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. live from the channel 4 studios in boston. this is wbz news at noon. right now at noon a suspicious death in lawrence under investigation. police say a 62-year-old woman was found dead outside her apartment. authorities are trying to figure out how the woman died. lawrence with more on the efforts. >> reporter: chris, we are on the backside of this apartment building. this is where the crime scene is. you can see where police have cleared the leaves away. this is where she lived. police have been in and out of this building this morning, and they've been all around the apartment complex. >>it's a very tragic story, and
good heart that we don't know what really went wrong. >> reporter: relatives of 62-year-old justina rosa say she was headed home here in lawrence after a visit with a family member. she never made it. her body was discovered outside the complex tuesday morning. >>we don't know if it was an attack or -- that's why we want to get some closure, because right now it sounds like a mystery. >> reporter: crews clearing leaves around the cr ground. >>i remember the good times. >> reporter: rosa's family remembering her as a mother figure to all who knew her. >>she didn't have no grudges. she tried to fix everything. she baby-sit 24 hours. >>right now we're just in shock, in shock, such a great lady with a great heart. >> reporter: relatives tell us
her body was in when she was discovered. they don't know if she was robbed. the medical examiner office is handling the autopsy today. in lawrence christina hague e wbz news. breaking news the man wanted for the deadly ambush of two iowa police officers just captured. >>brianna pits joins us with the latest information. >> reporter: the arrest comes after an hours long man hunt. police say scott michael greene shot one officer police car earlier this morning. just 20 minutes later police say he shot and killed another officer just 2 miles from the first scene. schools in the area were shut down as police searched for greene who they say has a history of confrontation with police. the community is devastated over the attacks. >>des moines is not a big city. we all know each other, so i mean, we're heartbroken. >> reporter: police say greene was arrested just miles away from the scene. so far they
the shootings, kate. >>thank you. also developing right now cleanup under way in westford where a train went off the tracks. one of the cars was carrying cleaning solution. anna joins us with details. >> reporter: kate crews have been here all morning using the large crane to try to turn the white tanker upright. that white tanker is full of chemicals so fi also standing by just to make sure none of the chemicals spill. hazmat crews responded to this neighborhood tuesday night after 6 freight cars derailed including a tanker carrying a potentially flammable solution. >>it was just a boom sound. >> reporter: neighbors received a robo call warning they may have to evacuate. >>i was getting concerned because you don't know what's in
fortunately there was not a spill and neighbors were able to stay in their homes. >>there was no release to the environment. the tank is in tact which is very important. >> reporter: crews are using a crane to get the derailed cars back on the track. fire officials are standing by workers maneuver the tanker full of chemicals. this is the second derailment in this area in the last two years. the chief says that's inexcusable. >>it's did i the middle -- disconcerning to get a phone call in the middle of the night saying you may need to evacuate. they need to let us know why it happened and what they're going to do to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: they're investigating the cause of the derailment. >>that's the second time, so don't you think they should do something about it, especially with the families around here and small children. >> reporter: taking a live look you can see that the rails are
repaired. pan-am railway officials tell me the train was moving at 10 miles per hour at the time. they are looking at the track structure, the train operation and also the black box in order to try to determine the cause of the derailment. reporting live anna miler wbz news. we are talking about a wednesday warmup as we look over the city right now. going up into the 60s today. it feels nice but changes are on the way. >>of course, when things start to go in our favor we've got to change them anything. >>in new england mother nature likes to play games with us. 63 right now, look at this shot just fantastic afternoon, the wind is about 15 miles per hour from the southwest and that's pumping in mild air. 63 in boston currently. 65 in norwood right now, and it's 67 in fitsburg. we'll make a run at
it's a little bit cooler over the board in new hampshire, 57 in manchester right now. we're cooler there because we've had a few more clouds. the clouds will build over the next few hours. you'll notice some fixing -- mixing in with the sunshine today. our rain is back in parts of michigan and parts of western new york. it doesn't arrive until late tomorrow. a noontime notice areas of rain north manchester, traveling along 89 and 93, by midafternoon rain is pressing in from west to east t loses a little bit of steam in terms of of the heaviest of rain and even an isolated thunderstorm through the late afternoon and evening. we'll take you through the weekend, kate, in a few. thank you. a water main break in burlington means some homes are without water. crews
the turnpike extension and bedford street. the water main was shut off but crews will probably be working there all day. 6 days to go in campaign 2016. today hillary clinton is going where most democratic presidential candidates won't go. >>clinton will be in arizona for a big rally tonight. the last democrat to win that state was her husband back in 1996. reconsider their vote and change it. four states that allow early voting do give you an option to recast your ballot. our election night coverage starts at 7:00 right here on wbz next tuesday and we will bring you the results throughout the night. we'll also bring you an election special at 8:00 on my tv 38 and you can check out cbs
results. police have just released the 911 calls from a 70-year- old woman who was tied up in a home invasion. nicole is live with the latest on this. >> reporter: the police chief says they could be looking for yet a second vehicle. they've pulled surveillance video from various cameras throughout the town, but still he says they are looking for the one clue that leads them to the susp. >> reporter: a 911 call early tuesday put sterling police on alert. >>i have been robbed by three men, and they have taken off with my 2004 black cadillac. >> reporter: more than 24 hours later. >>we have not made an arrest in this case. >> reporter: and that's unsettling for residents after a violent home invasion. >>it's scary. >> reporter: along stephanie
>>because of the location of the house. it's in the center of sterling. it's a cul-de-sac. it's not easily located. >> reporter: overnight some tips have circulated but none leading to the three men who allegedly tied up the woman in her bedroom demanding the safe. >>we're assuming it was planned. we don't know if the -- they're familiar with the house. >> reporter: they made off with cash and the victim's car. it was found abandoned in a field 7 now police believe there could be yet another vehicle. >>they had to get to this location somehow. it's in the center of sterling, so they had to get there. they left and then they had to get picked up where the vehicle was abandoned. >> reporter: they're leaving no stone unturned. either way resident's piece of mind is shattered. >>not something i would expect to deal with here. >> reporter: police say they are following up with residents in the neighborhood today as well
again. they also say anyone who might have seen anything suspicious in the area of boothill road where the vehicle was located, they want anyone who might have seen a second vehicle or any suspicious activity to give them a call. we're live in sterling, nicole jacobs wbz news. a new hampshire man held on $65,000 bail after a deadly crash in salem. todd gurley was drove through a stop sign yesterday and pulled onto route 111. he slammed into another car killing a 69 woman. two other people were hurt. bill cosby back inside a pennsylvania courtroom as the judge hears actors over whether or not testimony in a decades-old lawsuit can be used against him in his upcoming sexual assault trial. his lawyers says he agreed to answer questions under oath only after being told he would not be
year after dozens of women came forward accusing him of sexual assault. the patriots are on a buy this week but they are hard at work practicing today and then they'll enjoy a few days off. everyone's still buzzing about them trading away jamie collins. >>absolutely, you can't be around this long and not realize that the world will keep up tomorrow without you. that's just the way it goes, and i think you enjoy just what -- the experiences that you have and then also understand, like, it just keeps going on, so it could happen to anybody. >>i don't know if the sun will come up without tom brady. it might not. let's get a look at patriots all access friday night at 7 right here on wbz. on sunday morning we'll have patriots
day at 11:30 and we wrap it all up on sports final at 12:05. >>i guess half the sun will come up as long as the coach is still with us, right. the cubs even up the series. the cubs haven't won since 1908 and the indians haven't won since 1948. 7 standing room tickets in cleveland are going for over $1,000 each. it wasn't so long ago when we were in that position. >>i know we feel th hopefully, hopefully they can pull it out tonight. >>that'll be exciting. coming up on the wbz news at noon, holiday donations destroyed. >>the blaze that could ruin christmas for some local military families and how the community is rallying to make sure it doesn't happen. also making the grade that could change how you dine out in boston. how electronic tolling is changing your communicate. rte,
the storage facility caught fire last week and with just a month to go 70% of the donations are gone. >>it's not insurmountable. we'll get it done. there'll be 800 kids across the street in that gym on december 11th with horseback rides and ponies and petting zoos and they'll have their christmas. >>the cape cod cooperative bank put donation boxes in all its branches and set up cash donations. restaurants are making the grade this morning. the mayor handed out the first restaurant letter grade. stash pizza on blue hill avenue got an a. the move the mayor hopes will encourage the restaurants to put out a top-quality product. >>at first we got a little concerned about what it would do for believe sos in our city,
people go into good, clean establishments. >>if a restaurant receives a lower grade they will be given 30 days to make inspections. a second inspection will take place and the second grade will be posted. a new tolling seems to be helping drivers get to their places quicker. drivers have made it 10 minutes faster the same time last week and the drive from weston was about 5 minutes faster as well. this video shows crews taking down pieces at the ted williams tunnel. there are still 23 work zones on the pike running 24 hours a day but the agency says they've already removed 85 of the 155 old tollbooths. >>got to give them credit. >>keep going. all right.
now. i've seen a lot of weather watcher comments saying what are we skipping over winter? it feels like spring out there. 63 in boston, no complaints about that from us. same in fal muth and chatham, 63 degrees in worcester, same in nashville, 63 in lawrence. mid 50s in concord, 55 in springfield and 60 in north adams right now. lower 60s when you compare that to the country and there's a lot of warmth. we're pushing near 80 right now from st. louis to nashville. we're in the 80s along the gulf coast. you notice the big change? much colder air in the northern plains, so we get back into this as we head into the end of the week. until then we're enjoying the sunshine, although it's been filtered by some high clouds. and we'll get a few building clouds through the afternoon.
michigan here out of southern wisconsin, and that's the front that's going to approach tomorrow and bring us the threat for wet weather thursday. until then, enjoy the rest of today. tonight will be quiet, not cold, just like this morning, 54 although some of the coolest areas may dip into the upper 50s. highs tomorrow come into the 60s but it depends on where you are. notice the farther north you go it's cooler, so lawre portsmouth, boston should be in the low 60s but you get south of the pike and that's where we punch into some of the warmth and that's where we may be close to 70, norwood and taunten, down to providence. let's time out the wet weather. morning communicate should be fine. midday is okay, rain, though, pushing through a lot of maine,
afternoon, 1:00, 2:00, downpours through early to midafternoon, particularly from the merrimack valley along through the route 2 corridor. 4:00 p.m. a lot of us drying ought a little bit. the south shore and the cape don't get into a ton of rain. there may somebody leftover showers and that's pretty much it. we get partial clearing after that. how much rain is going to fall? it's not a to maybe a quarter of an inch. do you see the blues to the north, that's where we say see around an inch of rain, generally about a 10th maybe a quarter of an inch. and then the blast of cold air comes in. so friday will be sunny but chilly, highs in the upper 40s, year secondary cold front comes in. don't forget we turn the clocks back 2:00 a.m. sunday and the weather looks quiet
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cod now recovered. now lettuce helped get her ready to be on her own. meanwhile gorgeous weather. you know these days are numbered in new england. temperatures in the 60s right now just beautiful. dawn says it's 61 in hollace right now. john in hanover says sunshine and 67 degrees.
one more mild day tomorrow.
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coming up at 5:00 a holy discovery in jerusalem. archeologists may have found jesus' burial slab. a pregnant manatee rescued in the waters off cape cod is now back in the wild. >>it was first treated here and th orlando. she's been eating lettuce daily which a has made her gain more than 90 pounds. who knew lettuce could pack on the pounds. >>she is pregnant. so 60s today, tomorrow will be in the 60s, the rain moves in and then much cooler to end the week. the weekend's looking pretty good.
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