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coming in like a lamb but maybe out like a lion. >> you can't do that. you're not supposed to do that . that's why we have that saying. >> or in like a lion, out like a lamb. this year it will be in like a lamb. >> got it. >> cold start to the day out there. if you're heading out to walk the dog bundle up. we have teens and 20s. boston 21 degrees, worcester 15. it feels colder than what it is out there because we have a light breeze feeling providence. we will keep a wind the wind direction does change coming from the southwest later today. as a result that combined with the sunshine will help to warm day. then we'll actually top off in the low 40s briefly before we fall back to the upper 40s by 5:00 p.m. we keep it dry
warm day on the when. when we could hit 50s in your 7-day forecast coming up. >> thank you. unacceptable. philip chism will be eligible for parole after raping and murdering colleen ritzer. >> i miss her friendship. >> split between memories oh -- of a bright young woman and anger to the teenager convicted of strangling, stabing and raping her when he was 14. >> put this animal behind bars. do not give him the opportunity to shatter another family's lives. >> family had one last opportunity to appeal to a judge before he sentenced philip chism to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years.
>> we'll never win. >> ritzer's mother broke into tears as she shared personal reflections from her daughter's memory jar. >> october 21st, chocolate cream pie. >> then begged. >> he's pure evil. >> at a news conference after the hearing colleen's parents condemned a massachusetts supreme court ruling on juvenile offenders that insured his parole. >> this is cruel and unusual ones. >> we will be forced to attend parole hearings in 38 years. >> a different kind of pain for chism's mother. she left without a word. her 17-year-old son not able to seek parole until age 54. >> chism was sentenced to life
of parole after 40 years and the possibility of parole every 5 years after that. >> before the sentencing philip chism's mother said there's no one that's suffered more than the ritzer family. my prayers and respect is with them today as they continue their journey to heal. in honor of colleen ritzer her family established a come scholarship fund for students majoring in education. we posted that information on our website, cbsboston.com. time now for campaign 2016. the last minute push for voters, the democratic primary is today in south carolina. hillary clinton has a big lead over bernie sanders didn't spend as much he's banking on super tuesday with more than 1,000 democratic delegates up for grabs.
states that will be voting on super tuesday. a new poll has hillary clinton beating bernie sanders 49% to 44%. on the republican side donald trump has a commanding lead here in massachusetts with more votes than marco rubio and john kasich combined. trump's campaign is getting a new look from a former rival. chris christie who dropped out of the race is new throwing his support behind page. >> i endorse donald trump for president of the united states. >> just hours after surviving the republican debate donald trump got some power house party support. a stronger, tougher executive in this is the guy that can do it. >> the endorsement of new jersey governor chris christie who just quit the race is a
>> being embraced by chris christie helps trump to tamp down on whatever kind of fire might have been started by rubio and cruz. >> rival ted cruz looked blind sided by the endorsement in tennessee. >> this decision is going to be made by the voters on super tuesday. what we're dealing with here, my friend is a con artist. >> christie's move only put marco rubio in total attack mode. >> you have a con artist who is in a mask. conservatives need to know who is about to take over. >> i'm not disappointed by surprised. >> having endorsed chris christie, charlie baker said he will not back trump.
haven't even started yet on her. ted cruz cannot beat her. >> remember wbz is your station for super tuesday results. our coverage starts at 8:00 on my tv 38 and then stay with us for a cbs news special on wbz at 10:00 followed by the news at 11:00. we're learning more about a motive in a deadly workplace shooting in kansas. 38-year-old cedric ford had just been ordered to stay away from his girlfriend. he shot himself after he shot and killed three people. he wounded 14 more. one killed was bryan sedasky. >> we raised a little boy to be quite a man that cared for people. that's about all. if i could trade places with him i would. i really would. >> kansas police are commending
the plant, confronted ford and killed him. they said at had he -- they said had he nod risked his life more people could have been dead. i heard a big crash and then opened my bedroom door and heard footsteps and i said hello and heard footsteps run. i just went into my bedroom. i have a child across the hall and one in my bedroom. >> police say 33-year-old keith babcock broke in through the rear sliding door of the home in newburyport on wednesday. he only took off with a package from her back porch. a neighbor took down the license plate of the suspect's car as it drove away. a driver will face charges after crashing into a home in bridge water.
thrown out of his car and pinned underneath it while the suv kept going and slammed into a home. civil rights groups are asking for an investigation at boston latin. it's signed by groups including the local branches of the naacp and aclu. mayor walsh said he believes the school is committed to making sure all students feel welcome. if you're of a certain age and grew up here you might remember jordan marsh. why the famous name could be making a come back. >> also ahead, the series of unfortunate event has left acton without a single working fire truck of its own. what the town is doing to keep residents safe. >> pamela. >> everyone is report ing ing some -- reporting some chilly teens and 20s. dew point is 5 degrees. very
firefighters in acton are without two key pieces of equipment which means right now the town is banking on its neighbors for help in an emergency. wbz's katy brace explains what happened. >> acton firefighters off to work thanks to a loaner from concord. hopefully representing a change in luck for the town's heroes. >> it happens in threes. >> the fire department is down to just two of its own engines thanks to three unfortunately scenarios. >> it's not the ideal situation. >> in december the only ladder truck caught fire in the station. an electrical problem started it. one went down for mechanical problems. wednesday an suv slammed into a fire truck. >> it's a headache but we'll get through it. >> it's unclear how much it will cost to fix the trucks and when they will be back in service. >> it's 26 years old so it's a
>> concord's back up truck is filling a big gap. >> if you didn't have this truck you would be in a world of hurt. >> yeah. we have if three stations so -- three stations so we've been doing a lot of running around. >> the chief ensures the town everyone is protected. >> you shouldn't be concerned. we have mutual aid agreements with the surrounding towns. >> acton chief is retiring. that owner fire truck arrive ed d this afternoon. now he just needs nothing else to happen to the fleet. in many town have faith. >> i think they do a great job from what i've seen so far. >> katy brace, wbz news. all right. 6:13 right now. pamela is here now with a look at our forecast. a little chilly but not for long. >> no. thankfully we'll have full sun, the wind direction will change. that's our friend from the southwest this time of the year. that will increase the temperatures into the 40s but not until later. chilly
so far for this entire month of february we've been running so warm, 2.3 degrees month. we've had, yes, a couple you remember on the 13th and 14th, valentine's weekend it was bitterly cold. we had record low temperatures. then that's a long distant memory. we had such warm weather especially earlier this week where we had temperatures running 18 degrees above normal. that was on thursday morning. it looks like these last couple of days of february will be slightly above normal. good news there. we'll take it. current temperatures running in teens and 20s. 15 degrees in boston, 21 worcester. we had a clear sky over night allowing for cooling so temperatures have fallen into the teens. it feels worse because we have that light breeze coming from the northwest. feels more like 18
your real feel degrees. heavy coat necessary as you head out. the gloves, the hat, the scarves not a bad idea either. hour by hour the temperatures slowly increase to 31 by 10:00, 35 degrees for noon and then we don't stop there. we will continue to increase to 41 for that ultimate high temperature today. 42 in bedford, 43 norwood. things cooler to the south and to the east. lows tonight back into the upper 20s and lower 30s. we expect the clouds to move in trapping so of the daytime heat. mild conditions into sunday. skipping ahead just a bit into monday morning, this is going to be where we see the next action going on. chance for rain, isolated showers monday morning at 7:00 a.m. a cold front moves through. this will be a weak system. low pressure stays to our north and we have slighter cooler temperatures but plenty of sunshine later monday afternoon allowing for the
huge difference in those temperatures. another low pressure system moves in midweek and that's going to give us a chance for soaking rain wednesday and the chance for a wintery mix going into thursday. here's your 7 day. today 40, 52 on sunday, chance for rain early monday but ultimately getting to 54 degrees. 49 on tuesday and a 58 for wednesday. kerry. >> thank you, pamela. the jordan marsh brand could be coming back. a marketing expert bought the rights to the jordan marsh name from macy's. he has not said yet how. one idea would be to sell the famous jordan marsh blueberry muffins on line. good news as we approach the peak flu season, what doctors say makes this year's flu shot better than usual.
on the health watch this morning, the centers for disease control reports this year's flu vaccine has been effective. the cdc said the vaccine cut the chance of getting the flu by 60% this year. that's far better than last year at just 20%. 13 children have died from the flu this season. adult deaths are not tracked. the cdc notes that it's still not too late to get a flu shot. alarming news about the zika virus in the united states, nine pregnant women for infected. one has given birth to a baby with a birth defect that effects the brain. they contracted the zika virus traveling aboard. a health scare for or controversial artist. >> first, jennifer garner speaks out about her split from
this morning singer and artist shoko ono is expected to be released from the hospital. she was taken to the hospital from her home in new york city. her son said she was dehydrated and tired from the flu and was not suffered from a stroke as was initially reported. the only stroke she's had is a stroke of genius. jennifer garner is speaking her silence about her must be divorce from ben affleck in next month's issue of vanity fair. she insists it had nothing to do with the rumor that affleck had an affair with the nanny. she said she has no regrets about marrying affleck. up next, a movie about the boston marathon bombers won't
that picture is like this scene of hope that spring you can just feel it. >> it's so close. we were talking earlier the month of march can be tricky. >> it's a fake out month. >> we're going to wrap up meteorological winter this month month. we're going to warm it record. >> oh, good. >> now spring fever is upon us. the weather bug network on the horizon there. not a cloud in the sky. beautiful situation setting up for us. we have cold temperatures to start it off because of the sunshine we expect and a south western wind flow later today temperatures are going to rebound nicely. starting off in the teens and 20s. 21 in boston. real feel temperatures in the teen s and single digits. feels like 6 degrees in worcester, 11 in boston and 16 degrees in tauton.
by 3:00 p.m. for that high temperature, southwest wind and plenty of sunshine in the sky. we have a warmer day for sunday. how high the temperatures will climb and how many days will be in the 50s in your 7-day forecast coming up. >> thank you so much. checking our top stories. >> we are dis gusting with the defense's recommendation that colleen's killer be parole eligible. >> the family of colleen ritzer frustrated by the sentence given to her killer, philip chism. he was sentenced to life for the murder of the danvers high school teacher. the teen will be given a chance for parole in his 50s. high court decisions have ruled that juveniles cannot be sentenced to life without parole. police are searching for the burglar who broke into a woman's home as she was putting her kids down for a nap. police believe 33-year-old keith babcock of seabrook made his way inside
a home on wednesday. he only took off with a package from her back porch. they know who they're looking for because a neighbor got his license plate. the democratic presidential race moves to south carolina today. hillary clinton is hoping to expand her winning streak against senator bernie sanders. multiple polls show clinton with a dominant lead. 53 delegates are at stake today in south carolina. a pivotal scene in a movie about the boston marathon bombing will not be film in watertown. they said they have to find somewhere else to shoot. >> i can't imagine that hearing gunshots even if they're fake might not bring back some good memories. >> the people of watertown don't have to worry about that now. the mark walberg film will
>> i wanted the movie shot here but i can understand for the people who have been close to the whole situation. >> the film makers had been scouting a location at dexter avenue and laurel street where the fire fight between the bombers and the police took place. the town manager said filming in watertown would not be in the best interest of the residents. >> i think for the film makers not to be around here will be good for watertown for residents to keep it quiet. >> the producers said they will look for a new location. they're looking to shoot at u mass. they said they're considering the request but will ask students and staff first. >> when asked if the film were not as authentic not shot in watertown people said it would not bother them. it's been produced by our sister company, cbs films. new developments in the baby bella bond murder case.
defense to the defense team of rachel bond. she's the dorchester mother accused of helping her boyfriend dump the little girl's boyfriend in the water. the evidence includes underwater photographs and forensic exams of cell phones. michael mccarthy is facing first degree murder charges in the 2-year-old's death. the cape cod superintendent who barged into a student's home is now looking for work. the committee came to an agreement to end the working relationship with bryan hyde. hyde was accused of breaking into a home to see if a 17-year-old girl lived there. he can't be charged because he wasn't hold to leave. a new bedford fishing mogul is accused of cooking the books. carlos rafael was trying to get around federal fishing quotas. he met with undercover agents
held on bail. his bookkeeper is out on bail. a man is suing water country claiming he nearly drowned in a crowded wave pool. he accuses the park of negligence. he said there were too many people in the pool and not enough emergencies. a pilot forced to land without the front wheel of the plane in guam. look at this. the nose gear fail today de ed to deploy. -- failed to deploy. only three people were on the flight. none of them were hurt. failing grades for the store that caters to the college upscale market, a new survey found abercrombie and fitch is the most disliked retailer in america. they had the lowest score of 22 national speciality retailers.
it's been working to focus on the customer in the last year. walmart ranked just ahead of abercrombie. tomorrow jc penney wants to live up to its name. they will offer some items for just one cent. it will offer customers to buy an arizona item at one price and the second one for a penny. it will be going all year. we'll keep you posted. garth brooks may sing about friends in low places but he's using high powered connections to raise money for a big cause. brooks and his family wife will be here in massachusetts in weekend. bree sison reports. >> the number one selling
perform three shows in worcester this weekend with trisha yearwood. he'll have a flag football camp for kids. >> we can all think that we're all raising good athletes but our job is to raise good young men and women. >> teammates for kids teams up with nate solter from the new england patriots to host 100 boys and girls satellite -- girls saturday. >> before drills the coach is going to go over discipline, respect and attitude, key words they can take from there and apply at home. >> brooks puts on similar camps around the country. on friday he choked up saying learning hudson is fighting chancer makes worcester's session extra special. >> if that happened to me i would wrap myself around my child and feel sorry for me. knowing that is going to make it a special camp.
goes to the children they service. projects like play rooms and hospitals also. it's a cause his whole family rallies around. >> there's the bible verse that says so much is given, so much is expected. i just feel like you always have an opportunity no matter what you do for a living you always have an opportunity to give back. as you get older you realize that's the most rewarding thing in your life. >> bree sison, wbz news. the boston college women's hockey team continues to be from their biggest fans as they hit the road. deck. >> pamela, bring on the trivia. >> temperatures this morning in the upper 30s to lower 40s. a fantastic seasonable day but the field colder. another warm up on the way for sunday. how high the temperatures climb in just a bit.
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on the road after beating the hurricanes 4-1 in carolina last night. dad's fathers, uncles and grandfathers joining the bruins on the road trip. brett connolly puts it to the back inside. there we go. that's his grandfather with a big smile there. just about 2 minutes later matt palaski passes the puck off the boards to himself for the 2-0 lead. 2-1 in the 3rd. this is dad joel looking pretty proud right here. another stellar effort. 41 saves, 39 more last night. palaski looking for the hat trip. he seemed annoyed with himself but it's all good. bruins win it by a score of 4-1.
regular season with two games at they need to get one point out of tonight's game for a first round buy. up to 34-0, perfect regular season the bc women's hockey team is picking up with they left off. spinning back hand move. play. what a move. they are now 1-0 in the post season after beating maine 5-2 in the quarter final. game 2 tonight. the bcu men won last night as well beating u mass 3-1 to lock up the top seed. celtics are red hot at home. they won night straight at the garden and have a tough test today against the miami heat. the heat are playing shorthanded without their stop scorer chris bosch. it's still a dangerous team. >> last year they didn't have i
other and they came in here and just got us. we have to play well. it's not only a team you're playing about but they have a good culture. they are a high playing group. this is still big poppy's team and david ortiz's final season will be a theme for the red sox this year. >> has it sunk in what you're about to undertake in this final journey? >> this is a career that's not forever, you know what i'm saying. i'm not going to the first one or the last one making this decision. basically i
it's probably one of the hardest decisions to make. at some point you have to. >> you can see the entire conversation tomorrow night on sports final. pete brady and his family are launching a new campaign called band together to strike out als. you will see the bc team and the red sox wearing these wristbands to support the cause. >> that's it for sports. back over to you. >> thank you so much. pamela is here with our weekend forecast. not looking so bad. we'll take it. >> not at all. today the cooler of the two days. 50s tomorrow but 40s today. we'll take it. fine seasonal temperatures on the way and plenty of sunshine for the out door plans you might have. as we wrap up meteorological winter
days, december, january and february, second mildest on record. 37.2 degrees for all the average temperatures there. we run the lows and the highs and average all those numbers together throughout the month. we still have a couple more days to go but we'll be second place. first place back in 2001/2002. current temperatures in the teens and 20s. 21 boston, 19 lawrence, 15 in worcester. it does feel much colder, especially compared to this time yesterday. 14 degrees colder in boston, 18 degrees colder in taunton and 13 degrees colder in providence. the wind coming from the northwest. also the real feel temperatures running in the teens and single digits for some 18 degrees is what it feels like in manchester, feels like 6 in worcester, 11 in boston, 16 degrees in taunton. hour by hour forecast, plenty of sunshine ahead. at 11:00 a.m. 33 degrees, close to 40 by 3:00
degrees for the high temperature today. 42 in bedford though, 41 fitchburg, 33 norwood. lows tonight in the low 30s to the upper 20s further to the north and west. boston going with a low of 33 degrees. some clouds expected to move in over night tonight. in your hour by hour forecast as we skip ahead just a little bit since we stay dry right now our next chance for rain will be monday morning. sunday in the 50s but then monday morning at 7:00 a.m. a cold front moves our way. this one is dry, it doesn't have a lot of instability. we'll keep a chance for an isolated shower or two. monday afternoon plenty of time to rebound from that cold front moving through early in the day. temperatures will be in the 50s. we'll have another minor system moving through giving us slightly cooler air for tuesday. here's that 7-day forecast.
40 degrees. sunday 52. the wind will be a fact or. breezy today, breezy tomorrow. a southwest wind. 54 monday. we get the rain out of here early. tuesday 49. wednesday up to near 60 degrees with scattered rain and windy conditions too. thursday down to 38. friday 35. even our ups and downs, the downs aren't quite as down as what they could be earlier in the winter. >> yeah. >> so that's good. we'll take it. >> keeping our emotions up. yes, we are. weather trivia day. dave from milford sent this one as well, what's considered to be the driest place on earth? >> i usually ask my floor drifter kerry but she's always wrong. this time she said she's right. do i give her one more chance? >> do it, do it, do it. >> all right. i'm going with b death valley. >> oh, man. are you kidding me? okay. that's it.
d, dry valley in antarctica. it's not what you think. >> the answer is not ever what kerry thinks. >> there you go. >> thank you, pamela and thank you dave as well. courting controversy at this year's oscars actually look behind the scenes including the famous names who are promising not to show up.
welcome back. usually the weekend is about all the glamour, red carpet and ball gowns in every color. many critics say there's a dark cloud over the ceremony because of the lack of diversity. >> hollywood knows how to throw a party. at the governor's ball venue the champagne is chilling. >> speeches are being prepared. >> each one costs like $450 to $500. >> experts expect plenty of surprise winners including best picture. >> i don't remember an oscar race that was more confusing than this year. the big prize is really up for grabs. >> after five nominations this could finally be leonardo
bri larson is also a front runner for best actress. >> it's hard to talk about the oscars without mentioning the lack of diversity in nominees. protests are planned in hollywood and across the country on sunday. >> snoop dog is the latest celebrity to speak out saying, quote, the oscars weren't made for us. gray said the industry needs to change out of self-preservation. >> the film industry is at least 20 years behind what television is. they have to catch up or people will stop going to movies. >> it could be a dark cloud hanging over hollywood's brightest night. terry okita. a plane ride ruin ed ed for a little boy about his family. why this 7-year-old said fellow passengers crossed the line and
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crossing line into cruelty. passengers cheer as a 7-year-old boy was removed from a flight. the little boy was on a trip with his mother and father who was battling terminal cancer. when he boarded the flight he broke out into hives itching from head to toe. his parents think it was a reaction to a therapy dog on board. it delayed the flight.
flight attendants escorted the family off the plane the passengers started to clap. the little boy was crushed. >> it just made me sadder. my dad is dying of republican cancer -- dying of cancer and that's not nice to clap at a 7-year-old. >> two other passengers have a happened. they tell the arizona republic the applause was minimal and they interpreted it as a show of support, kind of like when people cheer at a sporting event after an injured player gets up and walks off the field. top stories and a look at your forecast coming up at the top of the area. you made it to
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from the channel 4 studios morning. good morning, everybody. it's 7:00. you know what, we're glad you're waking up with us. i'm kerry connolly along with pamela gardner. it's a cooler but spring-like tomorrow maybe. >> definitely warming up for tomorrow. temperatures will be in the 50s. today in the 40s this is where we should be time of the
starting off with chilly temperatures. we dropped down to 21 degrees in brooster. we stay completely clear and that's why temperatures r -- have fallen into the teens and 20s. northwest wind still out there. your real feel temperatures are in the teens as a result. feels more like 14 in boston. hour by hour forecast throughout the rest of the day, temperatures warm into the 30s. wind direction changes coming from the southwest. briefly we'll touch the lower 40s before we fall back into the upper 30s plenty of sunshine tomorrow. i'm tracking that next chance for rain, when that may arrive coming up in your 7-day forecast. >> thank you so much. the family of a murder ed teacher is angered over the
sentenced to life but he will be eligible for parole in his 50s. >> i miss her friendship. >> split between memories and anger towards the teenager convicted of strangling, stabbing and raping her at danvers high school when he was 14. >> put this animal behind bars for the maximum sentence and i coward the opportunity to shatter another family's life. >> they had one last opportunity to appeal to a judge before he sentenced philip chism to prison with the possibility of patrol after 40 years. even remained emotionless. >> ritzer's mother broke into tears as she shared personal
>> october 21st her last memory, chocolate cream pie. >> he's pure evil and evil can never be rehabilitated. >> after a news conference after the hearing colleen's parents condemned a massachusetts supreme court ruling on juvenile offenders that ensured chism's parole eligibility. >> even though this is cruel and unusual punishment for colleen's loved ones. >> our family will be forced to attend parole hearings in 38 years that's unimaginable to us. >> a different kind of pain for chism's own mother who broke down in the courtroom. she left without a word. her now 17-year-old son unable to seek parole until age 54. >> once again, chism was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years and the possibility every 5 years after that. wbz this morning. >> his mother released a
she wrote in part, there's no one who has suffered more than the ritzer family. my prayers and respect are with them today as they continue their journey to heal. >> in honor of colleen ritzer her family has established a scholarship fund for students majors in education. we posted the information on our website, cbsboston.com. campaign 2016. the polls are now open in south carolina. democrats will vote in the first southern primary. polls show hillary clinton has a big lead over bernie sanders there. debate any republican. >> bernie sanders didn't spend nearly as much time in south carolina. he's banking on super tuesday to remain his momentum with more than 1,000 democratic delegates up for grabs. >> massachusetts is just one of the states that will be voting on super tuesday. a new poll has hillary clinton beating bernie sanders in the bay state on the republican
commanding lead here in massachusetts with more votes than marco rubio and john kasich combined. >> trump's campaign is getting a new look from a former rival. chris christie who dropped out of the race after the new hampshire primary is now throwing his support behind trump. so is maine governor paul la page. that sets the stage for what should be a wild weekend of campaigning. >> i endorse donald trump for president of the united states. >> just hours after surviving the republican debate donald trump collared some power house party support. >> there's no one that can be a stronger, tougher executive in washington to turn it upside down the way it needs to be. >> the endorsement of chris christie who just quit the race is a thing of beauty. >> being embraced by chris christie helps trump to tamp down on whatever kind of fire might have been started by rubio and cruz in the debate.
by the endorsement at a campaign stop in tennessee. >> this decision is going to be made by the voters on super tuesday. >> what we are dealing with here, my friends, is a con artist. >> christie's surprise move only put ted cruz into total trump attack mode. >> you have a con artist that's winning primaries. conservatives need to know who is going to take over before they cast their vote. >> i'm not disappointed by surprised. >> governor charlie baker will not follow christie's lead in this tuesday's massachusetts primary. >> i don't anticipate voting for donald trump. >> christie argues that trump has the best shot at bouncing democrats from the white house. >> i'm beating hillary and i haven't even started yet on hillary but i'm beating hillary. i think i'm the one that will beat hillary and ted cruz cannot beat her. >> ken mccloud, wbz news. >> our coverage will start
8:00 on tuesday on my 38 and then stay with us at 10:00 for a wbz special followed by the news at 11:00. this morning civil rights groups are asking the u.s. attorney's office to investigate claims at boston latin. the boston globe obtained a copy of the report which is signed by groups including the local branches of the naacp and alcu. mayor walsh said he welcomes the review and believes the school is committed to making sure all students feel welcome. police are searching for the man who broke into a woman's home as she was putting her kids down for a nap. >> i heard a big crash and then i opened my bedroom door and i heard foot steps and i said hello and i heard the footsteps run. i don't know. i just went into my bed room. i have one child in my bedroom and one across the hall. >> 33-year-old keith babcock broke in through the rear
he only took off with a package from her back porch. a neighbor took down the license plate of his car as he drove away. scary moments for a flight. ahead this morning, a pilot forced to land the boeing 727 without front landing gear. >> meet the young man who set a record on the basketball court illness. how he turned his charity coming up in for your
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welcome back. a shot for life began as one teenager's marathon effort to help and has now become a force to raising money for cancer research. it engages young athletes through sports and comes up with ways to cancer. the mission is to unify athletes of all races and backgrounds to team up and fight the disease that does not discriminate. joining us now is mike slanena, the ceo and president for a shot for life. if you need to be inspired mike is the guy to do that. in 2011
brain tumor and that's how mike came up with a shot for life. thank you for being here. >> thank you. i'm honored. >> we have you are your mom here too. >> yeah. >> how did this start ? >> it started when i was 17. i had just ended my june ior -- junior year of high school. my mom was diagnosed with what they thought was a malignant brain tumor. i wanted to do something ate -- something about it. that's how a shot for life was started. i trained for a year and on april 9th, 2011 we had our first event. >> you shot for 24 hours straight. that's incredible. i can't imagine. that was a record, right? >> yes. >> tell us about that . >> i shot 73.2% over 24 hours. >> that's impressive, mike.
hour. >> so you were in pain. anything for mom. >> absolute ly. >> how did you make this a permanent charity event, mike? >> that was really a big process. you know, i was a freshman at quinnipiac university and i had to figure out how to turn a shot for life into a fundraising network rather than just one singular event. so i had to create a 501c3 charity and i would go into a law office and explain why they needed to work probono. we got a great law firm behind us. >> give him a shot out. >> james pevolvo. >> that's important. you got good news about mom , right? >> yes.
-- we it has not grown in about 5 years which is a great sign. >> that's such great news. now tell us more about a shot for life. we have an event coming up. >> we do. this is our next step into a new demographic. up until now we had the shot for life challenges, which is where the 16 best boys and girls from the state compete in a massive competition to be named the best they fund raise on top of being in the event, which is a big thing. they -- because they are all on recruiting trips and doing interviews and big things in their personal career but the fact that they take the time out of their day says so much about them as young people. >> give us the details. >> the next event will be the shot for life battle of the badges. it's going to be a charity basketball game between the boston fire department and boston police department.
>> we will invite all the local politicians. i think it will be a great thing for the city. >> very much so. >> we're excited to start transitioning into a different demographic. we want it to appeal to all ages, all skill levels. this is our first step in doing that. >> if somebody is interested, what's the website? >> ashotforlife.org. there's a go fund me page and it's battle of the badges to donate and come show support. the event will be on april 4th at catholic memorial high school. ed coffinger has been helpful in getting this off the ground. >> a lot of people helping you out. that goes to show you there's good people out there. >> absolutely. >> thank you for all your efforts. you're a good guy and a good son. we're going to show betsy over here? >> no. >> she said no. >> oh, there she is. sorry, mom. we're shoef ing -- we're showing
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ground as it landed. only three people were on the flight. fortunately no one was injured. oh, my goodness. >> oh, man. that's really frightening. wow. all right. pamela gardner, bring us some good news, sunshine, meteorological spring. >> just a couple of days away. we're getting there. the spring count down continues here. daylight saving time is in 15 days, 2 weeks from sunday we will spring ahead an hour. 22 days away from the spring equinox. the boston marathon 51 days until the big race. hopefully you've been training and hopefully you are getting out of there and enjoying the sunshine. it is a little bit chilly this morning. maybe if you wait a little bit later that would be best as temperatures boost into the upper 40s. 22 degrees in boston, worcester 16 degrees, 18 degrees in manchester and 19 degrees in morris.
in the teens or single digits for some. now we're improving just a tad. it still feels colder than the actual temperatures. 14 in boston, feels like 11 degrees for our friends in manchester. hour by hour forecast, temperatures will be in the 20s and then the 30s. once we get that sunshine high in the sky, 35 degrees for noon. 37 at 1:00. close to 40 degrees by 3:00. although today's high temperatures will ultimately reach the upper 30s and low 40s. 41 in boston. weather. boston with 20s expected in the suburbs. if you're heading to the north going skiing the perfect weekend for it. we keep it dry for traveling to the 30 degrees today. the cooler of the two day s all 42 for sunday. that's a little toasty there. a few flurries though. hopefully some fresh powder on some of the
england. the hour by hour forecast to sunday at 8:00 p.m., we have mild conditions and temperatures in the 50s after that afternoon in the evening hours and then starting to fall a little bit. warm front to the north, cold front moves in from the west. that will help bring us a chance for spotty showers monday morning. once we get past monday morning most of the day will be dry. most of the day will be sunny thankfully. we'll have time to rebound to 54 for the high temperature. beautiful weather there. tuesday 49 degrees, fantastic. warming up again to near 60 for wednesday. scattered rain chance throughout the day with a chance for wind mixed in too. we go back to the 30s. even with that cool down we can take it. kerry. >> you know it. pamela, thank you. it's 7:21. my hair is crazy. where can you find the happiest place in massachusetts?
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[ music ] >> it's a beautiful morning >> i love that part right there. it is a beautiful morning out there. a little chilly but the sun is out and i don't know, pamela, there's hope in the air. i'm feeling it. i smelled spring the other day . i heard the birds. i'm feeling it in my soul from my head to my toes. >> you will feel it today. good morning, everybody. i'm kerry along with pamela. >> doesn't it feel like it's just right? >> even though it's a chilly start this is where we should be. we should have some chilly mornings and warm afternoons. that sunshine will help to warm us up a bit. although the wind is going to still make it feel uncomfortable this afternoon. temperatures running in the 20s and teens.
worcester, 18 taunton. real feel temperatures in the teens a few degrees under where we are. 14 is your real feel temperature in boston. 40 degrees by 3:00 p.m. under a mostly sunny sky. southwest wind keeping those temperatures elevated and close to the average high of 41 this time of the year. warming up again for sunday. we have more 50s on the way after sunday too. we'll take a look at all the numbers in your 7-day forecast. kerry. >> thank you, pamela. checking our top stories now now. >> we are disgusting and personally offended with the defense's recommendation that eligible. rehabilitated. >> the family of colleen ritzer frustrated by the sentence given to her killer. philip chism was sentenced to life but the teen will be given a chance of parole in his 50s. high court decisions have ruled that juveniles cannot be sentenced to
polls are now open as the democratic presidential race moves to south carolina today. hillary clinton is hoping to expand her winning streak against bernie sanders. clinton has a dominate lead. 53 delegates are at take today in south carolina's primary. a pivotal scene about the movie about the boston marathon bombing will not happen in watertown. they said they have to find somewhere else to shoot. >> i can't imagine that hearing gunshots even if they're fake might not bring back some painful memories. >> the people of watertown won't have to worry about that now. the mark walberg film won't be shooting the shoot out scene there. >> i wanted the movie to be shot here but i can understand for the people who were close to the whole situation.
scouting a location at dexter avenue and laurel street right where the fire fight between the bombers and the police took place. the town manager said filming in watertown would not be in the best interest of the residents. >> i think for the film makers not to be around here will be good for watertown to keep it quiet. >> the producers said they will look for a new location. they are looking to shoot at u mass. the university is considering the request but will ask students and staff first. >> asked if the movie would be less authentic if not film in watertown people said it would not bother them. the movie is being produced by our sister company cbs films. tempers flair in a road raged incident in revere. police arrested william ascobar. he pulled the gun on an off duty firefighter yesterday.
firefighter wrote down the plate number and called police. new developments in the baby bella bond murder case. the harold reports prosecutors have turned over evidence to the defense team of rachel bond. she's the dorchester mother accused of helping her boyfriend dump the little girl's body in the water. it includes underwater photographs and forensic examines of cell phones. michael mccarthy is facing first degree murder charges in the 2-year-old's death. an undercover investigation leads to an arrest. the u.s. district attorney said the owner of carlos seafood in new bedford and his bookkeeper lied about how much fish he took in to get around federal quotas. he then sold excess fish out of state. we are learning more about a motive in a deadly workplace shooting in kansas. police say 38-year-old cedric ford had just
his girlfriend. he was shot after he shot and killed three people. one of those killed was bryan sedosky whose mother had this to say. >> we raised a little boy to be quite a man that cared for people. that's about all. if i could trade places with him i would. i really would. >> kansas police are commending a loan officer who went inside the plant, confronted ford and killed him. they say had he not so bravely risked his life many more people may have been shot. this morning singer and artist yoko ono is expected to be released from a new york hospital. she was taken to the hospital from her home at the dakota apartment building. her son said she was dehydrated and tired from the blue and did not
on the health watch this morning, alarming news on the zika virus here in the u.s. now the u.s. government said the virus infected nine pregnant women. one gave birth to a baby two women miscarried, all of the women got the mosquito-born virus traveling over seas. new e-mails coming the life in the water crisis in flint. aids in michigan governor rick snider's office warned they should switch to detroit's water system long before the public knew about the problem with the quality with the water. it sited e. coli problems and general motors refusing to use the water because it was rusting engine parts. $30 million in aid was authorized to help pay water bills. it's been a popular store among college kids but now the
they have been working to focus on the customer in the last year. walmart ranked just ahead of abercrombie. interesting. >> not good for them . >> no. father and mother la, what's -- pamela, what's good for us is this weather coming up tomorrow. >> beautiful temperatures. even today it's going to be cooler than tomorrow. we'll take it this time of the year. seasonal temperatures this afternoon and we're gaining some daylight here. the daylight tracker continues as we're reaching some milestones. 5:31 p.m. for the sunset later today. by march 13th daylight savings time begins so the sunset will be after 6:00 p.m., after 7:00 p.m. by march 23rd and may 16th after 8:00 p.m. we're getting there. are low. it feels more like winter here. 22 in boston, 18 worcester. there's still a little bit of a breeze making
compared to yesterday. 10 degrees colder in boston, 13 degrees cooler in worcester. the sustained wind not too bad. once the sun gets higher in the sky the wind direction will change coming from the southwest. right now it's coming from the northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. your real feels are running in the teens. 14 degrees boston, feeling more like 18 taunton, 21 degrees for chatham. 35 degrees at noon, 38 degrees at 2:00, same for 4:00. we briefly will hit 41 for that high temperature later today. 30s expected further to the south and east. a very typical day this time of the year. the average high 41. we will be right on target in most spots. over night dipping to 31 degrees. with that southwest wind that's going to help keep temperatures milder than what we had last night. 20s expect in
cloudy sky as we head into the start to sunday. sunday afternoon will be partly sunny, mild conditions too with a south western flow. southwest wind bringing in the 50s for the highs combined with the sunshine. a cold front approaches into monday morning. here's the area of low pressure to our northwest. that cold front extending from it. behind it we'll start to see some slightly cooler temperatures with an isolated shower along the front. behind it plenty of sunshine to boost the highs. monday 54, tuesday up to 49 degrees with plenty of sunshine. wednesday back up to near 60. we could be tracking the chance for scattered rain, some soakers in there, maybe a thundershower although that will be worse case scenario. that may change. wind into thursday too and we'll cool off into the 30s. >> pamela, thank you.
ed start a revolution can be yours. the best press record recorded by the beatles is heating the auction block. it has hello little girl on one side and til there was you on the other. it's expected to fetch more than $14,000. getting a close up on nature. how an animal curiosity led to a lesson he probably won't forget. >> hi, everybody. coming up on centro the goal is to help people in need, especially children. they show them love without borders. we'll explain after the break.
good morning, everyone. today on centro we want to tell you about a great foundation that's making a big difference in the lives of many people, especially children. the foundation is called the [spanish language] to protect people in need. to tell us about the work they do and they love without borders campaign with us is jeannie osario. good morning. >> good morning. >> you have great news
is such a feel good story. talk to us about how you got started. >> the idea began with a group of friends and they decided to show us -- they had a foundation before and they showed us about everything they do. so we got excited. we -- >> you want to make a difference too. >> yeah. we decided to do the same thing but the difference between that foundation and our foundation is that we focus on children and others. >> okay. so what have you been able to accomplish so far? >> so we decided to start buzz the principal idea was the children. in a way we see that they have other people in need. so we respond in that way.
>> yes. >> we're looking at beautiful pictures of the children. talk to us about the pictures we're looking at. this you guys going to columbia and you actually brought them gifts. talk to us about that. >> we have many -- we decided to donate to the children. every year we made -- we got a lot of toys. the special one was the 2000 miles was our principal thing that we did. >> you brought 2,000 toys to columbia to give 2,000 smiles. >> yeah. >> it's amazing how happy they look. i understand that these children a lot of them haven't even seen a toy, never had a toy. talk to us about that. >> that was so good sad. that was so sad. that's why we -- >> sad at the same time but happy.
decided to change it in a small way. we know that we changed those lives in that moment. it's important for a kid to receive a gift, especially a toy. they have those memories for them to keep it in their heart. that's why we decided to do that. >> you try to get toys here in boston because you did get started here in boston. you take them to columbia. i understand that now you're going to be expanding. you're going to take some toys to dominican republic. talk to us about that. >> yes. we decided to do that too. there are a lot of children in other places and other countries that may be really happy with that. we want to do that in the future. now we decided to -- we decided to join with other people to help us. >> so you're basically going to be joining other organizations
we can basically get bigger and just be able to bring a lot more countries. >> i pray a lot. >> well, talk to us about the campaign, love without borders. you mentioned spreading love. that's exactly what you're doing, right? for those people who are watching us, obviously you are a foundation, non-profit organization. help. do you need help? maybe people volunteering or donations? what is it that you guys might need? >> you can help in many ways. you can help spreading the information that we had. >> and the number is up on the screen right now so people can call you guys. they can volunteer when you do all these toy drives and they can make >> yes. if you have something in your
we want to collect all the stuff. all kind of things for all people in need and toys. if you have toys to gift in good condition. so new. >> i was just about the ask, do the toys need to be new or in good condition? >> new or in good condition. we can clean it and organize it. >> okay. i want to thank you so much for coming by and telling us about it. keep doing the great work that you guys do. love without borders campaign, you guys have been able to do so much already. joining forces with other organizations i think it's going to be great for you guys. >> many people are helping us. >> hopefully a lot more people will call you guys and help out. >> we hope. >> thaing so much, general thank you so much. >> thank you for the invitation. >> for more information on the foundation and their love without borders campaign you can call 857-919-0193. you can also
website and their social media pages as well visiting us online at cbsboston.com/elcentro. like us on facebook and follow us on twitter. we invite you to step forward to better you. a middle school in new jersey became a nature classroom yesterday. this small deer jumped through a school window. the young buck tried to get out and knocked over a water cooler. animal control officers removed the deer will get a pass from class poor guy. he was probably >> yikes. i'll tell you who is not scared, my friend leroy here. this is my friend. pug rescue of new england will be in for i'm going to have him because i love pugs. >> this little guy is
old and he's looking for a home. tune in tomorrow if i don't take him with me at 7:27 for the pet parade. >> he's amazing. >> and so well be haved too. >> yeah. >> he's so relax ed . he's actually heavy. my arms hurt. >> take it easy issue lee -- take it easy, leroy. fantastic weather. we have plenty of sunshine today and tomorrow. tomorrow will be warmer than today. >> tomorrow even better. >> what do you think of that, big guy? >> not much. >> all right. have a great day, everybody. we'll see you
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