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of meteorologists. we'll check in with pamela in just a second. first, the coldest air is descending on us right now. painfully cold wind from the arctic will pick up throughout the afternoon and evening. expect a wind chill factor below zero. trains have been running at odd hours and idoling over night to keep the engine functioning. the coast guard said prepare for heavy freezing spray that can cause damage, especially to fishing boats that don't pull in for the winter. the cold is the first big of the weekend. pamela is in this morning. definitely want to bundle up. >> that's for sure. dangerously cold. we have hill -- wind chill warnings in place 4:00 p.m.
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chill advisory has been issued for the cape and islands now. temperatures running now in the we taunton. hour by hour forecast this afternoon, you see maybe flurry or two. partly sunny skies and temperatures in the single digits or teens later this evening with your real feel forecast fall together 15 below or 30 degrees below zero by 11:00. that's why we have the wind chill warnings in place. dangerously cold. we'll go through the valentine's day and when we see a warm up. this doesn't last forever. 40s on the way soon. chris. >> 40s sound good. thank you. here's a friendly remind er you can stay up to date at the cbs wbz boston weather alert. you can
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the app is free in google play and the apple app store. work crews are finishing inspections of manhole covers on 90.these inspections are the result of a tragic accident where a manhole cover came loose during in o'neill tunnel killing a woman. katy brace has the coverage. >> inspectors spanned out aacross the state highways in boston making sure all manholes were secure. >> they look scary in the middle of the road. just beyond that the ambulance was just coming there. >> terry was driving on 93 south during the morning commute and came up shortly after the accident. >> it didn't take long to put two and two together that it was the manhole cover. >> a manhole cover weighing 200 pounds became loose and airborne and crashed through the front
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the car came to a stop along the barrier wall. driver caitlin clavette was killed. >> what a tragedy for that woman and her family and what a random tragedy. >> the state transportation checked over 500 manholes. it came from this hole near the tunnel exit. >> my understanding is this is an incredibly infrequent event. >> our i team has learned in 2007 five accidents involving manhole covers occurred in loss than a week. this accident on 128 was one of them. since then the state said they inspect manhole covers every 2 years. the one that came loose friday morning was last inspected in june of 2014. >> a freak accident like that is a terribly tragedy. >> the results of the inspections are resulted later today. depending on what crews found they could go to other highways outside the city of
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katy brace, wbz this morning. >> caitlin clavette was on her way to work at a milton elementary school. today her school will be open from 11:00 until noon for parents who need guidance talking to their students about their chief. julie loncich has more. >> caitlin clavette loved life. >> you can't expect someone that young to have that happen to her. it's just tragedy. >> by day she share d her love of art teaches student at an elementary school in milton. >> she had a passion for teaching art. she enjoyed it. >> she was always in a positive mood. >> outside of work she spent hours training with her wheel works multisport teammates. >> she was a laugh a minute. this woman was just a good
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i mean, there's no words to describe how nice and kind she was. >> it's an awful shame and it's going to take me a while to comprehend it. life is unfair. this is just one of the worse things that can happen to such an amazing person. >> she was on her way to work friday when a manhole cover hit her car on 93 south. she died instantly. >> i saw the picture of the accident first and thought god, that's horrible luck. then i found out it was her. some things just don't make sense. we'll really miss her. >> one of caitlin's friends told me she drove him to the airport when the city was in lock down mode following the marathon bombings because nobody else would. julie loncich, wbz.
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chance but to shoot a man who would not drop his gun. officers got a call about a gunfight. they found a man armed carrying a friend shot in the leg. they told that man three times to stop his gun and instead of listening he threatened them. >> nobody likes to take a life. if you're going to point auto at our officers we're going to protect ourselves. >> officers killed the man with the four. two other men were hospitalized. former patriot aaron hernandez settled a lawsuit. alexander bradley said he shot her in the eye after they argued a nightclub in february of 2014. bradley's attorneys said the matter has been settled but no further details were released. bradley was with hernandez when
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bradley has been granted immunity on those murder charges. a convicted child killer will get a new trial. joseph cousin was convicted of shooting trina pasad. he got a new trial yesterday. the suffolk county da plans to appeal. we've got some big developments in campaign 2016 to tell you about. on the republican side one candidate threatening to sue another. donald trump argues ted cruz is not eligible to become president because cruz was born in canada. trump is threatening to take that claim to court unless cruz drops the negative ads he's campaigning and running. the
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you can expect republican candidates hold their carolina. you can watch that here on wbz. 6:00. after the debate highlights and analysis of that gop debate on the wbz news at 11:00. by the way, if you're taking the green line this weekend there's something you might need to know. green line will be services between market street and hey market for work. coming up next, meet a 10-year-old interp neuro -- interp neuro entrepreneur -- entrepreneur who is building a nest egg. >> what to get your favorite
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>> we're tracking maybe some record cold for the holiday. for now we'll take a look at some of our weather watchers reporting single digit temperatures and teens out there. bryan from belmont has 4 degrees. doug in hollis has 7 degrees. this is just the beginning. arctic air in place and then the wind advisories.
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boston's best valentine's day. did you see that? it's hot on the web right now. i know a lot of people -- did i say hot on the bread? >> you said hot on the web. >> i was like did i say bread. >> it's early. >> someone sent a tweet of freshly baked biscuits this morning. >> that looked phenomenal. >> that would worm you -- warm you up. >> it would. if you have to venture out use some common sense here.
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gloves, a hat, several layers out there. any exposed skin could be exposed to actually dangerous wind chills and the potential for frostbite quickly. plus your car may have some issues too. check the tire pressure, car battery. keep a winter safety kit in the trunk. don't forget about our furry friends. bring them inside. this is just too cold for the next couple of days. keep them warm. make sure they have plenty of warmth from you and hopefully they're inside snuggling up with you. slopes forecast, if you're heading to the north and traveling at all and want to take on the slopes here temperatures will be brutally cold. it's going to be pretty nice actually today with the fresh snow expected. snow squalls anticipated. the wind picks up later in the day. sunday a high of 2 below.
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better at 18 degrees for president's day. we have wind chill advisories out as well from the cape and islands. it's just going to be cold no matter where you are. depending on where you were we could have temperatures in the single digits and then wind chill values much colder. especially this morning it varies from place to place. 12 boston, 11 worcester, 9 nashua. the highs in the low 20s or upper teens. falling to the low teens and then single digits. we continue to fall below zero in many spots. boston 5 below, worcester 11 below. sunday morning's low of 5 below may reach the record of 3 below set in 1934. monday's low zero. 14 degrees below is record.
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have milder air moving our way monday and tuesday and the mid-week next week. p.m. tonight you see double digit negative temperatures here. below zero in all spots. brutal cold. 25 to 35 degrees sunday. then we'll see wind chill values still below but not valentine's day forecast, 10 degrees for the high temperature under a partly sunny sky. here's that 7-day. we have hope on the way here. 25 on monday. that's going to feel warm to us. then we don't stop there. close to 50 for tuesday. >> 50? did you say 50? >> close to 50. >> appreciate it. hatching a plan to help some farmers. you'll meet a 10-year-old who has launched his own chicken sitting business. for a young north shore
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business. david wade has more. >> keeping chickens in the backyard is grows past time in massachusetts. what do you do if you have to go away? center 10-year-old michael paper and his sister caterina. >> i like chickens because they don't try to hurt you or complain. >> i think that we might be the only kids that be chicken sitting. >> chicken sitting was michael's brainstorm. >> i just thought they were cool. they're happy when you feed them as most things are. >> he was able to pick up a couple of bucks. >> i don't get an allowance. >> last summer a business was, well, hatched. >> i come in the morning and i let them out of the coop. >> first a fall fee michael will make sure your chickens have fresh water and fresh food
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your fresh eggs for you. >> i like all animals. in the same family. >> the kids are turning a profit. >> my mom wants me to save up. that's probably what i'm going to do. >> that was our david wade reporting. to the best of his knowledge michael is the only right now. i hope he pays his sister well too for her help. coming up on wbz this morning, the first female secretary of state is finding herself on the defensive. >> let's check who is celebrating birthdays today. jerry springer turns 72. tim novak 83 and peter gabriel with this iconic song is 66 today.
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eric fisher on wbz news welcome back. a good saturday morning to you. u.s. airlines will bid to have routes to cuba. u.s. carriers will have 15 days to submit applications to the department of transportation. it starts to process of bringing airlines and travelers a step closer to scheduled flights between the two countries for the first time in more than 50 years. the u.s.
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formally sign an agreement to resume flights soon. it is expected to lead to more than 100 daily round trip flights in and out of cuba. madelyn albright said there's a special place in hell for women who doesn't help each other while complaining for hillary clinton. she said the battle for gender equality isn't over yet and electing a female president would help with that cause. pope francis is back in north america and ready to make history. ahead at 6:30, why the pontiff won't be shying away from controversial issues during the visit. >> first, meet the dog who danced her way into a new forever home. >> by the way, here's a look at your winning lottery numbers. hopefully you won and are going
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in boston, this is wbz this morning. good saturday morning to you. hope you're bundled up on the coach. i'm chis mckinnon in for kerry connolly not feeling too well today. >> hopefully she rests up and embraces the warmth of her home and the couch. >> she doesn't want to go outside. >> yeah, you don't want to go outside if you don't have to. make sure you bundle up with no exposed skin. when you're talking about dangerous wind chills like what we have the next 24 hours frostbite can it doesn't take much time here. wind chill warnings go into effect at 4:00 p.m. to noon on sunday actually. wind chill advisory for the cape and islands for the same duration. we expect wind chills 20 and 30 degrees below zero. temperatures in the 20s, teens or single digits. boston. that will be one of the
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to see for quite some time. real feel temperatures in single digits. feeling more like 3 below worcester. feels like anywhere from 15 to 25 degrees below zero. more cold air is on the way for valentine's day. could we be talking about some records? potentially. this won't last too long. when we'll see a warm up on the way in your 7-day forecast. >> thank you. let's check our top story ies now on this saturday morning. as pamela just mentioned that arctic chill is descending on new england right now. experts say anyone spending time out doors should cover all exposed skin, especially the areas that we forget like our nose and ear lobes. the wind chill is expected to drop well below zero in all parts of our area.
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can sit -- hyperthey are yeah can sit in. a manhole hit a milton and killed her. right now major inspections are underway. the six remaining republican candidates square off in the last debate before the south carolina primary. this one may be heated. donald trump wants to stop ted cruz from running trump said he's not eligible to run in canada. trump has threatened to test cruz's candidacy in court. there are new developments in a hit and run in lowell. someone crashed into a teenager on his bike and spread away. police found the car but not the driver. >> there was some broken glass over there, a bunch of people
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>> bike parts were thrown on lauren street in lowell. >> one of the witnesses said the truck crossed over to hit the kid on the bike. >> a 15-year-old boy was riding his bike when he was truck by this white chevy truck. the majority of his bike drug away by the truck. >> officers find the bike on bolt street. at the other end of bolt, the truck. >> shockingly police say the teen was targeted, possibility the result of a verbal fight. >> there might have been a fight between this kid and the occupants of the truck. >> he was air lifted to the hospital with serious injuries. now police are searching for the person or people who did this. >> that teen is listed in
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in lowell, wbz this morning. that school bus driver charged with drunk driving with kids on board and crashing in dudley is now suspended from the job. scott porier pleaded not guilty. his blood alcohol level was three times over the legal limit. he claims he had only taken cough medicine. police say 70-year-old john whitty shot and killed john williams after learns that williams had an affair with his girlfriend. that girlfriend died recently and whitty learned about the affair when he found a love letter in her belongings. a strange accident at logan airport yesterday morning. a re fuelling van was accidentally left in drive and ran into a jet blew plane with passengers on board. no injuries were reported but the plane was taken outs of service. pope francis is in mexico city this morning ready to make history.
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border with mexico and take on some controversial topics including immigration, drugs and violence. adrianna diaz has more on the pope's plan including a mass for some 15,000. >> a band greeted pope francis at mexico city's airport. mexicans used cell phones and flashlights to welcome pope francis. outside the national palace workers made sure everything was perfect for saturday's official welcome ceremony. >> here the visit is all that everyone is talking about. the pope is expected to address drugs, violence and poverty. >> francis will be the first pope to visit the u.s. and mexico border. more than 200,000 people are expected to oscar cantu will be there. >> it was on his request that the sight
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from the border. >> before he arrived in mexico the pope made a quick stop in cuba to meet with the head of the russian orthodox church. they denounced extremist attacks against christians. >> adrianna diaz, cbs news. the state is taking action against the largest craft beer distributor in massachusetts. the said gilbert everett spend some $120,000 kick back to local bars that agreed to carry its beer and kick out the competition. craft brewers said customers will not see any impact from that suspension. a massachusetts college administrator will be the next head of washington and lee university. william dudley will
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virginia college. he's a virginia native who has been at williams since 1998. dudley will take over washington and lee next january. bookstore sales are surprisingly on the rise. the u.s. reported that sales of books at brick and mortar stores rose 2.5% last year. the popularity of e books and the nook and kindle have been hurting the sales of printed books but publishers say there was a decline in e book sales last year. big air and some big bruises to show you. coming up in sports, some of the best moments and the best wipe outs from fenway's big air competition. >> hey, pamela. >> good morning. great video from that event. we have brutal cold descending upon us later today and through tomorrow. maybe one of the coldest valentine's days ever recorded in boston. wind chill values 25
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we'll go through all the numbers coming up in your first. >> weather trivia time. in 1925 author secar was accredited with inventing what? the answer is coming up. so, what moves me? it's the journey. the feeling of doing. it's making choices for a
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good morning, everybody. a month ago the celtics lost tot knicks and they were 19-19. now they are over 500 and you can thank isaiah thomas for a ton of that. he's in toronto to take part in the skills competition and will take pair in the all star game tomorrow. marcus smart got his team on the board. usa the first basket in the game. check out this smart pass from carl anthony. in defense. team usa beat team world 157-154. the bruins had you yesterday off. the team is in minnesota
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against the wild. they might have to play without patrise bersron. he had a fight with wheeler and wheeler fell on him. after that he didn't see much ice time. to the big air event at fenway park. it was just nuts. we'll start the twisting, the turning, the landing. some people not landing but everybody got up and took another turn. no fear. you have to check this out. williams is on a slope and check out the photographer who there goes williams and there goes the photographer. let's look at it from a different point of view. truly remarkable. how does he filming? so impressed with everybody. great job.
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spring training reports begin next thursday. some red sox players are already down there. >> oh, man, yeah, you take great pride in defense because that's going to win the games. hitting wins games but being in the out field with jackie has been great being able to take away a whole bunch of hits and keep the guys off the plates. >> baseball is right around the corner. let's get you to your riddle. what is full of holes but can still hold water? that's sports this morning. >> got a long time to think about this. >> i have no idea. >> it's a sponge because it has holes and it holds water. >> oh, yeah, obvious after the answer comes out. >> right.
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>> some have more holes than others. >> there you go. >> [laughter] we're talk ing about the cold this morning, pamela. >> yeah. i'm asking people how can we describe how cold it's doing to be. take my twitter poll at pamelawbz4. what did you put? >> wicked cold. >> that's the overwhelm ing ing response so far. so you have a few hours to answer that. if you're at home here and you're think about how can i prepare my house and make sure everything is working right, cover exposed pipes, run water at a drip. check carbon monoxide detectors and don't run generators inside the home. it gets dangerous when we talk about temperatures so cold and the ways you heat your home could be dangerous as well. use some common sense here. if you're heading out, if
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conditions make sure your skin is not exposed for a prolonged period of time. make sure the nose is covered, the ears as you said earlier chris. wind chill factors between 20 to 35 degrees below zero will allow for exposed skin to develop frostbite in less than 10 minutes, especially when we're talking about 35 degrees below zero numbers here. wind chill warnings in effect. wind chill advisories in effect. cold in all spots once we get that wind to pick up. that arctic air will slowly start to push in. springfield zero at the time. sitting. it will continue to funnel in from the northwest spreading across. we're hitting of places right now. we'll be day. slowly falling to those
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5 below in boston, 11 below in in world serieser. -- -- 11 below in worcester. winds could gust bringing in that arctic air feel. sunday afternoon the wind subsides just a bit enough so still chilly. sunday for valentine's day if you're heading out on a 10 degrees. late night dinner, it's going to be 4 degrees. bundle up in some layers. it's a holiday weekend not just for valentine's day but president's day on monday. 25 degrees. that's going to be a heat wave compared to today and tomorrow. then check this out, tuesday a you're we have some ups and downs here. brutal cold this weekend to
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the year tuesday and wednesday. plus, we're tracking a storm monday night into tuesday. snow first late monday, changing to a mix, changing to rain. that's a complication right there for us. more information to come. weather trivia time from dave in milford. we always appreciate them. dairy or four author secard, hopefully i said his name right was accredited for coming up with what invention? >> i'm going to go with c. >> it's d, the snow blower. you're 50/50 today. that's good good. >> i feel like the first one was statistical. >> that was a good question though. >> yeah. >> thank goodness for the snow
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>> yeah. a local mother is run ning the marathon committed to her twins. >> when it comes to hope rosa chew wants nobody to give up. >> we already named our children. >> it came true in the form of twin a boy and girl in 2004. in a medical error she went into pre-term labor and had to v an emergency c-section. >> they were both born alive. matthew and caitlin were born. she only got to see matthew one time. he passed a night. 18 days later caitlin pass ed ed in surgery. >> i'll never forget the day leaving empty handed. >> today the couple has been blessed with two healthy children.
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if i were to get a boy and a girl again i would name them where their initials would be a tribute to the twins. >> she will run in the boston marathon. her goal is to raise $10,000. >> the message i want to send to people is not to lose hope. really. that's what the stepping strong fund is about. >> rosa got a stress fracture in her left ankle so most of her training is cardio and weight lifting. she hopes to be back february. she knows it will be a serious challenge but she knows she's not running it for herself. >> i'll be thinking about everyone who helped me in terms of their donations for stepping strong, michael and kristin who will watch me at the finish line above. paul burton wbz news. >> what a power ful ful story.
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the ground because they were so happy to be back on dry land. coming up that mega cruise ship that sailed into a form is ready
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(group chatter) dude, dude, dude. this is bad. i think we're stuck. we're going to have to talk to each other or something. nooo. i don't like this elevator. (group surprised and laughter) how did that feel? was it fun being stuck? i do not like getting stuck! so, the nissan leaf s only gets 84 miles on a charge. but the 2016 chevy volt gets an on a full charge and a full tank of gas. woah!
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we can't say for sure whether passengers will be ready but the coast guard said that
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the seas is seaworthy again. last weekend the ship sailed directly into that massive winter storm with waves 30 feet high. the thousands of passengers on board were confined to their cabins and tossed around like toys. they were so happy to get back on dry land. four people suffered minor injuries and one of the ship's propellers was damaged. the coast guard spent the last two days inspecting the ship from end to end and has given the all clear. the i team special investigation into the opiate 11:00. the story of a recovered addict who talks about how it's devastating people from all walks of life. >> people always said to me, you don't look like a heroin addict and i'm like what does that look like. >> and addict and her story of
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story right hire on wbz. after a disappointing end to love. coming up, how the team is delivering this valentine's stay with us, you're
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(group chatter) dude, dude, dude. this is bad. i think we're stuck. we're going to have to talk to each other or something. nooo. i don't like this elevator. (group surprised and laughter) how did that feel? was it fun being stuck? i do not like getting stuck! so, the nissan leaf s only gets 84 miles on a charge. but the 2016 chevy volt gets an estimated 400 miles or more on a full charge and a full tank of gas. woah!
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if that pats fan in your life needs extra loving the team just released a series of gifs. each feature a different player in action and a sweet saying that goes along with it. my heart spikes for you. there are also photo valentines, even a it is what it is, i love you. that's what bill says. your top stories and an update on your forecast coming up at the top of the hour. stay
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from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. good saturday morning to you. it's 7:00 right now. thank you so much for join ing us this morning. i'm chis mckinnon in for kerry connolly. she has the day off. we are gearing up for the cold out there. if you haven't stepped outside already, well, don't. an arctic chill is on the way and it's bringing dangerously cold temperatures and a biting wind. the wind chill factor is supposed to drop 20 to 30 degrees below zero. they've been running commuter
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idoling over night to keep the engines functioning. a special warning for boat owners. the coast guard said prepare for heavy freezing spray that can cause damage to fishing boats that don't pull in for the winter. the cold is the big story of the weekend. pamela, we have not dealt with anything like this so far. >> no, we haven't. this was this weekend last year -- it was this weekend last year that we were experiencing this cold. 20 to 35 degrees below zero at times. wind chill warnings posted, wind chill advisories. current temperatures in the teens or single digits. 19 degrees in boston, 17 degrees taunton. it gets worse from here. temperatures will decrease this afternoon in your hour by hour forecast. maybe a passing flurry on the outer cape or the southeast.
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sunny with some chilly temperatures. your real feel forecast getting worse. temperatures the real feel fall to between 20 and 35 degrees below zero. tracking the potential for some record lows for valentine's day as well. we'll go through those numbers and let you know when we'll see a warm up soon in your 7-day forecast. >> can't wait for that warm up. thank you very much. here's a reminder, stay up to date on the cold and any storms. get your current condition, local forecasts and any weather alerts. the app is free. work crews are finishing up inspections of manhole covers on 93. they've been out all night long and when they're done mass dot will decide whether to expand the inspections. they result of a tragic accident that happened yesterday. a teacher
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came loose near the o'neill tunnel. katy brace begins our team coverage on how this tragedy happened. >> inspectors fanned out across the state highways in boston making sure all manholes were secured. >> they look scary in the middle of the road. just beyond that the ambulance was just coming there. >> terry granahan was driving on 93 south and came up shortly just before the accident. >> it didn't take long to put two and two together that it was the manhole cover. >> it came loose and went through this car. the car came to a stop along the barrier driver caitlin clavette was killed. >> what an incredible tragedy for that woman and her family. what an incredibly random tragedy. >> state transportation crews checked more than 500 manhole covers and greats on the state highway system. the boston
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the tunnel exit. >> my understanding is this is an incredibly infrequent event. >> our i team has learned in 2007 five accidents involving manhole covers and storm grates occurred in less than a week. this accident on 128 was one on them. since then the state inspects manhole covers every 2 years. the one that came loose friday morning was last inspected in june of 2014. >> it's a terrible tragedy. >> the results are expect ed later today. depending on what crews found inspections could go to other highways outside the city of boston. katy brace, wbz this morning. >> caitlin clavette was on her way to work for milton elementary school. it will be open at 11:00 this morning for parents who need guidance to talk to their students about the brief.
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somebody that young and full of life to have that kind of accident. it's not fair. >> she shared her love of art teaching elementary schools in milton. >> she had a passion for teaching art. you can tell she enjoyed it. >> she was always in a positive mood. >> outside of work she loved to compete. she spent hours training with her wheel working multisport teammates and they loved her as if she was family. this woman was just a good spirit. i mean, there are no words to describe how nice and kind she was. >> it's an awful shame and it's going to take me a while to comprehend it. this is just one of the worse things that can happen to such an amazing person.
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work friday when a manhole if cover hit her car on 93 south. she died instantly. >> i saw the picture of the accident first and, you know, i said, god, that's horrible luck. then i found out that it was her. some things just don't make sense. we'll really miss her. >> one of caitlin's friends said she drove him to the airport when the city was in lock down mode following the marathon bombings because nobody else would. in milton, julie loncich, wbz this morning. >> stay with wbz as we learn we will bring you the latest as we get it. boston police said they had no choice but to shoot a man who refused to drop his gun. it was a chaotic scene in dorchester. officers got a call about a gunfight and arrived to find a man armed and carrying his friend who was shot in the leg.
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his gun down but he threatened the officers instead. >> nobody likes to take a life but if you're going to point your gun at the officers we're going to protect ourselves. >> two other men are hospitalized, four police officers were taken to the hospital for stress. some big developments in campaign 2016 on the republican side. one candidate now threatening to sue another. donald trump argued ted cruz is not eligible to become president because he was born in canada. now, trump is threatening to take that claim to court unless cruz drops the negative ads his campaign is running. the two are in a fight race in south carolina with just one week to go before the state's republican primary. you can expect some fireworks tonight when the six remains gop candidates hold their debate. you can watch it at 9:00 on wbz. after that
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and analysis on the wbz news at 11:00. the pope beginning a historic visit to mexico. ahead on wbz this morning, how the pope is getting into the spirit of the trip. >> first, a week of fun for kids around parents. you don't
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welcome back. it's the culture gem of the north shore, the pbs museum that's been celebrating the arts since opening in 1979. over the past 20 years the museum is one of the nation's fastest growing. its mission not only highlights great artists but their creativity. joining us is juliette frich. let's talk about this culture celebration that we have going on today. >> good morning, chris. thank you so much for in viting me here. today is one of our busiest days of the year. we're celebrating lunar new year. we're expecting around 2,000 people.
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we have been doing for over a decade. we're really excited to welcome back gooden clock, an old female lion dance troupe from boston, the only only female lion dance team in the u.s.. they are bringing their lion club troop who are 6 to 9. there are loads of other things to do. lots of performance, lots of art making, lots of audience participation. it's one of our biggest days of the year. >> this is school vacation week coming up too so a lot of people don't realize this is a special place that we have right here on the north shore of massachusetts. talk about why this night be a thing for parents to look at to come up and visit you guys. >> right. one of the gems of the museum is our art and nature center. it's a full on family-friendly hands on center. we currently have an exhibition called sizing it up, art and scale and nature.
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a week celebrating that. zooming in on scale. all week there's many different activities you can do. playing with this idea of how you can look at nature and make interesting art from it. we will be showing the film alice and wonderland, for example. we are making figures. there's a different thing to do every day. we're really expecting lots of people to come in and get out of the cold and, get out of the house. >> you have a special event coming up on thursday as well, which is perfect right in the middle of the week. talk about this event. >> this is for adult time if you want to get away from school vacation week. >> that's nice. >> it's thursday even ing ing from 6:00 until 9:00. it's our third -- we're open the third thursday of every month. this month it's called activate. we're
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that's all about contemporary native fashion design. we're really excited that we're welcoming this amazing dance -- i'm sorry, dj troop called -- anyway, they're an amazing dj troop that has been all over europe. they do what they call electronic pow wow. >> in would be an event for out. >> right. they have been blowing up all over berlin, london and europe. we're excited to welcome them to salem. >> this sounds fun. talk to me about if people want to get more information where do they go? >> go straight to our website, pem.org. >> julia, thank you so much for coming in this early and very cold saturday morning. we appreciate it. hopefully you'll go out and have some fun with them this week.
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it seemed like frozen queen elsa used an icy spell on a philadelphia neighborhood. home in home in cased in case. the cold weather shot a water main to burst and that shot water up into the air. within an hour
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>> it will and in your pipes in your home too. make sure you have a trickle of water. >> if you have an undersink cabinet and don't have kids or pets to open that up so the heat gets in. >> good idea. >> we're always think ing ing on wbz. >> you have to take the precautions because we're talking about record-breaking cold for valentine's day. just in time to snuggle up with your honey bun. a frigid weekend here straight from the arctic. someone tweeted to me and said an arctic express moving in. maybe the coldest valentine's day on record for boston, potentially for worcester as well. below zero sunday morning. boston, worcester near record colds too. the low maximum, something like that -- it's confusing. dangerous wind chills 15 to 35 degrees below for saturday night into sunday morning. here's the deal, the
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forecast here. president's day on monday will be the mildest day of the next three days. today's high 18 degrees, becoming windy. sunday 10 feels more like between 20 and 30 frigid, brutal conditions. sub zero temperatures starting the day on monday we rebound up to 25 degrees. we have wind chill warnings in effect for this afternoon through sunday dangerously cold wind chills. a wind chill advisory also on the no matter what you have it's going to be cold in all spots. temperatures in the teens or single digits right now. nashua 9, 19 boston, 0 springfield. that arctic air mass is just to our north and west. temperatures will actually continue to fall this afternoon. we've already peaked with some 20s and teens. we'll continue to fall through this evening.
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degrees below in worcester. real feel forecast on saturday between 20 and 30 degrees below zero. on the cape and islands we get brutal cold. 8:00 a.m. sunday make sure the car has enough time to heat up before service or if you're walking have plenty of layers on and cover any skin that might be exposed. 3:00 p.m. sunday the wind subsides enough so it's not quite as bad for any warnings or advisories out. satellite and radar picture, we have a few flurries developing just outside of boston and also on the cape and islands. this could put down maybe a quick coating. we have the potential for an isolated flurry over night tonight into tomorrow morning. keep in mind that we will actually -- oh, my graphics freaked out. it's so cold my
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right now. let's go back to the 7-day forecast. we have brutal cold for this weekend. monday a high of 25 degrees. back into the 40s for tuesday and wednesday. and check this out. here's the 7-day. >> there we go. >> how about that, everybody . >> i needed to see that, pamela. >> i know. i was so excite today show you. the computer was angry. >> i've been complaining about the cold so morning long and i'm so ready for spring. >> there you go. a taste of spring. >> i'll take 25 over 18 and 10 that's for sure. thank you very much. pope francis is in mexico city this morning and prepared for his trip by trying on some new head gear. take a look at that. the pope placed a huge sombero on his pope cap. he will talk about immigration,
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to restrain is man who jumped in front of the pope's motorcade. the pope mobile slowed down to avoid hitting the man before resuming at normal speed. nobody was injured. the pope will be in mexico for a 5-day visit. the book is making a come back. ahead on wbz this morning, forget the kindle and the e books, sales at old fashioned bookstores are on the rise. we'll tell you about it when we come back. you're
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listen to this, bookstore seams are surprisingly on the rise. the u.s. census bureau reports that sales of book at brick and mortar stores rose 2.5% last year. it's the first increase year over year since 2007. the popularity have been hurting the sales of printed books but publishers say there was a decline in e book sales last year. with valentine's day coming up tomorrow the phantom gourmet takes us to some local ries. >> liquid art house is a stunning space that's part upscale restaurant, part congress
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>> i wanted it to be part of the art instead of something sterile. i thought what i was passionate about and here we are at liquid art house. >> cafe fore has a dazzling display of over a hundred treats at the chocolate bar. >> we do it every saturday september through june. we try to make everything the best that we can and over the top and we want their eyes to light up when they come through the room. >> if you have a tough time getting a restaurant reservation for valentine's day you can still get tickets to the boston wine expo happening this weekend at the c-port world trade center. for more food and fun watch the phantom gourmet. much more to come in cluding a check on our freezing forecast
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from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. good morning to you. 7:30 on saturday, february 13th. valentine's day eve. >> yeah. the big holiday is tomorrow. >> it is. you better bet your love ed d one something out there. >> yeah, you're running out of time. i'm chis mckinnon in for kerry connolly this morning. we want to start with the brutal cold this morning. it's just going to be un comfortable these next couple of days. prepare yourself now. what we're experiencing outside is nothing compared to what we'll have later today. it gets so bad and so cold with the wind chills factored in. 20 to 35 degrees below zero.
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warnings in place. at 4:00 p.m. tonight through noon on sunday we have those warnings. temperatures running in the teens or single digits. 19 in boston. here's the over all look for president's weekend here. saturday 18 degrees for this afternoon, welcoming windy and the wind chill values from 20 to 35 degrees below zero will be in place tonight into sunday. sunday's high only 10 degrees. frigid for valentine's day. at least we'll have sunshine. milder once we get to president's day on monday, 25 degrees. a chance for a snow shower late. some good news on the way though. this cold snap doesn't last too long. when we'll see some 40s coming up in your 7-day. >> thank you very much. checking on our top story -- stories. a teacher has been kill ed after a manhole cover crashed through her windshield.
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clavette was a teacher at milton. milton emergency inspections are now underway. the gop candidates are scaring off tonight. donald trump wants to top ted cruz from running negative ads about him. he said his ineligible to run for president since he was born in canada. developments in a hit an run in lowell. a car crashed into a 15 year old and spread away. >> i saw some broken glass, a bunch of people, cops standing around. >> bike parts were strewn on lowell street, what police call an intentional hit and run.
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boy on the bike. >> a 15-year-old was riding his bike here when he was struck by this white chevy truck >> officers in the area found the bike at the end of bolt street. at the other end of bolt street they found the truck. teen was targeted. >> there was information that there might have been a conversation prior to this. >> he was air lifted to the hospital in serious injuries. now police are searching for the people or person who did this. >> that teen is listed in serious but stable condition. in lowell wbz this morning. a judge has re leased the name of the 12 jurors who
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there were 7 they resided as north as cape ann and as south as cap cod and as west as marl borrow borough. thu this morning, form er er new england patriot aaron hernandez alexander bradley claims hernandez shot him in the eye after they argued at a nightclub in florida in february of 2013. bradley's attorneys said the matter has been settled but no further details were released. bradley was with hernandez when hernandez killed two people in boston's south end. bradley has been granted immunity on those murder charges. the school bus driver charged with driving drunk with kids on board and crashing in dudley is suspended from the job. scott porier has pleaded
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police say his blood alcohol level was more than four times the legal limit. porier claims hi had only take cough medicine. a love triangle is now blamed for a murder. john whitty learned that john williams had an affair with his girlfriend. a massachusetts institution is being called into help in a sea tragedy. ahead on wbz, the mystery of el faro. stay where us. -- stay with us. blah p
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the coast guard said the anthem of the seas is seaworthy again and ready to set sail this morning. last weekend it sailed directly into a massive storm with hurricane force winds and waves 30 feet high. the thousands of passengers on boards were tossed around like toys. four people suffered minor injuries. one of the ships propellers was damaged 678 the coast guard spent the last two days expecting the ship from stem to stern and has given the people were very happy to get back on dry land. a robot build by the ocean graphic institute will be used do search for the data recorder from the el faro.
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can produce high quality maps of the ocean floor. the data recorder could explain why the tanker sank killing 33 crew members. if you're a fan of the god father we have an auction item you might be interested. the drafts of the novel and screen play are on the auction block. make them an offer they can't refuse. you're going to have to have some deep pockets for sure. this stuff is expected to fetch at least $400,000. the manuscripts include some tweaks to movie quotes and leaders saying marlon branlow should play the lead part. big air. coming up, the
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definitely a weekend for daredevils at fenway park this weekend. the skiers hit the slopes at the big air event. this is not a sport for the meek. check it out. mckra williams is on the slope s but check out the photographer who is actually behind him following him down the jump. there goes williams. his photographer
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take a look at that. >> that's insane. >> they are try ing ing to ski down and hold the camera steady. >> did he land or did he fall? >> he lands. it's 140 feet high snow ramp right in fenway park. there's been some awesome, awesome, awesome pictures of the skiers and snow borders doing their tricks in the air right in front of the citgo sign. a good weekend for snow sports at fenway park. >> sure as long as you're bundled up without any exposed skin. you'll be okay. dangerously cold wind chills the then we have some warmer air on the way. when we'll see temperatures close to 50 coming up in that 7-day in just a minute. cold weather reminders, just some friendly re minders for you here. use some logic. it's cold, cover up wear the coat, gloves and scarfs. check your tire pressure too, car battery.
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cars might have a tough time in this weather. don't forget about your pets. if it's cold to you even though they have the fur coats on it's still cold when you take them out for a walk. my dog is going to hate it but i have the booties for him. he freaks out and stays still. the wind chill will be an issue. 20 to 35 degrees below. wind chill warnings are posted from 4:00 p.m. tonight to noon on sunday. temperatures r running in the teens -- runing in the teens and single digits. maybe the potential for a passing flurry. over night we bottom out. below zero, 5 degrees below in boston, 11 degrees below in worcester.
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feels worse when you factor in the wind. at 11 p.m. tonight the real feel between 20 and 30 degrees below zero. the wind gusting between 30 and 35 miles per hour. sustained winds still bad between 10 and 20 miles per hour resulting in a real feel forecast sunday morning between 20 and 30 degrees below zero. by 3:00 p.m. on sunday the wind subsides a bit. it's still going to be cold but not criteria for a warning. worcester and boston for valentine's day we'll take a look at the records here for the record low maximum. 7 degrees in worcester for going for a forecast of 6. same in boston, a record of 10 degrees in the forecast. those low temperatures starting off with 11 below in worcester, might tie that one. boston has a good shot at that record but we'll see because that sensor is right at logan airport with the ocean that could effect some records.
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to keep in mind that we have the chance for a few flurries, especially on the cape and islands late tonight and tomorrow. the outer cape primarily. maybe a quick dusting of snow. the rest of us dry and just dealing with the cold. monday 25. we finally get really warm all the sudden tuesday to 48 degrees. this system moving in is interesting. we start with snow and then a wintery mix and then rain falling. heavy showers at times wednesday, 44 and still not too bad for the end of the week. >> if you say so. >> i say so. the i team's special investigation into the opiate crisis continues tonight at 11:00. we'll have a story of a recovered addict from a -- from background. >> people say you don't look like an addict.
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the i team continues this exclusive series right here on wbz. how would bill belichick say i love you? we'd love to hear that. the patriots have special valentine's for you. >> coming up on centro, one of the most powerful latino groups in boston has a very good reason to celebrate. details when we come back. stay with us. for -- stay with us.
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good morning, everybody. welcome to centro. on saturday, february 27th dominicans in boston, massachusetts and all over the world will be celebrating the 172nd anniversary of the dominican republic's independence. today we want to tell you events that's taking place at a local level. to give us all the details with us is juan valerio whose mission is to preserve art and tradition. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> this is like your yearly visit, juan. >> of course.
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without you and i. >> talking about dominican republic independence. >> yeah. it's a privilege and honor for me to be here with you and share what we have with the dominican community and the boston population in general. >> yes. i understand. now that you mentioned general, juan, i want to highlight the fact that this year the celebration is going to be very different because in past years you've always celebrated dominican independence and that's it. this year you are including other countries. that's great news. >> of course. we think that we are not only dominican latinos in boston, there's so many latino populations in countries with the same similar cultures and centers that we are proud to be part of that also. they are
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>> now that you said that, juan, every year i go, i can't miss it. this year is specifically important. i never miss it. i notice that there are a lot of dominicans but a lot of people from other countries that are married to dominicans. is this the main reason why you decided to include these different countries? >> of course. this is one of the reason s that we include ed -- included more countries is because we wanted to show boston our diversity. the dominican people are very open to other cultures and other ancestors. it's very, very much enriches the culture. the general popular of boston comes and celebrates with us. >> enjoy it with us. i understand that we're very
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flag colors are very similar, correct? >> yes. >> what other similarities do we have? >> you know, the latino america or hispanic america cultures come from spain and then we have some similarity with the fork lore music, food. >> for many, many thing we can integrate to the whole group. >> that's very good news for our viewers and everybody that's watching that's latino. there's a lot of american people there, people from all over the world. >> there's many anglos who are married to dominicans. >> yes. they love the food and they love to just go out there and dance.
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very great. when you are in the e vent the music engages you to get out and dance. when you see the food you say, wow. even if i had dinner i have to try it. it's so attached not only to the life but to the appetite. >> exactly. let's give people a little bit of information. so on friday, the 26th at noontime in front of city hall plaza. we've been looking at pictures, juan, of the flag raising. this is a special moment every year. this is friday the 26th. on saturday, the 27th, that's the big day. that's what we've been talking about, the big gala event. how much are the tickets? >> gala dinner, many events,
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with knives, everything is $50. >> that's excellent. >> that also includes the chance to meet nice people like you. >> thank you so much, juan. i do want to highlight before we go, we're running out of time, is the fact that i will be there. every year i'm there but this year i'm going to be the mc. i'm very happy to be chosen. >> we are very proud that you are going to be the master of the ceremony. >> thank you. thank you. for me it's an honor to be there and to be your mc this year. definitely i want to invite our viewers to come and join us. >> of course. >> it's the 27th 678 -- 27th. if they want to join us the flag raising is the 26th. >> yes. >> thank you for join ing us. >> thank you. i'm very happy and honor ed ed to be here. >> for more information on the different events to celebrate dominican independence day in boston call the number on your
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their website and their social media pages visiting us online at cbsboston.com/centro. like every week we want you to connect with us online. follow us on facebook and twitter. step forward to a better you. see you next time. tomorrow is valentine's day. pamela, you need extra love from the patriots? they have a bunch of gifs out there. >> that's a good idea. bundle up for valentine's day. >> thank you so much for joining us this morning. talk
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