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surprise from the fbi. >> unbelievable what she gets away with. >> the search for answers in a deadly shooting in everett. mike: still tracking some clouds and showers for your weekend. reid: a three-year-old boy hit by a bullet meant for someone else. nichole: hillary clinton rallying in new hampshire, after a new surprise from the fbi no charges from that new ema i'm nichole berlie. reid: and i'm reid lamberty. it's another twist just two days before the election. team coverage begins with newscenter 5's todd kazakiewich, live with the clinton campaign in manchester. todd: hillary clinton speaking here for about half an hour tonight on the eve of the final full day of this campaign. the one topic she did not bring up in her speech -- her e-mails. >> this election is a moment of reckoning.
division or unity. todd: tonight in new hampshire, hillary clinton staying on message, focusing on policy and her opponent, not her e-mail. >> if you work in america, he ought to be able to get ahead in america. and we are going to make that happen again. todd: just hours earlier came news that the fbi has cleared hillary clinton again in the e-mails found on anthony weiner's laptop. previously red binder theaters. clinton is not talking about it -- previously read by investigators. clinton is not talking about it. now director comey has confirmed it. ? tonight, james taylor was entertaining the crowd before
american -- which included khazir khan, a muslim american. >> and anyone who says they are going to stay on the sidelines or it doesn't matter doesn't really understand what is at stake in this election. todd: clinton reminding rs register to vote right up to and even on election day. nichole: thank you, todd. donald trump is going after the fbi over its announcement about clinton's emails. shaun chaiyabhat has the new attack from trump. shaun: donald trump directly addressed that fbi announcement clearing clinton of any crime. falling back on his claim the system is rigged. >> the investigation into her crimes will go on for a long
the rank and file special agents at the fbi won't let her get away from her terrible crimes. shaun: clinton emails, a trump campaign drumbeat now ending with a thud. the fbi clearing clinton. without charges. the bombshell just 2 days before the election. >> right now, she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 new emails in 8 days. you can't do it, folks. shaun: trump took his campaign to 5 states sunday. iowa, minneapolis, michigan, pennsylvania and virginia. he fell back on other campaign slogans. repealing obamacare immigration, the wall and jobs. just days before voters hit the polls trump left to tweak his message. doubling down despite the fbi. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the
reid: trump just wrapped up a rally in pennsylvania. he still has another scheduled tonight in virginia. this letter from the fbi comes just two days before election day. the impact will be different, depending on whom you ask. >> if you are donald trump, you hear drive the facts that the clintons live another. that's not fair. >> james comey clearly try to influence this election. everybody understands that. he finally try to do the right thing today and he did the right thing by hillary clinton. but in the end, this will cost him his job. nichole: this is what the abc news battleground map looks like tonight. clinton is projected to get at least 275 electoral votes. that's more than the 270 needed to win. new hampshire is one of the few states up for grabs. donald trump hopes to turn it red, and also take some more
planned in new hampshire. president obama will hold a rally for hillary clinton at unh tomorrow. and donald trump will hold one of his final events in manchester tomorrow night. polls show the race in new hampshire neck and neck. trump's running mate is just wrapping up a stop in new hampshire. indiana governor mike pence spoke in windham, attacking clinton for her private email server while secretary of state. pence is calling on supporters to send trump to d.c. to end corruption. >> american people can put an end to decades of clinton corruption. we can close the history books on the clintons wants and for all by electing donald trump as the 45th president of the united states. nichole: pence also campaigned for republican senator kelly ayotte who is in a tight re-election fight. reid: if you've noticed trump's
has cut him off from twitter. and president obama is seizing on that. >> and some he can't handle a twitter account, they can't handle the nuclear codes. reid: tweets have not stopped coming from trump's account, but in the last 24 hours they have primary been promoting past and upcoming campaign events. nichole: rallies over question two on the north shore. it would allow the expansion of charter schools. parents and teachers from both sides of the issue gathered in revere today. critics say it would take millions of dollars away from public schools. but supporters say kids deserve the best of -- the best option possible. >> we have to lower together to make sure every single student is included. 96% of the total population attend public schools. >> giving parents a choice and giving kids a really bright future. why wouldn't you want that? nichole: question two has divided two of the state's most
marty walsh is against question 2. our special coverage begins tomorrow on election eve, newscenter 5 starts at 4 pm. and at 7:00 a special edition of on the record. and then on election night, newscenter 5's ben simmoneau and j.c. monahan will be in new york city with the clinton and trump campaigns. our coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. reid: breaking tonight, this is our first look at the damage from a powerful earthquake in oklahoma. part of this building has crumbled from the magnitude 5.0 quake shaking has been felt as war away as kansas city, missouri and little rock, arkansas. mike, where was this quake centered? mike: right here, just a little bit north of oklahoma city. they felt that although it to iowa coming to parts of arkansas. a big area. a five-point quake that happened at quarter to 8:00.
quarter to 8:00. that's pretty powerful. this is not necessarily uncommon. let michelle you would is going on around here. i ran here come a little bit of rain in the forecast. just a few scattered showers. mostly down toward the cape. and right along the coast of plymouth county. will happen overnight tonight, we will see more those c for the celts were tomorrow, you're probably driving to work with some gray skies. that cloud cover will slowly erode as we head into the afternoon. eventually, you will get to enjoy some sunshine for tomorrow. right now, the areas were the skies are clear, look at that, dropping into the 30's already. down to the south come a bit more cloud cover, temperatures into the 40's.
should bottom out between 5:00 and 7:00 the -- so :00 a.m. it is a slow rebound. -- bottom at between 5:00 and 7:00 in the morning. it is a slow rebound. reid: breaking news in everett the search is on for a gunman in a fatal shooting. nichole: newscenter 5's diane cho is live at the scene with what witnesses saw. diane: officers every opened this section of ferry street is after it was shutdown to traffic for several hours as the investigation into how this all unfolded continues tonight. >> he kept saying he couldn't breathe, he couldn't breathe. diane: before all of that happened, she says she heard to gunshots and called 911. >> the guy that got shot, he went up to the street and that's
police are only confirming this was a deadly shooting at this time. it happened just after 2:00 this afternoon here on ferry street, not far from chelsea street. >> it said because it's nonsense that this violence is still going on, you know? it's tough, you know? i pray for the family. i pray that this doesn't happen again. this violence has to stop. diane: the district attorney's office has not released more information on what happened. in ord t integrity of the investigation, it cannot release additional information at this time. reid: breaking news out of tewksbury, a 70-year-old pedestrian dead after being hit by a truck on a local road. no charges filed against the driver, who stayed at the scene. the accident is still under investigation. it does not appear that the victim was in a crosswalk. nichole: boston police say a pair of fatal shootings this weekend appear to be gang-related. but investigators say the two do not seem to be linked to each other. the first was just after
mount ida. police say a man in his 20's walked into a hospital with gunshot wounds and later died. the second victim was shot hours later, around 10:00 a.m., while sitting in his car on nazing street in roxbury. a deadly rollover crash in westport is under investigation. state police say the car hit a median barrier on route 195 early this morning. it rolled over on the other side of the highway, and the driver was thrown out. the 5 passengers were rushed to the hospital, but they are expected to be ok. reid: a pleasant surprise for drivers in needham. traffic on 128 is back to normal earlier than expected. work to demolish the old highland avenue overpass finished hours ahead of schedule. weekend detours were lifted around noon today. restrictions had been in place since friday night. nichole: a three-year-old boy hit by a bullet meant for somebody else. the mother's message to the people who did it.
bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this
message. 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 "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" 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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and governor baker and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them
stray bullet inside a home in brockton. his family now opening up about the scary moments when they found the 3-year-old bleeding from his leg. reid: as newscenter 5's rhondella richardson reports, it all happened as the little boy was playing with his cousins. rhondella: the bullet hit right at the bend of his little leg. being extra cautious, his mom doesn't want to be a to divide. her children were inside the grandmothers bartlett street home at 1:00 p.m. saturday when there was a hail of >> they were after someone and the guy was running in and out of migrant -- my mother-in-law's backyard. rhondella: the bullet pierced the siding and came into the living room wall. the three-year-old, nowhere near the wall, was grazed. his nine-year-old brother shows us how far into the house where they were standing when they were shot.
sister-in-law, talking. that even outside. >> he looked out the window and we saw somebody speeding with a gun. and then i ran upstairs. rhondella: you actually saw a gun? >> and then we saw the bullet on the floor, a golden bullet. >> it was frightening. rhondella: incredibly lucky, but still very scared. >> they need to stop. because innocent people are being hurt. rhondella: bullets also went into that second floor. from police on shooting suspects. reid: a major gasoline pipeline back in service today. this was the scene on wednesday when the pipeline exploded in alabama. one person died and 4 were hurt. there had been concerns about gasoline supply in the southeast because of the blast. but those concerns are eased now that the pipeline is back online. nichole: samsung is getting ready to take on apple's siri. the company will be including
it lets you use voice commands to control your devices and handle everyday tasks. this comes after a tough year for samsung's smart phones. the galaxy note 7 was recalled because its batteries were exploding. a new call to protect kids from digital marketing for unhealthy foods. the world health organization says kids are being targeted more through smart phones and tablets. advertisers can track locations to offer specific deals. some partner with gaming companies to make restaurants important stops in a game. regulations and parental supervision. reid: a town in northern california is being plagued by aggressive wild turkeys. some people even calling 911. >> this is almost embarrassing. i'm try to get into my office on g street and davis. and i have this huge turkey surrounding my car come a circling me. >> i can't go anywhere.
[laughter] reid: to deal with the problem, the city council voted to allow some of the turkeys to be hunted. thanksgiving is around the corner. nichole: right. november. coming, coming. if i were a turkey right now, i would probably be a little cranky, too. mike: absolutely. high temperatures today just in the upper 40's. austin, 52. then our temperatures kept going down and down and up. around noon, it was 43 degrees. it was a back word today. -- it was a backward day. the wind out of the north northwest at 14. makes you feel like it's 37 degrees out there. a chilly night.
we have a storm system layouts -- we offshore. today, if you are inland, he saw a bit more sunshine. if you are right near the shoreline, i a lot of gray skies. some sunshine, but not that much. we keep getting these little bands of rain moving through. they looked like they were breaking up an hour ago and now they are back. looks like they will be with a string the nighttime hours. we've also got this little area that is a little bit west of marshfield, edging toward the new bedford area. southward. you may see little more rain tonight. what about tomorrow? overnight, the cloud cover will hang around. more money, there may be a few scattered showers down toward the cape. coming up, salem to the south shore, -- in the city, the clouds should clear away. as we go through the day, that cloud cover should dissipate more and more and more sunshine shirts working its way back in all the way down to the cape.
the cape, but you will eventually before the days of her with. the sunshine will hang around for the a while. if you showers toward the cape tonight. inland areas will get much colder. early clouds turning sunny. what about those look temperatures tonight? in the areas the clear off, we're talking about lowe's in the 20's. however, the cloud cover acts like a blanket and keeps what heat we have in. that's why see load interest tonight in hyannisport. around that 50-degree mark. look at this warm-up. by tuesday and worcester, wednesday was some cloud cover, cooling down a little bit. much warmer than what you will be seeing tomorrow. tomorrow, you get to enjoy the sunshine, cool sunshine out there. the cape, your temperatures are not going to budge much. we will have to wait to the afternoon to get that sunshine
storm system we offshore, keeping the northwesterly floor. high pressure builds in. by tomorrow night, clear skies, which means it is going to get chilly. as the high-pressure drifts it's way off, we get a return flow coming in here. tuesday, what -- mild air back into the forecast. it is looking nice and toasty. tomorrow, high temperature around 52 degrees. tuesday, 62 degrees for a hike of which are. the morning, some chilly sunshine out there with temperatures in the 30's, warming into the 60's. by the time that cloak -- the polls close, amateur spec into the 40's. wednesday, a chance for some scattered showers in here. not much moisture to work with as the cold front comes through. you will notice chapters cooling down a few degrees, not a lot. then it gets cooler as we head towards the weekend. chill enough on saturday and sunday. we may have to but if you flurries in the forecast.
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