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hurricane joaquin's turning out to sea but it doesn't mean we're in the clear. strong winds and rain are battering the east coast >> the now category three storm will have an impact here in massachusetts. let's get to chief meteorologist eric fisher >> the pressure actually dropped a little bit so it's still a category three storm the good news is it's accelerating off the east coast so it's leaving the bahamas and the wings will
by tomorrow morning, it will be out to sea. a little change the track, a little farther off the coast which is good for us however that cone is closer to bermuda. in terms of new england, now farther out to sea. the trend has been a positive one for us. what you're going to see is a local of wind and waves. the reason for that is indirect with joaquin. we have a big area of high pressure over southern candidate basically a lot of -- canada. basically for us, our rain is almost over. we'll take a look at when the sun might come out coming up >> all right, we'll see you in a little bit >>right now the coast guard looking for a cargo ship missing in hurricane joaquin. the ship sounded a distress call near the eye of the storm. there are 28 americans and 5 polish
nationals on board. the coast guard sent two planes and a cutter to look for the ship >> even though hurricane joaquin is taking a turn for the better, residents on the south shore still working to make sure they're covered. we have got you covered all weekend. of course you can stay with wbz on air and online now to the latest on the campus massacre in oregon. tonight, we know who the victims are. nine people gunned down by a fellow student. we're learning more about the hero who tried to stop the shooter. what we still don't know is the motive reporter: these are the faces of the nine people who lost their lives thursday in the umpqua community college shooting. an assistant english professor who was 67, the oldest victim. a 19 year old who wanted to become a pediatric nurse, and a
member of the local fire and ems family. 218 year olds were the youngest. cooper's family released a statement through police. >> i don't know how we're going move forward with our lives without quinn. our lives are shattered beyond repair. reporter: police say the shooter was an army boot camp dropout enrolled in the english class where the shooting happened. investigators recovered 13 guns and a letter from the gunman. >> he started asking people to get up. asked my sister to get up, she didn't move, she played dead. reporter: the clark sisters are friends with a 19 year old who was shot five times. >> he got shot right here and went up through front. reporter: tonight, a steady stream of people who lined up for hours to donate blood in honor of the victims. . >> thank you
>>a former catholic priest who raped an altar boy and spent ten years in prison will soon go free. prosecutors say there's nothing they can do now that experts have determined he is no longer a danger. . >> he is a monster. he was a monster to many. reporter: wayne raymond stilt remembers what he -- still remembers what he once tried to forget, the first time he says the former priest abused him. he was taken along with other boys to a swimming pool. >> i was the last one to change. he made comments about me, my private parts, and i got kind of scared and ran out and jumped in the pool. on the way home, he had me sit next to him, and while he was driving, he was fondling me.
reporter: he is now being released 13 years after pleading guilty to raping an altar boy. prosecutors objected but say they have no choice but to release him. >> i'm pretty angry. how would you feel. reporter: decades later, wayne raymond decided he had to do something. he got legal help reaching out to an attorney. the attorney helped him get a financial settlement from the church and represented about a dozen other victims. >> there's no doubt in my mind based on his history, based on his molesting dozens upon dozens of children that he will continue to do it. reporter: you think he will do it again? >> oh, without a doubt. >> the abuse crisis brings us to our number of the night, 127
was sent to settle sex abuse claims from victims. that does not include millions spent on legal fees. new tonight, apologies and healing. the mother of a newly elected class president says she's satisfied with a resolution. >> the mother tellings me it has been an incredit -- incredibly difficult day. it's been a long day for the family after a longer week. >> it was difficult. we all cried. we all laughed and well, actually -- we're actually working on healing. reporter: late friday [inaudible] attended the meeting with six high schoolers accused of verbally attacking her son with racial slurs on line. >> hope, hope, hope the children learn
reporter: it should have been anya's finest moment, elected class president by peers but no sooner than he took office did classmates take to twitter. in the days that followed, something special happened. other students rallied around their leader. >> i'm trying to bring us together knowing that yes, we might've failed right now but we're going to get through this. reporter: a lesson this wise teenager likely returned from his mother -- learned from his mother. >> we don't need name calling. we just need to be able to learn from this and move forward. . reporter: the six students involved have all been suspended. >> the high school football team is forfeiting tomorrow's game amid a hazing investigation. the school says five sophomores
and did drills to both cheers to upper classmen. . >> some students may be punished individually. two of the airmen killed in a transport plane crash in afghanistan were from the air force base here. [inaudible] the two men stationed here were not from new england but everyone at the base now has access to grief counseling. the taliban claims it shot down the plane but the u.s. calls that unlikely. emergency workers at logan airport were sharpening their skills to handle any disaster. today several agencies took part in this drill simulating a plane
way. airports have to hold drills like this every three years. black mask is certainly not appropriate for kids with one exception. >> a local boy with is in the film playing in one of the film's touching scenes. reporter: the life of a movie star at age eight. luke ryan plays whitey bulger's son. lesley and rob are his parents. >> he's the same kid in the same house. reporter: these are photos they took on the set with his first big movie role. i asked luke red carpet questions, who are you wearing? >> what. reporter: in real life, luke is very quiet. luke was impressed on how the stars were normal. luke filmed for three days. he shot the breakfast scene at
this house and he shared a memorable moment. he was scripted to eat eggs but he hates eggs. johnny depp intervened. >> and he said to people on the set, he changed to bacon. reporter: luke is one of five brothers. act. college fund and we had no idea it was going this. reporter: they took luke to see the film though they covered his eyes during parts of it. now in the third grade, luke has big plans for the future. he has an audition saturday and a hockey game sunday. . >> i love the question, who are you wearing and he goes what. >> it's going be great following his career. >> absolutely. good luck to him. still ahead, president obama is talking tough on gun control after the oregon shooting but we've heard this
before. >> tonight, a fresh take. jon keller offers three ideas that could make a difference. >> also ahead, the search is on in wooster. a closer look at the animal police can't track down. >> and we continue to watch joaquin and its progress out at sea. we do have a lot to get through this weekend.
intractable positions in washington, jon keller shows us three ways they could. >> somehow this has become routine. reporter: yes, it has and so too have the political reaction become predictable from democrats. >> this will not change until the policy changes. reporter: and the republicans. >> criminals don't follow gun laws. reporter: so where do we go from here? >> we with have a congress that explicitly blocks us from even collecting data on how we could potentially reduce gun deaths. how can that be. reporter: but it was the obama administration that backed away from repealing a federal law keeping gun tracing data from police that would help them crack down on the 1 percent of dealers who sell a majoritity of guns -- majority of guns found at crime scenes.
another possible change, allowing agencies like the centers for disease control to continue studying what leads to gun violence. if voters demand answers, fact finding could be back in vogue which leads to a final idea. why not focus on a goal that cuts across party lines, a less violent culture. >> why are people committing acts of violence? i think there are deep societal issues here. reporter: why not double down on gun control laws? even after the sandy hook massacre can in 2012, none of the president's initiatives made it through congress. could it be time to look harder for answers that can actually overcome our polarized politics?
>> if you missed us at the top of the hour, i want to give you an up bought on joaquin. -- update on joaquin. it is finally on the move. it is now picking up forward speed. question, why has this been such a difficult storm to forecast and now it's well out to sea. i want to show you my own demo here. now, this low was the one that started pulling frap the bahamas. this one is actually going to roll over the top of it and give it a kick out to sea. that timing has worked out to give it the boot out to the atlantic.
then it moves farther to the north and east with a buffer zone between that track and southern new england. all signs are very encouraging for us. meanwhile, we've had wind gusts 40 to 50 miles an hour across the coastal areas today. we've been picking up a significant amount of rain. the drought, see ya later. just a couple of showers leftover out there. that's the case through the night and in the morning. some towns into the 50s and lighter -- 40s. and lighter drizzle. tomorrow morning, a couple of lighter showers. areas of drizzle, just a raw day expected for saturday. we'll be right along the immediate shoreline -- light drizzle will be along the
immediate shoreline. i think saturday afternoon, we can break out sunshine inland so again, central massachusetts, western mass, if your plans take you farther north, expecting a good amount of sunshine there. the winds will be relentless. a weather advisory continues and i think these gusts will continue through tomorrow night. they'll step back a little bit on sunday but the main effect of all of this is coastal flooding. again, around high tide cycle tomorrow between 3:00 and 6:00 p.m. there will be more splash over on coastal roads. there will be water in the streets at high tide in the areas that normally see it. seeing waves rise and they'll continue to climb to about 12 to 15 feet this weekend. tomorrow
action upper 40s -- tomorrow action upper 40s to low 50s. a good sometime to catch up on chores inside or maybe netflix. 40s tomorrow night and then hope for sunshine on sunday. if you need to get out doors, sunday might be the best day. our last night, after the record heat in august and september, the colors are coming on strong now that it's getting colder outside. and then next week, the good news, the sun returning and the temperatures warming. >> i like the sound of that. imagine paying hundreds of dollars a month for health insurance that you can't use. >> the i team has learned this is a painful reality for thousands of people in massachusetts and this is causing many to make drastic decisions about their health. sean mayfield's backyard
was covered in snow when she first wanted to see a doctor about the pain in her stomach. >> i needed to have say scope look in my stomach and see what's going on and i couldn't have it din. reporter: patrick went months without high blood pressure and adhd medication. >> i had to drop out of some of my classes last semester because i couldn't get through them without my medication. reporter: both were insured through the massachusetts health connector,. >> how long did you go without insurance while you were paying for insurance? >> effectively three months. >> i'm paying $331 a month. reporter: you have not been able to use it at all. >> i can't use it. reporter: shawn began making calls to the state back in february . she tried the health connector, the attorney general and everyone the governor's office -- even the governor's office. >> if the governor's office can't get something done, where do i go? i called
channel 4. reporter: the eye team reached out and a few weeks later action shawn was offered a partial refund of her premiums. we also learned the health connector is dealing with some 3,000 similar cases. reporter: luis took over the agency this year. >> the health connector is just, it's god awful. reporter: more customer service agents are being added to help solve problems. for those who paid premiums for insurance they couldn't use. >> weier committed to a fair and equitable settlement. reporter: shawn will now focus on getting an on paintment with a -- doctor.
>> this has been very stressful for me. reporter: the state has resolved most of those 3,000 cases but gutierrez says the agency has a long way to go before he's satisfied. he's confident this year's open enrollment will be improved. now at 11:00, a country visitor is playing tourist in wooster. the moose has been wandering through neighborhoods and he's not afraid to get close to a camera. wooster police and animal control officers have been on the moose's tracks. his hide away remains a mystery. >> you know everyone's running around wooster with a cellphone hoping to catch a picture. still ahead, something is brewing but it may not be a good thing.
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into scoreless ot and a shootout. jeremy smith here, the bruins lose 2-1 and open up their regular season next thursday. . celtics held their final practice today before they took off for their preseason opener next week in italy. they'll play two games over seas, a total of seven preseason games before opening october 28th against philly at the garden. a little rest and relaxation for the patriots this weekend as bye week comes here. pats will next play a week from sunday in dallas against cowboys who visit the saint this is sunday night. even though it's a bye, we've got plenty of action for you sunday. it starts bright and early. that's not a misprint, 9:00 a.m., jets and dolphins from london. finally, college football, harvard winning tonight. the win, crimson's head
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