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to transition to the white house. >> andelman art project offering hope is hitting home. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. . >> good morning, everybody. thanks so much for being with us. it is 6:00 on this saturday morning november 12th, barry burbank is standing by, a little chilly. >> yeah, it is cold out there. we still have the wind blowing and because the wind is blowing sort of mixing the air up so we don't have these cooling conditions although in a few spots the wind has dropped off in some valley spots, it's decoupled as we call it. so there are a few places where it has fallen a little bit. a chilly morning out there. it feels like the 20s because we
especially over on parts the cape. yesterday it was very gusty. we're starting out with a clear sky. patches of low clouds out over the ocean. if you live along the coast you can look out and see them out there. this is high thin cloudiness which is going to continue southeastward. the high this afternoon about 49 in many spots, a nice fall day tomorrow and seasonal up to about 58, the rest of my forecast few minutes. >> thank you so much. well, this morning an interview you'll only see here on wbz. president elect donald trump one on one for the first time since winning the election. surprisingly in his interview with 60 minutes mr. trump says he plans to keep parts of obama care. we have a preview. >> so hillary called and it was a lovely call. >> reporter: donald trump in
describing the phone call that effectively ended election. >> she just said congratulations donald, well done. >> reporter: and now revealing he plans to keep parts of obama care in place. >> are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? >> yes, because it happens to be one of the strongest assets, also with the children living with their parents for an extended period. >> you're going to keep that? >> very much going to try to keep that. adds cost keep. >> reporter: the president elect also demoteding chris christie saturday. mike pence will now lead the team along with dr. ben carson, senator jeff sessions. >> i can see already how he is going to be a great president, and i'm glad i could play a small role. >> the role could end up being much bigger. he's reportedly
general though said to want a different job, secretary of state. begin rich has also been mentioned and sarah palin is being considered for secretary of the interior. >> reporter: and trump's 100-day plan is out, it includes a bullet point list of his top objectives including term limits on all members of congress, cancel billions of payments to u.n. sworn in january 20th, . >> and you can watch the full interview with donald trump and his family tomorrow night on 60 minutes right here on wbz. well the trump team gets to work some groups around the country are still having trouble accepting the results of the election. protesters have began taking to the streets in oregon. they started peacefully until demonstrators refused orders to leave.
were some reports of vandalism. in miami protesters stopped traffic on busy highways. here in boston a much different story thousands of people fed up with the emotions of that run high in the last weeks of the long campaign season gathered for a peace rally on the commons. other news fire crews are keeping a close eye on a big brush fire that's been burning all night long. they tell us they do have it in control. no homes are in danger. the remote area and high hard to fight. those winds continued overnight. and it is the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in our country's history and now orlando police have released video from inside the pulse nightclub. it was recorded on body cameras as police entered the building for the first time. >> you can see the lights inside the club still going as police entered the scene. officers pulled out their guns to make sure that the
hear the ringing of phones in the background as people tried to reach the victims. 49 people were killed at the club, the gunman also died. this morning we're learning that drugs may have played a role in the death of an infant. it is a tragedy that also sent the baby's parents to the hospital. . >> reporter: a young woman being wheeled out of this home. a neighbor says moments earlier she saw a heart a bundle that looked like a baby. >> she kept saying my baby, my baby, i don't know what happened, and the ambulance took the baby. >> reporter: the infant was pronounced dead at the hospital, the neighbor also says she saw a man in handcuffs. >> he was walking out and the older woman went up to him and said what did you do to my daughter, he wasn't responding. he was just walking with the officer. and the
and just kind of with her head down. >> reporter: relatives say that 23-year old man is the baby's father, both he and the teenage mom taken to the hospital. when police arrived they were unresponsive. first responders use narcan on them suspecting a possible overdose a cousin now grappling with what happened. >> i guess it was an accident, you know, i don't think it was something intentional. >> reporter: the district if drugs were involved or charges coming. . >> after a story like that if you're in need of extra goodwill you can find it in an unexpected place. messages of hope are being written inside the t station. after a weeks of emotions it's been therapeutic for those writing and reading them. >> reporter: the lower levels
post it notes. >> the sun will rise in the morning. >> reporter: she wasn't planning on writing and then picked up a pen. >> i just saw it and made me think of people are affected by this. . >> reporter: that's exactly the message that's being encouraged. >> everybody i know is depressed and all they can think about is what is going to happen tos. event, here only positive message are allowed. after a week of angry protests she wants to wall to be a giant hug. >> no matter where you're from, what your political background is you just come together as one. >> reporter: on the cold tiles across from the t line it quickly grew of messages of hope, love and inspiration >> some we've had to give markers too would you like to write a message but a lot of
themselves. it feels so good. >> reporter: at the end of a divided week a way for everyone to come together as one she and her friends did have to take down the notes when the train stopped running last night but they took photos and plan to post them to social media. african american students are being targeted at an elite school, coming up what have to say about threatening messages sent in the form of group texts. . >> and from the rallies to the classrooms school all over the country are getting some lessons in political science and barry, you've got some weather watchers over there. >> yeah, more and more of them are waking up on this saturday morning and telling us it's a chilly morning out there. let's check out a few of the numbers out there. mostly in the 30s as you can see.
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. welcome back. barry and i talk about everything, we're talking about our favorite sneakers. >> we've got green ones in the studioht director. >> i got to get some of those. >> you're a runner, you're an in-shape kind of guy. >> they call me the flash. >> what's going on today? cold this morning, but hey might be a day to go out for a run. >> sounds like a good day for that and a good day to go to the ski and snow board expo. i'll be down there after we leave the show about 11:30 to maybe 4, 5:00 this afternoon greeting a lot of people at our booth at
folks there yesterday. we were shooting our special there. so weather special it's going to be on december 10th, by the way. where are we going? >> let's do the w. 3 high schools here, the first one wakefield where it's 33, and the king phillip regional high school is 31. so pretty much the same temperature in most locations, but it feels like the 20s in many areas this morning as blow and not nearly as vicious as it was earlier in the night and certainly most of yesterday but it's feeling pretty chilly out there with these 30s and feeling more like the 20s. so much of the nation in the northeast any way it's cold this morning. not -- hey, hi everybody up there. how's it doing up there in baker lake. 19 this morning, not as bad as last weekend we were saying hi to the folks up there 5 degrees last weekend at this time. the high today in boston should be
nice out there. just below average for this time of year. the rest of the nation doing well in the 50s across the north, 60s the central part of the nation and 70s near the gulf coast. 79 in los angeles. high pressure is governing the . just this cold air coming out of canada for now. last weekend we talked about this cold air coming down but not going to be nearly aspen traiting as what we thought last weekend the models saying really a deep plunge of cold ear and going to be with us all weekend. well, i've got the cold air but the jet stream is changing around quickly and it's just going to escort the cold air out fast. so we only get a blow out of this last night and first thing this morning. so watch the time stamp as we go up through the 40s today. mid to upper 40s for highs. 47 to 49 this afternoon.
some of the streamers of high clouds already in place: we might have a colorful sunset. the clouds deeness thickens up and dims the almost full moon. the super moon we'll be seeing that and any of this high cloudiness tomorrow morning will thin out and disappear. a nice sunny sunday and the temperatures respond and go up to about 58 for a high tomorrow afternoon and then start falling falling back to about 44 down at the stadium as the pats take on the seahawks for that 8:30 kick off, about 44, temperatures dropping a little bit after that. and then it looks like we'll have high temperatures on monday, 62. then we get some rain on tuesday, periods of rain and just a remote risk of a shower wednesday 56, then it warms up the end of the week we may be right back up to 65 to 70.
well, it is 6:15 right now. very few high school students were eligible to vote in this election but they are seeing the impact in their classrooms, cafeterias and hallways. that is video from the royal oak middle school in michigan where a student captured classmates chanting build that wall. someone put whites only in a high school bathroom. there were reports someone h >> the fact that so many of our students feel unsafe right now, that's a big deal. >> and it doesn't stop there. in pennsylvania 2 high school students were suspended for marching through the halls yelling white power. accusations of racism this morning, a freshman at the university of pennsylvania says she and dozens of her african american classmates were added to a text group that used a
since then they've received constant and hateful message. one student received the text says she thinks his victory on tuesday as embolden racists. >> i didn't think my school would be the school to have to go through it. >> that student fears for her safety and did not want to show her face. police are investigating and say some of oklahoma. well, plenty of people promised to stay off social media in the days following the election, maybe that's why facebook thought thousands of users were gone permanently the fix behind some mistaken memorial, . >> and is it your birthday today, let's see who you share it with on saturday november 12th. she played cat woman, she turns 34 today.
it's being said they're tricking you thinking the sugar packets is splenda. well facebook upset, a lot of users this week after a glitch made it appear like they had died. the social media network accidentally memorialized accounts even facebook ceo got the message. no comment from facebook, but it appears they did fix whatever was causing it. well imagine hearing the sounds of fracking from your own backyard? ahead in our next half hour how neighbors plan to fight a massive energy project affecting communities all around the state. but first an impressive group of young football players gets ready for its biggest test all season. and could it be your lucky day? well you just never know. break
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right now a car smashes through a local restaurant, what the owner did months earlier that may have saved lives. >> another major pipeline why some say they're into a fight to save the character of their neighborhood. >> and could bill cosby make a career come back? why the entertainer says it's not over just yet. . >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. . >> good morning, everybody and thanks so much for waking up with us today.
morning. but it's going to warm up. >> it's pretty cold out there. here we are. hi. . it's 35 degrees in boston right now. we've got 34 in some of the locations there's really not much of a difference from temperature from place to place. just a couple of pockets where the wind as temporarily dropped off. so we've got more cooling starting to set in. it is a cold morning out there and it does feel like the 20s in most spots and the wind much of cape cod and a few other places as well it spikes up a little bit but a lot of places not nearly as much wind just a bit of a breeze blowing. a few passes of low clouds out over the ocean. we can see some of those on cape cod. this is high cloudiness which is going to start streaming southeastward and so we'll see those clouds before we get to sunset today.
today 15 to 25 miles an hour. a few high clouds early tomorrow otherwise a nice sunny sunday goes up to 58. the rest of my forecast coming up. >> all right. thank you so much. checking our top stories president elect donald trump will be giving his first television interview since winning the election. new jersey governor chris christ see who was supposed to lead transition team has been mo lead the way instead. you can catch the interview right here on wbz sunday night. well, drugs may have played a role in a tragedy where an infant died. relatives of the child say that both the 23-year old father and the teenage mom were taken to the hospital after police found them unresponsive. first responders used narcan on them suspecting a possible opiate overdose. police are still investigating.
the makers of splenda say they're tricking customers into thinking their sugar packets are splenda. they look like the sweetener except it's generic. they have not yet filed a response. new video shows a driver crashing right into a busy restaurant in danvers bumping this guy out of his booth. this morning that restaurant is all boarded up. . >> reporter: at friday's lunch hour jimmy's famous beef and seafood was popping. >> it was busy. >> reporter: every booth by a window was occupied when one of the restaurants regular customers stopped in. >> standing here taking an order and all of a sudden it sounded like a big explosion. >> reporter: cameras captured the moment the restaurant was rocked. watch the bottom left side of your screen, a man is sitting by himself when the car comes crashing in jolting him right out of his seat. >> he was in shock because when
at his arms and little cuts. >> reporter: the restaurant's owner, the woman behind the wheel was a long-time patron going back to when he first setup shop in 1967. >> she tried to stop the car but the car was rolling, . >> reporter: it just so happened that particular panel of glass the woman crashed into had just been replaced a matter of months ago. he sayings he opted for safety glass. >> i had to change it and probably save the guy's, you know, life. because, you know, zap those glasses they shatter like anything. >> reporter: and owner credits that safety glass for minimizing the dam out here. namely to the man sitting on the other side of this board. he walked away with just a few scrapes to his arms. boston police are
it happened near river story late friday. the 16-year old was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. so far there are no arrests. well big cosby says being criminally charged with sexual assault will not kill his show business career that's according to his lawyer. in a deaf nation lawsuit filed against him in massachusetts cosby's attorney wants the court to seal documents discussing cosby's compensation and other personal financial information because the documents say cosby expects to be cleared of a criminal sexual assault charge and resume his career. the 7 women suing him say he has no future in show business and won't be hurt by the disclosure. the first case of ray bees in roughly 2 years. 2 dogs encountered a skunk.
the coast guard has suspended the search for 3 men who disappeared during a fishing trip on election day. the agency says it searched nearly 4,000 miles but was unable to find any sign of the 3 who were last seen leaving the sandwich marina on tuesday. well, loud smelly and dangerous, people are making nashua about a new plant planned for next door. the massive access northeast involves expanding a natural gas pipeline into 22 cities and towns, building north america's biggest l and g facility. as bill shields tells us the people are fighting back. . >> built the barn. >> reporter: 3 years ago chris bought this land and turned it into a horse farm. the family's
recently when spectra energy announced plans for a natural gas pipeline compressor station right next door to his horse farm. >> i'm not sure if they think that they can just come in and , you know, push us around to get what they want. >> reporter: according to opponents the compressor stations are needed to move the natural gas through the pipeline. but this is the sound the station makes when they do a daily blow down. releasing chemicals into the air. >> you know, we're all guinea pigs for these companies that are coming in for profit taking. >> reporter: other residents are concerned that leaking gas will poll lawsuit their drinking water. >> i can't stress enough that they're not governored by the clean water act or save drinking water act. >> reporter: they claim there's that daily jet engine nashua. >> this compressor station will
>> reporter: because there is little or no local regulation or this particular kind of project what these residents now want is for the governor or the state attorney general to step in to stop it. . >> company says there are dozens of these facilities throughout the system with few complaints and they say that when they do have to shut down only methane gas is released. well, this was the soldier surprising his wife and 4 young children during the boston college football game in florida. officer ryan otto has been deployed to afghanistan for the past year. so great, love that. well, the patriots say they are planning for anything in tomorrow's match up with the seahawks and the celtics hoping to snap
full early on monday morning so hopefully we have clear skies. tonight we may have some high clouds dimming some of that moon shine but a super moon what that does it increases the force and causes the tide to be quite a bit higher. so fortunately we don't have a big storm to go along with those very high scheduled tides this time either like last month. that leads us this hour this month's meteor showers are called what? force and those showers will be sort of -- [audio difficulty] the fact that we'll have moon light from the moon this week. i'll have the answer and my
celtics needed a pick me up and they got one last night. it's funny what a win will do for a team. they won big. they beat the nicks last night by 28 at the garden. this is what the doctor ordered. anthony had a short night after being called for a foul he got one technical and then he got another technical. good night see you later. and the celtics took off with him in the locker
. >> throws to the corner, elevates. power play. picked off, 11 new york turn ov, quick 3. got it. he is ripping it tonight. thomas with 20 in 16 minutes. . >> he finished with 29 points and was able to watch the celtics close it out from the bench. smart to brown, pretty little move here, celtics with a much needed blow out win 115 to 87 the final. well the patriots are looking to get back in action when they take on the seahawks and now they have a huge test. bill belichick says seattle's offense can do a little bit of everything. >> i think they have a good system, a well-balanced system. they run the ball a lot out of shotgun. kind of 2 different
same thing with the passing game they throw the ball. they run play action, drop backs and direction plays, take shots down the field, throw a lot of catch and run plays. they're a well balanced offense. . >> well, be sure to start your sunday on wbz after the game turn to wbz for the 5th quarter post game show and one injury note for you pats hogan listed as questionable. college football bc taking on florida state. second quarter cook takes the hand off makes one move and is in the end zone from 19 yards out. eaglings fall to 4-6 for the season and get hammered 45 to 7. harvard taking on penn, quarterback goes up top, harvard was a 2 point conversion away from tying things up. and they
the reverse and the throw the quarterback, tied at 14 with 3:23 to play, but they come up big, harvard loses a tough one 27-14. . >> and one other note to pass along from the red sox the team announced friday that the final list for this year's mvp award had surgery on his right knee. nothing serious just cleaning up a few things so that he'll be ready for the start of spring training which by the way will be her pitchers and catchers will report on valentine's day. guys over to you. . >> all right. thank you so much. and we're talking about the weather. we were both pretty cold. did you do the heat in your car this morning? >> you know what, i did. i was just thinking did i do it or not. >> you know what -- >> yes, i did. >> you know it's cold when barry burbank turns on his heat.
against my rules. >> not me. i've got everything going. let's go way out to vermont, how about that the career center, yes they're on our weather bug network and at 31 degrees this morning. let's come closer to boston to and south of the city to brockton at the huntington element sch temperature change from what it was 24 hours ago, wow it was pretty mild yesterday morning at this time if you remember that. and the temperatures are 10 to almost 20 degrees lower this morning than they were at this time yesterday morning so quite a 24-hour temperature change and it feels like the 20s to near 30 degrees this morning with that wind blowing not nearly as fears as it was yesterday and part of last night but still blowing and adding chill to the air.
and these are the temperatures across the northeast colder places off to the north where the wind has diminished. looking for high temperatures 48 to 49, so a nice recovery, there will be a breeze blowing much of the day not nearly as strong as it was yesterday running 15 to 25 miles an hour. at times it may drop down to 10 or less. so it will feel for comfortable. yesterday morning felt pretty nice it got up to 60 just before noo 60 across the central part of the united states east to west. we've got 50s across the north, 60s across the central. 70s across the gulf coast and a lovely 80 today in orlando. high pressure governing most of the nation. just some rain on the west coast and of course the cold air that's coming out of canada right now. we'll see sunshine all day long, patches of low clouds just off the coast from cape cod this morning. you
water, and there will be some high thin cloudiness streaming southward later today. i think they'll be in the sky by the time we get to sunset. it may add extra color to the sky especially north and west of boston, then it will disappear tomorrow morning and also during tonight the high cloudiness will dim the moon shine as we get close to that full moon. tomorrow sunny all day long after the high cloudiness dries up and temperature today being in the upper 40s and the low tonight will be down in the 30s, by the way so far in november we had an above average day yesterday and got that 60, and the mean temperature is plus 1.4. tonight's low in the mid-30s, a few lower 30s in the cold pockets. and tomorrow's high about close agency today a nice recovery up to 58 and will be falling back to about 44 at kick
take on the seahawks in gillette stadium and then it warms up to 62 on monday after a cool start. there will be some rain here on wednesday -- i should say tuesday periods of rain on tuesday with a high of about 58, should be probably upper 50s southeast mass to near 50 in worcester county on tuesday. partly cloudy on wednesday just an isolated shower possibly about 56 a touch cooler thursday and then a nice warm up. could be well into the 60s on friday saturday. not a bad looking 7-day forecast there. i think. let's go to the trivia for the hour. this month's meteor showers peaking on the 18th of november. what are they called? . >> well, our audio guy mike says i'm giving you a hint, i know the answer. so being that he's a leon i'm going with d.
. the big one is in august. and a big one coming up next month in december. >> all right. >> but it's probably not going to be able to see too many of this year. well, ahead the surprising names being kicked around for jobs in president elect trump's cabinet, also ahead they're easy to buy and easier to wrap why
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offering hope is hitting home. . >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> yes, it is. happy saturday, everybody, on this november 12th. we're glad you're waking up with us. chilly for us this morning, barry, but warming up which is nice. >> yeah, i like the sound of that. warming up is the -- no question about that happening, kerry. last weekend we were forecasting a very cold weekend even thought there been snow showers. we'll show you the jet stream in the next half hour to show you what's going on with that. so we've got low to middle 30s right now. all of a sudden it dropped to 26 in taunton so we have pockets of wind and allowing more cooling to take place. look at this beautiful shot, isn't that nice in gillette this morning, absolutely clear sky, 32 degrees down there, of course big game coming up for tomorrow night. go pats with that anyone. any way for today bright sunshine
just off shore here, and we're watching this -- it looks bad but it's just mostly high thin cloudiness which going to drift southward. may had a colorful sunset in some spots especially farther north and west of boston. brisk breeze today up to 49, a nice fall day tomorrow with a high of 58. interview you'll only see here on wbz. president elect donald trump one on one for the first time since winning the election. surprisingly in his interview with 60 minutes mr. trump says he does plan to keep parts of obama care. we have a preview. >> so hillary called and it was a lovely call. >> reporter: donald trump in his first television interview as president elect describing the phone call that effectively
she just said congratulations, donald. well done. >> reporter: and now revealing he plans to keep parts of obama care in place. >> are you going to make sure that people with pre-conditions are still covered? >> yes, because it happens to be one of the strongest assets. >> you're going to keep that. >> also children living with their parents for an extended period we're going to very much try and keep that. adds cost but it's very much something we're going to try and keep. >> i thought there responsible. >> reporter: also demoting chris christie friday amid his bridge gate scandal from head of the transition team to vice chair. mike pence will now lead the team along with dr. ben carson, gingrich, and senator jeff sessions. >> i can see already how he is going to be a great president. and i'm glad i could play a small role. >> his role could end up being much bigger. he is reportedly the top contender for attorney
of state, gingrich has also been mentioned as a possible secretary of state and palin is reportedly being considered for secretary of interior. >> reporter: and trump's 100-day plan is out it includes a bullet point list of his top objectives including term limits, cancel billions of payments to u.n. claim mate programs. he'll be sworn in january 20th. . >> you can watch the full interview with donald trump and his family tomorrow night on 60 minutes right here on wbz. while the trump team gets to work some groups around the country are still having trouble accepting the results of the election. protesters have again taken to the streets in portland oregon. the protests started peacefully until demonstrators refused orders to leave. early there morning there were some reports of vandalism.
and highways. no reports of violence or arrests there. but here in boston a much different scene, thousands fed up with the emotions of that run high in the last weeks of the campaign season gathered for a peace rally on the commons. and this morning we are learning drugs may have played a role in the death of an infant. it's a tragedy that also sent the baby's parents to the hospital. . >> reporter: cell phone video shows wheeled out of this home. a neighbor says moments earlier she saw a heart wrenching scene, the 19-year old mother clutching a bundle that looked like a baby. >> she kept on saying my baby, my baby, i don't know what happened, and the ambulance took the baby. >> reporter: the infant was pronounced dead at the hospital, the neighbor also says she saw a man in handcuffs. . >> he was walking out and the older woman went up to him and
daughter? what did you do to my daughter? he wasn't responding, he was just walking with the officer, and the female was sitting and just kind of with her head down. >> reporter: relatives say that 23-year old man is the baby's father, both he and the teenage mom taken to the hospital. when police arrived they were unresponsive. first responders used narcan on them suspect ago possible opiate overdose. >> i mean, we're devastated obviously. >> reporter: a cousin grappling with what happened. >> i guess it was an accident. i don't think it was something intentional. >> reporter: the district attorney office has not said weather drugs were involved or charges are coming fire crews are keeping a close eye on a big brush fire that's been burning all night long. they tell us they have it under control. no homes are in danger. the remote area and
and the winds continued overnight. it is the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in our country's history and now police are released chilling new video from inside the pulse nightclub. it was recorded on body cameras as police entered the building for the first time. . >> right on your back, all right. >> you could see the lights inside the club still going as police end the scene. officers pulled out their guns to make sure the area was clear. you can also hear the ringing of phones in the background as people tried to rea victims. 49 people were killed at the club, the gunman also died. and news that's not so sweet for dunkin doughnuts, coming up. >> and we'll be talking with a group who is working to improve the health of our little ones
>> thank you. >> so why don't we start out with the mission of the march of dimes. >> so it was started 75 years ago by f.d.r. and focused solely and continues to be on the health of babies first and mothers as well and research and education of this non-profit has been helping eradicate things like polio. >> and november being a big month, tell us a little bit about the statusnd this is. >> it's a huge problem, what i would call a global health crisis. and ultimately in the u.s. 400,000 babies are affected by this born premature and the number one killer of babies in the u.s. and globally the number one killer of the children under 5 years of age. >> so the goal here at the march of dimes and we're seeing some great pictures of all the wonderful volunteers and there you are, i think is that you? >> that's me, yes. >> tell us a little bit about some of the things that you're
so we're trying to prevent birth defects. prevention important. >> absolutely. premature birth is the number one target but there are other things that we're acting on. so very active in pushing congress to actually enact legislation and budgets for ultimately ensuring that vaccines and other research is conducted and these types of things because they all lead to affecting children. societies can be measured about how they t also the most important people in our society because they're the helpless. >> absolutely. and november being a really important month to get the word out make people realize how big this really is. what are some of the things people can do to do their part to help out? >> certainly. well openings premature rate tee month and on the 17th of november purple. the zakim bridge, you're going
share that, share on social media throughout their networks and ultimately reach out to families of that either been directly affected with premature rate tee. >> and you have a big event coming up in the spring which is important as well? >> that's right. we have our local event march for babies which is a national event really but in may of 2017 the march for babies is going to happen at the half shell it w it's a walk that focuses on raising funds. >> the hashtag that we can share it with is babies first. >> i love it. all right. thank you for sharing. i'm thii bet your closet is filled with a lot of purple ties. >> yes, more an more purple coming through. >> nice to meet you. thank you so much. >> well a big surprise from facebook coming up the glitch that made it changes to the
week of emotions it's been therapeutic for those writing and reading them. >> reporter: our eyes are windows to our souls and the lower levels of the park street t station people posted on post it notes. >> the sun will rise in the porn. >> she wasn't planning on writing a post it and picked up a pen. >> i thought made me think of various people that are affected by >> reporter: that's exactly the message that's encouraged. >> everybody i know is depressed and all they can think about is what is going to happen to us. >> she organized an event inspired by an artist that did something similar in new york, except here only positive message are allowed. she wants the wall to be a giant hug. >> no matter what your political background is you come together as one. >> reporter: on the cold tiles
quickly grew of messages of hope, love and inspiration. >> some we've had to give markers too like hey would you like to write a message but a lot figured out to do it themselves. it feels so good. >> reporter: at the end of a divided week a way for everyone to come together as one. >> everyone is coming up to me and saying thank you for this, we needed this. >> reporter: they did have to take down those notes when the train stopped running last night, but they took photos and plan to post those to social media. and barry burbank sliding on in. >> good thing i have my roller blades on. >> pretty smooth. i like that move. >> we have a good floor. >> we really do. what's going on a chilly morning? >> chilly morning, it's going to be a nice day. the wind will not be as furious as it was yesterday. i want to show
kerry is she's out there wind surfing yesterday. that's the cape cod bay on the north side and behind her up in the kite surfer, that's your husband, i believe, right. >> that's funny. . >> you're looking really good there. pretty sharp. >> i wish, barry, that would be really fun. >> the wind yesterday was blowing gusts over 40 milesn leon for getting that picture to us, pretty nice picture out there. good surf. strong winds for sure. how abos morning we've got gillette stadium looking pretty good this morning with sunshine out there and 32 degrees, and it's going to be just fine for the game there tomorrow night. 35 degrees in boston right now, and then the air is very dry. the dew point is 18 degrees way down there. the northwest wind is blowing at 13 miles an hour,
self when the wind was gusting past 40 miles per hour many times yesterday and even overnight it was howling the first part of the night. in boston for the next several hours we'll see the temperature going up as you can see with sunshine throughout the day. there will be some high thin clouds starting to show up so we'll see maybe a colorful sunset. we should max out 48 or 49 degrees close to 2:00 this afternoon. a ce airports where cooling takes place all the time when the wind drops off. 20 in maine, 26 in taunton right now but for the most part we've got the 30s. the rest of the nation 50s to the north, 60s in the middle part of the country, 70s on the gulf coast today. not much really is happening. high pressure sprawled out again and governing most of the nation so quiet times here. it's going to
so the time stamp temperatures going up to the upper 40s this afternoon around 2:00. some of the cloudiness i think is going to come down a little bit faster and a lot of it will be dimming the moon shine tonight as we get closer to that full moon. and then tomorrow we go up to the mid and upper 50s, what a nice day coming up with a breeze out of the west southwest starting to warm us up nicely. by the time we get to 8:30 tomorrow night atk gillette stadium with a breeze at times. so the cold air is coming down now with the jet stream, then it's going to -- the cold air is going to be booted out really fast, last weekend we thought it was going to be here the whole week. we have a little disturbance which is going to develop give us rain on tuesday, a lot of warm weather waiting in the wings and it's going to come the end of the week, well in the 60s as we get toward friday and saturday. before then we get some rain on tuesday.
that's the wet day of the week. >> all right. thank you so much. well, something to think about before you grab your morning coffee. dunkin doughnuts is being accused of misleading its customers. the makers of splenda is saying they're tricking you into thinking their packets look like splenda. it's a generic brand from overseas. well, facebook upset a lot of users this week after a had died. the social media network accidentally memorialized accounts even facebook ceo, no comment from facebook but it appears they fixed whatever was causing it. a restaurant is boarded up this weekend and from this video it's not hard to see why. ahead in the next half hour the fluke
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. a car smashes through a local restaurant, what the owner did months earlier that may have saved lives. could fewer gift cards be given out this holiday season? and could bill cosby make a career come back entertainer says it's not over just yet. this is wbz news this morning. good morning. everybody. on this saturday you made it to the weekend. november 12th. i'm kerry connolly along with bg over at the weather wall. not too far from me. >> how are you doing over there good morning everybody it's in the 30s right now. there are some exceptions now that the wind has really subsided in
started to allow some cooling just before sunrise and still continues. but at the memorial school there, look how crystal clear beautiful sky. not too many leaves left on the trees certainly blew off yesterday. it's 33 out there this morning. there is some high thin cloudiness which is streaming southeastward we may see some streamers of that by later this afternoon may be here this time to create som sky. sunset time before 4:30. up to 49 today, beautiful fall w with sunshine, goes up to 58. the rest of the forecast in a few minutes. let's check our top stories. president elect donald trump will be giving his first television interview since winning the election, this comes as he begins to form his administration. new jersey governor chris christie has been demoted following his bridge
elect mike pence will lead the way instead. you can watch that interview right here on wbz sunday night. drugs may have played a role in a tragedy where an infant died. relatives of the child say that both the 23-year old father and the teenage mom were taken to the hospital after police found them unresponsive. first responders used narcan on them suspecting a possible opiate overdose. police are still investigating. well dunkin doughnuts could be in hot water for misleading customers. the makers of splenda say they're tricking customers into thinking their sugar packets are splenda. they look like the name brand except it's really a generic. they have not yet filed a response. new video shows a driver crashing right into a busy restaurant in danvers bumping
friday's lunch hour jimmy famous beef in danvers was popping. >> busy. >> reporter: every booth by a window was occupied when one of the restaurants regular customers stopped in. >> standing here taking an order and all of a sudden sounded like a big explosion. >> reporter: cameras catch the moment the restaurant was rocked. a man is sitting by himself when the car comes crashing in jolting him right out of his seat. >> he was just like shocked because when he walked up h little cuts. >> reporter: according to the restaurant's owner the woman behind the wheel was a long-time patron going back to when he first setup shop in 1967. >> she tried to stop the car but the car was rolling and -- [audio difficulty]. >> reporter: that particular panel of glass the woman crashed into had just been replaced a matter of months ago.
he opted for safety glass. >> i had to change it and probably saved the guy's, you know, life. because, you know, those glass they shatter like anything, you know. >> reporter: and the owner credits that safety glass for minimizing the damage out here namely to the man sitting on the other side of this board. he walked away with just a few scrapes to his arms. boston police are investigating after a teenager it happened near river street late friday. the 16-year old was taken to the hospital and expected to recover. so far there are no arrests. bill cosby saying being criminally charged with sexual assault will not kill his career according to to his lawyer in a defamation lawsuit filed against him in massachusetts. his attorney wants the court to seal documents discussing his compensation for performances
be cleared of a criminal sexual assault charge and resume his career. well if you're thinking of buying your special someone a gift card you may want to reconsider. a survey by bankrate.com says 27% of americans would rather get an actually gift for the holidays. not really the best news for the more than half of americans who plan to give gift cards. for millennials actual presents. a super bowl rematch as the patriots face the seahawks and season is heating up with pitchers and catchers just a few months away.
. well, good morning. celtics needed a pick me up one last night. it's funny what a win will do for a team. they won big. they won last night about 28 at the garden. this is just what the doctor ordered. anthony a short night after being called for a foul he got one technical and then he got another technical. good night see you later. and the celtics took off with him in the locker room.
. >> rebound, got it, throws to the corner, elevates for 3. picked off, 11 new york turn overs, quick 3, got it. he is ripping it tonight. thomas with 20 in 16 minutes. >> he finished with 29 points and was able to watch the celtics close it out from the bench. smart to brown pretty little move here for the bucket and celtics with a much needed blow out win 115-87. well, the patriots are looking to get back in action when they take on the seahawks sunday night. they have a huge test at gillette stadium. bill belichick says seattle's offense can do a little bit of everything. >> it's a well-balanced system. they can run the ball with the quarterback at center, out of shotgun.
action, they run drop backs, direction plays take shots down the field throw a lot of catch and run plays they're a well-balanced offense. they can hurt you in a lot of different ways. >> be sure to start your sunday at 11:30 and after the game turn to wbz for the 5th quarter post game show and one injury note for you pat wide receiver hogan listed as questionable with back injury. bc taking on florida state. second quarter cook takes the hand off makes one move, and is in the end zone from 19 yards out. eagles fall to 4-6 on the season and end up getting hammered 45-7. harvard down 14-6 late, harvard was a 2 point conversion away from tying things up and they get it on a trick play, the
tied at 14 with 3:23 to play. but penn comes up big. harvard loses a tough one 27-14. and one other note to pass along from the red sox. the final list for this year's mvp award had surgery on his right knee, nothing serious just cleaning up a few things so that he'll be ready for start of spring training which, by the way will be here sooner than you think. it was announced yesterday that pitchers and catchers will report on valentine's day. guys, over to you. >> all right. thank you so much. 7:41 gillette stadium, all lit up in green in honor of our veterans. quiet now big day tomorrow patriots
. all right. welcome back. it is 7:44. how are you doing barry burbank? >> good so far. the morning has been flying by just like that. >> busy guy cruising around . >> speaking of the weather i don't know how to feel one minute i'm freezing and i'm thinking all right embrace the winter and then a 65-degree day
yesterday even though it maybe didn't feel like it by noontime because the winds started howling. look at yesterday's high it was 60 in boston. that's pretty nice about 7 above the average for this date. today it's going to be blow average because we're not going to get anywhere close to 60. just hardly get up to 50, mostly in the upper 40s for high temperatures today. looking at the 24-hour temperature change from this time yesterday morning to this morning running 10 t 25 degrees lower than it was. and the wind continues to below but it has simmered down from what it was doing early last night and much of yesterday. the winds making it feel like the 20s right now. not all that strong but we've got temperatures mostly in the 30s a couple of pockets where the wind has dropped off to calm to allow a little bit of cooling, 40s and 30s all the way up into canada
almost a heat wave after the 5 degrees they had at this time last weekend. highs today in the upper 40s and a breeze which will be blowing much of the day and once in a while the wind gusts to 25 or so. across the 50s across the north, 60s central states 70 gulf coast and down in florida will be nicer than that around 80 or so. high pressure is really in control sprawled out west to east across the nation controlling things and also helping to pull down some cold air at least for a now. last weekend we thought the cold air would last all weekend and forecasted we could add snow showers today but the cold air came down everything is on the move the jet stream is changing and not going to allow the cold air to lock in. instead the mild air is going to start to move in this afternoon so a much better afternoon even though some wind out there and quite a bit of sunshine later this afternoon. i think some of the streamers of higher clouds
get to sunset or sunset time which may allow some colors to be appearing in the sky may be good for taking picture. some of that may be left over first thing tomorrow morning and it will be sunny the rest of the day all day long. some of that high cloudiness will be dimming the moon shine which we have tonight. we'll be watching that big full moon coming up the next several nights. upper 40s for highs today and tonight the low temperatures near 40 to the upper 30s i centers low to mid-30s in many of the suburban locations. the full moon is coming super moon closest we've had since january of 1948. it's termed the king tide highest of the year the very highest is about 11:08 on tuesday morning. tomorrow upper 50s by the time we get to the game tomorrow night we've got
night for football, go pats. 62 on monday for the afternoon high, periods of rain on tuesday, partly cloudy wednesday an then warming up in the end of the week i wouldn't be surprised 65 to 70 next friday. sound pretty good to me. >> thank you so much. more to come this morning. we'll be right back. stay with us. this year, i want the best bird for my family and my wallet. nature's promise fresh turkey is only 99 cents per pound with no antibiotics ever.
. good morning and welcome to centro. thank you so much for being with us. america has voted and the republican candidate donald trump will become the next president of the united states of america again, president elect trump will be heading to the white house. now, this news has left many people in tot disbelief. people who can't seem to understand how a person with absolutely no political experience could beat political veteran hillary clinton. to talk to us about the 2016 election results with us this morning is eva, second sieve director of the non-profit organization mira. good morning. >> good morning. thank you so much for having me. >> thank you, thank you so much for being here. your first reaction to this whole thing?
part? >> well, first i want to say that i'm really proud of the work that we have done in mobilizing the new americans, they voted in large numbers, they went through the process of naturalization, and i'm very proud of them being part of the democratic process and making their voices heard, and voting. and we, you know, did mobilization in massachusetts and new hampshire. shocking to a certain degree. it's, you know, it's a remarkable victory, you know. a businessman with no organization having this kind of moment it is remarkable. >> what does that say about america? >> i think it's a cry , it is -- it's frustration with things not happening in washington and
it's a cry for attention people who never had that attention. and you know, it was a very divisive. >> yeah. >> election. and we're glad it's over. it'sa lost opportunity having first woman president the world has done it. we were hoping to see the first woman president winning, but you know, this is -- america spoke and this is the will of the people. >> america has spoken. >> and you know, america has spoken loudly, and -- >> yes. >> -- as i said, it is -- it is a cry of people who did not have attention and need attention. >> yes. okay. let's talk about the late that's very important. you did get the work done latinos did go out and vote but what really made trump
folks. >> so in a way the fact that more whites went out to vote, right so in a way latinos did do their part? >> well, everybody, we see this as voters speaking. >> yes. >> and the latino voters went out, the asian voters went out, but the white vote that had not participated in the past. >> in the past. >> went out. >> exactly. >> and it was a wake up call. the good news speech the evening of the election he spoke with unity, he spoke about reaching out to those who supported him and those who did not support him, and we have to believe that, you know, the work needs to be done in a way to unite both parties to unite the people. >> yes. >> and build a greater america.
he'll see that in essence an articulate his policies in a way to work with both parties, and come up with an immigration reform that it's humane, it's practical, it makes sense. >> yes. >> and it's for the betterment of the american -- >> i think that the country -- it didn't really -- the country has a whole will come together and just really -- >> well it has to come. we are the best country in the world and we'll figure it out. >> okay. >> the hope is . >> those are the hopes. >> those are the hopes, and you know the fact that the president elect is a businessman, and we'll see from a business perspective that immigrants are part of the workforce, it cannot be ignored 43 million foreign born across the country including the first lady, and you know, it is for the betterment of the country
hope that the president elect will see this as a 2-way street, new comers doing their job to be part of the fabric but also the government providing what's needed in those systems to make sure that they are a part of the workforce. it's 13% of the workforce nationwide and you talk about massachusetts makes up 18% of the workforce. >> i want to thank you so much for coming by to talk to us about this again, shocking results but like we said america will be g in the world. >> best country. >> thank you so much for coming by. >> thank you for having me. >> for more information on what was discussed on today's show you can call us at the number on your screen, you can also get a direct link to the website and their social media pages visiting us online at cbsboston.com and like every week we want to invite you to connect with us online like us on facebook and follow us on twitter. i'm inviting you to
see you next time. >> all right. you know i try to pick the smaller dogs to bring on the set. >> you have the small east of the bunch. >> this is ken, he'll be on next weekend, yes, ken >> ken >> . >> ken needs a home. he's from the south only 7 months, you'll meet him and barry. >> we've got a nice weekend coming up sunshine on the chilly side but looking good. >> still nice. to
? ? good morning. it's november 12, 2016, welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." one-on-one with the president elect as he prepares his cabinet. "60 minutes" finds out what donald trump won't change about obamacare. tempers flare overnight. police try to keep the peace as anti trump protests continue. music returning to the concert venue. 32 years after he passed, his song finally hit the charts.