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a freezing rain and more problems tomorrow night. breaking details on the ohio state campus attack. j.c.: the actions students took today that experts say you need to plan for. a little boy wandering alone on a busy new hampshire highway. the trouble with the daycare that was supposed we watching him. a lot of rain coming our way it could make travel tough tomorrow. good evening. i'm j.c. monahan. ed: i'm ed harding. the cold overnight temperatures mean some of us could hit ice on our morning drive. meteorologist mike wankum shows us where. mike: these temperatures have dropped like a rock so they are cold. a little bit of rain on top of it, look at this wall of water. the question is can it get here in time with that cold air in place or will it be scoured out and we warm things up?
parts of ohio. it will be hard to move its way in here. that is why the national weather service issued a rain advisory. western mass and new hampshire and vermont have been added. after 10 a.m. it will be warm enough. expect some slippery spots, it changes over terrain and that could be a problem for your evening commute. much more on that in a few moments. and: right now, new details about the man behind an attack at ohio state. j.c.: this is the student who police say drove into a crowd and then started stabbing people. we're learning about the signs of trouble before the attack. newscenter 5's shaun chaiyabhat is here with the investigation. shaun: that attacker, taken down in just a minute by a campus police officer. motives are unclear, but authorities are investigating terror. chaos on campus. just before 10 this car, plowing thru a crowd of people, at the
>> be advised, we got a man with a knife running around cutting people. shaun: 11 people injured before a rookie campus cop intervened. hailed a hero alan horujko, opened fire stopping more bloodshed. >> think about what this tragedy could have meant. a man with a butcher knife and who knows what else. j.c.shaun: the college, tweetinn ur students barricaded behind doors. the attacker, abdul razak ali artan an 18-year-old osu student. a lone wolf now being investigated for ties to terrorism. the somali immigrant, and legal permanent us resident, profiled in the campus paper just 3 months before. there, he complained about not being able pray openly as a -- able to pray openly as a muslim on campus. authorities searching his home, and social media. federal sources saying in a facebook post he had just
>> kind of shaken up, i guess. you never think something like this is going to happen. it is mind blowing. shaun: late tonight, fbi agents were still going in and out of the suspect's columbus home. each of the victims, is expected to survive. shaun chaiyabhat wcvb nc5. -- newscenter 5. j.c.: new at 11, a man is seriously hurt from a house fire in tewksbury. firefighters working to contain heavy flames in the back of this house on rhoda road rehi alarms tonight. the homeowner a man in his 80's was flown to mass general hospital with severe burns. a neighbor helped bring the man to safety. >> he was pre-much on fire at the doorway. we cut his shirt off. he was still smoldering. j.c.: the homeowner's daughter was treated for minor smoke inhalation. tewskbury fire department says the fire appears to be accidental. ed:
a drunk driving case. the suspect now charged in two cases, one leading police on a high-speed wrong way chase. newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is live in new bedford with that judge's ruling. jorge: tonight we are hearing outrage from the da remorse from the young man's family. >> fortunately thing god and it was divine intervention no one was killed. jorge: the district attorney fuming that the man accused of the police on a 17 high-speed chase along route i-95 -- 1-95 was released on only $1500 bail. the driver was already out on bail from a prior oui in brockton. >> to have a person out on bail on an operating under charge and engage in this type of conduct, it's a miracle that nobody was killed or hurt. jorge at 2 in the : morning, speeding east on the westbound lane, from fairhaven all the way to marion.
-- 2.2 on the breathalyzer test, three times the legal limit. >> i can only think of the people who have lost their lives in these type of situations and again the terrified motorists having a car come at you with no time to react. jorge jowaun gamble lives with : is family in wareham,, a research assistant at bridgewater state. his mother says her son is grieving for a friend killed in a wrong-way wreck. 22-year-old senior james keating, hit another driver head-on along 495 early thanksgiving morning. da quinn argues the jush have revoked gambles bail. gamble's mother says her son realizes he has a problem, and that he is doing something about it. his charge in brockton is unresolved. his case here has been continued till the end of january. j.c.: right now, a little girl's death is ruled a homicide in new
hours after she was rushed to the hospital from this home in berlin yesterday afternoon. an autopsy shows she died from blunt impact injuries. a neighbor says madison's mother was on the porch when the ambulance arrived and told her the toddler fell from a bunk bed. investigators believe this was more than that. >> it is more than just a fall. it is more than just a glancing hit. a measure of force that is so strong that you are causing not only external but also internal injuries with it. so far, no charges have been filed. right now, still no arrests in a deadly hit-and-run crash in brockton. a young father run down just after leaving a city bar. police have questioned the suspected driver behind the wheel of this jaguar in friday morning's crash. surveillance video shows it happen on north main street early friday, the impact too violent to show on tv. 25-year-old sergio vallecillo was thrown into the air. he was a father of three young children who called the hospital
>> the kids were talking to him saying, wake up, we want you here. wake up from sleeping. so that was a sad thing. i was there. i had to get out. j.c.: a fundraiser is planned next weekend to benefit the family. ed tonight a local daycare is : closed, just days after one of its kids was found wandering alone on a road. as ben simmoneau reports, the dan: it is no place for three-year-old busy route 155 in alone. lee, new hampshire. but back on november 18, police say a 3-year-old child was found walking here up the ramp to route some drivers stopped to four. help. one of the drivers checked this nearby day care his angels , learning academy, and found the child had somehow gotten out. this center, now shut down. last week on tuesday we got some
>> johanna booth minor owns a daycare about a mile away and took on 9 families who needed care after his angels closed last wednesday. the state says the center shut down voluntarily, police are still investigating how the child got out. >> this was a terrible mistake and oversight. booth-minor says she took on as >>booth-minor says she took on as many children as she could. >> and to have to tell a parent, i can't take your child, and they look at me and say what am i supposed to do. ben: state reports going back 4 years show no major violations at his angels daycare. but the state still may take formal action. ed: a mother who overdosed next to her child in a lawrence store, is free after facing a judge. a judge let mandy mcgowan free on personal recognizance. the salem, new hampshire mother faces child endangerment charges after video of her overdose surfaced last month. it shows her two-year-old daughter trying to wake her up. the girl was ultimately taken into state custody.
long history of drugs. but her lawyer says she is working to make lasting change. >> this is a young lady who has had an issue. she is dealing with that issue. she has done everything that they have asked her to do. ed mcgowan does have to meet : certain requirements of her release, including random drug testing. she's due be back in court in january. j.c.: breaking news from the trump transition tonight. this man is donald trump's pick for secretary health and human services. georgia representative tom price is a fierce critic of obamacare. he would be in charge of dismantling the law. tomorrow trump will have a private dinner with mitt romney in new york city. romney is a contender for secretary of state, but some of trump's top advisors have spoken out against him. meanwhile, new hampshire is defending its voting process against trump's fraud accusations. the state says there's no
new hampshire and california so why isn't the media reporting on this? serious bias big problem. >> we don't see any indication that there was a significant widespread effort to circumvent the qualified voters of new hampshire. trump lost by 2500 votes to >> hillary clinton in new hampshire. the attorney general's office confirms it is looking into only a handful of voter fraud claims, like improperly placed campaign signs,and people who voted in the wrong place. >> the only thing that could occur at this point is that if there is evidence to substantiate the claim that it presented to the attorney general's office so that they can follow up with an investigation. >> issues that arise from campaigns are handled publicly in the state legislature,in fact several bills that deal with elections have already been submitted for 2017. >> certainly accusations like , this could create a cloud or
j.c.: preparations are underway right now in wisconsin for a recount there, at the request of green party candidate jill stein. she has also filed for a recount in pennsylvania and is expected to do the same in michigan which was just called for donald trump today. ed: neither president obama nor the vice president will attend a memorial service for fidel castro. a nine-day mourning period is happening in cuba for the country's former leader. todahe havana's revolutionary square. more services are planned throughout the week, including a funeral on sunday. >> next on newscenter 5. >> it is the terrifying message ohio state students got today. run, hide, fight. >> everyone should have a plan. >> safety experts say you need to know the tactics now. a traffic jam with a bizarre cause. the car spinning out of control on a busy highway. >> this is the first batch of rain.
>> you are watching wcvb newscenter 5 at 11. ed: i will give you a minute to process this video. that is a car driving in circles. the driver unconscious behind the wheel. this went on for several minutes until two witnesses jumped into action. they were able to grab the emergency brake to stop the car. the driver is hospitalized with serious injuries. it is believed he had some sort of medical condition. we reported about what happened at ohio state. students warned to run, hide, fight during an attack on campus
piling desks against a door in one classroom. mary saladna tells us that security experts say everyone should understand this strategy. mary that's right, whether : you're on a college campus, or holiday shopping at a mall, run, hide, fight could save your life. when ohio state authorities learned there was an active shooter on campus, they immediately issued this campus wide alert, and remnded students -- reminded students to run, hide, fight. it is a philosophy now embraced by many in the law enforcement community. >> america today, unfortunately we've got to teach our kids run, hide, and fight. that is our colleges and universities, in our hospitals and workplaces. mary: dan linsky is a security expert and retired superintendent chief of the boston police. he says everyone needs to have a plan, and be ready to respond. this video found on dept of homeland security website shows a workplace scenerio, but the rules are the same regardless of the targeted location.
if you can get out, do. always try to escape or evacuate. mary if you can't get out, then : you need to hide, barricade yourself in a safe place, and get quiet. the final part of the plan, fight, only as a last resort, but you need to be ready. >> it can go as you can go and download the video. you should make yourself aware. you should make your children aware. this is a conversation that families should be having with kids. mary it was just 10 days ago : that police descended upon the gunman that wound up being a hoax. but linsky predicts the coordinated response did not go unnoticed by real would-be attackers looking for an easy target. >> if you have good countermeasures, good training, good personnel, good response policies, they will go someplace else. every: this is something to ask about when students go college shopping. what is the plan for security? if it does not have one, look
ed: pope francis is planning the first papal trip to ireland in nearly four decades. he will be traveling to the country in 2018 for the world meeting of families in dublin. this comes just after the pope met with ireland's prime minister in vatican city to talk about improving relations. among the issues dividing the two the priest sex abuse scandal and legalization of same sex marriages in ireland. j.c.: new autism for newborn babies. a california study tracked 200,000 women and their children. they found that moms who got a flu shot had no greater risk of having an autistic child. in fact that study did not find any link between the two. ed: it has gotten a little chilly. 28 degrees in needham. there it is we are headed toward december, we are talking about removing into the forecast and temperatures are in the 20's. here's why. look at this bubble of warm air.
degrees. the warm air is coming in and dragging rain with it. we have temperatures dropping off quickly. boston is not that cold. as far as where the temperatures are outside the city, check out what goes on. we are talking about 20 four in nashua. worcester and boston are relatively warm but everyone else has already dropped off in the 20's. if we have moisture on top of this it is perfect conditions for freezing rain to develop. will we cold temperatures are in place? temperatures continue to drop. temperatures will cap off or even come but couple of degrees. to the west, here comes the rain. it is out in buffalo. it will drag a lot of warm air with it. the cold air is stuck in the ground. if he can be scoured out it would fall as rain to the ground. mild air is moving a lot but once it falls, things get slippery very fast and you do not need much to make it very
tomorrow morning, that is the best opportunity for light icing to take place. this is for 95 north of the pike. this has been expanded into parts of new hampshire, thurmont, and the western part of the state. be cautious to mara morning if you are outside of 495. to the north, a winter weather of eyes are also a bit device. traveling tomorrow could be tricky. 3:00 a.m. in the the temperature will hold steady. at 5 a.m., it is cold and we are starting to throw some rain on top of it. that is the issue that will be going on. 7:00 a.m., more rain out there. the possibility of it. 9:00, that mix is going on and some freezing rain. once we get past that, not only does the shower activity end but the temperatures start to warm up. i 11:00 a.m. we are warm enough
temperatures continue to warm to the afternoon. by five, here is what the map looks like. that is a downpour and there may be rumbles of thunder. the evening committed could be just as bad. this time tomorrow night, most of the rain is kicking out of here and we are done with the first touch of rain. it will give us anywhere between half finance and an inch of rain. the second might give us a hat this is coming in on wednesday. we do not have to worry so much about ice. tomorrow and wednesday is high-impact wednesday because of the heavy downpours and because of that morning ice. we may have some rain in morning but the time we get to the evening commute, things will be clearing away and for holiday
saturday, sunday, nothing but sunshine and temperatures in the upper 40's, looking nice. the next 48 hours at looking wet. be cautious about driving a cousin of ice in the afternoon. ed: holiday lights is your bailiwick. it's a massive day for online shopping cyber monday. your inbox was probably flooded with deals and promotions. i want to go really big with my appetizers. we can do it without blowing our budget. oh yeah, this is great! everything for the holidays.
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year is xenophobia. ed: that's according to dictionary.com. the website defines xenophobia as fear or hatred of foreigners, people from different cultures, or strangers. the website says searches of xenophobia spiked between june 22 and june 24, as britain voted to leave the european union, largely over immigration concerns. it spiked again a few days later when president obama called donald trump's campaign rhetoric xenophobic. you still have a little time to take advantage of cyber monday deals. j.c.: but experts say cyber monday may become a thing of the past. the monday after thanksgiving has been the busiest day of the year for online shopping since 2010. but a big factor in that was people returning to work where their offices had high-speed internet connections. experts say retailers are changing their strategies too, offering a stream of discounts and deals over the thanksgiving weekend and into monday. and not have to wait to go to work.
>> now, here is mike lynch with sportscenter 5. powered by extremity. mike patriots players were off : today and will be off tomorrow, which should help tom brady's ailing right knee. we know brady hurt his quad in the seattle game, and now we know he hurt his right knee in the san francisco game. brady told jim gray tonight he doesn't want to expose how badly
as they were chatting, brady's son benny came into the room, so gray interviewed him. >> did you watch your daddy play yesterday? >> yeah. he was linked against the green guys. i do not know what they are called but they are very good. >> how did you think your dad did yesterday? >> great. he flipped his -- a few times. >> more hurt. maybe you will tell us what is wrong. >> i do not know. he is like a donkey. >> in like way -- in what way? >> in a crazy way. mike: these are the conference
one and monday night football against baltimore. then denver which will be a good test in the finish up on christmas eve with the jets and down in miami against the dolphins. good news all around for the celtics tonight. al horford and his wife welcomed their second child, a baby girl. his mates were in miami where they handled the heat by 8, 112-104 the final . the ces bench. they had a comfortable lead for most of the game. they led by 17 of the half and 17 points from jae crowder. and the beat goes on. the main man is always i see a,. eight assists and four rebounds.
one fan had an opportunity while sitting down behind the three-point line to win a galaxy tablet and don't you know it, it goes in. i love looking at the celtics. they are at the end of the quarter. for once on the replay, here is the meet -- amazing thing. the miami heat missed their first three pointers and they were 6-30. while standing on their own two feet. want to sign him to attend a contract to shoot three for the team. ed: he looks striking. tonight and tomorrow morning. maria: there can -- mike: tomorrow evening's commute will be slow because of heavy rain and more rain wednesday afternoon and evening. both evening commutes are very wet. we have some morning showers and
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