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f0 right now at 4:30, campaign 2016, a virtue tile for the -- tie for the democrats, but hillary clinton is claiming victory in iowa. >> god bless the great state of say. >> a big win for texas senator, ted cruz, and what donald trump is saying about his second- place finish. >> now the candidates are shifting their focus. the new hampshire primary is
busy morning. >> good morning. i'm catherine houser. >> and i'm chris mckinno -- kathryn hauser. >> and i'm chris mckinnon. i almost said it's january, -- >> you're just getting your months confused. don't worry about it. [ laughter ] >> we are already at grounddog day. did you love yesterday 123465 on february 1st? that's unbelievable. 1 degree shy of the record. out in suburbia, upper to 60s. across far north western new england, this is breaking up. a few scattered clouds today. the bus stop going to work this
and lunchtime, close to this by lunchtime. the sun is setting at 4:59 it looks good to me. if we hit 45 or 46 this afternoon, that's about 10 degrees above average for february 2nd. more on the weather in a few minutes. >> thank you very much. we appreciate it. campaign 2016 now, and the voters of iowa have spoken. on the democratic side, hillary clinton claiming victory this morning with a very narrow margin over sanders. clinton with 50% to sanders 49%. >> for the republicans, it's a victory for ted cruz edging out the vote. voter turnout was extremely high in the state. four out of ten people caucused for the first time. two of the candidates ended their campaign. and marley hall has more from
>> i will keep standing up for you and fighting for you. >> we are going to create an economy that works for working billionaire class. >> reporter: the virtual tie means the candidates will leave with the same number of candidates. >> this was a must-win night for bernie, and a tie is probably not going to cut it he didn't turn out obama coalition like he hoped for. >> reporter: republican turnout shattered records handing the victory to ted cruz over donald trump. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa. >> we finished second, and i want to tell you something, i'm just honored, really honored. >> reporter: all eyes are on marco rubio who pulled away with a second place finish. >> big target is son marco
it's going to be the guys, bush and christie and kasich. >> reporter: the focus of the 2016 campaign shifts to new hampshire, and they hold the first in the nation primary next week. marley hall, des moines, iowa. >> huckabee and o'malley both suspended their campaign last night. some candidates are already in the granite state. jeb bush had a town hall in manchester saying next tuesday he will surprise the world. chris christie took a swipe at two of his gop challengers, urging voters not to put another first-term senator in the white house. john kasich skipped out to
superpacss for urged to take down their ads. kate meryl with more from manchester. >> reporter: even before iowa is over, the final push for hsn on. jeb bush rallying support in manchester, and people here can already feel the shift in the race. >> hi, how are you? >> it's crazy. >> reporter: even at the red arrow diner where the candidates cover the walls, this is their week. this is the biggest political race in 4 years, focused squarely on them, and they do not want to disappoint. >> i'm very nervous for the primary coming up. i think it's one of the most -- i think everyone is nervous. i can't think of one that has been this nerve wracking. >> reporter: it's time to decide, something the locals
very, very end. >> i will pay attention over the next week to see what they have toe say. >> i like to weigh all my options. i haven't made an option on p where i'm going to lean. >> reporter: that's why places like the red arrow attract so much political power a direct line to the locals, and this week, more than ever. >> it's nice to meet them and get to meet them firsthand. i do enjoy that. i think that's very important. >> reporter: in true new hampshire fashion, we couldn't find anyone who had made up their mind definitely for tuesday. that's why the candidates have to work so hard here next week. kate meryl, wbz this morning. -- kate merrill, wbz this morning.
main street and board street. we are hearing one person was injured, but no word on the extent of the injuries. this morning a driver is behind bars as we learn more about what happened as woman was hit in boston and dragged for 3 miles. the 44-year-old covered her head with a jacket as prosecutors read the charges. prosecutors said she hit a man and a woman. the woman was stuck under the car as zu got on the expressway into dorchester. >> she pulled out of the exit, and at that point in time, saw the person, and she tried to assist. >> reporter: the victim is in critical condition, and the man is in stable condition.
and will be back in court later this month. a weymouth firefighter posted this comment online about narcan. last year the weymouth firefighters responded to 183 overdoses and used the narcan to save 114 cases. 23 people died, and one was bill hill's son. >> it's totally wrong it saves people's lives. it saved my son twice. >> karen deleted his facebook profile, but it was too late because of the screen shots. he be suspended for 90 days. a 3-year-old was brought to the hospital on sunday night, and now he's fighting for his life. no word on how he got hurt, but
department all day yesterday. the boston globe says dcf has custody of the boy and another child in the same apartment. they will not say if the family has a history with the department. coming up a massachusetts congressman who is fighting just swatted herself. >> she is talking to us about the nightmare outside of her melrose home. the limited edition meal being served up in several
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well pizza hut's golden superbowl permission and more angry drivers are protesting. >> jill wagner is live at the stock exchange with today's money watch. good morning, jill. >> reporter: goode morning chris and kathryn. >> reporter: the wall street journal reports that pizza hut is laying off 15% of its work is questionable.
strike, protesting the company's 15% fare cut. the drivers said uber is cutting into their own paycheck, and uber says the fare reduction means more people are going to order uber, and that helps business in lower winter months. this super bowl sunday, pizza hut is putting an extensive twist on the stuffed garlic pizza. they will put golden shavings on top. you can't actually order the gold pizza, but people who order the stuffed garlic knots, could randomly win. in the northwest, it's only available in the rhode island. >> what? >> rhode island? >> it's a random list of states that they pick to have this, and so rhode island,
not in our area. it's bizarre. >> what if we order from a rhode island store? >> there you go, and have it delivered to boston? i like that. >> reporter: here's the bigger question. would you want the gold on the pizza? give me extra cheese. >> like a cool piece of memorabilia or something. >> you have to preserve somehow. >> reporter: do gold shavings go well on pizza? i don't know. >> we will check in with you next hour. >> food for thought. >> always with jill. case you didn't know, today celebrating. or danielle is actually celebrating. >> she is out in lincoln, and danielle, you're going to chat with miss g. today. nervous. a big day for a grounddog day today. i'm live in lincoln.
can see the stars, and it's chilly, but the weather today will cooperate for all ground hog day festivities. ms.g. will be out here with her winter. will spring come early? 6 more weeks of win ther? we shall see. current temperatures out the door running in the 20s, 30s, and even the 40s. notice some of the neighborhoods. 30 in lawrence, and the middle to upper 30s on the cape and islands. the clear skies overhead means there's a bit of frost in some of the communities out here in the suburbs, otherwise, notice the suburbs building north and west of boston, back to vermont and the berkshires as well. eventually an increase in clouds mixed with the thunder in the afternoon. there's rain and snow for the
snow extending down through kansas and iowa right now. that's our next weather maker that will move in for tomorrow, and because we have been so mild it will be in the form of rain by the time it gets here. today's highs, 45 in the city of boston, not the 60s we had yesterday, but nonetheless, 10 degrees above average. most of us mid- to upper 40s today and the winds should be fairly light as well. and it will be comfortable in terms of a february day. overnight tonight, we will drop into the 30s. 35 in boston. the suburbs dipping to around 35 degrees. 31 in canton, and the mid- to upper 30s back to province town, and the highs tomorrow, back into the 50s. 53 in boston. the records to beat are are upper 50s, and i don't think we will get there, but a lot of spots in the mid-50s tomorrow. it will be gusty out of the south, and i think the morning
we will end up with rain advancing west to east in the afternoon, and it will pour during the day tomorrow, through the evening, and a lingering shower on thursday before clearing comes in after that. you will see it here in the 7- day forecast, near 60 on wednesday, and cooler air for the end of the week, and friday for the upper 30s. the weekend looking good, right around 40 degrees. we are lucking out weatherwise here. if it were tomorrow, we would be talking about soaking rain. anyone can come down here, and there's a lot of activity to do. you can bring the kids out, and they can see ms. g. >> looks fun out there, but she will be out before we know it, and we are hoping for early spring. >> there you go. a massachusetts
herself in the middle after a really police drama. julie loncich has more. >> reporter: early sunday night she informs her melrose living room when -- >> we saw lights flashes outside of my house, and we went out to explore. there were a number of police cruisers, police visible with long guns on my lawn. >> reporter: police got calls about an active shooter and shots being fired at her home and responded according toly. >> two of -- accordingly. >> two of my children were upstairs, and it was a real panic. >> reporter: it was all s .w.a.t.ing, someone calling and getting the large response from law enforcement. it was computer generated. >> i was angry that someone
>> reporter: because clark is best known for trying to crackdown on online abuses including introducing a bill that would make s.w.a.t.ing a federal crime. it has happened in city and towns throughout the commonwealth. the congresswoman believes shy was targeted because of her efforts. >> unfortunately for them, they don't know me very well, and it's really going to only increase my commitment. >> reporter: julie loncich. wbz news. on this tuesday, just ahead, much more on the big story out of iowa this morning. a big win for ted cruz, and a virtual tie between sanders and clinton. a new travel warning over the zika virus as the world
to be counted. martin o'malley has suspended his campaign. both sides spoke to supporters last night. >> i'm honored to stand in the long line of reformers who make up our minds that the status quo is not good enough. >> i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment. >> to the republicans, ted cruz is celebrating a win in iowa. the texas senator got 28% of the vote, and the donald trump had 24%, and rubio had 23%. here's what trump and cruz had to say about the vote. >> iowa has given notice that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states will not be chosen by the media! >> we finished second, and i want to tell you something. i'm just honored! >> coming up at 5:00, we are live in iowa and new hampshire
steps in the race for president, and that's in about 10 minutes. 4:53 now. bill cosby is headed to court asking a judge in pennsylvania to dismiss the sexual assault charges against him. before the charges were filed, the woman settled a lawsuit with cosby, and investigators said if he testified in the lawsuit he would not be charged. prosecutors deny the claim, and a judge will hear the testimony today and decide if the case should go to trial. the world health organization declared the zika virus an international health emergency. scientist are investigating the birth defects in south america. >> reporter: there's a travel
hockey with bragging rights on the line in boston. >> the depending bean pot champions, boston university taking on north eastern. b.u. with the early lead. it was 2-0 after the 1st period. north eastern would pull the goalie late in the 3rd, and get on the board, but b.u. adds the empty nether. in the early game, it was boston college and harvard, a back-and-forth college with these two, but boston college did the damage on the power play, scoring two goals, and they will take on b.u. in the final next month. >> that's always a fun game to watch. b.c. versus b.u. your top stories, weather, and traffic all ahead on wbz this morning. >> the news at 5 starts right now. the votes in iowa are in. republican ted cruz is celebrating the big win. for the democrats, a tight race going down to the wire. >> all eyes are on new hampshire.
there to get the votes ahead of the primary. a driver is accuse of dragging a woman
for 3-miles and is facing a judge. good morning to you. it's 5:00. i'm chris mckinnon. >> and i'm kathryn hauser. we will danielle out with ms. g. on this ground hog day it's a big day for grounddogs. the skies are clear above me, and we are in lincoln. mrs.g. will be out here later this morning to give her official