25. running on schedule. >> we are following breaking stories on the eye and erika is tracking the new information as it comes in on this monday. >> randy, the nation's first female attorney general has died. janet reno was 78 years old, her family says that she died from complications from parkinson's disease. her career sought several controversies, including the deadly raid on the branch davidian compound in waco, texas. more breaking news in cambridge, a crash that ended with a car in
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driver didn't put his vehicle in park after the crash on memorial drive. sending it into the water. one person was taken to the hospital. and new overnight, a new poll giving hillary clinton the edge in battleground new hampshire. the survey gives her an 11-point lead over donald trump. independence made up 39% of the polling samples. randy: there is outrage in maine after what appears to be a scam to keep some college students from voting. the main democratic party says that this fake flyer was circulating saying students must pay to reregister their driver's licenses in order to vote. obviously that is not true. the democratic party chairman claims that it is an attempt to stifle the millennial vote. >> right now a new clue in a boston murder and police are asking for the public's help. doug meehan is live with the photos that investigates want you to see. doug? >> emily, there is still no
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jesse about a month ago, and this morning police are asking for your help, the public's help in finding a car that was last seen in the area of the fatal shooting here in roxbury. boston police released this photo of a black or dark blue newer model nissan ultima. it was back in october that a florida man was found suffering from gunshot wounds in the area of ziegler and deerborn street. that was at about 5:30 at night. he was tako the orlando sentinel newspaper reporting that he was a suspect in a murder in florida at the time of the killing, and anybody with information is asked to call boston police. we're live in roxbury this morning, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you, firefighters say that they may never know what caused this deadly fire in roxbury. one person was killed. a second severely burned when this fire broke out on saturday on george street.
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herald the physical evidence that would lead to a cause is a pile of rubble. the home was recently condemned and residents did complain about the squatters. >> new information right now after a deadly rollover crash in west port, the driver, 25-year-old cassandra camacho leaves behind a four-year-old son. the car that she was driving hit a median barrier on interstate 195 early yesterday morning. she was thrown from the vehicle. five other people were injured. the passengers are survive. potential threats to kids' health coming from electronic tablets. the they say it could lead to bad choices and a toddler hit by a bullet in brockton. the timing making this scare especially troubling for one neighborhood, and breaking overnight, janet reno, the first woman to serve as the u.s. attorney general has died of complications from parkinson's
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>> good morning, is there something about your commute or a traffic mystery? ask olessa, tweet me or email, i will get answers and share them on the eyeopener. so far this morning the roads are quiet, volume here on the bridge. the lever connector, southbound side heading towards the bottom of the screen but no accidents to report so that's good news and overall a quiet start but there are heavy delays. cindy, what's that? >> i know, it is -- what time is it? we're back to standard time, and chilly out the door. 30s in boston, some 20s on the map this morning, as well, and we only recover to 50, a warmup coming for election day tomorrow and a few showers, and on wednesday those will cool us down. randy. randy: thank you, and right now a todd whrer is recovering after being hit by a bullet inside of a brockton home. the three-year-old was playing with his siblings when he was grazed by that bullet. this was saturday afternoon when
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outside of his grandmother's house on bartlett street. family members found him bleeding from his leg. his mother is now calling for all of the violence in the neighborhood to end. >> they need to stop because innocent people are being hurt. >> police are still searching for suspects. the shooting came as an anti-violence rally was being held right nearby. emily: following breaking news, the fender-bender leading to bigger problems in cambridge, campaigning in the presidential race. two factors that could have a big impact on the election. and a neighborhood under siege. the normally docile animals lead to get a 9-1-1 call. a live look out here in worcester. good morning as the sun is coming up. great to see that this morning. news to go is coming up right
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kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. ? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities.
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but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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>> it is 6:43, and the eyeopener team is ready with your news to go. sarah and erika are covering the final moves. nicole is in everett. and doug is in boston this morning. randy: and cindy is right here with your forecast for monday. >> you have got it. a cold start to this monday, with a cold weekend, but look in the middle of the country. moderation here of the temperatures. >> yeah. >> that's coming our way. >> all right. >> changes are coming. just in time for election day,
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start to cool things down for the end of the week, so keep that in mind, the warmup is coming as you step out to 28 in nashua, and clear skies for you, 29 in bedford, and you can see worcester 33, and boston at 37, so it is a chilly start this morning, and then as you get down to plymouth and the cape, we are running in the 40s. we have stronger wind, and also a bit of cloud cover that northerly wind wrapping around a storm system that is shifting off the shore, the high pressure is nosing in, so although most of us havehe clouds on the cape this morning. in the middle of the country we have that warmup, we also have showers and those will be moving in on wednesday. so lots of sunshine. we'll clear things out. 50 degrees there, the same in boston but only mid to upper 40s out through the worcester hills. brighter skies this afternoon, and clear skies overnight. the temperatures of going to drop again. we're down in the 20s and
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more of a west, southwesterly flow developing and that brings in the milder air, and you can see this front off to the west, and this will come through with limited moisture on wednesday. so a few showers, not a washout of a day, maybe a tenth or two of rain and that's about it. we're in the lower 60s for the election day, and on tuesday, and wednesday, mid 50s, with the few showers around. all right, let's go back out to the roads, olessa, busier out there. >> we're watching the volume building on route 1 in saugus, southbound side heading to the top of the screen, and you can see the delays already in place, check the rest of the ride, no accidents to report. we're watching a disabled car on route 3 northbound by 228, just about out of there, and 30 to 35 minutes on the expressway, and braintree into boston, and some delays along the pike, right now it's about a 25 to 30-minute ride from 495 for 128, heading north of town, 93 southbound, a stop and go ride from 495 for 128, 35 minutes, and from there, down to the lever connector, add another half-hour to your commute, trains and buses are running on schedule. emily.
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that ended with a car in the charles river. this is video in overnight from cambridge. firefighters say that the cars collided at memorial drive and river street. after that, one driver didn't put the vehicle in park, so it rolled into the river. no one was inside at the time. also breaking overnight, the nation's first female attorney general is being remembered. janet reno died of complications from parkinson's disease. reno served in the clinton administration and wa k she was also at the center of several controversial cases, including when she authorized five-year-old elian gonzales to be seized from family in miami and sent back to his father in cuba. and we're close now to the final lap in the race for the white house. the candidates busy today. >> focusing on the key battleground states, and the eyeopener reporter is covering the campaigns and we begin with sera congi.
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sera: donald trump and mike pence will appear here tonight in manchester. around midnight at a rally in virginia, trump railed against the fbi for saying said criminal charges are not warranted, in the recently discovered clinton email. >> and now it's up to the american people to deliver the justice. >> trump claims that clinton is being protected by what he calls a rigged system. after the head of the fbi recently discovered emails. now trump and pence have a busy schedule ahead on this last full day of campaigning. traveling to five states as well as new hampshire tonight. live in manchester, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> of course, new hampshire a big stop for democrats, as well, president barack obama headlines a rally this afternoon at unh, other battleground states with events include pennsylvania, michigan, north carolina, and florida, and virginia.
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division or unity. between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon. >> polls do have clinton slightly ahead of trump, part of the advantage due to early voting but the race, of course, still extremely close. >> a new poll released overnight giving clinton a double-digit lead in new hampshire. the final unh granite state poll has clinton leading trump 49-38%. the same poll shows mag ayotte in the u.s. senate race. >> and seems the election has sparked a larger turnout of latino voters, especially in the crucial state of florida in that coveted state, a million of the nearly 6.2 million early votes were cast by hispanics. that's an increase of almost 75% over 2012, and analysts say one-third of the early voters did not vote in that previous election. breaking overnight,
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there is a resolution, the city has reached a tentative contract with the transit agency employees, there had been concern that the voters would not be able to get to the polls tomorrow, if the public transportation system was not running, it will be. >> our special coverage begins tonight on election eve. newscenter 5 starts at 4:00 p.m. and at 7:00 a special edition of on the record. and then on election night tomorrow, ben simmoneau and j.c. monahan will be in new york city with the clinton and trump starts at 4:00 p.m. >> a manhunt underway this morning for a gunman in a fatal shooting here in everett. it happened around 2:00 postpone on sunday afternoon here on ferry street. investigates releasing few details surrounding the circumstances, only that a man was shot and killed, he was pronounced dead at the hospital, and now investigates spent several hours here yesterday, and again, they are searching for that gunman this morning. we are live in everett, nicole
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>> police have a new clue to an unsolved murder here in roxbury and they are asking for the public's help. take a look at this photo. police releasing this photo of the vehicle, it's a black or dark blue nissan ultima, and it was seen in the area at the time of the shooting, and back in early october, jesse dieusinor was begunked down in the area of deerborn and ziegler streets, it was believes he was the suspect in a murder, no arrests were made, and if you can help give police a cal meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. >> oklahoma communities are assessing the damage this morning from a 5.0 magnitude earthquake. the quake hitting last night and this morning. there was concern it might have damaged key infrastructure in the oil hub town of cushing. this is the fifth largest in the state's history. >> a 70-year-old man is dead after being hit by a truck in
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the driver who we are told did stay at the scene. investigates say that it does not appear that the victim was in a crosswalk. randy: a gasoline pipeline that exploded in alabama is back in service. one person was killed and four others hurt when the pipeline exploded on monday while crews were making repairs to correct a september spill. a piece of an excavation equipment hit the pipeline causing the blast. the four people injured remain in the hospital. >> three soldiers killed outside of a base identified. the defense department says that matthew llewelyn, kevin mcenroe, and james moriarty died when their convoy came under fire. >> a u.s.-backed militia group is fighting in syria to force isis out of the capital city of raqqa, the kurdish-led syrian forces began the mission on sunday. the united states, france, and britain have vowed air support and they believe that the battle
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between iraq and syria. >> a breach shutdown for twitter after another website announce as cyber attack. twitter went down early this morning but has yet to confirm the outage that lasted only a few minutes. that's after wikileaks posted to facebook it suffered a cyber attack on the publication servers, no word on if the two are connected. >> there is a new call this morning to protect kids from digital marketing for unhealthy foods. the world health organizations thathe targeted more through smart phones and tablets now. advertisers can track the locations to offer specific deals. some partner with gaming companies to make restaurants, important stops, in a game, the who wants more regulations and more parental supervision. >> and the nuggets bury the celtics in an early hall at the garden.
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the nuggets going into the second half with 77 on the board and the celtics never came back. 123-107 the final. >> a beautiful day and more than 1,000 people turned out for the pete brady 5k in beverly. running, walking, and wheeling to raise money for pete frates. his battle with als helped to inspire the ice bucket challenge. >> firefighters say that technology was key in rescuing two dogs fom framingham. the dogs hid in a kitchen closet when flames started on waverly street yesterday. the firefighters using a thermal camera to find them. and nobody else was inside the house at the time. the fire appears to be accidental. >> i am trying to get into my office on g street and davis, and i have this huge turkey surrounding my car, circling me. >> i can't go anywhere.
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>> it's almost embarrassing, but when you are surrounding, by turkeys, these turkeys were keeping people from their task in a northern california town. nobody was hurt. the turkeys eventually migrated away. >> that is a serious thing. >> they can be mean. >> they can be mean. >> they will go after you. >> stay away of the turkeys. >> i am just waiting for that to be a traffic story one day. wild turkeys on route 1 right here. a live look outside here in saus place, let's get to the maps and check your ride. a disabled car cleared by 228 northbound, a bit of volume from there, and up to the braintree split, and also stop and go on 24 out of brockton and 95 heavy from sharon, as you travel the expressway, 30 to 35, braintree into boston and along the pike, right now, a half-hour, 495 to 128, and 93 south, delays also in place, 40-minute ride from 495 heading down to 128 and more volume from there, and down to
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40 minutes, providence line has a couple of canceled trains and delays and everything else is running on schedule. >> the sunrise, it is early this morning. >> it is going but will take its time. look, there are low 20s on the map here out towards orange and keen, worcester 33, and boston 37, and then you get towards plymouth and the cape, and we're running at or above 40 degrees, the winds are quite gusty, gusting over 20 to 30 miles per hour. and there are more clouds down this way, and theselo storm that's moving away, and there is more ocean effect. they are going to hang on for a while so through lunchtime you will be in and out of cloud cover up to the plymouth area, and then those clouds thin out with more sunshine, and as the high pressure noses in, so although it will take some time for you on the cape the rest of us have bright sunshine throughout the day, and 8:00 a.m., we're up to 40 in boston, and lunchtime, temperature just 47, and getting to a high of 50, and that's it, in most areas, so
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we're back down in the 20s and 30s, but the skies are mainly clear, and tomorrow, the high pressure drops to the south, and we'll have more of a southwesterly wind and that's going to warm things up so nice and mild for election day, and front off to the west sends in a few showers on wednesday. on your election day forecast, low to some mid 60s. about 64 in norwood. and 50s on the cape. no reason not to vote tomorrow with lots of sunshine and mild air, and wednesday morning, the commute may feature a few light showers in the morning, and the showers will tend to towards the cape towards early afternoon and eventually off the shore, so behind those we're going to cool things off but in the mid 50s on wednesday and look at that, as we head towards the weekend. and some of the coldest air that we have seen, only in the 40s, on saturday and sunday, and there could be a few flurries around on saturday, so enjoy the 60s tomorrow. >> it does. >> you've been warned. >> yeah. >> and if you are on the go you can watch us, and we stream our program on the mobile app. >> and erika and cindy, we will
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of us back to our morning starting at 4:30 a.m. for election day, and we do have special coverage tonight, and specialon the record at 7:00 p.m. so tune in. >> and we're starting early on the day after the election at 4:00 a.m. so everything there
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good morning, america. race to the finish. hillary clinton and donald trump. making their final push for president on this final day before a historic vote. trump blasting the fbi after the stunning about face. clearing the cloud of suspicion over those new >> she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight day. our new poll shows a close race. a midnight rally. clinton calls on serious star power. >> everything you care about. everything i care about and i've worked for is at stake. >> both making the final plea to voters. and our powerhouse political


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