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announcer: now, on newscenter 5's eyeopener -- randy: breaking overnight, a raging fire in belmont. the information just in from mclean hospital. emily: also breaking, arrests in a deadly hit-and-run. what the suspects are accused of doing after leaving the scene. randy: president-elect donald trump with a message for his own supporters, the demand in a new interview, and immigration concerns in boston. emily: super bowl wrong. the seahawks handing the pats their first loss since tom brady's return. it's on the eye for this monday morning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. emily: 5:00 a.m. staying on top of breaking news in belmont this morning. this is video just in from mclean hospital. right now we know the building involved here is abandoned. we do have a reporter on the scene. we'll bring you much more in
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the impressive sight. this is the super moon just outside your window this morning. it's the biggest and brightest moon we've seen in decades. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer along with cindy fitzgibbon. it is impressive. cindy: shining a light in the windows overnight. we have a little more time to enjoy it. just over an hour. it sets just after 6:00 this morning. as it gets closer to the horizon, it's going to a it is creating high astronomical tides, a concern for tomorrow as the storm approaches our area. all is quiet this morning. it is chilly. quite a range in temperatures right now. we've got 42 boston. 44 worcester. 48 in fitchburg. bedford 29. 27 in orange. norwood down to 30 degrees. 30's closer to the cape cod canal. a chilly start for many of us.
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we have a beautiful day on tap with loads of sunshine as high pressure remains in control. but here's the storm we're watching for tomorrow. it's going to throw some of this rain in our direction on tuesday. today we have sunshine. temperatures will rebound. by 9:00 a.m., 50 degrees. as we work into the afternoon hours, it's going into the lower 60's. we're talking about high temperatures this afternoon about 10 degrees above average. lower 60's today. near 60 on cape cod. a beautiful monday on the way. the full timeline on that rain just ahead. good morning, olessa. olessa: live look outside, no problems by alston-brighton. let's go to the maps. a little work left over. as you travel the pike, no problems there. 128 looks great. and north of town, issue-free start. nice and light out of methuen down into boston.
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trains and buses starting on schedule. randy: now to breaking news on this monday morning -- emily: a huge fire in belmont. we want to get to the eyeopener's doug meehan live at the scene for us. doug? doug: emily, randy, yes, good morning. the fire is actually down in the farthest part of mclean hospital in belmont. it's down around the corner from where we are right now. but we have some video that was shot by belmont pd. they had tweeted that out earlier, the call coming in and it was a raging inferno. this is an abandoned building, three story brick and wood building, one of two different buildings abandoned in the furthest, deepest part of mclean hospital. no other buildings are threatened with this fire. fire officials don't know how it started just yet. it was an abandoned building. the building is like a
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departments out here fighting this fire. so far no word of any injuries. we're just getting to the scene. so we'll work on getting more information for you. but as we can tell you, as far as the rest of mclean hospital, it's safe and in pretty good shape. live in belmont, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: doug, thank you. also breaking in the overnight hours, two arrests tied to a deadly hit-and-run. a bicyclist killed. emily: sera congi is live in taunton where the suspects will face a judge in just hours. sera? sera: emily and randy, a man and woman will both appear here in court at taunton district court at some point today. according to the bristol county d.a.'s office, it was the woman who was behind the wheel that hit a bicyclist who was killed. take a look at va from thursday night. this was the scene around 7:30 at the intersection of broadway and washington in taunton. investigators say 19-year-old cecily kilsby-munfano struck
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then left the scene. alfano died over the weekend. kilsby-munfano was charged last night with leaving the scene of a deadly accident and misleading police. second defendant was also charged in connection with this, 26-year-old ryan o'day. he faces one count of accessory after the fact. and both of those two suspects will be arraigned today. live in taunton this morning, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. >> don't be afraid. we are going to country back. randy: president-elect trump reassuring protestors they have nothing to fear from his administration. the president-elect was talking policy and more in his first television interview since winning the white house. erika is here with that and the big move today. erika: well, today trump's transition team holds its first formal meeting. vice president-elect mike pence at the helm.
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strategist. on "60 minutes," the president-elect addressed several issues including immigration, same-sex marriage, and abortion. >> i'm pro life. the judges will be pro life. having to do with abortion, if it ever were overturned, it would go back to the states. erika: when it comes to people using rhetoric to spread hate or hate crimes, the president-elect had a direct message. >> they're harassing that. and i say stop it. if it -- if it helps, i will say this, and i'll say it right to the camera. stop it. erika: mr. trump continued to label those demonstrating nationwide as professional protestors. randy? randy: new this morning, city
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a change in response to the president-elect's position on illegal immigrants. at least one city councilor wants to make boston a sanctuary city. that means local law enforcement
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. also in new hampshire right now, firefighters are dealing with several wildfires across that state. the biggest is in the white mountains. about 100 acres burning there. the danger level is moderate, but could become severe due to
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so dry the state says that two of the fires were started by lawn mowers. all bonfires need a permit and wood stoves should be used with caution. a super bowl rematch ends in a loss for the patriots. the game ending on this play, a missed fourth down pass to rob gronkowski in the end zone. bob halloran with what they're staying about this stunner. >> it always comes as a bit of a surprise when the patriots lose, week and especially when they had a chance to tie the game in closing seconds but failed to score after getting first and goal from the 2-yard line. this third gave seattle the lead. the seahawks failed on a 2-point conversion, so the patriots were only down 7. they drive the ball down to the 2 with the 26-yard patch to rob gronkowski, but on fourth and
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again. a lot of contact on the play but no flag, and the game was over. patriots lose 31-24. >> i'm not here to make excuses to say that was a p.i. >> it looks like one play but there was probably a lot of place in this game we could have done a better job of. they're a good team. we knew that going in. >> the loss drops the patriots' record 7-2, tied for the best record in the afc raiders and chiefs. from gillette stadium, bob halloran. emily: the mbta will meet to go over financial issues. the board plan to discuss the operating budget and employee compensation and the board will receive a report on safety after incidents like this one on the orange line last month when cars filled with smoke and passengers busted out windows to escape. right now, a warning for pet owners. the virus popping up by the
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sued. how one company says the chain is misleading customers. also new this morning -- find out what's really in everything you buy. the app decoding the barcode. erika? t. erika: a huge fire in belmont. this fire coming in from belmont as flames range through an abandoned building at mclean hospital. it's not clear how the fire started. our doug meehan is on the scene. we'll have updates all morning long. cindy: we have another mild day coming up the timeline on that plus the concerns along the coastline of possible flooding. first take a look at these temperatures all over the place this morning. 40's right now in worcester and in boston, but look at that. 27 degrees as you're heading out
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>> good morning, eyeopener. director of plymouth plantation, and we're celebrating the restoration of mayflower ii for the 400th anniversary of the pilgrims' arrival. randy: good morning to our friends on plymouth and on the south shore. the mayflower ii, a replica of the original ship, headed to mystic for renovations. we are going to be front and center and this weekend's big
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emily: join all of us at that thanksgiving celebration. head to our facebook page and find out how you can enter for a chance to win. and there's food. randy: yes. there's a big food tent. emily: i was thinking about the weather. i don't want to put you on the spot. cindy: cautiously optimistic. saturday's still a long way away. there could be some rain on sunday. it's we'll hold it off and it will be okay. skies are clear this morning. if you looked up overnight, you saw this. wow, gigantic, right? big and bright. that is the super moon. the picture sent in via twitter. thank you so much. you can see another shot. i want to share one with you. that came from the scituate harbor. the moon was rising.
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a.m. look up or down. it is cold. 21 in orange. 22 in keene. just 30 in plymouth. mid 40's in the cape. boston and worcester in the lower 40's. quite a variance in temperatures this morning, but the skies are clear. and the warm-up is going to be for everyone as we go into the afternoon. we've still got high pressure hanging on. it's a lighter westerly wind. if you liked yesterday, you'll love today. it's going to be a fantastic today. down the coast we're watching this storm right here, and this is going t us tomorrow. we need it. it has been so dry in the month of november, and we will get beneficial rain tomorrow. today, lots of sunshine. there's that light west-southwesterly wind, 5 to 10 miles an hour this afternoon. feeling really nice in the sunshine. lower 60's. that is a good 10 degrees above average for this time of year. same deal up through nashua, the merrimack valley near 60, worcester hills and cape cod. you can see how clear it is as we get through the day. this is 5:00 p.m. overnight, we'll start to see
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yes, but still dry. and temperatures out the door tomorrow morning will be widespread, mostly starting in the 40's. but we are going to wait for that system to lift northward. it brings in clouds first thing in the morning. during the later morning, the rain starts to come in. most of the morning commute is okay. then as the storm moves northward, there will be an onsho onshore flow. the combination of the w action, the high tides, we're going to watch tomorrow at 11:00 a.m., that midday high tide, that is when we could see some minor to pockets of moderate coastal flooding coming up during the day tomorrow. we need the rainfall. it looks beneficial. 1/2 inch to 1 inch of rain. most after the morning commute. your lunch hour is wet. notice heavy downpours possible by midafternoon and rain for the evening commute. doesn't wind down until tuesday night with clearing skies on
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50's, back around 60 for friday and the start of the weekend. moderate pattern. olessa: this morning, the ride is quiet. a live look at the pike at alston-brighton. no problems here. not seeing any issues across the area. let's go to the maps and check the rest of your ride. construction wrapped up on 93 south by the leverett connector and the road work we had. 93 north by route 24 just about out of the way. 128 looks good this morning. the pike as well. 15 minutes eastbound 495 to north, problem-free start 93 south looking great out of methuen down to the leverett connector. so far trains and buses also running on schedule. emily? emily: olessa, thank you. we're live at the scene of breaking news in belmont, firefighters fighting a fire on the property of mclean hospital. here is some earlier video from that scene. no reports of any injuries at this point or how the fire started. doug meehan is there and we'll
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owners following more than a dozen reports of sick animals in new hampshire. those animals, most of them foxes, have what's called distemper. police in hudson warn animals with the virus can seem tame but it can prove fatal. >> distemper is highly contagious, especially to dogs and cats. so we are asking that people -- you know, if they have one of these animals in their yard, don't let their pets out. >> keep an eye on whether i you know, certain animals i know shouldn't be out during the day. emily: pet owners are urged to make sure shots are up to date. check for ticks known to spread the virus. randy: your economy, a mixed bag for asian shares. the markets have been mostly stabilized since the presidential election. right now u.s. stock futures are higher. this week investors will be watching for new retail sales and housing numbers. the company that makes splenda,
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suing dunkin' donuts, saying the coffee chain is misleading customers. heartland consumer products says the dunkin' brand is serving a knockoff of splenda but says they're using splenda products. and dunkin' switched to differe different brand in april. information in barcodes. if you have an allergy concern, ipiit could be a huge help. you scan the barcode and the app tells you if the product is good for you. good guide gives you details on what the ingredients really are. and if you're trying to avoid something, the app can give you alternatives. good guide can tell you if the product is environmentally
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and ethical barcode lets you know what you're supporting when you shop at the grocery store. randy: the boss gets a boost. emily: bruce springsteen gets help from bikers. erika: marijuana and your health. the new finding. a brockton store clerk survived an encounter with two armed robbers. julian assange questioned about accusati why he's looking forward to the hearing. we are following breaking news in belmont. police just sent us this video of flames at an abandoned
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emily: 5:24. beautiful weather yesterday. we've got another gorgeous day in store today. look down the c of rain. that is heading our way for tomorrow. and we do need the wet weather. more of that ahead. look at these temperatures heading out. low 40's boston to worcester right now. but in the merrimack valley it is only in the 20's to start. quick recovery. we're in the low 60's this afternoon. your 12-hour forecast bringing temperatures up into the low 60's, near 60 on cape cod as well. so it's going to be a nice mild afternoon today after a chill out the door this morning. there's that rain on the way tomorrow.
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emily? emily: thanks. the bruins shut out the avalanche in colorado. david krejci scoring in the first period. that's all the bruins needed. they left it up to tuukka rask, who put a lid on the net. 21 saves. he's 10-1 this season. dominic moore scored on an empty netter on the third. the b's win 2-0. randy: 5:25. time for monday eyepoppers. olessa, they say diamonds are a be yours for a hefty price. this rare blue diamond going up for auction. experts believe the so-called sky blue diamond could fetch $25 million. the stone is more than 8 carats, the largest of its kind and very hard to find. it will be auctioned by sotheby's switzerland. and a group of bikers caught off-guard in new jersey. they stopped to help a stranded rider and found bruce
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bike. when that didn't work, they gave him a ride to a local bar. he bought them dinner. randy: awesome experience for everybody. olessa: that's what happens when you do something nice. emily: outsmarting your genes. how to fight conditions that you might be predisposed to. and we're getting updates right now on this huge fire in belmont. the fire chief told our doug meehan the building at mclean hospital has been abandoned for smelled the smoke early this morning and started investigating. doug will have a live report for us in just minutes from that
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announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- emily: breaking news. flames rip through a belmont. randy: two arrests in a deadly hit-and-run. nicole: what we are learning hours before the arraignment of two suspects. emily: a critical meeting for the trump administration. sera: an arrest tied to a fatal shooting in easton. randy: patriots falling to the seahawks. the super bowl rematch not going
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emily: breaking news now, flames ripped through an abandoned building in belmont. new information from the scene. we'll get to that in just a moment. randy: now 5:30 as we look at traffic moving on the massachusetts turnpike. easy-going out there at this hour. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer along with cindy and olessa. still dark and a chance to see something special. y: my highlights. you're distracted by it. so bright. just got this picture from kristen in dorchester. look how bright the moon is. the super moon will be setting at 6:17. as it gets lower on the horizon this morning, it's going to appear even bigger. check it out heading out this morning. quite a difference in temperatures. we're clear everywhere. in some spots, we've cooled a lot more than others. notice where we have lower 20's
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near 40 on the north shore. 30 in plymouth on the south shore. a lot of 40's on cape cod. so temperatures chilly this morning, but some spots colder than others. notice how clear it is now. we're watching a storm way down here over north carolina. this will come up the coast and bring us some s rain tomorrow. but today's going to feature a lot of sunshine. sun is up at 6:34. we're 50 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 60 at lunchtime and sneaking into the lower 60's this afternoon. this is a good 10 degrees above average for this time warmer than yesterday in most spots. as warm as 64 waltham to framingham. lots of lower 60's metrowest. near 60 in worcester county. even on the cape right around 6 on degrees, a mild afternoon. let's get you out to the roads this morning. how are we doing, olessa? olessa: so far so good. live look outside, check of the expressway. actually, this is route 1 behind me in saugus. southbound side toward the bottom of the screen. nice and light.
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the rest of your ride as you travel into boston. construction picked up early on 93 by the leverett connector. no problems on the expressway just yet. and so far you're in good shape on 24 as well as route 3. we have road work on 93 north by 24. that's gone. 128 itself looks good. route 3 quiet out of chelmsford. route 1 problem-free. trip on 93 south nice and light. trains and buses starting on schedule. randy: olessa, thank you. morning. emily: a raging fire burning on mill street. doug meehan has new information. doug? doug: emily, randy, yes, good morning. woe just spoke with the fire chief in belmont with more information about this fire. this is one of the buildings that has been abandoned. at one time it did house patients. it's a three-story brick and wood building. we're in the front part of essentially a horseshoe.
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according to the chief, but there is concern that the building could then collapse down upon itself. they're continuing to watch that. the call came in from a belmont police officer that smelled smoke in the area. that alerted them to this fire. belmont police putting out on the twitter a video of that fire. i think we have that so we can show folks at home. that was at about 2:30 this morning. as you can se great job, surrounding departments from various towns arriving on the scene to help belmont. part of the problem is this is in the furthest portion of the mclean hospital property. it's way down in back. and they have a hard time getting water down to this scene. so they continue to soak it. they continue to work it from the outside. but the good news here is that nobody was hurt and there was no report of anybody inside in the
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they don't know how this fire started. obviously working on that. more developments as the morning moves along. emily: thank you. more breaking news on the eyeopener this morning -- randy: erika is following it. erika: please make two arrests in a hit-and-run. they will be arraigned this morning. president-elect donald trump's new transition team will meet for the first time today. leads the team. yesterday trump named gop chief reince priebus as his white house chief of staff and bright bart news executive steve bannon as senior counselor. the patriots losing to the seahawks in a super bowl rematch of sorts. the game ending late after a missed fourth down pass to rob gronkowski in the end zone. the pats losing this 31-24. randy: a florida man expected in court charged in connection with
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is live in that community with the new break in this case. nicole? nicole: good morning. the suspect facing a slew of charges this morning, but police here do not believe he is the person that pulled the trigger. michael noguera will appear in a south carolina courtroom after he was arrested in a trailer there on saturday. he's charged with accessory to murder after the fact, armed robbery as well as larceny all connected to the shooting death of daniel smith. smith died friday after two boys easton last week near langwater pond. investigators are still looking for a car they believe is connected to the case, a red 2016 mazda 3 sedan with florida license plate 372-qqk. after his arraignment, officials will attempt to extradite that suspect to massachusetts. live in easton, nicole estaphan, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: thank you. and right now brockton police are investigating an armed robbery.
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knifepoint friday night at a gas station on oak street. chrissi pamales says two armed men ordered her to the floor before making off with $300 and her purse, her paycheck inside. >> they told me to go on the floor, not to press any buttons, and they left. randy: the store was targeted by thieves. there are surveillance cameras there. they failed to capture friday's incident. emily: massachusetts voters will have a new leader today. the new leader will succeed state senator thomas mcgee. he served as the party's chairman for three years. randy: boston city councillors holding a public hearing on
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bring ge to the seaport. the project has stalled after concerns over corporate incentives and the state budget concerns. the hearing is taking place on wednesday. donald trump pressed about a stance he took during the campaign. what he's saying now about whether he'll appoint a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton. and new research on marijuana and your health. the heart risk found twice as often in smokers of maju news we're following in belmont. no injuries from this huge fire in an abandoned building on the property of mclean hospital.
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olessa: a live look outside by the pike. so far, no problems here. we're not seeing any issues across the area, just some volume building early this morning. overall, a pretty quiet start. cindy, it is bright. cindy: headlights on, that full, bright super moon as well. it will be setting at 6:17. it's getting lower on the horizon. 40's boston, worcester, 20's in a few suburbs. chilly start, mild afternoon. lots of sunshine today. the needed rain on the way tomorrow and concerns of some flooding at the time of high tide at the coast. more on that is straight ahead. emily: your health now. researchers believe a healthy heart is within reach even if your genes are stacked against
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genetically at risk for heart disease, you can cut the risk in half through diet, exercise, and not smoking. research also shows an unhealthy lifestyle can actually override the health benefits of having good genes. concerns about the impact of marijuana on your heart. researchers presented a new study to the american heart association yesterday showing marijuana use may actually weaken the heart muscles. scientists found despite having lower cardiac risk factors like high stress or diabetes, still had high cardiac risk. marijuana users were two times more likely to develop stress cardiomyopathy or broken heart syndrome. randy: new information on the firefighting effort on the property of mclean hospital. julian assange not afraid to be questioned about rape allegations. why he says that today's hearing is actually a good opportunity for him, and a tough game for
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we watch traffic moving across
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emily: we're following breaking news, video just in from the scene of a fire at an abandoned building at mclean hospital. we have crews there in belmont, also in taunton and easton.
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critical day ahead for president-elect trump and his transition team. emily: first we'll check in with cindy and the super moon. still out now. cindy: it will be setting at 6:17. as we saw it rise, it was low and big on the horizon. it sets this morning with the same deal. a cool thing to look at. tides are the very highest of the entire year right now. we've got an offshore wind today. so i don't have too many concerns, but there's a storm down the coast that is going to bring us coast, there's going to be an onshore wind with wave action. tomorrow's midday high tide, there will likely be at least minor if not pockets of moderate coastal flooding. that 11:00 a.m. high tide coming up on tuesday, that's the one i think we need to pay attention to. the wind should be shifting offshore again as we go into wednesday. watching the tides, of course, and look at these reading out the door this morning. all over the place.
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30 in plymouth. mixed 40's on the cape. we are going to enjoy sunshine all day long as high pressure is hanging on 'til the storm lifts in our direction tomorrow. we'll have a lot of sunshine today. lighter wind than yesterday. it's from the west-southwest. that is a warm wind direction for us. you see the temperatures sneaking up into the low 60's in most spots. that is a good 10 degrees above average for this time of year. near 60 at the worcester hills. 63 you know how warm that felt, right? nice and mild today. clouds increase overnight. tomorrow morning's commute i think is dry. i think the rain holds off until closer to 9:00 a.m. once we get into it during the afternoon hours tomorrow, there will likely be some embedded downpours. this doesn't wind down until tomorrow night. 54 tomorrow. still in the mid 50's with clearing skies on wednesday. let's get you back out to the roads. getting busy, olessa.
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across the span of the zakim bridge, leverett connector. let's go to the maps and check the rest of your ride. volume is building out of brockton. 95 looks okay. route 3 as well. traveling the pike eastbound, 15 minutes, 495 to 128. and 93 south looks good. some volume out of methuen. for the most part, we're in good shape down to the leverett connector. trains and buses doing okay. randy: breaking news we're following in belmont this morning. emily: we're just getting new information on a massive fire spoke to the fire chief. doug, what did he have to say? doug: emily, randy, yes. this is an abandoned building on the property at mclean hospital here in belmont. it was a building that used to house patients, but it hasn't for several years. we don't know at this point how the fire started, but the bulk of the fire is over. the fear now is that the brick portion of this building could collapse. that's why firefighters are
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ground situation. but we still don't know the cause and no word of any injuries to any firefighters. at least we have some good news at this point. more coming up. and you'll hear from the chief at 6:00. live in belmont, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: breaking overnight, two people arrested in taunton in connection with a hit-and-run that killed a bicyclist. this all happened on thursday night around 11:30 here in taunton on the corner of broadway and washington. the d.a.'s office says the driver struck a 36-year-old man on a bicycle and then allegedly took off. the victim died over the weekend. police arrested 19-year-old cecily kilsby-munfano of taunton for leaving the scene of a crash with death resulting. she is also charged with misleading police. a 26-year-old taunton man is also facing a charge of accessory after the fact. both suspects will be arraigned later today. live at taunton district court,
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emily: with the first formal meeting of his transition team, president-elect donald trump is detailing his policy priorities. first the border and deporting undocumented immigrants who committed crime. >> it could be two million, three million. erika: he called on people to stop hateful speech against minority groups and told protestors not to fear his administration. he has priebus chief of staff and controversial former bright bart news executive steve bannon chief strategist. the team says the men will work as, quote, equal partners. emily? emily: thank you. trump saying in that same "60 minutes" interview he's not decided if he will appoint a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton and her private email server. he said he would do that during the second presidential debate. he said his plan is to focus on jobs, health care, and
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president obama will take questions today for the first time since trump's election. he'll hold an afternoon news conference at the white house before heading out on a six-day trip to greece, germany and peru. the white house says the president is expected to face questions from world leaders about donald trump's election. abc news will have a special report at 3:15. you can watch that right here on channel 5 or on our wcvb mobile app. randy: tito jackson tellin it's critical we remain steadfast in ensuring immigrants who are undocumented actually have a path to citizenship. he wants boston to be a sanctuary city and not assist with mass deportation and doesn't think those who may have simply been currently there are five sanctuary cities in massachusetts now. reporter: an arrest in easton,
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michael noguera was arrested in south carolina yesterday. he will face a judge there this morning. he is charged with accessory to murder after the fact. armed robbery as well as larceny. all this in connection to the shooting of daniel smith found in the woods in easton last week. it is expected that the suspect will be extradited to massachusetts. nicole esta, newscenter 5. randy: a community in california is mourning the loss of a sheriff's deputy shot and killed while responding to a kill. dennis wallace, a 20-year veteran of the force, was gunned down sunday while checking on a reported stolen van near modesto. that's in central california. police later arrested david macado, but they didn't realize he was the murder suspect.
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stabbing and carjacking is facing a judge. harding and another woman allegedly carjacked a second car, stabbing the woman and her daughter inside. the stolen s.u.v. was then chased by police to worcester where it hit a cruiser and parked car. harding will be arraigned today in dudley district court. randy: new zealand's prime minister surveying the damage of a powerful earthquake. at least two people were killed in the magnitude 7.8 quake that struck just after midnight monday. several aftershocks have been felt throughout today as some buildings are destroyed, roads cracked. the quake triggered tsunami waves. emily: iraqi troops moved into a smaller community just outside of mosul. this new effort was launched last month, troops converging from different fronts to retake
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but not taking part in the ground fighting there. randy: wikileaks founder julian assange will be questioned today by swedish investigators over rape allegations from 2010. the australian has been sheltered at the ecuadorian embassy in london since 2012. he believed sweden would extra died him to the united states after he leaked military files on the wars in iraq and afghanistan. assange says today's questioning is actually a chance to clear his name in the rape case. after a tough, tough loss to the seattle seahawks. the team in the lead changed eight times. the talk of the game, the pats' last possession, brady misses gronk in the end zone on fourth down. the patriots lose 31-24. the bruins shut out the avalanche in colorado. david krejci scoring in the first period. that was all the bruins needed.
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he's 10-1 this season. harvard grad dominic moore scored in the third and the b's win 2-0. randy: we're about to load up the bus and we've got a seat or two for you. thanksgiving is coming, and that means the eyeopener team is going to plymouth. we're excited to take part in america's hometown thanksgiving celebration in plymouth this weekend. and you can be our special guest. we've got your hotel room and dinner and all page, and you enter the thanksgiving sweepstakes there. you'll notice on the right-hand side, thanksgiving sweepstakes. and it's easy to enter. and we'd love to have you as our guest. emily: it's always a really good time. everyone is so friendly, so welcoming. and there's a food tent. cindy: there is. randy: can't beat it. cindy: right. in the past three years, i can tell you we've lucked out with the weather. we're hoping for that again this year. we shall see. i will tell you it's going to be mild, i think.
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looking at above average temperatures. 63 today, more than 10 degrees above average for this time of year. even with rain coming in tomorrow, we're still going to stay above average. mostly 50 to 60 degrees by the end of the week. cold out the door. bedford 29. 42 in boston. 44 in worcester. norwood down to 20 degrees where the winds have gone calm and even around freezing along the south coast of new bedford. mid to upper 40's on cape cod this morning. clear skies. you've got that super moon in view unt this morning. high pressure giving us another nice day, but there is a storm down the coast that we're watching for tomorrow. notice the temperatures coming up quickly. by 9:00 a.m., lower 50's. by lunchtime, a round or just over 60 degrees. we're looking for highs today a couple of degrees milder than yesterday. 63 in boston. 63 marshfield. the clouds will be increasing overnight, but it should still be dry for that morning commute. we're starting out your day on tuesday with temperatures mostly
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and we will climb back into the 50's. all the while that storm is going to be lifting northward. as it does so, the rain spreads in, but also that onshore wind, high astronomical tides and wave action may lead to flooding at the time of high tide around 11:00 tomorrow morning. keep that in mind. rain will get heavier as the day wears on. we'll watch that rain around the lunch hour getting heavy at times during the midafternoon. through the evening hours, it's a slow process of drying out. w wednesday. we're back to sunshine and milder temperatures by friday. let's get you back out to the roads. olessa: we're watching some delays building. zakim bridge, leverett connector, slow trip into boston. let's go to the maps and check the rest of your ride and travel times. a crash northbound in avon. it's about 25 minutes on the expressway braintree into boston right now. pike eastbound still in pretty good shape. it's a 15-minute ride, 495 to 128.
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trains and buses doing okay. randy: staying on top of breaking news this morning in belmont. emily: the update just in from mclean hospital. and new this morning, going beyond the barcode. easy ways to tell what's really in the products you buy. live look here this morning. that super moon still out for a few more minutes. 6:17 is when that will set. so if you haven't seen it for
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randy: breaking overnight, a raging fire in belmont, the information just in from the hospital. >> breaking arrest this is a deadly hit and run, what the suspects are accused of doing after leaving that scene. randy: president-elect donald trump with a message for his supporters and the demand and immigration in boston. emily: super bowl rematch goes wrong. what tom brady is saying about his first loss since getting back on the field. it's on the eye for this monday morning. we are staying on top of breaking news in belmont, this is video in from the hospital.


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