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>> they were up-- th's how they shot it while flying. >> yes. >> unbelievable. your top story and traffic morning. >> the news at 5 starts now. >> right now at 5 a.m. brutally cold temperatures subzero wind chill. when it will feel cold they are weekend. >> a school bus driver accused of drunk driving with students on boardch the serious crash that rocked a neighborhood. >> former boston mayor ray flynn recovering after crashing his suv into a neighbor's home. >> the historic meeting with the pope. the pontiff's big plans today. >> from the channel had stewed -- 4 studios in boston this is wbz this morning. good friday morning to you. it's 5 i am chris mckinnon. >> i am kathryn hauser it's friday february 12th and it's cold out there. bitter cold temperatures moving in. >> that's right. temperatures are falling and we
lows this weekend. say it ain't so. >> subzero temperatures saturday night into sunday morning. it's going to be brutal. we are getting started. the real feel this morning is 8 below zero in boston. and it's 14 below zero in worcester and this is just the start of the frigid weekend. this air is coming straight from the arctic. it's the coldest since last february and below zero on sunday morning boston worcester likely to be right near the record cold lows and that means dangerous wind chills and we have a wind chill warning in effect 15 to 35 below zero what it feels like. you can develop frostbite in as little as 10 minutes in the conditions. meantime, it's 8 degrees in boston this morning. this is the coldest we have hadtied for the coldest and we have had one in the beginning of january. west wind kicking up gusting over 20 miles per hour. now dropped to zero in worcester and two below in keene but skies are clear and we are in for plenty of sunshine. a beautiful start for the day with bright sunshine. you want to be bundled up in layers.
19 by lunchtime and increase in clouds will become mostly cloudy by later today. i am timing out snow on the way us. details coming up. let's get you on the roads >> the -- >> reporter: the friday morning commute is qundway with no hassle. -- roadways with no hassles. you have the major routes from the north look clear to the south and expressway busy braintree to boston. the rest of the suits from the -- routes from the south look like speed limit rides. a school bus driver is heading to court accused of driving drunk with students on crash. let's get to nicole jacobs with a closer look at what happened here. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. i just checked in with dudley police and they tell me that he bailed out last night certainly this crash could have been much
was hurt. this is his mug shot. 42-year-old scott poirier eyes closed and intoxicated police say. he was a driver of a school bus that crashed into a utility pole thursday. the one that knocked out power to hundreds on hayden pond road and beyond in dudley. it was a frigid night and according to police, it was his actions that led to the evacuation of nearly a dozen students simply on their commute home from shepherd hill high and dudley middle schools. no one was hurt in the crash. it was a failed field sobrietytest that led to and day in court. power has been restored in the areas this morning. again he is expected to be arraigned in court today. live in dudley nicole jacobs >> thank you. ray flynn recovering this morning after crashing his suv
we are learning more about what happened. susie steimle is live with the new details. >> reporter: good morning chris. we are on flint place in south boston where the former mayor was driving last night. you can see the damage from the accident e talked to police last -- he talked to police last night and said was on his way home from a morning workout when he blacked out and crashed into his neighbor's home. fortunately no one was seriously hurt. construction crews spent thursday afternoon boarding up the house in where a suv put a hole. >> the the downstairs and upstairs unit have to leave and we don't know for how long until the engineers tell us it's okay to stay robs kelly lynch and her -- stay here. >> reporter: kelly lynch and her roommates know who did it and that made them less frustrated. >> our neighbor across the way had driven his car into the basement.
year-old former boston mayor ray flynn. flynn told police he just returned home from a morning workout when he blacked out and woke up with his car into the house across the street. >> i know the mayor had his wits about him and he was talking about him. >> reporter: he was not hurt but went to the hospital for precautionary measures and his neighbors praise his good reputation and hope he is okay. >> they are great neighbors we have run into them and they are the. >> iest people i met so that was my first concern was hoping he was okay and he was not hurt. obviously. >> reporter: someone did return home late last night to the former mayor's residence. it's unclear if it was the mayor being released from the hospital. he is expected to be okay. and police say no charges are pending. live in south boston susie steimle wbz this morning. developing right now secretary of state john kerry says the cease-fire in syria could start in the next week. world leaders in germany
stop president assad from fighting his people and rebels would have to put down their arms. considery says it doesn't a-- kerry says it doesn't apply to the battle against the islamic state. the bomb that explode on the a somali plane last week was made of sophisticated materials that passed through an x-ray machine undetected according to a report from cnn. investigators say the suspected ground. that man was blown out of the plane when the bomb detonated. since the bombing security is considerably tighter at the airport. pope francis is on his way to cuba to meet with the leaders of the russian orthodoxed church. he is -- orthodox church. he is trying to bridge a divide between the two. this is the first time a pope and russian patriarch will meet and they are expected to sign a joint declaration. after that he will take a 5-day tour of mexico. to campaign 2016 now and a high stakes showdown in the
bernie sanders and hillary clinton facing off for first time -- for the first time since the huge win. jon keller breaks down the debate. >> it's fair and necessary for americans to vet both our proposals. >> reporter: hillary clinton came in the debate with a game plan. spread doubt about the price tag of bernie sanders price tag on key issues. >> the family would pay $500 more in taxes and get a reduction in their health carecost of 5,000 dollars-- >> the numbers don't add up and many people will actually be worse off than they are right now. >> it's absolutely inaccurate. >> reporter: the charge stunning sanders who needeled clinton when she described post inaugural tax codes she will seek. >> once i am in the white house we will have enough political capital to do that.
not in the white house yet and let us be clear that every proposal that i have introduceed has been paid for. >> reporter: and there was this exchange over the prospect of the first female president. >> i am not asking people to support me because i am a woman. i am asking people to support me because i think i am the most qualified experienced and ready person. >> somebody who spent his entire life taking on the big money interests i think a sanders victory would be historical accomplish men as well. >> reporter: another noteworthy exchange came when clinton was street. she observed that president obama took plenty of wall street money when he ran but still took them on over policy and claimed she would do the same. it will be interesting to see if that helps her among african american voters in south carolina with a president's high. i am jon keller at large wbz this morning. >> the republican presidential
south carolina 8 days before the primary there. all of them chasing front- runner donald trump and ready to take him on in person during saturday night's republican debate. and a reminder you can watch that debate live at nine tomorrow on wbz. jon keller will have analysis after on the wbz news at 11. it's 5:09 on your friday morning. phillip morris won't have to pay for lung cancer screenings for massachusetts smokers that. group claimed in the the lawsuit that the cigarettes had a designed sign defect contributing to the cancer risk. the lawsuit was not looking for money only medical monitoring. a man accused attacking a police officer and running down a pedestrian is behind bars and due in court this morning. police say they found tyson delgado hiding under a relative's bed in dorchester yesterday. investigators say delgado is the man seen in surveillance video here it is hitting 65-
off with pica on the hood of the car. before that police were questioning delgado in a larceny came when he assaulted a officer and took off. the parents of a infant who died while in the care of her irish nanny is now suing the woman for wrongful death according to the globe. ashley brady mccarthy spent more than two years in jail before prosecutors dropped murder charges. she returned to ireland shortly after her release in august. bill cosby's wife will have to answer questions under oath in a civil suit filed in massachusetts. but, a federal judge ruled yesterday that camille cosby can refuse to testify about any private conversations she had with her husband. her deposition is part of a defamation lawsuit filed by the -- by 7 women. this time investigators hope to locate the black box of
it will begin in april. it went down in hurricane joaquin 33 crew members were killed including several with ties to new england. it's 5:11. coming up a local family was on the cruise ship rocked by a huge storm this week. >> the new details they are sharing about the nightmare trip and the surprising thing they are planning to do next. >> also ahead, parents and students might like this. an app promising to predict the next snow day. good morning nicole i mean danielle. i am so sorry. >> that's fine. i can help you predict snow days no snow day today. it's about the cold. single digits for the kid heading out the door to the bus stop this morning. i am tracking a little of the snow for overnight tonight. we will talk about that and the brutally cold wind chills this
alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid
developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles it's got every technology there is. belongs on the table. welcome back it's a cold start out there. but what if you knew ahead of time when school was most likely to be canceled? >> apparently there's an app for everything and one a promises to do that snow day calculator lets you put in your zip code and information about your school district like if it's public or private and how many snow days you've had and gives outlikelihood the school
the developer says he used the same algorithms when he was in school when he figured out whether to do his homework or not. always do your homework. >> remember in the day you would wait for the radioto come across. >> it was tough for us in melrose because they would say medford and millford and they would skip over melrose and we walked. >> i am from weymouth and had to wait for the w and i feel look i would wake up and it would be on the as or bs. >> yeah. >> so long but that was that add to the excitement didn't it. you guys it's all about the cold this weekend. 4 p.m. saturday tomorrow until noon on sunday we have wind chill warnings that are in effect including thisth city of boston and worcester and most of massachusetts and it's a winter watch when you get back along the south coast. we will talk more about that in a second. it's cold this morning.
right now. same in falmouth. 4 below in chatham and 14 below in worcester. that reading comes from the worcester airport a thousand feet in elevation. but no matter how you cut it, it's brutal. stepping outside this morning the wind is gusting occasionally over 20 miles per hour. 20 to 30 on the cape. actual temperature 8 in boston right now. this is tied for the coldest morning so far this season. and zero degrees in worcester right now. skies have cleared out so we are in for bright beautiful sunshine. don't forget the shades as you head out this morning. there are a couple scatteredsnow showers to the west. this will clip us with light snow this evening and tonight so most of today is quiet dry no problems it's just the cold. winds will subside through the day today. briefly. and then this evening, after about 8, 9:00 pockets of snow develop along the south coast and cape. we may get into a scattered snow shower tonight. and pockets of light snow is pretty much gone by tomorrow morning.
disturbance that comes in. bulk of the moisture stays out to sea and it's about the cold. wind whips up and may gust 40 to50 miles per hour at the coast. up to 40 miles per hour inland and then high pressure builds in means plenty of sunshine for sunday but that's when the heart of the cold air comes overhead. so snowfall tonight until early tomorrow morning. and it's a scattered coating here with maybe a snow shower that comes through. and the greater risk of picking up one to three inches and it will be a fluffy consistency because it's so cold from plymouth back down to the cape and islands. there may be a couple isolated spots that end up with closer to 4 inches of fluff because it's so cold we can pile up the snow quicker. that's tonight into early tomorrow morning. today, the clouds increase and temperatures in the 20s. tonight, similar to this morning we drop into the single digits and teens for most of us. highs tomorrow, don't get out of the teens. 19 in boston and we will fall pretty quickly into the single digits and then saturday night
the records to beat. 11 below zero. this is without the wind factored in keep in mind. the record is minus 11 back in 1979 for worcester. he think we will tie it and may beat it in boston. the record is 3 below zero set in 1934. forecasting a low of 4 below zero and sunday, these are the highs. we don't get out of the single digits about 10 in boston. and with the wind factored in, sunday morning is going to feel like 13. 15 to 30 below zero. so, don't want to be outside as we head into sunday morning. by the way, school visit video, this is pamela she what visit with the potter road elementary school in framingham and they are a school of lifelong loners home of the potter road panthers. traffic and weather together. in case you didn't hear robi sneeze. >> reporter: false accusations that was not me. >> it was all over the place. >> reporter: that was ed not me. >> really?
blamed on me. me. valentine's day forecast. i mean i think it's going to be a huge impact on people not wanting to go out canceling reservations and increase in going to be. >> cover the being posed skin and you will be fine. >> reporter: or stay home. again that's not me sneezing. still decent ride with no major backups or accidents anywhere. let's look live over the expressway right now. moderate to heavy follow braintree to boston not seeing slow downs 128 business. i -- busy in the braintree stretch. to the north 93 southbound is light to modern volume. route 3 south looks good out oflowell. now. 5:19. a holden family opening up about their terrifying ordeal
sailed into a dangerous winter storm. their 11 floor stateroom flooded. 200,000 ton liner anthem of the seas hit 30 foot waves and hurricane-force winds. the experience cruise enthusiasts were taking their first vacation as a family of three. but the bahamas bound cruise became memorable not for the reasons they hoped. >> you had to hang on to the bed and wall and each other. we are not big church people but i was like dave we have to pray because i was scared. >> wow. they credited the captain and crew with getting them back to safety. royal caribbean gave passengers a discount and -- all their money back and discount on the next cruise. that. >> imagine the sea legs coming >> wow. >> not fun. many of us have done this. you hit the snooze button.
when you snooze you do lose. a stanford sleep specialist says when you hit the snooze brain. you are hitting me i am not the snooze button guy. it can cause what national sleep foundation calls sleep inisha the -- inertia that can last up to 90 minutes. >> what can you do about it. get up when it goes off move are alarm farther away from you so you have to get up to turn it off. and be consistent get up at the same time and get yourself into a healthy rhythm and just get more sleep right? try going to bed earlier if you can. >> it's friday go to bed early. >> it is friday still to come the revolution going back in time. >> and a battle brewing. unexpected players throwing punches levan reid has sports and a riddle. >> the app could be continued he for dogs. launched here in boston.
played nose to the grindstone hockey. this was a perfect way to kick off a 6-game road trip. they take on jets a minute 38 into the game and nice. bruins up 1-0. and now he does damage and on the brake away and backhand is any ofy that's the 6th goal in the last 5 games. 26 of the season. bruins up 3-2. second period drama. he slashes at bergeron later it's the feud. he drops the gloves and it's the second fight of his career and just the 7th for wheeler and he lands on bergeron. when he was out there itcounted. bruins win 6-2. soccer and check out the new home uniforms for the new-land revolution. in soccer talk this is called the primary kick.
jackets of the revolutionary war era. the hat that's not included. big air snow board competition got underway last night. here's the deal. if you signed up, you are winner in my book. this is very frightening and awesome. kenneth connecticut's julie won the women's event. the skiers hit the big air tonight. our dan roche will go to fenway south to cover the sox in fort myers live reports beginning next thursday. hey, let's get you to your riddle. what has to be broken before it can be used. what has to be broken before it can be used. that's sports this morning. i am levan reid with wbz sports. >> we will give the viewers 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. >> an egg. >> i love that. >> theafng you. a lot more in the -- thank you.
the battle -- the plan to battle the opioid addiction. >> voters breaking records. new numbers this morning and special code names for candidates. >> this is jon keller. danielle eric and the weather people how do i love thee for the winter? thou has correctly forecasted let me count the ways coming up on wbz this morning. >> that's fantastic. i cannot wait to watch that. we are talking about temperatures that are going to be tumbling for the weekend. 19 for a high tomorrow. 10 on valentine's day. we will break down the wind chill forecast.
right now at 5:30 bitter cold chill. wind chills below zero and our temperatures this weekend when the coldest air comes overhead. >> a school bus driver accused of driving drunk with students on the bus. but it didn't end there. >> former boston mayor ray flynn recovering after crashing his suv into a neighbor's home. what he is saying about that crash this morning. >> from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good morning everybody.
>> i am chris mckinnon. friday. >> yes feels good. >> february 12th. it feels good to say friday and we are talking about bitter cold. >> it's so cold out there this morning. you will want to bundle up. several layers if you can before you head out. the scarf and gloves and hat and the boots and parka. i don't know. anything you can think of. i like that. >> here you go. >> use it all. the ski mask is not a bad idea especially as we head through the weekend. 8 below zero is the real feel at logan airport. it's 14 below in worcester and we are just getting started. coldest temperatures in boston all time coldest look at this. 18 below zero. that was in february 1934. and last 50 years the coldest reading at logan airport is 7 below zero. and the last 10 years it was last year remember february the record cold 3 below but we are forecasting a low of 4 below saturday night into sunday morning. that puts it in perspective
zero degrees in worcester. 8 in boston and the skies are clear so the sun is going to be shining grab the shade as you head out and there's no big weather issues today. the wind is going to subside. so we start with subzero chill sunrise at 6:45 and coming up to 19 by lunch hour and sun and clouds will be chilly. don't get me wrong. and we top out around 20, 22 during the day today but clouds increase and we turn cloudy for the evening drive and i am tracking some snow for some of us overnight tonight. details on that coming up. let's get you on the roads. traffic and weather together. >> reporter: fairly quiet right now. but we have an accident in boston to tell you b let's look live over the -- about. let's look over the crash in the o'neill tunnel 93 southbound the ramp for government center. no word on lane closures but looking at the bottom right traffic is slowing down going into the o'neill. moderate to heavy traffic between the split and columbia road. 128 southbound sluggish between
>> thank you. checking top stories for you on this friday morning. a dudley school bus driver heading to court today accused of driving drunk with students on the bus. police say that scott poirier crashed his wu into the pole. the accident knocked out power to hundreds of homes. crews were able to restore power late last night. former boston mayor ray flynn says he passed out before boston. mayor flynn says he was coming home after working out yesterday was trying to park when the crash happened. no one else was hurt and he says he suffered a concussion and will undergo some medical testing. massachusetts leaders taking new action on the state's opioid crisis. >> today we are pleased to announce along with the mass dental society the first in the nation set of dental education core competenceies for the prevention of and management of prescription drug misuse. >> this program will send hundreds of local dental
program that will teach them how to prevent and manage prescription drug misuse. bernie sanders and hillary clinton facing off for the first time since sanders big win in new hampshire. the two presidential hopefuls battled it out in a debate last night. clinton attacked sanders' proposal saying they are unrealistic and sanders says big ambitions are courageous. >> i've been very specific about where i would raise the money, how much it would cost and how i would move this agenda forward. >> and let us be clear that every proposal that i have introduceed has been paid for -- introduceed has been paid for. >> this is the last democratic debate before super tuesday when folks in massachusetts and 13 other states head to the polls. the secretary of state office says that more than 538,000 ballots were cast smashing the old record set in 2008. there were a record number of people who voted republican
some presidential hopefuls getting secret service protection and along with that a special code name. yesterday we learned bernie sanders code is intrepid chosen because of his stand against wall street banks. other candidates have fun names too. donald trump is mogul and ben carson eli and hillary clinton is referred to as ever green. >> very interesting. >> vil to think about what mine would be. >> i was thinking the same thingfrom politic to the weather jon keller has a special message for the wbz weather team. >> a big question is whether we all agree with jon. take a look. >> reporter: good morning. i've got a confession and i am not ashamed of it. i love wbz chief meteorologist eric fisher and the rest of the weather team of course. because every thing they predicted about this winter has so far been right on the money. eric and the gang said it would be a relatively mild winter and
they said while we would get storms they would tend to be mixed precipitation events that wouldn't bury us under 10 feet of snow and ice and that's exactly what has happened. and they said whatever accumulation we did get would not hang around forever like last winter and again they were right. i double checked with eric last night and he assures me the nasty shot of cold we are getting the next few days will be temporary. followed by a nice warmup. and that while we are due for a fair amount of storm activity the rest of the month-- it should follow the pattern. we know from experience once we get to march nothing that happens will last very long. i am sure i speak for many of us when i say this has been akin to called into the bosses office expecting the worst and to be told you are getting a promotion and raise. or like getting set up on a blind date by your aunt fearing a nightmare and in walks the person of your dreams. we needed this winter to be lenient.
as edgy as we new englanders are i was afraid we would go over the edge if this had turned out to be another ice dam filled snowpocalypse. and so thank you eric danielle barry and pamela. i love you all athlete until next winter. talk back to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or via twitter at keller at large. >> we do have the best weather team. >> we do. it's being called tinder for dogs. the app bark and borrow making canine connections. >> if you are a dog owner find app. it connects you with professional dog walkers and sitters and if you wish you had a pet it helps you find a dog to walk or hang out with. the ios version of the app launched in boston last november. >> there are. we have love for our dogs we talk about walking them.
>> you have to put the booties on. uber is settling two class action lawsuits. but will riders see money. >> you may not the see flowers or chocolates this valentine's day. the most popular gifts goggled in the area. >> reporter: some may be by coworkers. romance in the office may be more common than you think. more than a third of workers hooked up with a cubical mate. should people be dating in the workplace? let us know what you think. it's our daily talker. so, what moves me? it's the journey. the feeling of doing. it's making choices for a healthier me, a healthier us. i'm on my path and i love it. the path to a healthier you starts with nature's path pumpkin flax granola.
welcome back about 5:41. cuber settling two class action -- uber settling two class action lawsuits but will riders see money. >> the most goggled valentine's day gifts. jill wagner is live with today's money watch. hey jill. >> reporter: good morning. concern about the economy here and overseas is accepting stock markets lower across the globe. asian markets plunged this morning. yesterday the dow fell 254 points nasdaq dropped 16 and again, the good news is markets are pointing to a higher open in the u.s. today. so hopefully we can end on a positive note. uber wants to pay 28.5 million to settle two class action lawsuits one concerning the quote safe ride fee that uber charged customers. the suit says it was not legit because they never did their background checks on drivers a judge needs to approve the deal. pay out would be slim a-- split among lawyers and 25 million riders so don't he can speak
day is not just about chocolate and roses. the real estate blog looked at the more popular and unique gifts goggled in each state. californians searched for heart shaped sunglasses in hawaii it's tandem kai action and kentucky couples -- kayaks and kentucky couples tattoo and massachusetts couples cooking classes and i love that and i move to hawaii. >> i was thinking the same thing the kayaking in hawaii would be amazing. >> and california cheap. heart shaped sunglasses. >> they give those away right? >> they do thank you very much. see you on monday morning have a good weekend. coming up the top stories including former mayor ray flynn's crash and a school bus driver accused of driving drunk. >> ahead pope francis in the air right now. the historic meeting set for today. >> and taylor made show. the big announcement about the grammys. good morning danielle.
>> which is a big part of the story this morning. it's frigid out there danielle. >> we have wind chill warnings in effect. they come into effect tomorrow afternoon and last until sunday. and includes most of southern new england he can september for the south coast and cape we are under a wind chill watch. and this is brutal stuff. so tomorrow morning, the wind chill is going to be in the single digits and then heading into the afternoon as the wind kicks up it's going to feel like it's below zero as early as midday. look at this by tomorrow evening, you have evening plans tomorrow the wind chill drops evening hours. and then 20 to 30 below overnight on saturday. and into sunday morning. so you wake up valentine's day morning to wind chill readings 20 below zero28 below zero in jaffery so just taking you through this over next couple days to show
this is the type of cold where you are outside for as little as 10 minutes and could develop frostbite so don't be outside for a long period of time. these are the wind chill readings this morning. 8 below zero in boston. 14 below in worcester. we are just getting started and the wind is adding the bite to the air this morning. gusting over 20 from boston and 20 to 30 miles per hour down the cape and temperatures zero in worcester and 8 degrees in boston right now same in taunton. skies cleared out and the sun is going to be shining. grab the shade you will need those as you head out. building clouds later on today and a little snow not for all of us but for some of us heading into the evening and overnight. so stop things at 10:30. because the snow develops between 8 and 10 along the south coast and cape and there will be lighter snow showers for the rest of us. there may be scattered coatings here and there but early tomorrow morning most of the snow is gone. and the wind whips up and it's
there may be a couple lingering outer cape flurries that develop on sunday high pressure nosing in for the rest of us. how much snow accumulates tonight into tomorrow? a coating here or there dusting because it's fluffy stuff but one to three inches from flip south back to the south and -- plymouth back to the cape and because it's so fluffy we may get higher amount at chatham and nantucket at that -- as the area snow pushes through. it's done by 6 or 7 a.m. tomorrow morning. and speos are the high temperatures for tomorrow. in the teens 10 degrees on sunday. single digits north and west of boston. that's the wind factored in. next week in the mid-20s. and we get wintry mix monday night tiew changes to -- tiew changes to rain and milder sigh -- tuesday changes to rain and milder scenario. and colder bright sunshine by thursday high of 28. traffic and weather together be robi. >> reporter: we have accidents
the latest crash is down in braintree 128 southbound at the split. left lane is blocked there. seeing a backup to route 37. and we had an earlier accident 93 southbound inside the o'neill tunnel at exit for logan and if we can pop up the traffic cam. total traffic network just telling me the scene just cleared so we are not seeing a backup as 93 southbound enters the o'neill tunnel. that's good news there. kris and kathryn. >> thanks very much-- chris and kathryn. thanks very much. a historic trip for the pope. >> and a school bus driver heading to court. >> reporter: good morning. i am nicole he jacobs live in dudley -- nicole jacobs live in dudly war school bus driver is -- where a school bus driver is under arrest after a wild ride with students on board. police say he was drunk. let's look at this mug shot 42- year-old scott poirier.
way home from school when intoxicated poirier slammed into a power pole. power was knocked out to hundreds of people in the area. it has been restored but i can tell you he is set to go before a judge today. nicole jacobs wbz this morning. a winthrop man is accused of hitting a pedestrian and taking off. with the man clinging to the hood of the car. tyson delgado is accused of a assaulting a police officer and larceny. >> reporter: good morning i am susie steimle live in south boston. this is where former boston mayor ray flynn crashed his car into a neighbor's house yesterday. it happened around 12:45 p.m. he says he was driving home from a morning workout when he blacked out. when he came to, he he found his car in his -- when he came to he found his car in a neighbor's house. he has a concussion and was
precaution. he is expected to be okay. but the damage was so bad the tentants had to temporarily leave -- tenants had totemporarily leave and cpt come back until -- can't come place. susie steimle. pope francis is his way tocuba to reach with the leaders of the russian orthodox church it will be first time a pope and russian pay theory lark meet. -- patriarch will meet. the grammy awards will open with a big bang. recording academy announced the show he starts with swift performing from her album 1989. but that's just the beginning. other performers include adele and megan trainor and cast of the broadway musical ham iton -- hal i -- hamilton. the grammys air at 8 on wbz. time for the daily talker with valentine's day this
>> and you may be surprised that some of those lovers exchanging valentine's are right in your own workplace. here's robi with more on this. >> reporter: we are looking around now to see if we see anything. we are talking office romance. a practice many feel is taboo and it may be against company rules to date in the nest. but a new survey done for career builder.com shows more than a third of workers have gone out with someone in a nearby cubical. 37% of the workers polled say they have one time dated a coworker. a third of those he led to marriage. 23% said they went out with someone in a higher position than them either boss or supervisor. i bet they didn't tell hr that and perhaps the most scandalous stat here 17% of workers went out with someone who was married at the time basically had an affair with a coworker. that pollster says the number may be higher because people
not to a poster or anyone. what do you think about this dating in the workplace thing antono on facebook says he could never data coworker because it would be awkward if it doesn't work out. and you don't want other coworkers finding out how you treated one another. and kenny tweets to us, i have two coworkers that fed each other donuts in common office space. doesn't bother me danielle is cracking up. doesn't bother me but we have a frattation -- fraternization policy. number of ways to comment. website twitter and facebook. while you are making out your valentine's to your coworkers take sometime to let us know. >> i married a coworker so i am on the list. >> there you go. >> i am on the list. >> all right robi. up next, we are hitting rewind. >> and you don't want to miss
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