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. breaking news. right now at 340, a car pulled from the charles river. the big miss take the driver made. and campaign 2016, the candidates crisscrossing the country. in other events, a sports team accused fiing women at harvard. this is wbz news this morning. good morning, thanks for jing us. >>it is november 7th and a chilly morning. >>danielle, the cold has returned this this morning. >>we are running in the 30s. right now. it's 38 at roguen --
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springfield at 29. 40s on the cape. there's an active breeze keeping the atmosphere mixed up. it's gust k 20 to 30 miles an hour on the cape. there's some clouds that have developed as well on the cape. other than that skies are clear and we are in for sunshine today, but a bit on the cool side. out of the 30s we clim 48 through lunchtime. the wind will be lightest inland and will stay gusty at the coast in cape cod today. no weather-related issues. your ride home clear and convey. sunset at -- clear and quiet. we have the election day forecast. >>good morning, danielle. quiet along the pike this morning even with multiple construction zones. work is continuing in springfield, west in brighton,
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have some construction crews on 93 north over exit 4 en route 4 in randolph. this should wrap up at 5:00 a.m. we also have some good news for your commute. traffic is once again moving in both directions along route in 128 in needham. mass. dot crews went the weekend demolishing the bridge -- spent the weekend demolishing the br. charles river in cambridge. no one was in the car when it went into the water. officials say the driver got out after a crash on memorial drive and didn't put the brake on. crews along with drivers in the water helped get the car out. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died early this morning of complications due to parkinson's disease.
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she was one of the clinton administration's most recognizable figures. we have one day to go until america votes if campaign 2016, and there is no rest for the candidates as they crisscross the country. both candidates hopping from state to state ahead of election day including stops in new hampshire. good news for clinic the fbi clearing her in its late -- for clinton, the fbi clearing her in its >>craig bozwell has the late yeast donald trump capped a push in virginia overnight -- the latest. >>hillary clinton is guilty, she knows it, the fbi knows it. >> reporter: after reviewing thousands of newly discovered clinton e-mails fbi director james comey penned another letter to congress revealing
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bring charges against the nominee. >>we're glad this matter is resolved. >> reporter: clinton did not mention the fbi development in pennsylvania, ohio, and new hampshire with the help of lebron james and james taylor. >>i really believe that america's best years are still ahead of us. >> reporter: clinton's e-mail saga has haunted her throughout the entire campaign. the issue continues to be a source of debate on sunday night house speaker used the topic to encourage americas to vote for trump saying she believes she's above the law and plays by her own rules. harry reid accused the director of breaking the lairage -- writing he created a political firestorm merely to confirm what we already knew, that clinton's
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voters will get their fable i -- final say home tomorrow. >>a threatening message for trump supporters. somebody spray painted the words "kill your local trump supporter." the graffiti was first spotted rally tonight in boston at fano hall at 7p weld has acknowledged his party's tough chances of winning. new hampshire's state senate race could have a major impact on the balance of power in the senate. kelli ayotte is fight
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democratic challenger maggie hassan will demonstrate in durham. hassan will also make stops to thank communities. a lawsuit challenge massachusetts' voter regulation deadline heads to court today. the deadline was october 20th. the aclu wants a preliminary injunction in the case to allow three residents to vote tomorrow. they claim the disenfranchise voters. don't forget wbzn-cbs news will will begin live could have -- will begin live coverage at 7:00 p.m. at 9:00 you can join us for a webcast. developing news from oklahoma this morning emergency crews assessing the damage from
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oil hub. the 5.2 quake damaged buildings in a city housing a large oil terminal. the quake could be felt as far away as iowa, illinois, and texas. there have been 19 earthquakes in oklahoma in the past week. some scientists have linked the state's increase in earthquakes to underground disposal of wastewater production. police are searching for the pictures who shot and killed a man in everett around -- for the person who shot and killed a man in everett. police investigated the scene while one witness described what she saw fright front of her. >>the guy that got shot ran out to the street, and that's when he had fallen right there and
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breathe." >>the victim was pronounced dead at the hospital. boston police asking the public for help identifying this vehicle in connection with a death investigation. the car is believed to be a newer model nissan altima in black or bark blue. the vehicle was spotted in reduction berry last month when a man was -- in roxbury last month. if you recognize police investigating a deadly car where a 70-year-old died after being hit by a truck on apache way last night. no charges have been filed at this time. the boston police department says city constables must now be fingerprinted. police say 33-year-old kirk figueroa who was a constable for the city
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another state. fingerprinting constables will allow them to conduct background checks. another harvard sports team is accused of producing sexually explicit reports about female athletes creating spreadsheets before an annual dance. the situation was reported by the men's cross country captain to suspended the rest of the men's soccer season after discovering a similar report. the school's president said the men's team had not been worth coming when questioned about the situation. coming up a slow-down in the suburbs. >>the local city lowering their speed limits. starting today, where you need to watch out. a service offering free rides to the voting rides.
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free transportation being offered on election day. jill is here with those stories. good morning. >> reporter: good morning kris and indicate. we could be -- kate, we could be in for a relief rally today. the fbi finished its review of new clinton e-mails and stands by its decision not to file charges. the dow friday, the nasdaq dropped 12. if you need a ride to polls tomorrow, zip car can help offering free access on election night. you can sign up on its app. they want tonn -- encourage people to vote. mcdonald's is getting ready to launch a feature on its app that would let users order and
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they have lagged behind other chains when it comes to digital ordering, kris and kate. >>starbucks has done this for a long time and it's life changing to be able to order on your phone, walk in, and walk out. >> reporter: yeah. it's supposedly very successful for starbucks and other companies that have done this, domino's as well, it's interesting that mcdonald's is so far sunshine jill, thank you. >>one thing for sure. the fries >>pretty soon we won't have to talk to anybody in the store. >>we like walking in and talking to the starbucks people, you know, that. kris spends all day talking to them. 38 in boston right now. same in taunten. we're colder 20 degrees than this time yesterday. we have some 20s on the map the farther north you go. concord
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30s for a lot of the suburbs. beverly is at 35. milder from parts of the south shore down to the cape for a couple of reasons. number 1 is there are some ocean-effect clouds on the mid and outer cape. the clouds are still in the mid and outer cape with the gusty breeze. i'm going to zoom out, and you're going to notice nothing is going on back to the west. you can see the counterclockwise spin. ocean, so we get a couple of these clouds over the cape, that about will i us a -- will bring us a chance for rain on wednesday. until then, a cool start to the week but as high pressure slips to the south we start to get a west-southwest breeze. we pump in the mild air. no weather issues as you
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temperatures will be in the 60s, about 5 to 10 degrees above average for this time of the year. wednesday a front is coming. i am not expecting a wash-out, but there will be some showers wednesday to dodge from time to time from morning until early afternoon and then some clearing late in the day wednesday that will cool us off for the end of the week. high temperatures today notice around 50 it doesn't really matter where you go, on the cape, boston, lower 50s for metro west. pretty light for us through the interior but on the cape it will stay gusty. 29 to 34 tonight and moment clear tonight. look at the highs termination 60 to -- highs tomorrow, 60 to 65 degrees. it's the one mild day in this 7-day french a few spotty showers wensel -- 7-day
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wednesday. the weekend looks quiet but definitely chilly with highs in the low 40s saturday, upper 40s by sunday. quiet start, brianna. >>hard to tell but this is a live look it's so dark out there, but there are construction crews between fen way and leavitt sickle. this construction should wrap up around 5:00. we are checking out the ride from the north into the city, no issues bottom -- looks great. 128 top to bottom looks great. starting today the speed limit in summerville will be 25 miles per hour unless otherwise posted. the city says higher speed limits will remain on state roads like route 16 and the highway but officials say the new lower speed limit will have minimal impact on travel times.
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with that. >>let off the gals a little. thanksgiving two and a half weeks away. preparations now under way for the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. >>hundreds of volunteers are training to glide the huge balloons through the streets of new york city. wendy gillette was there this weekend. >> reporter: it makes military-like precision and hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers to fly the giant balloons that are thanksgiving day parade. michael bowmeran serves as the supervisor. >>what i want you to do is listen to us. >> reporter: this year he's giving orders to those closest to him. his daughter and three sons will fly in from california for the parade. >>you don't necessarily want to be the one to instruct them or
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volunteers were challenged with two other new balloons. two smaller balloons, felix the cat, the parade's first character balloon in 1960 and truckee. >>what -- trixie. >>we've developed accordion legs. >> reporter: there are as many as 70 handlers assigned to each balloon. the lines can be wound up or >>it's not easy learning the ropes, but they are hooked. >>what's it like? >>it's amazing. >> reporter: and they hope it will be even more awesome come thanksgiving dade. wendy gillette, cbs news new york. >>that is not an easy job. i can't imagine the pressure 123450 the responsibility. if one of those things flies away it's on you.
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on the election. >>including the pitches from both candidates and why donald trump is reportedly staying off twitter. >>the patriots is promoting a message object twitter.
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i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask
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danielle,. 4:53 right now. voters heading to the polls in just over 24 hours. it'll be a busy day for both candidates today. hillary clinton is set to campaign in three states. clinton was escorted into the hall last night by the father of an army captain who in iraqi yesterday in new hampshire. clinton touched on immigration in a final appeal to voters. >>i hope you're able to say you voted, you voted for a better, stronger, fairer america, an america where we build bridges not walls. >>clinton even touch on the big news of the day, the fbi's announcement that a review of her latest batch of e-mails found no evidence to warrant
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meanwhile donald trump will campaign in five states today including a rally in new hampshire tonight. trump wrapped up a five-state swing yesterday with an overnight speech in virginia. he spoke about the fbi's latest decision to clear clinton calling the system completely rigged. he also used the last night's campaign stop to poke fun at his opponent. >>we're in the playing games, right -- we're not playing games, right? handwritingry right hillary right now is fast asleep. >>trump is reportedly staying away from twitter. scott pele and our team at the network will start coverage at 12.
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election webcast. police say two deadly shootings this weekend appear to be gang related but not connected. the first happened saturday in dorchester. a victim showed up at the hospital with a gunshot wound and later died. police believe he was shot on benton road. a few hours later there was a shooting in reduction berry. police say he was -- in roxbury. police believe he was shot and killed in billerica police are looking for the man accused of shooting this officer. the man was driving a green caravan with rhode island license plates number iy-888. anyone with information is asked to call police. a record-breaking
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year for -- dana fabberrer this year. 100% of the money raised goes to dana fabberrer. -- farber. >>$47 million, unbelievable. a few patriots players found way to keep busy during the team's buy week. they talked about the players also headed out on a ride-along and attended a basketball game between the police and the kids at st. peter's in dorchester. can you imagine if they were on ride-along and the police pull up and out pops a patriots player. coming up at wbz this morning things will look brighter earlier this morning. >>how people in boston really
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children."
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and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. . in case you forgot we turned back clocks this weekend. a survey finds that boston residents can't wait to spring ahead. >>the survey was done by a boston-based research company that found that 350% -- 50% of
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and 20% need a glass of wine to cope the loss of light. >>a glass or two. nothing more depressing than it getting dark at 4:45. >>but didn't the extra hour feel so good? >>yes, about if you have kids you never get an extra hour. top stories, weather, and traffic ahead here on wbz news. >>the news at 5:00 starts right now. breaking news right now overnight a car pulled from the charles river. breaking news janet reno, the former u.s. attorney general has died. both candidates focusing on battleground states including new hampshire, a closer look at their message to voters. new controversy at harvard, another men's sports team in trouble for objectfying women. this is wbz this morning. >>good morning to you, 5:00.


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