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randy: breaking overnight, police officers ambushed, one of them killed. new information in on the southern states. >> a mother beaten to death in front of her disabled son. the party at the from of the randy: a sinking ship rescued by the coast guard. moments before a crash on the eye monday morning. >> also donald trump meeting with rick perry today. randy: other names are getting attention as the inner circle tightens. brace yourself for this as you head out. in many commuties, drivers in south boston and other areas
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snow and wind. an cold. adding up to a weather impact day, cindy. >> it sure is. it feels and looks like winter this morning. these pictures are coming out of salem, new hampshire where the snow is coating the ground. a lot of us dealing with that coating on the car tops. and the temperatures are at or below freezing tis morning, so just be careful. so trouble spots on the roads coming up. we'll see a lot of the snow shower activity is winding down. the last of the flakes lingering here, fr glouchester. we're seeg a frry starting to taper in the boston area. snow showers persisting in western, massachusetts and new york, that's a lake effect, due to winds that are going to be strong today, spinning around the storm. wind advisory up until 10:00 tonight, could see some gusts to 50 miles per hour. we're gusting close to 30 in worcester, and 40 les per hour down in nantucket, and that wind is the story today, because it's making us feel like it's 15 degrees in worcester. the wind chill is 20 right now in boston, so you want to dress
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all day long, and clouds break for a bit of sunshine but with that active wind, wind chills, no higher than the teens and 20s in most spotsoday t it is feeling like winters. let's go out to the roads right now. we have some trouble spots. olessa: several incidents coming in. first a live look at the delays along the expressway northbound heading away. as you head north we're watching a few issues startingere. this is involving an overturned car, anoth lowell on 495 south by the lowell connector and then as you travel south, make your way into bedford, another incident involving a spinout, route 3 south by route 62, and this crash just coming in 128 northbound by route 3, and we're watching one lane clos, southbound right near mystic avenue, as you travel eastbound on route 2, we have an accident by 128. then aside from that, south of town, jt normal delays, 24 heavy out of brockton, expressway 20, braintree to
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>> a heartreaking story i lowell. of four beaten to one of her sons, a witness to the attack. this morning no arrests were made >> the witnesses are speaking up in this. the eyeopener's doug meehan is in lowell where the witnesses e trying to point police in the righ direction. doug: they are not afrai to speak up about that attack. they tell newscenter 5 that it started at a party at westminster village apartments but it's unclear what spawrkd the deadly 44-year-old gloribel orengo was beaten to death near a dumpster. the attack happening in front of her son who has down syndrome. family members say a group of people mostly girls attacked the woman. >> they are a pack of wolves. and it's disgusting that they ntinue to be ab to rock the streets and be motrs when they
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street with r down syndrome son? do: the boy heldis mother in his arms. there are surveillance cameras in the area. it is unclear whether or not they captured the attack. live in loyel, doug meehan, newscenter 5. emily:hank you. breaking news, police officers targeted in three stas. one officer killed. the eyeopener's erika taranl is tracking overnight developments. erika. erika: we're talking about four glparate incidents now in stone, missouri. a police off a suspect is dead, details on that just coming in. and meanted the suspect who ambushed a police officer in that city has been killed in a shootout. the officer was shot twice in the face just sitting in his cruiser. he is expected to survive. and also breaking, a suspect is in custody after an officer was shot in sanibel, florida. this happened during a traffic stop on sunday. the suspect took off from the scene but was arrested a short time later. thefficer expected to be ok.
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detective benjamin mar kni. he was shot just noon ne police headquarters. heas writing a ticket when the suspect parked behind his cruiser and got out and shot him. tilll b celebrating the holidays. the p.d. will be burying one of its own because of an ultimate act of cowardice by a suspect who ll be caught and brought to justice. >> investigates believe this man may know something about the shooting. they are looking for allossibl motives. randy: happening in a matter of hours the lawyer for gary lee sampson, the murderer will begin to present t case in the sentencing retrial. sampson s sen t doth for a murder spree in 2001, that left three people dead in massachusetts and newampshire. he was granted a new sentencing trial on appeal. federal prosecutors rested t case on thursday, after fily members of the killed took the
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pharmaceutical executives facing attorneys for barry cadden and glen chin are demanding prosecutors release evidence ahead of the january trial. that's according to the herald. the men are charged in the murders of 25 people who died in that fungal meningitis outbreak. the 25 counts of second degree murder are part of a racketeeri case against the men. emily: today donald trump meets with former texas governor rick perry following a weekend of reveal any picks but his session with new jersey governor chris christie, one of more than 20 in two days. he is no longer in charge of the transition hopes totay in the inner circle. one of the longest meetingsas with general james mattis, a front runner for secretary of defense. trump also met with massachusetts governor mitt romney. v.p. elect mike pence saying
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active and serious consideration to become secretary of state. >> we have incredible people going to bekingor the country to make america great again. hisamily pla clear. trump making he says his wife and thr ten-year-old son barron will stay in new york until the school year ends. th months to go in office, president barack obama is looking to solidify the nuclear deal with iran. the obama administration is considering steps to provide licenses for more american market. they are also looking to lift additional u.s. sanctions. the effort to fortify that deal was underway before donald trump won the election. mr. trump and his national security picks opposed that deal randy: massachusetts attorney general maura healey's probe into exxon mobil lands her court dered deposition. healey will have to defend her probe that looks intother
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judge's orde raises concerns about political motivations in her use of per.e'll sh testify next month in texas along with new york's a.g. also new this monday morning we are learningeval patrick's lone walk was part of a goodbye ceremony thatost thousands of dollars. the 2014 farewell topped $300,000, though expenses were covered by donations from private citizens and corporations. walk and awards ceremony for patrick's staff and a portrait of him that hangs in the state house now. the expenses were just revealed in a public report. >> caught on camera a sea rescue off the coast of new bedford, a fishing boat taking on watern buzzer's bay, they called in for salvage operation that turned the six-mber crew had left new bedford days before returning yesterday morning with 5,000 pounds of scallops.
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when the ctaut theat on auto pilot to use the bathroom. the coast guard was called in with pumps to salvage the 72-foot captn jeff with no luck. the windy conditions making it worse. >> they should not have been in that area, you know, obviously it must have been a navigational error. >> nobody was hurt. the w be repaired in new bedford before it returns to its home in north carolina. right now some students at the bruce school in law fire damaged the school week ago while class was in session. students in 3-5 grade will go back to school this morning but kids in-8 grade will have no school again this wk. investigates say that the fire was likely causedy a malfunctioning power strip. randy: tom brady comes through after a close first half in san francisco. the standout moves putting the pats on top. major shopping day getting an theeals bargain hunters will
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educational and fun. new toys that expand kids' >>e're tracking breaking information on several police ambushes, including one in st. louis. the suspect in that shooting has been killed byolice. the officer who was critically hurt is expected to live, but another officer died after a similar shooting in texas. right now the search continues for that gunman. cindy. >> and tracking some snow showers a flurries out there right now. but wind the big stories ahead for the holiday trave th week. that's ahead. first take a lk at the temperatures as you are heading out the door. you can see it's only in the 20s in worcester with flakes
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>> it's boston's favorite way to wake up. >> another amazing wke. we so enjoyed it. >> great energy from the crowd. there is so many people coming out to see us, and waving to us along the way. it is such a good time after year and the weather was pretty good. >> it was overcast there, folks around bosto north shore and rceste saturday, sunny. >> right. >> and we did not know it.
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cape, and better saturday weather than what we had yesterday, and we're waking up here. >> it is. >> and it is snowing in plymouth up to marshfield, we're looking at a few flakes, we have some of those lingering around cape ann, as well, gloucester dn to beverly, still a couple of akes flying here out towards hudsonnd back to townsend, not a lot happening. we a tondhe bk deck but there is enough moisturether out with temperatures near the freezing mark at it uld be slippery so keep that in mind. look at the snow totals from the western part of the state, lennox, a foot, over a foot up through southern vermont, so heavy snow out that way, much lighter amounts aro here. but i wanted to show you all the way down to marshfield, got this picture in on twitter, that's a bit of snow coating the deck and we're seeing that similar scene in other spo. and kelly sent this in,
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pictures back there but a lot of snow out there on the decks. and many areas reporting that light coating. the temperature, the issue because it's only 27 in worcester. 31 in boston. 30 in beverly, and even just a little coating of snow herend ther can make things slippery this morning. the storm is sitting to the north side right now, and the moisture is gone, we're seeing the lakeffect across new york state. but the wind is going to be a big problem for us today because itill be gusting to 20 to 30 to 4 that's enough to do some damage sohere is a wind advisory up for that reason. you can see the gusts already active this morning. that is knocking back the windis for is a feels like or wind chill temperature, that is only 15 right now in worcester. elsewhere, it's at or around 20 degrees, and those wind chills are going to hold in the 20s all day long, so a break for sunshine. the flurries are winding down this morning month, and i a brighter day with the temperatures in the 30s to around 40, but it will feel much colder with the wnd, and you can see on the future cast, the
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and otherwise, it's dry today, and clouds a times, otherwise a. tonight, dropping back down into and ings will start tomprove for us tomorrow, we havegh pssud that high going to give us some sunshinrow, allow the winds to settle. we're going to watch this system off to the west, and that will make a run on thanksgiving day so traveling on wednesday, locally looks good, but on thanksgiving it may be cold enough in the morning as t there could be a light mix, the afternoon temperatures sneak up into the lower 40s on thanksgiving, we're still in the 40s on friday and saturday, ando notice a few showers around, so traveling before the holiday looks good during orer the holicould ve a few issues. >> the big getaw, we should be ok. >> we should. >> but not ok this morning. >> no, unfortunately, we have a lot of problems this morning. over to the maps and i will show you where. first we'll start things off north of town. we have a crash involving an overturned car.
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495 south, and a spinout as you travel along route 3 by 62 here in bedford, and southbound side has one lane closed. and watching another crash on 128 north by route 3, and the as you travel eastbound, at least three or four vehicles involved in an accident here, pretty serious crash, so expect delays if that's where you are heading and this is right over by 128. he or she on 495, this sch mike, south of town, heavy glaze on 24, and the expressway, about 30 to 35 braintree into boston. we're also watching some mine delays on the red line for the braintree branch and everything else is running on schedule. >> tom brady's homoming ends in a win over the san francisco 49ers. it started with a bang throwing for two touchdowns on the first
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the touchdown. and the ps go on to win this. 30-17, the nex game will be sunday against the jets in new rsey. >> your economy cyber monday getting an early start this year, retail giant wal-mart says it will roll out cyber deals on black friday starting a 12:01:00 a.m. and last year wal-mart opened the deals on the sunday after thanksgiving. wal-mart will open at 6:00 p.m. but not here in massachusetts because of the blue laws. checking the markets,s weigh a likely fed interest rat hike next month. right now u. stock futures are higher. this week is a short trading week bause of the holidays with repor expected on home sales and unemployment. andust days before millions o americans are set to travel for thanksgiving a planned strike atne of the busiest airports in the country. o'hare airport are expected to announce the exact plans today.
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janitors and other workers are fighting for a pay increase. service will be disrupted but the airport will not shut down. >> ready or not, the holiday shopping season isr upon us. black friday. just four days away, andew this morning erika is back with some new educational toys just on the shelves. >> we're going to help you get ready. >> the mommy blogger is behind the city big moms shang their picks. they just got back from a toy convention, and they say these gifts are bound to be >> who better to cal for toy advice than a mom expert. lauren from big city moms favorites.ur call for five first this crawl around learning center. three levels of learning, entertain baby to toddl. >> they can started to recognize shapes and start to recognize letters and parts of the body. >> the blocks are not new but the designs are. encouraging creative play and problem solving. a favoritef lauren's kids. >> all three of them, two, four,
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this helps kids start sequencing. the sections come apart allowing for diffent movements and sounds. >> there is critical thinking skills because you can have terpillar go from one point to another and what pieces do i need to pu in there? >> the wow and wonder set screams fun to a budding scientist. >> there are cars that come with it so as your kid gets older it tells you a little experiment that is geared towards these ages. >> and fly, old favorites caterpillar so you can see that there is a develop- velcro. >> a great way to encourage the littlest othe list. i think that i had that little guy. they continue to redesign them. so big city moms, they always are full of great advice, the event is in boston, a big event coming up. it's december 8, the weston waterfront, and i will be oa parenting panel,o yeah, so plse join us. go to our webte for the
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all. >> great advice. one of the hardest hits at yesterday's vikings' game was by accident. the hit that no one saw coming. it's in eyepoppers, and then new at 6:30 a search for the peoe whose car plowed into this northborough home. why police say that they were driving wildly before the impact. and incidents like this, intimidating moment leading to an anti-hate rally at the state house and the attorney general says that this harassment is only theip ofhe iceberg. the trole se. and this buyer -- fire caused by a toy, getting pulled off the store shelves right before the holiday. >> and breaking news. we're watching a crash on route 2 right over by 128. we have this crash here with at least several cars involved, and at least one lane is shut down.
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>> thank you to our fries at thr natick senior center fo wakeup call. >> we were performin with them. >> we were. >> unfortunately you did not see that. >> yes. i saw it. >> and i enjoyed it very much. >> i think the peopl at home wod have, as well. more serious note, you can see the radar showing the snow showers and flurries beginning to taper off, but unfortunately the dama is done, the roads are a little slippery, notice why. temperatures this morning running near or below freezin bit of moisture o is slippery in spots, so be careful. wind and cold, the big story today, a wind advisory up until 10:00 p.m. so it is an impact weather da and you can see a gh today, stuck in the 30s, and it's a slow climb as the clouds mix with sunshine today. randy. randy: all right, time for the monday eyepoppers. and this one is about thanksgiving, of course. >> about generosity. >> or intended for bad driving, i don't know. police are taking an unusual
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instead of tickets for minor infractions. drivers get a quick talking to, and then out pops the turkey prize. the officers say the know people could use the food and they are creating good will, and they are giving prizes for bad behavior? i don't know. >> just for now, though. >> just for now. >> the poor guy. >> the video, timing is everything. minnesota vikings leveling a sound guy. watch as he tries t ayers. >> he's ok. >> he's ok even with a bloody nose. he went back to work and better he was smiling the entire time, and oh, we have to watch it again? >> can you -- would you -- i'm rry, you are laughing, and jena, it is not funny. that man could have been seriously hurt? he's ok. he just got in on the action. selena gomez is getting a lot of
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>> a mother's life tragically cut short. the brutal beating witnesses say happened right in front of her son. >> the unanswered questions this morning. >> breaking overnight, police officers in three states, ambushed. >> the new clue in the murder of one of those officers. >> a rally against hate at the >> snow hits new england, but it's cold and wind, that's really sticking. randy: cindy's holiday week forecast on the eye. 6:30n monday morning, and we are live here, sky5 over route 2. this is the eastbound side in lexington. you can see there is a serious accident. they are working to get out of there, just one lane of traffic getting by at this hour. olessa will be updating this for you. thank you for joining us, i'm randy price.
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well, and we are calling this a weather impact day today. if you haveot looked outside yet, you might be surprised. >> wind and cold, the story all day long but this morning, there is a bit of snow. >> it can do a lot of damage. >> absolutely. >> so it's a little dusting in many areas, wanted to show you a live picture of boston because the snow stopped, look at the tops of the buildings, that's a dusting of snow even in the city. so causing some problems this morning. kids want to bundle up with their winter gear if you can find it out of the bus stop. holding in the 20s all dy long. right now the wind chills are just 15 in worcester, 20 out the door in town, and the wind chills will be with us all day. temperatures i 20sn e even below freezing in boston, just barely above down in the cape. so with these temperatures near or below freezing and a bit of snow shower activity, it has created some problems. a lot of the flurries are winding down. still looking at a few flakes west o the city from whalen out
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towards plymouth and marshfield, things will be tapering off terms of the snow showe activity but the storm is sitting to the north and the winds are active all day long. weave a wind advisory for gusts to 50, until 100 tonight, and that wind is ging to keep the temperatures down, too, and l. we'll get no higher than the upper 30s. wind chills, they are stuck in the 20s all day long, let's go out to the roads. get you updated on the situation out there. a lot of trouble spots, olessa. >> we're starting with theky this is route 2, and as you can see, heavy police presence with the fire department on the scene. it appears there are two vehicles involved, one right here, jaws of life was used on this car and another car that's spun out right there. and this is all happening eastbound on route 2 right by 128, just the left lane getting by. so give yourself lots of extra travel time. we'll keep you posted. let's go to the maps, in addition to that, we have a couple other problems as well,
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westford, four-door south by boston road, overturned car involved, and we're watching a crash south by routed 3, and another as you travel through bedford, by route 62, and we're watching an accident on 128 north northbound. one iident 128 south, and as you travel route 2, there is the scene you just saw live and we'll keep youost and another incident, the last one here, 93 southbound by the carpool lane. >> tnk you. we are following more breaking news. >> and erika is tracking the overnight developments. >> and that breaking news is coming from st. louis. we're learning the suspect in the shooting of a police officer there is dead after an overnight shootout with police. the officer was shot in an ambushed style attack last night, officers in florida and texas were also targeted. it does not appear the attacks are related. and still no arrests after a mother was beaten to deatht an apartment complex in lowell. witnesses say the 44-yearld and they say her sonht after a witnessed that horrific attack.
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perry. the meeting comes on the heels of talks for cabinet positions including former massachusetts governor mitt romney being looked at, at the secretary of st >> right now a new call for unity after dozens of reports of hate crimes in the commonwealth. >> and the eye's sera congi is at the state house in boston where hate will be denounced later this morning. >> emily and randy, that rally is called massachusetts speaks out against hate. it is scheduled to ke place at 11:00 here at the mayor walsh and attorney general maura healey are expected to attend. now since healey set up a harassment hotline a week ago, there have been more than 300 calls. 60 considere substantive complains. the hotline set up in resnse to increase the reports of g behavior since the election. among them donald trump supporters who sped through the campus of wellesley college yelling slurs the day after the
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their fraternity andeatening letters placed in the mailbox of a man in nathat contained profanity and racial slurs. the rooate is from uganda and has moved to framingham fearing for her safety. on friday, healey discussed more troubling incidents. >> they range from calls where people have beenun off the road, called the n word. in our state, fks, ok i want to be really clear, this stuff >> more than 30 groups and organizations are expected to take part in today's rally. ve from the state house, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> thank you, a search right now for the people inside of a car that plowed into the front dr of a northug home. it happened in t middle of the night on hudson street. an elderly couple and their daught-in-law and her son were asleep inside. >> we were woken, or i was from my son yelling, that there was a
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door.uldn't get out the front they came down the street with no headligs on. so, and unless you know the corner, you are going to hit something. >> the car was involved in a chase on interstate 290 that was called off when that car left the highway. the building inspector says that the house is structurally sound. new this morning, self driving cars will come to boston before the year is over. cambridge-base start-up will startunng the cars in south with the city. the cars will be tested in a public area, the raymond l. flynn park and they will have a driver to take over in case of emergency. they have been running tests on the vehicles in singapore for months. randy: there is an extended break for students. they have been having a bit of trouble in that city, and forced college students to leave campus early. the students were told to be out of their dorms by 4:00 yesterday ternoon, so the crews would
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use throughout the westfield asking people to conserve until the problem is fixed. >> a gift from toys 'r' us being blamed for a huge fire. the popular toy th store is resing to sell. also samsung users have an unexpe reaction to the galaxy note 7 disaster. where their loyalty lies now according to experts, and updating the breaking n in st. louis, missouri. the suspect in an ambush on a police officer has been killed in a shootout with police on police across the country. we are still trying to learn the motive and the names of the suected shooters. olessa. >> we' follo bg nws in lexington right now. is is route 2 eastbound as you can see, heavy fire department presence also crews here trying to clearhe scene of t accident. there it goes, gettinon the tow truck. we have only got one lane getting by and jaws of life was used on this vehicle, so a
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>> breaking news in lexington. we're watching a crash on route 2 eastbound in the process of clearing as you can see there. that vehicle had jaws of life used on it. the fire department is on the scene and the police department, as well. another car involved in this spinout as well and right now only the left lane is getting
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up. not a very pleasant start. >> no, not at all. and it's very light snow showers andlurries. a lot that tapering off. we're not seeing much activity on the radar. however the temperatures are below freezing this morning. so it is resulti in slippery travel. it's an impact weather day, really because of the winds and the cold. temperatures stuck in the 30s today, wd chills no higher than the 20s, winds die down tomorrow, traveling looks good through wednesday, and we may have more stormy weather moving in for thanksgiving. shock or this family, this fire caused by an explosion -- ploding toy truck. a washington family says that they bought the tonka riding truck at toys 'r' us, and they were on the way home when it burst io flames. that item from the shelves, a website as it invesgates the claim. the flames were so intense, that the fire dartment was called to douse the fire after a fire extinguisher didt do the trick, they are lucky the toy
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>> updates ahead on the breaking news we're following thismornin. new information on the attacks putting pole across the country on edg and right now federal regulators are considering a change for all train conductors. the test that could follow a deadly crash in new jersey. and we are continuing to follow this breaking news here, a serious crash on route 2 east in lexington. that carow up on the front. but as you can see, only one lane getting by there. oles is following this. and sh
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emily: it is 6:45, the tea ready th yr news to go in lowell, boston and erika i following brking ns in attacks targeting police officers. >> and following a big accident on route 2, this is the eastbound lanes in lexington where they were working to get that accident out of there right squeezing by in one lane. emily: it is going to be a weather impact day. we can see the snow. a lot of people waking up with at this morning? you have got it, a coating still out there, weather impact day is really there with the wind and the cold. you can see the snow swers tapering off but they did leave behind that coating, causing some problems on the roads this morning, and sticking to the grass, thisture from salem, new hampshire, just coming in, this is what it looks like with the sun up there this morning,
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issue, look at the temperatures, they are below freezing even in boston. 20s out through worcester so a little touch of snow, touching the roads can make things very slippery. where we have the snow right now is west of town out along 128, this extends beyond there back towards framingham out to hudson. a few snow showers down to plymouth, and these are in the process of winding down. you can see the activity beginning to wane. the exception will be in the snow will be an issue. the storm is sitting to the north and pulling in a lot of wind and cold. wind advisory for gusts to 50 miles per hour throughout the day. winds gusting out there this mornstroinds are going to be with us all day, so it will feel colder out there than it is. wind chills in the teens and 20s this morning. hold in the 20s all day long, so that is what you wan to dress for. clouds will be mixed with sunshine, tempetures only topping out in the upper 30s
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terms of the snow shower activity today, it's a blend of clouds and sunshe today. a few clouds coming through tonight, and a high pressure settling in, so we'll quiet things down tomorrow, and we'll watch the system here the west, and this does not come in until thanksging. and so we are talking about good avel weather coming up on wednesday. let's go out to the roads. what a mess out there. >> breaking news here from sky 5, this is route 2 eastbound in lexington, as you can see, several cws still on the scene and only the left lane getting by. rs, on spun out, and you can se it right there, and another now on this towck, and jaws of life used on that vehicle, so a serious incident, heavy delays in the area, i will keep you posted. we havea few other problems, watching a crash here on 495 south by route 3 in lowell, another accident in bedford, clearing on route 3, by route 62, there is a spinout and o 8 northbound by route, an accident ere. there is the eastboundra on route 2 eastbound thatou just
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have heavy delays plus the ramp to 128 is also closed this morning. and there is an accident on 93 southbound over in summerville right by the carpool lane, and in addition to that we' watching the train delays this morning. the braintree branch of the red line has delays right now, and we also have breaking news right now in summerville, a vehicle collided with the state police cruiser on interstate 93, it happened at 6:15 on the northbound side of the highway, and nobody was serio hurt. the driveid stay on the scene and asf right now has not been prepared for heavy delays as you approach that incident. >> all right, thank you. a tragic story out of lowell, a mother of four, beate to death. >> and the eyeopener's doug meehan is in lowell where police are searching for the suspects. >> randy and emily, good morning, as of this morning, no arrests wereade in what is being described as a savage beating of this mother just outside of these apartment complexes here in lowell. listen to one of the eyewitsses describing the
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seen a woman like loop around >> 44-year-old gloribel orengo was beaten to death near a dumpster here at this complex. it happened in front of her son who has down syndrome. it followed some typef a confrontation at a party on saturday night. that the payar s that they know who the women are. if you have any information about this beating, you are asked to call lowell police. live in lowellhi morni, >> breaking news, four police shootings in three states, in gle, an officer just coming in recoveringn officer in st. louis shot twice in hisruiser, is also expected to recover, and we jus learned the suspect there was killed in a shootout. another suspect shooter was officer was shouring ar an traffic stop in sanibel. at officer also expecd to be ok. but in san antonio, the search
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investigates looki for this car and a man that they believe has information. theetective was shot on sdawhil. police at this pnt considering allossible motives. emily. >> donald trump expectedo meet with former governor perry today. trump hosted 20 meetings with picks over the weekend. trump says some deals were finalized but no job announcements were made. bigames meeting with theesidente >> a rally against hat is expe to take place here at the state house later this morning. mayor walsh and attorney general maura healey both going to attend. now healey reports that over 300 calls were made to a hate and harassment hotli that she set up a week ago. 60 of the calls considered substantive. now since the presidential election incidents of hate and harassment have taken place in massachusetts. like a group of pro trump
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yelling slurs the day after the al a natick resident received threatening racist letters. today's rally was 30 groups and at 11:00 a.m., will get started live at the state house, sera congi, newscenter 5. >> all right, thank you. and president barack obama in peru holding his final news conference with the internationaledia. the president sys that he hopes that thenited states wil continue to pursue global trade agreements but sayshat the world should brace itself for major shifts american politics. mr. obama spoke with russian president vladimir putin while at the apex summit it ishe first meeting between the two leaders since the election. >> the man accused in this hit and run in chelsea is expected in court today. images captured 25-year-olde arnold hernandez of lynn hitting a 72-year-old woman with his car investigates say that a tip from a family member helped them to make the arrest on saturday.
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police in north dakota over a controversial pipeline project. 400 people clashedith law enforcement late yesterday as they tried to cross a bridge on a state highway. were many people demonstrators have protested the dakota access pipeline for months saying that it could pollute thenkinge near tribal regulators wantn operatorsround the country tested to sleep disorders after this deadly crash inew jersey. commuter train crash was later diagnosed with sleep apnea and that may have led to the crash that killed a woman on the platform. the engineer says that he does not remember it. randy: samsung brand still flourishing despite recalling the galaxy note 7s which could explode. the rters-ipsos polls show samsung's smart-phone users are as loyal to their brand as apple users. 91% of current users say they
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recall were just as interested in samsung as those who did not. >> if yoare broken you do want have to stay broken. whether you respect me or not that's one thing you should know about me i i care about people and thk you very much for this. this is for you. thank you. >> an emotionalpeech at the american music awards. selena gomez making her first public appearance since taking a break from her career earlier this year. gomez also thanked her fs for sticking by her through a tough artist. >> gomez also up for the biggest award of the night, but that went to ariana grande. she took home artist of the year thanks to a handful of big hits from this year. the award was handed out by donnie wahlberg and wife and actress jenny mccarthy. >> tom brady's homecomin ends in a win over the san francisco 49ers. the patriot's quarterback started with a bang throwing for two touchdowns on the first two
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he finds malcolm mitchell for the tunnel. pats go on to win it 30-17, and next game on sunday against the jets in new jersey. and the eyeopener team having a little fun. we celebrated the thanksgiving eventmout on s randy, myself, and joined by antoinette and cindy and olessa, it is an annual tradition for us, and of course, thousands of others,oluners, working hard to make that parade a big success. >> a lot of fun. ig on rou 2. >> we're talking about this crash in lexington, this is eastbound on route 2 right over by 128, sky5 on the scene. as you can see, an active scene with two lanes open, this car on the tow truck, jaws of life was usedn that vehicle, and another car spun out, and they are just starting to move it from the side of the road. so it's going to be a messy ride eastbound. this is where the commute take you, plan accding and we'll keep you posted on any changes. let's go to the maps and check your ride. it's been a ride.
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south. in lowell, another crash clearing in bedford on route 3 by route 62 and 128 north by route 3, and there is the crash you just saw live. very heavy delays approaching. and still watching this incident on 93 south. right near e carpool lanes. trains and buses are back on schedule. cindy, unfortunately, that little bit of snow can do a lot of damage. >> we're seeing breaks in the clouds, but still is a few flurries flying around the air. look at the temperature, just 3e out of the west, at 15 miles per hour. it is gusting higher in a lot of spots, and that is knocking back the wind chill, so dress for a els like temperature around 20 , and it feels like it's in the teens so dress for winter today, you will be glad that you did. a lot of these snow showers from earlier this morning, winding down right now but still a couple of flakes flying out through metro wt, and from framingham evennto needham up towards walfam, and arlington. and these are going to continue
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air with the gusty winds, wind advisory until 10:00 the winds could gust to 50 miles per hour. that's going to make it feel cold. wind chis no higher tan the 20s, temperatures come up into the upper 30s with a mixre of clouds and sun, and highs again upper 30s may touch 40 on the cape but it will feel colder with that wind, and we're back down into the 20s and 30s so there could be a refreeze, the high pressure building in for your tuesday, so the winds begin to relax and that will hang on into storm back in theiddle of the country move towards us, it looks lik great weather for traveling on thanksgiving wednesday. we're talking about a temperature in the lower 40s and on thanksgiving day, that system makes a run at us, so during the morning there could be a light mix before we transition over to showers in the afternoon. and it's in the low to mid 40s on thanksgiving. we could have more uettled weather on friday and saturday, so not the greatest week for a lot of holiday traveling but today all about the wind and the cold, and be careful out there
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>> find the winter gear. ind it. >> quickly. >> and remember, if you are on the go, you can track the latest weather conditions, the forecast right now or any time on the mobile app. >> erika and doug and cindy are with you at noon and all of us
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imagine a world where the holidays were about people again. where doorbusters referred to loved ones pouring through the front door. and the four-letter word that defined theeason was l-o-v-e and not s-a-l-e. was to spot a reindeer in the sky?
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and homegoods stores livin. where there's no need for sales and where you can always save on thoughtful gifts thanks to weekly arrivals of new products. let's put more value on what really matters. this season bring back the holidays
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good morning, america. the northeast hit by the first major snowstorm of the the season. a foot of snow already falling. more on the way. wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour. chicago to florida, as millions prepare to hit the road for thanksgiving. breaking massive manhunt. four police officers shot from st. louis to s antonio. a cop attacked while driving his squad car. a 20-year vet ran gund down while writing a ticket. president trump closes in on new cabinet picks. 21 meetings in two days. an announcement about secretary of defense is imminent.


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