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right now at 6 remembering a young officer killed in the line of dutych the planned -- dutych the planned tribute in -- duty. the planned tribute. >> just over 24 hours until voters head to the polls. the candidates final push and exclusive new poll mums. >> and spotlight shines bright on boston globe. the movie spotlight winning best pictures and we have reaction for you. >> from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good morning to you. it's 6:00 right now. monday, february 29th i am
>> i am liam martin in for chris. i stepped outside to come here and it was mild. >> it felt nice and yesterday it was a winning day. i am hoping it's more of the same to start the workweek off. >> it will be the same. 55 to 60 and it's a warm start. only difference today is there is going to be a risk of a shower. we will talk more about that in a second. 43 in boston right now. 42 in manchester and we are 50 in falmouth and it's not that cold out the door there. are a few colder readings back over lower connecticut southwest new hampshire because winds arelighter. 16-mile-per-hour sustained wind in boston. gusting higher than that in eastern massachusetts. wind will play a fctor today and you can feel a touch cooler. sunshine with us out of the gate. 19 minutes from now. officially. and i am tracking this front back to the west. couple showers working into the mix by the afternoon as well. so a bright and breezy start. 45 for rush hour. lunchtime 54 degrees with some passing showers not everyone is
come through from midday until about the early evening south of boston where there may be one lingering from the south shore to the cape with temperatures in the upper 40s. more on the forecast coming up. let's gont roads and check in on the commutes track and weather together. breakdowns messing up traffic on route 1 this morning. look live over route 1 in saugus. both issues on route 1 are in chelsea southbound side a breakdown before the tobin bridge and northbound a avenue. to the north, 93 southbound bumper to bumper between 495 and das couple road and bogging down again between 128 and montvale to the south a crash reported on the expressway northbound at furnace brook parkway. expressway is heavy and slow between east milton square and 128 southbound crawling between logan express and the split. >> thank very much. two communitys in -- communities in two states
officer gunned down on her first day on patrol. 28-year-old ashley guindon was shot and killed responding to domestic violence call. >> and she will be honor in her court. >> reporter: good morning. a moment of silence is planned to happen here at merrimack high school, the school that that slain office a are attended and graduated from. hundreds pray in honor of a honor fallen officer ashley guindon first day on the job ended with her losing her life. >> we will continue one step at a time in honor of ashley. it was -- it would discredits it her memory and selfless service if we did anything else will. >> reporter: ronald ham i amton -- hamilton shot and killed his wife before openingfire and killing guindon. >> it was scary i heard 4 to 5
>> reporter: hamilton surrendered and the active duty army sergeant was assigned to the pentagon. ashley guindon's hometown noun mourners grieve leaving flowers at her mom's doorstep. >> sad to see someone so young and first day on the job to get killed. >> reporter: the former marine corps reservist had a masters in forensic science and graduated from mayor mark high school in 2005. >> it leaves a hole in everyone's heart in the law enforcement family and the fact this was a individual a member of our community makes it more difficult for us to reconcile. >> reporter: and that murder suspect is due in court later today. as far as two other officers they are expected to survive. reporting live in merrimack, chantee lans wbz this morning. kathryn. >> thank you. an investigation is underway this morning into a police shooting in dartmouth. officers were responding to a domestic incident involving a mother and a son.
kuphal tucked off in car and they tracked -- took off in a car and they tracked him. they tried to subdue him with a taser and that didn't work. one officer fired the weapon and hit him. he is now recovering in the hospital. worcester police are searching for the driver who hit two pedestrians and took off from the scene. a witness says he saw a woman run over a husband and wife sunday afternoon. he says the couple can and their daughter were just leaving a flea market. and the daughter pleaded with the driver to stop. >> no doubt she knew she hit somebody. >> yeah you could-- according to the guys they were banging on the windows you know. come on. it's telling you something stop or roll your window down or something but the lady i guess was in shock herself and she kept going. >> the husband was treated and released from the the hospital. the wife has serious injuries. multiple witnesses say they saw the driver and took down a license plate number. now to campaign 2016. tomorrow voters in
polls for super tuesday and news this morn -- new this morning, we are looking at how voters in the stay are leaning a new exclusive wbz umass amherst poll shows hillary clinton with slim lead over bernie sanders 47 to 44%. they used to tied 9% of democrats are undecided. jon keller says this race could be a cliff hanger. >> reporter: overwhelmingly been almost a 3 to 1 margin voters identified bernie sanders as the candidate whose views most reflect their own. and yet he is still in the dead heat. why? well if you look at some of the other qualities that voters want, likely democratic primary voters that is, they include being a strong leader, having a lot of experience, and being electable in november and in all three of those areas, clinton cleans sanders' clock. to the republicans we go donald
marco rubio and ted cruz are tied for second at 15% and they are 32 points behind trump. kasich is third with 11% and ben carson at 2%. and 10% of those voters are undecided. jon keller says trump's hot button issues like immigration and home land security are resonating with voters here. >> reporter: trump has tapped into a large vein of public opinion on issues that likes his tough talk and likes his defiance of so-called political correctness and they responded strongly from an early date here in massachusetts and he's held the lead and appears to be holding it. not winner take all, all marco rubio and ted cruz and john kasich can hope for is to get enough of a turn out so they walk away from here with at least some delegates. trullp will be a big winner and appears like a sure thing -- trump will be a big win and appears like a sure -- winner and appears live a -- like a sure thing. >> we will have more most important to massachusetts
wbz news at 5 and much more object this -- on this poll on cbs boston.com. wbz has you covered tomorrow. joip us for a super -- join tours super tuesday -- join us for a super tuesday special at 8. and at 10cbs will have a special and stay with us for a full wrap up at 11. and the oscar goes to spotlight. >> a golden night for spotlight. the film based on the globe's investigation into the catholic church sex abuse scandal winning 2 academy awards including the biggest prize best picture. nicole jacobs is live outside the globe with more on that big win. what a night nicole. >> reporter: what a night kathryn. the work that was done and highlighted in this film was done right here at the boston globe.
an underdog for the best picture category in the end it walked away with a big win. >> and the oscar goes to spotlight. >> reporter: a magical night for a film that put a spotlight on the sex abuse scandal within the catholic church. >> this film gave a voice to survivors and this oscar amplifies that voice which we hope will become a choir that will resonate all the way to the vatican. >> reporter: highlighting the boston globe investigative team, the movie spotlight won for best picture. the highest honors of the night as the work of journalists played out on the big screen the first win for such film in 70 years with 6 nominations and walked away with two wins. >> pope francis it's time to protect the children and restore faith. >> reporter: following the top honors the globe tweeted a win for spotlight movie and for
tireless pursuit of the truth. sex abuse survivor told the l.a. times the win is validation anda sure way to bring attention to a issue he says still haunts the church. the movie also won for a best original screenplay. we are live in boston nicole jacobs wbz this morning. still ahead on wbz should campus police be armed with semiute matic rifles. >> the local college drawing criticism how you can weigh in today. >> and mbta set to announce deficit. but what does it mean for proposed fare hikes. >> and you are never too old to celebrate your birthday. why a 84 -year-old man is partying like it's his 21st. good morning danielle. >> good morning. so hon our way to the -- so on our way to 60s. clouds build in and i am tracking a couple showers for later on. we will time them out together
and if you were born on this day it's special your birthday is likes a presidential election once every four years leap yearbaby paul was born on this date in 1932. so today he is celebrating his 21st birthday. >> oh. >> even though he he is will 4 -- he is 84 he says the favorite year was the one when he and his son celebrated their 8th birthday. together. >> together. >> how awesome is that. >> i like that. >> 21 i think he will have cocktails. >> that would make me like 8? >> yeah something like that. >> sometimes i feel like i am 8. times my wife thinks i am 8. >> and i learned apparently leap day babies are called leap links. -- leep lings. >> -- leap lings. >> he has pool and couple beverages. it's mild start out there. 50 in falmouth. it's 10 degrees cooler in
than that in keene for the last okay. from now. but the clouds come out ahead of showers. cold front that's back across new york is another one in the great lakes. so with each front comes colder air. from the 40s to the 30s and 20 the 20 -- to the 20s and below zero in eastern and central can dam we won't be that -- canada. we won't be that cold but a the day tomorrow. increase quickly. late morning to midday. so sunny until then so enjoy it. 12:30, 1, scattered showers in central massachusetts and fall apart a bit but i can't rule out a shower mid to early afternoon north and west of the boston and from the city to the south shore and cape lingering until early evening. and quick clearing after that. so it's not going to be a big deal. maybe worth having the umbrella
pop the -- raincoat to pop thehood up. with the clearing that comes in tonight, the wind will still be active and we drop back into the upper 20s and north and west of boston. a little colder in worcester 30s closer to the coastline and cape. tomorrow the wind won't be as strong gusting occasionally over 30 miles per hour. torment wind goes light making it feel better in terms of no added wind chill and temperatures will be running in the 40s for highs. so back to near normal for march 1st. can't believe we are flipping the calendar to march. no weather relatish usep you can't use -- related issues. you can't use that as an issue not to vote. tomorrow night the clouds increase and it will be cold enough i mean just cold enough for a little bit of a light freezing rain well inland. southwest new hampshire route 2 corridor very briefly for an hour or two. tuesday night before changing over to rain. and it's all rain on wednesday. through the morning and afternoon.
clearing late in the day. there's going to be a gusty wind at the coast. gust 40 to 45 miles per hour and the front comes through and cools us off to end the week in the mid-30s on thursday. and snow showers on friday and mainly during the start of the weekend. we will see if that could amount to anything more and watch that closely for friday, saturday time frame and right around 40 for the second half of the weekend. by the way, had great visit with a third graders at killum school in redding. a tossen energy and a couple snow days and we had to reschedule but they had great questions and talked about severe weather and storms and hurricane and i what blast. traffic and weather together robi. >> reporter: we have an accident slowing things down in the already busy expressway. the crash is down in the expressway northbound if quincy at furnace brook parkway. total traffic network says a van crashed into the back of a tractor trailer. two right lanes are closed.
from south bay to the split. 128 southbound crawling between logan express to the split. 39 southbound stop and go in the andover stretch between 495 and bogged down again between 128 and med foresquare and route 1 southbound a disabled truck blocking the right lane before webster avenue. route 3 south hang up between 495 and 129 kathryn. >> thank you. arming officers on a local college campus will be the subject of a public hearing today. the boston city council hearing is at 5 tonight. it will discuss northeastern university decision to arm the officers with a semiautomatic rifle. and the school office says they need the rifles in case of an emergency but boston police officials say it's not necessary. northeastern is one of the more than 60 campuses that police force are using rifles. mbta is expected to announce they are making big progress on the losses. globe reports the t has cut thedeaf set by 43% and that is thanks to a decrease in
and an increase in advertising revenue and real estate. but they say they need to raise fares to help address maintenance and service issues. there will be a summit today to improve the sachet of the reg -- safety of the reason nall rail system congressman lynch is worried about rail baker and mayor walsh will be there. there could be a strike at stop and shop. the union authorized a strike. if members and the company can't agree on a new contract. the old contract expired over weekend. for now the union and company have agreed to continue their negotiations into the week. the public is going to get a say on a proposed casino in brockton. a subsidiary of chicago's rush street gaming wants to build this 677 million dollar casino at the brockton fairgrounds. they are the only firm in the running for the state's third casino license. a public hearing will take
rhode island wants to compete commonwealth. a plan that would build a casino in tibberton on the massachusetts border is headed to the state legislature there for a vote. they will decide whether the idea should be put on a november ballot. it's 6:20 on your monday morning. ahead new details on a death investigation in new hampshire. >> yeah newspaper employee's murder he may not have been random -- murder may not have been random. >> how the oscars tackled criticism over lack of diversity and a look at other
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shined a spotlight on victims of the catholic priest sex abuse scandal won for best picture at the academy awards. >> pope francis time to protect the children and restore the faith. >> reporter: mad max fury road was the most honored film walking away with 6 production awards. >> pop the corks we are bringing home gold. >> reporter: revenant won for best directing and denardo dicaprio won for best actor. it was the 5th nomination and first win. >> let us not take the planet for granted and i do not take tonight for granted thank you >> oh wow. >> reporter: b rie larsen won for the role as an abducted mother in room. chris rock opening monolog about white nominees. >> the white people's choice awards. >> reporter: he beat the got. and the president of the
>> our audiences are global and rich in diversity. and every facet of our industry should be as well. >> reporter: even here on the red carpet where fashion is usually the biggest topic of discussion disverity was front and center. >> i am here because to disappear and truly make it oscar so white is stupid to me. >> reporter: the night also included visits from r2 d and vice president bind who joined lady gaga. >> we have a big announcement on this morning show and we have exciting news to share. wednesday's child is returning here on wbz. it's the long time segment found in 35 years ago by jack williams. he would feature a child who needs an adapt tonightive family when he retired people asked if we would continue wednesday's child and there's the answer we are relaunching it the first story this
6 and as well as 10 onmy tv38 and from there a new child every wednesday david paula lisa and i will go out and interview the kids. and we have gone out and done a couple of them. >> yeah. >> and kids are so adorable and we are going to give them adventure and ask them what family they want to have and a lot of people asked us about this. >> it's something that is so incredible and impacted 700 children. >> yeah. >> have been adopted through this. >> this was jack's. >> baby essentially. >> yeah it was his baby for 34 years and when he retired people wondered would we relaunch it and we are starting this wednesday and it's so exciting. >> your piece is featured on wednesday. >> wednesday danaisha and she is adorable and we will want to adopt her. >> fantastic i can't wait to watch. big announcement. >> there it is everybody. >> thanks liam. lots more coming up in the next half-hour including putting the squeeze on
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right now at 6:30 new hampshire paying tribute. the remembrance for young police officer killed on her first day of duty. >> and donald trump taking heat a new controversy. >> stealing the spotlight at the oscars. we have reaction to the big win from the boston globe and patriots owner robert kraft. >> from the channel 4 1250udos in boston -- from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz this morning. >> welcome back. and good morning to you everybody i am liam martin in for chris mckinnon. >> i am kathryn hauser it's monday a great start to the workweek. gorgeous sunrise. mild start out there too. >> and last day of february. how about that.
>> spring here we come. >> look at that sunrise shot. this morning beautiful start to the day. caught the plane in there too. great start to the day but there are a couple of changes on way by later on. i am tracking a couple showers. if we hit 60 degrees today, we will have the most or second most number of 60 degree days in a winter. we are at the third. we have had 8days for the wint are so far that hit 60 or greater. 9 days was in 1945 and 50 and 1990, 91, 10 days reaching 60 plus degrees. it was close call yesterday. we hit 58 in boston it will be a close call later this afternoon. 43 out the door right now. that's the starting platform a mild start. 48 in taunton. 50 in falmouth and upper 30s in worcester. 27 in keen and it's cold are across the interior and we have had sunshine out of the gate right now. but the clouds are advancing into western massachusetts. those clouds ahead of showers. that's a front that will cross the region by this afternoon.
the shades out the door. and clouds move in with scattered showers through the midday lunp hour. a period of showers that comes in from west to east during the midday and afternoon. and there may be a lingering shower from the south shore back down to the cape for the evening drive i think it will be isolated to widely scattered. clearing for the rest of us. 48 at that point with the sunset at 5:33. we will take you out to the west and -- the rest of the workweek coming up. traffic and roads coming together. >> reporter: we have accidents north and south of the city now to the north a crash in woburn 128 southbound at washington street. shoulder blocked there. and 93 southbound now jammed from stoneham into the leverett connector looking like a 20 minute delay and will earlier crash northbound side in quincy at furnace brookch the van crashed into a back of a tractor trailer there. two right lanes were blocked but the scene is off to the side and lanes are back opened. express lanes are packed
merrimack now ham sure honoring a one of its own. a moment of silence will be held in memory of ashley guindon killed one day after she was sworn in. today the army sergeant accused of killing her is due in court. >> the rookie officer graduated from merrimack high school in 2005. chantee lan it is live in merrimack this morning with more on today's planned tribute. good morning chantee. >> reporter: good morning kathryn and liam. 28-year-old ashley guindon will be honored and celebrated in a moment of silence at merrimack high school. she started saturday with a prince william county police department and it was her first day she was slain. the suspect 32-year-old ronald hamilton shot and killed his wife before opening fire on guindon and two other officers. hal i amton -- hamilton was assigned to the pentagon and now guindon graduated from merrimack high in 2005 and
marine corps. >> very saddened you know to see somebody so young and first day on the job get killed. >> it puts a hole in everyone's heart the fact this is a individual that was a member of our community makes it more difficult for us to reconcile. >> reporter: as far as the two other officers they are expected to survive. reporting live in merrimack this morning. >> thank you very much. police in chelsea are investigating the suspicious death of a man found on a sidewalk. investigators say the 34-year- old victim was discovered on cottage street around 5 a.m. yesterday morning. he later died at the hospital. police have not released the victim's name. the death of a newspaper advertising woman gun down on the nightly walk may not have been random. new hampshire union leader are reporting the police wouldn't say why they believe denise rosh was targeted and they won't say if they have a suspect or recovered bullets.
around 9 at night on her walk in manchester on august 30th. to campaign 2016. hillary clinton and bernie to massachusetts today. clinton is holding events in springfield and boston while sanders will hold a rally in milton. and republican hopeful john kasich will be in plymouth today. that visit comes as voters in massachusetts and other key states head to the polls tomorrow for super tuesday. don champion has more on controversy for donald trump. >> reporter: donald trump and marco rubio he spent the weekend proving there's rarely any love lost in presidential politics. >> we don't need a guy who is sweating and scared. >> he doesn't sweat because his spray tan he use. >> reporter: at a rally in dig. >> he is calling me little marco. and i will admit he is like 6-2 and taller than me and i don't understand why his hands are
and have you seen his hands? they are like this. and you know what they say about men with small hands. you can't trust them. you can't trust them. >> reporter: a new cbs battleground tracker poll shows virginia. texas. cruz is now taking aim at trump for failing to condemn duke. >> i don't know david duke i don't believe i ever met him. i am pretty shore i didn't meet mim and -- hem and i -- him and i don't know anything about him. >> no candidate can control what outside croup do you do but racism and bigotry has no placein politic. >> reporter: hillary clinton conpained in the south sunday hoping to capitalize on her big win among black voters in south carolina. the cbs poll shows she is say head of bernie sanders in georgia, virginia and texas. don champion, cbs news.
you covered on super tuesday we will have the special over my tv38 at 8 and at 10cbs news that is a -- will coo prime time special on w -- will have a prime time special and tune into the wbz news at 11 for a full super tuesday wrap up. a surprise win for spotlight at the academy awards. film about the globe's investigation into clergy sex abuse scandal earning the hollywood most coveted honor. nicole jacobs is live with the reaction. >> reporter: what great night for the movie spotlight and the boston globe. the movie height lighted great work done right here in the building. the boston globe building. and it all played out on the big screen. it uncovered years of sex abuse within the catholic church. it's the first journalism fill tom wint academy's top honor in 70 years. spotlight actually had 6 nominations for the evening and
following the top honors the boston globe lit up social media tweeting a win for spotlight movie and for every journalists in the tireless pursuit of the truth. here's a portion of the acceptance speech. >> this film gave a voice to survivors and this oscar amplifies that voice which we hope will become a choir that will resonate all the way to the vatican. >> reporter: one survivor told the l.a. times that this win served as validation. i should also add that the film also won for the best original screenplay. live in boston nicole jacobs wbz this morning. >> thank you. robert kraft was one of the bostonians at the academy awards. the pay patriots owner cheered the best picker and former globe editor was pour trade in
>> when i saw the movie i called marty baron and said they portrayed you perfectly. it was pretty special. >> robert kraft says he has been attending for the past 4 to 5 years at the invitation of sir elton john. who invited you? sir elton no big deal. no big deal. >> it's 6:39 and time for the daily talker. if you travel by plane you probably noticed the amount of leg room you have has beenshrinking. >> help could be on the way from an unlikely source the federal government. robi is here with more. >> reporter: back in the 70s when they still used the term stewardes you had 35 inchs of leg room and now it's 351 inches and normally the feds don't get involved but senator chuck schumer thinks the government should step in. not only has leg room shrunk but the width of the seat has by ionch and half. there's an faa bill before
end of march to keep the agency run and he wants to include language calling for minimum space standards for planes. he says passengers are squeezed in like sardines making air uncomfortable. we all know that. the senator accuses the airline industry of reducing leg room at a time when they make record profits. so, see what people are saying out there on the very social media platforms. not everyone agreeing. beth posted on facebook sorry if you fly coach you get what you get. myself included keep the government out of it and tony wrote, let the feds keep terrorists off the plane and let the airlines worry about comfort. thanks for commenting. number of ways the website twitter or facebook and you can comment all day long not just on the morning show. liam and kathryn. >> it's harsh you no-fly coach uncomfortable. just fly firsts.
know what i am talking about it could be difficult even if the person in front of you goes back a little bit. >> and you always have someone's knee in the back. ahead a check of the top stories including the search forhit-and-run driver. >> a officer involved shooting under investigation. what police say happened in dartmouth. >> and remember the cruise ship rocked by bad weather all the people almost stranded? more trouble on board. >> and we are checking in with weather watchers you guys. temperatures are mild out the door right now. we are in the 40s right now. and on the way to 55 to 60 again later today. let's he check in close to the city peter says 41 degrees in cambridge and near 60 later on but the difference today is i am tracking a couple of showers. we will time them out hour by hour when we come back. yeah, i was just talking
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remember the cruise ship that wept into a major atlantic around. it run into another problem. the anthem of the seas returning to new jersey again this time to avoid a storm and there's an outbreak of norovirus on board. it's not clear how many people are sick. by the way, that's a new ship. so its first voyage ran into a storm and you saw that crazy footage. people were sick because it was tossing about in the sea and they come back and second tripcaught in another storm and norovirus i am not going on that ship. >> a lot of bad things. >> i am not into superstition.
because the seas will build so the norovirus is bad luck but better safe than sorry this time around. we took to the numbers 60 degrees days in a winter we have the top slot for the most 50 plus ogrow days in a winter. 34 days we will add 35 to this by the time the day is done. and keeping it in the number one slot by at least 5 or 6 days here. 43 degrees in boston and it's a mild start out there. not too bad. the last day of february 38 in worcester. 27 keene. colder there but 50 in falmouth for us. grab the shades out the door. the sun is shining right now. but you won't need them all day. i am tracking a band of showers and clouds with the cold front that's sweeping through from west to east later this afternoon. and it does mark the leading edge of colder air. notice we drop below zero back up in parts of central and eastern canada. we won't get that cold but we will dip bag down -- back down tuesday. showers today?
advance and showers in western new england and it lose as little bit of steam coming through. i can't rule out a chance of a passing shower and it's not going to ruin your day. time frame is from mid to late afternoon and especially south of boston the that's he where we may get a lingering shower into the evening commute and clearing comes in after than that. high temperatures ahead of the front 55 # to 60. we will see if we get there a close call clouds building in and winds by the way a little active out there this morning. it's going gust at times up to 30, 35 miles per hour. and temperatures today in southeastern massachusetts come up 55 to near 60 from plymouth to norwood and taunton and 50 on the cape and islands. tonight a couple of the passing clouds mainly clear 25 to 30 in the suburbs and 32 in boston. winds will stay strong too. so we will be colder as you wake up tomorrow morning. partly cloudy and noticeably cooler but no weather related issues for super tuesday. a light wind and temperatures 42 degrees.
clouds have advanced in and there may be a touch of light freezing rain route 2 corridor southern new hampshire changing to rain and it comes from wednesday morning's commute until the afternoon and wraps up from west to east. so the evening commute should be drier. wind gusts 40 to 45 miles per hour especially at the coast and accu-weather 7-day forecast a leading edge of colder air coming in thursday. bright sunshine 34 and could be a snow shower on friday and may linger into the weekend. we can see we will see if it amounts to anything more and we sunday. together. >> reporter: let's look live at the slow hest rides out there right now on this monday morning from the north 93 southbound pack stoneham into the leverett ramps that's the south. and so let's fix that. little clicker there you go. and that's at least a 20 minuteride and you will go between andover and wilmington and now from the south. the expressway from the split to columbia road is now 25
crawls between 37 and the split and route 3 north your stop and go between route 18 and union street. and the mass pike eastbound two heavy pockets route 9 and western tolls to the supermarketoverpass. checking top stories for you on this monday morning, a new hampshire town is preparing a special tribute to a young officer gunned down on her first day on patrol. >> a moment of silence will be held at merrimack high school in memory of ashley guindon. she was shot and killed saturday night while responding to a domestic dispute in virginia. two other officers were hurt. the accused gunman will be in court today. officers investigating a police involved shooting in dartmouth. we are told officers were responding to a domestic son. police say 23-year-old ryan kuphal took off in a car and when they tracked him down he charged at them with a knife. officers tried to subdue him with a taser and when that didn't work a officer fired his
he is recovering at the worcester police are searching for driver who took off after hitting twopedestrians. a witness says he saw a woman run over a husband and wife yesterday afternoon as they left the flea marketch wife is hospitalized with serious treated and released. a campaign crunch candidates hitting the trail in massachusetts. one day before voters head to the polls for super tuesday. hillary clinton will hold events today in springfield and boston. bernie sanders will hold a rally in milton. on the republican side john >> and oscar for best picture goes to spotlight the drama about the boston globe's investigation into the sex abuse scandal in the boston arch dioceses took top honor original screenplay. cheering. something. from the oscar winners to the fashion.
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nhl trade deadline is today at 3 p.m. bruins have yet to make a trade but did lose again at the garden in tampa by a -- to tampa bay. bruins got on the gored first. boston gets the 1-0 lead and on the power play alex slides it under mcquaid's skates to tie it at 1 a piece and still in the first, b's win the face-off and the skates went up from under him leading to a 2 on none and ryan scoring. red sox pitcher rodriguez will be out for a few days after injuring the right knee at spring training. he had mri yesterday morning and basically his knee cap popped out of place. not good. this is him throwing earlier at camp. reports say that he was walking with a limp and manager john farrell said there is swelling
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oscars are not just about the moves but all about the fashion where the biggest night for fashion so we have some of the stars earning praise for red carpet looks beginning with big winner about. rie larson in the custom royal blue gucci dress. >> and she won. best actress nominee says she wore this green calvin klein dross pay tribute to the irish heritage. >> olivia wore a one shoulder orange gown. >> and charlize theron also stunned in this red plunging dior >> i think the neckline is very in.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, february 29th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." on its biggest night, chris rock challenges the hollywood establishment. the comedian takes on academy voters and oscar protesters. >> the republican race gets even nastier. donald trump and marco rubio attack each other for the way they look. on this leap day meeting the oldest leaping lady. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."