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. a brazen attack caught on camera a robber going after a clerk with a knife only to be pushed back, now police say they know who is behind the mask. tracking snow on the move and the timing is critical. the very latest hour by hour through your evening commute. a teen shot by a stray bullet flying through his kitchen, the violence that has one neighborhood on edge. the patriots preparing bill belichick talks play offs and even gets questions about a new look he is sporting. live from the channel 4 studios in boston. wbz news at noon starts right now.
on the storm a live look at the city of boston, blue skies hanging on out there. change. some messy weather is on its way, which will make a tough evening commute. good afternoon thanks for being with us. we are bracing for a touch of winter tonight with the snow on its way, danielle is tracking the storm, joins us with the very latest hour by hour. it is all about the latest hour by hour that's going to make a difference at bursts of snow are coming in through central new york and a couple flurries and snow showers through western new england. it is a quick shot of snow as it is a fast moving disturbance between 4 and 10 p.m. as the snow pushes in from west to east. this will create hazardous travel, all about timing right in time for the evening commute many snow covered roads, especially north and west of boston with temperatures a little bit colder even by just a couple degrees. accumulation this is not a
inches in spots the jackpot for this event will be across maine where 6 to 12 inches will be in place by the time we get into tomorrow. hour by hour the clouds over increase and thicken. it will start to look like snow out there temperatures rising into the mid-30s for a lot of coastline. bursts of snow arrive into worcester county first, right around 4:00 and spread east by the time we get to 7 p.m. i'd say especially towards the tail end of the evening drive notice the temperatures right around 32 degrees particularly north and west of boston where some slippery roads and the accumulation will start comes down hard enough too we get deep blues in here which indicates moderate to heavy bursts of snow all wrap up as we head into the over night expected snow 1 to 3 inches of blue, with wet flakes on the cape. we'll have more in just a couple minutes. good time to remind our viewers that you can track this
get live weather alerts and radar free both in itunes and app scores. a violence attack on camera a suspect is in jail facing several charges after a quick arrest by police. susie talked to the victim and has his story. this is impressive video. in it you'll see that store clerk who was able to defend himself when his store was held up sunday morning. >> it is our first glimpse who police say is the man behind a mask to jumped on the counter top wielding a life demanding money. jose sanchez will be charged with robbery, assault and battery, an assault to murder. i saw the guys outside this last friday. we broke the news to the store owner who had no trouble facing the robber in his store
i'm very happy. this guy should be out from the city. while the robber eventually made off with $200 the owner's knife, the owner put up a good fight and tells us he hasn't felt the same at work since. >> this isn't the first time this store clerk or this store point. the same thing happened about 2 and a half years ago in that case police were also able to make a quick arrest. susie, wbz news. now at noon a teen hospitalized after being shot while standing in his own kitchen. police say he was just an innocent bystander. nicole jacobs is live with more on what happened. chris that 17-year-old is going to be okay in fact he posted some to social media since the shooting but he was minding his own business in his own home in his kitchen when he was shot by this stray bullet
responsible. >> the sun is up over the apartments where monday night gunfire shook things up a bit. just getting crazy. something is going to be done. >> it is rattled the nerves of place to live. >> my wife said that's fireworks, i said no that'sgunshots. >> in the parking lot bullets year-old boy. >> one went through the wall of the apartment. >> he was an innocent victim taken to boston medical center for treatment while investigators search for answers into the 18 shell casings from two different weapons caught in the crossfire, four homes and three vehicles. >> george pantos heard the shots and went outside to this. >> glass all shattered the
cop came over took the bullet. as they search for who is responsible they hope a new day brings new clues. >> there was another shooting yesterday at this complex according to the lieutenant still, he says, that this is not a crime-ridden area, also says he does not believe those two shootings are related. anyone with information certainly deserves to contact police. we're live wbz news. a bad crash causing big traffic problems on 128 near lexington. state police say a wrong way driver caused the head on collision on the northbound side around 4:15 this morning, both drivers involved suffered seriesinjuries were taken to the hospital the northbound lanes were closed for 2 hours while investigators worked. it is unclear which driver was the one going the wrong way. we are following breaking news in turkey. a suicide bomber with ties to
this morning and a historic and busy tourist part. 9 of the people killed were traveling from germany. 15 others injured. anyone connected to this attack will be found and receive the punishment they deserve. right now president obama is putting the finishing touches on his final state of the union address. this one promises to be like no other. >> reporter: president obama is just hours away from his final state of the union address which aides say will focus on the future of america for generations to come. cbs news political director john dickerson says the president probably spent a lot of time contemplating his legacy and can use tonight's speech to highlight. >> when historians start to look back if there is something that frames the obama years that's probably his best chance tonight.
"today" show, the president says he regrets the devicive nature of politics. if we can get our politics right, turns out we're not as divided on the ideological spectrum as people make us out to be. the divide is evident in the approval rating which the new york times poll shows is split with 46% approving which 47% disapproving. >> tonight will be the first time congressman paul ryan will sit behind president obama as speaker of the house, he says he is keeping his expectations low. >> this president has continued to kick the can down the road and i see no change in his behavior. the white house says it is still interested in finding areas where it can work with ryan and the republican- controlled congress during the president's final year in office. cbs news, capitol hill. tonight a 9-year-old boy from syria will be congressman seth's guest at the house
akman, who lost his arm in an attack on a refugee camp his that attack. the boy wrote to president obama wrote a letter asking the u.s. to let more syrian refugees into the country. you can watch the president's address right here tonight here on wbz at 9:00 and stay with us for the news at 11:00. and campaign 2016 the race for the next president brings chelsea clinton to new england this morning the former first daughter appeared at a round her mother. manchester and portsmouth. $1.5 million. seems like there is one way to guarantee a winning this prize of $2 a ticket, and one in $292
you can buy every combination for $584 million still walk away with a profit but you need for it. it is time for the patriots to do their jobs the team just about to get back on the practice field to gear up for saturday's divisional play offs against the chiefs last time they placed off it is not pretty for the pats they lost 41-7 and tom brady was benched but bill belichick says that was all in the past. >> we are facing this team harder playing, well coach, have a lot of great players and playing extremely well. a big challenge for us here, we have a lot of work to do last time we played them wasn't a very pretty night for us.
you may notice his black eye there, when he brushed it offnd said quote i think i'll live. he said he thinks he doesn't need to file a coach's injury report but will do it if they will. and says he is ready to take on the chiefs but knows how is the best time to put his best foot forward. >> the ramifications are different. you really don't have next week to get it right. so we work pretty hard to get to this point and we're out to have our best week to have great team work playing. wbz is your home for the patriots we have all the action right here, kick it off with a special 90 minute game day show at 2:00, then the big game the pats and the chiefs kickoff at 4:35, stick around for the post game show here on wbz. we are learning new information about tom brady, get this. he doesn't need that cup of joe to avoid the afternoon slump.
he has never had coffee in his life. weekly radio show brady says he just never tried it. of course coffee doesn't exactly fit in brady's uber healthy diet. >> coming up a dad to the rescue, how his quick action saved kids and teachers at local day care. and a hack alert to tell you about the local hospitals now dealing with a data breach could your information be at risk? the dangers of dating apps two men attack after responding to a dating profile.
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using dating apps, two worcester men were attacked after going to meet a woman both went to a lobby but instead attacked by a man one stabbed. >> shows the level of violence that these two perpetrators are willing to do to somebody. >> police say both men responded to the same woman's profile a week apart. the stabbing victim is expected to be okay. police are reminding daters to
today women's and hospitals are warning about a security breach that could affect information. hackers broke into an e-mail account and gained access to thousand patient's names, dates of birth and medical information, says hackers didn't get health insurance numbers or financial information so far there is no evidence that the information has been misused. a father on his way to work takes quick action and ends up saving lives. matt is a firefighter, but when he drops his two kids off at preschool he smelled something unusual. he called the department and got everybody out fire crews found the basement full of carbon monoxide. >> i smelled the odor and new something wasn't right. i investigated a little further and seems to be all throughout the building i asked the school director and her teacher to get the children out of the building.
been fixed. time to turn our attention to the weather today, it's been a nice start out there. amazing how a day could change because the sun has been shining a cold start now the clouds are already starting to move in, it is going to change pretty quickly here, be prepped for a slick evening commute in spots a live look at the city of boston where we're seeing just some of those high thin cirrus clouds, these are going to thicken pretty quickly over the next couple of hours, going to start to look like snow out there. here is a look at the radar. current radar, there are some radar echoes showing up here in southern new england, but a lot of this is not making it down to the ground just yet, the air is just too dry. when the precipitation falls but doesn't make it to the ground we caught it virga. we're seeing some of that herback to broomfield, as the
saturated we will see these bursts of snow mixed rain start to move in through mid to late afternoon. etc. -- especially through the evening hours after starting through the teens many spots were in the teens worcester to keen to the cape. hour by hour in the city of boston, rise by a few more degrees the clouds thicken and snow mixed with rain arrive around 6 p.m. give or take just a little bit of time. i'd say the second half of the evening commute will start to see some of the road conditions deteriorate, particularly north and west of boston. a fast moving clipper system comes through pretty quickly, with that comes these locally heavy bursts of snow. look at snow showers, a little bit of rain along the south coast as the precipitation comes down harder tends to drag
moderate bursts of snow, make a brief break in the action rain drops mix in back down to the cape as colder air comes in between 8 to 10 p.m. we'll change back over to snowflakes after midnight, a couple left over snow showers that will push through from west to east, should be out of here by the time we get to the pre-dawn tomorrow. skies will clear it will be about the wind after that. expected snowfall wet flakes along the south coast right around an inch in the city of boston maybe shy of that we drag down the 1 to 3 in through interior, as we get some of those heavier bursts of snow. anytime over night, look at the temperatures fall into the 20s anything that's untreated going to be a little bit slick with icy patches tomorrow morning and the sun is back right around 30 but it is all about the wind which will gust between 25 and 45 miles per
just want to playthings through, notice it doesn't go anywhere. feel like it is in the teens and single digits through the course of the day tomorrow. then we're watching a weekend storm energy coming out of the midwest, moisture from the gulf of mexico and atlantic. the track and because of that the rain/snow line still uncertain as this point maybe rain at the coast some snow across the interior, mixing with some flakes maybe at gilette. lots to watch. thank you very much. new at noon, a recall involving store brand children's cold medicine is expanding the product sold under the names like rite aide, dollar general, cvs are being called because the dosage cups have incorrect markings for details go to
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the ring planet which is 10 times the diameter of earth, so large the spacecraft had to take the picture for more than a million and a half miles away to get the whole thing in the frame. pretty cool. all right let's talk about back here on earth in boston, dealing with snow tonight. yeah the clouds are going to thicken up, snow and mixed with a little bit of rain at first in boston, give a little lee way. moderate to heavy bursts of snow when that starts to pile on the roadways get a little slick north and west of boston, that's the accumlation map. tomorrow and windy gusts to 45 miles per hour.
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