tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 28, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
randy: unfounded claims about the election results. the response this morning from the new england states at the center of the controversy. >> a push for answers after a hit and run in brockton, the new clues police are looking into right now. randy: another injury for rob gronkowski. home game on the eye for monday emily: we're following breaking news off the top. a car collides with a logan airport shuttle bus in chelsea. this is new video in overnight from the scene. no serious injuries. we'll have an update just ahead. thanks for joining us on this monday, november 28, i'm emily riemer.
a chilly start this morning. >> you will want to bundle up. back to work and school on this monday morning. average low temperature this time of year for boston is 34. you can see we're right at that this morning, but the suburbs are colder. 28 in worcester am only in the lower 20s in taunton. north of town, nashua 27 degrees, so bundle up. is a few patchy clouds around but lots of sunshine. kids off the bus this afternoon. it's back up into the 40s, going to be a nice day, as any clouds dissipate under the high pressure, we're in great shape, the sun, still taking a by 10:00, we're in the upper 30s, near 40, and we should be in the low 40s for your lunch hour, topping out in the mid 40s in most areas, and pretty close to average for this time of year. this is what we're watching for tomorrow, rain on the way, the time line on that wet weather just ahead. let's go out to the roads, right now, kevin brennan in for olessa monday morning, getting busy, the expressway, northbound, stop and go traffic now, basically, out of the east milton stretch.
a breakdown by granite avenue, we'll talk about a 20-minute ride, maybe close to 25 minutes, on 93 itself, pushing back to just about route 28 getting the expressway. route 3, a little company in this rockland stretch after union street, 24 northbound, you have got slowdowns already coming out of the brockton stretch. pockets we'll call it, 16 minutes from 128 up to randolph. up to the north, 495 southbound, clear the crash, we had it. the 93 interchange methuen down through 133, and route 3 is getting busy at 129 and chums ford. taking the trains, all lines are running on-time. >> breaking overnight, a car and airport shuttle bus collide in chelsea. this was the scene at 1:30 at the intersection of bellingham and eastern avenue. firefighters say that three people in the car were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. no passengers were on the bus. the driver was not hurt.
a new social media attack from president-elect donald trump right now he is alleging voter fraud in three states. >> one of the states at the center of the allegations, new hampshire. those allegations are not sitting well with granite state leaders. erika now tracking the fallout. >> there is no evidence of voter fraud. president-elect trump went on a tweeting blitz posting a series of comments. the most recent serious voter fraud in new hampshire, virg serious bias, big problem. a spokesperson for new hampshire governor and u.s. senator-elect maggie hasan issuing a statement saying the tweet is unsubstantiate and had claims of voter fraud have earned a rating of pants on fire. california secretary of state also deannouncing the claims. trump returned to new york after spending thanksgiving in florida. he does have a packed schedule
secretary of state, one key position up for grabs, former governor mitt romney is a contender there. and today there is a crucial meeting in wisconsin. election officials there set to discuss a possible time line for the recount requested by green party candidate jill stein. there is no evidence. voting results were hacked or that voting machines were compromised. >> thank you, and right now there is a new clue for police in a hit and run that has a man fighting for his life. the eye's sera congi is in the city of brockton this morning with this new sera? >> the man was hit here on north main street early on friday morning. the driver took off. now police are talking to a person of interest. a banged up gray jaguar is at the center of the investigation. it could help police learn what happened when the victim, a father of three, was hit outside of the spot bar and lounge. 25-year-old sergio david lecona was walking with friends at the
on surveillance. the driver is seen taking off. we've been told the vehicle has been towed, processed, and returned to its owner in brockton and that owner, according to police, were not driving when the victim was hit. he suffered critical injuries and is in critical condition. police are looking for any information the public might have. live in brockton, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> we're wait to get learn how badly a driver was hurt af the woman was taken to the hospital after hitting a utility pole on bel air street. it happened at 9:30. it's not clear what caused the crash or if she will be facing any charges. police have identified the driver who was killed in this weekend crash in boston. investigates say 50-year-old daniel lee's car went over the guardrail on 93 north early sunday morning and landed on an suv below on morrissey boulevard. the driver of the suv was taken
a passenger in that suv was not hurt. randy: we have new information on the death of a woman in lowell earlier this month. the lowell sun is reporting an autopsy shows that gloribel orengo died of a ruptured aorta. that's an injury consistent with being run over by a car. police say orengo was involved in a fight outside of a party. a woman has been arrested. prosecutors say there coue emily: a holiday tree lighting in natick becoming a show of solidarity. the celebration on the common was followed by an inter-faith prayer vigil and lighting of the peace sign. there was also a discussion on encouraging compassion, and the moment of reflection comes weeks after a string of racially charged incidents in natick. in one case racist graffiti was found inside of a school, in another, threatening letters were sent to a home. randy: the man accused of
33-year-old eric swanson broke into the shrine of st. anthony on friday night when officers arrested him. they say that he was, at that time, wearing the same clothes they saw in the video. they also say he had religious items on him that they think were taken from the shrine. attleboro police want to know if there was a connection between a pair of robberies. a man held up the honeydew doughnuts on county street police are wondering if it's the same person who carried out a similar robbery on friday at the cumberland farms. nobody was hurt in either holdup. emily: new concerns of rob gronkowski. the tight end left the win against the jets in the first quarter, and this is the play that might have done it. he gets up a little slowly after an incomplete pass. it looks like he might have hurt his back. quarterback tom brady throws him again before gronk leaves for
now it's not clear if he will be ready for sunday's home game against the rams. >> i think everyone is feeling great so do the best that you can do. >> the pats won 22-17 giving to brady his 200th career victory. >> three massachusetts hospitals are among more than a dozen nation-wide while reporting lapses. the federal government says that massachusetts general hospital, brigham women's and umass memorial certain medical devices. all three hospitals said that they either did not think that the circumstances met the criteria for reporting or could not be directly linked to the instrument. the government says that such reporting issues are, indeed, common. >> more trouble related to the west port farm where animals were found in deplorable conditions. protesters are asking two west port health board officials to resign over the animal abuse
port farm members will attend the meetings. they say that carmen santo and john coletti were on that board when investigates uncovered conditions. their inspection licenses have been revoked. randy: new this morning, a key review on the pilgrim nuclear power plant starts today. federal regulators will be spending three weeks at that plymouth plant checking the structure and the staff performance. they want to make sure that there is a plan to operate safely until it is scheduled to plant's safety rate wag downgraded last year. the massachusetts attorney general maura heelly is fighting a judge ordered deposition. it requires her to be in texas to be questioned by attorneys for exxon mobil. they say that the investigation into the climate change research is politically motivated. the herald reports healey is pushing back saying it takes exceptional circumstances to demand that she be deposed.
continues mourning the late fidel castro and a series of tributes to the former leader begins today in havana. now in miami, the mood, less somber. these people took to the streets holding signs demanding human rights and the release of political prisoners. castro's funeral will be held on sunday. randy: busiest online shopping day may have a challenger. why cyber monday sales may drop this year. back to work for many of us today after the holiday this morning that you can take to make coming back to work today easier. emily: a fiery crash, witnesses jumping into action. the quick thinking that likely saved four lives. cindy: a cold start as you head back to work and school today. we are going to warm up. with sunshine, my time line on when the rain returns, that's ahead. first, take a look at the temperatures as you are ready to head out the door. we're only at the freezing mark
starting their access program, and you saw the computers there that they were holding donated by robert kraft. emily: pretty sweet. we would love to see your wakeup call so get everybody together, and you can record it right on your phone, and head to our app. that's the easiest way to do it. >> starting the morning off, it's monday. >> right. >> it was quite the holiday weekend. the weather is great today and will be a fantastic day, and you want to enjoy it because today, we have got some needed rainfall on the way, but it's been cold the last week or so. >> yeah. >> it is still chilly out there, and we have another below average day. and we're going to warm things up. look at the 50s making a comeback here, as we get into tomorrow, and wednesday and thursday, and this mild air is going to come in with some rain. that warmth is coming out ahead of this system right now. brought actually some thunderstorms up towards the chicago area. you can see that there are downpours there, and this is
the high pressure dominating so we have got a nice, dry day in store, and a couple of patchy clouds this morning, these will be dissipating. enough to blanket us a bit near the coastline, we have got lower 30s, beverly, plymouth, heinies, 32, 34 in boston, over the interior, a lot of 20s showing up, down to 22 in orange and 28 in worcester right now. so through 8:00, still patchy clouds. mixing with the sunshine. low to mid 30s through 8:00 and by lunchtime we're in the low 40s so it's sunny and milder a mid 40s, topping out on 46 in boston this afternoon. and about the same in marshfield, worcester in the low 40s, and low to mid 40s on cape cod. so after a sunny day we start out this evening clear, and then into the overnight the clouds come in but before that, we should drop down into the upper 20s in some of our coldest suburbs, north and west of town, and the temperatures will start to rise towards morning. so by 5:00, 6:00, we're near the freezing mark in orange, but notice the wet weather is off to
morning, the temperatures should be warm justify that there could be one or two pockets of some freezing rain out through the worcester hills and that's it. we're going to see that rain get heavier and the temperatures come up into the 40s here as we get towards your lunch hour. heavy rain into the evening hours, as well. and this system shifts off the shore. we have got a break early on wednesday, and more rain is going to come in late in the day, so separate rounds of wet weather. the first round, half an inch to an inch of rain so needed rain coming with that. th at the tail end or after the commute, there you can see 8:00 a.m., the wet weather, but there is rain around tomorrow. and look at those downpour says. during that evening commute on tuesday. rain access as we get towards the evening. dry start on wednesday and the next round comes in and behind it, we're drying things out. but it's cooling back down again. 50s this week. 40s next week. >> yeah. >> it's almost december. >> right. >> dry this morning and that's a good thing but i think that a
monday morning, back to work. back to school. slow going here. as expected along the expressway coming up by the gas tank. we'll go to the map, and we could see those delays, basically, coming right out of that braintree split dealing with 30 minutes to get up into the tunnel. route 3, a couple of break lights heading up into industry. 24 slowdowns out of brockton, and getting up towards randolph. out to the west, 495 north, picking up a crash by the mass pike, in towards west main street, and the mass pike seeing some pockets, and up to the north, 195, moving better, and 93 south, going out through the stretch, you can see that out of wilmington into that stoneham stretch, route 1 has delays off that 95 ramp in peabody into the tunnel, and if you are taking the trains, all lines are running on-time.
fiery crash. it happened on saturday night on 95 north in walpole. a group of strangers saying they got there just in time. >> atwe pulled the lady out, and it exploded, went up in flames. >> three sisters and one of their husbands were trapped. one of the women, maria castano had a broken neck and was unable to move, strairnghts reached into the back of the car and pulled her they call it an act of fate. >> i couldn't have left there knowing that someone was in that vehicle if it was consumed with flames and look at my family and lay my head on the pillow at night. >> castano is expected to recover, and her family says she has not stopped talking about the people that saved her life. >> the mbta's management control board is set to meet later today. on the agenda an update on
the t is weighing an approach to a late night service including a shuttle for late night. your economy, millions of consumers set to take advantage of cyber monday deals today. the national retale federation expects more than 120 million americans to shop online. cyber monday marks retailers last chance to build on strong weekend sales. a sign today could be strong, more americans made purchases online than in stores on black friday. asian stocks mixed overnight after aim prices slide, the futures are trending lower. investors will be keeping an eye on the figures coming in and also the big gains for the dow reaching 19,000 for the first time ever. >> and ll bean is taking a step to keep up with demand. the maine-based company leased a new boot. the company plans to hire 100
less than a decade ago fewer than 100,000 bean boots were sold, and now annual sales are at 600,000, and they are expected to hit 1 million in 2018. are you having a case of the mondays? maybe. many of you going back to school or work after the long holiday weekend, and there are simple actions you can take to improve your mood. so first smell the roses. harvard scientists found after a week people who kept freshly cut flowers in their home reported feeling more energized, less anxious. media. a recent study found facebook was associated with a decline in overall happiness and life satisfaction, and how about this, new benefits to your iced coffee. according to researcher drinking four cups a day lowers a person's risk of depression by 10%. >> it also puts you into orbit. >> exactly. >> reliving the world stories over and over again. >> the cubs' fan celebrating a
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>> good morning, eyeopener. excited to start my tree to boston. emily: good morning to thank you to those kids from the school in nova scotia. the tree here, getting ready for the big holiday light show this week. randy: always a great slow, and you can watch the show hosted by nebraska -- anthony everett at 7:00 right here on channel 5. >> always a fun event. >> and we're keeping our fingers crossed. >> yes. >> we have got wet weather coming in here towards the middle of the week but right now
that's a good thing. also look at all this sunshine in store today. it's chilly out the door. we're 35 in town, and some 20s in the suburbs, but we're jumping into the low to mid 40s as we go through the afternoon. so today is your dry day, there is the wet weather on tuesday and another round on wednesday and thursday. but we do jump into the mid 50s here as we get towards the middle of the week, and there is the system bringing the rain, full time line on that just ahead. >> ok, thanks. 6:25 this morning. time for your morning eyepoppers. erika is back now. >> we spent a lot of time getting ready for the holiday. one couple took it to another level. they got married inside of the store. larry and mary had met before but it was after running into each other at this store four years ago. they actually started to date, so they decided it was an appropriate venue for their nuptials, keeping with the scene, each guest walks away with a can of cranberry sauce to remember the special.
>> yes. >> and this is sweet, too, a cubs' fan using his baking skills to relive the world series' win, a man unveiling a replica of wrigley field weighs more than 400 pounds, that's all he saidable except for the players, their legos. the school board has edible papers. it took 70 hours to build. a lot of creativity. >> and bragging rights. >> oh, yes. >> right. >> do you think they are ever going to eat that? >> right. >> thank you both. england's soccer culture. the review stemming from the reports of child sex abuse and a family escapes a fire in boston. the malfunction firefighters say that started the flames, and we're looking into the cameras
>> breaking overnight, a violent collision between the shuttle bus and a car sending three people to the hospital. what we're learning about the crash. >> a person of interest in a hit and run that was caught on camera. >> the new include as a father of three fights for his life. doug: a driver involved in a deadly crash involving an airport hotel shuttle is set to make his first court appearance. randy: tom brady scores his 200th win but it comes at a cost. the concern this morning
monday morning, 6:30, our camera in worcester, with the sunrise, about to happen there. and good morning, thanks for joining us on this november 28, it is. i'm randy price. emily: and i'm emily riemer along with cindy and kevin in for olessa. nice to have you in with us. the sunrise not so bad. >> not so b. get going. >> a little? >> yeah. >> well, this probably won't. we have got nice weather today but look at this as we head towards tomorrow. wednesday afternoon and into thursday morning, several rounds of rain coming in, and we needed it so we'll take it, but it is cold, though, 28 in worcester, that's it, we're down to 25 in bedford, and south of town, 23 taunton and 28 marshshield, so it is a cold start and you will understand -- want to bundle up
still cool but hey, we're in the 40s as you are getting off the bus. there you can see the patchy clouds around the area this morning. please will dissipate, the high pressure in control, we are in great shape today. sun not up today over the horizon until 6:51. you can see by 10:00 we're in the upper 30s, closing in on 40 degrees, low 40s for your lunch hour, and mid 40s through the afternoon, so it's a nice, bright day, light wind out of the northwest, five to 15, and close to average for those high temperatures today, but as this rain comes in up. the full time line on that rain ahead. >> let's go out to the roads, dry roads, a good thing on a monday morning. >> things going in quickly here through the saugus stretch of route 1, a slow go for you right down through 99. better as you get into revere but expect the delays down at the tobin bridge. we'll go to the map, route 3, northbound, and slowdowns, rather, southbound, from 495
128 slow going out of lynnfield, down into that woburn stretch. right down to the city now, 42 minutes to get down to the lower deck. out to the west, 495 northbound, clear, we had a crash, the delays already eased out, pockets on the expressway from 495, most of the way into 128. and south of town, 24 northbound, that's a tough ride here, you are jammed up, 123, right up into the 93 area. 30-minute ride for you lines are running on-time. randy and emily. >> thank you. we're on top of breaking news this monday morning. >> and erika is tracking the overnight developments. >> breaking news coming from chelsea, overnight a car and a logan airport shuttle bus collided at bellingham and eastern avenue. three people in the car were taken to the hospital. chelsea firefighters telling us that they suffered minor injuries. no passengers were on the bus and that driver was not hurt. state police say that this is the jaguar that struck a man
a person of interest is being questioned but so far no charges have been filed. the victim, a father of three is still in the hospital in critical condition. and president-elect donald trump taking to twitter to claim voter fraud in three states including new hampshire. there's been no evidence of voter fraud. trump also claims that he would have won the popular vote if not for, "millions who he says voted illegally." >> the driver charged in a deadly crash involving an airport shuttle is preparing to face a judge. for the first tim eyeopener's doug meehan is live in boston to set the stage. doug? >> good morning, this morning is the first time that we're expected to see that man that is accused of driving drunk killing a couple from texas this past summer. it was on august 31 when police say 27-year-old steven birenbomb was driving 80 miles per hour and impaired when he slammed into a shuttle bus returning from logan.
thrown and killed. two other passengers and the driver hurt. a swampscott man is facing two counts of motor vehicle homicide. authorities say his blood alcohol level was two times above the legal limit. we're live in boston this morning, doug meehan, newscenter 5. randy: police in new hampshire saying they caught a bank robber. michael giles was arrested in manchester yesterday. detectives say security video helped them to identify giles as their in two other crimes, one of those was a robbery last wednesday. the other was an attempted robbery back in january. right now police in leicester want information. it happened on saturday afternoon near green and baldwin streets. police say the driver held up a playstation for debate with a child. the man drove off. police describe the car as a large burgundy four-door with two red bumper stickers on the back.
>> a short circuit in a power strip is being blamed for this fire in dorchester. five people are homeless after the flames broke out on harlem street yesterday. the fire started in the back of that building. it quickly spread from the first floor all the way up to the attic. firefighters spent about a half-hour getting control of the flames. >> a couple of stairways, confusing so we have to send some to the right and to the left and search for any emily: one firefighter was taken to a hospital. damage is estimated to be around 350,000. randy: the relative of a woman found dead in boston says that she was being treated for depression, but gave no cause for concern to her family. ruth pepin's cousin tells the herald the 28-year-old loved her kids and would do anything for them. three of her four children were home when they are body was found saturday inside of her
in her death. emily: a scholarship fund honoring a hero is bigger this morning. it is named for george heath, a man who sacrificed his own life to save others in the taunton mall rampage. his widow says 11,000 were raised at a fundraiser, and that was held at the bertucci's in taunton where he helped to save lives. the superhero scholarship will go to a student at greater new bedford, voc tech high school where heath worked. >> a campus protest in new hampshire, the group demanding the return of the american flag on the campus. plus changes between the united states and cuba. taking effect today. and why it's getting easier to travel to that country, and ahead in news to go, rebel fighters losing the battle for a key city in syria. the overnight efforts by the
20s, and we are going to warm up into the mid and upper 40s this afternoon. light winds, really the pick of the week, we have got rain coming in and we need it, and several rounds, temperatures in the 50s, we dry things out late in the week. emily. >> thank you, and hundreds of protesters are demanding the return of the american flag at hampshire college. many of the demonstrators are veterans and they carry u.s. flags and other military flags to the amherst campus yesterday. flags have been removed from hampshire since students burned one election. >> i was in iraq 18 months. i got to spend time at walter reed, i came home, and there is no way that i will let anybody take down the flags at all. it means a lot to me and my brothers. >> the protesters also placed flags around town, and the school says it welcomes peaceful discussions about the decision. randy: ahead in news to go, a retrial hearing today for an officer accused of gunning down
erika is tracking new claims of voter fraud from the president-elect. emily: first we want to check in with cindy for a look at your forecast. today looks great but after that things kind of -- there it is. >> yeah. >> just east of chicago, and this is the first round, we're going to get a couple of rounds of rain this week. but you are thinking oh, great, rain but it's november. could be snow, and we need the rain desperately. there you go. we have only had an inch and a half so far in the month of year, our deficit is up over 11 inches. from the first batch, we could see a half an inch to an inch of rain, maybe some locally higher amounts in spots, so that is what is on the way. today, the high pressure over the northeast, so we're in great shape. it will be a nice day, patchy clouds around this morning. and you can see how bright it is in boston right now, and sun up over the horizon, 6:51, and it is 34 degrees with a light wind, and the winds are going to be light throughout the day. and the temperatures should be
topping out in the mid 40s in most spots this afternoon. a little cooler out through the worcester hills, and down around taunton we could sneak up to 48 this afternoon. so we're in great shape today, but there you see tuesday and wednesday, with the wet weather, and tomorrow, we'll start out in the 40s, and slowly climb up into the 50s, despite the wet weather that is on the way. first thing in the morning hours, by 8:00, maybe just cold enough in the worcester hills for some pockets of freezing rain we see rain at times, you can see how the rain spreads in, and that evening commute tomorrow, does look pretty wet with the downpours. we're not dealing with that this morning, how are we looking? >> busy monday morning. back to work, back to school, and we're seeing it just about wherever we go. 93 in summerville heading towards that deck, that's a tough ride for you. and coming in from chelsea, a tough ride over the bridge and east boston is busy out at the airport through the tunnel
93 southbound, up by 133, slowing things down just a bit. and you are heaviest from andover down to the city. 128 still busy down through 93 and again down at route 3 in burlington. south of town the expressway, jammed right out of the split up to columbia road, and 31 minutes to get up into the tunnel, and 93 slow again getting onto the expressway, and 24, easing out in brockton, heaviest from avon up to randolph. >> all right you can thank president-elect donald trump is claiming voter fraud in three states including new hampshire. >> and erika has the unfounded social media attack and the move happening today, erika? >> despite no evidence of fraud, the president-elect unleashed a series of tweets claiming millions voted illegally. most recently in virginia, new hampshire, and california, and so why isn't the media reporting on this? serious bias, big problems. officials in new hampshire and california are denouncing the claims. trump arrived back in new york
florida. he has a packed schedule as he continues to fill his cabinet. meantime today, election officials will discuss a possible time line for the recount request requested by green party candidate jill stein. >> thank you. and breaking overnight, police still figuring out who is at fault for this crash in chelsea. a car and airport shuttle bus collided at 1:30 this morning at the corner of bellingham street and eastern avenue. the firefighters say that three people in the car were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. no passengers were o >> brockton police are questioning a person of interest in a hit and run that left a young man fighting for his life. 25-year-old sergio david licona vallecillo was hit by a car outside of the spot bar and lounge. a surveillance video captured the moment of impact. the drive took off after the crash. investigates are focusing on a damaged gray jaguar, but the
police. again a person of interest is now being checked on by police, but the victim suffered critical injuries. live in brockton, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: later this morning the swan scott man accused of killing two people will face a judge. it was back on late august when police say that the 27-year-old steven birenbaum crashed into the back of a hotel shuttle bus that had just picked up passengers at logan thrown and killed. three others including the bus driver also hurt. authorities say that he was driving 80 miles per hour and had a blood alcohol level two times above the legal limit. we're live in boston, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: thank you, it is 6:48. it is not clear if a driver in this crash in brockton was hurt. we're told that the woman was taken to the hospital after
police have not said what caused a crash or if the driver will be facing any charges. there were no reports of any power outages after the crash. >> and an investigation is underway in brockton after a woman was attacked on sunday morning. our media partners at the brockton enterprise report that the victim called for help saying that she was stabbed at her home on hillenburg avenue. she had been hit with a lamp. they are looking for the person responsible. and a man is charged in the death of a junior station. police responded to reports that someone had been shot inside of the fire station in redstone township sunday. police say 21-year-old george mathis is accused of criminal homicide in the teen's death. that teen has not been named. randy: surveillance video showing the chaos after gunfire in new orleans' french quarter. ten people were shot on bourbon street early on sunday.
know the motive. two men were arrested on firearms charges including one of the shooting victims. a judge will be holding a hearing today on the retrial of a former campus police officer. ray tensing was working at the university of cincinnati when he shot and killed sam dubose during a traffic stop. tensing claims that he feared for his life when dubose, who he'd stopped over a missing license plate, tried to drive away. the first trial on murder now the judge will decide whether to change the venues. emily: an american airman who disappeared off the coast of guam is presumed dead. greg ramos of the hawaii air national guard was last seen swimming at midnight on the 21st. several beaches on the base in guam were closed as part of the search. syrian government forces are making a rapid advance into eastern aleppo. the aim is to divide the hebl city in two. 300,000 people are believed to
medical supplies. the advances mark the largest blow to rebels who are quickly losing ground to pro government forces. randy: first responders in nepal are still trying to gauge the toll of an earthquake there. experts say that the 5.4 magnitude quake had an epicenter near mt. everest. there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. but police say it could take a while for those reports to come in from the remote villages. an killed nearly 9,000 people. >> disturbing allegations are lead to get a review of professional soccer clubs in england. several players say that they were abused as children while playing for their clubs. the body is investigating which clubs knew about sex abuse claims against coaches and why nothing was done. and the move comes as more victims of convicted coach barry
starting today, the one-hour flights from miami to havana will be operated by american airlines. they come ahead of the funeral of the former dictator fidel castro. castro died friday at the age of 90. other airlines including jetblue and delta will start flying to cuba from four different u.s. airports. emily: american airlines wants to know what caused a plane to fail mid air. flight 1693 landed safely in albuquer vegas when the engine went and the pilot requested ang emergency landing. no one was hurt. randy: the chinese government wants to expand its cultural influence. they just announced plans to build a $2 million film studio complete with a theme park and tourist facilities. construction is expected to begin next year. china is home to the largest theater operator and the leaders there say that producing more films in china will mean fewer western imports. a dominating weekend at the box
the film pulled in 81 million in ticket sales over the weekend. the movie is set in ancient polynesia, scored the second highest thanksgiving day debut ever, after the 2013 release of frozen. j.k. rowling's fantastic beasts and where to find them fell to second place. emily: tom brady gets his 200th win against the jets. the patriots trailed this brady to malcolm mitchell touchdown tied it up. they keep the winning drive going. the pats win it 22-17. and the patriots may have won but they lost rob gronkowski. he left the game in the first quarter and did not return. it looks like he's suffering from an apparent back surgery. now you will remember gronk missed last week's game with a chest injury, and now it's not clear if he will be ready for sunday's game against the rams. the bruins they were at home on sunday against the lightning and
the b's core three times in the second. b's on a power play, a slot from torey krug tipped in by david backes. the bruins win 4-1 and take on the flyers tomorrow night. >> and santa was in new york showing quite a bit of skill here, wouldn't you say? he did is a few laps here at the rockefeller center and dazzled the onlookers with the twirls and twists and turns keeping the kids pass >> looking good. >> yeah, and ready to go. >> yeah. >> very graceful. who knew santa would be so graceful. it's been a busy morning, monday morning, everyone is back to school and to work, sky 5 over a minor crash here in the breakdown lane, this is 95 north, and just before the ramp, to route 1 and we are seeing the slowdowns here almost backing into that foxboro stretch. let's go to the maps, up to the north we have a crash southbound at 133, slowing things down,
haven stretch, more delays after that with heavy pockets most of the way down, 128, busy out of lynnfield and again on route 3, and route 3, slowdowns 495 down towards trouble cove. out to the west, the mass pike, delays out of southboro into the weston stretch, take you close to 30 minutes, 495 to 128. and more delays in that west newton stretch. 128 north, you have got the slowdowns coming out of that stretch, on up into the dedham area and towards highland area, taking t a cold start but things are going to warm up just a bit, cindy. >> i say the big, bright sunshine out there is going to help clear skies over boston right now. the sun is up, a chilly start this morning. 28 in worcester. that's it. we're 25 in bedford, look at taunton down to 23. and 34 right now in boston. so make sure the kids are bundled as they head to the bus stop. getting off the bus, mid 40s, lots of sunshine today, and in fact, by lunchtime we're going to pop into the lower 40s.
and before it does we should manage 46 degrees in boston. close to average for this time of year. low 40s if worcester and mid 40s on cape cod. patchy clouds this morning. high pressure in control today but here it is off to the west. this is our first round of rain coming in for tomorrow. we'll first increase the cloud cover here through the evening and overnight hours, and the temperatures may briefly drop down into the mid and upper 20s to the north and west of town. as we approach sunrise the temperatures rise and the bulk of the wet weather comes in after the temperatures climb above the freezing some freezing rain in the worcester hills. otherwise 40s with rain at times throughout the day on tuesday. heaviest for that evening commute, that's round one, here comes round two down to the south and west. so the potential is there for about half an inch to an inch, and there is more on the way. the second round of rain comes in on wednesday and into thursday morning. and right now it looks like should dry things out for the end of the day on thursday. temperatures, though, really mild for this time of year.
have a good morning, america. president-elect trump lashes out launching a twitter tirade over those calls for an election recount, making the claim -- with zero evidence -- that millions of americans voted illegally and that he should have won the popular vote. the recount set to get underway in wisconsin. end of an era. celebrations and mourning. over the death of dictator fidel castro. now new questions about the united states' future with cuba and trump's promise to "roll back relations." "world news tonight" anchor david muir is live in havana. lucky to be alive. the kidnapped mom found bound on the side of the road weeks after she was reportedly abducted on a jog. an eyewitness who discovered that mother of two now speaking out. >> i figured if she was willing