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. a creepy crime, the unsettling accusations against a doctor and professor at one local medical school. student attacks. a new washing at bridgewater state and the caution for students using social media. showers continue to march across the state from west to east, how long the rain sits and when we'll see some 70s in your forecast. tom brady talking about this weekend's show down with the jets. live from the channel studios in boston, wbz news at noon starts right now. we begin with breaking news this noon, a west bridgewater cheer leading coach is now facing charges of raping one of
good afternoon thank you for hauser. >> nicolas johnson is being held on $50,000 bail this noontime, and he had pleaded not guilty to charges of rape police say the girl's parents contacted authorities after discovering a sexual relationship between their daughter and johnson, he worked with the teen at full house all star cheer leading gym, saying he was fired and we'll bring you new information as it does become available. today a worcester doctor accused of taking picture ins a bathroom. >> live with the latest on this one, nicole. chris, catherine, dr. marcus cooper appeared in worcester court yesterday, wbz attempted to speak with him at his home the woman threatened to call police, today we
learned from these court documents that he allegedly entered that women's restroom and snapped a photo but according to him, he might have entered that restroom but never once took a picture. >> a month and a half ago inside a women's restroom on the campus of the medical school a doctor and his cell investigation. >> this is dr. marcus cooper seen in a medical school video a worcester cardiologist accused as bathroom behavior seen as criminal. the doctor allegedly entered a restroom put the cell phone over an occupied stall and clicked a photo, that's the other end of the lens, she told police she was partially nude, screamed and pulled up her shorts to confront the man now at the entrance of the men's captured on camera.
court documents allege dr. cooper told the 26-year-old student quote you have no idea who i am and if you did, you wouldn't be doing this. but cooper tells a different version of events in his own handwritten statement he claims he was distracted, checking e- mail and mistakingly entered the women's restroom. he says she yelled racial slurs and grabbed his shirt. but over the last several weeks an investigation resulted in be charged. for allegedly taking the photo and intimidating a witness. >> dr. cooper's cell phone has been seized by police as this investigation continues. he is due back in court in december. we're live in worcester this afternoon, nicole jacobs wbz news. nicole, thank you very much. developing right now at noon, police in the east bridgewater need your help finding a missing teen. take a look at shana, according to officers her boyfriend's family may be hiding her. authorities are concerned about
her welfare and say they want to find her before something happens if you see shana please call police. the search is on for a missing woman from maine who was spotted in westford, 34- year-old sarah meade is believed to be traveling with her 5-year-old son she was reported missing from brunswick man, authorities say they don't think she has any ties but her blue vulvo. bridgewater state campus police continue searching for a man they say assaulted a student. take a good look at the sketch. police say he contacted an 18- year-old woman through the social media site called kick. the two then met and walked across campus where the woman says she was attacked the crime has other students thinking twice about their online interactions. >> people need to be more aware you don't know who you're talking to on the other end only soft of these sites. i feel like she should have never met him alone if she never met him in person.
assault reported at bridgewater estate this school year, the university had a pre-planned sexual assault class slated to start tonight. gray skies, hanging over the city of boston, let's get a live look out there. yep. still gray. there were some showers lingering making their way through today. >> definitely have some good news to talk about, there were some breaks of fun pamela garner is in for the noontime with a look at the accuweather forecast. we've been tracking the rain all morning long not totalling to that much here. only picked up maybe a 10th of an inch of rainfall from boston, even to worcester too, orange, you get the picture. what we've been experiencing on radar looks a lot worse than what's actually making it to the ground. and we actually have a couple of spotty showers maybe a few sprinkles across the area that's about it, nothing too heavy, temperatures rather mild overcast skies in those sprinkles will continue to
linger on between waylan and concord, shop some showers moving towards worcester there, i don't think they'll hold together very well. more showers expected throughout the day, most of us should stay dry and we should have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the mild temperatures upper 50s and lower 60s with some mid-to upper 60s further to the south. 57 here in boston, we'll stay in the 50s for most of the area mostly cloudy skies, later today for that evening commute as well. spotty shower or two. more rain coming up for your day tomorrow, but also more warmth. when we'll see some 70s in your seven day. chris? sounds good thank you very much. prepping for the jets this noon today the patriots are back at gilette getting back to face their rivals, pats are 5 and 0 to start the season the jets are 4 and 1. q b tom brady says he looking forward to the show down which always makes good football. >> i mean, they've got, they are very tough to beat.
with them over the years a lot of situation football, stopping at the end, overtime games, and not too many games have ever really gotten out of hand. >> we'll have it all on sunday starting with patriot's game day at 11:30. pats and jets kickoff at 1:00 right here on wbz followed by the fifth quarter post game show here on wbz. a crash on 495 north a tire goes flying down the highway andhits a camper. peter and his wife were towing the camper down the highway, the tractor trailer in front of them lost the tire, they take their camper to nascar races all over the country and saying yesterday, that paid off. >> pay attention watch what happens when they have a tire towards them. and they never panic, they never turn the wrong way, kind
the loose tire slammed into the camper knocking it onto its side and dragging the suv to a stop him and his wife amazingly were not hurt. republicans are in a frenzy over who will step up to be the next speaker of the house. >> paul ryan says he is ready for the job but got some demands, craig boswell reports. >> house republican members arrived for a closed door meeting to try to hammer out who was going to be their next speaker of the house. >> if it is not paul ryan, i think it is a disaster. >> congressman paul ryan says he will run for the position only if everyone agrees. >> we as a conference should unify now and not after a device speaker election. hard line republicans may not yet be on board, the house freedom caucus still has to decide if it will support ryan. >> he listed demands that may be impossible for congress to reach. he clearly doesn't want to do the job and wants to be drafted
and here is the list of demands, i want a speaker that serves the membership not the other way around. >> the members -- saying the republicans need to do more than just block legislation. >> we need to move from opposition party to being proposition party. some democrats are signing off on ryan. >> he appears to me to be the people that would be reasonable. >> ryan says if he doesn't get sport by house republicans then he'll back out of the race, craig boswell. we have breaking news right now, we're awaiting a statement from vice president joe biden expected to speak in the rose garden just a moment with president obama. we'll bring it to you as soon as it happen. it may be an announcement about a possible run for president in 2016. coming up going for the record undefeated for six years how a local high school field hockey team is hoping to make history. and great scott! why today is so important for
you this noon, we are awaiting a statement from vice president joe biden, he is expected to speak at the rose garden with president obama at his side in just a few minutes. we'll bring you this as soon as it happens, you're taking a look at the white house this noon. a brookline teacher is getting his job back, fired for swearing in front of his students, thought to reinstate him and it worked. says he'll return november second, chen released a statement saying he is excited to get back to work with his quote awesome students. getting around using -- is about to get easier, rolled out features for the ios9. the new feature lets you see how long a train is delayed. october 21st, 2015 today is the day that marty mcfly traveled to the 80s classic
back to the future part two, this was a big day in the movie a day being commemorated by the release of the back to the future trilogy. brooke silver reports. it was a bright gleaming future, now it is here. >> wednesday october 21st, 2015. the date doc brown punched into the delorean. we were promised 3d movies video calls that get a lot like skype and glasses. not bad one of the officers who kind of gave us permission to let our minds go wild, know we're going to get this wrong. because nobody ever gets it right. >> no our houses aren't cluttered with fax machines but in some cases the future is rying to catch up there is a flying car all though the boston company that makes it is
still trying to get its concept off the ground and on the market. nike created a shoe like marty mc fly, everyone seemed to create a hover board but don't quite work like martys did. when we're moving towards technology where we don't have to walk anymore because we're getting lazy we're still not quite there. the chicago cubs are still waiting for the world series the movie promised them, and they've made the lead championship series, down three games to none they face elimination tonight, one more day until even the future is in the past. cbs news. in another nod to back to the future day usa today brought back their logo from 1985 and has it at the top of their home page. a special edition of the futuristic drink, pepsi perfect, features in the movie went on sale for $20.15. there you go. kind of fun seeing all those throw backs, though. >> very cool. watch it again.
>> i saw it way long time ago, i was too young to remember. >> still watch it again. this is a cbs news special report, reporting from cbs news headquarters in new york, good day. we are on the air because we are about to hear from vice president joe biden. making a statement in the rose garden and president will be with him. has been considering running for the presidential domination and a decision has been expected soon. cbs news has learned mr. biden is about to announce he'll not be running. let's go to the rose garden. >> not a surprise necessarily, when you think about the venue, it would be very awkward for anyone seeking the democrat nomination to announce a presidential campaign in the rose garden as a sitting vice president, i've spoke to those close to him, other information that's very solidly in the atmosphere that the vice president will say he has
thought long and hard, grieved over the loss of his son beau biden thought deeply about what he could do for the country in the end he decided not to run for the presidency but he'll remain a voice in democrat politics and will be an advocate for the president's policies and provide whatever assistance he can on the issues with ukraine, iraq to name two foreign policy issues often been a crucial gaucheuater on behalf of this president when things have gotten very testy on capitol hill and jim, i don't need to tell you, we're expecting very difficult issue as getting the budget through and other matters the president that. >> vice president joe biden accompanied by the president apparently about to step out into the rose garden major and we'll be hearing a little more now about the decision that we're told joe biden has made nomination. major, while we're waiting, i know he could be stepping out
think the factors were behind this decision to not run. >> i think they are coming out right now, jim, the vice president of the company by his wife jill and the president moving to the rose garden i would say, one, the difficulty in putting together a campaign at this late stage and uncertainty would succeed. good morning folks, please, please, sit down. mr. president, thank you for lending me the rose garden for a minute. >> it is a pretty nice place. as my family and i have worked through the grieving process. i've said all along what i've said time and again to others that it may very well be that that process by the time we get through it, closes the window on mounting a realistic campaign for president. that it might close.
i know from previous experience that there is no timetable for this process. the process doesn't respect or much care about things like filing deadlines or debates and primaries and caucuses, but i also know that i could do this if i couldn't do this if the family wasn't ready. the good news is, the family has reached that point. but as i've said many times my family has suffered a loss and i hope there would come a time, i've said this to many other families sooner rather than later when you think of your loved one, it brings a smile to your lips before it brings a tear to your guys. well, that's where the bidens are today. thank god. beau was our inspiration. unfortunately, i believe we're
the time necessary to mount a nomination. but while i will not be a silent. i intend to speak out clearly and forcefully to influence as much as i can where we stand as a party and where we need to go as a nation. and this is what i believe. i believe that president obama has led this nation from crisis to recovery and we're now in the cusp of resurgence. i'm proud to have played part in that. this party, our nation, will be making a tragic mistake if we walk away or attempt to undo the obama legacy. the american people have worked too hard and we've come too far for that. democrats should not only
the record. we've got a lot of work to get done over the next 15 months, and there is a lot that the done. but let me be clear, that we'll foundation. but it all starts with giving the middle class a fighting chance i know you and the press love to call me middle class joe, i know in washington that's not usually meant as a complement that means you're not that sophisticated it is about the middle class isn't just a matter of fairness or economic growth, it is a matter of social stability for this nation. we cannot sustain the current in this country. i believe the huge sums of
money pouring into our politics is a fundamental threat to our policy. the middle cass will never have a fighting chance as long as several hundred families the wealthiest families control the process. it is just that simple. and i believe we have to level the playing field for the american people. and that's going to take access to education and opportunity to work. well need to commit fighting for 14 years, we need to commit to 16 years of free public education for all our children. we all know that 12 years of public education is not enough as a nation, let's make the same commitment to a college education today that we made to a high school education 100 years ago. children and child care is the one biggest barrier for working
families. families. we need as the president proposed to triple the child care tax credit. that, alone, will lead to dramatic increase the number of women able to be in the work economic standards. there are many ways to pay for this? there are many ways to pay for this we could pay for all of this with one simple step, by limiting the deductions in the tax code to 28% of income. wealthy folks will pay a little bit more. but it is my guess, i mean this sincerely, it is my guess they'll be happy to help build a stronger economy and a better educated america. i believe we need to lead more by the power of our example as the president has than merely by the example of our power. we've learned very hard lessons from more than a decade of large scale open ended military invasions we have to accept the
fact that we can't solve all the world's problems, we can't solve many of them alone. the argument that we just have to do something when bad people do bad things isn't good enough. it is not a good enough reason for american intervention and to put our sons and daughter's lives on the line put them at risk. i believe we have to end the part of politics that's ripping us apart, it is mean-spirited, it is petty, gone on for much too long, i don't believe like some do that it is naive to talk to republicans. i don't think we should look at republicans as our enemies they are opposition. they are not our enemies and for the sake of the country, we have to work together as the president said, compromise is
this way folks, how does this country function without consensus? how can we move forward without consensus? two or more years in this kind of pitch battle may be more than this country can take. we have to change it. we have to change it. and i believe we need a moon shot in this country to cure it is personal. but i know we can do this. the president and i have already been working hard on increasing funding for research and development because there are so many break throughs just on the horizon in science and medicine. the things that are just about to happen and we can make them real with an absolute national commitment to end cancer as we know it today and i'm going to spend the next 15 months in
i can to accomplish this because i know there are democrats and republicans on the hill to share our compassion to silence this deadly disease. if i could be anything, i would have wanted to be the president that ended cancer because it's possible. i also believe we need to keep moving forward in the arc of this nation towards justice. the rights of the lgbt community, immigration reform, equal pay for women and protecting their safety from violence, rooting out institutional racism. at the core every one of these things is about the same thing, it is about equality. it is about fairness, it is about respect, as my dad used to say it is about affording every single person dignity, it
about dignity. and the ugly forces of hate and division they won't let up but they do not represent the american people, they do not represent the heart of this country, they represent a small fraction of the political elite and the next president is going to have to take it on. most of all, i believe there is unlimited possibilities for this country, i don't know how many of the white house staff and personnel heard me say repeatedly we are so much country in the world, we are so, i've been doing this for a long time, when i got elected as a 29-year-old kid i was called the optimist. i am more optimistic about the possibilities to leap forward than i have been any time in my career.
no country on the face of the earth better positioned to lead the world in the 21st century america. washington, just has to begin to function again instead of being the problem it has to become part of the solution again we have to be one america again and at our core, i've always believed that what sets america apart from every other nation is that we, ordinary possibilities, unlimited the possibilities for a kid growing up in a poor inner city neighborhood or a spanish speaking home or a kid from mayfield and delaware and willow grove pennsylvania, like jill and i, to be able to be anything we wanted to be to do
anything, anything that we want. that's what we were both taught that's what the president was taught. it was real. that's what i grew up believing. and you know, it has always been true in this country. if we ever lose that, we've lost something very special. we'll have lost the very soul of this country. when i was growing up, my parents in tough times looked at me and we'd say to me and my brothers and sister, honey, it is going to be okay. and they meant it. they meant it. it was going to be okay. if some of you cover me, i say go back to your old neighborhoods. talk to your contemporaries, aren't as successful as you have been, there are too many people in america today to many parents who don't believe they can look their kid in the eye
and say with certitude, honey, it is going to be okay. that's what we need to change, it is not complicated. that will be the true measure of our success. will not have met it until every parent out there can look at their kid in tough times and say, honey, it is going to be okay and mean it. that's our responsibility. and i believe it is totally in our power the nation has done it before in difficult times. i've had the great good fortune and privilege of being in public service most of my adult life since i've been 25 years old. and through personal triumphs and tragedies my son beau, my son, daughter ashley, jill, my whole family this sounds corny,