tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 10, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
the lower 60s monday into tuesday. it's a mild start to the week. storm looks like it could be heading our way toward the middle of the week. we'll have more details as the eyeopener continues. >> presidential protests sweeping the country. the show of frustration in boston and other major cities. >> a cordial moment between critics. what to expect today as the president welcomes donald trump to the white house. >> violence inside a b school. the weapon going undetected. on the eye for this thursday morning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> nationwide, anti-trump protests erupts hours ago. good morning. i'm emily riemer. >> i'm randy price. this was the rally in chicago. we're going to take a closer look at the tension. >> first, i want to check in with cindy for a look at your forecast. a mild start.
in boston. the skies have cleared out. however, there's wind out there, especially in the cape. so that wind will be noticeable. windchills are running a little bit colder than these readings. we have dropped to 29 on the thermometers in orange. 34 worcester, 40 in boston. mid-to-upper 40s in the cape where we have a little bit of cloud cover lingering here. otherwise, we've got clear skies, high pressure nosing in. today will feature a blend of sun and clouds. clouds may fill in from the north and west. in between, good amount of sunshine, especially by lunch. sun is up at 6:29. by lunch, we're around 50 degrees. we should top out in the lower 50s this afternoon. looking for a high of 53 boston, low 50s on the cape and as warm as 54 in lawrence today. not a bad thursday weatherwise. let's get you to the roads. >> good morning. live look. a check of the expressway.
the northbound side, so far so good. overnight construction left over 93 by route 24 northbound side. that's on the shoulder. construction wrapped up by highland avenue. pike is quiet. 15-minute eastbound ride 495 to 128. 93 south no problem. so far trains and buses on schedule. >> protests coast to coast continuing in the overnight hours. thousands of people in cities ar streets following the election of donald trump. the demonstrations a display of division after a call for unity from the president-elect. >> the eyeopener's sera congi. >> they chanted "not my president," considered one of the largest protests in boston. an estimated 4,000 walking to
parts of beacon and boylston streets shut down by the demonstration. chants of "we will not be silenced"erupting from the crowd. >> there's a lot of pain especially for people of color. >> it hurts my heart that people are fearful for their lives. >> the protests were peaceful. police did not make a single arrest. sera congi, >> in just hours, the president-elect will take a critical step toward assuming the oval office. he'll meet with a man who has been a fierce critic -- president obama. erika tarantal is here to set the stage for what we can expect today. >> there's been a lot of talking about coming together, but there's no question this meeting could be awkward. here's what to watch for today. president obama will welcome president-elect trump at the white house at 11:00 this morning.
michelle obama will meet with melania trump. vice president joe biden will sit down with mike pence. we're getting a clearer picture of what a trump white house could look. alabama senator jeff sessions, rudy giuliani, and chris christie, newt gingrich. abc news will have a special report when the president-elect arrives at the white house today. you can watch that on channel 5. is backing away from his proposal to ban muslims from entering the u.s. if you go to his campaign website, the statement issued months ago has disappeared. that ban called for a shutdown of muslims from entering the country until lawmakers, quote, figure out what is going on. the president-elect has a new website asking for your ideas. greatagain.gov launched by trump's transition team is up and running this morning.
for national security and the economy there. new numbers show worcester voters went to the polls in the largest numbers in 40 years. the telegram reports preliminarily estimates show more than 65,000 worcester residents voted tuesday. those account for nearly 63% of the worcester residents registered to vote. the city saw its highest voter turnout in 1976, the election between ford and carter. nationally, voter turnout this morning, especially in urban areas. >> there are concerns from parents and students at a boston high school where a student was stabbed. the eye's todd kazakiewich is there with steps being taken. >> the student was stabbed in the cafeteria. the question is, how was another student able to bring a knife into school in the first place?
out yesterday, leading to one of the teens involved being stabbed in the leg. the victim is expected to recover. the stabbing suspect was arrested. no word this morning on what charges that student is facing. there will be an increased police presence here at the school this morning in addition to counselors on hand in case any students need to talk. reporting live in brighton, todd kazakiewich, wcvb newscenter 5. >> todd, thank you. a bw representing a plainville woman. prosecutors say is responsible for her boyfriend's suicide. a judge ruled evidence on michelle carter's cell phone and laptop can be used in the case against her. the judge also ruled statements she made to police can also be used in the upcoming trial. a boyfriend, 18-year-old conrad roy, killed himself by filling his truck with carbon monoxide from the exhaust in 2014. a salem, massachusetts police
man in custody at the police station. investigators say brian butler fondled the inmate and performed a sex act on him in a police headquarters broom closet last week. butler, married to the salem police chief, mary butler. he's on paid leave from his job. >> 5 investigates exposing secret deals for police officers accused of misconduct. they are called carney letters and they are in which prosecutors agree not to pass criminal charges so that officers will talk about what has happened. some of the allegations are serious, including leaving the scene of an accident, obstruction of justice and excessive force. in some situations, the officers are allowed to quietly leave the force and find work in other sensitive public positions. attorney general maura healy is defending the carney letter deal.
officers? >> no. to the contrary. i think all of these situations that are taken very seriously -- carney is a way to hold police officers accountable for alleged wrongdoing when there isn't a way to proceed criminally against that officer. >> one expert tells 5 investigates a new system in which these agreements are more easily accessible would build confidence that officials are creating transpare transpare transparent -- transparency. >> john basler was found guilty in a crash that killed susan macchi and her daughter, juliet. he was acquitted on motor vehicular manslaughter and
he's suspended without pay. probation and fans for the couple involved with a deadly tainted steroid outbreak. douglas and carla pleaded guilty to illegally hiding bank account withdrawals. they were sentenced to probation and about $60,000 fine. carla was the majority owner at new england compounding center linked contaminated steroids. >> new this morning, raising kinder kids. research making empathy a way of life. >> the boost new balance hopes trump will provide. >> upset voters making their voices heard. this anti-trump protest in saint
happy friday. >> good advice. awesome demonstration. thank you so much, guys. >> show off what you have learned at school with a wake-up call like they did. you can record it on your phone and then upload it to ulocal using ou >> so coordinated. >> i know, right. they've got it [laughter] >> the temperatures have been up and down a lot. we're going to keep that going. mother nature can't decide whether to be up or down. [laughter] >> 61 yesterday in boston. that was despite the cloud cover. we're going to be running closer to average today into tomorrow and then look what happens on saturday. we are dipping way down.
because we rebound on sunday. tomorrow into saturday, that jet stream is taking a dip here over the northeast. that will bring down some of the coldest air of the season. but it doesn't last because the jet starts to lift northward on sunday and temperatures will be moderating once again. so up and down with the temperatures. right now it's 29 in orange. mid and upper 40s in the cape. you'll notice the breezy active this morning, making it there are clouds on the south shore down to the cape and the island where we did showers into the overnight. those are long gone now and the clouds will be clearing out later this morning. we've got high pressure from the west. this is going to give us a nice day and a frontal system tomorrow. we've got sunshine midday into the early afternoon. by late afternoon, a few clouds may spill from the north. so north and west of boston
but it's a pretty quiet day. the winds shift around to the southwest as we get into the afternoon. that is a mild wind direction for us. so look at these highs to around 50 in worcester, 53 in boston, close to average for this time of year. as warm at 54 nashua. lower 50s on cape cod. so a pretty nice afternoon on the way. tonight doesn't get that cold because the winds continue from the southwest. we're mostly in the 40s overnight. we start out mild tomorrow, but by noon, here comes this front. as it drops th passing clouds. but, wow, the winds pick up behind it in the afternoon and usher in much colder air. so veterans' day the an impact weather day. gusty winds lunchtime through the evening hours. we could see gusts close to or surpassing 30 miles per hour. windchills will be an issue saturday morning. it's going to feel like it's in the 20s. windchills hold in the 30s throughout the day.
temperatures in the 50s in the afternoon sunday. but sunday night into monday morning, check out the moon. it's a supermoon. this is the closest full moon we have had since back in 1948. so nearly 70 years. it's also going to make the tides very high. so toward the middle of next week on wednesday, a chance of rain coming in, that could lead to coastal flooding. we'll keep an eye on that for you. >> i'm looking at that 60-something. >> that's not bad. that's is doing. >> the ride has been busy. a live look for you. in the distance is 93 and sommerville. this stretch of 93 looks good. we're watching a problem north of town, 93 crash in andover. right now they have the right and left lane closed and only the center lane is getting by. so expect delays there, minor injuries reported.
connector. once past that, the rest of the ride is quiet. all the construction wrapped up. south of town, 24 looks good, route 3 as well. trains and buses on schedule. >> two police officers shot south of pittsburgh. the shooting happened about 3:30 this morning in canonsburg. there's no word on the condition of those continues for a suspect. we are following this. we'll bring more information as it comes in. >> to your economy. world stocks rebounded overnight, jumping from their lowest levels since the brexit vote. u.s. stock futures are higher. investors looking for the latest jobless report due out. new balance getting behind the president-elect. in a statement, the sneaker
president will move in the right direction, they say. new balance has been a critic of president obama's trans-pacific partnership, part of the t.p.p. lifts the import tax made in vietnam. new balance says the deal would kill the attempt of new balance to make a running shoe with 100% american parts. >> future of a proposed twin while voters approved the casino in the statewide, there are 800 mail-in ballots to be counted. hotel, entertainment, and restaurants. twin rivers remains cautiously optimistic. >> there's a warning about vitamin d. some doctors say we may be getting too much. according to the new england
been misunderstandings about the recommended amount of vitamin d. less than 6% of americans ages 1-70 are vitamin d deficient. 15 minutes of sun and vitamin d-rich foods like cheese, salmon and spinach should be all you need. >> bullying is always a concern for parents. >> not that your child could be a target, but also the source of it. >> we want to raise compassionate kids. that doesn't necessarily happen automatically. being kind can require practice. >> it's about really showing and teaching these kids that what they say matters. >> deana created a curriculum of caring. she's the needham mom behind choose to be nice, a program spreading in local elementary
only been going for about a year and a half. >> i worry about about the lack of civility in our country. >> a real problem, say researchers. >> we seem to be elevating achievement as the primary goal. >> co-director of the project at harvard which surveyed students and teachers. >> we say, all i want is for you to be happy. what if we said, all i want is for you to b kindness and empathy and help kids practice. >> it's like learning a sport. it's helping neighbors. >> overpraise for doing the right thing. make it an expectation. >> it's not giving your kid a trophy if they clear the table. >> and get kids involved in meaningful service experiences. >> you want to expand their circle of concern. >> that can be done by doing a project in another part of the country or even just in the community.
not just having manners. that can be confused with kindness. you can say thank you but not mean it. talk about how people who may be in service positions are helping you and talk about their lives with your kids. >> all right, erika, thanks. still ahead this morning, a 93-year-old woman doing something she never dared to do before. the moment making her bucket list a little bit shorter this morning. >> a dream come true for a boy. the moment he'll never forget, courtesy of >> a mystery after kids find a man shot in the woods. the clue that would help police find the shooter. >> another look at some of the overnight anti-trump protests. this was the rally in dallas, texas. the march comes despite calls for unity from democrats and republicans. >> a half-hour of news at the top of hour. >> newscenter 5 at 4:00.
high five from mike lynch tonight on newscenter 5 at 6:00. cindy? >> temperatures pretty seasonal. it's chilly this morning but quiet. clouds exiting the cape. clouds to the north may come in late in the day. look at your temperatures this morning. a lot of 30s in the suburbs, although we're 40 in boston. look at your north shore als it's a nice recovery with sun and clouds. gusty winds on veterans' day bring in much colder temperatures. it's a cold, but bright, start to the weekend. >> let's get in some eyepoppers. >> the world series put chicago fans over the moon. it's a cake designed by two cake artists. it's made of 45 pounds of sugar, 25 pounds of chocolate, and 10
next week it will be presented to chicago mayor rahm emanuel and the city council. [laughter] >> oh, my gosh. it was beautiful. >> beautiful. 93-year-old woman crosses one major experience off her bucket list. she ziplined across the mall of am over the stores. she called the ride a thrill of a lifetime and she says she'll do it again. it wasn't a one and done thing. >> she's great at a party. >> i love it. governor baker reacting to the vote against raising the cap on charter schools. his new idea to help close the achievement gap.
and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter. ever new england. eversource. >> breaking overnight, protests across the country swarming streets and blocking highways. >> the message from thousands of marchers in boston. >> what to expect today as the new president-elect heads to the white house. >> a bike ride turns into a grizzly discovery in the woods. the clue easton police need to
biggest heart. it's no ordinary college signing. on the eye. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. >> 5:30 on this thursday morning. traffic is moving across the zakim bridge at this hour. looking pretty good right now. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. >> i'm emily riemer along with cindy and olessa this morning. so still dark out there, but at least it's n >> no. just a little bit of wind when i was coming in this morning. this time of year when there's a little wind, you can feel it. >> it is chilly. >> but 32 is technically freezing. >> a silver lining. >> technically. >> a little chilly with a bit of a breeze especially on the cape. but temperatures aren't that bad for this time of year.
you'll want a jacket at the bus stop. it is cool. this afternoon it's in the lower 50s with a blend of sun and clouds. high pressure nosing in from the west. there are lingering clouds for you in southeastern massachusetts. these may hang on through about mid morning. you can see them through about 8:00 this morning or so and then they move out. we have sunshine with late-day clouds dropping in from the north. so in between a lot of sunshine. low 40s at 9:00 a.m. by lunch hour, i the lower 50s. close to average. 53 boston. 55 in framingham. lots of lower 50s through worcester county. south of boston we may sneak to 55 around taunton. plymouth to the cape low 40s. pretty nice day. got changes coming up for the weekend. more on that ahead. let's get you to the roads right now. >> a live look outside to start
this is the zakim bridge lever connector behind me. north of town we have a crash, a northbound accident by route 133. this accident involves an overturned car. the right lane and left lane is closed at this point and only the center lane is getting by. if you're heading in that direction, we've got delays. out of methuen on the southbound side, everyone is slowing down this one by the connector, one lane is closed. one past the crashes north of town, you're in pretty good shape. more delays along the expressway starting to build braintree to boston. trains and buses on >> we're following breaking news. >> tracking new developments. >> breaking news coming from california. this video is from one of
demonstrators angry over the election results staged rallies, many chanting, "not my president." two police officers are shot outside pittsburgh overnight. no word on their conditions or what sparked the shooting. today president-elect trump will head to the white house to meet with president obama. that's taking place at 11:00 this morning. first lady michelle obama will also host melania trump at a private meeting. emily? >> erika, thank you. right now police are searching fo found shot in the woods in easton. >> this morning they have a new clue. the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is in the community with their plea for help. >> randy and emily, police are easton are asking for help finding a specific vehicle that could be connected to the shooting after two boys found that man shot in the woods. that man, 35-year-old daniel smith, is still fighting for his
the boys found the victim in the woods tuesday suffering from gunshot wounds. smith is a former resident of easton, now living in florida. here's a description of that car that police are looking for this morning. it's a 2016 mazda 3 sedan, red, it has florida license plates, 372qqk. it's unclear what connect t shooting, why the man was shot, and if there are any suspects. we will keep you posted on the investigation. we're live in easton, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> antoinette, thank you. governor charlie baker is looking at new ways to narrow the achievement gap in public schools. >> voters shot down the ballot question to increase the number of charter schools. the ideas being considered giving schools authority to make
>> boston woman is dead days after being hit by a septic truck in woburn. 67-year-old denise hirschel and a 71-year-old man were crossing the street near the city hall earlier this month when they were hit. they were both taken to the hospital after the crash. police say the man recovered, but denise hirschel died from her injuries on sunday. the driver did stay at the scene for the investigation. >> fallout at a westport farm unsafe conditions. that property owner has been ordered to stop housing animals he owns and remove them from the property. however, the order does not extend to animals the farm operator does not own. the town legal expert is still reviewing the order ahead of a december 7 hearing. a medical center in portland, maine, is postponing procedures as doctors try to diagnose a patient they believe may have a
disease, affecting the brain and nervous system similar to mad cow disease. the center is sterilizing the surgical processing areas and equipment. experts say there's no ongoing threat to patients or staff. >> 5:36. there was violence near one of the political protests. >> the outbreak causing a scare in seattle. and the unusual draft for a deserving young man. >> we're fol this morning. two police officers have been shot overnight outside of pittsburgh.
>> an update on toll demolition in the email@example.com. the first phase is ahead of schedule and should be finished by thanksgiving. massdot says the construction of new traffic lanes through the toll plazas is moving quickly thanks to good weather that allows around-the-clock after massachusetts switched to open tolling. a crash involving an overturned car northbound on 93 and andover by route 33. right and center lane closed. another crash north of there heading southbound by route 110. a little busy in this department. cindy, how about you? >> quiet weatherwise. 34 in worcester. 40 in boston. we're going to see a mixture of sun and clouds throughout the
today and tomorrow is an impact weather day shaded in red because of gusty winds midday into the afternoon. could see gusts up to 30 miles per hour. that will send the temperature way down late tomorrow into saturday. a quick shot of cold to start the weekend. temperatures do moderate, though, on sunday. randy? >> thank you. an act of kindness hitting a little boy's dreams right out of the park. >> >> that's 4-year-old ari shultz. he has been drafted to the assumption college baseball team. this event put on by the charity team impact. it matches chronically ill kids with colleges. ari shultz has congestive heart failure. he has had three open-heart surgeries, two before he was even born. >> the big part of anyone's development, understand how fragile life is and how amazing it can be, even when you don't
telling how long he will have to wait for a transplant. they are just taking it one day at a time. >> breaking news overnight. the anti-trump protests hitting the streets hours ahead of his meeting with president obama. also new information on the child abuse claims against brad pitt. new report on evidence in that case. the twin born first is actually the younger one. how that happened. it's ahead in "news to go." >> a half-hour of news at the top of th >> newscenter 5 at 4:00. part of the new afternoon
>> protests continuing overnight in cities across the country. anti-trump demonstrators in the streets. this is video out of chicago. >> covering the protests in chicago as well as stories brighton. erika with the meeting between president obama and president-elect trump happening in hours. >> first a check of your forecast. >> temperatures not bad. >> a little chilly this morning, but it's a nice day ahead. quiet day ahead. but we've got big changes for saturday. by the way, do you have one of these hanging on your door? if you do, boy scouts are in your neighborhood.
you want to leave nonperishable food items. saturday will be a chilly day. we've got a dip in the jet stream. quick shot of cold. but sunday and early next week back to warmer-than-average weather pattern. it is chilly this morning. 40 in boston. north shore, mid 30s. 34 in worcester. upper 20s orange. it's milder on the cape. mid-to-upper 40s. this is where we have lingering cloud cover this high pressure noses in. also, the winds are going to shift to the south and west this afternoon. that is going to bring in milder temperatures. so we're going to jump into the low 50s this afternoon. 53 in boston. average time of this year 54. so close to that. it turns out to be a nice afternoon. watch this front dropping from the north. tomorrow morning comes through with passing clouds midday.
colder air. tomorrow late morning we'll be in the mid 50s. as the afternoon wears on, the temperatures drop to the 40s. setting us up for a chilly saturday. the temperature tomorrow a little deceiving. gusty winds bringing in the cold, but a bright start to the weekend. >> problem spots. a crash in andover on the northbound side by route 133. that accident overturned car. all lanes have reopened. there are delays, but the lanes are now clear. a new accident 93 southbound by route 110. everyone is stopping to see what was going on by route 133 another crash clearing at the lowell connector. the pike is quiet. 15 minutes eastbound 495 to 128.
building out of avon. trains and buses are on schedule. a quick look at route 1. >> breaking news right now out of pennsylvania. two police officers have been hit shot in canonsburg, outside pittsburgh. the conditions aren't clear. we know that a manhunt is under way. we're following that and we'll bring you updates as we get them. >> also breaking in the overnight hours, protests taking over streets and highways early-morning hours. we know dozens of people were arrested in new york city. washington, los angeles, portland, oregon, also seeing demonstrations of frustration over the election of donald trump. >> this coming before a critical day for the president-elect. sera congi is live in boston where thousands took to the streets there. >> it was one of the largest protests to take place here in boston.
president-elect trump. >> i was born in this country. this is the place i know, and i -- it makes me feel like i'm not part of it. >> police estimate 4,000 protesters demonstrated first on the commons, then in the state house and on to copely plaza. they chanted "not my president." police say the protests were peaceful. they did not make any arrests. live in bo newscenter 5. >> five people are hurt, two seriously, after a shooting near a trump protest in seattle. police saying they do not believe that shooting is related to the protest last night. but they are searching for the shooter. police say four men and one woman were hurt after an argument near a busy intersection. the five victims are said to be improving this morning. >> president-elect donald trump is full speed ahead in his transition. a big step will happen in just
obama. they will meet at the white house at 11:00. the president has pledged to do all he can to ease the transfer of power. melania trump will meet with the first lady. vice president joe biden and paul ryan will meet with mike pence. the cabinet include alabama senator jeff sessions, rudy giuliani, chrhr >> erika, thank you. an increased police presence here at brighton high school after a student is stabbed inside the cafeteria here at brighton high school. a spokesperson says a fight broke out between two ninth graders, one of the teens being stabbed in the leg. that student was taken to the hospital for treatment. the student is expected to recover. the stabbing suspect was arrested. no word on what charges that student is facing or how that student was able to bring a
live in brighton this morning, todd kazakiewich, wcvb newscenter 5. >> police here in easton are searching for suspects and a possible suspect vehicle after two boys found a man shot in the woods. that man, 35-year-old daniel smith, is fighting for his life in the hospital. the boy were riding their bikes when they found the victim in the here's a description of the car police are looking for this morning. it's a 2016 mazda 3 sedan. it's red. it has florida license plates 372qqk. it's unclear at this point what connection to the shooting that vehicle has or why that man was shot. live in easton this morning, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> right now, a salem police officer is off the job and out
investigators say brian butler fondled an inmate and performed a sex act on him in a police headquarters broom closet last week. butler is married to salem police chief mary butler. she's taken a leave of absence. >> a massachusetts state trooper will be spending the next 120 days behind bars. john basler was found guilty of drunk driving and other charges in connection with the deadly crash in plymouth in 2013 which killed 64-year-old susan macchi and her daughter juliet. john basler was acquitted on motor vehicular manslaughter and homicide charges. he remains suspended without pay. >> mexico votes down same-sex marriage. the effort lost on a 19-8 vote in a lower house of congress. mexico's supreme court ruled last year it was unconstitutional for states to ban same-sex marriage. but no laws have been rewritten to reflect the decision.
of two people buried on a suspected serial killer's property in south carolina. the coroner says a married couple in their 20s was shot to death, buried on the property for about a year. the man was arrested last week after police found a woman chained in one of his storage buildings. >> brad pitt is cleared of child abuse accusations. a source tells the "associated press" the department of angeles did not find evidence that brad pitt committed child abuse during a fight on a private plane in september. the actor is currently battling for joint custody of his six children with angelina jolie, who filed for divorce later that month. >> could your afternoon snack be taking a toll on the quality of your sleep? researchers say people who sleep less than five hours a night are 21% more likely to go for a sugary caffeinated drink in the
experts aren't sure if sleep deprivation makes people go for those drinks or if sugary drinks make people sleep less. >> the celtics are officially on a losing streak, giving up the third game in a row. a career night. he scored 23 points in the first quarter, 30 overall. the celtics were down the first last night. >> one twin was born first, but the other is older. daylight savings. samuel peterson was born at 1:39 sunday morning. by the time his brother was born 31 minutes later, the time had fallen back an hour, making his official time of birth 1:10:00 a.m. the boys' parents said they had
a nice story. >> yeah. i'm the big brother. no, i am. no, you are. >> we both are. >> thanksgiving just around the corner now. >> that means the eyeopener team is ready to pack the bus and hit the road once again. we're excited to take part in america's hometown thanksgiving parade in plymouth. always such a great event. we meet so many wonderful people down there from all over the south shore. and you can be our special guest just head to our wcvb facebook page to enter the v.i.p. sweep stakes there. it's called thanksgiving sweep stakes. >> on the right side of the page. >> and we hope you'll be joining us because we always have a great time with our special guests. >> and, cindy, you're keeping an eye on the weather. >> always nervous. the pressure is on. >> we've had decent weather the past few years.
kind of on the northern extent of cloudiness through the cape and the islands. elsewhere, skies are clear. 20s from orange on westward to the mid and upper 40s in the cape. boston 40 degrees. north of town from the north shore into southern new hampshire, low-to-mid 30s. it's a chilly start. the clouds on the cape should be exiting after about 8:00 this morning. we enjoy a lot of sunshine with late-day clouds from the north and west. today as high pressure noses in. the temperatures come up pretty quickly. by lunch, upper 40s to around 50. lower 50s for highs this afternoon. 53 in boston. about 50 in worcester, 54 in nashua. so not bad today. the temperatures hold tonight in the 40s with more of a southwesterly wind. that flow is ahead of this arctic front. it should come through dry midday.
through tomorrow evening. tomorrow is deceiving. we should hit a high before lunch in the mid 50s. the winds crank in the afternoon. temperatures will fall in the afternoon and evening hours. it is a cold start to the weekend, windchills on saturday in the 30s all day. we recover on sunday. on sunday night/monday morning, there will be a supermoon. close to full the tides will be high. we'll watch those as we have a possible storm toward the middle of next week. >> we had problems. good news in andover. we had an overnight crash by route 133. the accident is gone. another crash by route 110 cleared. we have delays. crash 459 south by route 3 now in the final stages. 93 stop and go ride down to the
15 minutes 495 to 128. slow out of brockton. trains and buses doing ok. >> 5 investigates exposing deals for police officers accused of misconduct. >> a closer look at the so-called carney letter. how about kinder kids? parenting strategies to emphasize empathy. that is ahead for you this morning. >> coming up on sunrise, looking out across the skyline right
i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding more easily, or serious, sometimes fatal bleeding. don't take brilinta if you have bleeding, like stomach ulcers, a history of bleeding in the brain, or severe liver problems. tell your doctor about bleeding, new or unexpected shortness of breath, any planned surgery, and all medicines you take. >>talk to your doctor about brilinta. i'm doing all i can. that includes brilinta. if you can't afford your medication,
fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, fly, gary, fly. ...his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song... ...his sister can live stream it... ...while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet, tv and phone for just 79.99 per month online for the first year.
recognizing breaking overnight, protests sweeping the country, a show of frustration, here in boston and other major cities. >> a cordial moment between critics, what to expect as the president welcomes donald trump to the white house. >> violence inside of a boston high school. the weapon going morning. emily: the nation-wide anti-trump protest erupting an hour ago. >> they said this was the rally in chicago, and we're going to be taking a closer look at the tension. >> first want to get to cindy for a first look at the forecast, a mild start, huh?