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life. >> a man head by a car clings to the hood as a driver takes off. he is talking about his terrifying ordeal as police search for the driver. >> and new this morning, the victims of whitey bulger offered a financial settlement but there's a catch. >> and tears of joy as cruise ship passengers tossed around in a storm return to dry land. what they are saying about the nightmare trip. in boston.
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>> 6:00 right now good morning. i am kathryn hauser. >> i am chris mckinnon it's thursday february 11 and we want to get you to danielle nice who is looking at cold weather. >> the weekend will be brutal. temperatures in the teens. that may be a little generous on valentine's day. the temperature right now is 26 in boston and 19 taunton 19 nashua a bit of a wind creating real feel running 7 degrees in worcester. 15 in the city teens from lawrence to falmouth and clouds are filling back in. there's snow showers and some steadier squalls back across eastern long island and eastern connecticut that will miss us to the south. but we have got a cold front coming in so scattered snow showers and squalls develop today just like yesterday. not everyone sees them. but there may be a quick coating to an inch possible and a few communities reduced visibility and a few slick spots that may result. aid blend of sun and clouds this morning. 6:47rise. snow showers will be most numerous through the lunch hour until about early evening and
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a chance of a light snow shower heading into the commute home. let's check the roads traffic and weather together. >> there's an accident blocking the left lane of 24 northbound in bridgewater just before 495. cars are directed off the road to the left and right. it's about a 6 minute delay through the stretch right now. if you have to take the expressway now is the time to go with stop and go between granite avenue and columbia road but you know it's going to get a lot worse heading through the hour. and north of town volume build on route 3 between exit 30 and trouble cove road. part of the mass pike shut down after a truck slammed into a bridge abutment in sturbridge. the cab sheered off and the driver was flown to the hospital with serious injuries. mass do -- dot inspectors are checking the overpass for damage. all lanes of the pike are now opened. dramatic surveillance video of a hit-and-run and we are hearing from the man who clung
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windshield wiper terrified for his life. that crash isn't him to the hospital. >> right now police are trying to track down the driver who injured the man. nicole jacobs is live with reaction from the victim. >> reporter: speaking with woburn police we are told yes the man who was driving the car morning. in the meantime the man hanging on says he did so for so long because he knew if he let go, he would be dead. without a second to think. >> which the -- by the time i seen the car the car was dead center on me. >> reporter: nor a moment to spare. >> i just got on the hood and held on for dear hive. >> reporter: fred pica was in a death grip he never saw coming. >> i begged him please, please, just stop and let me off your car. please. >> reporter: according to police, tyson delgado was behind the wheel. surveillance images and those etched in pica's mind tell the story.
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phone -- talking on the cell phone. >> reporter: the 65-year-old lost his hold and delgado immediately took off. he was already wanted by police for a larceny and assault on an officer hours earlier. they searched for him only finding the car he ditched. >> i am a very lucky person. >> reporter: leaving pica grateful he is only nursing a broken foot and mental scars not soon to be erased. >> people think they don't have no courtesy for nobody else. >> reporter: and at this hour again we are told a driver of the car delgado, is still on the loose this morning. anyone with information is urged to contact wobeen police. nicole jake -- woburn police. any coke jakeons. -- jake -- nicole jacobs. three men in custody following a tense stand off. they robbed a store clerk in dorchester and barricaded
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a hostage negotiator helped end the stand off. all three are facing armed robbery charges. about -- charges. a shooting investigation underway in wareham. police found a 70-year-old man dead in his home on glenn charley road on tuesday. officers say john williams had been shot several times. they say they don't believe there is any threat to the public. police in maryland say two sheriff deputies shot and killed at a panera restaurant outside baltimore may have been targeted. one of the deputies was killed inside the restaurantch the other was killed in a gun fight with the 68-year-old shooter who was also killed. the families of whitey bulger's murder victims reportedly offered a financial settlement. a 16 families could split 822,000 dollars. money found in bulger's california apartment when he was captured. and tell split proceeds from an
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the catch they can never sue the governmentch the families have until february 28th to sign the deal. a stand off at a oregon wildlife refuge could come to a end. the last four hold outs say they will turn themselves in. they seized control control of the building -- control of the january. the father of amon bund -- ammon bundy was arrested. prosecutors are deciding whether to retry a man freed after 30 years in prison. george perrot was released yesterday in new bedford. he was convicted of rape in 1985 an though the victim claims someone else attacked her. the key piece of evidence was a single strand of hair at the crime creep but the method the fbi used to link it to perrot has been discredited. after 30 years in prison perrot admits he lost hope. >> absolutely i been in prison
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didn't commit of course i lost hope. >> i am so happy he has another chance to live his life and start over. >> prosecutors argued his record of drug use and fights in prison should have been enough to leave him behind bars. the district attorney will decide whether to try the case again. passengers stuck on a cruise ship are back on dry land. some kissing the ground as they walked off the ship. don champion was there as they returned to port. >> reporter: after a nightmare at sea, passengers of the anthem of the sea cruise ship are on ground sharing tales of a caribbean vacation gone wrong. >> the wind was coming through the doors. we thought it would break the glass. we didn't think we were going to make it. >> reporter: the 200,000 ton liner set sail for bahamas but got caught in a major winter storm in the atlantic. it was battered by 30 foot waves and hurricane force wind.
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see the water coming up to the balcony. >> reporter: dennis was on the cruise with his family they spent hours on lock down white captain of the ship navigateed out of the storm. >> my sisters and brothers were distraught my mom was okay they opened up the mini bar and that was good for her. >> reporter: royal caribbean officials are reviewing the storm avoidance policies to ensure a incident like this never happens again. >> it should never happen. we have to do better. we can't ask guest coming to us for a dream vacation to experience those conditions. >> reporter: some pass injuries say they are done. >> i won't hold it geeps them but i will never go on a cruise. >> reporter: the coast guard will inspect the ship before it heads out on the next voyage this weekend. don champion cbs news, new injuries. i. skiers and snow borderers taking over fenway park. susie sometimeel is is live with a preview -- steimle is live with a preview of the
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>> reporter: i am excited about this. i have no complaints other than the fact that i am getting to know a different side of the two ofyou in the studio who want me to pull extreme events. yesterday i was told to jump on the back of the truck you want. want me to slide down this thing which i am saying no way. i will say i'm snow border and all be it not very good but when's intimidating about this ramp is not necessarily the top of it but the bottom of it. if you look closely and i am eyeballing there's only about 30 or 40 feet of flat space for athletes to stop after launching off the huge ramp and getting big air which is of course the name of the event. this is big air fenway. it's a skiing and snow boarding free style competition. thankfully the men and women participating in this are professionals. a number of them are trying to compete in the 2018 olympics in south korea. some of the best athletes at this type of support in the
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this man man-made scaffolding stretches 140 feet into the air well over the green monster and well over the lights inside fenway park. it's going to be a really impressive couple days of events. the competition starts tonight between men and women and then continues tomorrow night. there are still tickets available. athletes are hoping getting this exposure in the city gets kids excited about this type of sport and brings people in. you guys back in the studio i will say what i say the to someone on twitter asking if i was looking to get big event the only air i am interested in is bz airwaves and i hope that's okay with you guys. >> you are fine. do you-- to use a baseball term that's a shortstop right get it? ben fee. >> reporter: sliding into home plate. >> there you go. thanks very much we appreciate the report and yeah, she looks safe on the ground there.
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heights to do that right. >> i am like thinking is there a way i can get up there. >> we could see if we could make it happen. >> i would do it. >> coming up on wbz this morning campaign 2016 heating up and heading south. >> both parties turning their attention to south carolina. jon keller takes a closer look at the remaining candidates. >> and bernie sanders crashing the late so with stephen colbertch host from south carolina imparting southern wisdom. >> and but thing in -- butting in the way they are trying to get smokeers to clean up their act good morning danielle. >> good morning. rise over a half-hour from now. we will get a little bit this morning but i am tracking another round of scattered snow showers that come in during the early to mid afternoon in the city of boston. cooler than yesterday as well. i will take you through the hour by hour timeline as you look at the city of boston. color starting to come over the horizon.
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welcome back. there's a new way to keep the streets 6 boston clean of cigarette butts. it's called neat streets and was launched yesterday by mayor marty walsh.
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installed at bessy pedestrian area -- busy pedestrian areas. at the top is a question which says which superpower do you want. below of course you get two choices. flight or invisibility. smoke kers chews the super hero power by disposing of the cigarettes in one of the two holes and that's how they vote on it. so the city is welcoming more ideas. for questions to put on the boxes treat them with the hashtag neat streets or neat streets bos and you have until march to submit your questions so if that's up your alley that's how you get involved. >> if it helps. >> yeah rather than flick them. >> that's true. we need to check the forecast on this thursday. it's chilly but not nearly as chilly as this weekend. valentine's day weekend. >> we are not getting out of the single digit. and lower teens on valentine's day. the blastic air is coming in subzero temperatures. a couple snow showers today and early saturday morning. no big organized storm in the
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the coldest air since last year comes in this weekend and you mentioned that. we are talking about near record low temperatures up is morning. waking up to temperatures below zero without the wind factored in. it will be brutal. we are down to 26 in fact in boston and dew points dropped a degree as well. wind from the west at 13 miles per hour. there's a bite to the air and the wind will be with us from start to finishing. 19 in -- finish. 19 in nashua. most of us in the 20s. clouds built in and there's been a couple snow showers and squalls from mondaying to into the coastline of eastern connectconnect. the snow showers will -- connecticut. the snow showers will miss us to the south. additional snow showers develop here from midday through the early evening hours. that's when i think it will be most numerous. notice the deeper blues so not everyone sees them. but they may reduce your visibility and you will get gusty wind as they come by.
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because the temperatures will be colder than yesterday. so a quick coating to as much as an inch as possible. we start with sunshine and clouds lynn crease. wind won't -- will incrows. the wind won't be as strong -- winds won't be as strong. if you have plans scattered snow showers cape and islands overnight friday into early saturday. there comes the front. this is the one that means business behind it the arctic air moves in and develops too late to create significant impact. what will be our impact is the brutal cold. temperatures in the single digits by saturday evening. wind chill subzero and actual temperatures subzero saturday night into sunday morning. tee's highs in the 20s. we are in the 20s right now. we are not going up that much. and real feel will stay in the teens through the course of the afternoon because the wind will gust occasionally over 30 miles per hour maybe 30, 35 this
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so the real feel is in the single digits by this evening. we drop overnight tonight 11 degrees in boston for an overnight low. accu-weather seven-day coldest day is on sunday and a decent week. rain on tuesday that could be mixed with a little bit of wentry mix across the far wednesday. these are the 5th graders 225 of them to be exact from the mccarthy middle school. and great energy. they are he collecting money going to pennies for patients and this is spirit week and different. yesterday it was pj day. say hello, not mght mccarthy together kathryn. >> pj's day sound good. we are getting word of an
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use caution and keep that in mind. an earlier accident in brejwater is clausing delays on 24. left lane is blocked but carssled getting through of the bigger days closer to town. 128 backed up to the split and expressway is slow between granite avenue and columbia road. beacon hill has youth problem according to the-- they are launching a program to reach out to millenials about free debt and free lance economy led by one of the youngest members of the senate who will draft ldges lation after meeting with young -- legislation after meeting with young people around the state. 6 candidates remain for the gop. republicans chris christie and carly fiorina are out following the poor finish in new hampshire. as for the democrats, they will debate in milwaukee he tonight for both parties. the race for votes is onto south carolina and jon keller has more.
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& you say you want a revolution well you know. >> reporter: in south carolina walking on air but with victory comes ris . >> i am not going to spend my time trying to trash other people. >> reporter: john case being may be taking the high rolled but south carolina voters are used to shop elbow politics. >> the only way to beat donald trump. >> reporter: and tees cruz -- ted cruz waste no time ridiculing trumpp with this ad. >> i got the trump action figure moo what ha does he do. >> pretend to be a republican. >> reporter: and jeb bush is targeting trump as well. >> unless i am caught with a camera that i didn't see, i am not going to be using profanity in the public. >> the lying is unbelievable. and i guess it's part of a process. >> i know i have some work to do. >> reporter: after her new hampshire debacle hillary clinton's campaign arranged a conference call with civil rights leaders expressing skepticism of bernie sanders.
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voters who sanders courted by breakfasting with reverend al sharpton in new york city. >> berny sanders made an appearance on the late show with stephen colbert e joined colbert for -- he joined cobar for part of the mont -- joined colbert for part of the mont log -- monolog. watch the republican debate saturday night in south carolina right here on wbz that starts at 9 p.m. we know teachers can have a huge impact shrewd enters -- stewed -- impact on their students' lives. >> how students are helping to sative a teacher's life.
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#:24 on your thursday morning. harvard university received a -- 6:24 on your thursday morning. harvard university received a record number of am cakes more than 39,000. that's 5% from last year. harvard says the boost comes amid new efforts to reach out to lower income students. applicants will find out by march 1st if they have been accepted. last year harvard only accepted about 5% of the applications. and a warning for bu students if you have a jacket like this. thieves may be targeting you. boston university police say they have received more than a dozen reports of clothing thefts in september. -- since september and most involve canada goose jackets. the jackets are expensive andcan cost as much as $1300 many most thefts happened in the gym. gas station owners on alert. someone is planting skimming devices on the pumps. the first was found in hingham and more in bridgewater and
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weeks a skim are device reads or records or transmits your credit or debit card data. a reminder there's a lot of good out there in the world. a man who dedicated his life to teaching is learning how much hemeans to his students. matt morway learned he has kidney failure and when the current and form are students in dudley found out they set up a gofundme page and put out the word he needs a transplant to putting it on twitter and saying mr. r way. >>i don't know if i should have this much attention for this type of thing because i really don't have anything big or special planned. i just wanted to stay here. >> clearly what he is doing is lives. so far they have raised 15,000 dollars. he teaches history and psychology and has never taken
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>> very humble man too. >> students go above and beyond for him. lots more coming up in the half-hour. making the streets safe. the new push targeting jaywalkers. >> and the big operation taking
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right now at 6:30, the search for the driver accused hitting a man and taking off with that man hinging-- hanging on to the hood of the car. the victim is speaking out. >> the first thing you think about is you want to give them what they want so you don't get hurt. >> a local store clerk ignoring his instincts and fighting back against an armed robber. >> and take a live look at fenway park transformed into a winter wonderland. the skiers and snow borders taking flight today. >> from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good thursday morning to u it's 6:30. thanks-- to you. it's 6:30. i am chris mckinnon. >> i am kathryn hauser.
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little flurry action today. >> yeah just a little bit of light snow just like yesterday. not everyone will see it but there may be a couple flakes around. so don't want to catch you off guard a live look at boston, the skyline looks good. rise in about 15 minutes from now. so getting earlier. some of that sun and dollor -- color just coming over the horizon. it's a quiet start. kids want the hats and gloves and it's that time of year. sunrise at 6:47. chilly start with snow showers around as you head into the end of school for the bus ride home. 19 in nashua and 19 in taunton. 26 in the city and 20 in worcester. a lot of us running in the lower to middle 20s out the door. a wind and clouds have been on increase. snow showers back across connecticut and long island. we may get a flurry or two along the south coast but in the a big deal. from the late morning through the afternoon whoa want to show you that we get scattered snow showers and squalls just like yesterday. not everyone will see them. but some of the deeper blues
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and a few slicks spots. most of the snow showers will be tapering heading into the yerl i evening. a flurry or two sun and clouds. 20s this morning and near 30 with scattered snow showers and squalls through the midday lunch hour. and maybe a coating again as much as an inch in few spots and that snow tapers off sunset at 5:11. let's get you up to traffic and weather together. >> thank you. an accident is causing delays on 495 south andn apedover at the -- in andover at the 93 interchange. and in ridgewater left lane to 24 is blocked because of an earlier crash. cars are slowly getting through on the shoulder and the delay is about 9 minutes. route 31 slow from weymouth to the split and expressway is slow between granite avenue and columbia road. we are following breaking news. part of the mass pike was shut down overnight after a truckslammed into part of a overpass if sturbridge.
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driver was flown to the hospital with serious injuries. massdot inspectors are checking for damage right now and traffic is allowed on the overpass and all lanes on the pike have been reopened. i want to show you surveillance video of a hit-and- run in woburn. this morning we are hearing from that man who you saw get hit by the car who hung on to the hood of it and a wend shield wiper terrified for his life. nicole jacobs is live and police have not found the driver. >> reporter: they haven't but the story of fred picka is -- pica sunday believable. he escaped with only a broken foot and tells the tale of holding on for dear life and speaking with woburn police the man responsible for this hit- and-run is still on the loose i want to get you to surveillance video this morning because the incident was captured on tape. again 65 years old is the man
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he tells the story of seeing a car coming straight for him. he was holding onto a wnd shield wiper and he hung on to the hood of the car fos arlong as he could. police say 29-year-old tyson delgado was behind the wheel accused of larsy and an assault -- larceny and a assault on a police officer hours earlier. delgado was talking on his cell phone the entire time he was holding on for dear life. >> i begged him please, please, just stop and let me off your please. >> reporter: anyone with information is rnlgd to give woburn police a call. live in wsburn nicole jacobs. >> thank you very much. a warning for parents about instagram. northbor row police say local--
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getting inappropriate material sent to them. and police are working to track the person down and urging all parents to talk with their kids about the use of social media and say they should never accept anything from someone they don't know. a major drug bust in boston. 5 pounds of heroin taken off the streets. state police say two men tried to sell more than 200 grams of heroin to a undercover trooper. the men had been under investigation as traffickers since last october. they will be in court next month. a crime caught on camera. a new hampshire convenience store clerk fighting off an armed rob remember. the -- robber. the masked man came into the market tuesday and showed a gun. at first, the clerk cooperated and started emptying out of register and the thief came closer to the clerk and the clerk realized that gun was a fake. >> right then and there i was kind of turned the tables where i know this guy is just probably nervous too and he is in a panic but i am not going
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trying to do. so, then i ran over the counter and i tackled him and got him pretty good a couple times. >> you see the robber takes off out the door. this was the first of two robberies in manchester on tuesday night. the second just minutes later at another market a mile away. the suspect descriptions are similar and detectives are trying to figure out if the two crimes are related. >> a guilty-- a guilty plea from a former middle school lunch lady charged with raping a 15-year- old boy. janelle foley assault the boy during thanksgiving and new year's party at the family's home. she pleaded guilty to five counts of rape and now faces up to 4 1/2 years in prison. investigators in fitchburg are looking into the cause of a deadly fire that culled a woman and -- killed a woman and badly injured her brother and sister. the surviving siblings are at the hospital.
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a legal battle in ferguson missouri. council voted to change the terms of a deal with the federal government for police reform in the is city there. city leaders say they modified the plan because of costs. but the justice department is now suing over the changes and this all comes in the wake of racial tension in the city following the shooting death of michael brown by a police officer. robert kennedy's killer will remain locked up. a parole board in california yesterday denied the request for release. he shot and killed kennedy in 1968. this is the 15th time he has been denied parole. 6:37 on your thursday morning and time for the daily talker and today we are talking about a new push to curb jaywalking. >> the senate majority leader wants to increase the fines. under the current law sent set in 19629 fine for jaywalking in boston is a dollar.
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to $25 for the first offense, 50 for a second violation and 75 for further violation that is year. boston police tell the globe jaywalkers are rarely ticketed under the proposed law officers rule. what do you think about the proposal. james says a crackdown on drivers who don't yield to crosswalks or run red lights need to be enforced as hard. but jmy says it's way of life in boost -- jimmy says it's a way of life in boston. we love hearing from you write on the website tweet us with the hashtag wbz talker or write on facebook page. forget about baseball at fenway. skiers and snow board are taking over the ball park. >> big air competition gets underway tonight. susie steimle is live with a closer look at the highflying action susie. >> reporter: good morning. yesterday we were talking about the equipment truck leaving for the warm weather.
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is very much here and incredible unique way at fenway park. look at that. this reaches 140 feet up into the air towering way over and dar of-- dwarfing the grown monster and it's man-made scaffolding for the big air free style snow boarding and skiing competition taking place tonight at 6 p.m. and tomorrow night at 6 p.m. as well. the athletes are some of the best in the world at what they do. they will get two passes to go through this ramp and show off to the judges. a number of the athletes hope the competitions like this will get them the bid into the 2018 olympics in south korea. this is a new event for the olympics. big air skiing and snow boarding competition has never been recognized by wint are olympics and will be in 2018
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athletes doing their thing here and standing here the thing is impressive. not just with its size and height and big air the athletes will get but i was telling you earlier, this stop at the bottom is really short. so you have to be incredibly talented and controlled to throw the tricks off this ramp but stop really quickly and go at it all over again. i can't do it. >> there's. >> the catch net or >> right. if they had something to catch you, then i would try it but that's really cool to see. >> it is. >> thank you so much susie she is having fun. >> reporter: absolutely. >> thank you. just ahead, new developments in that stand off with the the federal government in oregon. >> new this morning a potential deal for the victims of whitey bulger. >> and a dog giving police officer's run for their money. the pup who darted on a busy massachusetts highway and how the dog ended up in the back of a police cruiser. good morning danielle.
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good morning to the weather watchers. thanks as always for the reports. all the way from new hampshire stretching to the cape. temperatures are running in the 20s right now. so not too bad out the door. a couple teens jennifer 16 inmethuen. hollis new hampshire don says 21 and we will stay in the 20s to near 30s today. i am tracking another round of snow showers and we will time those out and talk about the big chill on the way this
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take a look at this. state police got to play dog catcher in methuen to heap pup in a dangerous situation. lexi was spotted walking in traffic on 495 yesterday. police and massdot shut down the road for safety. >> after some effort a trooper was able to lure the dog back to its cruiser with a granola bar. this morning lexi is back with her owner so that's the good news. >> that's scary>> saved by a granola bar so. good work there. it's that time morning where we talk about the weather with danielle and we are bracing for like frigid weather. >> this weekend is really-- the temperatures are going to take a dive danielle. >> that's all everybody is talking about.
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on the way for the weekend especially by time we get to valentine's day single digits and teens without the wind factored in. this morning 20 degrees in rye new hampshire. 21 at littleton middle school and 22 degrees. kind of uniformed most us in the teens to lower 20s out the doors on a touch milder at 26 in boston right now. so it's a chilly start. there's been flurries and snow showers across the coastline of connecticut and through long island. we won't get hit with these. they will pass to the south. but there is a cold front coming in later today. so just like yesterday, we will get scattered snow showers that fire up from late morning through the afternoon. so he there will be flurries and a dusting here or there and some of the deal deeper blues indicate a steadier area snow reduced visibility just like yesterday. not everyone will see them but where they come through a coating to as much as an inch
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most should be dwindling by time we get to 5, 6 p.m. clearing skies tonight. sunshine tomorrow. another round of snow showers comes in. after about 8 p.m. so if you have friday evening plans don't be surprised to see flakes flying. the cold front is coming in and that means business. an ocean storm look at that pockets of snow overnight gone by friday and a new lingering morning and all about the cold and wind will kick up and temperatures are going to be falling into the single digits as early as saturday evening combined with the wind that may gust over 30 miles per hour and real feel by saturday evening late afternoon in fact it's going to go subzero heading into the overnight and sunday morning. 20 to 30 below. wond be surprised if the wind shill watches are issued later today and we rebound a bit on sunday.
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and we will rebound heading into the start of next week. snow showers and squalls today. 27. real feel in the teens to low 20s. tonight mainly clear and single digits in the suburbs and 11 downton and tomorrow won't be as windy. we start with sunshine and clouds increase. 23 degrees and accu-weather seven day and see the drop off heading into the weekend. 12 on sunday monday, not as chilly. 25 and tuesday we track the next store rain submissioned with snow across the far interior -- mixed with snow across the far interior. traffic and weather together chris. >> there's a bigger backup from a earlier crash in bridgewater on 24 north. left lane is blocked but cars are getting by on the left and right-hand side. route 3 is jammed from weymouth up to the split and expressway is slow from cory to marchese boulevard.
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down in the redding stretch and on the brakes through medford. checking top stories on this thursday morning, police in woburn iser is-- is are searching for a hit-and-run driver. he took off with a victim hang on to the front of the car. >> i got on the hood and held on for dear life. i was thinking about punching out the window and trying to grab him but i said if i let go i am hood i am a dead man it was captured on surveillance cameras. fred pica held on until the windshield wiper snapped police are trying to crackdown 29-year- old tyson delgado, the driver. he is also wanted in an allegedlarceny and assault on a police officer. the families of whitey bulger's murder victims reportedly offered a financial settlement. the widow of one victim told the herald 16 families could
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found in his santa monica apartment. also split proproceeds from an auction of the monster's belongings and other money rumored to be hidden across the u.s. and europech the catch the families can can never sue the government. they have until february 28th to decide. three men in custody following a tense stand off in boston last night. police say they robbed a store clerk and barricaded themselves inside a hostage negotiator helped in the stand off all three men are facing armed robbery charges. the stand off at an oregon wildlife refuge could end this morning. the last four hold outs claim they will turn hem selves -- themselves in and seized control at the beginning of january to oppose federal land use policies. last night federal agents arrested the father of ammon bundy who started the protest. boston for the fans welcoming back a few old friends. >> paul pierce and doc rivers return to the garden.
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the all star break. could the celtics get a win
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wbz sports brought to you by massachusetts bmw dealers visit mass for exceptional offers. >> the celtics heading into the all star breaks on a high note. >> paul pierce and doc rivers
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pierce got a huge ovation from fans at the garden during the introductions. doc rivers received cheers and centics ownership presented isaiah thomas with the all star game jersey. he will play in the first all star game this weekend in toronto. this was close one final seconds of the fourth quarter isaiah thomas gets the jumper to go senning the game to overtime. fast forward here to the final seconds of ot clippers have chance to tie it. crawford doesn't get the three to fall c's win this one 139 to 134. over to baseball a welcomed sight for red sox fans the equipment truckloaded up outside fenway park and it's hauling the team's gear down to fort myers for spring training. pitchers and catchers report one week from today and dan roche will report too. see him live from spring training in fort myers starting next week.
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>> that music i like that. it's 6 expln. 53 time to look a the what's coming up on cbs this morning. >> let's check in with charlie rose. >> good morning. ahead on cbs this morning we will talk with cosmospolitan hillary clinton is having vote. and michelle miller joins lionel richie at the piano a look back at his career and the news is back in the morning see you at 7. >> looks good. up next no excuse a local father not letting anything
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the worst of the storm passed one family in scituate found themselves surround by water. >> that's right row, row, row your boat all the way to school. that's how it was. so tuesday morning lionel -- leonie kelly loaded up in her dad's boat and he towed her off to drier land where a friend's parent drove her to school. sound like a adventure book. >> if that was me in that
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would be like i am not going i can't go today but. >> no excuses. >> exactly. >> i love how she was saying you got everything like you said everything got your backpack and lunch but it was pretty bad at the coastline for the beginning of the week monday and tuesday's high tide. now things quieted down in terms of the coast. but we have scattered snow showers today and coating to an inch and then temperatures tumble. only 12 on valentine's day. >> subzero in the morning. >> not fun. >> cbs this morning is next on wbz. >> have a great morning
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