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randy: snow standstill. the travel delays and cancellations already happening right now as the east coast braces for a major storm. emily: breaking overnight, a car plunges into a swimming pool in cambridge. the mishap for a valet driver. randy: fighting for her life. why a store clerk says this battle was about more than survival. on the eye for this friday morning.
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starting to move north. but it might not get far enough to bring much snow to the boston area. good morning. i'm emily riemer. randy: and i'm randy price. cindy has been keeping af eye on the storm's track all night. cindy. the storm has been north and south then north and south. the main message, though, the brunt of it still appears to be hitting the mid lant tick states am we're on the northern edge. enough so, that far south coastal new england is likely going to see the potential for six inches or more of stow. we have a winter storm watch up now issued. it is in effect starting tomorrow through sunday morning here from the national weather service, south coast including the cape and the islands are impacted by this. you can see, we're just on the edge of the winter weather advice. you can see here. that we have got blizzard warnings up from new york city to new jersey and into the d.c. area and look at think winter storm warnings so all the way back to arkansas and ten see this morning. this is a large storm just taking shape and a line receive
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atlantic to the florida panhandle now t. this storm is going to be strengthening over the next 24 hours. look at it lifting northward by saturday morning. it is to our south, blizzard conditions from new york to d.c. and then the northern edge of that snow on saturday morning is to the south. during the day on saturday, it is going to creep northward because it will snow far time saturday night before it exits sunday morning. i am thinking now. it is down along the south coast and the eye in las where we could six inches or more of show. the amounts will dropoff dramatically and the potential for 2 to 4 inches of snow south of boston once you get north of the city. you could see something to perhaps couple of inches. that was what i am thinking in terms of the storms. today is a quiet day. clear skies. teens out there now. temperatures close to 30 with mostly sunny skies here. all right. hit to roads. olessa? olessa. thank you, sunday. a quiet trip in somerville. a few more cars on the road.
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let's go to the maps to check out the rest of the ride as you head south. so far, problem free on 24 and 95 and the expressway still only about 10 to 15. braintree into boston. also looking good this morning, 15 minutes. 495 out to 128. 93 south. a little bit of volume heading to you ward the stop. so farm the trans and buses are doing ok. emily, randy. emily: thank you. emily: right now thousands of flights have already been canceled as that major winter storm targets a big part of the east coast. randy: travelers are already feeling the impact this morning. the eyeopener's kelley tuthill is at logan airport in boston with the message to anyone heading out to any of new england's airports this morning. kelley: we're seeing cancellations to places down south including nashville and baltimore. people here basically trying to city ahead and not be ahead of this mess and not get effected by this storm. man think people are happy to land in boston last night. one traveler said the parents
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connect from charlotte north carolina but managed to get out. >> we got out in the nick of time, so happened to be home for the weekend. kelley. it is a ripple effect. american airlines is canceling all flights out of charlotte starting today and will can sell operations in washington and baltimore tomorrow. others making similar plans. waivers. if you are flying, ache sure you check ahead if you are headed to denver for season i did's game. you don't want to screw up that trip. make sure they are not any wherein the mid-atlantic. live in the atlantic, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: wcvb newscenter 5 is your source for winter storm coverage. you can get the latest stormteam 5 forecasts radar and real-time closings and delays with our wcvb mobile app. download it for free in your app store. emily: breaking overnight, a wild scene in cambridge after car lands right in a you swimming pool! the eyeopener's frank holland is
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dra ma ek new video. frank? frank president? this is knowner repair. that is where the car crashed. this could have been a terrible accident, fortunately, there were no people in the path of the out-of-control car. this is the scene inside of the building earlier this morning. think car submerged in the indoor pool. this started around 11:15. a valet here at the residence museum way was parking a car. he told investigators a rug got trapped under the peddles and he lost control. investigators say the car traveled about 100 feet at a high rate of speed before crashing through the wall then dropping righting to the indoor pool. fortunately, no one was inside of the pool at the time. the valley got himself out of the pool all on his own. he was later taken to mass general with minor injuries. police tell us the crash has been ruled an accident. live in cambridge, frank holland, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank thank you, frank. also breaking, more than 20
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attack in somalia. the al-shabab attack started late thursday and ended overnight at a beach-front restaurant in the capital mogadishu. the gunman and bombers were killed by special forces. today. investigators and police found no evidence to believe reeks security will be in place at all city schools as a precaution. new goals laid out by governor charlie baker first state of the commonwealth address. the state is strong but there is room for improvement. governor is taught successes of the past year but also catching upon the state's biggest issues including the open yid epidemic. will take everywhere within including doctors to fix this problem. >> i will stand my former colleagues when their clinical
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maligned, but this time. they are far too casual about the addictive consequences of these medications. randy: maker discussed economic development and revamping the ailing t. backer addressed key issues but hoped to hear more on gun violence and the spending plan, that will be unveiled next week. randy: a bill to ban you from holing that cell phone while drive aring in massachusetts is one step closer to reality. the state senate approved the new distracted driving bill last night. it would make talking on the hand held cell phone illegal when are behind the wheel. it would also be illegal to enter information by hand into gps. the senate and house will now work to combine their two bills. emily: republicans chris christie, jeb bush, marco raw bee yes, john case in, rand
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gilmore expected to attend a two-day presidential town hall that kicks off today with keynote speaker and dick chan my. democrats bernie sander, hillary clinton and martin o'malley have state events today. hillary clinton stepping up the attacks. >> senator sanders and i hair she same goals m we have different ideas about how to drive prague he is go? a. we do well in both of those states. think, my friends, we are rooking at win this great political upsets in the history. emily: you a new cnn poll shows sanders with 51% of the vote wine with clinton's 43 percent and shows donald trump winding this lead over ted cruz, 37% to 26. now iowa casts the first votes one week from monday. randy: new morning, draftkings
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that it will adopt some of the consume protection rules proposed by the attorney gone in massachusetts. the globe reports that includes publicly identifying highly ex erns poohed players and banning software that lets people quickly enter hundreds of fantasy sports line-ups. the boston-based web site is not in favor of other ideas like a minimum age for players or a monthly limit on player spending. randy: there are questions about this about the future of the bostonland marc. randy: concerns about an iconic boston landmark. emily: the fears it could soon be lights out for the citgo sign. and a new push to keep uber and lyft riders safe. the new requirements recommend for drivers. emily: break overhighing, a valley driver has minor injuries after crashing into a an indoor pool in cambridge. he told the police the car math got stung the gas peddle. sunday.
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the winter storm strengthening now. i am tracking that. the impact r pact pack and the timeline. winter storm watches now up for the south coast of new england
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>> wee love to see your wake-up call. to go to the front page and upload it to the local section. >> very energetic in the weather department. emily: the steaks are high. it is a huge storm and lackly be his to thing ams of know that fall in the mid-atlantic states. all along, they are going to get hit the hardest. new winter storm watch up for the south coast of new england and this includes coastal connecticut, rhode island, south coastal massachusetts including the cape and the islands this is going into effect tomorrow through 7:00 a.m. on sunday and not just for snow, strong winds are a part of the system as well. that is why there are blizzard warnings from long island to new york city through philly and d.c. as well. you can see the pink showing up to the deep south. those are winter storm warnings so a within try side the storm system that is producing a lot of snow. the areas hardest hit still appear to be from washington to baltimore where they could see
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philly likely getting over a foot, dros a foot in new york city. we're riding the northern edge in terms of the snow. it will come interring the afternoon hours on saturday. going to move out quickly on sunday morning. then snow is only one part of the storm system. wind ap coastal impacts are a concern particularly because we have a full moon tomorrow. so the 11:00 on saturday night. high tide is when we are watching. more so i think sunday morning 11:00 a.m. high tide for the coastal flooding much? beach erosion as with well t. the winds are strongest south of boston, southeastern massachusetts on the cape and 50 miles per hour. look at that around block island, winds close to 60 miles per hour overnight saturday night and first thing sunday morning then there is now a high wind watch up her to islands here through 10:00 on sunday morning. so there is going to be wind to contend with the system as well. still a little bit of wind throughout this morning. winds out of the northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour so it feels
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otherwise windchills this morning. temperatures up to 30 with mostly sunny skies here. we're quiet today. we're focusing on the storm system so organized at this in po. low pressure transferring its end for gy tow couldst coastline. look that by saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. it is snowing with blizzard conditions around new new york city down d.c. the northern edge of the snow lifting northward a little bit during the afternoon and the evening hours on saturday. in the, the storm racing away coming up on sunday morning. here is a closer willing k look at the time line. in the morning horse saturday. we're just fine. during the morning into the midday hours. down along the south coast and the cape. the snow moves in and dreadspreads northward buy saturday evening. overnight saturday, there may be snow flakes falling to the new hampshire border before it races out sunday morning. appears as though the heaviest snow where we could get more significant accumulation is down here to the coastland. the poe things for some spots to see six inches or a little bit more.
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drop off rapidly. there is a sharp northern cut rough to the storm system. so willing could be up to a couple of inches north of the pike and up to four inches south. the lower end as well. keep in mine things could shift a little bit more. we're watching that storm crowsly but moving away sunday afternoon. then i think a lot of you are watching the pateas game game in denver. no weather there. it is close to 40 degrees panly dre and winds not big issue and 40 is are we are headed bay inex week. fingers crossed for the patriots this weekend. emily: all right, thank you, so far quiet start. a live look outside for you at route 1 in saugus. southbound side moving to to the bottom of the screen. we are moving at good pace. let's go to the map us now to see the rest of the ride and not seeing too many delays this. the only busy spots the expressway as you travel north of grant avenue. 2 a minutes to praintree to boston which is typical this im too of morning.
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495 to 128 ap still in good shape north of town as well. 93 southbound not seeing any delays. we would normally see them here. a little bit of volume to here. ok. i am olessa, that is a k willing a the of traic. >> grab it. smack. randy: not backing down. right now, brockton police are searching for the knife-wield robber here. right now, brockton police are searching for the knife-wielding robber who got more than he bargained for from a clerk. the eye's erika tarantal is here with the quick decision that clerk had to make. erika: she grabbed that wooden club. a you are not going to like this. he says i don't want to get in trouble. i don't want to get in trouble.
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i love everybody. i love everybody. everybody calls me mom. erika: she was gening a from shall sured pem ry. she named the store after her daughter who pass aid way 13 year ago. she was not hurt. this morning, police still looking for that suspect. emily? emily: thank you. this friday morning: asian stocks soaring overnight as a bounce in oil prices trigger a rebound in the global market. right now, u.s. stock futures are also sharply higher after gains on thursday. today wall street will be watching for new numbers on home sales. a more than00 million hit.
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strong but therefore in there cargo market has stalled in recent months. randy: a mu push to keep ride share customers safe. the districttors have joined growing calls to fingerprint uber and lyft drivers that would help regulate the apps and keep riders safe. prosecutors also want background checks done in massachusetts and out of state. randy: a former alaska airlines pilot is charged with being drunk behind the controls. federal prosecutors in arntson was under the influence of alcohol and drugs when he piloted two flights on june 20, 2014. one from san diego to portland. another from portland to orange county. his blood-alcohol level tested when he landed was nearly double the legal limit to drive a car. emily: plenty of people are scared of spiders, but one dad probably wishes he had kept his composure. emily: the freakout going viral,
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erika? erika: then new at 6:30, parting words from a patriot. what gronk is not worried about ahead of the afc championship game. beloved dogs stolen from a couple in somerville. the surveillance video could reunite them with the pets. emily: plus a toddler wandering on the highway.
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emily: 6:24 now on friday morning. all eyes on this here. the strengthing storm that is going to hit the mid lant tick states very hard this weekend. we're on the northern edge of that storm system that is did he going to produce some snow across our area. we're going to get fringed by it. the south coast, the cape and eye in las have potential to see the most snow where winter storm watches are up. we have the best chance of seeing six inches or more of snow. the amount will drop off pretty sharply north of there. the snow comes in on saturday afternoon. it is gone sunday morning. temperatures both days this weekend in the 30's with gusty winds looping the coastline. randy?
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6:24. emily: when it cops to creepy crawley things. take a look. j screaming] [screaming] >> daddy, you scream like a little girl. are funny. emily: he starts running. he didn't think it was too funny when he walked through a spider web. he got this varial video though. randy: family is having a good time with this. do it again. emily: heration lesson in what not do at the gem. gym. >> 855 pounds. going to end poorly every time. randy: that was tough. emily: he should be proud of himself. probably lucky the weights fell off and nothing broke. nobody else got hurt either. the spotter didn't get hurt. not a good idea ever. all right.
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emily: cindy has overnight detail on the track, time line, the chances for snow here. randy: break overmight, an out-of-control car crashing right foo a swimming pool. >> the car owner is not the one feeling embarrassed this
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emily: caught in the act. >> he broke our hearts. it is part of our family. emily: the desperate plea after two dogs are snatched out of their home on the eye. announcer: with you a watching wcvb newscenter 5's boston's news leader. good morning, this is wcvb newscenter 5 eyeopener. randy: 6:30. this is. i a storm that could dump feet of snow on the mid-atlantic. randy: good morning, i'm randy emily: and i'm emily riemer with cindy fitzgibbon. randy: who can answer that for us? cindy: i have been trying to figure that out all week long. the further south that you are in newng lan, down along the sentence south coast, the cape end that island, this is where we have the best chance of seeing about six inches of snow. and because of that.
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issued a winter storm watch for saturday into sunday morning. we are just on the edge. for snow and wind when the winds get involved with a foot of snow in new york city. going to create blizzard conditions. blizzard warnings up now from long island to new york down through philly and d.c. then you get south of there. then look at the winter storm warnings in pink here going to the deep south. the storm is really just starting to get going and once it transfers to the coastline, it is really going to ramp up with powerful indiana winds look at the heavy snow tomorrow morning. new york down to d.c. but getting closer to new england. during the day on saturday into the evening hour. some that snow is going to lift into our area. the areas south of the pipe are going to see the most of it. in fact, a sharp cutoff. once you get north of the pipe. there is potential nor. 0. there is also the potential for couple of inches so that's the range south of boston, two to fours the range i have you in now. the highest numbers closer to six inches along the immediate
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and the cape and the island. temperatures this morning are rupping to the teen. so it is a cold start but going to be a qi quiet day. mostly sunny skies. winds not as strong up to 30 this afternoon. more on the storm in than he coastal im pas coming up. out to the roads now. throws quiet, too. olessa? olessa: southbound side moving to the bottom of the screen t. so far we're going ok. let's go thoughp mas now to see the rest of the trip as you head south ap make the way along 24 and 95 and route 3 from way mouth to braintree looking good. the busiest spot now the expressway. 23 minutes into about boston. 93 southbound also nice and lightout of methuen. connector. train and buses are doing ok. so far the trains and buses are on schedule. emily? randy: the eyeopener's kelley tuthill is at logan airport where even without a direct hit,
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kelley: it is affecting air travel. the name of the game is to stay ahead of the storm. many people here already that early hour understand they may not get out at all. travelers we caught up with last night at logan airport were glad to have landed in boston. some telling us family members got stuck at other airports. starting today, all american airline flights were canceled in charlotte and extends to washington and baltimore starting tomorrow. united will suspend flights at dulles starting this afternoon. many airlines are offering waivers, so check ahead so you know what you are in for. another thing to keep in mind, amtrak is also modifying the schedule here in the northeast corridor. live in the airport, kelley tuthill, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. breaking overnight, at least 20 people are dead after a terror attack in somalia. this ended early this morning.
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killed by somali special forces. randy: a wild crash is under investigation in cambridge. the car ended up in a swimming pool at a condo complex. valet was trying to park the car when he says the mat got wedged under the accelerator, no one hurt. emily: today we'll get a look at before their big sunday showdown. the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is live at gillette stadium with the final preparations. antoinette: well, if anyone is able to get on the flight, it will be the patriots. we will hear from them one last time before the next stop on the road to the super bowl. all eyes on quarterback tom brady. he is 0-2 in the playoffs in denver. something that he would clearly like to change on sunday. what difference he is bringing some serious offense with him
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offense the broncos would clearly like to take out including gronk, but for his part, gronk says he is not worried about those low-hits to the knee in the mile high city. >> this is part of the game. you just got to be aware of it. maybe you got to step up my game a little bit. maybe throw, i don't know how many i got. antoinette: gronk says he likes to go at full speed all the time. that we have certainly have seen. we will hear from the coach later on this morning. that is expected to happen around 7:00. live here at gillette stadium this morning, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. emily: wcvb newscenter 5's is your ticket to all the afc championship excitement! be reporting live from denver beginning tomorrow night and all day sunday. randy: caught in the act. a burglar carrying away two stolen dogs. right now, the somerville family is pleading for help to bring back their beloved pets.
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have plastered their neighborhood with posters of the dogs. they say a burglar broke into the apartment tuesday stealing jewelry and valuables and the dogs. minutes later, this man was seen on surveillance. the dogs are well-known in the neighborhood. the family says the theft may not be random here. >> this person, i don't know, it is just horrible monster to me. he broke our hearts. he took part of our family. randy: the thief can bring the dogs back no questions asked. they have also posted a reward. randy: 5 investigates on in the of a questionable practice. emily: the move to keep juggling women out of prison. and getting the right refund.
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deserve. randy: and cindy continues
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>> good morning. welcome back to the eyeopener. this live look. this is the busiest spot now.
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delays which are normal this time of morning. 25 minutes in boston. the rest of the area seeing the friday frye daylight delays. busy in your department. you got it. i was noticing there less of that light there on the horizon. sunup at 7:07. getting a little bit dev light each morning. all eyes are focus on the big storm set to upon the mid-atlantic with feet of snow. wore the northern em of that storm with snow approach are the south saturday afternoon and first thing sunday morning. a lot of wind at the coast will go over details but once we get past the storm annex week and back to the 40's monday and taus day. emily? emily: thank you. 5 investigates went inside mti framingham last fall and found more than 1,000 women have been locked up over a five-year span
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addiction and had been committed by judge. well, that bill now heads to the governor who says he will sign it. emily: around the corner, scams are on the rise designed to treat you out of the refund. the first warning sign, avoid people who base their fee on percentage of your refund. second, is your tax preparer asking the right question not asking about deductions and credits could be a sign that something is wrong. when in doubt, the irs says look for preparer tax identification number, then you know you are getting legitimate help. randy: claims of racism. randy: claims of racism at a prestigious boston school and a new warning on the dangers of hpv. it's ahead in news to go. plus, a toddler found wandering on the highway. the lesson two parents are learning the hard way. live camera here in charlotte, north carolina. already problems ahead of the
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randy: good morning. 6:44. good morning. the eyeopener. we're following breaking news in cambridge. why we're live at low gn and gillette and erika has the boston store clerk. first, though shall, take a look.
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the big brunt of this storm is moving north right now. sunday, are you been busy trying to keep track of this. cindy: a huge storm. look at the color on those map. clear skies now. the wind out of the northwest around 15. about as high as it gets tay. the winds are not as strong. it still feels like 0 out the door in worcester, so you want to be dressed for that. high this afternoon, mid to upper 20's. boston north and west in the city along the coastline and the cape. a little closer to 30 today with lots of sunshine. notice the windchill will hover in the teens to around 2. quiet overall.
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look at the snow around memphis this morning. severe weather expected today along the gulf coast. this storm system in the strengthening phase now. look where it is going to be by tomorrow morning at 8:00 am. sitting off the coast of north carolina, pounding new york city, d.c., with blizzard conditions. strong winds, heavy snow, reduced visibility. travel is not recommended at to the south here in the next 2 by saturday evening, some of that snow is sneaking up to southern new england before the storm heads offshore. the further south here, we have a winter storm watch. the south coast, the cape and the island. the blunt of the snow in feet. still focused down to the mid atlantic states. add to the northern edge of this creeps in during the afternoon
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there will be some snow, maybe even sneaking up north of boston through saturday evening, saturday night, then this will also pull away quickly on sunday morning. may be a little bit of mixing on the outer cape, but this along the south coast, where we have the winter storm watch, expecting the most snow. potential of six inches or more. the amounts a drop-off the further north you go. you want to stay tuned. this storm has been changing and the slightest little bit north south will shift the bans of snow, but the south coastal areas likely the most impact with the snow and the strong winds may lead to coastal flooding at the time of high tide early on sunday morning. all right. out to the roads now. quiet weather today. we apply it as well. live look here. coming to the bottom of the screen. traffic is nice and light. let's go to the maps to see the rest of your ride as you travel south. not seeing any major volume.
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minutes from braintree to boston. the pipe is 15. 495 to 128 then north of town, a little bit of volume. then a little bit tap of the brakes, so far so good heading out. they are doing fine. randy, emily? randy: all right, concerns about iconic landmark. randy: the eyeopener's kelley tuthill is at logan airport where even without a direct hit, things will be tough. kelley: it is affecting air travel. the name of the game is to stay ahead of the storm. many people here already that early hour understand they may not get out at all. travelers we caught up with last night at logan airport were glad to have landed in boston. some telling us family members got stuck at other airports. starting today, all american airline flights were canceled in charlotte and extends to washington and baltimore starting tomorrow. united will suspend flights at dulles starting this afternoon. many airlines are offering waivers, so check ahead so you know what you are in for. another thing to keep in mind, amtrak is also modifying the schedule here in the northeast corridor. live in the airport, kelley tuthill, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: thank you. you can get the latest stormteam 5 forecast, live radar and real-time closings and delays
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store. randy: out-of-control car crashes into a wall and into an indoor pool here in cambridge. take a look. they are repairing the huge hole the car left the side of the condo complex. this is the scene earlier this morning. fortunately, no one in the path of the car or inside of that pool. investigators say it traveled about 100 feet at high rate of speed. police say this all happened around 11:15 last night. now valet was parking the car. he told investigators a rug got stuck under one of the peddles after the crash, valet got himself out from the car then taken to mass general with minor injuries. they have ruled this crash an accident. emily: today, we are going to the patriots one last time before they hit the road for denver for sunday's big game. all eyes are on tom brady right
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he is 2-6 in games played in denver. 0-2 in the playoffs in the mile high city. tv12 and pats' nation hoping this is not a repeat of the afc championship game two years ago. this time around, brady is bringing serious offense with him. a healthy gronk, edelman. we'll hear from the coach bill belichick one last time before they head out later this morning at 7:00. live at gillette stadium, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: of course, you can stay home. mike lynch and bob halloran will be reporting live from denver beginning saturday night and all day sunday. emily: a store clerk refuses to backdown to a would-be robber. >> he said give me all the money you have in the cash register. grab it! then, i smack him with it. emily: every moment of that drama caught on this surveillance video, luckily after the good whack, you can
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alvarez opened the market eight years ago in memory of her daughter and when she grabbed that club, she was defending herself and her daughter's memory. this morning, police still looking for that suspect. emily? emily: thank you. the boston police department facing a lawsuit now. a civil rights group suing the department. the test challenged in court because of the reliability when it comes to minority hair types. the group alleges the department has failed to respond to public records request from more than a year ago. randy: 12 marines are declared dead after a chopper crash off the coast of hawaii. two choppers went down there. corporal christopher olando was among those who disappeared in last week's crash. a five-day search turned up no signs. corporal was the 2010 graduate. 23 years old. emily: breaking overnight, somalia. more than 20 people are killed at a beachfront restaurant began last thursday. the gunman and bombers were
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randy: a boost in school security this morning after another threat to the city's public schools. the spokesman says the bomb threat came in through the e-mail yesterday about today. investigators have found no evidence to substantiate that. they say extra security is in place this morning as precaution. emily: an investigation underway at the boston's oldest public school over a message in a student video. two boston latin students posted a video on youtube calling on the school to hold students accountable for racist behavior and negative racially tinged comments. school officials are holding a meeting today the black student group to discuss ways of creating more inclusive climate. the old avenue bridge in boston is coming down. the coast guard says it is
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collapse. now word of a potential collapse comes as the city revealed a plan to spend $100 million to build a new bridge that is tied to boston. the city is looking for ways to preserve it. randy: startling sight here. the toddler found wandering the highway. on the highway. the lesson two parents are learning the hard way. randy: new research says the human papillomavirus raises the risk of cancer. it will surpass cervical cancer as the most common hpv cancer. two-thirds of the population infected with the virus. head and neck cancers will surpass cervical cancer as the most common cancer. two thirds of the population is
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>> hi. this is denna. i am wishing i could be with you at the game tonight, but i wanted to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for all the love, support, and prayers you have been sending my way. go! emily: thank you from a hockey player severely hurt during the women's winter classic. denna laing suffered a severe spinal injury. last night, the message played during the bruins' game and they held a fund-raiser to help with her care. before the game, the bruins' three-game winning streak came to an end. back and forth at the garden. they were down late in the second period when hayes ties it up.
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own, then it is brad marchon who ties it in the third, but scored the next two goals. 4-2 is the final there. >> this is 93 southbound out of methuen. looks great down as you pass by 128 and that volume does pick up and stays stop and go to the connector. trainance buses now running back on schedule. cindy it has been busy in your department watching the storm. cindy: we gat winter storm watch now including the cape and the islands. boston north and west in the city along the coastline and the cape. we have a winter storm watch. the south coast, the cape and the island. still focused down to the mid atlantic states. add to the northern edge of this during the afternoon hours on saturday. there will be some snow, maybe even sneaking up north of boston through saturday evening,
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also pull away quickly on sunday morning. maybe a little bit of mixing on the outer cape, but this along the south coast, where we have the winter storm watch, expecting the most snow. potential of six inches or more. the amounts a drop-off the further north you go. you want to stay tuned. this storm has been changing and the slightest little bit north south will shift the bands of snow, but the south coastal areas likely the most impact with the snow and the strong winds may lead to coastal flooding at the time of high tide early on sunday morning. all right. look at it lifting northward by saturday morning. it is to our south, blizzard conditions from new york to d.c. and then the northern edge of that snow on saturday morning is to the south. during the day on saturday, it is going to creep northward because it will snow for a time saturday night before it exits
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i am thinking now. it is down along the south coast and the islands where we could six inches or more of show. the amounts will dropoff dramatically and the potential for 2 to 4 inches of snow south of boston once you get north of the city. you could see something to perhaps couple of inches.
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