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on the job for less than 24 hours, a young officer gunned down, killed in the line of duty just a day after she was sworn in. tonight we know officer ashley grew up here in new england. >> she graduated from high school back in 2005 and was a marine corps reservist. last night she was responding to a do domestic violence call when she was shot. the police chief spoke about losing his new officer. >> our condo lances go out lances go out to her family. we're asking for thoughts and prayers as we monitor the conditions of our other two officers who remain hospitalized.
>> she graduated from merrimack high school, and they're remembering her there. >>reporter: the flag is lowered to half staff and flowers laid to rest at. >> she was a member of of our community which makes it even >>reporter: news traveled fast. >> kind of weird to see it hit so close to home. >>reporter: a prince william county police officer shot and killed on saturday night while responding toy one call about a domestic violence incident. >> i'm very sad to see somebody job killed. >> absolutely horrible the way it happened and tragic, and for a person who is looking towards making a career in law
the street and within hours be struck down in the prime of their life is horrible. >>reporter: ashley grew up here in merrimack, and in her yearbook she wrote live for something rather than die for nothing. >> we served in the military and that speaks volumes about her character. >>reporter: tomorrow they will hold a moment of silence for her, and she will also be remembered in this year's graduation. >> this is a member of our community and member of our law enforcement family. >>reporter: in merrimack, new hampshire, w become z news. >> funeral arrangements are not complete, but the police officers plan to be there, including the chief. police searching for the driver that hit pedestrians and
serious. we have the latest with jim. >>reporter: police here in worcester in the middle of an intense investigation, and it all has to do with a very disturbing incident that happened earlier today downtown. we want to show you video now that we obtained earlier today of investigators here at the scene. according to multiple scanner reports, police are looking for the driver of a minivan who is said to have backed over two pedestrians and then allegedly struck them again before taking off. the victims were taken to the hospital with what are described as serious injuries. police reportedly are looking for the minivan possibly operated by a female driver. worcester police have not released official information, but as we could see, investigators were here the balance of the afternoon collecting evidence. this is a very busy street on sunday mornings and early
they have a flea market here every week, and at that is apparently where it happened. police are trying to get clues and catch up with the driver, and two people with hospitalized unfortunately with serious injuries. jim smith, wbz news. another developing story tonight in chelsea where police are investigating a suspicious death of a man found on a sidewalk early this morning. investigators say the 34-year- old victim was discovered on cottage street at about 5 a.m. arriving officers tried to help him at the scene, and paramedics rushed him to the hospital where he later died. the district attorney takes over the investigation, and police are not yet releasing the name. a dog is right back where it belongs after a car crash on the runway. a reunion when its owner got into a car accident. frankie ran off when the accident happened, but a good
took him to reunite with the man and his wife today. >> i don't know how he got away from me. i don't know where the leash is. i don't know if he pulled out of it. he has a habit of backing out of the leash and trying to take off all the time, so it's a possibility that's how he got off. >> frankie was not hurt, but his owner is recovering from minor injuries from the crash. i know it's still february, but plenty of folks working in the yard or walking the dog, a beautiful day all around. pamela has the first look at the forecast. >> amazing temperatures, the official high in boston 58. we're holding in the '50s in a lot of spots.
taunton and 40s in the cape. 44 degrees by midnight tonight under a mostly clear sky. great news, staying mild overnight. forty-two in boston, and it looks like we'll keep a southwest wind and mild conditions around as we head into your day tomorrow too. the next system we're tracking on satellite and radar will actually move in just in time for the monday morning commute and beyond. in a few minutes we'll time out for you hour by hour, it does look like an all-rain event, so that's promising there. the rain not really a huge concern because we'll still have warmth, and it won't be an all-day washout. we'll go through the latest in your seven-day forecast. hillary clinton and bernie sanders will be in massachusetts tomorrow ahead of super tuesday.
white supremacists in the united states of america. >> how are we going to deal with a party that doesn't condemn the ku klux klan?. >>reporter: a reporter asked trump. >> i didn't even know he endorsed me. i disavow, okay some i don't know anything about david duke. i don't know anything about what you're even talking about with white supremecy. i don't know. did he endorse me? >> ted cruz called trump out writing, really sad. we're better than this. trump's only response, tweeting out a clip of what he said on friday on the democratic side. >> we need to be home where all of us have a place and
in this together. >> hillary clinton spoke in tennessee after a huge victory of the vote. >> we have dozens of more good about the future. >> we have you covered for super tuesday. we'll have a special starting at 8 p.m., then at 10 o'clock a primetime special here on wbz. ten tune in at 11 for a full super tuesday wrapup. still ahead on the program tonight, the stars are getting awards. >> coming up next, why protesters are greeting them on the red carpet. also ahead, an injury update on one of the red sox
. the stars are making their way to the red carpet for the oscars. >> protesters are also making their way. >>reporter: hundreds of fans waited for hours along the red carpet to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars. >> i'm hoping to see ryan reynolds. >>reporter: at this year's academy awards, many have already won big awards,
seems poised to win his first. jada pinkett smith and spike lee say they won't attend, and also director are also staying away, choosing instead to host a benefit for the michigan citizens where the water was contaminated. at first a church in los angeles and reverend al sharpton put people on notice. >> if you want to have a white only award, you don't need no
>>reporter: he will lead an anti oscar rally. people are out enjoying the day. >> people are already thinking about the beach. how can that be the last week of february? >> you can't believe what we're getting this year. >> it's fantastic. knock on wood, we're still going to be above average the next several days. >> we're going to keep mild weather in the forecast, but big changes on the way. we're adding to the total of most 50-plus days in february. we might actually see more 50- -degree days, but also a couple 60-degree days too.
high 63 setback in 1976. that will still stand, but hey close to a record warm day. we'll take it. fifty-one still in boston, down to 54 degrees in manchester, 54 in lawrence and 40s on the cape and islands just because we have the southwest wind coming off the cooler ocean water that's about 40 degrees. that's keeping our friends slightly cooler there. notice the temperature gradient here. burlington is much cooler, 23 degrees. yesterday we were in the 30s. we're running again in the '50s and 40s. we're 15 degrees warmer in boston right now. enjoy. wind gusts from the southwest between 20-30 in most spots. we have a 29-mile-per-hour gust in boston. the southwest wind sticks
tomorrow keeping the temperatures elevated. mostly clear overnight tonight and 42 degrees with some of the suburbs reaching the upper 30s. temperatures will still be in the '50s, 56 for beverly, boston, bedford and even further inland, most locations reaching these temperatures. hour by hour forecast and our next chance of rain moves in monday morning. 8 a.m. for that. just after the morning commute it when we'll see the first few showers moving through the area. a lingering shower behind the cold front, otherwise looking pretty dry for most of the day on monday.
another system is to the north. tuesday we're all dry because that will fizzle out. the next big system, 5 p.m. on tuesday starting to develop out in the midwest. once it heads our way going into wednesday and early thursday we could haveheavy rain from the system. it does look like it will stay in the warm sector, but it's going to be a soccer. after that told temperatures on the way, almost a return to winter with 36 degrees by the end of the seven-day forecast. thank you, pam. we appreciate it. the bruins are taking on the lightning right now. and the latest on the erickson trade talks coming up
i wonder what's going to be up with louier loy erickson. >> boston leading temple 1- nothing early on. before the game contract talks continuing, but so far no agreement with erickson. he's also had the opportunity to pick up players that will improve the team, and they said they'll do that. the trade deadline is 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon as always. stay tuned. the rangers started day 44 points ahead of the bruins in the east and made significant addition to their lineup picking up eric stall. the move gives them a veteran
the word today baseball wise on rodriguez's knee. an mri showing this morning that a subluxation of the right patella, in english the left kneecap popped out of place temporarily in a fielding drill yesterday. this is video of him throwing earlier. he was walking with a limp and the manager said there's some swelling, but no structural damage. they'll shut him down for a few days and go from there. the best shooter ever in a crazy come back win at okc. he hit 12 three-pointers tying the single game record and broke his own record, 288 with 24 games left in the season more than half of the nba's 459 players don't have that on the entire season. he makes it look so effortless. none more than the game winner
from over 30 feet with less than a second in over time. the celebration dance was awesome too. forty-six points for curry. they come back for the 53rd win of the season and clinching a playoff spot. amazing stuff. a solid win yesterday against the heat and the bench played a huge role in the win. the second year guard sat down for a conversation you can see on sports final tonight. he told us he really appreciates where he is now because of the difficult times he survived growing up. >> when i was a little kid i didn't really care about anybody else, and one guy i threw a rock at this guy, and as we looked down, you know, after we hit him, he was no
the bike was still there, and we hear footsteps coming up the stairs, so we jumped over the balcony and took off running, and all i remember, you could hear the bullets whistling. he starts firing at us. that kind of turned me to getting my head right and start doing what i have to do. >> you can see sometimes why marcus smart plays with so much anger with what he went through growing up. more of that coming up tonight. they're trying to make the final decision, the final call. >> maybe he will go to the islanders. >> may be. >> you never know. we'll be right back with a final check of the forecast
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