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whole thing sergio licona is still hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. our rhondella richardson is live with the ongoing investigation. rhondella: this is a break in the case. police have processed the vehicle and they believe the victim is three small children. police believe this gray jaguar with the damage to the front end is the vehicle in the brockton hit and run. just before this was scene. 1:30 a.m. friday,the victim sergio david licona vallecillo, , the man in the middle with his friends, was critically injured leaving the spot bar and lounge on brockton's north main street stepped into the street and that's when a car appears to barrel right through them at the moment of impact, it is so disturbing, we stopped the video just before impact. state police from the da's -- the april office, -- the da's office processed the jaguar at the brockton police dept saturday and returned it to the owner who was not the driver at the time of the hit and run. the victim is a 25-year-old father of 3 and works at georgio's roastbeef and pizza shop. at impact he flew in the air,
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three women run to help. the driver of the car, just flees the scene taking off down flees the scene taking off down the street. the owners did not answer the door, but neighbors say the car was returned very late last night. live in brockton, wcvb newscenter 5. nichole: right now five people are out of their homes in dorchester after a destructive fire. the fire on harlemtr newscenter 5's diane cho is live at the scene with what we're learning about the cause. diane? diane: the red cross is now here helping the victims who lived in this home after 5 people were displaced by the fire. firefighters say the fire apepars to have started in the back of the home because that's where the heavy damage is from the flames. they say the fire went from the first floor and made its way all the way up to the attic. we're told this is a 2-family home. it took about 30 minutes before
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firefighters are now learning the fire was caused by a short circuit in a first floor power strip in the back of the home. >> is kind of confusing. you have to send forces to be right and the left. diane: crews are working to board up the home right now. we're told one firefighter was taken to a local hospital for a minor burn on the leg. firefighters estimate the damage to be around three to $50,000. live in dorchester, diane cho, wcvb newscenter 5. reid: looking at needham outside of boston. a chilly day today, mike. mike: it's the clouds. flashing red, cityview. reid: i have heard them a thousand times. [laughter] mike: we have sunshine today. that was the nice thing about
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enjoy the day. here is what we have going on as far as the satellite picture is concerned. gray skies, but look at a couple of things. you see how the gray skies move in this afternoon, also sprinkles and flurries. certainly, they have dissipated over the last three hours. but notice this. these guys are starting to clear. you see how these guys are crystal-clear overnight. start your day off with plenty of sunshine. in boston, we will drop the temperature is around 32 degrees. temperatures will dissipate, and after that, it is just clear skies. you get away from the city, it is going to get even colder. temperatures in the 20's the low the freezing mark. it will be a chilly start tomorrow. however, i have really warm temperatures this week. when it does come in is moister, it will be in the form of rain, not snow.
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under criticism from some top members of the trump transition team as the president-elect considers romney for secretary of state. meanwhile, president-elect trump is using twitter to voice some criticism of his own tonight. newscenter 5's todd kazakiewich has more. todd: the criticism from donald trump is with regard to a recount that will be happening in three states. trump calls at the work of "crybabies." also sharp criticism from one of conn's senior questioning whether mitt romney has the experience to be the top diplomat. kellyanne conway: governor romney in the last four years, has he been around the world doing something on behalf of the united states of which we are unaware? todd: a senior adviser to the president-elect questioning the qualifications of mitt romney for secretary of state, harsh criticism that seems to show dissension within the trump transition team.
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will pick the most qualified candidate. >> he will hire the best people possible. he is going through this process. he has interviewed and talk to governor romney. kellyanne conway: i'm all for party unity, but i'm not sure we have to pay for that with the secretary of state position. but what donald trump decides, kellyanne conway and everyone else will respect. todd: trump has plenty to say of a pennsylvania, michigan, and wisconsin. the green party has been pushing for the recount. hillary clinton's campaign will participate. trump calls it a scam, tweeting "i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally." trump has also been tweeting excerpts off clinton's concession speech in which she says she accepts the results of the election. trump has also said that he
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that millions of people voted illegally. reid: thank you. attleboro police are investigating if there's a connection between a pair of robberies. someone held-up the honey dew donuts on county street this morning. he claimed to have a weapon, but never showed one. police are looking into whether it's the same person who carried out a similar robbery on friday at the cumberland farms next door. nobody was hurt in either hold-up. new information about killing of a woman in lowell last weekend. the lowell sun reports and autopsy shows that gloria orengo died from a ruptured aorta an injury that's consistent with being run over by a car. police say orengo was involved in a fight outside a party. a woman has been arrested for the beating, accused of hitting orengo in the head with a full bottle of liquor twice. prosecutors say there may be more arrests. nichole: police and lester looking for more information
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a stranger. a car christian child walking near green street and baldwin street. the operator of the car used what appeared to be a playstation for to lure the child to the vehicle. the vehicle is described as a burgundy 4 door larger style vehicle with two red bumper stickers on the back. the driver appeared to be a 20-year-old male. a investigation is underway in brockton after a woman was attacked this morning. our media partners at the brockton enterprise report the victim called she was stabbed just after 8:00. police say she was assaulted, but not stabbed and will be ok. they are searching for whoever is responsible. reid: this week a mother will be sentenced in connection to the death of her daughter who overdosed on fentanyl. 17-year-old eve tarmey was found dead in a rochester, new hampshire motel room last year. police say tarmey's mother, jazzmyn rood and rood's boyfriend mark ross were with eve in that motel room, gave her the drugs. ross has already been sentenced to 20 years in prison. rood reached a deal with prosecutors and is scheduled to
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staying in new hampshire for this next story, police have caught the man they believe responsible for multiple bank robberies. he was arrested just hours after he was accused of holding up a citibank on south willow street. surveillance video a loud police to id him in two other crimes as well -- i allowed police to id him and other crimes as well. nichole: protests over the american flag at hampshire college. many of the protesters are veterans. they carried flags across the campus. the flags of been removed since students burned one to protest donald trump's election. >> we want that flag raised. raise your flags, everybody. nichole: the protesters placed
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the school says it welcomes a peaceful discussion about his decision. reid: still ahead on newscenter 5 at 6:00 -- friends and family gathering to raise money for a scholarship. we are learning that that fundraiser -- nichole: a big day for shopping on black friday, but not necessarily of stores. the new record set online. mike: we start the work week withun i have an hour-by-hour breakdown. reid: and bob halloran tells us about the wreck catcher coming coming up and sports. >> half hour of news at four clock. j.c. monahan, ed harding, newscenter 5 4:00, part of the
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the george heath superhero scholarship was a total success. $11,000 was raised through auctions. george heath died in the con rampage. the scholarship will go to students and the high school where he worked. reid: reactions coming in follin nichole: in cuba, there will be nine days of mourning for the man who ruled the country with an iron fist for decades. >> it's like a new beginning. elizabeth: on the ground, cubans in that cell, praying. she came to florida as a child with her family.
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was it. elizabeth: in cuba, a different mood. l.a. in gonzales, who became a symbol of troubled relations between the countries after he was rescued off the coast of florida, before a legal battle ended with his forced return to his homeland morning could -- mourning fidel castro. >> he was with my father he made it possible i would come back to my father and back to cuba. elizabeth: felix not shared by senator ted cruz, whose father fled cuba decades ago. the former presidential candidate lashed out. senator cruz: i hope we do not see barack obama and joe biden and hillary clinton and democrats lining up to lionize a murderous tyrant and flag.
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trump has said that he might undo ties with cuba said in a statement our ministries and will do all it can to make sure the cuban people will take their final journey toward freedom and prosperity. reid: a programming note -- david muir will be anchoring from cuba after news center five at 6:00. coming up at 6:00 -- black friday is always a busy day for
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nichole: black friday online sales hit an all-time high this weekend. reid: shoppers spent 3.3 billion dollars, a 21% increase over last are, and more than ever, people are using their phones to shop. purchases increased to $1.2 billion. still, in-store shopping is not
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reported the highest traffic since it began 20 years ago. nichole: and no delays for travelers. drivers are seeing the normal slowdowns on the mass pike and a few delays at logan. storms over washington dropped two feet of snow in 24 hours. reid: keep it out there, mike p keep it t it looks like it will not be headed this way. we will be warm enough to get some rain. steady red, rain ahead, flashing red, snow instead. that's the middle of the summer and flashing red means there is rain out. the red sox -- it used to be the brakes as well.
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right about average this time of year. nowhere near the record heat. if you look over the city right now at 41 degrees, we have a wind chill index of 32 degrees. see the camera bouncing around? that is the breeze that has been with us most of the day. we have a fantastic afternoon. tomorrow the sun is out again. the clouds move in, but also as you look to the west, th nothing is hitting the ground. lots of snow in nova scotia. we have a cool breeze with it. tomorrow we get the sunshine without the wind. overnight tonight, skies are crystal clear. during the afternoon, lots of sunshine.
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lead to rain. it looks like it will be warm enough. it could be cold enough that we start with a little bit of a mix. tonight, around here, clouds turning mostly clear. tomorrow, sunshine. 11:00, 42 to 46, light wind. high pressuren high pressure will allow the system to come in from the west. this system will drag a lot of mild air with it. as it comes in, even though it is cold right now, we will be talking about a rain event. a few pockets early before they turn over to all rain. this is a little bit of a gap. wednesday morning through wednesday afternoon, before the next batch of rain moves in.
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-- at damp, dreary week. i think happened to enter brain is pretty likely. we have ring coming in and even more rain wednesday night into thursday. here is the wave breaks down the next seven days. tomorrow, chilly start. we get more of a breakdown on tuesday. we start with scattered showers, very light stuff tuesday morning. as we head toward tuesday afternoon, this is when the downpour start to show what. commute home tomorrow will be on the slow side. eventually as we head toward late tuesday night early tuesday morning, that rain will be wrapping up. the right ba a hint of sunshine tuesday morning. wednesday afternoon, 54 degrees, gray skies in the morning and then we have the rain as we head toward the afternoon. more scattered showers wednesday night and this will likely go into early thursday. thursday afternoon, it should be winding down.
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over. just those days, tuesday, wednesday, thursday grey and overcast. looks for rain as well. do not look for wintry weather with this forecast. i meteorologist -- i am meteorologist mike wankum. >> now sportscenter 5 with bob halloran, powered by xfinity. bob: 20 games into the nhl season, the bruins are perfect when jimmy hayes scores of gold -- a perfect 1-0. going back to the games, the bruins are perfect 3-0 when jimmy hayes scores a goal. the point here is jimmy hayes does not score a lot of goals. the bruins were just getting started. on the power play, david krejci spots torey krug coming down off the blue line. krug snaps one off and david
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>> the blue line. jimmy hayes scores! [cheering] >>and thus endeth the biblical drought, jimmy hayes with his second goal in 43 games. bob: a drop of biblical proportions. jimmy hayes gets off the proverbial schnide, bruins score three times in the second period in the tuukka rask would lose third. the shut-out, but he picks up another win 4-1 the final. , so, the bruins are now 12-and-10. all 12 wins have come with tuukka rask in goal so, the bruins are 12-and-4 with rask and 0-and-6 without him. rob gronkowski who missed last week's game with a chest injury , started today against the jets but left the game in the first
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late in the first cap, the jets had a field goal blocked. it is still 10-10. the patriots are driving in the third quarter. next sunday, the patriots host the l.a. rams so, let's look at the rams. at new orleans, game number for two the number one overall pick, rams cornerback jared goff. he didn't have any of these in his debut last week but he had 3 touchdown passes today and two turnovers. it will be interesting to see what belichick has planned for him next week. talented saints offense drew -- drew brees backward pass to willie sneed and sneed airs it a 50-yard touchdown pass to tim out. a 50-yard touchdown pass to tim hightower. rams lose, 49-21 they'll bring a 4-and-7 record to foxboro on sunday. the ravens may be a team to reckon with down the road. here they are beating the bengals and taking over first place in the afc north joe -- afc north. joe flacco to breshad perriman.
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is in the building. elvis dumervil with the strip sack to steal the deal. the ravens when 19-14. the patriots host them in two weeks. the dolphins have won 6 in a row . miami improves to if the 7-4. patriots don't beat the jets, the dolphins would just be a game behind and the dolphins host the patriots in the final game of the regular season on new year's day. coming up tonight on sportscenter 5 o.t., the patriots would analysis and thanks giving leftovers with the great high school football for you. that's tonight. 11:35. that is sports.
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reid: fin c are going to like tomorrow. today was nice, but a little breezy. we get rid of the brief tomorrow. tuesday, the rain comes back, so does the grey sky, but look of the temperatures. we are in the 50's most of the week. we get the sunshine back with the 40's. that will happen at the end of the week. that wednesday rain may linger into thursday. that is important to us, because thursday night are the holiday light and we want to make sure that's all right.
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tonight, a special edition of "world news tonight" from havana. the death of fidel castro. the dictator reigning for decades, defying the u.s. nine official days of mourning here in cuba have now begun. the flags at half-staff. tonight, cuban exiles in miami celebrating in the streets of little havana. while here, weee families who now mourn their leader. and what they say about a future relationship with the u.s. also, the cuba backlash. new questions about the renewed ties with america. president-elect donald trump's team calling it a one-sided deal, suggesting it won't last long. and president obama facing some backlash for his official statement.


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