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upper 50's. nice end to the weekend and a mild start, but there could be rain by wednesday. more on that as the eyeopener continues. announcer: now on newscenter 5's eyeopener -- randy: anti-trump protests getting out of control in oregon. outbursts turning a rally into a rye at. emily: a serious crash in marlborough. new information from the scene on 495. randy: a baby and two adults found unresponsive in their home. new theories on what went wrong on the eye for this friday morning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. emily: and more images in overnight from portland, oregon. police there say an anti-trump protest got out of hand overnight. president-elect donald trump is back on twitter talking about some of the earlier rallies and we'll share his comments with you in a minute. good morning. i'm emily riemer.
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a windy day in store. cindy: around lunchtime, you're going to go what is happening? the winds really pick up and the temperatures start dropping. so kind of a backwards day temperaturewise. it really isn't bad out the door. we have reading in the 40's. low 50's on cape cod. 47 in boston. 44 in worcester. even 48 in fitchburg. you can see the skies are mainly clear this morning as well. look to the north. there are clouds, a few rain and snow showers as you head u the canadian border all associated with a front that's going to be dropping southward with some passing clouds as we get toward late morning and lunchtime. you can see them here. by 11:00 a.m., the temperature comes up to 56, and then by 5:00 p.m., it drops down to 46 degrees. winds shift to the northwest, and they are going to get strong. gusts 30, 40 miles an hour. on the cape, we have a wind advisory at 1:00 p.m. have clothes with you. be prepared for wind chills down in the 30's here by 5:00 this
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coming up for today. more on your weekend forecast ahead. let's get you out on the roads. good morning, olessa. olessa: a pretty quiet start. here's a live look at the expressway by the south bay mall. that's the northbound side. so far traffic is nice and light. let's go to the maps and check the rest of your ride. overnight construction wrapped up. road work as you travel south of town along 93. that's out of your way northbound by route 124. 128,on north of town, so far no problems. 93 south looks good. no issues there heading out of methuen and down to the leverett connector, and so far we're expecting trains and buses to start the morning on schedule. now keep in mind needham line service is suspended along the entire line beginning last night. it will stay suspended through sunday. there is no alternate buses. emily? emily: olessa, thanks. breaking overnight, a woman seriously hurt in this car crash on 495 in marlborough. this is the scene about 11:30
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police say only one car was involved and it rolled over. that woman was flown to u-mass medical center for treatment. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. also breaking overnight, protests cross the line into riots as thousands of people fill the streets of portland, oregon. right now, several people are under arrest, and it marks the second night of demonstrations since the election of donald trump. randy: and the president-elect does have a response to this. the eyeopener's erika tarantal tracking all of the overnig developments. erika: well, many of these protests have been mostly peaceful. that did change in portland overnight. this is video of the massive crowd from the air. i want to show you the scene on the ground. protestors turned violent, setting fires, trashing streets, and at least one case smashing a woman's car windshield with a baseball bat. there were a number of protests in several states overnight. some shut down highways in colorado and california, for example. president-elect donald trump took to twitter to take on the
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presidential election." this coming just hours after mr. trump sat down with president obama for the first time. >> the meeting lasted for almost an hour and a half, and it could have -- as far as i'm concerned, it could have gone on for a lot longer. erika: there were no signs of the frequent animosi w years. mr. trump met with paul ryan and mitch mcconnell. surreal moments even by washington moments given the rhetoric we've seen throughout the campaign. emily? emily: thank you. attorneys for trump say they'll enter settlement talks in the president-elect's upcoming trial involving his now-defunct trump university. the class-action fraud lawsuit filed in 2010 alleges the university failed to keep its promise to teach real estate success. former students say they spent
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false impression that the school was accredited. trump's attorneys ask that the november 28th trial be delayed until after inauguration day in january, and the judge suggested that both sides try to settle. randy: right now a criminal investigation is underway after the death of an infant. this morning there are several unanswered questions surrounding the death of a 5-week-old baby. at this time, no charges have been filed. sources tell 5 investigates that a drug overdose might have been contributed t unconscious inside a home on harrison place. investigators were called to the home at around noon yesterday. they stayed on the scene well into the night. video shot last night shows them leaving there with bags of evidence. sources tell 5 investigates the infant was in bed with those unconscious adults. a 19-year-old woman and 23-year-old man. neighbors are in shock over what's happened here. >> i've seen them walking up and down the street. they seem very nice, very quiet,
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could be true. randy: sources say investigators are looking into the possibility that while in bed, one of the adults rolled over onto the infant. the state released this statement saying the department of children families received a report and is investigating in collaboration with law enforcement. d.c.f. goes on to say that due to the ongoing criminal investigation, there will be no further information. a judge awards cambridge couple who successfully sued their irish nanny over the death of their baby, 1-year-old rehma sabir, who died back in 2013. aisling brady mccarthy was accused of murder but the charges were dropped after the medical examiner changed the baby's cause of death to undetermined. the family's lawyer says that mccarthy, who may not have the $4 million, but the award will
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emily: and mbta bus driver facing charges right now accuse of hitting a vehicle and driving away. the eyeopener's sera congi is live in stoneham where surveillance cameras caught the end of this wild ride. sera? sera: emily, it all came to an end here on main street in stoneham after passengers took action and called 9-1-1. surveillance video from a nearby business captures the moment state police cruis the old dairy dome here in stoneham. the crash happened in melrose after 5:00. the route 132 bus allegedly struck a parked van, and witnesses tell us the t operator got out of the bus to look at the damage but then drove off, and that is when passengers called 9-1-1. investigators are now looking into weather the driver was under the influence of prescription medication. he's been summonsed to court for
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causing property damage. ahead in our next half hour, we'll hear from some of the passengers on that bus. live in stoneham, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: all right, sera. thank you. and imagine the pay for a job skyrocketing. nearly 600% overnight. 5 investigates found that's the deal the state gave some bridge workers on a publicly funded job. the blynman bridge in gloucester. 5 bridge operators are paid $75 to $125 an hour. it's a bigger paycheck than the governor of our state. and it's a job that used to pay only $13 an hour. the massive increase in pay for the bridge tenders kicked in thanks to a state contract for maintenance on the bridge, which
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increase. >> blynman bridge is an example why the state's wage law is out of control. emily: massachusetts is one of only states in the country that sets the prevailing wage rates solely on union contracts. randy: right now, bourne police are stepping up patrols as they search for a man wanted for the attack on a 14-year-old girl. police say the man jumped the teen and attempted to strangle her as she walked to her bus stop on puritan road yesterday. that's when a witness stepped in. the suspect took of older light-colored sedan. right now, a new hampshire man is held without bail accused of posing as an f.b.i. agent. but what police say they found on this m.i.t. employee suggests he may have had a violent plan. prosecutors say gannon leblanc showed up at a couple's arlington home wednesday night wearing an f.b.i. cap and asking about a fugitive.
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suspicious. they called police. >> that's what they said alerted them to the fact that it was strange, like, why would an f.b.i. person show up and ask to use the bathroom. randy: officers found leblanc at a nearby bus stop. they found a loaded business toll, a stun gun, a ski mask and rope. emily: more charges could b charged in connection with a deadly home invasion in orange. 77-year-old joanne fisher has died from injuries she suffered in last month's attack. her 95-year-old husband, thomas harty, was stabbed to death. the suspects, brittany smith and joshua hart, remain behind bars, and they're due back in court next month. 5:10 now. american bald eagles in need of rescue. randy: the fight landing these birds in a tight spot.
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nowhere to turn. emily: new this morning -- improve your sleep by changing what you eat. the foods to avoid for better rest. erika? erika: breaking overnight, several people in portland, oregon, under arrest after violent anti-trump protests. you can see here one woman had her windshield smashed by the crowd. police calling the demonstration a riot. cindy? cindy: erika, wind and wind chills, very changeable over the course of the day. how cold it weekend warm up. first take a look at the temperatures as you're getting ready to head out the door. not bad at all. hyannis in the low 50's right now under clear skies. temperatures much colder by later on this afternoon. >> a half hour of news at the top of the hour. newscenter 5 at 4:00. j.c. monahan, ed harding. newscenter 5 at 4:00.
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>> from fenway park, a mixed salute to all of our veterans this morning. we're working on our veterans day special tonight at 7:00 on channel 5, a two-hour special and i think some really compelling stories about our heroes who have come home to some struggles. we're going to show you some ways you can help them. but we better get back to our special now. hey, guys, let's give it to
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good morning, eyeopener. boom! reporter: oh, yeah. randy: wcvb proud to partner with home base for tonight's veterans day special. home base is shining the light on and helping heal invisible wounds of war. we have some great stories from some really noble veterans in our area. so i hope you'll join us. it starts tonight at 7:00, two hours. emily: we should say to you thank you for your service. else. if you have a wake-up call, it doesn't have to be as fancy as randy's. that was pretty good. randy: i tried my best. hitting it out of the park. okay. cindy: well, it's a good thing they're not playing baseball at fenway. the winds would be carrying that ball all around. we've got a southwesterly wind, 10, 15 miles per hour, not terribly windy, but as the day wears on, the winds are going to
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notice around lunchtime right through the afternoon, these are sustained winds up around and over 20 miles an hour and they will be gusting higher than that. by lunchtime, gusting to 30 and higher on the cape. these winds are with us through the evening hours shifting to the northwest. and that northwesterly wind is going to bring in some colder air. there is a wind advisory on the cape. here we could see gusts closer to 40 miles per hour. temperatures running in the 40's right now in most spots, although some 50's on the cape. 47 bo new hampshire, northern worcester county, but the source of this cold air that we have been talking about is still up in canada. it is going to be pouring down into southern new england as we go flew the day. the leading edge of this cold frontal boundary is producing a little bit of rain and snow shower activity as you get near the canadian border and up toward quebec. a lot of this is going to dry up as it drops southward, but we will see a period of clouds as we get toward midmorning, especially route 2 on north.
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apart a little bit. they drop southward around lunchtime. this is the front coming through. so some passing clouds, but really it's all about that wind kicking up. you'll feel a big difference in temperature. high temperatures today probably 10:00 or 11:00. mid to upper 50's. then look what happens with that wind shift to the north and west. temperatures go the wrong way this afternoon. by 5:00 p.m., we're down in the 40's, and then the temperatures keep dropping here through the evening hours. with the stronger winds, wind chills going to be down in the 30's by temperatures 20's and 30's tonight. wind chills dropping throughout the course of the day, so it's a cold windy start to your weekend on your saturday, but high pressure's nosing in. that gives sunshine. decreasing winds on saturday. we'll keep that sunshine going on sunday as well. temperatures do moderate. back into the upper 50's on sunday. if you have plans on saturday outside in the morning hours, you need to be prepared for wind chills in the 20's, even into the afternoon. temperatures will hold in the 40's, but with enough wind, it's going to feel like the 30's.
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tuesday into wednesday, that's our next storm potential. a storm system looks like it's going to try and come up the eastern seaboard with perhaps some significant rain, but there will be astronomically high tides due to a full super moon coming in sunday night into monday. there could be concerns along the coast with flooding with that storm gets going. we'll watch it. it looks like needed rain on the way toward the middle of next week. olessa: so far this morning, traffic is light. it's friday, veterans day, so we're hoping we're not going to see too much this is a check by the south bay mall, northbound heading toward the bottom of the screen. let's go to the maps and check the rest of your ride. so far not seeing too many problems. construction now gone here on 93 north by route 24. if you're traveling along 128, that road work also picked up over by kendrick street on the northbound side of 128 and up to route 9. the pike is quiet. if you're heading north of town, so far no issues to report. 93 looking good out of methuen. as you make your way down to the
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on schedule, but keep in line the needham line, service suspension is in place along the entire line. it will stay suspended through sunday. there is no all mat busing. -- alternate busing. emily: take a look at this. a north carolina woman fights back against a would-be robber. that man seen in surveillance video hiding in the back of a restaurant armed with a gun in one hand, a knife in the other. that woman, a worker walks in, and when she's confronted, tries to grab the gun and he runs off. police are investigating similar robberies in that area. two american bald eagles stuck in a storm sewer. rescuers in orlando, florida, gently pulled them out. an expert from the audubon society says it looks like the symbols of our nation had been fighting each other, likely because it's nesting season for bald eagles, a time when they settle into a new home. >> they get into a territory
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they hang on for dear life. emily: one of the birds managed to fly away after an hour. the second eagle, a female, was rescued about two hours after it was found stuck in that drain. randy: to your economy. voters in tip rhode island did approve a new cass it should open 2018. check of the markets, asian stocks slipping. investors concerned about higher interest rates under a donald trump presidency. u.s. stock futures are lower right now. the markets are open today, but most banks are closed for veterans day. a new revelation centered around yahoo's recently computer hack. new filings show the company had evidence that it had been hacked at least 18 months before it launched an investigation.
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from nearly 500 million user accounts. nah hoo investigating how much was known about the hack in late 2014. we all know getting a good night's sleep is no easy task. emily: we certainly do on this shift. but there are some foods that help and some that could hurt your chances. wine, fat chocolate, fatty meals, caffeine, anything that churns up acid in your stomach, those are sleep killers. what should you choose? cherries, bananas, fortified cereals like shredded wheat. a warm glass of milk is a good idea, but researchers disagree whether this is science or comfort. i think if it works, who cares. randy: exactly, right. well, just call him rock jovi. emily: erika? erika: support for a mother and son targeted by racism. how a new hampshire community is
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a carjacking victim talks about the moment she fought back. and a warning about a drug linked to dozens of deaths. the substance already seen in
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the house of blues. >> good morning, eyeopener. randy: an unforgettable experience for those pediatric patients. singer and songwriter eric paslay, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 10 years old. so even compared to glucose numbers with some of the kids. cindy? cindy: all right. and weatherwise, we've got a changeable day coming up on this veterans day. look to the north up near the canadian borde there? that's a cold front. that's going to drop in on us as we get into the afternoon. take a look at the temperatures now. lots of 40's, lower 50's on the cape. up in the merrimack valley, your 12-hour forecast brings your temperatures up into the lower 50's with passing clouds around lunchtime. then the temperatures fall this afternoon. going to be the same deal on the south coast and cape. you should sneak up close to 60 before temperatures go the other way. gusty winds, falling temperatures. we don't get out of the 40's
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lots of sunshine. back in the mid to upper 50's on sunday. emily: just about 5:26. time for eyepoppers. we have sports edition this morning. what are we starting with? olessa: an impressive save. look at this. ryan miller has this spectacular diving glove save, snatching it out of the air. for vancou emily: a for effort. >> ? whoa, you're halfway there ? ? but you need another player ? olessa: who's more fun than gronk. a new music video for nfl 2017. emily: do we have a rocker on
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both. randy: one clinton may have political goals and an mbta bus driver accused of leaving the scene of an accident. what passengers onboard this bus
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announcer: now on newscenter 5
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anti-trump protests turn violent. emily: the new video and the heated response from the president-elect. sera: a bus driver in trouble. the moment passengers knew they had to call 9-1-1. erika: a heartbreaking mystery in marlborough. the new information after an infant is found dead. emily: and a carjacking victim fights back. >> he kept saying i'm going to stab you. emily: only on 5 -- the skills that may have saved her life on the eye. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. randy: 5:30 friday morning. and we're looking at southeast expressway in boston where traffic is moving nicely at this time. ready for the weekend? emily: yes. randy: good morning. i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer along with cindy and olessa, who is, in fact, ready for the weekend. cindy: we are, yes. of course, today's veterans today. thank you to the vets out there.
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usually you brace yourself for the morning and by the afternoon it gets better. the wind chills this morning are running in the 40's, but by 5:00 this afternoon, notice the winds are going to be cranking, and it's going to feel like it's in the 30's. so a changeable day coming up. out the door this morning, a lot of 40's. 47 in boston. 44 worcester. we've got low 50's on cape cod. and the skies are mainly clear. but to the north, there are some clouds. a few showers. they're all associated with a front. this is the leading edge of colder air and stronger winds are going to be droppin temperatures come up into the mid 50's before lunchtime. you see those passing clouds coming through. once the front goes by, the winds shift to the north and west and send the temperatures falling down into the 40's through the afternoon hours, and look how the winds are going to be gusting. lunchtime right through the afternoon into the evening hours, near or over 30 miles per hour. in fact, there is a wind advisory on the cape for those winds that could gust to 40 miles per hour. so wind chills by the end of the day, they're going to be down in the 30's.
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it. let's get you out to the roads. it seems quiet. olessa: it's friday and a holiday. we're hoping we're not going to see to much map. let's get to the maps and cameras. the expressway by the south bay mall. northbound side toward the bottom of the screen. we're in good shape here. checking out the rest of your ride, no problems heading into boston and south expressway 10 to 15 braintree into boston. 24 nice and light out of brockton. route 3 from weymouth. no delays on 95 just yet out of sharon. the pike about 15 and if your commute takes you north, 93 southbound look good so far. no problems out of methuen all the way down to the leverett connector. so far trains and buses are on schedule with the exception of the needham line. service is suspended along the entire line. it's going to stay suspended through the entire weekend and resume monday morning. emily: we're following several breaking stories right now on
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information. erika: first to portland, oregon. take a look at the video. several people arrested after breaking business windows, starting fires, trashing streets. there were a number of protests across the country for a second night. most of them were peaceful. also breaking overnight in marlas -- marlborough, a serious crash. also right now, police and d.c.f. are investigating after an infanas in a marlborough home. two adults were also found unconscious, sources telling 5 investigates a drug overdose might be to blame. randy: thank you. 5:33. right now, an mbta bus driver is facing charges, accused of leaving the scene of an accident. there were passengers onboard the bus. part of the incident seen on surveillance. emily: the eye's sera congi is live in stoneham with the action by passengers leading to an arrest. sera.
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are still trying to figure out exactly how this happened, but passengers tell us that they took action because they knew something was wrong. it all came to an end here on main street in stoneham in front of the old dairy dome. surveillance cameras from a nearby business show the route 132 bus being pulled over by state police. the driver is accused of hitting a parked van in melrose, getting out to look at the damage, and then driving off. the passengers who called 9-1-1. >> and he got out for only a couple of minutes and then got back on the bus and kept driving. >> everyone was just pretty much like why is he driving? he should not be driving if he's hitting cars. sera: now investigators are looking into whether the driver was under the influence of prescription medication. but at this point the driver has been summonsed to court for leaving the scene of a crash that caused property damage. no one on the bus was hurt. live in stoneham this morning,
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>> i was just kicking madly, and he said, he kept saying, "i'm going to stab you, i'm going to stab you." emily: only on 5 -- she was stabbed by a knife-wielding attacker. the victim is talking to newscenter 5 about how she fought back. ann mccoy says training in karate and self-defense saved her life. this happened in putnam, connecticut, where a man and woman stole a car and crashed it. ann and her daughter moments later, she was fighting off that man trying to make his way into her vehicle. >> he got me in the arm massively. he said, "i'll keep stabbing unless you got out." common sense came and i got out. emily: surveillance video shows that stolen vehicle being chased in worcester. christopher harding and his female accomplice are both in
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street drug linked to dozens of deaths across the country. it's call u47700, or pink. that's the common street name for it. police describe it as a synthetic opioid similar to fentanyl. it has shown up at least once in drugs tested at a state lab in new hampshire and at least one granite state death has been tied to the substance. the emergency action to fight this drug. a new statewide grant program to fight opioid abuse. maura healey committing a half million dollars to this effort. that money comes from a first in the nation settlement with cvs pharmacy over policies tied to the dispensing of opioids. healey says the grant money will support school-based prevention initiatives. emily: rabies found in a bay
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15 years. and top of the hour. newscenter 5 at 4:00. j.c. monahan. ed harding. newscenter 5 at 4:00, part of
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olessa: good morning. welcome back to the eyeopener. if there's something about your commute bugging you or a traffic mystery you can't figure out, you can ask olessa. tweet me, post on my facebook page or email me at email email. i'll get the answers for you and share them right here on the eyeopener. this morning the roads are quiet. northbound heading toward the bottom of the screen by the south bay mall. not seeing too many problems. we're hoping for friday light. a little chilly, cindy. colder as the day wears on. a cold front will drop in around lunchtime. the winds will pick up and temperatures fall. we'll hit our highs before lunch, sneaking up into the mid and upper 50's. gusty winds bringing colder air. the 40's this afternoon. sunshine this weekend, only in the 40's on saturday. we moderate temperatures back into the 50's on sunday. it's a mild start next week, but we could have needed rainfall here by midweek. randy, emily? emily: all right, cindy. thank you.
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racism. they're unexpected new friends rolling in on two wheels. in the last week, 7-year-old eze obiora was the victim of racism. the manchester motorcycle club picked him up from school, gave him a jacket and took him out for a frozen yogurt. >> racism is something that's taught. we don't want him to learn that. emily: eze's mom show there's more love and support in their community. randy: the overnight construction turning a peaceful political protest into a riot. and the city of boston addressing race relations to broaden understanding. sweet homecoming for an air force master sergeant.
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emily: it is 5:44. ready with news to go in marlborough, stoneham, and erika following antitrust protests taking a violent turn overnight. randy: first cindy and our forecast. the weekend is here. a lot of veterans day activity. cindy: yes, and the winds are going to iact that for sure. emily: it's going to be a super weekend. cindy: there we go. emily: super moon. cindy: i get it.
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yes, sunday night into monday morning, skies look mainly clear. we're going to get a great view of this moon called the super monday. closest to earth in nearly 70 years. it brings up higher tides. this go-around, the tides even higher than last month with the chance of coastal flooding. look at temperatures out the door. not bad. mid to 50's. 47 in boston. you've got to look to the north, because this is where air is going to be coming from later in the day, and it is colder, and that cold air will be dropping southward as soon as this front crosses the area. along the front, there are clouds, a few showers, but a lot of these are going to dry out as the front drops on southward. we go through the morning hours. we'll see the clouds increase a little bit, especially north of the pike through midmorning. by lunchtime, there goes the front. passing clouds, maybe a stray sprinkle in the worcester hills.
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otherwise, lots of sunshine. a huge drop in temperatures coming this afternoon. we're going to hit our highs late morning, 11:00 a.m. we're well up into the 50's. the sun's out, breezy, the front goes by. temperatures drop down into the 40's this afternoon. with those stronger winds, wind chill is going to be in the 30's by the end of the day. you can see the winds gusting at lunchtime up near 30 miles per hour. right through the evening hours winds gussing to higher than 30 miles per hour. closer to 40 on the cape where there is a wind so tomorrow is a bright day. it stays in the 40's. wind chills in the 30's all day long. then on sunday, sunshine continues, but notice the temperatures recover back into the upper 50's in the afternoon. if you're headed to gillette on sunday evening, looks great weatherwise. should still be pretty mild here as the winds die down, in the mid 40's. let's get you out to the roads. olessa, how are we doing? olessa: busy. one problem spot across the span of the zakim bridge. right lane is closed. disabled car. should be clearing shortly.
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let's go to the maps. south of town, you're fine. along the pike, 15 minutes eastbound 495 to 128. north of town, no problems here. 93 south looks good into methuen. breaking news for you. part of cambridge street in boston is closed because of a water main break in front of one center plaza. we'll keep you posted and bring you any other information. the suspended along the entire line as of last night. it's going to stay suspended through sunday due to a bridge project. there is no alternate busing. randy? randy: breaking overnight, state police are investigating a rollover crash on interstate 495 in marlborough. this happened around 9:30 last night. police were on the scene for hours dealing with this. one woman is being treated for life-threatening injuries at the university of massachusetts medical center. reporter: breaking overnight, anti-trump protests turning
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finding it so hard to control the crowd, they are calling this a riot. damage to businesses and property there. randy: erika is here with new information. erika: this started as peaceful but got out of control. several were arrested as members of the massive crowd set fires, trashed streets and violently smashed windows. this one of many demonstrations coast to coast. others while disruptive by shutting down highways were peaceful. the president-elect writing on and successful presidential election. now professional protestors incited by the media are protesting. very unfair. of course, just hours before, president obama met with trump on the transition, saying he was, quote, encouraged after their 90-minute talk, which the president-elect called a great honor. randy? randy: the airspace above trump tower in midtown manhattan is now a no-fly zone. it's a two-mile zone.
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the president-elect is sworn into office. the trump family lives in that building. the only aircraft operated by the secret service, law enforcement, and emergency response agencies can operate in that restricted area. emily: bay state senator elizabeth warren says the former presidential nominee is doing well after her stunning loss but says it is hard. in her first interview since the election, warren laughed off the suggestion that she would make a run for president in 2020 and denied that the democratic national committee. she says she's into the fight but doesn't need the title. the clintons may not be done with washington. the "new york post" is reporting former first daughter chelsea clinton might make a run for congress. she may make a play for the seat held by new york representative nina lowey when she retires. that district includes chappaqua, where the clintons currently live. chelsea clinton and her family live in manhattan but could move
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door. sera: an investigation underway after the death of an infant in marlborough. sources tell 5 investigates that a drug overdose may be to blame for this tragedy. sources also say that 5-week-old and two adults were found unconscious inside this home on harrison place. investigators called her at noon yesterday. we saw them leaving with bags of evidence. sources telling 5 investigates the infant was in bed with t investigators are looking into the possibility that while in bed one of the adults rolled over onto the infant, killing the baby. d.c.f. is investigating but not releasing any other information right now. those two adults are still being treated at the hospital. live in marlborough this morning, antoinette antonio, wcvb's newscenter 5. emily: an mbta bus driver is off the drive accused of leaving the scene of a crash and now
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the influence of prescription medication. surveillance video shows us the moment that state police caught up with the route 132 bus in stoneham. the crash happened in melrose after 5:00 p.m. the bus struck a parked van and allegedly drove off. passengers on the bus were the ones who called 9-1-1. the driver has been summonsed for leaving the scene of a crash that caused property damage. live in stoneham this morning, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. thank you. also in news to go on this friday morning, two dogs are now under quarantine. they were attacked by a rabid skunk. a woman says one of her dogs bit the skunk and tossed it around the yard. both dogs are up-to-date with their shots. we're told they do not appear to have any symptoms of the deadly disease. the city of boston and mayor marty walsh will soon launch the first in a year-long series of
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this initiative is an effort to help the city heal from its history of racial issues and a recent racially-fueled incident. the first discussion will be held next saturday, november 19. other conversations are planned in neighborhoods throughout the city next year. emily: new this morning -- newton mayor setti warren may be looking for a higher office. he may challenge governor charlie baker in 2018. yesterday warren announced he will not seeks other potential challengers to baker include outgoing senator dan wolf, katherine clark and congressman seth moulton. randy: the man behind the widely recorded song "hallelujah" has died. canadian singer and songwriter leonard cohen was 82 years old. his management team confirmed the news yesterday. cohen remained popular into his 80's, touring as recently as this year. releasing a new album just last month, the memorial is being
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emily: the bruins put on a show at home for members of the u.s. military. last night, new hampshire staff sergeant ryan pitts, medal of honor recipient, dropped the first puck. didn't look good for the b's against the blue jackets, down 1-0 in the first period. 5-2 is the final. [crying] randy: it started off as a norm malday but for a few kids it ended as a family reunion. air force master sergeant jer any freeman had been deployed for 7 months. his oldest daughter thought she was going to a pep rally. her dad surprised her. sergeant freeman and his wife say that they've been keeping this secret for weeks, and the
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emily: great moment. randy: who's ready for a little turkey? emily: thanksgiving is coming. it means the eyeopener team is coming to plymouth. once again, we are also excited to take part in america's hometown thanksgiving parade. always such a great event. you can be our special guest. head to our wcvb facebook page to enter to win v.i.p. tickets to all the big weekend events and, of course, spend a little time with all of us. randy: yeah, yeah, we we have here. we have your hotel room, dinner. emily: concert. there's all kinds of deliciousness. randy: get in on the sweepstakes. we'll give you a call. cindy: and nice weather hopefully. we looked out the past few years. we're talking about thanksgiving, of course, makes you think of food. if you have one of these that got left on your door last weekend, boy scouts need your
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non-perishable food items as part of scouting for food. wcvb a proud sponsor of this event. leave out non-perishable skood items and the boy scouts will be collecting them. temperatures chilly. reading this morning running in the low to mid 50's. worcester to boston, lower 50's on cape cod. the winds aren't terribly strong this morning but out of the southwest and as we go through the morning hours toward lunchtime, winds are going to pick up. over 20 miles an hour. they're going to shift to the northwest and they may gust there's a wind advisory on cape cod for that reason. those winds are going to bring down colder air. they're coming in with a cold front that has clouds, showers. we're actually going to see increasing clouds here as we go toward mid to late morning and then as the front drops on through, passing clouds. could be a sprinkle in the worcester hills and that's about it. big difference in the temperatures. we will hit our highs late morning, 11:00 a.m., mid to upper 50's. then during the afternoon, northwesterly winds bringing the colder air. we're falling back to the 40's
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overnight lows, but the winds are going to be active. tomorrow morning, windy and cold. wind chills in the 20's. high pressure, though, nosing in. a really nice weekend in store. lots of sunshine both saturday and sunday with moderating temperatures. we're going to watch things. next week, our chance for significant rain comes in later tuesday into wednesday and with astronomically high tides, the possibility of flooding along the coastline. how are we doing, olessa? olessa: cambridge street in st break in front of one center plaza. we're watching a disabled car one lane of the zakim bridge. not seeing too many delays as you travel south making your way along the pike, and north of town a quiet start. needham line service is suspended through the weekend. no alternate busing provided. randy: workers getting a higher
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emily: and new this morning -- sleep better by eating differently. the foods that will help you get quality rest. that is also ahead. a live look here outside across the city. pretty nice. randy: looks like a nice sunrise. emily: skies brightening up on this veterans day. thank you to all of our veterans, service members watching this morning and maybe sleeping in. getting ready for the events later today. randy: right. and we have our special at 7:00
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this year, i want the best bird for my family and my wallet. nature's promise fresh turkey is only 99 cents per pound with no antibiotics ever. everything for thanksgiving. that's my stop & shop. c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! 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.
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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 since stopping it too soon 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. 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, astra zeneca may be able to help. i want to go really big with my appetizers. we can do it without blowing our budget. oh yeah, this is great! everything for thanksgiving.
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>> breaking news, anti-trump protests pushing the limits in oregon. outbursts turning this rally into a riot. >> also breaking, a serious crash. new information from that scene on 495. unresponsive. on the eye for this friday morning. emily: more images in from portland, oregon. police there say that anti-trump protests got out of hand overnight. good morning, i'm emily riemer.


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