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tv   Newscenter 5 Eyeopener  ABC  February 12, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EST

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>> good morning, it is february 12. school bus driver goes to court today. the accusations that he was drunk behind the wheel. emily: flames for in a home in norton. the destruction left behind. randy: police tell us it is the worst case of animal cruelty they have ever seen. emily: we look into all of those stories but first we want to check in with randy. cindy: it feels like below zero right now. it is currently feeling like a below in boston. that is the windchill.
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the temperatures themselves are down in the single digits all the way down to the cape. worcester is just one, sitting at zero. this is not the coldest of the air that is coming. that is still sitting to our north and west. another front will be coming through, as it does so, it will bring even colder air for your saturday. high pressure. sunshine today. a few clouds. we go from the single digits only into the 20' s. with increasing clouds. wind chill will feel like they are below zero through 9:00 a.m. and only get to the teens later today. the coldest most dangerous time is when the windchill will get close to 30 below zero. we will talk more about that. let us had out to the roads. olessa: good morning.
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is down moving on the top of this green. sober, we are -- so far, we are in good shape. south of town, you are in good shape. 24, no problem. same story along the pike and route nine. we are expecting the trains and the buses to start the morning schedule on-time. emily: if fire is now down and out in norton. the call came in at 11:50 p.m. last night. a mother and their desk and her two adult sons meted out safely. randy: this cool bus driver is facing a judge. he is accused of being drunk behind the wheel during a serious crash. they say that scott missed a bus stop so he backed right into a power pole which left active electrical wires draped over the school bus. children on board.
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the bus company says the driver has been suspended. emily: ray flynn is undergoing medical test after crashing into a home in south boston. in a statement he said he passed out behind the wheel yesterday on flint place while driving home from the gym. the 76-year-old suffered a concussion. no one else was hurt. randy: the driver in this head and run will be facing a judge today. once again. police called the suspect a dangerous, career felon. emily: we were in woburn with the charges he is being faced with. kelly: the hit and run is one crime in an alleged spree the suspect. charges and a salt and battery on a police officer. dell gato was tracked down after
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he was trying to get away when he assaulted a police officer who was investigating a theft. he took them on a wild ride. >> don' t you have any conscious. that you hit someone. that the person has got to bed for his life. kelly: p got suffered a couple of -- pika suffered a couple of injuries. the suspect should be arraigned in district court in just a short time. randy: said site here on -- a new hampshire dog neglected so badly you can hardly tell it is a dog. police tell us it is the worst case of animal cruelty they have ever seen. tuukka women are facing charges. the dog was found in an abandoned apartment in londonderry. the dog was neglected for so
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>> the for on the dog' s feet or pause was lifted up and pulled into its claws. randy: the dog is recovering. it is now staying with a foster family. the two women turned themselves in yesterday. they are expected in court today. emily: sanders and hillary clinton are heading back to the campaign trail after their first showdown since new hampshire and the race is getting more heated. we are here with some brief fiery moments. erica: sanders lasted his rival for saying that he wanted to get rid of obamacare. >> i have thought my entire life to make sure that health care is a right for all people. erica: both candidates got fired up with donations from wall street.
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that either president obama or myself would in any way not stand up to do what is best for the american people. erica: hillary clinton has two south carolina today. bernie sanders will attend a forum on race in minnesota. emily: republicans are also busy, most of them in south carolina except for donald trump. he will hold a rally in florida today after making an appearance in luis and -- in louisiana yesterday. ted cruz was in south carolina yesterday. john kasich from jeb bush, and marco rubio will all hold events there. george w. bush will join his younger brother at a rally on monday. 17 years after columbine, the mother of the murderer is opening up.
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>> all of these kids. and the teacher. randy: exclusively on abc. >> five investigates that the mbta is paying some drivers to stay home while others earn overtime by filling the shifts. cindy: the wind chills are below
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randy: for the first time in nearly 17 years, we' re hearing from the mother of one of the two teenagers behind a school shooting that changed the country. 13 people were murdered at columbine high school in april of 1999. the mother is now talking about the tragedy. emily: in an exclusive abc interview with diane sawyer , the mother opens up about the massacre. >> i remember sitting there and reading about them. all of these kids.
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i kept thinking -- i constantly thought -- how i would feel if it was the other way around in mine. i would feel exactly the way i know i would. emily: you can watch diane sawyer' s full interview on a at 10:00 and that will be followed i news at 11:00. randy: a popular rideshare service is settling two lawsuits. the safety procedures customers say they lied about. it critically claimed --
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morning. the weekend may not be so good. cindy: it is cold. like we have not seen. there have only been a thousand -- a handful of times that we boston.
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is happening this weekend. these are the wind chills you need to dress for out the door. a below in boston and 14 below in worcester. the windchill warning is not this morning. it goes into effect at 4:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon through noontime on sunday. the wind chills are likely to drop between 25-30 degrees below zero. that is dangerous. you need to limit your time outdoors. you can get frostbite in about 10 minutes time. picture the has are indoors and the kids inside also. you can see, we' ll so have the combination of the wind and the cold hardly impacting us now but going into saturday night, it has the biggest impact into sunday morning. the coldest of the air is still to come. it is zero in orange. 16 down in nantucket.
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miles per hour. the wind chills will be running at about zero at 9:00 and then up into the teens this afternoon. temperatures will come up to 20-25 degrees. we started out with a lot of sunshine but clouds on the increase as we get deeper into the day. we are watching two things, it is so much colder to the north. there is an arctic funnel boundary to the north and there is also a system hitting the coast. clouds coming in after the sunshine this afternoon. as we go into this evening, there will likely be some snow showers. overnight, it a storm heading out to see will brush the outer tip of nantucket with a couple of inches of snow. there may be some steadier snow developing close to boston during the overnight hours. overnight, we will see the temperatures holding in these
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tomorrow, we will see the temperatures fall during the day. the coldest of the air comes in sunday morning and that is when we have the potential of setting record low temperatures. 10 below in worcester sunday morning. five below in boston. those would be records for the day. saturday' s timeline -- the temperatures will drop. we started out in the teens. as we get to noontime, temperatures will begin to fall. as we go into the evening hours, temperatures will drop below zero and by sunday morning, here is the core of the cold. well below zero across a good portion of the area. it will be all about the windchill. windchill values sunday morning, anywhere from 20-30 degrees below zero. those will last through the morning hours in sunday. and the afternoon, the windchill will stay below zero all day long.
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on tuesday. little bit of snow and ice. temperatures will be in the 40' s so we will turn over to rain. emily: this morning is i cannot imagine it getting any colder. bundle up. here is a live look outside at route one come south side heading towards the bottom of the screen. lettuce head over to the maps. overnight construction, not a morning. south. it will be clearing in the next 20 minutes or so. looking good on route three. in the same on 95. no issues on the expressway. you are in good shape along the pike and route nine. trains and buses expecting them to start the morning on schedule. randy: 4:48 a.m.
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down the drain each year, paying some employees to stay home. the results of scheduling and staffing limitations involving the safety rules to have the drivers have 10 hours of rest before starting their next shift. investigators found cases where some drivers were paid to stay home because the schedules did not give the required amount of rest time. and then the mbta pays overtime to cover those ships. >> it doesn' t make any sense. >> it is a result of our scheduling system. if we could use an electronic system, we could build a schedule where this did not exist. randy: management claims part of the problem on the antiquated paper system that drivers used to pick their shifts. the union would agree to a trial period of electronic roster and
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emily: in rhode island. only for some drivers. imposing tolls on tractor-trailers. $20 to cross the state along i-95. out-of-state drivers who caused the most damage to the roads. keller. lawsuits over safety. the class action suits claim that uber misled customers over safety procedures and fees. customers claim that is a lie. the settlement impacts about 25 million riders. the judge must still uproot the deal. emily: asian markets -- the japanese index took a dive.
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randy: the new hampshire house of representatives has killed a bill that would legalize for relational use of marijuana. supporters want to stop criminalizing users but opponents cite a growing her when epidemic and making that connection in the state. emily: actress meryl street is facing some backlash over, the she made during the berlin international film festival. a reporter asked her about the all white panel and said some people are not happy with her response. >> we are all from africa originally. we are all africans. emily: when asked about understanding films from north africa and the middle east, she admitted she did not know much about that region but she had played a lot of different people from different cultures.
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randy: the titanic ship ii -- its launch has been pushed back. the original 2016 launch is now rescheduled for 2018. the maiden voyage will be from eastern china to dubai. emily: a new music video is getting a lot of attention online. it shows the performers flipping and floating. it was not easy. the lead singer lacked out on camera at one point. at one point. emily: still ahead, a man in california becomes an unexpected millionaire. randy: we will show you exact moment of his reaction, the moment he realizes what he has one day. this was just one of the long
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on tuesday.
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randy: good morning. we are following breaking news. emily: firefighters are now investigating a fire at a home in norton. the fight -- the flames broke out at around 11:15 p.m. last night. the home is considered a total loss. randy: a shelter employee in the
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autistic oyster who lives at the shelter. he was charged with hitting the boy and dragging him up ross the floor saturday night. the shelter says the employee is no longer working there. emily: bill cosby' s wife will be forced to give a deposition against her husband in massachusetts. a federal court judge ruled yesterday that camille cosby does have to answer questions under both about the alleged sexual assault of seven women. she can claim marital privilege. randy: boston police and city leaders are taking action to combat gangs finally -- following the death of three teenagers just months a part. it comes not longer after a federal sweep of a gang revealing a recruitment push inside this goal. they are turning their attention there and two playgrounds and sports fields.
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on a high -- how is a sanchez was arrested last month and is being held on $50,000 bail on -- -- after his arraignment yesterday. randy: turning to the opioid crisis. it is now expanding to dental schools. the governor says the dental medicine schools will introduce training for abuse prevention and management into the curriculums. it is similar to a program being schools. one estimate is that 80% of prescriptions that are abused are written by dentist. emily: taking it out on the winnipeg jets. the bees really cranked up the goals. they win, 6-2.
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he is obviously there he happy about that. this california man just opted for a scratch ticket and became a millionaire. he is a pizza delivery guy who just one thing $1.2 million. i think he is sweating there. he says he still plans to be at work on time. what is wrong with him? emily: maybe he has had too much to drink. cindy: check out the windchill out the door this morning. this is what you need to dress for. it feels like subzero out there all the way down to nantucket. in boston, the windchill is eight below. this is not the core of the cold. it will get colder into the weekend. it is that timeframe from saturday night into sunday morning that the cold will be extreme.
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when that happens, you can get frostbite on exposed skin in about 10 minutes. this is cold you need to take seriously. the core of it is still up in canada. it will be getting in here saturday night into sunday. we could be talking about record cold temperatures. we do have a wind chill more -- wind chill morning and it will go into effect at 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. we are tracking the cold for the weekend but we are also tracking a little bit of snow for tonight. clouds increasing at 6:00. if you have plans to be out, there may be a few snow showers. along the south coast, the cape, all the way up to the south shore. this is where we will see snow showers give way to steadier snow over the overnight hours. that will lead to snow of at least a few inches. another burst of snow.
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-- arctic froal boundary. there is the potential for up to a couple of it is not just the snow by it is all about the cold this weekend. randy: a school bus crashes with student on board. why police say the driver should not have been behind the wheel. emily: democrats debate for the first time since the new hampshire primary. the claims they' re both denying this morning. randy: a dog found abandoned and weak. the tip that may have saved its life. it' s on the eye for this friday morning. >> you' re watching wcvb, boston' s news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5' s eyeopener. emily: as we look out over the city of boston, it' s cold. some bitterly cold air is already in place, plus a breeze.


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