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lakes. there might be touch of wintry weather across northern new england and all the activity is pretty far to our west. we are starting out today with just clouds and rain will be moving in and turns windy with temperatures climbing in the 50's late day. it gets colder this weekend but dry and we may get snow by tuesday. much more on that and more as the eye opener continues. >> now on newscenter 5 eye opener. emily: donald trump picking up an endorser as it turns into a battleground. full-court press from a slew of candidates. randy: democrats looking for a tiebreaker. their efforts to pull ahead after a virtual dead heat in iowa. emily: a miraculous landing after a hole tears through the side of a plane. one unsettling explaination for that. it's on the eye this wednesday morning. >> you're watching wcvb boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5 eye opener.
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or trolley this morning this will not be the best situation. imagine dealing with this. about 100,000 people in china sfranded on the platform waiting for trains. what led to this nightmare? thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer. the first days of february have been great. cindy: a lot like may. emily: does it continue? cindy: you know what they say about the april showers in may? randy: bring flowers? cindy: yeah. day. grab an umbrella. the radar now is quiet but will be changing this afternoon. look at the temperatures in the mid 30's in boston but bush administration ott, you're at the freeging mark. 20's showing up. fortunately precipitation is far off to the west so i'm not overly concerned with the threat of freezing rain developing. by the time this makes its way here we'll warm up enough. you see here this is just the beginning, frontal boundary
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through the tennessee valley. this is what is coming our way by this evening. as we go through time this morning, clouds thicken up but mainly dry for most of us here through 8:00 this morning. thereafter if you're from worcester on westward, you may see a couple showers by lunchtime but the bulk of the weather comes in at lunchtime to the afternoon. by your evening commute you're talking rain in the yellows, indicating potential for heavier downpours and will turn quite wet by day's end. we'll be in the lower 50's by the end of the day as the wind pick up out of the south-southeast to 15-20 miles per hour. as we get deeper in the day, the rain impacts ramp up so the evening commute likely will be challenging weatherwise. let's get you to your morning commute. how are we doing? olessa: so far good shape. inside route 1, saga headed to the bottom of the screen, a nice right in both directions. going to the maps and checking out your trips, no complaints.
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clearing at the zakim and expressway by the bay mall, no problems on 24, 95, route 3 and construction picking up now 128 north great plain av to highland av. trains and buses starting on schedule. emily: it's a full-court press in the granite state. candidates swarming new hampshire before days for the first primary vote. randy: kelley tuthill is in bow where things are starting early there. kelley: marco rubio is the man who shook thing up in iowa and is due in bow at 8:00 this morning and no rest for the weary with so much on the line. the trail will be crowded here today. ted cruz, jeb bush, chris christie, carly fiorina and john gilmore will be there. trump is headed to quark and was here last night and left with a parting gift. trump picked up an endorsement from former massachusetts senator and now new hampshire resident scott brown.
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events for the g.o.p. candidate called trump an agent of change. after a tough loss in iowa, trump was back to his signature blunt style. donald: wouldn't you rather have trump. as president? we'll beat the [beep] out of them. kelley: trump is favored in new hampshire according to the polls but iowa showed us the only numbers that really matter are the votes tallied after next tuesday. i'm kelley tuthill, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: the republicans meet for a debate before the primary and happens saturday night. our live coverage begins at 8:00 p.m. the democrats are on a mission of their own, turn a virtual tie in iowa to a win in new hampshire and the eye's erika tarantal with how the candidates are stepping it up. erika: the rates in new hampshire are that important for hillary clinton and bernie sanders after clinton's razor
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the frontrunner spoke to a packed auditorium in hampton. the latest polls give senator bernie sanders a big lead but clinton pulled out a surprise victory before in 2008. neither is giving any ground. hillary: senator sanders is a neighbor but i think we'll have a good contest talking about what results we can produce and what our records have been. bernie: if we win in new hampshire after our great showing in iowa, we'll do well in nevada and south carolina. together not only are we going to win this election but more importantly, we're going to transform our great country. kelley: bill clinton is stumping for his wife in south carolina. emily? emily: thanks, erika. tomorrow night there is a
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showdown before the primary next tuesday. randy: we have an update on a helicopter crash that killed 12 u.s. marines including a massachusetts man off the coast of hawaii. the marine corps says trace elements of d.n.a. were found during search and rescue operations and the d.n.a. identified some of the victims. it's not clear which ones. 23-year-old marine corporal christopher orlando of hingham was on one of those choppers that crashed last month. today the long time girlfriend of murderer whitey bulger heads back to the federal court in boston. catherine creig is expected to plead guilty to contempt charges. she refuses to give information about people who helped bulger in his 16 years on the run. creig is serving eight years for helping the boston crime boss avoid capture. emily: right now the driver behind this tragic crash is preparing to learn his punishle. this case has been full of emotional twists and turns for everyone involved.
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antonio is live at the courthouse in brighton on what to expect today. antoinette: we know emotions will be running high today. so many lives were shattered by that devastating crash three years ago. 20-year-old nicolas pap do luss was charged with causing the crash that injured several people including the man in the car he hit on jamaica plains arborway. kevin cellucci was at the courthouse when the verdict went down. the father of three can't walk, talk or eat because of his injuries. at that time a family spokesperson described how their lives had been changed. >> he requires around the clock care and it's an awful situation, awful situation. and he does have three young boys. antoinette: tap do luss -- papadopoulos agreed to plead guilty but after the judge told
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in jail he changed his mind. family members are expected to be here for today's sentencing and we will be here as well to let you know what happens. we're live in brighton this morning, antoinette antonio, wcvb, newscenter 5. emily: two investigations are underway for a boy rushed to the hospital. the boston police and families is looking what happened before kenai whyte was taken to the hospital with traumatic injuries. d.c.f. spoke to a caretaker two days before the incident and that worker claims he was fine and well fed. randy: three fifth graders in theory well have been diagnosed and go to the town's two different elementary schools in norwell. it's not recommended they take antibiotics but parents are told to watch for symptoms including prolonged coughing
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prosecutors are dropping the case of a shooting of a high school student because of a lack of shooting. the police say the suspects were spotted leaving the roxbury department belonging to former english high dean shaun harrison and is accused of shooting the teen inhe head over drugs. the teen survived and harrison facing trial in may. emily: some lack leaders are calling for change at boston latin after racial problems at the school. they posted a video on youtube and wore all black to show solidarity last week. communities leaders wants anyone who shows any racist behavior to be disciplined. >> why weren't there a swifter and higher response from the md mine -- the administration head master and what is the discipline coming forth? we thank them that they are investigating but how long is it going to take? emily: the superintendent launched an investigation that will take two weeks.
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a plane nearly comes apart mid flight. randy: amazing. what the passengers heard before a hole burst open forcing an emergency landing in the plane. and a new warning for women and alcohol this morning. the head up for anyone who is not on birth control. emily: eggs and egg whites the focus of one health mystery. the other, misconceptions that could be holding up your diet. cindy? cindy: it's dry this morning but rain later today. when to expect some downpours. the time line is ahead. you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. we're sitting at the freezing mark in worcester. just above in boston now. but notice only in the 20's as you're getting ready to head
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>> good morning. randy: all right.
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this is in a school in everett. delivering a wake-up call. danielle, budding meteorologist there. hope none takes your place. cindy: thanks for that wake-up call. if you'd like to see yourself recorded go to our website. go to the youlocal section and upload your video. emily: an umbrella this morning? cindy: you want it with you but won't need it until lunchtime but the evening commute won't be fun weatherwise. the downpours coming in. look at the radar p. it's quiet and will continue to be that way for the next few hours. rain impacts on your morning hours are quite low, low to medium into lunchtime and look what happens this afternoon into tonight. they're going way up as the rain will be coming in and we'll see downpours as well. talking about mid 30's now, boston to beverly and upper
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worcester not freezing, and 20's in orange down to springfield and a little chilly this morning but we have a wind strengthening from the south-southeast and will bring in temperatures before the rain moves in. you see how the wind comes up over the course of the day. by lunchtime the winds up 20 miles per hour and that may see gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour by the time we get to this evening. wind and rain on the day. you see the bulk of the rain now lifting northeast ward through central and western parts of new york state and on the extreme leading edge of this, there's a little bit of snow near the canadian border but we're watching the frontal boundary. see the yellows? these are heavy downpours and will work on in as we get towards the evening. as the front approaches the winds pick up and they're topping into this, 50's and 60's, current temperatures now and that's what will be working on in. the temperatures are in the 30's this morning. we'll climb up in the 40's through lunchtime and then it's
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we'll start to get up into the 50's. in fact, i think we'll see the high temperatures this evening and that's when we should be in the lower 50's across most of the area and even mid 50's possible down to the south. so it's a warm, windy setup and the rain takes the time getting on in. by 8:00 this morning most of us are still primarily dry and through lunchtime, best chances of seeing a shower are from worcester on west. as we get into the afternoon, here comes the rain. the evening commute will feature downpours. look at this on the south coast of the cape heading into this evening. this is where we could see lightning and thunder with a potential for that through the late evening hours and then by the morning hours tomorrow, everything is starting to shift offshore and we'll see a clearing trend as we get into the day tomorrow. in terms of how much rain, the heaviest in southeastern massachusetts, or otherwise it's a half inch to an inch and the temperatures holding near 50 degrees. we'll start out near 50 tomorrow and hold steady throughout the day.
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kind of hold on the mild side through thursday but we'll watch the frontal boundary offshore thursday night with a wave of low pressure will sneak up along it first thing on friday. take a look, it really is impacting southeastern most massachusetts. temperatures will be marginal for rain or snow. there's a chance we could see a bit of a mix here early on friday. southeastern massachusetts with a minor accumulation and then we're quieting down for the weekend. it's cooler and the cold air sets the stage by tuesday for a possible winter storm. something we haven't seen much of this season. possibility of snow on tuesday. emily: thank you, cindy. so far it's a quiet start. olessa: no weather problems. route 1 looking good. let's go to the maps and check out what else is going on. it's a quiet start. the overnight construction is out of the way if you're headed into boston, roadwork at the zakim that picks up early and
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bay mall. route 3 is quiet from sharon to 128. the construction by great plain av on 128 is going well. no issues on 93 southbound down into boston and looking good on route 1 and 3. trains and buses starting on schedule. randy? randy: thank you. this happened on this plane. an airplane ripping open midair, forcing an emergency landing. two people were hurt on that plane. somali officials are saying there's no evidence of a criminal act so far. they're investigating. passengers on the flight from somalia to javati said they heard a loud bang and saw smoke before the cabin depressurized. the plane landed safely. the passengers got a close look at this. a hole in the fuselage with metal torn back. >> which would suggest quite
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some kind and something like a hand grenade size that would have made this hole on the side of the plane. randy: some aviation experts say a bomb would have created more damage but the security leaders say it could be an attempt by terror leaders to see what brings down an airliner. emily: asian shares struggled after a steep drop in oil prices after stocks plummeted on wall street yesterday. the dow lost 295 points to close 16, 153. right now the stock futures are another blow for boston based draftkings. the fantasy sports operation hawaii. the state's attorney ordered the games are illegal gambling. the company said they disagree with the ruling and hope to work with lawmakers in hawaii to return to the state. randy: a native american tribe
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hall in martha's vineyard, the aquinnah wampanoag tribe now wants to set up hundreds of betting machines in the community center on its land. the state and the town of aquinnah are debating this issue and trying to block the development. an unusual warning for your health this morning. the centers for disease control say that they want any woman under the age of 45 to avoid alcohol if they're not using birth control. the guidelines issued in an effort to reduce the number of babies born with fetal alcohol syndrome. the c.d.c. says about half of all pregnancies in the united states are unplanned and even if planned, most women won't know they're pregnant for the first month or so when they might still be drinking. you think you're eating healthy but some common myths may be derailing your efforts. emily: first you may think egg whites are healthier than the
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40% of protein. fat free always the way to go has caused satisfaction free better to go for a healthy snack that will keep you full longer. finally a coffee creamer is a healthy alternative to coffee add-ins. the people say reading that ingredient list will change that belief and stick with almond or soy milk. randy: you look at the creamer, what is all that stuff? emily: if you can't read the ingredients, you shouldn't eat it. randy: typically you need proper attire to set foot in a store. emily: one shopper in california a notable exception. you'll see this one in eye poppers. erika: a girl makes a bold move to escape from a massive fire and police are calling her the bravest kid they've seen. the zika virus is having an effect ton schools. the precaution that could leave student disappointed.
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reopening soon.
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emily: 5:24 on your wednesday morning. cindy: you'll want an umbrella as you head out the door on this february morning. rain to the west and snow near the canadian border. snow is lifting north and the rain will be starting in it looks like after lunchtime,
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area, making it sooner around worcester. 30's now but 50's by the end of the day. the wind will be picking up, too. this is a snapshot at 5:00 this afternoon and the wind likely gusting around 40 miles per hour, particularly in southeastern massachusetts. it turns wet and windy today. temperatures hold steady in the 50's tomorrow with slow clearing and then we'll watch early friday. could be a little rain or snow first thing on the cape and south western massachusetts. emily? emily: thank you. starting tomorrow there's a big addition and familiar face kg to newscenter 5. marie joins ed harding at 5:00 and 11:00 and our 10:00 newscast coming to metv boston later this month. randy: 5:25. we're here for wednesday's eye poppers. talk about a bad commute? >> massive delays in china
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this was the scene as 100,000 people were stranded at a train station and snow delays travel for the country's new year. by early tuesday some 34,000 people remained at the station. if you think we have it bad -- a sea lion headed out on a shopping free and was captured at a pet store in la jolla. he came through an entryway to the ocean. pages have again viral. during the trip the sea lion seemed most interested in ice cream and a couple customers. randy: i'll have the double pitcher mint. emily: who wants to close when there's ice cream. rob gronkowski making the most of his trademark move. why he's spiking everything at a super bowl gift shop.
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>> now on news center 5 eye opener. new hampshire invasion with less than a week to go, the candidates storm the granite stake. >> the boost donald trump hopes to put the iowa loss in the past. >> fears over the zika virus prompted a change in boston's schools. the activity that now will be offlimits. >> a little girl trapped by flames and home alone. >> i scared someone saying that this is on fire. >> the desperate choice of a hero to help her survive on the eye. >> you're watching wcvb boston's news leader. good morning, this is newscenter 5 eye opener. emily: it's 5:30 wednesday morning as we look at the
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at this point. olessa looking at the roadways. i'm peoplily riemer. randy: and i'm randy price. cindy: it's dry now. we have rain coming in. rain in the month of february and it's going to come at us this afternoon and this evening. the evening commute will feature wet weather. it's dry on radar. we're starting out mostly in the 30's though we've just bumped up to 40 on nantucket. boston at 36, worcester 32. there are some 20's showing up. temperatures will climb as the wind starts to pick up out of the south-southeast and may gust over 30, 40 miles per hour this afternoon but notice how this morning. day. so it turns into a warm and windy afternoon and here comes the rain that we're watching. the northern extent producing some snow near the canadian border but for us it's rain as the cold front approaches this afternoon and this evening the
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in the time line, 8:00 this morning, most areas dry and the northwest corner of the state may feature a few raindrops and that's it. lufrpbl time, worcester on westward we're seeing a few showers but look what happens this afternoon. the evening commute at 5 p.m., the rain and embedded downpours and the rain blowing as well and we could get into thunder by southeastern massachusetts tonight. the impacts of the wet weather increase and will be highest as we get into this afternoon and into tonight. rain on the way for the evening commute. let's get you out on the roads now and check your morning route. olessa, how are we doing? olessa: a live look outside, the expressway looking good it in both directions. the northbound side heading into the distance. we're in good shape both ways. let's go to the maps if you're heading out. so far, no problems or discussion to contend with. south of town you're fine. no problems on the pike.
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93 southbound very quiet from 128 to the connector. trains and buses on schedule. emily? emily: stories we're following on the eye. fewer candidates are campaigning in new hampshire, including seven republicans. donald trump heads south after getting the adonesment of scott brown. bernie sanders and hillary clinton have action today. but hillary was declared the winner by a razor thin margin. the police is investigating the death of a rox bury boy. kenai whyte died because of injuries. they spoke to the caretaker days before the incident. no charges have been filed. randy: boston taking new action over the concerns after growing. the eye opener doug meehan is ear with the impacts on students. doug: good morning. the city is canceling all
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the countries affected by this mosquito borne illness. boston school leaders saying they can't risk the dangerous consequences. the zika virus has been spreading rapidly in south america. this week the world health organization declared a global emergency in the response to the illness which has been linked to serious birth defects in children. boston's superintendent telling "the herald" they'll work with schools to cancel trips to any impacted regions. and they're urging students and staff to watch out traveling on their own especially with winter break coming up. a boston happen mass been affected and recently diagnosed with the zika virus. most people who get the virus don't have symptoms. live in west roxbury, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: there are concerns after a third case of the zika virus appears to have been spread through sexual contact.
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texas now and him a dallas county health experts say the patient had sexual contact with an infected person in venezuela in south america. emily: new this morning payroll figures released show state workers making six figure salaries is up 25%. more than 13,000 employees made 100,000 or more last year. that's about 10% of all workers on the state payroll according to the globe. the state's highest paid employee is the umass men's basketball coach who made over $1 million in salary and other com pen station last year. government center station celt to open next month. it's march 26. the station has been closed nearly two years for major reconstruction. the main goal of that $82 million project is to make the station more accessible for people with disabilities. randy: the tearful plea for freedom. a man convicted of murdering his son and terrorizing his
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>> i saw the blood running when i moved his head. randy: richard seymour has been in prison for three decades for the beating death of his 18-year-old son patrick back in 1986. seymour tied up his wife, his daughter and her friend before he carried out the brutal crime. this is seymour's fourth petition for parole. he's now seeking a step down to men mum security. a daring ice rescue forcing quick thinking from a police officer. emily: the resourceful way he helped the teenager before better equipment arrived. a little girl faced the fire with a due or don't move. making the phi fighters proud of her. randy: and what he did with his
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olessa: good morning. welcome back. you see the expressway, traffic getting by without problems. nice and light in both directions but northbound moving in the distance. accident free and so far construction free. also no weather problems for now, cindy. cindy: for now but that will be changing. look to the west. heading towards lunchtime there will be heavier downpours into the evening hours. wrapping up tomorrow we jump in the 50's with gusty winds late
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fairly steady with slow clearing in the afternoon. watching first thing in southeastern massachusetts for a few rain and snow showers but we dry things out for the weekend. emily? emily: thank you, cindy. these intense flames trapping a little girl, forcing her to make a desperate choice. thankfully she had heroic help on her side. 9-year-old sofya doroshenko was home alone in her new jersey apartment when the fire broke pout. flames quickly consumed the building leaving her with one choice, the third floor balcony so with three police officers waiting below took a leap of faith. sofya: i didn't know what to do and listened to them and just jumped. >> the most confident, brave little kid i ever met. emily: her family lost almost everything in the fire but are thankful for the bravery that saved her life. randy: a campaign "usa today" in new hampshire. and a police officer does double duty.
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traffic court. plus gronk spiking his way through the store. the reason for the smashing spree. ahead.
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after math of a serious storm a week ago. this is in south dakota now. blizzard conditions there with up to 14 inches of snow expected. all right. we have a nice start here in new england today. it may not end that way. cindy: we've been watching that same storm because it has been bringing a lot of wintry weather from iowa to minnesota and you see the bulk of the snow is gone with the storm heading into canada and we'll in on that rain heading to the deep south. there were several tornados yesterday. it's a potent storm system. let me show you what it looks like on radar. i focused everything to the west because that's where the activity is right now. but at that frontal boundary and cold front gets closer to us this afternoon is when we get in on some of the heavier downpours associated with the system. look at the temperatures. we're in the 30's right now but out ahead of that front, 50's and 60's. the front gets closer and winds pick up out of the south we'll
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the 30's to late 40's and the 50's late day so it turns into a warm, windy and eventually a wet day ahead. the temperatures may part with record get again. we got close to wednesday. mid to upper 50's worcester and we'll flirt with these numbers as we get into this evening. the time line, through 8:00 this morning it is dry in most areas but by lunchtime a couple showers breaking out around the worcester area but the heavier rain is to the west and the shift eastward as we get to the afternoon and evening hours. the evening commute will be wet. some heavier downpours are possible and wind gust 30 to 40 miles per hour. look at this over southeastern massachusetts, 8:00, 10:00 tonight could be rumbles of thunder and everything is shifting tomorw and drying things out thursday, looking anywhere from half a inch to an inch of rain. the heaviest should be over cape cod. temperatures hold around 50 delees so tomorrow we'll hold steady in the lower 50's with a
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there do be a mix of rain or snow in southeastern massachusetts early friday. in the meantime we have the dry roads now taking advantage of it, olessa. olessa: it's a quiet start. first a live look at the expressway. the northbound side is looking good from braintree to boston. 93 south at mystic avenue there's a crash blocking a lane. if you're headed there from route 16, expect volume building. in 24, good shape. route 3 is looking good and the expressway busier. you saw it live. braintree into boston. 15-minute ride from the pike 495 to 128 and no major issues from 128 out of methune. watch the accident approaching southbound 23. trains buses are doing ok. emily: a battle in the race for the white house. randy: kelley tuthill is in bow this morning where the candidates hit the ground
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kelley: they better stretch first. marco rubio is due at 8:00 this morning for a town hall. it's a busy day for all the candidates here in new hampshire. we can tell you ted cruz, jeb bush, chris christie, john kasich and carly tee other evena have -- carly fiorina have events. donald trump is in arkansas. donald: those people are like puppets and will take care of the interests. for me i have nobody and want to take care of you and do the right thing. kelley: touting his independence, trump picked up key endorsement last night from former massachusetts senator and new hampshire resident scott brown. the polls show trump lead a crowd in new hampshire. i'm kelley tuthill, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: the new hampshire primary has taken on new importance after the tie in iowa for the democrats. hillary clinton and bernie
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in the granite state. bernie: a political political revolution continues. hillary: make no mistake, we're in a fight to the finish. emily: the latest polls give bernie sanders a lead in new hampshire but clinton pulled out a surprise victory before beating out then senator barack obama in new hampshire in 2008. both clinton and sanders have event around the state today. antoinette, out to you. antoinette: thank you. today is expected to be a very emotional sentencing day in a devastating car crash that happened 2 1/2 years ago in the arborway in jamaica plain. 20-year-old nikolas papadopoulos was found guilty last month of negligent operation for causing the 2013 crash that injured several people, including the man in the car he hit on the arborway, kevin cellucci, a father of three can't eat, walk or talk because of his injuries. a 14-year-old in nikolas
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a traumatic brain injury as well. nikolas papadopoulos initially agreed to plead guilty but when a judge thought he should spend a year in jail he changed his mind and is now facing up to two years behind bars. in newscenter 5. randy: fears of seeka had -- zika have schools canceling trips. this action being taken after yesterday's announcement by the world health organization that the virus health break is a global emergency. school officials saying they're canceling trips in order to safeguard students and the greater boston community with the upcoming winder and spring school where's. many visitors and star are visiting other countries and are being asked to take all preventative measures. they don't have a word how many school trips this will put back. doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: two bills that would have restricted abortions in
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down by a split house. the first bill would have required physicians to attempt to revive a aborted fetus that showed life but could lead to prosecution. the second could have outlawed the most common abortion procedure. randy: a teenager killed in dedham, struck and killed yesterday in the evening commute. the teen is from dedham. foul play is not suspected. emily: police are looking for the thief in billerica. he was wearing a mask covering his face and gloves. police think the robberies may be relate tolt other holdups in nearby communities. martha coakley says she has no interest of becoming president of the university. in a statement obtained by the global, niece out a candidate as many hoped. she looks forward to continuing
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serves as a legal analyst for newscenter 5. randy: investigators say a 13-year-old virginia girl was in an online romance before being stabbed to debt. -- to death. nicole lovell snuck out and her body found in south carolina. charges. the seventh grader told friends she'd regularly sneak out to meet her boyfriend, an 18-year-old she met online. president obama is about to make his first visit to an american mosque during his presidency. mr. president will visit the islamic society of baltimore today and is expected to speak there to hold discussions with community members. the president has visited mosques overseas but never one in the united states during his time in office. emily: a daring rescue in missouri after a 16-year-old boy falls through the ice. a police officer tried to reach the teen with a branch before firefighters brought in equipment to help. now, they'd just had a
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last week and the photographer says that boy was lucky they did. the teen was treated for hypothermia and is expected to be ok. randy: an emerson sophomore student is facing discipline after renting out his dorm room on the air b&b site. he rented the room to three guests on three separate nights. the listing was online for two weeks before the school asked him to remove it. no word on the punishment. emily: the bruins struggled to hold ton a two-goal lead from the first game back from the all-star break. the b's up 3-1 against the maple leafs early in the third period last night but let it slip. minute and a half. the b's get a penalty and the maple leafs take advantage, 4-3 the final. the celtics fared better on the road against the knicks. isiah thomas with 20 points and eight assists in new york.
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the c's won 6-7 games and host the pistons tonight at 7:30. randy: starting tomorrow, maria stephanos will anchor newscenter 5 at 7:00 and 11:00 tomorrow night and our new 10:00 newscast which will be coming to me tv boston later this month. emily: a utah police officer help as father in need at the courthouse. he was waiting for traffic court while his energetic daughter runs in circles and when the time came she wasn't allowed in the courtroom. officer kevin offered to baby sit and worked magic. the 2-year-old took that officer, magic. sleeping soundly when her appear came to get her. emily: nicely done. a patriots fan favorite making a late night appearance. randy: rob gronkowski showing on of his better known skills
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he wanted to give him a gift that was gronk worthy and how better to do that, break everything in the store. he finally found the perfect fit, a toy monkey and the late night host happily accepts it. emily: that spike is a serious thing. the poor people that have to clean up that mess everywhere. look at the temperatures. starting out in the 30's though right at freezing in worcester, 26 in orange and closer to the coastline. we're in the 30's right now. we have wind picking up out of the south-southeast and that wind will increase today. take a look. getting through lunchtime the wind are sustained around 20 miles an hour and we'll get higher later in the day and could be gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour in the coastline and that wind will bring the temperatures up. coming ahead of a frontal boundary. you see heavy rain across central, western new york state
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border, lifting north with the area of low pressure and we'll get to the heavy downpours. the warmth, 50's and lower 60's coming in. i expect late day highs in the 50's here and temperatures holding close to 50 degrees. through 8:00 this morning, most areas are dry with a couple raindrops on the northwest corner of the state and a few showers by lunchtime, primarily worcester on westward and it's through your evening commute we'll see rain with downpours and can't rule out thunder in southeastern massachusetts as we head into tonight. this all will shift offshore after midnight and maybe a lingering shower tomorrow morning on the cape and then see drying conditions tomorrow. the rain totals anywhere from up to an inch and a of had a the rain. temperatures in the lower 50's. into friday the frontal boundary will be stalled
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pressure will sneak along the front close to the coastline. we've been watching all week and now it appears it comes close enough in southeastern massachusetts, the cape and islands of the south coast may get a few rain showers. and when that's out of here the weekend looks dry and it is colder with the potential for a storm around here, a wintry storm by tuesday. that's a long way off. we have wet weather on the way but the roads are dry now, olessa. olessa: it's quiet and we're watching the zakim and lever connector looking good. heading south of town, an accident on 128, southbound at the braintree split so if you're headed that way expect a backup, backing up to route in -- 24. the expressway is quiet, 15-20 from braintree to boston and a 15-minute ride 425 to 198 and a accident cleared from mystic
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they'll build again to concourt street. trains and buses running on schedule. randy and emily? airliner. emily: a troubling best guess to what caused that. eggs are the source of one common health myth. the other misconceptions that ahead.
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