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live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> breaking overnight, donald trump speaks out about the things he said about women that were captured on video. good morning thanks for being with us. i am kerry connolly. we will have much more on that but fares update on hurricane matthew. this is a live look at hilton head south carolina right now. georgia and south carolina are
million people have already been ordered to evook wait. those who don't listen could see a storm surge anywhere from 4 to 9 feet in some places. >> oh my gosh. >> oh my gosh we should back away. >> i know. we were. >> and this is what a dangerous storm surge looks like. you can see fast moving water rushing past homes. right now, more than 1 million people are without power and there are thousands of national guard members standing by all ready to direct hit and now hurricane matthew gradually weakens the danger is far from over. barry burbank has the latest for us this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning kerry and everybody. the storm is going to make landfall in the united states. and it's going to be in south carolina. it's located now about 20 miles to the east of hilton head. they have had wind gusts from the i'dland -- island at 96 miles per hour to hilton head
hour. so it's in that position moving off to the north northeast at 12 miles per hour. and sending heavy rains from the savannah area which had over 11 inches of rain into north carolina from south carolina. so there's going to be big rainfall amounts. eye wall is moving onshore right into charleston now. that's where the eye wall was strong-- with strong winds and heavy rain is moving. some of the heavier rain is going to be extending up into southeastern virginia and some of the heavy rain south of new englant little rain tomorrow especially southeastern mass. that's where the storm surge is likely to be. the highest over the next 12 toe 24 hours 4 to as much as 9 feet. and rainfall in the order of several inches. here four to as much as 8 extending to norfolk virginia. for us we are in for fine weather today although there's fog around in spots this morning. this will be the last warm day. 71 as clouds roll in. the sunshine will disappear and we will see some sun before the
fog burns off. tomorrow we get morning showers north and west of boston but the rain lingers through the afternoon over southeastern mass and the cape but columbus day is nice and sunny except for lingering clouds. more on the weekend forecast and matthew ahead. >> thanks so much. while florida missed a direct hit, haiti got the full force of matthew right now hundreds of people are already confirmed dead. and this is devastating because haiti just begun rebuilding years ago. food, water and medical supplies and communications are in limited supply. next weekend boston archdiocese will have special collections at masses to benefit the people of haiti.we will track hurricane matthew through the weekend. watch us on air and online for the very latest on the storm's path. now back to our other breaking story. a rare apology from republican presidential candidate donald trump. it's in response to a video
him making crude comments about women during a shoot for anentertainment show. overnight he release adamant and a half long video apology on the twitter
page. this is an excerpt from it. >> i have gotten to know the great people of our country and i have been humbled by the faith they place in me. i pledge to be a better man tomorrow and will never ever let you down. let's be honest, we are living in the real world. this is nothing more than a distraction frome >> but that statement is not sitting well with some of trump's fellow republicans. shortly after the response utah senator mike lee posted a video on facebook urging republican party to expect more from the candidate and asking trump to drop out-says in part with all due respect sir you sir are the distraction you are conduct sir is the distraction. the distraction from the very principles that will help us win in november.
debate tomorrow, and election 30 days away, this won't be the last we hear about this controversy. gilly lon crim has more on -- julie loncich mass more. >> i did try to-- she was married. >> reporter: donald trump's comments on a hot microphone in 2005 has come back to haunt the republican nominee in the most critical times in 2016. >> i am automatically attracted to beautiful women it's magnet. >> and when you are a star you did do whatever you want. grab them by the you can do anything. >> reporter: he was speaking with the then
host of ace it is -- access hollywood on his way to days of our lives for a cameo appearance. his response swift. this was locker room banter a private conversation that took place many years ago. bill clinton has had far worse to me on the golf course not
offended. hillary clinton pounced. this is horrific recan't -- we can't allow this man to become president. at a rally friday trump's runny mate dodged reporters. [audio not understandable] >> reporter: but there was this from the rnc chair. no woman should ever be described in the terms or talked about in this manner. ever. wbzly the cal analyst jon keller. >> this is -- political >> this is bad saying things notsuitable for a television station. >> that's julie loncich reporting. billy bush is a anchor on the today show and apologizing saying he was embarrassed and ashamed. we are following a developing story now out of new hampshire. a man is under arrest connected to the death of his 19-month-
witham includes child eng dang -- endangerment. police have not said how the child died inside the apartment. there's a manhunt for a murderer in orange. police are searching for the person driving a car like this who may be linked to a deadly home invasion. the victims a 95-year-old man murdered in his own home. his wife badly injured. as louisa molller reports the family is searching for meaning. >> reporter: he brought flowers for a friend in the orange home where his mother 77 joanna fisher was brutally attacked and stepfather 95-year-old thomas harty murdered in an apparent home invasion. >> they are cowards and i can't wait to meet them. >> reporter: now police are on the hunt for the the couple's stolen 2003 toy yowla corolla with license plate number
>> big shock you know when it happened but i know tom is in heaven you know i know that. he is been good to everybody. >> reporter: john harty thomas's brother says his brother was outgoing and kind and a hike here led climbing trips a tool salesman into his mid-90s a man of faith who stopped by to pray that john built at his home. >> i got a cross out in the field with the 10 commandments on it and he used to come down almost every weekend to say the lord's prayer. >> reporter: his family faith is tested as investigators go through the bags of evidence collected from the couple's home while neighbors remain on guard. >> i will make sure the doors are locked and check the windos. >> reporter: -- windows. >> reporter: the chief medical examiner will determine the cause of death. anyone with information is
department. in orange louisa molar wb -- moller wd-- wbz this morning. lynnth city of lynn wants the judge to release a lawsuit for a man who spent years in prison that he didn't commit etch claims he was framed for the shooting death and filed a civil rights lawsuit after his conviction was overturned but city attorneys says he was granted a new trial because his defense team was inadequate not bee no physical evidence connected him to the murder. fenway park is a magical place and red sox will need it. they are coming home to boston one gam away from being eliminated -- game away from being eliminated from the playoffs. clay buchholz gets the start. >> reporter: this is one of the items that everyone paid attention to when the red sox signed david price to the 217 million dollar contract the big
in october. he was 0-7 all time as a starter in the playoffs and after last night he is now 0-8. sox game 2 and this is all you need to see. second inning price on the hill and gives up a 3-run shot to lonnie and that puts the indians up 4-0 and it puts the game out of reach. the sox only managed 3 hits on the night. it was 6-0 and go down 2-0 in the series. it's come to this. less than a week after the clay buchholz gets the start to try to get the season going. dan roche has more on last night's game. >> reporter: thanks very much. when you look at what happened over the past 2 games to the team, i guess stunning is maybe a proper word to use. also, angry. and that's what we got out of the red sox clubhouse after this one especially from one of their leaders david ortiz. >> no choice we have to go home and play and try to play
with how it's gone the last couple days here. >> should i be happy. >> i am asking you seem pretty upset. >> we are getting. [ beep ] beat nothing to celebrate. >> stunning to you what's happened the last two days. >> it's part of the game man but you know, i know we are better than that. so we have to come play better. >> reporter: pretty simple come tomorrow afternoon at fenway park red sox win, or done. dan roche wbz sports. >> thank you the sox picked a bad time to slump dropping 7 of the last 8 games and if they don't break out of it tomorrow big papi and sox will be done. and that will be sad to see. that's sports this morning i am levan reed for wbz sports. as donald trump apologizes for crude remarks against women early voting gets underway. which new england state can hit
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jacksonville florida where hurricane matthew continues to do his damage. whipping winds rain coming down and barry burbank is here now and talking a little bit about this. boy, so many people without power ordered to evacuate. it's frightening down there right now. >> it is. bad times actually could have been a lot worse. so i mean, we are thankful it didn't make a direct hit in florida. it was paralleling the coast the whole way so the can onshore. >> thank goodness. >> they have had damage and lot of rain down there. and over 11 inches of rein by the way in -- rain by the way at the savannah international airport. here's hath yew and 20 miles to the the east -- matthew and 20 miles to the east of hilton head south carolina. the center of the storm is considered a cat 2 with maximum sustained winds down to 105 miles an hour. it's moving to the north
the shield of that is moving through south carolina now and now edging into north carolina. and the storm had continue to pound them during the day as it movesin that general direction. the eye wall is moving there as you can see near charleston moving to charleston to hilton head and it's pivoting back in this direction as the storm moves north northeast. so it's going to make landfall here the first time it made landfall in the united states. and so there you can see the ribbon of rain and strong winds continuing to north carolina but the storm will slowly weakening with time going from a cat 2 storm down to a cat 1 storm later today and the heave year rains twisted dash heave year rain twaift -- a heave year rain twists off -- heavier rain twists offshore. we won't get the wind this weekend at all. we will have gustier winds on monday on columbus day out of the north. that storm will be way down here by then. so, that is the deal on matthew
projection of still producing the storm surge of 4 to maybe as high as 7 to 9 feet but generally 4 to 6 fee in -- feet in many locations as the eye wall moves onshore. some places down this where it make the landfall to the northeast of the storm center is where some of the higher storm surges will be and there's where the heavier rain from here on out over the next 24 to 48 hours several inches hikely down here cues -- likely down here causing additional flooding where they have had does a crazy looking loop. not to say this never happened. there have been cases where this type of motion has happened because of weak steering currents and this is going to weaken into a tropical storm and move back down here. no reason to believe it's going to be redeveloping back into a hurricane again but we will watch it carefully. as it moves north northeast now, it stales off this way. you can see into the northeast basically clear except areas of
burning off quickly and then we will see the cloud starting to increase. we will have the the most sunshine this morning as the clouds start showing up especially by late morning or definitely this afternoon but no rain until this evening when a batch of showers comes through vermont and you can see that northeast and southwest batch. and then some of the showers to the south which will be tapped on outer fringe of the hurricane. some of that will be brought up. tomorrow morning there will be a few scattered showers around boston. nothing techly heavy but of a damp start. -- but sort of a damp start. but maybe up almost close to boston but areas farther north and west virtually no rain orisolated sprinkling as heavier rain was captured and pulled up by the system and shift eastward and out to sea on monday. should be clearing up but some cloudiness low cloudiness may
the low lyings spots it raidrate it's quickly -- low lying spots it rate it's quick -- radiate quickly. it's not quite as warm as the last couple days but nice for this time of the year. tonight's lows in the the mid to upper 50s. much milder than recent nights. tomorrow's high not much higher than tonight's lows upper 50s to lower 60s. as the rainfalls or the cloud certainly will be around most of the beautiful i was up there last weekend and it was fantastic and look at this shot from cannonmontin. look at that in-- mountain. look at that incredible color. i was in maine and it was fantastic. here are the numbers. 60 tomorrow with rain in the morning. but lingering southeastern mass and lower 60s for several days. sunny to partly cloddy few more
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illinois is an early voting state and president obama took full advantage and cast his ballot in chicago e didn't say who he voted for -- he didn't say who he voted for just smiling and stayed silent when asked the question. three dozen states allow early voting. in new england that vermont and maine starts accepting ballots tomorrow and early voting in massachusetts begins on october 24th. soccer is one of the national pastimes in -- cuba and dr. jill biden is seeing players in action. she is visiting to learn more about the culture educational practices and health care. she heads to the dough hip can republic -- dominican republic tomorrow. donald trump apologizes for
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welcome back we are geeing a first look at e first hook at the newest member of the franklin park zoo born in july but had medical issues and was rushed to tufts vet thayery medical -- veterinary medical center. she had to be hand fed by workers but now is reunited with her mom and they are happy being back together. love that. it's 6:27. much more ahead in the next half-hour. the push to make the friendly skies over logan easier on your
live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> right now it's 6:30. we are looking at live pictures of jacksonville florida. hurricane matthew is weakening but still direct hit. good morning thanks for being with us. i am kerry connolly. half a million people have been ordered to evacuate. but this morning i-the 5 -- i- 95 is shut down. we want to get to barry burbank with the latest. >> good morning. as of 6 this morning, math you was centered about -- matthew was centered 20 miles east of hilton head a moving to the north northeast it 12 miles an
that's a narrow air yo within the eye wall moving onshore close to south carolina and in the charlton area and extending southwestward. that's where it is. lots of heavy rain more than 11 inches at savannah international airport is moving into south carolina. you can see the eye wall is right here on the coastline of south cire linea. near -- south carolina near charleston and southwest from there. that's where the eye wall will have tremendous wind gusts are going on right now. probably approaching 100 miles an hour and the moving into portion of north carolina. it will move like this along the north carolina coast and turn more east northeast with time. some of the rain may be pulled up from that system so we may get somewhat heavier rain southeastern massachusetts. tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow evening we will not get the wind from this at all. but we will have a gusty wind on monday as high pressure builds in from the west. so the storm surge will
carolina. some spots may be 8 or 9 feet isolated areas. extending up into portions of north carolina as well with the heavy rain going on over the next several hours. some places getting 4 to 8 inches coming up here during today. causing flooding but for us we have no rain at all today. a few areas getting fog in the valley this morning. that burns off and we end with up sunshine giving way to clouds. the cloud roll in certainly this afternoon up to 71 this is the last day of the warm days we have had which has beautiful. rain tomorrow morning a couple showers near northwest of boston ending. but steadier rain likely southeastern massachusetts on monday. columbus day looks pretty good with sunshine but cool. more on the weather in the next seven days and more on matthew i will see you with that in a few minutes. >> thank you. overnight, the streets of charleston south carolina were deserted and that's what officials want to see with the storm bearing down. as edward lawrence reports they are warning residents not to be
>> reporter: the wind whipped rain fell in sheets overnight as hurricane matthew moved north along the southeast coast. >> the best thing now is hunker down and stay in a safe place don't move don't try to move around. make sure you have your cell phones charged. >> reporter: in folly beach south carolina matthew churned you have heavy waves and surf while heavy rain and flooding pound savannah georgia and in charleston streets were abandoned after city ordered a midnight to curfew. the southeast coast was sent into high alert becoming the most powerful storm to hit the united states in over a decade. more than a million people are without power in florida after the winds knocked down trees and power lines. >> i lived through hurricane andrew in homestead so i was expecting some crazy stuff. >> reporter: ward lawrence-- edward lawrence cbs news charleston south carolina. i said and done things i
>> checking our other top stories rare apology from republican presidential candidate donald trump in response to a video from ten years ago that records him making crude comments about women during a shoot for an entertainment show. overnight trump released a minute and a half long video apology on his twitter page. he has gotten criticism from key political figures from across the country. a manhunt for a murderer in orange. police are searching for the person driving a car like this who may be linked to home invasion. the victims a 95-year-old man murdered in his own home and his wife badly injured. police are on the hunt for the couple's stolen 2003 toyota corolla a model with a license plate number 99949. a local dad say pole jizzing for this scare -- is apologizing for this scarry stunt police are thinking of charging him for a clown mask that scared a bus full of kids.
silly prank on his son. >> the intention was never to scare the children i completely apologize and hope they take my apology with full heart i would never want anybody to do that to my children. >> auburn police say at best this prank was an extreme case of bad judgment. that's because there had been reports of creepy clowns threatening people all over the country. it almost scared local clowns away from their own event but thought about the kids who would miss them. katy brace brace has more from a haunted house that was almost without clowns. >> reporter: owner and creator of barrett's haunted mansion mary barrett-castello had a -- costello what scare herself. >> it was getting to be hysteria. >> reporter: with the scare of clown sightings mary thought the clowns were out. >> right away i said oh my gosh we will have to take the clowns out of the haunt. >> reporter: she and her clown posse meat to decide if the
with 25 years in business, the clowns are integral to the haunted mansion. >> they are there to scare you. the clowns on the outside showing up in people's yards and all that, they are totally terrorizing people. there's a huge difference. >> reporter: he has haunted the halls for the past 4 years. >> kind of putting a bad name on us and we are trying to have fun with the crowd. >> reporter: the entertainers don't clown around when it comes to their jobhours are they stress they are professionals and different from those throwing on a mass ink public. who are they don't wear masks kerry -- carry weapons or care people. >> we scare people that's our job. >> reporter: a scare visitors expect. there's a tight area and that is tight knit group and the guys will know if someone is trying to impersonate one of them. katie brace wbz this morning.
in -- call in beamingham the driver crashed into the townlibrary. the 87-year-old woman was not hurt or anyone in the building. there was no way to get this under control when this van crashed into home in arlington. the driver forgot to put it in park and wacked away and it started to roll. he ran to stop it but the van knocked him over. the passenger then tried to stop the van but failed and got hurt and the van went through as abouty intersection only stopping only stopping when it hit the front of a home. >> just surprised that the truck or the van made it here like to crash into the stairs. >> police cited the driver a 45- year-old man from new york for not making sure the van was secure. he and his passengers were checked out at the hospital and should be okay. the sox struggle as the must win game heads to boston. what david ortiz has to say now
>> you know we are following matthew down there and it looks impressive even though it's undergoing weakening and just about ready to move onshore as official landfall shortly. we will talk about matthew and have the forecast coming up the but first the trivia for this hour. the strongest most destructive sector of a hurricane is the what? left front quadrant the right front quadrant the qawnd rant or right rear qawnd rant there's one sector of the hurricane which is the most powerful it can do the most destruction. we will have the answer to that and that applies to matthew as well in my 7-day accu-weather forecast. see you in a few. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data.
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responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning. and this red sox trip to cloveland couldn't have any worse. porcello didn't get out of the 5th inning and david price couldn't get out of the 4th. sox lost by 6-0 and come home in a best of 5 series with no room for error. game 2 lebron james in the house maybe he brought the cloveland luck. second inning and cleveland is on the board. base knock and santana comes around third and the throw is off line and it's 1-0. same
lonnie chisenhall has not hate homer off a lefty but with price on the hill he goes yard. that's sox have a couple for big papi and you can see the frustration slams the bat to the ground. boston had 3 hits 9th and napoli sealed the deal. coming home down 2 games to none. for more let's go to can roche. >> reporter: no one thought the red sox -- they would come down down 2 after being outplayed. red sox are upset about it but also their leader is saying this series, hey, we are not done just yet. >> it's not over yet. i don't have another response to that. you have to beat us three times not two. >> with everything that went down today how batch you want to pitch. >> it's coming i know my number will get called again and to
and i will be ready. i want it for sure and i know the guys will get it to me. >> the keys to get this thing turned around. >> get better. >> how much you looking forward to going home? >> got know choice we have to go and play better. >> david you seem angry are you angry with how it has gone the last couple days. >> should i be happy. >> i am upset. >> nothing to celebrate. >> stunning to you what happened the last two days david? >> it's part of the game man but you know, i know we are better than that so we have to come play better. >> reporter: game 3 sunday afternoon at fenway park and, of course, now you think about it. it could be the final game of david ortiz's career. think about that. with the red sox in cleveland dan roche wbz sports. >> thank you.
this got ugly quick. they took care of business winning 56-10 over bc. one other score umass lost to old dominion 36-16. that's sports this morning. i am levan reid for wbz sports. >> good saturday morning it's 6:45 right now. let's look closer at matthew 6 this morning about 20 miles east of hilton head. south carolina and the certainly the eye wall mock onto charleston and all along the coast right now with the strongest winds we have had winds gusts of 85 to 95 miles per hour from hilton head to georgia. and the savannah had more than 11 inches and that's where it's really bad right now. very, very heavy rain and strong winds in the eye wall
across most all of south carolina now moving into north carolina and the storm will take a track about like this. as it moves onshore it's going to be right on the coastline and then moving right onto southern north carolina and then starting to churn out to sea near the outer banks and then going out to sea beyond that. some of the rain may be captured from that and pulled up from an upper level system from the northwest and great lakes. so we may get somewhat heavier rain over massachusetts tomorrow afternoon. but no wind to go along with that. the storm surge will be on the carolinas today from south kleina into north carolina -- carolina and north carolina and 4 to 8 feet. the tide are going out but they have had big surges south of that in the georgia coast earlier. and, of course, it's pouring down there with the 11 incheshaving fallen in savannah and that might be underdoing it in some spots. this is the official projected
start turning and looping like this. not to say this never happened before there's been cases over the years when they have been looped like this because of poor steering currents and this will be one case that is going to do that. night coming up -- it's not going to com and give us a lot of wind and rain but we may get some of the rain pulled out as the strip of rain is pulled up as an upper level system comes in from the west. you can see we have got basically clear skies out there. just a few scattered pa low clouds maybe. but cloudiness will increase. enjoy the sunshine this morning. areas have fog that will be burning off. it gets cloudy this afternoon. but not much any rain. note the time stamp this evening a band of showers comes through northern new new england. the pam fall colors are vibrant this year in most spots. tomorrow -- a little more pronounced over southeastern massachusetts ending off to the north and west of boston by
but -- it's a few scattered showers here but this is where the steadiest and hefty -- heaviest showers may happen tomorrow afternoon. and tomorrow night the upper level system digs in and pulls the rain out. it won't pull the hurricane up here but pull some of the rain and moisture up. 52 degrees in boston right now. we have 40s off to the north and west. a few 30s in some of the valleys like low lying spots like norwood. and we have vineyard and 39 in falmouth. cold places but it will warm into the upper of 0 -- 60s to lower 70s. not as warm as the last few days but very, very nice. and even though the clouds show up and not nearly as cool tonight 50s tonight and we will be book up to the upper 50s and lower 60s tomorrow. here's my 7-day accu-weather forecast calling for the warm day we have today but clouds will show up and it will be wet tomorrow morning as a few scattered showers north and west of boston but it looks
night over southeast mass and cape. and after that we have sunshine returning for columbus day and it will be on the cool side as you can see. clouds may linger on cape cod and partly to mostly sunny on tuesday. clouds may come in on wednesday and a few showers on thursday. here's trivia for this hour. the strongest most dis destructive sector of a hurricane is where? -- destructive sector of a hur cape is the four caught rants left -- quadrants to the front. >> i don't think i've done this before barry. >> i think i have. >> have you? >> yeah. >> all right we are going with b. >> the answer is b the right front quadrant. you are absolutely right. we will look at this map. i want to show you right now. let's go up to the map and see. this is matthew's history as it moved up and was paralleling the coast of florida. the right front quadrant of the storm is located right in here
quadrant here's the left front qawt quadrant and right rear and this one -- quadrant and the right rear and it's this one right here. there are strong winds-the -- on the backside but not nearly as strom as the right front quad -- strong as the right front quadrant. even though the damage was bad and there was certainly flooding in florida, the worst part was out over the much destruction and caused so many fatalities. it went over many of the island in the bahamas which did a number down there because they were in the right front quadrant of the storm. here in the left front quadrant we have had strong winds but there's the worst part in here going offshore and now as it moves onshore, that right front quadrant is moving on the south carolina coast but the storm is weakening somewhat fortunately
winds. they are contending with that in the next several hours as it moves onshore. that's it. we will look at the forecast again in the next half-hour. kerry. >> thank you. noisy planes are not a new problem for anyone living in one of logan airport's flight paths. why the solution is bringing its own challenges. stay with us. interviewer: what would you do with five minutes to kill and a smartphone? man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote?
that sound people living near the airport know it all too well. now mass port is taking new steps to reduce the noise. complaints have gone up over the past few years partly because of new navigation procedures. as paul burton shows us airport official want neighbors to know they hear their concerns. >> this is one of the 52,000 jets >> reporter: cindy christiansen says the airplane knows that's constantly above her noise in milton is unbearable. >> it goes over the homes and schools and parks. >> reporter: noisy planes are a constant problem for many communities to live within the flight path of logan airport. >> the situation where people can't sleep. it starts around 4 or 5 in the morning and goes well past midnight. >> reporter: on friday mass port along with the faa signed the agreement to reduce the
-- impacting cities and towns. >> our challenge is they fix it or we will fix it and our ability to fix it will be through the courts. a class action lawsuit because there's definitely damage to people's health by the way they are running things. >> reporter: the faa released a statement saying mass port proposed several ideas for a test program with the faa to better understand the implications of the flight concentrations and to study possible strategies the neighborhood concerns. >> a couple areas they want to explore to have more planes fly over the water and flying in and out of logan at higher altitude. >> reporter: sndies says any im- - sendy says any im-- cindy says any improvement will make a difference. >> i don't have a lot of hope i will allow a little hope but we have been working hard for a long time. >> reporter: the study could take as long as 18 months before the faa and mass port
from rieive from the channel 4 stewed -- live -- glsh. live from the channel 4 -- live from the channel 4 feudos in boston -- boston this is wbz this morning. >> hurricane matthew hits the coast florida bringing strong winds and heavy rain. bringing intense waves as we get a look at folly beach in south carolina this morning. it's a similar scene to what those down the coast in florida saw on friday. >> oh my gosh. guys we should back away. >> we were. >> it was dangerous storm surge for some residents in florida. people who didn't evacuate are
rushing past homes. thanks for joining us this morning. i am kerry connolly. barry burbank has been tracking the storm. tell us what's the latest now? >> the latest on the storm is it's getting close to making official landfall here in the united states. and it's still a category two storm. and it is about 20 miles to the east of hilton head south carolina that's the latest check on it. we are getting a new update momentarily now as it moves onshore in the next band andits strong winds. eye wall is moving onto the charleston south carolina area right now. we can see that as we go to the radar right in there you can see the deep reds right in there. that's where the eye wall is and where the strongest wind s we have spiral bands of showers that pivot inland and some are producing heavy rain and at times spin up tornadoes a few tornadoes warnings have been going up this morning. in fact the tornado warning up
carolina area as they have been spotting a potential tornado there on the doppler radar. here's what's going on. >> will spin northeastward going up over the outer banks and weakening with time later today to a cat one storm and to a tropical storm this will never come up to new england but some of the rain may be captured by an upper level system coming at us from the west and that's why we have rain in the forecast for us during the day tomorrow. as this thing goes out to sea. but some of the rain we captured we will not get strong winds with it. but they will coast. in the order of several inches and we will have some rain here tomorrow afternoon. so that's my wanked forecast -- weekend forecast of the sunshine giving way to clouds. patches of low clouds but many areas seeing the sunshine and fog in the valley that will burn off. the clouds will be rolling in and we will go to 71 today but 60 tomorrow and a few scattered showers near northwest of boston near the morning. but steadier rain southeastern massachusetts. then it's a nice sunny holiday on columbus day monday.
next several days and matthew see you in a few minutes. >> thank you. the storm is heading through the southern states the cleanup is beginning in the caribbean islands where it first hit right now hundreds of people are already confirmed dead. haiti just begun rebuilding from a devastating earthquake 6 years ago. food water and medical supplies and communications are in limited supply. we will track hurricane matthew all through the weekend of course you can watch us on air and online for the latest i said it, i was wrong, and i apologize. >> breaking overnight donald trump speaks out about the crude things he said about women captured on video. overnight trump release adamant and a half long video apology on the twitter page but that statement is not sitting too well with some of trump's it willo republicans. shortly after trump's response, with the next key bait tomorrow
julie loncich has more on what was said. >> i moved on her and i failed. i will admit it i did try to-- she was married.
>> reporter: donald trump's comments has come back to haunt the republican nominee at the most critical of times in 2016. >> you know i am automatically attracted to beautiful-- it's like a magnet. i don't-- they let you do it when you are noor whatever you want. >> grab them by -- what are a star you can do whatever you want grab them by the. >> reporter: he was speaking with billy bush on the set for days of our lives for a cameo appearance. the response 11 years later swift. this was locker room banter's private conversation that took place many years ago. bill clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course. not even close. i apologize if anyone was offended. hillary clinton pounced. this is who are revving we cannot allow this man to become
running mate dodged reporters. [audio not understandable] >> reporter: but there was this from the rnc chair. no woman should ever be described in the terms or talked about in this manner. ever. wbz political analyst jon keller. >> this is bad. this is your voice on tape saying things that are not suitable for a family television station or really for a poe slight >> that was julie loncich. billy bush is now a
anchor on the today show apologizing saying he was embarrassed and ashamed and we are following a developing story out of new hampshire. a man is under arrest connected to the death of his 19-month- old stepchild. charges against 30-year-old leo witham includes child endangerment. he will be in court on tuesday. police have not said how the
ashworth avenue. fenway park is a magical place and the red sox are going to need it. they are coming home to boston one game away from being eliminated from the playoffs. clay buchholz gets ball in must win game. levan reid has more on how we got here. >> reporter: good-- >> good morning this is one of the items everyone paid attention to when red sox signed david price the question was could he perform in october. he was 0-7 all time as a starter in the playoffs and after last night he is now 0-8. sox taking game 2 and this is all you need. second inning price on the hill and gives up a 3-run shot to chisenhall putting the indians up 4-0 and the game out of reach. the sox only managed 3 hits on the night. they lose 6-0 and go down 2-0 in the series. so it has come to this. less than week after the good
clay buchholz gets the start to try to keep the season and big pap a career going. dan roche has more on last night's game. >> reporter: thanks very much. when you look at what's happened over the past two games for the red sox team i guess stunning is maybe a proper word. also angry. that's what we got out of the red sox clubhouse after this one. especially from one of the leaders david ortiz. >> we have no choice we have to go home and try to play better. >> you seem angry with how it has gone the last couple days. >> should i be happy? >> i am asking you seem like you are pretty upset. >> getting beat. nothing to celebrate. >> is it stunning to you what happened the last two days david. >> it's part of the game man but you know, i know we are better than that so we have to come and play better. >> reporter: simple come tomorrow at fenway park red sox win or they are done.
dan roche wbz sports. >> thanks. the sox dropped 7 of the last # and if they don't break out of it tomorrow big papi and sox will be done and that will be sad to see. that's sports this morning levan reid for wbz sports. restoring confidence strength and self-esteem through running. how the guest in today's for your community is helping
eeling alright, baby? ? welcome back. combating homelessness through running that's what our guest organization is all about today. this morning we are joined by teresa lynn the executive director of back on my feet. teresa thanks for being here. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> tell feet for those who don't know. >> back on my feet in boston is part of a national organization that combat homelessness by using running community support and essential resources around employment and housing. >> tell butts running based model. how did it come about. >> it came about because running is really platform for life. one foot in front of the other runners get up early and run three times a week with a community so there are
they get other things job skill trainings and resources to find housing and it builds from there. >> very nice. tell us about some of the peopleyou have served and what it meant for them. >> we have had great program partners including cbs and they help us employ people so we had a woman who was out of work for 15 years and had some skill gaps and we were able to through the help of local partners filth gaps and now she works at a cbs in -- cv >> that's great do you follow up and speak with them after or visit them how does that work itmust rebbe warding poo we have an alumni network so they run with us as they want or if they want we continue to stay in touch. >> i was going to ask i am sure they make the perfect mentors. >> they do. >> tell butts other events you -- tell us about the other events you are involved with. >> we are involved with what we call fund raising. so we have boston marathon
and we are other local races. we have-- we use volunteers in our programs around running. so if you are interested in running with the team it's early but i know you are good with early. but between 5:30 and 6:30 in the morning 3 times a week but you don't have to go 3 times a week and we have low cages in boston quincy and somerville. >> and distance is varies. >> it varies but you could walk. it's between 2 and 5 miles it's about time ab people mate go fast and two go slow. >> you are looking for volunteers and help in different aspects. >> yes. help with the running team and help with the fund raising which goes to the website and find more information on and help with securing local program partners and corporate support so if you work in an agency that might be able to assist us in some way through partnerships around job
with financial donation that's great. >> and your website. >> it's boston.back on my feet.org. >> thanks for coming in and sharing. >> thanks for having me. >> nice to meet you. coming up they say you should never count your chickens before they hatch. but still to come, why democrats may be able to say they have got one vote in particular in the bag.
the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta join them in voting no on question two. new clients? let's go meet them soon. in person, we could read the room. on the phone, you're just a voice. yeah, i'm good. for fast rewards, let's book on choice. this trip could really help us grow. ? should i stay or should i go? ? when it's time to go for business,
illinois is a early voting state and president obama cast his ballot in chicago. he didn't say who he voted for but smiled and stayed silent when asked the question. it's 7:18 now. craig or director said we have to show this shot because it's unbelievable. look at that berry. it's fog over our beautiful city. what's going on. >> we have a layer low clouds and it's the frowned fog and that's an interesting shot. >> very cool. >> it's getting more pictures from our weather viewers out there. sending those in. so we will show some of those later on but again, the clouds will take over the question is some places have a lot of sun and other places have the thin layer of low clouds. >> location location location. >> you bet. but we are thankful here.
people are dealing with the destructive wind and flooding rain down the coast kerry and here's the latest look at matthew with maximum sustained winds of 105 in the narrow belt in that eye wall which is buffing charleston down to hilton head right now. and the storm is moving off to the north northeast at 12 miles per hour. so it's going to make landfall finally in the united states and in the state of south carolina. this morning. so, it wi storm and it will be downgraded down to a trop scale storm -- tropical storm but there's the northwestern eye wall that pivots on to the coastline where they get the heaviest rain and strongest destructive wind right now. we have the spiral bands that continues to pivot onshore and with the band there's been quick spin up small tornadoes
here-therefrom northern south carolina and southern north care loons the storm spins and spirals along the south carolina -- carolina and storm storm -- and the storm spins and spy rals along the south carolina coast. some of the moisture will be captured by a system from the west an upper level system will capture some of the rain and pull it out but it's not going to be able to pull up wind. most of our wind on monday out of the north at 15 to 30 miles an hour on columbu the sunshine will be back. but it's not sunny down here today. they have inches of rain from south carolina north carolina savannah airport had more than 11 inches of rain out of this. and these are the wave heights in the september being the highest wave heights running 18 to 24 feet in here and those are just offshore and some of the waves of course battering the coastline and we have the storm surge to deal with as well down in here. but we don't have to worry much
and rough surf out there for sure and here's projected track the national hurricane center has not changed much for the last several days. it was last tuesday that it became more apparent this storm was not going to come up to new england at all. it was tuesday afternoon when the models started to show this. so it's going take a track like this and start looping and not to say this never happened there's been cases over the years where the storms do loop and the steering currents are very weak. and this will be one of the cases indeed. looks like it's on a beeline will curl out like that but some of the moisture will be pulled northward and moved into new england during tomorrow especially southeastern massachusetts. now this initial band of showers may come into new england into vermont coming up for tonight but there will be no rain anywhere today but the cloud sem will be on the increase and -- clouds will be on the increase. mid and high level cloud storm clouds coming up from the southwest. tonight 9:309 first batch of showers cuts across -- 9:30,
beautiful fall foliage it's really incredible this year. i've seen it and it's awesome. a few other scattered showers tonight over southeastern mass and the general area down here is most vulnerable to being wet. later tonight and through much of tomorrow, farther north and west of boston rain chances drove off especially -- drop off especially late tomorrow morning a few scattered showers and decent rain will fall down here making a wet soaking day even in to tomorrow evening. the rain may actually blossom back into central massachusetts late tomorrow tomorrow night with that disturbance coming from the northwest we may have a little wave disturbance forming nothing to do with the hurricane to the south but a wave disturbance may help to enhance that rainfall late tomorrow. we clear up after that. so it's just unbelievable foliage up north in most locations in some places it's absolutely spectacular like
here route 3 looking out all up northern new hampshire. i was in maine yesterday and it's fantastic. so enjoy it if you k and it won't be much rain on foliage country tomorrow but there will be some down here. a few catered -- scattered showers in the morning and in the afternoon it's rainy and southeastern mass and then it's moving out until we get sunshine on monday and tuesday and wednesday and partly cloddy at times especially over the cape but cool weather is coming in the soaries of nice warm days kerry. >> don't say it like that you know how upset i get. >> i won't anymore. >> fair enough thank you. get your forks and knives and appetite ready here's a look at what he coming up next on the -- what's coming up next on the phantom gourmet. >> beer is having a big moment. coming up the phantom gourmet visits restaurants and breweries pouring something
special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
as the craft beer business continues to grow restaurants and breweries are coming together. dan andelman find out what's on tap. >> reporter: at jack's abby in pizza and pork sank cooked in a wood fired oven with beers on tap. >> we have giant windows you can see what we are doing an daily basis. it's going to be exciting for people to come in and have a meal and see where everything they are drinking is coming from. >> reporter: brew topia is part brewery and barbeque joint and fun. >> the beers are made in house.
smoke the wings but we are very beer heavy here. >> reporter: ipsw ich ale can sample the beers at brewer's table. >> see the brewing process from inside a full service restaurant that does great food pairings with great beer. >> reporter: if you like a big selection the first world of beer restaurant recently opened up at cambridge side galleria with 50 craft beers on over 500 cans and bottles. for more food and fun watch phantom gourmet saturday and sunday at 10:30 and 11 on my tv38. >> all right it's 7:28. as you rise and shine with us here on this saturday morning. cloudy morning out there although depending where you are there is sunshine in other places. barry has the full forecast headed are way.
live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning everybody. it's 7:30 on this saturday. thanks for waking up with us today. i am kerry connolly we have a live look from charleston south carolina this morning. take a look at this as hurricane matthew makes its way through. for the very latest now let's go over to barry burbank to find out what's going on. good morning to you. here's the latest on the storm as of 7 this morning. the storm is about 30 miles to the south southwest of charleston south carolina. that's where the center of the system was. still, considered a cat 2 storm with some sustained wind there now around 105 miles per hour in the eye wall. it is producing tons of rain produced more than 11 inches at the savannah international airport and we have the northwestern eye wall and
right in the charleston area where the heaviest rain and strongest destructive wind is occurring as it moves off to the north northeast. plenty of rain to fall and it's down here as the system is down here. here we are up in new england and we have a little strip of showers which is moving all up to northern new york state and a little rain will get grabbed by a system coming into the west and that's why i think we will have some rain tomorrow especially southeastern massachusetts but not the wind. today, it's a cloud rolling in and some places have it's beautiful this morning and this is a last in this series of warm days 71 today. and cool the next couple days and the sun will be back on monday but it's tomorrow we get some rain. i will show you why most the rain will fall and we talk about matthew. >> thank you so much. checking our other top stories a rare apology from republican presidential candidate donald trump in response to a individual grow ten years ago that records him making crude comments about
a entertainment show he release adamant and half apology on his twitter page and has gotten criticism from political figures from across the country. a manhunt for a murderer in orange. police are searching for a person driving a car like this who may be linked to deadly home invasion. the victim a 95-year-old man murdered in his home and his wife badly injured. police are on the hunt for the couple's stolen 200 # toyota corolla a model with plate number m99949. an out of control van crashes right into a home in arlington. police say the driver of the chimney sweep van forgot to put it in park and wacked away and the van started to roll down a hill. the driver ran to stop it but the van as you see here knocked him over. the passenger then tried to stop the van but he failed and got hurt as well. the van went through as abouty intersection only -- busy intersection stopping when it
truck or the van made it here like to crash into the stairs. >> police cited the driver 45- year-old man from new york for not make sure the van cas secure. he and his passenger were checked out of the hospital and are expected to be okay. the patriots are getting ready for tom brady's big come back tomorrow and boston collegestruggles in one of the biggest games. sports is headed your way.
good morning. and this red sox trip to cleveland couldn't have gone worse. porcello didn't get out of the 5th and price couldn't get out of the 4th. sox lot of by 6-0 and come home in a best of five series with no room for error. lebron james in the house maybe he brought sek inning and cleveland is on the board. guyer base knock santana comes around throw and third and the throw from jackie bradley junior off line indians up 1-0. same inning and we have lift off. lonnie chisenhall has not hit home run off a lefty all season but goes yard with price on the hill. sox down 4-0. sox with chance in the 4th. big papi pops up see the
boston got 3 hits. 9th and napoli sealed the deal coming home down 2 games to none. let's go to dan roche in cleveland. >> reporter: no one thought they would come back down 02 but that's where they are -- down 0-2 but that's where they sit. they are upset but the leaders say we are not done just yet. >> it's i don't have another response to that i mean, they have to beat us three times not two. >> david with everything that within the down how badly you want to pitch. >> it's coming. i know my number is going to get called again to pitch in 2016 and i will be ready. i want it for sure and i know the guys will get it to me. >> what to do to -- what you do
>> get better. >> how much are you looking forward to going home. >> we have know choice. >> are you angry with how it has gone. >> should i be happy. >> you seem like you are pretty upset. >> getting beat. nothing to celebrate. >> is it stunning to you what happened in the last few days night part of the game but you know, i know we are better than that. so we have to come play better. >> reporter: game 3 of course, now you think about it it could be the final game of david ortiz' career. think about that. with the red sox in cleveland. dan roche wbz sports. >> college football bc hosting clemson. it got ugly quick. tigers took care of business from that point on winning 56-
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this morning. looks quiet but boy they have been going through a lot evook situation orders in place and so many people without power and what's going on down there now? >> it's interesting they have had brief gusts which have been high and the wind drops off and it's less but the few gusts when some of the bands have gone through, especially the eye wall in that area up to 87 miles per hour there at hilton head. so that's where the storm is kerry right south southwest of charleston south carolina. and according to the latest information with the national hurricane senter's cat 2 storm and so it's still a creating a lot of rain and will produce 6 to as much as 12 inches of rain in some locations in the carolinas today so it's causing freshwater flooding and flooding along the coast due to the storm surge. it's moving to the north northeast at 12 miles an hour
little bit. also, just to the northeast of charleston here we have wilmington and there's been scattered spin up tornadoes and a few tornadoes warning in some of the spiral bands that spin in here and doesn't take much to spin up a few tornadoes. and just minor ones within the whole hurricane circulation so we are looking at flash flood watches and warnings that's been put up and several more inches of rain today. notice here's the island here. some of the rain will be captured a little bit of it will be captured and pulled into new england tomorrow. you can see the first swath shootingp ahead here. an upper level disturbance from the great lakes as it digs into the northeast, it will be able to dig down and pull up some of the rain tomorrow and especially affecting southeastern massachusetts. the reason we are having the showers now this cold front is approaching from the west. that's going to put an end to
it will get close to 70 even though we have cloudiness arriving now. there's matthew there. and here's nicole it's a tropical storm it's weakened in the last 24 hours or so. so, we see some of the cloudiness starting to show up. there's some fog in the river valleys like the merrimack and connecticut river valley and there's some other cloudiness starting to show up as well. so, the idea is it's going to get cloudier with time but no rain today this evening there will be a few showers the northern mountains and starting to see some showers come up from the southwest here pointed towards southeastern new england and tomorrow morning we will have those showers there and which will be sort of variable in intensity and a few other scattered showers north and west of the boston. this as the energy comes into the west it will dig in enough so it may be a wave disturbance along the frontal boundary that has nothing to do with matthew to the south. but some of the tropical moisture will be connected and
so later tomorrow and tomorrow evening there be could beheavier rain southeastern massachusetts if that wave develops and everything shifts offshore and we will have sunshine on monday except varying amounts of clouds. today's highs near 70 not bad and the clouds on the increase so we won't have the brilliant sunshiny weather the last few days. low temperatures tonight will be in the 50s, mid to upper 50s for the most part much milder than it was early this morning and then lower 60s to upper 50s tomorrow not much of a tempur and again this is fall foliage extravaganza time. it's so beautiful up north you can't believe how vibrant the colors are. i haven't seen anything as vibrant as this in a long time i was up there last weekend up to maine yesterday and tomorrow it's raining a little bit. especially southeastern mass we could get moderate to brief hi heavy rain later in the afternoon. cools off so it's 60 on monday. tuesday and wednesday lower 60s sunny to partly cloudy all days. a couple showers may be here on thursday. kerry.
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welcomehappy to have you with us. there's a nonprofit organization that is making a big difference in the lives of latino women. latina women invasion center was started in the state of rhode island but now they are helpinglatino women in the state of massachusetts. to tell us about the center and services they offer and their latest efforts with us this morning is the center's board of directors vp pastor daniel >> thanks so much for being here. >> thank you. >> so you guys are helping a lot of latino women. >> we are working hard. >> that's a great goal so what can can you tell butts senter. >> the center exist to help women many women who don't have access to counseling or insurance for counseling to receive that kind of counseling and free of charge and it works also to help them in the
educational assistance to them and we provide physical like well-being neap a little bit of everything. >> a little bit of everything. >> and now i know you started in rhode island in 2012 and what made you want to start going to massachusetts and now you are covering all of new england. >> because of the success of the program, andn road -- in rhode island we published things on the internet and facebook and people around new england began to see it's not only new parts of latin america and see the success of the program and so. >> you think the need the factthat there is a need in the different places as well and they saw it and they are like why is that not offered here right. >> right exactly. >> so is that how you started to branch out. >> people began to say hey we could use that here in our community and wondered how they might be able to get some of the meetings and conferences in their own churches and neighborhoods. >> yes. so before we start talking
latest effort now winter fest 2016, tell us a little bit more about the different events you have. i've seen pastor so many of your events already in so many different parts of you know new england so tell us a little about each-- like a couple othem. >> we have one called the women's congress and it was the first one last year in our church and it was held in our church building in providence but it was to bring women around the idea of their own lives and their own communities right where they live and to be a blessing where they are and it todd on more than just more than just emotional health it talked about spiritual health too so it's something that's impressive and even to the governor andn rhode island she was impressed it has spiritual element not just a physical or emotional element but the spiritual element too as well.
important to also let our viewers know is this only for the women who go to the churches or it's opened to everyone. >> it's opened to everyone and there's no judgment on who you know what kind of church you go to or if you don't go to church at all. everyone is welcomed and anywoman can come enjoy the is of and -- enjoy the services and they are totally free. so, they are totally free and 2016. this is the latest effort you did it last year so what is that all about. >> we are excited to be able free vied coats and -- to be able to provide coats and some supplies to school children in the region so that of course there are people that don't have access to good coats and there are people that have coats that are good but they are going to look for a newer one this year and they want to give it so someone -- it to someone else that can use it
people together to give and also to help people who are in need. >> so last year, pastor you were able to help 276 families. this year, the goal 500. >> exactly. right. >> you are trying to double that. >> trying to double that. >> you think you can. >> right with the help of everyone. >> i think you can surpass the 500. >> i think so i think so and next year maybe we will go for a thousand but we are working hard to see if we can. >> gloves scarves and right in addition to coats and just lightly used coats or what condition is that in. >> bring a nice lightly used coat something in good condition and we will clean it and take care of that and we are giving toys away to kids so for christmas time there will be a ton of toys available for kids. >> it's so important for our children to see toys so you know to them again, a toy is even more important than a coat
for coming by and telling us about the center. we know you have been helping a lot of latino women all over new england continue with the you know the great work you guys do and let's have our viewers we have reach out to you guys to help out with winter fest. >> that would be great thank you. >> thank you. >> for more information on the latina women invasion center call them at 401-573-1064 in englis link to the facebook page or e- mail them directly at cbsboston.com and we want you to connect with us online follow us on twitter and connect with us on facebook. step forward to a better you. see you next time. >> thank you the end of every saturday morning we preview the pet parade which airs on sunday morning around 7:15ish and we like to show you she going to be on and this is little tater
and he lost his owners his owner passed away isn't that horrible and now he needs a new home he is lonely and will be on the pet parade tomorrow. >> i love the ears. >> yeah i know he is so cute. >> all right what's going on good day to bring the dogs for awalk? >> good day. >> they
love the refreshing air. >> it's nice and this is the last really warm day that we have we have had 70s. around 70 today clouds rolling in and we get some rain tomorrow. >> all right. thanks barry have wond heful day. see yo see you tomorrow morning. ers, . and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac
than our security. that's why i hired more state troopers... and strengthened plans for school safety. support aggressive action to destroy isis... and put our security before my party-- opposing president obama's plan to close guantanamo. narrator: all while kelly ayotte supports reckless and dangerous donald trump. and ayotte skipped nearly half her homeland security committee hearings on border security and drug trafficking.
captioning funded by cbs good morning. it's october 8th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning: saturday." trump campaign. leaked video shows the candidate making lewd and sexist remarks, and breaking overnight, trump responds with a midnight video. hurricane matthew charges up the southeast coast. we are in the heart of the storm. and picking up the pieces in florida, as the dangerous wind dies down, a surge of water still threatens the state. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."