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out the door this morning to let you know what is going on. temperatures 20s, 30s, and 40s as you step outside. in the 30s and even the 20s in the suburbs, and that's where it's the coldest, and the skies are clear right now, and there's scattered frost across the interior as well that will melt off bit time we get to mid- to late morning. otherwise, your planner is going this way. rising through the 20s and 30s. 44 is pleasant by lunchtime, and a few clouds by the ride home. much more on the festivities as you here as we come up. good morning. the tuesday morning commute is underway with no major problems out there right now. the moderate volume in boston, no reported backups. other major routes for the south thatry trouble free. a lot of green out there pop up the map.
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93 southbound, there you go. looking good. everything else, speed limit ride. now to the big story of the morning. the voters of iowa have spoken, and it was a good night for republican ted cruz. >> on the democratic side, a tight race with hillary clinton and bernie sanders. marley hall is live with a closer look at all the results. marley? >> reporter: chris and kathryn, good morning. hillary clinton clinton says it was not a tie on the democratic side, the former secretary of state declaring victory in a very tight race. the democratic contest in iowa remains unresolved this morning with hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a draw. both candidates addressing supporters late last night as the numbers were being counted. >> i will keep standing up for you. i will keep fighting for you. >> we are going to create an economy that works for working families, not just the billionaire class.
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means both candidate will likely leave iowa with the same number of delegates, but pundits say it's not good for sanders. >> a tie is probably not going to cut it. he didn't get the obama coalition as he hoped for. >> reporter: ted cruz was handed the victory over donald trump. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa. >> i'm honored, just really honored. >> reporter: all eyes are on marco rubio who got a third place finish last night, only trailing trump by 1%. >> big target is on rubio's back. it's going to be bush, kasich, and christine also going after him.
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have the first in the nation primary next week. the iowa caucuses mark the end for two presidential candidate, martin o'malley and mike huckabee. both announced they are suspended their presidential bids. from iowa to new hampshire, candidates flocking to the granite state for the new hampshire primary that is 1 week from today. susie steimle is live. >> ever with iowa in the rear view, all candidates are turning their attention to new hampshire, but don't expect the results in iowa to make much of an impact here. voters in new hampshire have long prided themselves on being independent voters, and many of them have yet to make up their minds. >> reporter: if they knew they couldn't win in iowa, some candidates came to the granite
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next round. >> it's a lot of pressure, but it's exciting. >> reporter: voters here can feel the pressure as they turn their attention to the first in the nation primary. >> i'm very nervous for the primary coming up, and i think it's one of the most -- i think everyone is nervous about this one. i can't think of one that has been this nerve wracking for a long time. >> reporter: at the red arrow, many of the candidates cover the walls. >> i'm a regular here. a few weeks back, i saw the governor of virginia was in here. >> it's nice to see to get as much information as you can. >> reporter: most here are undecided, meaning candidates can make a big impression in new hampshire and across the country. >> i'm going to be paying attention for the next week to see what they have to say. >> i like to weigh all my options, and i have not made a
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>> reporter: right now the polls indicate that sanders and trump are leading in new hampshire, but as we saw with iowa, timing, turnout, and even weather can make all the difference. live in manchester, new hampshire, wbz this morning, susie steimle. >> thank you. john keller will be looking at the big issue in the campaign and where the candidates stand, beginning tonight at 5:00. we have breaking news from overnight, police are investigating a motorcycle crash near the intersection of main street and border street in wooberg. we heard one person was hurt. no word on the extent of the injuries. this morning a driver is behind bars and a pedestrian in the hospital. we are learning what happened when a woman was hit in boston and dragged nearly 3 miles under the car.
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this since yesterday morning? >> reporter: yes. authorities were led to two different scenes. the same driver is behind both of them, allegedly dragging a woman under her suv and being chased by witnesses before she stopped. >> reporter: with her head covered, 44-year-old xiao ying zhou listened to the judge. >> she was operating in a strange way, pulled out of the exit, and at that particular point in time, saw the person and tried to assist them. >> reporter: it was in chinatown around 1:30 monday morning. zhou hit a 56-year-old man and a 48-year-old woman police say. >> a witness heard what he believed to be a car alarm when he was witnessing this, and that turned tout be the victim screaming. >> reporter: it was in dorchester, more than 2.5 miles for the international chinatown crash, and the female victim became trapped in the undercarriage and dragged for
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>> multiple witnesses did see the victim's legs poking out of the car. >> reporter: he clothing was shredded down the road where it came to a dramatic end. as for the victims' conditions, the man suffered nonlife threatening injuries, and the woman who was in dragged was in extreme critical condition, and bail. >> thank you very much, nicole. a weymouth firefighters has been suspended without pay over comments over narcan. mark karen posted on facebook it's the worst drug ever created. i get no extra money for giving narcan, and when talking about the people revived f you lose, you should lose. last year they responded to 183 overdoses and used it in 114 cases.
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those was bill hill's son. >> people don't understand. they think narcan is wrong. it's totally wrong. it saves people's lives. it saved my son twice. >> reporter: karen deleted his profile, but it was too late as screen shots were grabbed over his post. a toddler was seriously injured another a roxbury apartment. 39-year-old is now fighting for his life no word on how the child got hurt, but police were in and out of the apartment all day yesterday, and the boston globe reports dcf has custody of the boy and another child from the department, but they will not say if the family has a history with the department. a massachusetts representative trying to crack down on threats gets one herself.
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living room when she saw flashing lights outside and police with guns were on her lawn. police got a call about an active shooter and shots fired, and they respond. >> as a mom knowing two of my children were upstairs asleep, there was a real moment of panic. >> congresswoman clark is the victim of when someone called in to 911 to report a bogus incident, and clark introduced a bill to make illegal. the zika virus has been declared an international emergency. the mosquitoes are spreading the disease so fast it could affect up to 4 million people this year. scientists are looking into a link between the virus and birth defects. a new travel alert has been issued because of the virus. several countries have been
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where travelers should take extra precautions against the mosquito-borne virus. honduras has 3500 suspected cases of the virus in the past 3 months. more threats against local schools. the investigation now underway, and why the fbi is involved. details about allegations of abuse in western mass. the charges that five staff members are now facing. my heart doesn't understand why i got you on my mind
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some incredible video out of hawaii. check out this 40-foot wave in maui. >> you can see the surfer catches it, and then he ends up crashing down. we should note he's a professional surfer, and he's expected to be okay. don't mess with mother nature. that's incredible. just about 5:13 now, and it's time to check in with the
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the studio, but danielle niles is out with ms. g. we are hoping for early spring. >> reporter: you are? i thought you would like 6 more weeks of winter, you guys. you have to wait on her prediction. she has made 8 years in a row, but this is her second year as the official state groundhog. i have to talk with her to get her back on track in terms of the prediction here. i'm live in lincoln, massachusetts, where you can bring the whole family down today. there will be artses and crafts. the festives will kick off at 10:00 a.m. ms.g. will be coming out, and we will be feeding her kale. apparently she likes kale. this is a beautiful start to the day.
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frost on the grass here, and we are colder in the suburbs. the city of boston 39 degrees now, 29 in lawrence, 26 in tauton. the skies are clear, and we are out for a bright, beautiful start to the day. there were clouds that cleared the coastline, and now in the berkshires back to northern new england. a come of clouds mixing in today, but overall, a beautiful afternoon, we zoom back out, and snow and rain, and there's a winter storm that is ongoing from kansas to colorado back up into iowa right now, and this is the next weather maker that will come in tomorrow. we will be warm enough, we will be in the form of rain. we will time it out in a second. beautiful weather today, not the 60s we have today, but highs in the mid- to upper 40s. pleasant by the february standards and the wind is light, too.
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light under 10 miles an hour for most of us. 35 in boston, and around 30 in the suburbs, and then tomorrow, we are just going to crank up the temperatures as the rain comes in. so does the wind out of the south that brings in the mild air. our high temperatures will probably be reached in the evening hours and the record to beat in boston is 59 degrees, and we are going to get really close to it in the city of boston. highs 55 to 60 for most of us. the morning commute tomorrow, should be dry, and we see rain advance in from west to east, steadiest in the evening hours, and the afternoon as well, and then clearing out, look at that, by thursday morning. it's pretty much done. we may have a predawn shower that lingers, and then brighter and cooler today. there could be leftover showers in south eastern massachusetts early here, and then sun will break out, and then clearing
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friday with the temperature in the upper 30s, and saturday and sunday, i have to admit, the weekend is looking good. not much wind. maybe a flurry or two on sunday, but overall, quiet once we get through the rain that comes through tomorrow. i'm glad the skies are clear over us tomorrow. the weather will cooperate, and it looks fantastic. we will talk to the sanctuary director that is here and opened up the farm for us early. we will talk to the former wbz meteorologist that organized ms. g. and was a huge campaigner. we will get a sneak peek of ms. g. in the next hour. traffic and weather together. quiet out there with no major backups, here's 93 somerville. 93 getting busy in the andover stretch. it's moving along, and the major routes for the north looking just fine. the green, the expressway,
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there's no slowdowns yet. 24 north, and no issues 29 north 128 right now. >> thank you very much. 5:17 right now. details about allegations of western massachusetts. five staff members from the yesterday. the school cares for boys with cognitive, behavioral and developmental disabilities. >> the globe says the fb circumstances now investigating three threats against the local schools. lexington high got a prerecorded bomb threat yesterday morning, and two others also got threats. threats were made against 11 schools 2 weeks ago, prompting a multiagency investigation. the new locomotives are apparently plagued with problems. the service records from the commuter rail were
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consistent issues with the new locomotive. the t. is working with the nine deficiencies. facebook? wagman wants you to know it's a hoax. grocery coupon. they are trying to get it removed, but they said don't share it or click on it. a rhode island boy battling cancer is about to get his own license plate. the 8-year-old told his family he wanted to be famous worldwide, and since then he has gotten support from all across the globe. >> wow, very nice there. >> yeah. a local woman quit her day job to find a better way to run. >> she took a spinning class and thought there must be
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but there wasn't. she started stride right. it's a 45 minute class set to high music. she admits quitting her day job was scarier than you think. >> it's scary to go from a steady paycheck to i'm going to open up this dream i had and hope people come. >> but in just a few weeks it took off. her advice for the hesitant, just try it. the mia stride studio is in the mort end. >> that looks like an amazing workout. >> intimidating is right. a winter tradition at the garden. the boston bean pot. who will face off for the big title? >> manning is opening up about what he said to belichick and brady after the afc
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congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight
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well the excitement keeps building as we inch closer and closer to super bowl 50. >> so close, plus who is headed to the bean pot. dan roche with more. >> reporter: every year the first two weeks of february belong to college hockey. it's great around here.
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last night the semifinals of the 64th annual bean pot turn. boston university taking on north eastern. no score in the 1st period. robbie backing out of it midair, standing behind the goal what a finish. up by 1-0, and still in the 1st, charlie with the wrister, and they advance to the championship game next monday. early game, boston college and harvard. bc down by 2-1 on the power play. zach takes it home to tie at 2. 4.5 minutes later, colin white taking the pick to the net and puts it home. there's your game winner. it will be a bc-bu final next monday night. superbowl opening night last night in san jose. the panthers and broncos were introduced on the phase that looked like the golden gate
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explained why his conversations with the afc championship game had a little extra meaning. >> brady is going to play until he's 70. belichick will coach until he's 90. maybe i will hit the fountain of youth and play for another 10 years. in case we don't, i took the chance to say man-to-man, looked them in the eye, shook their hands, and i'm glad i did it. it was important to me they knew that. >> good stuff for peyton. the bruins hosting the maple leafs tonight, and the celtics will visit the knicks. i'm dan roche, wbz sports. >> a reminder that wbz is the place to watch super bowl 50. steve burton will be there live. catch it here on wbz. a marathon survivor is
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run the entire boston marathon. >> adrian heslet lost part of her left leg, and now she is raising money for limbs for life, an organization providing limbs for amputees who cannot afford it. >> it will give them the chance to dream big and run and dance and do whatever they want to do you feel so hopeless when you don't have a leg. >> she says it's a way for her to give back, and she doesn't want to just physically run the marathon. she is saying thank you and remembering those still working to recover. >> wow! >> talk about motivation right there. >> yes! >> unbelievable. still to come in the next half an hour, more on the iowa caucuses. a victory on the republican side, but no official word for the democrats as the candidates make their way to new hampshire. this is john keller. the early presidential voting can be exciting, but some begin to loose prospective. we will share that with you
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good morning, everyone, danielle niles here in lincoln, massachusetts, and it's groundhog day. we are waiting on ms. g. to see if we have 6 more weeks of winter or an early spring. we will track the time line of the weather coming up.
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right now at 5:30, the votes are in in iowa, and republican ted cruz celebrating a big win, but it's a virtual tie for the democrats. >> and now it's all eyes on new hampshire, the candidates flocking to the granite state to win over the voters before the first-in-the-nation primary. new details on the hit-and- run that sent police to two different scenes. what happened when the driver face adjudge? -- faced a judge in -- a judge? good morning to you it is 5:30, and i'm chris mckinnon.
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happy groundhog day to you. >> same to you. >> danielle niles is live in lincoln, which if you didn't know, that's the home of our own groundhog, ms. g. >> reporter: danielle you will be talking to her and maybe getting her predictions later this morning. >> reporter: she's coming out at 10:00 to get festivities underway and give her prediction. just after an hour from now, she will come out and get kale and breakfast and get warmed up and make sure she's ready to go later this morning. 6 more weeks of winter? early spring? last year she did say it's an early spring. i will have to have a talk with her before she comes out this morning. weatherwise, beautiful start to the day. clear skies overhead right now. it's chilly. not the warm air we had yesterday at this time. hour-by-hour, look at what happens. the sunshine will be out, and once it comes up, it temperatures rising 30s to the
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45 by noontime, and plenty of sunshine start to finish. not the 60s like yesterday, but an above average day. 39 in the city of boston. but the suburbs in the 20s. 26 in tauton, and the suburbs here as you wake up this morning, and through the day part here. the morning drive, bright and chilly. sunrise, 6:57 this morning. the wind is light out of the northwest, and temperatures rise into the 40s, and by the time we get to your midday lunch hour, though, quite pleasant by the february standards. the winds historying out of the north, out of the end of the day to pull out of the east, and temperatures cool off a bit. lower 40s, with the sunset at 4:59. we will have the time line for rain on the way coming up, but first, let's get you on the roads. traffic and weather, good morning. good morning. we have an accident south of
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route 3 just before the braintree split, and 128 southbound already bumper-to- bumper between 37 and the split. the expressway is heavy and slow up. kathryn? >> thank you very much, robie. the voters of iowa have spoken. hillary clinton is claiming victory, but there's no official word on the winner. clinton and sanders are in a virtual tie. right now clinton has 49.9% of the vote, and sanders has 45.5%, and very small difference there, and as for the republicans? it's a clear win for ted cruz, edging out donald trump with 28% of the vote, and the candidates are already making their way into new hampshire. the primary is just 1 week away from today. candidates like bush, christie, and castic got to the state early to drum up support. now that the first votes of campaign 2016 are in, john
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explain why the race is far from over. >> reporter: good morning, as you mull over the results for iowa last night and look forward to what new hampshire will say next week, it's a good idea to keep a little prospective in mind. presidential races tend to be like football season. there's a lot of excitement when they begin, and if the team gets a few quick wins or losses, the fans get excited or despondent depending on their allegiance, but the super bowl champs are not decided in the fall or even the hot days. it's months and months of hard work and unexpected events, lucky and unlucky. it's very rare the early gains dictate the final outcome as we patriot fans learned this season to our dismay.
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become a game player. the winners in iowa may be validated in new hampshire a week from tonight. the new englanders have been known to overturn iowa's verdicts because well, they are new englanders. long after iowa and new hampshire this race, more contested. it's been awhile since california mattered in june, but how much more evidence do you need that this is not your normal election year. we make you this promise, we will try to keep things in prospective, no matter how much pressure there is to lose it. you can always share your @keller here's prospective for you. if you're tired of the politics, here's consolation.
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it's been 315 days since the first major candidate, ted cruz, entered the race, and we day. scary moments many plymouth when a car crashes into a post office. look, a woman inside of the building and the driver were taken to the hospital, but the serious. aaron hernandez has a message from jail. tmz has a letter sent to his former pen pal. the letter claims hernandez's closest friend on the team was tom brady and he still loves him to death. >> not really a great ohman for the broncos getting ready for the super bowl. two of the team buses got into a minor accident yesterday. we should note, everyone is okay. still ahead, uber drivers fighting back.
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that drivers say is eating into the their pay. and get ready for a few more treats in the sky. the airline bringing back inflight snacks. are you a dog person or cat person? a new study says one of those pet owners is happier. see if you can guess which pet is more adjusted, less anxious, extra verted, -- etroverted owner this is our daily talker. closed captioning brought
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more than 45 years after
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story" ally mcgraw and ryan o'neal are reuniting. >> the two appeared together yesterday to talk about the film and their careers. they are touring in the national tour of love letters it will open in boston today. >> all right. switching gears to money watch, big layoffs coming to yahoo. >> and uber drivers are fighting back. >> jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange with your money watch. >> reporter: the uber drivers in new york city are on a 24- hour strike, protesting the company's recent 15% fare cuts, and the drivers say uber is cutting into their own paycheck, and uber says the fare reduction means for work for drivers in the slower winter months. drastic cuts. the company is laying off 15% of its work force and closing several business units. the fate of the ceo is unclear. she took over in 2012,
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but yahoo has had a hard time competing with google and facebook. free snacks are back. american will give coach passengers cookies or pretzels, and united is serving stroop waffles. >> we have to try it. >> bring it on. >> we live for free snack. that speak -- snacks. that speaks to us. we will check out more on the virtual tie in the iowa caucus. >> and danielle has more with ms. g. >> with iowa in the rear view, all candidates are focused on new hampshire. can iowa's results have any impact on the new hampshire primary 1 week from today?
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welcome back. it's 5:44. thank you for joining us on this groundhog day. >> we check in with danielle niles, and she will have a special word with ms. g. about the prediction this morning. >> that's right. >> hi, danielle. >> oh, i can see her talking,
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>> she said ms. g. has unofficially predicting the spring and winter for 8 years. last year she was expecting an early spring, and it didn't happen. >> that's okay because she said she will talk to her, have a conference and get back to us. she also mentioned she will have a light breakfast this morning of kale and carrots and we are like she is very healthy. >> wouldn't it be nice if someone prepped you for the day, and gave you a nice healthy breakfast before you hit the roads, maybe? >> we will get the mic situation there with danielle figured out, but now to traffic. >> reporter: there's slowdowns to the south of the city. the crash is down to route 3 northbound, just before the split, starting to backups there, and down to norwood on 95 northbound, slow traffic from exit 10 to coney street,
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bumper-to-bumper on the split, and the expressway north is heavy. checking to the live look over 93. two slow pockets now from riverroad to daxum road and park street. >> thank you very much. so we do want to check in with danielle niles in lincoln. opening up at 9:00, and you can bring out the kids. >> it will be a special ceremony. we have the mic working danielle. tell us, it will be a special moment with ms. g. later this morning? [ laughter ] i like that you call it that. >> reporter: i will go inside and give her a pep talk as to what she will talk about later today. she has been predicting for 8 years in a row now, but the second official. we will talk more about that in a second. gettingout out the door this morning. weatherwise, it's a chilly start. temperature in the 20s, and in the 30s, and we even have temperatures milder than that. currently the city of boston is in the upper 30s.
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as mild as it was at this time yesterday. 26 in tauton. and 25 in keen, and low 30s for worcester. the frost son the grassy surfaces. skies are clear, and we with are in for a beautiful february day. admittedly not the 60s from yesterday, but we have rain and snow back to the west and central part of the country, and that's our weather maker. we will arrive with it tomorrow as areas of rain are on the warmer side this time around. high temperatures today, topping out until the mid- to upper 40s, and it will be fairly light, a couple of clouds mixed in with the sunshine. tonight, dipping into the 30s for most of us. the outlying suburbs may dip into the upper0s. right around 30 for bedford down to norwood, and the warmth is coming right back tomorrow. 55 to 60, and a lot of the temperatures will be reached as we head into the evening hours as the warmth pushes in with the rain fall, and the timing
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coming in from west to east, and we will head into the late morning and afternoon, and most of the morning commute will be fine, and then the steadiest rain through the evening hours, and a rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out. the showers will linger through the morning hours. the 7-day, 30s to end the week, and the week send looking good. we get a couple of flurries, at least a few by the time we get to sunday. >> thank you very much, danielle. we appreciate your reports live out there. >> we will check with her later. presidential candidates flocking to the granite state today. >> the first votes of campaign 2016 are in here's your top stories on this tuesday morning. >> reporter: a tight race for the democrats in iowa. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are in a virtual tie. her campaign is declaring victory, but there's still no official word, and ted cruz won the race for the republicans, with donald trump coming in
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candidates are on their way to new hampshire today, and democrat martin o'malley and mike huckabee dropped out of the race. good morning, i'm susie steimle. a couple of the candidates knew they would not win in iowa and came here early to talk to the voters, bush and christie, and there's a couple of others trying to get out ahead of the vote in new hampshire. they can expect the field to be busier today as almost every single candidate has some kind of event. new hampshire voters pride themselves on being independent and unpredictable, and a lot of them are undecided. you will hear from them coming up at 6:00. live in manchester, new
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authority says a woman was behind a dramatic chain of events. 44-year-old xiao ying zhou was charged with leaving the scene of a crash with personal injuries and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. she hit a man and woman in chinatown, and the woman became lodged in the undercarriage and to dorchester. at 6:00, how prosecutors said the crime unfolded and how witnesses tracked down zhou. nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. last week we marked 30 years since the space hut the challenger disaster. yesterday was 13 years since the destruction of the space shuttle columbia. reenenter. the first four missions used the concept of the reusable space shift, but the shuttle
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landing. bill cosby is headed to court to ask a judge in pennsylvania to dismiss the sexual assault charges against him. the woman had settled a lawsuit with cosby, and the comedian says investigators told him if he testified in that lawsuit he could not be charged. today it will be decided if the case will go to trial. it's time for the daily talker. are you a cat person? a dog person? it's a question people are often asked. >> according to a new study, you may not have to ask that question. you tell by how happy a person is. >> reporter: the three of us are dog people. if you believe the results of the new study, we are much more satisfied with our lives than the that neurotic shutin cat peoples. some of the results out of
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263 adults polled. and the study author say dogs come with more benefits to their owners than cats. cat owners were more anxious and introverted, and dog owners had more positive emotions than cat people who tended to skew negative. we want to know what you think of the study dog verses cats. that's our daily talker. here's marie. dogs have owners, cats have staff. as a happy dog owner, is i have to agree. steve says, i have one of each, and i'm still seeing a shrink. [ laughter ] maybe he is schizophrenic. [ laughter ] okay, here we go. the ways to comment, the website, twitter, or facebook. we are having fun with this one. join in the fun with us. >> i feel like you're going to get cat owner hate mail. >> i'm totally asking for it.
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a new super bowl sunday tradition that is the cat's meow. >> meet the tiny players in
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welcome back. excitement is building for super bowl 50 on sunday, and everyone has their pregame celebration. >> we found one that may be perfect for you, the kitten bowl.
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pet adoption, and all the tiny footballers were up for adoption when it was filmed, but we are happy to report they have all since found loving homes to go to. >> big fan of the puppy bowl, too. cuteness all around. we are talking cat verses dogs this morning, and i can't get over it. keep it right here for wbz this morning. your top stories are straight ahead. stay with us.
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right now at 6:00, campaign 2016, a virtual tie for the democrats, but this morning hillary clinton is claiming victory in iowa. >> god bless the great state of say! [ cheers ] >> cruising to victory a big win for the texas senator, plus what donald trump is saying about his second place finish. >> and now on to new hampshire. candidates are shifting their focus to the granite state with that primary just 1 week away. we are live there. good morning, everybody.
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