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plus no interest for 48 months. hurry, ends monday. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, wbz now is at noon starts right now. >> we are telling you exactly what he was doing and never shown remorse and he we will never forgive. >> i am a heart broken father pleading with judge for a maximum sentence for his daughter's killer. you are looking live at court which resumed colleen ritz are's family. >> court resumed in session we are going to keep an eye on this as soon as the judge comes out.
speak about colleen and the beloved danvers math teacher and the judge is considering the sentence. nicole jacobs is live. a very emotional day in court this morning. >> reporter: incredibly emotional day in court chris and kathryn. the court heard from 9 people who knew and loved colleen ritzer the last four her parents and her two siblings. all of them talking about their love they have for colleen ritzer and also their push for the maximum penalty for her killer. they spoke fondly of her out of love and the joy she brought them. >> colleen truly was daddy's little girl. >> reporter: she was their friend and cousin and sister and daughter wearing pink and solidarity was her favorite color and she shared memories special pictures and the pain her death caused. >> you don't know pain if you-- until you are forced to watch
>> reporter: but the same philip chism emotional lin stoic and the family took note. >> you took the wrong fallly to mess with. >> colleen will always have more courage than the coward that did this to her. >> reporter: but today they saywas about colleen who she was to them and reflecting on all the little things like the jar of notes colleen would leave daily and sadly the moments they would never share. >> i will never wall her down the aisle at her wedding. >> i will never see her in wedding dress. i will never see her walk down the church highly we talked about before or aftermath. >> reporter: a push for the maximum for the kill eater onewho took so much -- killer, the one who took so much. >> i don't ask for sympathy or sorrow put the animal behind bars for the maximum sentence and do not give the coward the opportunity to shout-- [audio not understandable] >> reporter: and you are looking live inside the
attorneys make one final plea for this sentencing. i can tell you chism was a goff nile at the time of the crime and because of that -- juvenile at the time of the crime and because of that is eligible for parole and the question is when. the prosecution is asking for it to come after 50 years and defense is asking for 26. of course, the judge set to hand down his final and official sentence either today or tomorrow. of course we will continue to keep very close tabs on that final decision. chris kathryn. >> thanks very much. we will bring you the decision on the sentence from the judge as soon as it comes down live here on wbz. we are following more breaking news for you this noontime. skyeye was over the scene of a deadly car crash on route 195. two lanes are closed on westbound side of the highway and police investigate. traffic is getting by in the left lane. also breaking right now, skyeye
trailer. you can see the trackor trailer ended up on a gas station's property there. this is happening at the intersection of turnpike and foundry. crash. rush to the rescue following a wild crash. an suv slams into a west bridgewater home trapping the driver underneath. underway. susie sometimeel is live in there. >> reporter: very scary scene as you can see behind me we have confirmed this man's car hit a tree. he was eject from the car which essentially rolled over him before slamming into the house which you can see they are working on right now. police are telling us they are investigating speed as a possible factor and whether this man was on his phone at the time of the crash. firemen raised -- raced to the the scene to find a man pind undernote a car -- pinned underneath the car at first it
driver had been thrown from his soak and got stuck poe neath it. >> they used air bags to lift the vehicle off him to get him to remove him underneath the car. >> reporter: john heard the call at work and works for the town and worried his mom had been injured. >> she was in her bedroom in the back, so, it is naturally it scared her. to be awoken that way. >> reporter: only driver was hurt tire marks show where he swerved and hit a tree and crashed into the home on matfield street. as work crews tear down the damage the place locks like a set in plea-- looks like a set in play the home exposed the way it was not supposed to for family members it's jarring. >> it struck my heart my mother- in-law lives there and it's scarry. >> reporter: megan says her mother-in-law worried about the fast moving traffic here. >> i think people take the corner too fast so, it's a lesson learned. >> reporter: the destruction is
they say they can move on quickly knowing what's most important is intact. >> a little crazy but she is okay and that's the big thing. >> reporter: the driver does have a lengthy criminal history and police say they are charges here but first they need to make shower the man is no longer a patient. when he was med flighted to hospital he did have major arm injuries. talking. which are good signs for his recovery. live in west bridgewater susie steimle. >> thank you. turning our attention to the weather. a roller coaster ride from mild temperatures to chilly and back again. temperatures just about all over the place. we are in for a nice weekend. >> yeah we want to check with pamela gardner. the sun is shining but it's kind of a trick on you when you step outside. >> very deceiving for sure. temperatures running colder compared to say yesterday. 39 in boston now. 40 in taunton and these will be
temperatures for the afternoon. 30 degrees in keene and 31 for our friends in worcester. the wind making things uncomfortable with the wind gusting between 30 and 40 miles per hour in lot of locations. 33-mile-per-hour gusts in boston coming from the west. you combine that with the actual temperatures and your real feel temps are in the sos and 20s. feeling more like -- 10s and20s. we are going to keep the wind around for the rest of the the day. temperatures right around 40 degrees and much colder he than the last -- colder than the last couple days but good news for the weekend we will turn voightly warmer sunday 52 many coming up in the 7-day forecast-- turning slightly warmer. sunday 52. coming up in the 7-day forecast. officers say this man used a 12 inch kitchen knife to rob the attacks happened in the middle of the day of the both
approached from behind. bess 5 foot 7 missing teeth and believed to be homeless. now a developing story in kansas. authorities named the man behind the deadly rampage that left three people dead and 1 others-- 14 others others hurt. cedric ford waser is afd resustaining order two hours before starting the attack. manuel bojorquez reports. >> reporter: police in kansas say cedric ford was served with a protection from abuse order in the factory where he worked 90 minutes before he he opened fire. -- before he opened fire. >> he didn't display anything outrageous he just displayed he was upset he was getting this order. >> reporter: ford who had a criminal record left work after getting the order. car. hitting someone in a vehicle. he then shot another driver and stole their car before heading back to the excel plant. >> shooter excel industries.
in the parking lot and another 14 in the building before an officer gunned him down. the unidentified officer is called a hero. >> he had to stop that threat. you have 2 or 300 people in there and luckily 2 or 300 came out. >> reporter: relatives rush to the factory after hearing about the shooting. >> oh. >> reporter: one couple was reunited as cameras were rolling. police say ford was armed with an assault rifle and an automatic handgun. investigators are trying to figure out how a suspect with a criminal record was able to get those weapons. manuel bojorquez. >> the gloves came off in 2016 and name calling and finger pointing in heated final republican debate the target front-runner donald trump weija jiang reports. >> other than that. >> reporter: senators rubio and
attacks against g-op presidential front-runner donald trum during a debate on c -- trump during a debate on cn. >> in this guy inherited 200 million if he he hasn't you know where whoa be selling watches in manhattan. >> reporter: trump's opponents are scrambling for support ahead of super tuesday. cruz holds himself as the best to beat hillary clinton but trump fired back knows talking about the polls. i am beating him badly in the polls. >> but you are not beating hillary. >> then if i can't beat her you really going to get killed aren't you? >> reporter: rubio picked up where he left off at the debate with an appearance on cbs this morning. >> i am asking everyone watching if you are republican and don't want your party taken over by a conartist like donald trmp unite behind us. >> reporter: trump hammered rubio on twitter calling him a light wake cheerng mr. meltdown in one tweet -- wake choker and mr. melt down in one tweet.
win the south carolina primary easily. she danced on stage with charlie wilson during a campaign stop last night before stomping in georgia and south targeting minority voters. and vote on saturday. >> reporter: bernie sanders meets supporters in minnesota before heading to the palmetto state for the next big race. weija jiang cbs news the white house. >> after saturday's south carolina primary it's onto super tuesday. we have got you covered with the special on my tv38 starting at 8. and at 10, cbs news has a prime time special right here on wbz and we will wrap 11. a maynard firefighter is due in court to face child rape charges. james macgillivary is a 30 year man on force. he was arrested yesterday and has been on administrative leave since earlier this month investigation. whitey bulger is reportedly
a coirding to the boston globe prison guards caught him in a lewd act in his cell. medicated powder. 85-year-old gangster was put in sol tarry confinement for a month and lost e-mail privileges. a passionate plea to save garden. children's wants to build a overcrowded. after studying options they say the only feasible way to expand there. the build would go include several outdoor guarding faces but former he patient families and doctors and nurses says the original should be reserved. elight bees richter remembers was happy. >> we remember david with joy and we -- elizabeth richter remembers it as a place her dying brother was happy.
joy coming up, pothole problems. why a neighbor out to make things better is being told by his town to back off. >> and up in flames, the historic newport rhode island neighborhood rocked by fire. >> and later this half-hour, back to where it began. the one thing that put the beatles on the music scene and how it could be yours. >> we are following breaking news this noon. here's a live look inside the salem courtroom where a judge is hearing the final arguments before isn'tencing philip chism for the murder of his teacher colleen ritzer. we will bring outsentencing when it happens.
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are trying to figure out how it a millbury man in trouble after taking a public works job into his own hands. >> thomas perry says he fixed a pothole around a manhole cover on north main street but town officials are not happy with perry's fix. he works for a company that sells materials to patch holes in the road and the town manager says he thinks perry is trying to sell the product. it's not surprise-- >> it's not surprising the potholes are popping up. last couple days. looking like it's going to be one of the warmest on record for us. >> okay. >> which is fine by me. deceiving sunshine out there. we are starting off chilly compared to say yesterday. and it's still breezy out there. wind coming from the the west northwest a that's what's giving us the colder airflow and drier conditions too.
beautiful only a couple clouds in the sky. plenty of sunshine though and speaking of the mildest winters 37.2 degrees so far from december to january to february in boston. and this is second place potentially at this point. we still have a couple more days to go but so far looks like the number one spot should stay in tack 2001 and 2002 by just less than a degree. current temperatures in the 30s and low 40s. 40 taunton 49 in boston. worcester to 31 and it's really cold compared to yesterday. 24 hour difference 16 degrees colder in boston 24 degrees colder in worcester and 29 colder in keene. the wind factor gusts tweep 30 and 40 miles per hour andn lot of spots. once you get along the coast, a little lesser of a gusty wind but still, a factor enough to make it feel colder than what it is out there. feels like 28 in boston and 18 in worcester and 19 in keene.
sure to have the heavy winter code can he as you -- coat as you head out but the sunglasses a few passing clouds will progress through the afternoon otherwise temperatures reaching their peak around 40. winds stay strong from the north. lows tonight back into the teens and 20s and a little icy start to the day for saturday. but rebounding nicely with 40s. saturday night, not as cold. 32 degrees. looking ahead to sunday, awesome. 52 some clouds to the north and otherwise much milder. and it looks like the milder temps will be here for the long- term forecast as well will colder air stays well to the north of us. high pressure in control throughout the weekend. mild temperatures with a southwesterly airflow ahead of our next system that will push in. and looks like on monday. this system bringing with it a few chances for rain and even slightly cooler temperatures after it passes by monday into tuesday but still not bad with the cool down. here's breakdown with the 7- day.
as well and sunday 52 and 55 monday and a few isolated showers as the cold front passes by and tuesday 48 with 50s and more 40s for midweek. how about that? >> thank you. today more than 56,000 even recalled. kin can loosen the harness in a crash. facing boosters so far no injuries have been reported and even-flo will set send a kit to fix the problem. we follow breaking news in the salem courtroom as a judge gets rae ready to sentence philip chism for the murder of his teacher. watch the proceedings on cbs boston.com and click on our hive stream there. -- live stream there. still ahead a. wild police chase. >> a creature taking authorities on an adventure
and ranchers went lend heed a helping hand to capture juliette. >> the call came out the unicorn was in custody and i think as tense as the situation was that was the comedic relief and i laughed and cried. and i thank god. >> juliette was in custody and owners. >> imagine making the call to the chopper unicorn on the loose. unicorn. okay. still ahead, this he were the music of a generation -- they were the music of the generation. >> own museic that brought thebeatles into the limelight. >> time to look at weather watcher reports. temperatures running in the 30s and 40s. a little cooler compared to say yesterday. jack from lexington has 37 degrees arnold from hanover 43 degrees and if you want to be a weather watcher we love to hear from you sign up at cbs
you can watch the sentencing live right on the website which is cbs boston.com. >> it's a shall -- it's a record that started a revolution and can be yours. beatles very first press record which helped them get a record contract is hitting the auction block. it has hello, little girl on one side and until there was you on the other and is expected tosell for more than $14,000. >> that's a lot of money. >> you got it. >> for vinyl. let's check the forecast for the weekend. >> beautiful out there. although it's the deceiving sunshine. we have the sun but the wind is very strong and it's making it feel colder than the actual temperatures. we are hitting highs right now this afternoon in the upper 30s and low 40s for sun. saturday 40 degrees as well. seasonable sun 52. we warm up nicely and end of the weekend still looking dry. monday next chance for rain and then we stay pretty consistentlymild. >> all right. >> thanks very much. that's it for us today at noon. join us for the next newscast
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eric fisher on wbz news >> jack: i missed you at home last night. >> phyllis: yeah, it was weird for me, too. being here alone. i needed the time. >> jack: you gonna need much more time? >> phyllis: you hurt me. >> jack: i know that. and you know i' m sorry. i was just hoping that... >> phyllis: that i' m over it by now? >> jack: that maybe we could talk about it. >> phyllis: go ahead. talk. >> jack: i apologize. i apologize for breaking your