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they responded to 183 overdoses in 114 cases narcan was used to save lives but 24 people died. bill hill's son was one of them. >> people don't understand they think nare conis -- narcan is wrong it saved my son's lives twice. >> reporter: at this coffee shop the comments were the talk of the town. >> him saying that doesn't look at the big picture and is personally taking it offensively. >> reporter: the firefighters have been and the forefront in trying to stem the tide of open add addiction and now one of their own says he is fed up. >> he is sorry for his comments and he understands the implication of his actions. >> i-- >> reporter: i think this burn a lot of people went to the heart of a lot of people
with the police department and social service people to try to stem this tide of open add addiction. they are working hard and then this happens. reporting live bill shields wbz news. paula. >> thanks so much. and the state is still counting the overdose deaths from last year. but as of september, there were more than 1,000. tonight a woman from cape cod is charge -- charged with hiting two people and dragging one for miles down the highway. this he were hit in china town but one was trapped under the car pinned. state police say the driver got onto 93 and drove a few miles south to dorchester before finally stopping. christina hager is working the story live with the latest. >> reporter: the account from the prosecutor in court is disturbing saying witnesses saw the woman get out of the suv and look under the vehicle and see the woman stuck there and then get back in and hit the gas. the defense attorney says
idea she had hit anyone. xiao ying zhou walked in court with a hood over her face accused of hitting a man and woman as they walked leaving a 56 -year-old man with serious injuries and dragging the 48- year-old woman he was with for some 3 miles down interstate 93 to columbia road in dorchester. >> what she told me was she was driving thought the car was operating in a strange way and pulled out of the exit and at that point in time saw the person trying to assist. >> reporter: prosecutors tale different story saying witnesses followed her seeing the woman's legs under the car during the trip her screams at one point mistaken for a car alarm. >> she is like help me kind of voice and it's sad. her clothes came off. >> reporter: amazingly the
live. >> it's my understanding they are able to be saved both her arms and they were severely injured and her use of them appears to be severely limited. >> reporter: we have learned the names of the victims that woman who is very critically injured is yu yin and he is keith fang and the driver's license has been suspend and the bail seat 5,000 dollars. christina hager wbz news now >> thanks. a car crashed into a post office in plymouth. look at the picture. a woman inside the building was the wheel. both were taken to the hospital to be serious. police are trying to figure out why that crash happened. hopefully you had the warmth. boston hit 65 today. on february 1st. just missing the record eric fisher joins us so it's okay we are happy to get this close.
playing with house money and expected going into the winter supposed to be warmer than average and supposed to be less snow especially compared to half the year and today at 65 degrees the first 60 since christmas. it helps to us see unusual days like this. a lack of snow cover is some of the energy from the sun reflects off the snow or goes into melting when there's no snow. you can overachieve in the weather department. shy of the record set in 1989. wednesday another chance to r -- forecasting 59 and the record is 59 and 1991 if it wednesday evening. right now we are at 52 in boston. 43 worcester. 30s in the berkshires. cool are air is filtering from -- cooler air is filtering from west to east. so chillier when you head out tomorrow. relative change is is a difference for us. next system is on wednesday and heading into the afternoon a mild spring like rain. so with cold or snow will it return to the forecast?
>> we will see you then thanks. and tonight we will see our first votes of campaign 2016. iowa caucus begin in less than two hours. candidates campaign until the very last moment bernie sanders and donald trump used big rallies to build support. others went with smaller venues. hillary clinton thanked volunteers and marco rubio shared breakfast with voters at cracker barrel. crest boswell is live in des moines tonight. craig. >> reporter: good evening we have driven a lot of miles across-eye with a and hit a lot of those -- across iowa and hit a lot of the events. there's a urge of --ence ofrnlgence -- of -- there's a sense of urgency. hillary clinton brought breakfast the to thank her campaign workers. >> i am feeling energized because of you. >> we are going win.
dead heat with bernie sanders in the -- in a dead neat with bernie sanders and sanders says coming on top depends on one thing. >> we will win if the voter turn out is high. >> reporter: the polls show if first time voters caucus, sanders and republican donald trump benefit. >> so this is it crunch time right. >> reporter: in waterloo trumped thanks supporters. >> hopefully tonight we are going to have the beginning of what is going to be in a certain way a very positive revolution. >> reporter: trump is leading the gop pack polling 7 pontes ahead of ted cruz who held his rally in jefferson -- points ahead of ted cruz who held his own rally in jefferson. >> if we stand together we can do it again and restore the last best hope for mankind. >> reporter: as caucus wrap up 1700 precincts will use an oop to -- app to report the adults they want to avoid human error. in 2012 they got it wrong.
the app is a improvement records amber caulk caused for -- caucused for obama and became a republican. >> just have been feeling the need to make a change. >> reporter: but like many in iowa, she has yet to decide on a candidate. we are in the nerve center basically of the reporting from the caucuses when it starts to come in we will see the results on the big screen behind us. republicans on the right and democrats on the left. reason for the urgency is the undecided 20% of democrats and 45% of republicans say they could change their mind. now back to you. >> it makes it exciting. you never know. craig boswell thanks and stay with cbs news and wbz throughout the night for the results of the caucuses. cbs will have updates during prime time and we will have a full run down of results on wbz news at 10 on my tv38 and wbz news at 11. not everyone is in iowa at this point.
new hampshire which holds the pry prayer -- primary a week from tomorrow. christie and bush holding events in new hampshire the kasich has been in the state for most of the weekend focused on new hampshire and concede he won't do well in iowa. as we approach the primaries in new hampshire and massachusetts john jon keller will look at the big issues in the campaign and where the candidates stand. beginning tomorrow at 5, with the immigration and border wars. and if you are tired of politics here's consolation. we are more than halfway there it's 315 days since the first major candidate head cruz officially entered the race. and we are 281 days away from election day so, if all the rhetoric is getting old,. >> there is an end in sight. >> it's far out there but there's an end in sight. she is known as a marathon survivor. >> she wants to be a marathon finisher.
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newt 6 a marathon survivor's new quest to become the first bombing victim to run the entire race. aid reign haslet was a row fecialal dancer when she lost her leg in she worked hard to resume
her dancing career and rebuild her life and she spoke with paul burton about why she wants to take on the challenge. >> reporter: for boston thayer upon sur -- marathon survivor adrianne haslet each step is how far she has come and how to inspire others. >> it's a way to gib back to
say a giant thank you to everybody but to remember those who are sitting on the couch without legs because of insurance coverage. >> reporter: she lost part of the left leg in the bombings. now three years later she will be the first boston marathon survivor amputee to runt entire 26 -- run the entire 26.2 miles running to provide money for limbs for life. >> this is going to give them the chance to dream
big and run and dance and do whatever they want to do because you feel so hopeless and you don't have a leg. >> reporter: she is training at stone hill college and take advantage of the warm days. brian from the clinic is keeping a close wap on her blade and making all necessary adjustments. >> this carbon blade has tocompress which stores energy and release it into the next step. my goal is to make sure i support her in the way she is comfortable. optimally functional. >> reporter: she has been a dancer most of her life and never dreamed of running the marathon but she says she is
accomplishment and is running for those who can't. >> you are giving hope and life back to somebody. >> reporter: how proud will you be when you cross the finish line. >>i don't know it's so hard to tell. extraordinarily proud. for every amputee watching and dreaming big dreams i will be proud. >> reporter: in easton paul burton wbz news. >> good for her and watching themarathon you see veterans from iraq or afghanistan going by with a prosthetic and it's astounding. >> and being a dancer you know she is in incredible shape and we will be rooting for her. >> inspiration. >> i want to say 75 days away eric. >> not too far. aid great training year. this is the first year in a few i won't be training for marathon and if a meteorologist says he is not doing it that's the year you want to do it. 65 today. 63 in lawrence.
chatham at 49 but it was spring and birds why sing and beautiful. these are the big stories to watch this week. there is winter on the map. a lot of snow developing in the rockies and this is going to be a blizzard up across the plains into the upper midwest. severe weather outbreak on tuesday likely across much of the mid south and into the ohio valley. far north and then as that storm approaches us it's a mild rainfall moving up into canada like the storm we had back around christmas time. so here's big picture. high pressure is in the middle. one cold front is moving through tonight. and still breezy outside and a couple rain showers not too much showing up on radar but we will get a couple showers across far southeastern massachusetts heading through the the evening. winds are not terrible. but you notice it 10 to 20 miles per hour some gusts bringing in the cool are air. so a big change by tomorrow morning. we are in the upper 20s and low 30s and towards the cape mid- 30s by tomorrow morning. but that relative change is going to feel kelly out the door. so a bright start sunrise at 6:57.
see the shadow out there tomorrow morning. sawn clouds at midday pleasant into the 40s and cool are along the immediate water's edge. winds turn onshore and heading towards the evening 41 which normally we would take no questions. but it will feel cooler compared to today. the next storm system to watch mentioned the one on wednesday. and right now looks dry in the early morning and rain will start moving in as we head into the afternoon. and noticing the rain extends all the way up into places like burlington and up around mount washington. and as we head into the evening and overnight slowly the heavier rain will continue to push and so we should see decent totals and the system won't push offshore until thursday morning. our high temps will be in the middle of the night. wednesday into thursday. so the biggest impact on travel looks to be into the afternoon and evening hours on wednesday. and this is just a rain event snow ice or snow and i think that the predicted model rainfall may come up a little bit. we could see towns over an inch with this event. as the front moves offshore it
to keep tabs on it the end of the week especially on friday. a little wave of low pressure moves up along it and could clip us with some snow or rainfall on friday. so something to keep our ice on. here's -- eyes on. here's the 7-day friday in the 30s and saturday we bump back into the 40s and another stronger front moves in on sunday. that brings snow showers and colder temperatures but all tolled we will see in december and january continuing here in the start of february. david and paula over to you. >> thanks. a boston tradition the bean pot begins tonight and dan roche is live where they are go to get underway. >> reporter: how is it going nice night at the garden everything is fine inside as well as the 64th annual bean pot tournament is underway. 3 of the top 10 teams ranking in the country going at it. right now behind me in the boston college.
number 9bu and northeastern squaring off. heats look at how it unfold eagle won 19 with the last coming in 2014. and bu defending champ lead 30 bean pot wince har vade d vardowns 10 and haven't won in 23 and northeastern 1988 but each year theyth slate is wiped clean and every team has a chance and the bc coach says everybody has a chance. >> to go to the backyard group of schools they all like hockey and have great feelings for college hockey and makes boston the mecca of college hockey and we covered the bean pot i think it's a fascinating story how it started and where it's gone. >> about 3 hours before the opening the bruins hit the ice for the first time since the all star break. the team placing goalie on
with an irregular heartbeat and calledp subon from providence. david recalled after playing with the baby bees. bees only top spot in the wild playoff. >> we know it gets hard are so we have to make sure that -- harder so we have to make sure we come ready to play and can't give up easy points to make sure if we are going to lose we willlose playing our best game and make sure we really play the right way every night. >> now potential distraction the stat out of erickson the wingerset to be free agent look for a multiyear deal worth 5 to 6 million dollars per season. he is won one of the tam's best forwards all year long and he could be traded if the bruins think he will walk at end of the season. >> i never been in a situation like this and it's different
on my game and try to play my game and focus in on the playing good for the team and be good. >> we will see. celtics five game winning streak snapped in orlando. 119-114. they let's 14-point lead have away. magic came back after a barrage of 3-pointers. green hope to win against the knicks tomorrow night in new york. we are midway through the second harvard and bc noted at 2-2. northeastern and bu to come. and david and paula if you get a chance anyone you know send them down. some of the best college hockey in the country going on tonight. and next monday night as wealthchampionship next week. more at 10 and 11. now back to you guys. >> thank you>> always fun thanks. if it sound too good to be true, it probably is.
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cbs evening news is up next at 6:30. >> a scott pelley joins us live good evening. >>
good evening paula and david. great to be with you in boston. at long last, the first votes for presidential nominees will be casts tonight in iowa. we have our correspondents on the ground and we will have theman teary and incites of -- commentary and incites of bob schieffer that coverage and the rest of the world news coming up on cbs evening news in about 10 minutes. >> it will be great to see bob again thanks so much scott. a congresswoman who is trying to toughen the penalties for swatting became the victim of it. swatting is the term given to the practice of making a hoax call to police that then prompts the s.w.a.t. team to respond. congresswoman clark proposed to make it a violation of federal law. sunday night someone called police and said there was an
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real i did did feel like we should be getting rade for spring. >> you know i wish i never got to 65 today. because when it goes back to winter again, oh. >> it's going hurt. >> a little more. but not too bad in the short- term. 40s tomorrow bright skies and rain moves in on wednesday afternoon a warm rain by wednesday evening and the cold
at the end of the week. >> the groundhog will say two weeks to summer. >> yeah. >> sound good. >> feels
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