tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC November 19, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- rhondella: breaking overnight, a pedestrian struck in boston. doug: first on 5, former senator scott brown in the running for a cabinet spot. rhondella: a child hurt after how a family says a backpack may have saved his life. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. rhondella: good morning to you. it is saturday, november 19th. i'm rhondella richardson in for antoinette this morning. doug: i'm doug meehan. okay. so when i saw kelly ann this morning and i read this tease, it is there is a chance for snow this weekend. kelly ann, tell us it's not
ready just yet but a chance skirting in. we're mainly watching that sunday night into monday timeframe. this is something that as it moves through, more accumulation in the west, through the worcester hills and out into the brk -- berkshires. this is a winter blast. we have winter storm warnings in the west that will be pushing toward our area. we're getting in on t approaching for later tonight and into your sunday morning. until then, things are looking relatively quiet. dry and clear on the radar right now. we will be seeing some clouds moving in for later this afternoon. that's something moving on to the coast and eventually pushing westward. we have temperatures mainly in the 40's, but we will start to inch upward this afternoon, doug. doug: thank you. breaking overnight, boston police are investigating a serious crash involving a pedestrian. it happened on quincy street in
night. one person suffering serious injuries. we're told the driver did stay on the scene. rhondella: and breaking overnight in beverly, a scare for people living in apartments on kelleher road. firefighters put out a fire in a maintenance garage. no one was hurt. the fire is under investigation. doug: first on 5, former massachusetts senator scott brown is looking at a possible opportunity to join team trump. brown telling newscenter 5 he got a phone call from the president-elect yesterday afternoon. rhondella: brown is a candidate for secretary of affairs. newscenter 5's ben simmoneau spoke with the former senator at his home in new hampshire. >> my phone rang, and i have donald trump's number. it locked in. it was obviously the president-elect. ben: scott brown's cellphone rang. it was donald trump, the man he endorsed all the way back before the new hampshire primary, asking brown for more help by possibly taking a cabinet post. >> he said what's your real passion? i said, my real passion is
committing suicide. ben: brown, a 35-year veteran, views viewing the department of veteran affairs as the toughest cabinet position. >> you read every day about somebody dying or negligence or a cover-up in the v.a. it makes you so angry. ben: brown says v.a. doctors and nurses need to get out to smaller towns where veterans live and work more seamlessly with the defense department. as for what he'd >> 365, 24/7 suicide hotline by a live person. it's time to give back in a real meaningful way that can really change people's lives. ben: brown had been supporting president-elect trump for 10 months, even as he took heat from republicans like former massachusetts governor mitt romney. so we asked him what he thinks of a secretary of state romney, should it happen? >> they're both smart, dynamic guys. they can do a lot to offer. they can give a lot to this
offered. scott brown says they'll have another conversation next week. in rye, new hampshire, ben simmoneau, wcvb newscenter 5. rhondella: mitt romney is expected to meet with president-elect donald trump today. that meeting will be held in bedminster, new jersey, where trump owns a golf course. as ben mentioned, the former massachusetts governor is reportedly considered for secretary of state. a trump spokesman says the president-elect is holding meetings with supporters calling the gathering an opportunity for trump to hear from the best and brightest people. doug: this 9-year-old is banged up after getting hit by a car just after he stepped off the school bus. his grandmother witnessing the whole thing. the eye's john atwater spoke with the child's family about that scary scene. >> he's pretty banged up and sore. john: evidence of the violent collision is all over his body.
his grandmother watched in horror as a car slammed into the fourth-grader right after he got off the bus. his mother says his backpack protected him. >> he landed on his bag, on his side. his bag kind of like, that's what basically, like, saved his back from being hurt. john: family says he was passing metropolitan avenue as a car was coming over the hill. >> he just kept saying that he had a big gash over his eye and a bump on his head. >> people come flying down this street all the time. it's -- it's dangerous. john: neighbors have long worried about this hill and now the boy's parents think the crash should prompt a review of the bus stop. >> hopefully, something gets done about the bus stop situation. john: right now police and the school district are investigating to see if the crash could have been prevented. in the meantime, the boy's
drivers to be especially cautious around school buses. >> you have two minutes of your time to let children -- these are children -- off of a bus. like it's so important you need to stop. john: police are still investigating the circumstances of this crash, but they do say the driver stopped after the collision. at children's hospital, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: all right, john. thank you. chelsea police need your help to track down the driver of this white minivan on drove over an elderlma the 72-year-old victim received cuts on her head. she was taken to mass general hospital and is expected to believe. it may be a dodge caravan with a missing right side hub cab. rhondella: boston police looking for the person who phoned in a hoax. someone called the b.u. campus and claimed he was trapped inside the mugar library. the person called back to say he had shot a hostage.
lockdown, sending students into a panic. >> right as i got to the door, i was yelled at and told not to go inside. i was like what's going on? >> this coming from the b.u. police station, it was an actual person answering questions. rhondella: eventually, the threat was determined to be a hoax. police are trying to trace the call. boston police make an arrest in a roxbury murder. 24-year-old anthony toombs was shot to death on nazing street earlier this mont helped investigators identify the shooter. antoine davis was arrested yesterday. he pled not guilty in court. doug: a winchester man will serve life without parole for the murder of his mother. 48-year-old matthew mcaveeney pleaded guilty to the charges. prosecutors say he killed his mother and her cat in their
police say she had been dead two weeks. he was arrested in north carolina a week later. rhondella: the family who sued a prestigious boarding school is celebrating. phillips exeter expelled their 15-year-old son, named john doe in a lawsuit, after a sexual encounter with a female student. the family accused the school of gender discrimination, claiming two minors had sex but only one was expelled. the jury found the school liable on three claims. the judge will decide if john student. doug: good news for drivers worried the mass pike roadwork might be adding to the congestion on thanksgiving eve. well, an about-face. after saying construction crews would remain on the turnpike until noon next wednesday, the baker administration says the crews are going to stop by 5:00 a.m. on wednesday morning. nearly a million people in massachusetts are expected to hit the road to travel over thanksgiving. one massachusetts-based sneaker
rhondella: the way reebok is taking advantage of new balance's mishap. >> we have a message. we hope you will hear us out. doug: v.p.-elect mike pence met by boos at a "hamilton" show but the performers has a different message. we'll have that next. kelly ann? kelly ann: a mild trend coming to a ? we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter. roller derby. ? now give up half of 'em. do i have to?
doug: welcome back. a sneaker company rival taking advantage of new balance. reebok is responding to critical and angry tweets about new balance's support of president-elect donald trump. reebok has those now former new balance customers offering them new kicks. canton-based reebok telling "the globe" it's not part of a bigger marketing campaign. it's just friendly outreach. draftkings is merging with fan duel. the companies made the announcement yesterday, but the deal still needs to be federally approved. experts say that might be a problem because the joint company will control nearly 90% of the market. now, under the new deal, that
here in boston. rhondella: black friday is almost here, but many retailers have already unveiled sales and deals, and there are certain credit cards that could get you the best bang for your buck. one is citi with its price rewind program. register what you buy. for the next two months, citi will track the item. if the price goes down, you can request a refund of up to $500 per item. chase has the same max payout. just submit a claim with the original recpt showing the lower price. discover and mastercard have similar programs with restrictions. so be sure to read the fine print. announcer: now your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist kelly ann cicalese. doug: we knew eventually we'd talk about snow. rhondella: we can read between the lines. winter will make an appearance. kelly ann: a small appearance. just the chance for a few
winter storm warnings are in effect for much of the great lakes and now even starting to extend into areas of vermont heading out to the green mountains. so it's not too far from home. doug: they can keep it in the mountains. kelly ann: keep it in the mountains. that really will be the case for much of the snowfall moving in this weekend. the mountains could see a low accumulation, but here in the lower elevations, many of us will be missing out on that accumulating snowfall chance. we're talking about the rain impacts as we move into the weekend ahead, and the next chance of rain is moving in for tonight. itl scattered showers expected at most, especially for late this evening for that travel. tomorrow morning, that's when we see the best risk of showers tracking through the area. that will be moving through rather quickly, though. so as we head into the late morning to afternoon, those shower chances start to decrease. then we're talking about the chance of a few flurries heading into sunday night and into early monday morning. temperatures right now are mainly in the 40's. as you can see, especially heading out to the coast and the cape, 45 degrees in boston.
at this point. so definitely feeling nice and mild for heading out early this morning. a bit colder as we move inland where we see temperatures down into the 20's even. springfield at 27 degrees. so big range going from inland to the coast. that is going to be the case this afternoon as well as we see some clouds moving in for coastal locations. that will keep a lot of us in the lower to mid 50's. boston expecting a high of 51 degrees this afternoon. marshfield at 52. 50's to near 60 as we move out toward pittsfield. inland locations where the clouds will be slower to move in, that sun will help to keep us just a bit warmer for this afternoon. here's what's in store for today. we have beautiful sunny skies to start for early this afternoon. but notice by the midmorning we see coastal clouds making their way westward onto some of our far coastal locations. downtown boston, don't be surprised if you see clouds
and afternoon. no signs of rainfall just yet. so we're staying dry for much of today. even with those dinner plans for tonight. it's by late this evening we start to see some spot shower chances making their way onto the coastline and also approaching from the west. and this is a system to the west that will be bringing the best chance of rain as we head into tomorrow morning, skirting right on through the area. notice how we see heavier showers with travel and that chance of snow as we move westward into areas of new york and much of vermont and those higher elevations. even the berkshires seeing the chance of snow for early sunday morning as well. we see things drying out sunday afternoon. they won't last long as we see very cold and windy conditions moving in for your sunday afternoon. the chance of a few snowflakes cannot be ruled out as we see snowfall chances moving into
missing out. as we move westward and the higher mountains, we will see low accumulations of snowfall, 2 inches toward the berkshires. seven-day forecast, we will be seeing temperatures staying on the lower end of the scale. doug and rhondella, the next area of concern is monday with strong and gusty winds expected. rhondella: okay. thank you, kelly ann. well, the time is now 5:17. checking some of our other top stories happening right now. doug: the man who fired at police during a standoff in norton is behind bars. heatmu inside his john scott boulevard home early yesterday. a woman and a young child managed to escape from that house during the standoff. he held police at bay and did open fire, hitting the police car there. this is what the window of that home looked like. you can see it's full of bullet holes. police found guns, ammunition and knives inside that home. >> i see you are here just a few
rhondella: vice president-elect greeted with applause and boos. at the end of the performance, the cast said they hope the show inspired him to uphold american values and work on behalf of all of us. the musical celebrates diversity and the critical role immigrants played in the american revolution. doug: the global health moij for the zika virus is over. the world health organization says the disease is in the same fever and other mosquito-borne diseases. it's still a crisis and the distinction does not downgrade the concern over the virus. the centers for disease control and prevention is still warning pregnant women to avoid traveling to areas where the virus is spreading. announcer: now here's bob halloran with sportscenter 5 powered by xfinity. bob: the celtics were probably closer to getting kevin durant in the off-season than they were to beating him last night. celtics kept it close for a
as the golden state warriors. but durant and company have too much firepower. and the celtics were without al horford and jae crowder once again. there's a look at durant doing a little bit of everything. the running, one-handed floater give the warriors the lead. a couple of nice passes. durant with 23 points, 10 boards, and seven assists. celtic fans getting a good look at what might have been. and it was excruciating. just to highlight of the night for the celtics, terry rozier finds avery bradley with the half-court alley-oop. celtics trailed by 7 at the break. still a game, but they got blown out in the third quarter. warriors on an 18-0 run. this is durant for the finish. the warriors outscore the celtics 31-9 in the third. and that's all she wrote. coming up, zaza pachulia hits a "j" and then dances a little. that's not cool. the celtics fought hard till the end like they do. but in the end, they fall 104-88. harvard football looks to make 10 straight wins over yale in
and the bruins are home against winnipeg tonight. that's sports. have a great day. rhondella: a special honor for an injured boston pride hockey player. denna laing honored for her bravery and courage as she was awarded with the dana reeve award in new york. she was paralyzed on new year's eve. the foundation recognizing her as an advocate for victims of inspiration. doug: 5:20 is your time right now. are you ready? thanksgiving is inching closer. that means turkey sales are increasing. rhondella: but one turkey may be spared. it's how community relations is paying off. doug: and if you're headed outside for an early run to get that cranberry sauce, plenty of room. it's a nice morning out there, although a little chilly to the start. 38 degrees. stand by. kelly ann says there may be snow in the forecast. rhondella: no, no, stop.
rhondella: awe. doug: they all got their lines right. rhondella: the students taking part in the coat drive. doug: kelly ann, we really didn't need those coats earlier on this week, but it's changing here as we get into next week, correct? kelly ann: very progressive for tonight and tomorrow. you'll feel things more winterlike as we feel rain and the chance for snow as we move into some of our locations. heading out right now, things aren't too bad. most spots in the 40's, a few 50's with plymouth at 50 degrees right now. boston, 45 degrees. a nice light wind. that's helping to make things feel milder heading out this morning as well. those winds will stay on the lighter end of the scale even for this afternoon as we have the big plymouth parade. temperatures in the 50's. we will start to see more clouds moving in, doug and rhondella, but no chances of rain until
a free pass. meet miss toni. she's been living in this wisconsin neighborhood her whole life. the neighbors have been caring for her since she was just a hatchling. they tried to take her to a wildlife sanctuary, but she found her way back home. the neighbors say they don't mind. she really seems to like people and even pets. crazy. doug: although, if you're the owner of that car, you're probably not too happy with the car. in the oven 5:25 is your time. a local mayor fighting back. rhondella: police investigating after he was sent a threatening note. how that mayor is responding. doug: also, check it out. it's not snow you're looking there at the bottom left-hand side of your screen. that is soap. it's covering everything. foam. the foam mystery in california. rhondella: we'll check in on that. let's take a live look outside on your saturday morning. it is 5:25. good morning to you.
>> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5's president and general manager bill fine. >> the traditional benchmark for evaluating a new president is after their first 100 days in office. with donald trump, we've already learned old rules don't apply. the clock is running right now on his new administration. his choices will draw extra scrutiny with no past track record to weigh. will president-elect trump surround himself with more reince priebus, former rnc chance, or more political operatives like steve bannon, his new chief strategist? it's unclear. the transition team is in transition. we should know soon. what is clear, trump is reaffirming some of his campaign promises and already softening others. reflecting consistency with his campaign pledges, he'll put pro-life judges on the supreme court. the second amendment seems safe
but the wall, he says, now might actually be a fence in sections and imprak instead of doparting all illegal immigrants, and target the criminal element. he may not try to throw hillary clinton in jail. will he drain the swamp or simply restock it? depends on your definition and point of view. and instead of throwing out all of obamacare, he's opened the door to reform rather than repealnd both his supporters and detractors are not quite sure what president trump will do. rethinking or moderating a large must be of his campaign promises -- number of his campaign promises, however, would be a
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- kelly ann: cold air is heading our way. big changes for the weekend, plus some areas some snow. rhondella: the president-elect's national security taking form. trump's controversial choices and the criticism from a massachusetts senator. doug: a local mayor fighting back. the threatening note sent to him and how he's responding this morning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. 5:30 on this saturday morning. i'm doug meehan. rhondella: i'm rhondella richardson in for antoinette.
after such nice mild weather. doug: yesterday it was unbelievable. kelly ann: absolutely. it was a little tease. we're seeing a huge flip. we'll feel more winterlike. some winter storm watches already. right now for much of massachusetts, we're in the clear. moving into southern vermont, we have a winter storm watch that has been issued mainly for the southern green mountains. it's really through that mountain range we see the likeli snowfall with that chance of rain moving in for tomorrow, sunday night, and also into monday. so here's what's going on overhead right now. we're dry here locally, but there's a rain just to our west. this is moving through with a cold front that looks to have some big impacts on our temperatures as we head into tomorrow and really through much of the workweek ahead. a winter blast to follow this. this is already bringing snowfall through the great lakes where winter storm warnings and
right now, dry and clear overhead, but, doug and rhondella, we have clouds later this afternoon. a look at how that will impact our temperatures. rhondella: thank you, kelly ann. we are following breaking news on the eye this morning. doug: a car crashes into a person on quincy street in dorchester. that patient being treated for serious injuries. this happening about 11:00 last night. we're told the driver did stay on the scene. the crash is under investigation this morning. rhondella: breaking overnight in beverly, a fire at an apartment buildi it started around 1:00 this morning. no one was hurt. doug: right now, a 9-year-old from roslindale is recovering after getting struck by a car. he was getting off the school bus when he was hit, and it happened right in front of his grandmother. police and the school are trying to figure out if that crash could have been prevented. rhondella: former massachusetts senator scott brown is up for a position in the trump administration. it's a story you saw first on 5, brown telling newscenter 5 he received a call from the president-elect.
doug: the president-elect has already named three key members of his national security team. and as nichole berlie explains, two of them are already coming under fire. nichole: team trump announcing jeff sessions for attorney general, lieutenant general michael flynn for national security advisor and michael pompeo of kansas as cia director. federal judgeship in 1986 after allegations he made racial remarks, including testimony from a black u.s. attorney who says sessions called him, quote, boy. sessions denied those allegations. >> i am not a racist. i am not insensitive to blacks. >> the selection is being criticized. >> i strongly urge donald trump
senator sessions. but if donald trump fails to do that, then there will be a moral question in the united states senate. nichole: michael flynn is questioned by some for his relationship with russia and his book in which he wrote i don't believe all cultures are morally equivalent. but no signs of worry from team trump. >> we've got a great number of men and women, great qualificatns serve this new administration. nichole: there are also critiques of the lack of diversity with all confirmed announcements going to white men. nichole berlie, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: the president-elect now paying $25 million to settle three fraud lawsuits against his defunct trump university. the class-action lawsuit charged that trump u failed to deliver on its promise to educate people about the real estate market.
half of their money back. trump's lawyers says the settlements are not an admission of guilt. trump said he would not agree to a settlement. rhondella: a cape cod stunned by the arrest of a teen, the captain of a high school football team accused of a bus stop attack on a 14-year-old girl. his team taking the field without him. newscenter 5's diane cho with the story. diane: the teen girl was attacked walking when they say she was grabbed from behind. players take the field without one of their captains. that's because 18-year-old john allen, a senior at the school, is facing several charges, including attempted aggravated kidnapping. >> the perpetrator in this case tackled her from behind, placed his arm around her neck while she was on the ground, applying pressure. diane: prosecutors say the
they say she was walking to her bus stop on november 10 when she was attacked. prosecutors say another teen saw what happened and screamed, causing the suspect to take off. >> the vehicle in question, according to the police report, is a very distinguishable type vehicle. diane: prosecutors say several witnesses saw the car several days prior to the attack and on the day it happened, but allen's attorney argues there are several inconsistencies not only regarding the description of the attacker but also the vehicle. >> the only assailant is this young girl who was in close proximity to the victim. she was shown a photo array. the defendant's photo was in that photo array. she failed to identify anybody within that photo array. diane: the superintendent of the school tells us allen is a good student. the suspect is held behind bars until another court hearing take place on tuesday. in bourne, diane cho, wcvb
suffered an apparent drug overdose in a lawrence dollar store. heartbreaking video showing the woman's young daughter trying to wake her mother. mandy mcgowen is facing child endangerment charges. rhondella: police in maine investigating a deadly crash. a man and his 5-year-old were killed after their car was hit by a box truck on the maine turnpike. it happened yesterday backing up traffic for eight miles. a 56-year-old driver from lowell was behind the wheel of the truck when it struck the car and landed on top of it. the driver was delivering mail from new hampshire to portland. police investigating after a local mayor is threatened because he's gay. doug: the mayor of holyoke going public. newscenter 5's julie loncich has his response.
i think i'll be fine, like i can take it. julie: but this was too much. he's openly gay. when this note arrived, he paused and then posted, sharing the anonymous mail on his facebook page, which reads, you are one of the most selfish people that i know due to your gay lifestyle. you are going down. hate mail, moore says, isn't uncommon, but this was something else entirely. >> i think, you kno postelection culture that has been, i think, magnified over the last week and a half or so, i think a lot of people have been emboldened to have more overt displays of homophobia and racism and xenophobia. julie: in his second term now, other constituents are promising to stand by his side. >> i think it's important for me as a public official to recognize that no area of this
homophobia. julie: as of friday evening, that facebook post had been seen 1,000 time. rhondella: more than 300 calls have come into the newly created state harassment hotline. doug: attorney general maura healey's office is set up to support hateful behavior following the november 8 election. >> they range from road and called the "n" word. in our state, folks. i just want to be really clear. this stuff is real, where people came out and had latino couple came out and had their car keyed. trump go home. doug: she says americans need to get back to an old-fashioned notion there is right and there is wrong. this morning, boston mayor marty
the mayor is inviting neighbors to discuss his plans for a year-long project to talk about racism and help healing the city's scars. the goal is to hold talks with small groups and reach out to all neighborhoods. the time is 5:40 on saturday morning. everybody has a different way of cooking their thanksgiving turkey. rhondella: if you deep-fry yours, you may want to listen up. the best advice to make sure your turkey cooking is safe. doug: gotta watch that one. also this morning -- caught on camera. it it even looks like soap. but it's not. we're going to explain what this is all about coming up. kelly ann? kelly ann: and speaking of snow, we could be seeing some creeping in for later this weekend.
doug: how many times have we seen this? caught on camera. my goodness! a car barrelling through a restaurant in oregon. it went deep into that dining room, plowing through the doors and windows. driver said he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake. he was trying to park. luckily, nobody inside was hurt. check this out. that is not snow you're seeing
hangar, normally used to put out fires. yesterday it discharged accidentally, started spilling onto the streets. by midday, the sea of foam was several feet deep. look at this dude. some couldn't just keep themselves from going through it. he says he rode his bike through, couldn't see anything. it's just a fluffy mess. rhondella: i have the real accident. more than 300 crashes reported already with ice and wind gusts reducing visibility. drivers warned to stay off the road and some big delays at denver international airport. but some say it's about time. >> it's overdue, so we were expecting it a long time ago. so we're pretty prepared for it. rhondella: snow falling 4 inches per hour in some places with temperatures plummeting into the teens. icy roads are going to be
doug: there are plenty of thanksgiving day football games where the snow was on the sidelines. rhondella: i'm not used to this mildness. i have thoroughly enjoyed it. kelly ann: this is more abnormal for us than seeing the snowfall. at this point, we're wondering, okay, what's the deal? some of that snow that brought those blizzard conditions to the midwest will try to creep into our area sunday/monday. yeah, yeah. so a lot of us won't see that accumulating snowfall, but we're going to d few snowflakes can't be ruled out for your sunday night. here's what's going on. we have that storm track moving through the midwest. rainfall is the initial concern as we head into tomorrow morning. but there's a wraparound cool air behind the system. and that is what's bringing that chance of snow which right now is bringing blizzard conditions as we move through much of the great lakes region and that big cooldown as well. as that pushes toward our area, we will see that chance of rain
then it's that sunday nighttime period where we could see a few snowflakes even into the overnight and into monday morning as well. right now, things are dry and clear. really not a cloud in sight. that will change this afternoon. we will see clouds especially moving onto the coastline which will play a huge part with our temperature forecast for today. right now, our temperatures looking nice and mild. we're at 45 degrees in downtown boston. plymouth at 50. te 54 degrees. that's playing a part with those coastal temperatures this morning. you move inland. that's where we see a few 20's on the board. pitts field, 28 degrees. kite a bit cooler inland, the opposite this afternoon because clouds that move onto the coast will keep our temperatures in the 50's. as you move inland where that sun will be a bit stronger, that's where temperatures could inch towards 60 degrees this afternoon. so colder for the coast.
hour, clouds are building in and temperatures will fall into the 40's. right now we do have a storm system which is off the coast, really not a huge impact for us, but it's that wraparound air that's bringing some of those clouds right onto the coastline for today. that will continue to be a concern through the evening, but then we're watching that cold front with that rainfall, which pushes right through as we head into the overnight hours tonight and into your sunday morning. as that pushes through, we see that chance of snow initially just hanging out in the vermont and even upstate new york. but by later sunday afternoon with that cold air in place, some of that snow will try to inch its way even toward the worcester hills. we're talking about a light coating at most as we move from the saturday night, sunday timeframe. inland, that's where heavier snowfall accumulations are expected. most of us missing out on this, including downtown boston, where at most we'll see a snowflake or two. seven-day forecast, well,
start to cool down. we have gusty winds for monday. cold enough that we're talking about wind chills in the teens. that's something that sticks around throughout the entire day on monday afternoon. the rest of the seven-day, of course, all eyes on thanksgiving where we do see a new chance of rain and even some snowflakes trying to move through for thanksgiving morning. of course, we'll keep you updated on that chance of the storm track. rhondella: thank you, kelly ann. the time is 5:48. checking some of o possible police impersonator. a woman claims she was pulled over by a man in an unmarked car with two blue lights. the man asked her and her passenger for an i.d. anyone in a similar situation should drive to a well-lit area and call 9-1-1. rhondella: edward spires says he was dismissed from the service in 1948 because he's gay. he wants his status upgraded to
spires' attorney says he's in poor health and would like to have a military funeral. doug: a sheriff's deputy in florida is off the job after allegedly lying about an incident during a traffic stop and here it is. the deputy claims that a woman shoved him and grabbed her license back during that traffic stop, but the sheriff says the video of that incident proves otherwise and that it didn't happen that way. charges against the woman are now being dropped. rhondella: f a warning about what could happen if you deep-fry a turkey the wrong way. this is what you don't want to happen on thanksgiving day. it's what can happen if you put a frozen turkey in hot oil. firefighters recommend setting the fire more than 10 feet away from your home. make sure the turkey is thawed and dry. and keep an eye on the oil temperature. doug: when you do it right, it is delicious. it's that time of year when you may be looking for a good, hard cider. but how about serving up a brew
it's made in mass. >> you know the phrase the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. we like to have you think we're that apple that did fall far from the tree. doug: boy, have they. with names like purple people eater, ectod plasm and beetle juice -- most cider. these apples have higher tan ins. we like to use these. doug: the native and state grad began brewing his craft cider business three years ago. it's where he started that might surprise you. >> i got into cider because i was a wine guy. doug: after college, he spent years traveling and working the vineyards of europe. when he returned home, he realized the perfect fruit for fermenting was practically in
massachusetts. we ferment it slowly over the winter in our cellar next door, and as it's fermenting, it turns into alcohol. we age it either in a barrel or in a tank, and then it's a hard cider. doug: that's just the beginning. this building that once housed the first gas station in salem now serves as a tasting room so the public can sample his concoctions and get that all-important feedback. >> not everyone is an all-star. some are. people say interesting. thank you, but no thanks in the future. some people say, wow. doug: al says although his company is rooted in tradition, they are unique to the core. >> nothing's wrong. we're learning every time we do something. that's the most satisfying part of what we do. doug: the stuff is far out there. it's so good. you can find far from the tree locally in over 400 bars and restaurants and liquor stores.
holiday. doug: a great gift. good one to give yourself. rhondella: i was giving you a hint. doug: okay. there's in in the fridge. i'll bring you mine. a woman caught stealing from a donut shop tip jar. rhondella: how a young girl used her tooth fairy money. doug: a live look toward worcester. clear skies. 38 degrees. but don't be fooled. you folks out in yeah, you heard me right.
kelly ann: heading out the door, we're seeing most spots in the 40's and even a few 50's. nice and mild. that will be the trend this afternoon as well. many of us, especially inland, looking to reach toward the mid to upper 50's. but all eyes are on sunday. rain, especially for the morning. temperatures stay quite a bit cooler. we're topping out in the 40's throughout the entire afternoon and evening. and then from there, doug and rhondella, the chance of snow moving toward the higher elevations. rhondella: thank you, kelly ann. a little girl is giving back after a worker's tips were stolen from a tip jar. doug: the texas girl used her tooth fairy money to tip the donut man. she wrote the shop owner a letter saying she saw the
the best part here, she hatched the plan all on her own. the donut man has rewarded her with free donuts forever! rhondella: wow! that's wonderful. and a big turnout for a local girl battling cancer. 3-year-old lola rose anderson of middleton is fighting a rare cancer. she got a special ride flanked by motorcycles from across the area. cops for kids with cancer donated $5,000 to lola well done. doug: indeed. rhondella: and holiday travel is fast approaching. doug: signs are up on the highway warning drivers to plan ahead. there's good news for drivers on the mass pike. the changing construction plans that could -- could -- lighten traffic. rhondella: a former massachusetts governor expected to meet with the president-elect today. the position mitt romney is being considered for. doug: 5:56 on this saturday morning. starting to see the skies lighten ever so slightly.
rhondella: breaking overnight, a pedestrian struck in boston. the details we know right now. doug: first on 5, former senator scott brown in the running for a trump cabinet spot, but he's telling us about his conversation with the president-elect. rhondella: a child hurt after being hit by a car getting off the school bus. how his family says a backpack may have saved his life. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. rhondella: good saturday morning. it is 6:00 a.m., november 19. i'm rhondella richardson in for antoinette this morning. doug: good morning, everybody. i'm doug meehan. i'm cowling down. i ran to get some ice. you know, you want to be hydrated during this show. you only have two minutes between the breaks. are we good? kelly ann: and now we're talking -- doug: snow. kelly ann, please say it isn't snow. kelly ann: that's the thing, doug. things are mild out there.