tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 12, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- antoinette: calls for peace in boston as thousands voice their concerns over the president-elect. the new messages of hope taking over an mbta station. doug: a rabies scare has a local town on alert. my their owner is relieved. antoinette: a special surprise for a 100-year-old day to remember. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. antoinette: a great story to goat your saturday story. it's 5:00. i'm antoinette antonio. doug: i'm doug meehan. hold onto your bonnet again. kelly ann -- antoinette: no one's wearing bonnets out there.
winds won't be quite as gusty. we'll see a bit of a breeze. winds gusting up to 20 miles per hour. nothing compared to some of those wind gusts we saw yesterday. and you can see things are quieting down for this morning. we're not seeing as much on the radar. we do have a few cloedz moving through as we do have a northerly component in our winds, something that's going to be an impact as we stay on the lower end of the scale even as you're heading out this morning. many of us in the that's the case in downtown boston. the wind chill, which is a factor throughout the afternoon even though the winds are not as strong, we have that chill factor where we see a wind chill into the 20's. that's what it's feeling le heading out right now. temperatures in the lower 30's, many below freezing including worcester. antoinette and doug, we will see things warm up. doug: thank you. breaking news out of afghanistan -- antoinette: the taliban claiming responsibility for a deadly
more than a dozen others were injured after the blast on bagram air field this morning. local media reporting a man dressed as a worker managed to get on the heavily guarded base and then set off a suicide vest. bagram is the largest u.s. military facility in afghanistan. protests and policy as president-elect donald trump put together his white house team. thousands of people taking to the streets of los angeles. and in interstate, demonstrators interrupting traffic on the highway. a third day of protests in major u.s. cities as the president-elect focuses on his team. doug: and reveals the issues he's considering. his first interview since the election. donald trump on camera saying he wants to keep parts of obamacare. >> are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered?
also children living with parents for an extended period. doug: a very different tone from the president-elect during a "60 minutes" interview and about-face from his tone on the campaign trail, and it comes after thursday's 90-minute meeting with president obama at the white house. although trump still says his health care plan will be an improvement. >> it will be repealed and replaced and we'll know. and it will be great health care for much less money. doug: meanwhile, the president-elect inside a h but a big announcement. his transition team has a nw leader. vice president-elect mike pence is in. governor chris christie is out. also on the list, rudy giuliani. >> i certainly have the energy. there's probably nobody that knows the justice department better than me. doug: other popular names, newt
there's word that ivanka, eric and donald jr. could be part of the cabinet. outgoing senator kelly ann could play a role in the trump administration. the "washington post" reporting she's being considered for secretary of defendant. ayotte tells the "union leader" she's not ruling it out. she serves on the senate armed rv she lost a reelection bid to maggie hassan. antoinette: a peace rally on the common and outreach for understanding on the subway. the eye's john atwater explains. john: in the midst of anger and frustration, there is an effort underway to calm nerves after one of the most surprising elections in history. >> it's a way to bring everyone up a little bit from feeling sad about this whole mess. john: colorful notes with
oring from subways in new york. >> we can still change things. john: above ground, thousands expressed concerned about the president-elect. boston protests stand in sharp protest to others around the country that ha t demonstrations have drawn thousands, but the effort here hopes to calm nerves by reaching thousands of others with messages of hope. >> we're here to just say it doesn't matter what i believe, what you believe. it doesn't matter. at the end of the day, it's just about what we all collectively want to share to make everybody believe in that one thing, which is being happy. john: another big day of
doug: thank you. a 16-year-old is recovering after being shot on a bike path in mattapan. this happened yesterday behind the ryanlayground off river street. the victim taken to the hospital with the gunshot wound and is expected to be okay. state police are investigating. no arrests have been made. antoinette: right now, extensive damage to a home in saugus. a three-alarm fire burning through the roof on harrison avenue. witnesses say the flames appear to have started to the first floor befe the second floor and spreading to the roof. no one was hurt in yesterday's fire. one cat was rescued, and it was returned to its owner. right now investigators are looking into whether a drug death of a baby.a role in the grieving neighbors stopping by to leave respects leaving candle s and a teddy bear. the baby'srandmother found the 5-week-old in a bed with two unresponsive adults. we now know firefighters did
investigators are looking at the possibility that one of them could have rolled over onto the baby. neighbors say they were disturbed after hearing the news. >> nobody would expect it from a, you know, christian family, really religious family. it's horrible. antoinette: neighbors say the baby's mother and father are still in the hospital. the district attorney not confirming if drugs were involved. doug: 5 on the opioid crisis. operation granite hammer makes a it has led to 15 more arrests. they rounded up suspects over the past three days. most of the suspects are charged with drug-related crimes. the arrests, by the way, including robert reidy, who police say had escaped from a minimum security facility in lawrence. he will be facing extradition to massachusetts. antoinette: this morning, the town of marshfield is on alert after the first confirmed case of rabies there in more than 15
a rabid skunk last wednesday night. they're under quarantine and they can't leave for more than a month. their owner was there visiting, here visiting, when it happened. she's now stuck here also but relieved that after nine days, there have been no signs of a rabies infection. >> i knew by the way it was behaving that it was rabid. i didn't know what was going to happen. i was afraid it was going to attack my dogs or me. tell us they don't know of any additional cases. evacuations underway in southern states. doug: wildfires burning for days. and the turn the investigation has taken. antoinette: colder weather have you feeling down? this video does. up xt, what doctors say cause the winter blues and how to start feeling better about it. kelly ann? kelly ann: temperatures stay cool today, but a warm-up is on the way. plus, a timeline for the next
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you get long-term protection against flu strains based on the first virus you were exposed to as a child. there are several different groups of flu strains. the researchers say the dominant strain changes over time so that your exposure will depend on your age. they say this information can help when trying to predict if a flu virus will become a pandemic. doug: forgive me if i'm a little down today. as the weather gets colder, doctors are seasonal affective disorder or s.a.d. it's kind of a depression many people get when the days get shorter and they stay darker longer. dr. io receive rock of the cleveland clinic say symptoms can start as early as september. he says the lack of sunlight is to blame, affecting the level of chemicals in your system linked to depression, mood, and your sleep cycle. >> get exercise. of course, that's something you always ought to do, but it's particularly important if you
you get outside and do things whether you feel like doing it or not. doug: if your symptoms still don't improve, you should see the doctor or go to the caribbean. antoinette: oh, gosh. you know, on our shift, we get up when it's still dark outside. doug: yes, yes. never ending. antoinette: i always thought about buying one of those lamps. kelly ann: it does make a difference. when you make up and you have the light there, you wanto get out of bed. antoinette: like doug said, go to kelly ann: exactly. doug: it's windy still. kelly ann: we have a lot to be thankful for. it's windy, but nothing compared to yesterday. winds yesterday got to 49 miles per hour. today they're not quite as strong. we'll see occasional gusts up to 20. so, yeah, some nuisance,ut nothing compared to the strength that weaw yesterday afternoon. that's something to be thankful for, because temperatures today are going to be cooler, so if those winds were strong, we would see those wind-chill factors down into the 30's.
right now we're seeing 35 in downtown boston. that wind chill, though, which, of course, is a big factor as you're heading out this morning, it's down into the 20's. that's the case as you move inland. that wind chill 22 degrees. that's what it's feeling like in worcester right now. we're actually seeing wind chills down into the teens as we move into western mass at this point. right along the coast, mid to upper 20 wind chills, feeling like 30 degrees in hyannis right now. our doppler showing a overhead. not much in the way of rainfall or snow. in fact, we go all the way up to the north in canada to see any sign of snowflakes. that's moving into maine as well. that is something that's not going to impact us. instead we're seeing rain pushing in. good news is a warm-up is moving in soon. we do have a system that's churning down to our south. that's going to help bring in nice mild air for tomorrow and
the price to pay is rainfall that will move in tuesday afternoon. futurecast looking quiet. we move through the afternoon today. beautiful blue sky. it's going to be really stunning out there today. keep in mind it will be chilly as we do see temperatures topping out in the upper 40'so lower 50's. as we move into the forecast later this eveninga few clouds moving in from the north and west that spread into tomorrow morning. won't be long-lived. you're waking up tomorrow morning, a mix underafternoon. things are staying cite for the rest of the -- staying dry for the rest of the weekend. the big difference will be temperatures as we see our temperatures warming up quite a bit heading into sunday. highs today topping out in the 40's region-wide. 48 degrees in boston but feeling like the lower 40's because that wind-chill factor mid 40's as we head out toward worcester. winds today are going to be gusting up to 20 miles per hour,
today. seven-day forecast -- we'll, we're focusing on your sunday, because we do have things getting quite a bit milder, but also becau we have the supermoon. this is going to be one of the biggest supermoons we have seen in nearly seven decades. it's going to look 15% larger. already just driving in this morning, the moon was absolutely magnificent! this is something that will be best seen early on monday morning. the rest of the seven-day forecast, we're talking abo some high tides as we head into that could interact with rainfall as we head into tuesday, doug and antoinette. antoinette: okay, kelly ann. thank you. 5:16. checking more of the stories happening right now -- doug: new evacuation in georgia in addition to evacuations earlier in north carolina as wildfires burn down south. authorities in seven states are working on cracking down people setting off wildfires. police have already made arson
kentucky. several children in georgia accused of setting a fire near an airport will be sent to a fire center intervention program. antoinette: the republican congress is already putting pressure on president-elect donald trump to move quickly on a controversial keystone pipeline. trump listed the pipeline that environmentalists strongly oppose as a project that he wants to move on in the first 100 days of hisresidey. president obama has reject ed carry oil from tar sands in alberta, canada, to refineries near houston. doug: caught on camera, a routine traffic stop in philadelphia goes wrong. the unidentified officer hanging onto the side of a truck before it slams into a parked ca i'm not sure what the sneakers and cleats have to do with it. nonetheless, we have that video coming up. then he tries to run. in the scuffle, the gun fires. the suspect is facing charges of
possession of a apon. announcer: now here's bob halloran with sportscenter 5, powered by xfinity. bob: some would say the celtics' three-game losing streak was due to the absences of al horford and jae crowder. but isaiah thomas would say, and he d say, it's because the celtics aren't the hardest playing team anymore. but last night, still without horford d crowder, thomas and his tank engine steamrolled over the knicks, 115-87. veterans day yesterday, a members of the milit standing ovation and some much deserved thank-you's. and after isaiah thomas called his team out for not playing hard enough, he went out and led the way with a 23-point first half and 29 points for the game. second quarter, carmelo anthony chirping in the ref's ear, and the ref has had more than enough. he t's him out. it's a second technical and an automatic ejection. gobye, melo. a little more from thomas. nice move to the hoop. celtics led by 10 at the break and added to it in the third quarter. and the knicks mailed it in from there. jalen brown with two of his 10,
they play at indiana tonight. boston college loses to florida state last night 45-7. and the bruins are in the desert tonight taking on the coyotes. that's it for sports. have a great day. doug: all rightbob. b.c. has to regroup. doctor wasn't this much fun. antoinette: the big surprise for this 100-year-old veteran and how his doctors turnnd ordinary visit into that's just a great on doug: awesome. this is not so awesome. 36 degrees out. it's dark. it's cold. winter's on the way. antoinette: hey, but -- doug: yes. antoinette: there's always a but. sun comes up earlierhis weekend than it did last week. doug: you're always so sitive. these are all good things. antoinette: it's the weekend. you've got coffee brewing. doug: you do?
kelly ann: chilly heading out the door. the gusty winds of yesterday are finally starting to weaken down. temperatures mainly in the 30's. right now downtown boston at 35. but feeling like the 20's because of that wind-chill factor which will be a factor throughout the day. right now in plymouth, 33 b feeling like 26.
if you have a door hanger, that is something you need to keep food out on your door. we're collecting non-perishable food items. boy scouts will be collecting that this morning. it's going to be chilly as they're heading out, but at least it will be sunny and dry. wind chills down in the 30's for them with that collection. good news is as we head into the afternoon, the winds will stay calmer and dry throught the day. antoinette: thank you. a birthday just happened to fall on veterans day. doug: mary saladna shows us how thinks families and doctor's office teamed up turprise him. mary: his tea threw him a party. >> you have a clean bill of health. mary: he turns 100 today on veterans day, fitting since he served in world war ii.
good genes and a quarter cup of honey in his daily coffee. >> i swears by honey. i has honey every day. and he'll tell you that's how you stay healthy. mary: i worked as a carpenter until fe yea ago, walked on the treadmill until he turned 97. his loving family keeps him going too. his wife of 65 years, margaret, along withheir five children, 13 grandchildren, and four great-grandkids. >> i'll try. >> i know you will, i know you will. >> ? happy birthday to you ? mary: mary saladna, wcvb newscenter 5. antoinette: that is fantastic. i love him. doug: such a sharp dresser. he's got the hat. antoinette: working until five years ago? doug: that's what keeps you young. antoinette: and the honey. doug: that reminds me. 5:24 is your time.
antoinette:s it really? doug: yes, it's why i do gift cards. antoinette: a warning for people using their phones to shop. doug: the pay rate for bridge worker jobs cmbing nearly 600%, and, yep, you're paying the bill. 5 investigates the pay hik courtesy of the state. antoinette: and we go live outside this morning. it's still dark. it's still early. and it's still cold out there. 36 degrees as you're stepping out right now. stit your hands. the eyeoper is back in just a feminutes. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5 president and general manager bill fine. >> in the weeks and months ahead, everyone will try to gain the attention and support of a new administration. optimists hope we unite. pessimists expect greater gridlock. but one issue is a no-brainer. increased assistance and
veterans. rug droppings, mold in showers and signs everywhere of overdue maintenance. that's just one sign of veteran services falling short. a more staggering indication -- an average of 20 veterans per day commit suicide according to the veterans administration. one exceptional model for delivering improved services has its roots in boston. homebase, a partnership of mass general hospital and the red sox un the invisible wounds of war for post-9/11 service members, veterans and their families. through clinical care, fitness and wellness based programs, community outreach, education d ch. they provide free care for the uninsured and time of service or discharge status doesn't matter. they help all but they require increased financial assistance
kelly ann: the strong winds of yesterday will weaken. temperatures will stay cool. doug: a close call at a local restaurant, a car crashing through, just missin the customers. how the owners' recent purchase may have saved the day. >> this is an example of a waste of taxpayer money. antoinette: bridge workers on a publicly funded job getting paid a higher rate than the governor. 5 investigates digging into a massive pay hike courtesy of the state. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. it is saturday morning, 5:30. i'm doug meehan. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio along with kelly ann cicalese. a little brisk out there. kelly ann: yes. antoinette: thankfully, not a wiy as yesterday. almost got blown away. kelly ann: it wouldn't take much. those winds were gusting up to 50 miles an hour. we did see reports of minor damage with that.
neighbor's yard. kelly ann: you don't have to rake. saves you some work. here's a look at what's going on right now. we do have winds dying down, but the temperatures are also falling as well. so we have a very chilly start out there. 35 in boston. worcester at 31 degrees. you're moving inland. that's where we're seeing temperatures western mass now in the upper 20's. a very cool start. add to the fact we have this slightest bit o wind, enough so that there is that wind-chill factor, and so feeling like as you're heading outside this morning. it's down into the 20's. we have 22-degree wind-chill factor in boston. worcester is feeling like 26 degrees. that's also the case in plymouth as well. heading overhead, we have a few clouds moving through. overall, the radar scan is looking rather quiet. we have a northerly wind bringing that cool air into the region. that's going to be a factor throughout the day. as you can see, temperatures really struggle. we're in the 30's to start this
those wind-chill factors even down into the low to mid 40's. doug and antoinette, a chilly start to our weekend, but we will see a warm-up tomorrow. antoinette: thank you. we are following breaking news on the eyeopener. doug: an explosion in afghanistan. four people dead,ore than a dozen hurt after a suicide bombing attack. the taliban is claiming responsibility. antoinette: outgoing new hampshire senator kelly ann may be in line for a new washington. the "washington post" reports donald trump's transition team is considering her for secretary of defense. she's a member of the homeland security committee. doug: many held signs offering community support. others used the gathering to protest the election of donald trump. the gathering was organized by two women on facebook.
interrupted. a car smashing into a danvers restaurant. there were people in those booths when the car came crashing in. the eyeopener's diane cho with that close call. diane: take a look at this surveillance video. >> all of a sudden, i heard that huge sound like an explosion and the car's in here. diane: just moments before that happened, you can see the car in the parking lot turning into a space in front of the restaurant. >> thank god nobody got hurt. diane: thewn had her car detailed and a car t mat got stuck under the brake pedal. the owner kept shatteroof glass which kept employees and customers from being injured. we're told customers had minor cuts and scrapes and the driver is doing okay, but the owner says she came in a ordered food and drove away in the same
antoinette: 5 investigates, imagine the pay for a job skyrocketing nearly 600% overnight. that's the deal the state gave bridge workers on a publicly funded job. doug: how did ithappen? here's investigative reporter kathy curran. kathy: the blynman bridge in gloucester. on the east coast.awbridges >> come in, please. kathy: a captain calls for passage. a worker puts the safety gate down and opens the bridge for the boats below. >> thank you. kathy: he closes the bridge, makes note of the vessels passing through and heads back inside where photos obtained by 5 investigates show a comfortable workplace complete with a futon for resting and a
it's a jobt pays between $75 and $120 an hour, at least $156,000 taxpayer dollars a year for a 40-hour work week, a bigger paycheck than the governor of our state. frank and pete were shocked by th $75 an hour rate. they worked for the bridge for about a decade until they were laid off last year. $75 an hour. what went through your mind? >> what's wrong with this picture? kathy: that massive increase pay increase kicked in when the state began maintenance. that contract triggered the wage law which required the workers get paid found in existing
of why the prevailing wage law is out of control. kathy: greg sullivan says massachusetts is one of only a handful of states that sets the prevailing wage that way. the median hourly wage nationally for a bridgetender is $22.10 an hour. >> it just seems like a huge waste. >> massachusetts is in a tough financial situation right now. when you see it wasted on something like this, it makes kathy: 5 investigate even this pig is feeding from the taxpayer trough. we discovered one of those high-paid bridge workers bringing her breakfast during the workday more tn an hour away from the job site. the bridge is maintained through a contract with the state department of transportation. asdot mas workers told us
they also told us bridge operators perform other duties on-site, but our investition found them just sitting in the trailer waiting for boats to come through the canal day after >> it just doesn't seem to make sense to me. kathy: the total cost to operate the bridge for the first six months of the year was almost half a million dollars. as far as that pig is concerned, a lawyer told us workers do feed the pig, but not during work hours. but they told massdot a very employee we saw was on vacation. the states now reviewing all of the work logs. kathy curran, 5 investigates. doug: kathy, thank you. the coast guard rescues two boaters in boston harbor. silent passage ran aground near lovells island yesterday. the cast gud sent a helicopter to lift the men off the boat to safety. nobody was hurt. a tragedy on a new hampshire lake. people watching from shor say a 62-year-old strafford woman
waters on bow lake when her kayak went over. rescuers raced to the water, but it took two hours for crews to find the woman. >> unfortunately, we ended up locating the kayak at one point. it was empty. and at that point, it turned into a search and rescue. doug: the fire chief urging lake residents to stay o antoinette: president obama delivering his final veterans day address of his presidency at the arlington nationacemetery. he reads at the tombs of the un know knowns. he urged americans to forge unity from our great diversity. doug: marking veterans day in the city of boston. the ceremonies included one at
district. among the speakers was nate boyer. he talked about how tough it is for many veterans returning home. >> there are so many men and women coming back and transitioning out of the military back into civilian life now. and it's ult.diffic people don't understand that sometimes, and we miss so badly our brothers and sisters that didn't make it back, you know, and we feel -- we feel guilty. doug: there are also veterans day outside of the memorial for the massachusetts 54th regiment which fought in the civil war. antoinette: there is a new program available to help veterans transition back to civilian life. attorney general maura healey announced the new grant over the veterans day holiday. it includes funding for legal, housing and educational assistance. doug: a belmont bakery damaged in an oven explosion is looking for a new home. the family business was working out of the same building for
now the landlord says reopening the bakery isn't possible. the cost for rebuilding are too high. they posted a plea on tir facebook page. antoinette: i've seen that video. it's shocking what happened there. doug: amazingly, nobody was killed. 5:40 is your time. a mystery memorial banner on a popular social mediasite. antoinette: how facebook said a glitch led to a mistake. doug: the holiday shopping season is upon us and the fake apps targeting you kelly ann? kelly ann: cool temperatures again today, but a warm-up is coming. the timeline on that plus the
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so are the numbers of fake apps posing as popular retailers. security research urging customers to be on alert as counterfeit apps could be stealing your money and personal information. the ceo of a company that builds apps for retailers warns showers of apps posing as dillard's, dollar tree, zappos, and our local company near new balance. a close watch on a wildfire. sky 5 over the scene. it's in the lynn woods reservation, a large recreation area. no homes were threatened. firefighters did go in to slow down the thread. much of the fire burned out on its own. kelly ann joining us. boy, it was windy. unbelievable. cindy: it's a huge factor added to the fact the rain wednesday wasn't very beneficial. it was still really dry ground.
tuesday into wednesday. could be some rain and the winds are finally starting to die down. antoinette: that's good news. kelly ann: temperatures out there are going to stay on the lower end of the scale, though. we're in the 30's out there this morning, but just the lightest of wind is making it feel like it's in the 20's. downtown boston, you're checking in at 35 degrees. worcester 31. springfield 31 degrees as well. but it's that wind that's making it feel like it's in the 20's right now. 22-degree wind-chill factors. that's what it's feeling like in worcester. even the cape, we're seeing wind chills down to 30 in hyannis at this point. good news, it will get slightly warmer this afternoon but not a huge warm-up as many of us top out in the upper 40's. it's not until tomorrow that we'll cross into the 50's for most locations. we are dry overhead. no signs of really any heavy clouds or rain at this point. taking a zoom out to our north, this is the direction of the weather pattern for today as we
north and west for this morning. that's keeping that chilly air in place, and you could even see some signs of snow starting to fall in canada. not going to start to fall locally, but we'll feel that air through much of the morning and afternoon as well. high temperatures topping out at 48 degrees in boston. that wind-chill factor will make it feel even cooler. worcester sitting at 44 degrees this afternoon. heading out onto the cape, upper 40's. cod see and providence. the overall feel of the forecast is quite a bit chillier. we do have high pressure that is influence for our forecast today. that is something that's going to keep things dry and also really sunny. we saw some beautiful blue skies yesterday. that's something we'll see again as you're heading out this morning and afternoon. but we have this northerly winds keeping things cool. it's also keeping things windy. the winds are nothing compared to yesterday. we saw wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour. occasional wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour will make it a
afternoon. now we shift into your forecast tomorrow. and as the high pressure starts to dip down to our south, those winds start to turn to the west. that's going to keep things nice and mild and just a bit warmer as we het into the forecast sunday andven monday. next we're keeping an eye on what's going on to our south. low-pressure bringing rainfall to the east coast that will be moving toward our area with chances of rain as we head into tuesday. something that at means some high tides could bring coastal flooding. here's your seven-day forecast. so we're tracking today's windy conditions. nothing compared to yesterday, but it's enough so that we have that wind-chill factor for this morning. wind chills down into the 20's. in the afternoon, those wind chills down to about 40 to even upper 30's. it is going to stay cool throughout tay and even for this evening. tomorrow we start to inch toward
monday. next chance of rain will approach for tuesday. so we'll have to keep an eye on that, because with an onshore wind, that means we could see coastal flooding for tuesday morning. good news is, doug and antoinette, we'll be drying out rather quickly heading into wednesday. doug: sounds great. time now is 5:48. checking some of the other stories happening for you right now -- antoinette: police in homestead, pennsylvania, opened fire on a suspect after an attack inside a mental health facility. the man stabbed several people during hospitals. the man allegedly refed to drop his gun, leading to that police shooting. the suspect was reportedly a former patient who claims the treatment ruined his life. two boston men are facing charges, arrested on illegal gun charges. police were responding to a report of a person carrying a gun near the courthouse on washington street. the men were eventually pulled over and taken into custody. a search of the car found two
boston police have taken 700 illegal guns off the streets. doug: a judge has ordered bottled westward to be delivered to flint, michigan, homes. after years of improper treatment, residents who can't get to a distribution site can call a community group for help. but the judge said that's not enough. delivery isn't required if a filter is installed. residents can decline the water. antoinette: caught on this is oklahoma here. a deer stuck in a clothing store after jumping in, making a dramatic escape. the animal jumping through the window of the american eagle store. listen to that, shattering that glass. the shoppers say the deer ran off away from the building. exactly how the deer got into the store, that is still unclear. doug: wow! hope it's okay. antoinette: a fitchburg girl
struggling with food insecurity. doug: the now 16-year-old teen made this her mission when she was 11 years old. erika: these bags ease worry. they lift spirits, fulfilling a fundamental need. they're the work of keira and her team of volunteers at karing 4 kids. back when she was 11, keira noticed something troubling every friday. >> kids were worried about when they're going to have the next meal. erika: she stood up. her plan -- pack food for kids in need to take home every week for the weekend. her dad skeptical at first she'd follow through, but not for long. >> i gave for her 11th birthday and asked her family to use money. erika: that first year, they re a two-person team. >> she packed every single one herself for the whole year. i hoped to load them up and we
school, three more schools were added. >> if there is a need, we will fill it. erika: the principal says karing 4 kids has never said no to a child. recipients are kept anonymous. >> we know food insecurity is notn exception, that the need to secure ata has continued to increase. so we certainly have seen the same pattern. erika: the operation so big, keira can't pay for it with birthday cash. >> donations, fundraisers, and private grants. erika: that work well worth it, she says, every time the weekend rolls around. >> i still get the good feeling knowing the kids, every friday, don't have to worry about waiting for their next meal. erika: karing 4 kids operates year-round working with the rec
they deliver special baskets for the holidays and gifts. erika tarantal, wcvb, newscenter 5. antoinette: we're approaching that time of year when a lot of people want to do a lot of good things. that is certainly an organization to donate to. doug: she says she feels good when she does good. fabulous. antoinette: fantastic. doug: deep breath. there's no snow yet. antoinette: yes. part of boston is being transformed into a winter wonderland. the new look taking over hall plaza come december. doug: wow! a live look outside in worcester right now. well, brighter skies, i guess. antoinette: slightly. doug: at 5:52, the sun will be up soon. kelly ann keeping an eye on your
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kelly ann: winds were extremely strong yesterday,p per hour, 50 miles per ho, rather. now, today, we're looking to see those winds die down just a bit. wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour will be possible. notice how those windsre starting to shift in direction. northwesterly winds for this morning will start to turn from the west for this afternoon. that's going to be something that's really going to impact you tomorrow as it brings in some warmer air and less chill to the air as you're heading out tomorrowfternoon. doppler showing a fewlouds
we're staying dry through the rest of the weekend. big patriots game tomorrow. it is going to be dry and clear. watch for those temperatures. there will be a chill to the air as we fall into the 40's for the kickoff of the game. winds will die down as well as we kick off the game tomorrow night. next three days looking relatively dry. by monday, we're crossing to near 60 degrees with that sunshine in place. doug and toinette, at least we're staying doug: good news. antoinette: not that we're trying to fast-forward through autumn, but city hll plaza is being transformed into a winter wonder land. doug: boston winter will include an 11,000-foot skate path. instead of a rink, it's a path. a shopping market as well. local artists and community groups will show off their talents on a community stage. the festivities will run through
for those of us who aren't great icskaters. we can stay in a certain area to get away from everybody else. doug: holding onto the rail. this is fun! not so much fun is with the coldereather comes flu season. antoinette: scientists uncovering a new clue. how you can get long-term protection from the virus. doug: plus piles of pills to prevent severe stomach pain. how this young teenager battles against a waking up, good morning. you picked perfect time to tune in. check out the impending sunrise over nahant this morning. it's a little cool but less windy. kelly ann has your forecast when we come back. >> monday morning on the eye, going beyond the bar code. >> using an app to find out what's in everything you buy. a mild start you, but rain on
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