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r your arms, and between your toes. if you find a tick, remove it as soon as you can. use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick close to the skin. use firm, even pressure pulling straight up, without twisting or turning. then clean the bite area and your hands with soap and water. some tick bites can make you sick. so if you start to feel ill or notice a rash near the bite,
you heard the guy, barry, live. you're awake and alive. >> he didn't say this is. that was the other guy. >> you got to change up. you got to roll with it. >> got to put the emphasis on this. good morning everybody we're glad you're waking up with us 6:00 on this august 14. i'm kerry along with barry. we were talk about the boomers. another hot day? right back to bad habit we had a nice break yesterday. let's see what the numbers look like this morning. start offer with the c on the network here.
cop cord at the concord carlisle high school where it's 70 this morning. let's go to close to boston here in chelsea at the burk elementary school. 73. so the temperatures actually have been going up a little bit. in the last few hours. and the last both storms right there over boston. when i was on my way to work this morning 2:00. lot of lightning with that. hitting some of the south shore commie we're seeing thunderstorms little narrow string of showers and storms breaking out on the leading edge other cold front coming our way. so that means we'll get a few more thunderstorms popping up later this afternoon, early this evening as the front moves in. it's right back to 94 today. >> but feeling like a little bit over 100 because of the excessive humidity that will be around, as well. we got a high tide coming up this morning and my forecast for the next 7 days in a few minute. we do start with breaking news overnight.
sank. it happened around 1:30 this morning in dorchester bay right near castle island. luckily someone saw the boat and called 911. >> state police called in the coast guard who went out immediately and found all six people still on the partially submerged boat. soaking wet and needing help. the passengers ber checked out by ems on shore. fortunately, no one was hurt. right now it's still not clear why the boat sank in the first place. wbz, of course, will continue to follow this throughout the morning and bring you any updates as soon as they become available. also breaking this morning, a plea for calm that may finally be working after a violent night in milwaukee. protesters clashed with police, threw bricks and set fires first at a guess station, then, at least three other businesses. it started hours after a man was shot and killed by police as he fled a traffic stop. that shooting is now under investigation. and the officer involved was
the milwaukee journal sent in. a pedestrian is in the hospital this morning after being hit by a car in source boston last night. it happened just before 8:00 on day boulevard. >> state troopers closed the street for quite a while from the rotary to the mccormack bath house. it is back open. the injured pedestrian was taken to bmc no update on their condition. and a man drowned at a pool in an apartment complex in bridgewater. police and fire responded around 6:00 last night to a good samaritan pulled the 56- year-old man out of the pool and started cpr. paramedics took the man to the hospital where he did later die. police say the victim lived in the apartment complex officials have not yet released his name and the donald trumping is under investigation. well, police now say they have received close to 600 tips in the murder of vanessa marcotte. they are asking for specific help locating a man who might
cuts. that's because police believe marcotte fought her attacker when see was killed sunday while jogging near her mom's house in princeton. police want the public's help identifying any cars seen on brook station road last sunday between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. marcotte's funeral is set for tuesday. now, to a wbz exclusive. a woman ended up stuck inside a dialysis clinic after everyone went home. he was supposed to be taken back to a nursing home. and she was found waiting hours later all by herself. wbz's katie brace has the story. >> they got her all cleaned up. >> reporter: a welcome update about a beloved woman 86-year- old maureen perry. >> hours earlier her grand daughter stood outside and took this photo of her. >> at first i was enraged and then concerned and now i'm just disgusted. >> reporter: her grandmother was alone. a personal forgotten. locked in a cold medical
>> i couldn't even believe it. >> reporter: she was in the dialysis clinic in methuen that closed three hours earlier. she is temporarily bedridden and at a rehab facility an ambulance atlanta ports her to dialysis. the rehab facility alerted the family she had yet to return. >> we haven't heard from anyplace yet. your grandmother hasn't come back to us. >> reporter: the ambulance company said the facility was locked up. so the family decided to drive er said i can't believe i'm about to report this. >> reporter: firefighters transpoured maureen to her rehab facility. erica is a nurse and cannot wrap her head around someone forgetting her grandmother. >> i'm in health care and this is disgusting. absolutely disgusting. somebody has to be accountable for this. >> this is absolutely not okay.
the center and have yet to hear back: police department note filed the state department of health. in methuen, katie brace. first responders say someone shot at them while they were answering a call in manchester new hampshire. police say american medical response paramedics were checking on a person who had passed out. when the crew heard and felt a bullet zip over their heads. officers searched the area but didn't find the shooter or any no one was hurt. also in manchester, two men are in jail after a street robbery on saturday morning. james dickson and jonathan vertigans are behind bars. during the robbery the pair stabbed 44-year-old mark hathaway. near the corner of chestnut and lowell streets. the victims expected to recover. a pistol wielding bandit robbed a bank on underrian rock road. the teller handed over some
running. he was wearing abyss ball cap and a bandanna to cover his face. he fled in a small brack car. undercover police make a drug bust in beverly. officers say two men were trying to sell heroin on elliot street and had a sizeable all of the cash on them. 21-year-old michael sanchez of salem and a 28-year-old are now face charges. they are expected in court next week. retailers are hoping shoppers will still be in the state's usual sales tax holiday. this weekend could have been a tax free weekend but state lawmakers axed the idea amid concern about revenue short falls. so now many retailers, though, are still offering discounts that equal or double the state's six independent a quarter percent tax. so that's good news.
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welcome back. a square in the water the coast guard says a boston harbor cruise ship ended up hitting two other vessels. new video shows smoke coming from one ot no one was hurt. wbz's paul burton says a mechanical problem was to blame. >> reporter: passengers on board the regency, experienced quite a jolt as the ship returned on saturday morning to long wharf in boston. one witness said it came in too fast and too hard. >> one of the operators tried to assure the passengers that were standing on the top deck of the regency, to calm down. they were all up on their feet looked likely were feeling a
showers and thunderstorms said glass and damages above the regency's water line. >> coast guard investigators say it was cue to a mechanical error. bhc says the system famed. >> the rear end the up scratching the rear of the other boat, then the side of the regency ended up making contact with the docked water taxi bound for charles town. >> very frustrating especially when i wanted to go so bad on it. >> >> reporter: many tourists excited to board the ship were told the ride was canceledments we were supposed to go out there get a little bit of duck tour. totally ruined. >> reporter: the other two ships had no other passengers on board and did not appear to be damaged. caitlyn and jimmy say even though their plans got canceled they were glad they were not on board. >> definitely glad we were not on the collision. >> my kind of luck. >> we're going to maybe go to the aquarium take a little walk, grab some lunch it will be great. >> reporter: they're going to
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a wildfire turned into a flaming tornado out in oregon. firefighters are trying to put out the blaze near portland when the wildfire created a wind of its own and spun a vortex of flames. crews were finally able to put it out and no one was hurt. at least three people have died in historic flooding in louisiana. officials say more rain is in the forecast and flood watches are up across south louisiana through today. we have the latest. >> reporter: crews reached a woman just as flood waters swallowed up her car near baton rouge, louisiana. >> they found her dog under the water. >> reporter: in lafayette the water surrounded cars in a hotel parking lot. officials say more than 100 roads are cut off as rivers and creeks overnew year's eve their banks. >> this is unprecedented so we dent have records that we can go back and see who all's going
including this man who had been clinging to a tree branch for hours. homes across southern louisiana have been flooded. >> our house is gone under. our pets, our horses, everything's gone under back there. >> reporter: in this neighborhood, the walter is knee deep. she's still trying to recover from flooding five months ago. >> the pictures you can't replace and they're actually still in the big green rubber maid from last time. >> reporter: while some are waiting to survey the damage, sheep says it's time to move. -- she says it's time to move. wow, very scary. what's going on down there. >> yeah, many inches, 20 to 25 inches in some locations. we got a look at -- we're going to show you the latest radar to see if it's still raining. shall we do that? do it right now. segue right into that. it is still raining. we showed you yesterday morning there was a concentrated core
portions of louisiana and now it's kind of strung out. but they're still getting heavy downpours. that extend west ward to houston. >> this tropical feed here of tropical moisture is just going to come right up through the mississippi valley and right up northeastward eventually curving in toward the ohio valley and perhaps eventually causing us to get some showers and storms out of that tropical moisture sometime later on tuesday. looks like the greatest threat of northern new england and new york state. we may also have showers and storms today trying to find ways that we can get more rainfall which we really need badly. we shed you some of those big rainfall totals last hour. we'll be showing those again. >> current dewpoints low and middle 70s. truly tropical air back, again, office break yesterday. high temperatures today will be up in the 90s. like what we had thursday and
friday. when it was really over the top i think. i think you would agree with me on that for most of you. it's really over the top. with temperatures up around the upper 90s and dewpoints in the middle 70s that made it feel like 105 to 110. we had excessive heat warnings out on friday. today we'll have the real feel temperatures right around one monday to maybe as high as 105 degrees. but that's bad enough, of course. but not quite as serious as was friday. nevertheless, national weather service has a heat advisory up for the orange shaded area. and the pink zone is where it's feeling the hottest with an excessive heat warning where it may feel more like 105. at most east coastal beaches it will be 95. south coast feeling more like the mid and upper 80s. water temperatures in the low and middle 70s.
obviously sweltering there. 93 to 95. might be a thunderstorm scattered around. let's see if any are coming. nothing this morning. everything is peaceful and quiet after last night's activity and the thunderstorm which went around boston and south shore communities around 2:00, 2:30. we may see some of those around today. here's my 7-day forecast. calling for that 90 degree reading today. 90s for the most part. middle tomorrow. but 82 at the coastline with an on shore breeze tomorrow. not strong but enough to cool it a little bit. less humid. dewpoints in the 60s not in the 70s like today. 88 on tuesday. cooler at the coast. getting muggier, again, with showers and storms later in the day. heaviest across northern new england. 85 and drier air. maybe more dry air on wednesday than we'll have tomorrow. then up to 90 on thursday. so summer weather continues, kerry in this month of august.
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port world trade center. that's because captain james t. kirk was in the house. he was on hand to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic series star trek. he signed autographs chatting with fans. he'll be there today part of the ninth annual boston comic- con. >> oh, my god, i just incredibly excited. i mean, it's william shatner the he's the best. he's awesome. >> i mean, come on, right? tensions of thousands are expected to attend comic-con to meet with the comic degree creators and afternoon maters and, of course, dress up as their favorite characters. it is 6:26 on this sunday morning as you rise and shape with us. we are so glad -- rise and shine with us. we are so grad that you're here with us. -- glad that you're here with
welcome back everyone on this sunday, august 14. you have the day off today hopefully to relax and enjoy it. how you doing, barry? >> we got to take it easy today just like thursday and friday. we had the nice break yesterday. got a chance to ready for the next onslaught. >> i know it. we're going to the w. the w let's go to winchester art the vincent owen elementary school in winchester. 70degrees right now. st.jerome school, 72 there. kings phillip regional high school, 70 degrees in wentham.
southwest. direction is key. yesterday it was from the northeast. we showed you that back door front coming in. it's gone back the other way now. it's opened the door for the heat to take over. temperatures going right up quickly today as we have varying all of the clouds this morning. we had showers and storms yesterday. we had batches yesterday going through. big rainfall totals in some spots. early this morning we had a batch come through cop can moved right up and bang, bang, bang, right across near boston quite a lightning show. open up the. so a little stream of showers and storms forming right in here. that's where the cold front is approaching. that means we could have a few thunderstorms scattered here later this afternoon and very early this evening. then they'll shut down. but it's going to be a hot day with a temperature up around 94. >> feeling like one happened or somewhat higher this afternoon with the excessive humidity. mix of sun and clouds.
minutes. update now on our breaking news overnight. six people rescued from boston harbor after their boat sank. it happened around; 30 this morning near castle island. >> the coast guard went out immediately and found all six people still on the boat. they got them to shore and checked them out. fortunately, no one was hurt but right now it's not clear why the boat sank. also breaking this morning, violent protests that stretched late milwaukee seem to be calming down a bit hours after police shot and killed a man running from a traffic stop. demonstrators set fire to at least four businesses and clashed wit police. one officer was injured when someone threw a brick at his squad car. so far there have been three arrests. check the other top stories a quincy woman being treated for life-threatening injuries. she was hit by a car walking on day boulevard. that in south boston.
to the mccormack bath house for several hours while police investigated. it is, in fact, back open this morning. so far investigators have not determined whether the driver a 75-year-old randolph man will face charges or not. investigators say a mechanical problem is to blame for the collision of several boston harbor cruise shims. passengers on the regency say the ship smashed into two other boats. it was docking and the high speed ride. the system failed on the cruise ship. fortunately, no one was hurt. to campaign 2016 hillary clinton's running mate was in new hampshire where he slammed donald trump for his bleak assessment of america during a rally in manchester. donald trump is stumping in connecticut after a tough week. brian webb reports from n ew york. >> reporter: with supporters in fairfield connecticut
democratic nominee hillary clinton on saturday night. >> she is going to raise your taxes. she is going to raise your regulations for your businesses which is going to put everybody out of work. >> reporter: a republican presidential candidate hasn't won connecticut since 1988 but trump isn't writing off the state. >> we're making a big move for the state of connecticut. >> reporter: he says in november he can win states that have gone to democrats in recent elections including friday trump warned the election could be rigged and now his campaign is recruiting trump election observers. >> the only way we can lose in my opinion i really mean this, pennsylvania is if cheating goes on. >> reporter: trump trails clinton in national polls and in most battleground states. >> my tree branch pry disgusting is when this is all over and people have forgotten the losing campaign that eran, the two word they will remember about donald trump is
hampshire saturday criticizing trump's character. >> this guy will make up anything. and we are not gullible people. >> reporter: kaine and clinton released their 2015 tax returns friday. and are calling on trump to do the same. brian webb for cbs news. the european union could bank lobsters from the united states. 32 live american lobsters showed up along sweden. so swedish researchers are worried about a non native species disrupting the ecosystem there. others say the find wasn't a big deal. >> most exports come from maine and massachusetts. they could take up the issue of a possible lobster ban. it was day 8 of the olympics on saturday and at the halfway point other competition, and the united states, doing very well with a massachusetts native
jevy stone is coming home a silver medalist after coming in second. she finished more of a little more than a second behind the reigning champ. and what he's calling his final olympic grace michael phelps went out a champ. he swam the butterfly leg of the men's four by that gives the u.s. 24 gold medals as well as 18 silvers and 18 bronze. that leads the olympic total with 60. china in second place with 41 medals followed by great britain worth 30. well, the red sox continuing their home stand and hoping to continue to get the wins was boston able to pull out another one against arizona?
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boston. diamondbacks. >> 13:01 pitch. as for last night they met in game two. filling in for injured steven wright. the let bullpen get the job done that's what happened. clay pitched into the 6th inning. was on the wrong side of a three to one score until the red sox rallied. he pitched pretty well. boston got started getting back in the game with a home run just down the line in short wall near the pole and the sox were within a run at three to two before the kid tied things up. >> here's the 2-2. shot to left center field slicing toward the wall and he limits the base of the center field wall. here goes the score into second with a sliding double. >> and we are tied at 3. hitting 379 since his callup.
sixth, david ortiz impression, just crushes this one keep to right. a two run shot. sox with a six to three lead. bullpen and defense taking over. check the double play out. flips to bogart on to first. >> that is a as good as it gets and so is this. comes on into the 8th inning after matt barns walked the bases loaded an strike dollars out on 10 pitches. sox win it six a-rod yesterday and they turned to some of the youngsters and boy, did they step up. austin in his first major league at bat just over the wall in right. not to be outdone, aaron judge his first major league at bat, same thing. first team in major league history to go back to back in their first at bats in the bing. >> how crazy is that? yank win their fourth in a row
bears come in for squint practices monday through wednesday. then the preseason game number two thursday. this week's a good week to get down to gillette. get there while you can because training camp officially ends wednesday. you want to see this nfl films recap other patriots 2015 season fight to the finish at 2:30 right here on wbz. soccer hosting the philadelphia union and the revs looking for a do over. th philly scores in extra time here. >> their fourth goal other night. they get blown out four to zero the final. isaiah thomas in ring for a basketball clinic for over 230 kids. he said because of the size oftentimes the kids think he's an easy target. he looked to be really enjoying his time with the kid but come october, thomas says the league better be ready for the
be pretty good. teams know, everywhere i go everybody's excited about the boston celtics. we're keg to try to take steps forward and continue to work. >> i know brad and the coaching staff is doing every they do you know put us in position to be successful. finally michael phelps in the final event of these olympics and any other olympics, for that matter, helped the u.s. win the gold imthe four by 100 swimming medley relay. 23 career gold we'll get you at 11:35 sports final talking pats and sox and more. for now i'm dan roche wbz sports. still to come this morning a once lost ring returned to the owner. the incredible story of how a woman's engagement ring got back to her coming up next. >> we're going to have it feeling like 100 to 105 degrees this afternoon. that's the heat index. combined with the temperature would be excessive humidity that's how hot it's going to be
that leads us to the trivia for this hour. the heat index is what, the apparent temperature, or it's a combination of temperature and humidity, or it's sometimes lower than the temperature or all of the above. have the answer tour that in my 7 day ak we come back. man: he chose for all of us to get together, go to great wolf lodge, and have a family birthday. woman: and that's the family i wanted to give luke -- lots of siblings, people who love him all around him at all times,
a bride to be has her once lost ring back, again, and it's all thanks to a stranger. robert proposed to kelly on vacation at a georgia beach on july 4th. she said yes. but she then lost the ring playing football on that beach a few days later. she was devastated. but she saw a man with a metal detector on the beach. so she decided to ask him for help. he was on vacation and leaving soon. but he found it in th time. >> it was my last day of metal detecting. and probably my last 30 minutes of the day. and i got lucky and found it. >> yawl doing better now that you got your ring back. >> you wouldn't believe in what you changed our lives just on that. >> the couple had to leave to get out of there but he kept on working so they gave him the contact info. they didn't want to tick a chance, the, that the ring could be lost in the mail after he found it so they made the six hour dive back to the beach
i'm sure they would drive 12 hours just to be safe. they got so lucky. >> very lucky indeed. >> he found that ring on revere beach. >> that would be so funny. [laughter] >> that's funny, barry. so tell us what's going on what do we have for the day ahead. >> triple h all over again. so let's take a looking at the month of august and see what's up. well, every single day in this past week, it's at red square meaning above average temperat. thursday and friday when we had 13 and 15 degrees above the average. well, in the upcoming week we're probably going to have above average days. >> in boston some days will be a sashay breeze so cutting the temperature down a little bit. so two or three -- sea breeze so cutting the temperature down a little bit. so here's what we have in august so far. we're below average in rainfall
bit in boston yesterday. .3 there as we had some pretty good boomers come through here. how about the weather watchers karen said 1.56. kevin had 1.53. nearby boston and cambridge and peter said .7 of an inch. frank had .3. and quarter inch from john in hanover. those were just some samples. but some places where it rained even more than that. morning as temperatures have gone up. the front has gone by. yesterday we had a back door front. that has returned as a warm front. so that's boosted the temperatures this morning and also boosted the humidity. as the dewpoints have climbed up to near or over 70. 75 dewpoints at the vineyard so it's another very steamy day coming up here. foothills question about that. we've got the high temperatures in the mid-90s, midnights for the most part.
higher. >> consequently the national weather service has a heat advisory with a narrow strip of excessive heat warning here. middle part of the morning high tide. and low tide the middle part of the afternoon. middle 90s this afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds today. a few thunderstorms may be thrown in, again, this afternoon. early this evening, and then they'll shut down. >> you went be rudely awakened by thunderstorms tonight. and those thunderstorms a few so we'll keep you posted on that. less humid the next day on tomorrow. >> cooler at the coast but basically still august dog days will continue. so that brings us to the trivia for this hour. talking about the heat index. now, the heat index is what, the apparent temperature, or is it a combination of temperature and humidity, or is it sometimes lower than the temperature, or is it all of
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we are looking at the heat again barry. >> it's right back at us back to bad habits. >> he so much for relief. >> the august dog days continue to go on. >> that pet parade is coming up. >> let's check the numbers out this morning. let's go to the. >> w's. >> the w's and west young man or young lady. west ford at the technical high school. westwood at 71 there this morning. so all in the 70s. in fact it's gone up to 74 in boston. temperatures will be climbing today as the clouds break up and allow the sunshine to go to work of the and just like we had friday, not quite as brutal as friday but we don't see showers or storms right now. we have a patch that came through this morning through boston the south shore driving to work this morning around 2, man the lightning was something
of showers back in here and that will be where some of the thunderstorms we get later today come from. so here's my forecast of 94 but feeling more than 100 in spots with the heat advisory for much of the region with the scattered later in the afternoon early evening thunderstorms and it will be a hot day and extremely humid. the rest of the accu-weather forecast in a few minutes. >> thanks so much. we begin with breaking news overnight. this half-hour 6 people were rescued from boston harbor after the boat sank. it morning in dorchester bay near castle island. luckily someone saw the boat sinking and called 911. state police called in the coast guard who went out immediately and found all 6 people on the partial hi submerged boat soaking wet and neat kneading help. they were checked out by ems onshore. no one was hurt. right now it's not clear why the boat sank. wbz of course will continue to follow the breaking story throughout the morning and bring you updates as soon as
morning,police are calm and they work after a violent night in mill walk cremate for hours protesters clashed with police and threw bricks. it started hours after a man was shot and killed as's fled a traffic stop that. shooting is under investigation and the officer involved was wearing a body camera according to the milwaukee journal sentinel. this morning a pedestrian is in the hospital hit by and the injuries are serious. the accident happened just before 8 on day boulevard. state troopers closed the street for a while from the rotary to the mccormick bath house. it's back opened and the injured pedestrian is at boston medical center. and now to a wbz exclusive a woman ended up stuck inside a dialysis clinic long after everyone else went home. she was supposed to be taken
and she was found waiting hours by herself later. wbz katie brace has the interview you will only see here. >> they got her cleaned up. >> reporter: a well yomedium -- welcomedium date about maureen perry. hours earlier her granddaughter stood outside and took this photo. >> i was enraged and then concerned and now i am just disgusted. >> reporter: her grandmother was alone apparently forgotten ed where employees left for the day. >> i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: she was in the fresenius dialysis center. she is sem prairl bedridden at a rehab facility and an ambulance transports her to dialysis. rehab center alerted the family. >> we haven't heard from anyone and your grandmother has not
>> i called 911 and i said i can't believe i am about to report this but my grandmother is locked inside the dialysis center. >> reporter: methuen firefighters transported her to the rehab facility. erica is a nurse and can't wrap her head around someone forgetting her grandmother. >> i am in health care and this is disgusting absolutely disgusting. somebody has to be accountable for this. this is absolutely not ok >> reporter: i reached out to the clinic and have yet to hear backch the methuen police department notified the state department of health. caseie -- katie brace wbz this morning. today marks the one week anniversary since the murder of vanessa marcotte a jogger in princeton and the funeral will be on tuesday. police received 600 tips in the the investigation and they are asking the public to keep them coming in. investigators are looking for a man with scratches, cuts or
brook station road on sunday afternoon. first responders say someone shot at them while answering a call in manchester new hampshire yesterday. police say american medical ponce paramedics were checking out a person who passed out in parking lot on elm street when the crew heard and felt a bullet zip right over their heads. officers searched the area but didn't find a shooter or shell casings. no one was hurt. also in manchester, the robbery on saturday morning. james dickson and jonathan vertigans are behind bars. during the robbery the pair stabbed 44-year-old mark hathaway near chestnut and lowell streets. the victim is expected to recover. undercover police make a drug bust in beverly. officers say two men were trying to sell heroin on elliot street and had a sizable amount of cash on them.
deleon are facing charges. they are expected in court next week. and this morning, two boston harbor cruise ships are out of service and passengers have quite a frightening story to tell. coast guard says a boston harbor cruise ship hit three other vessels. this video shows smoke coming from one of the boats with passengers aboard. as wwz ball burton -- wbz paul burton reports a me expelodicious -- mechanical problem is likely to blame. >> reporter: they experienced a jolt as the ship returned to boston. one witness says it came in too fast and too hard hitting two other vessels at the pier. >> one of the operators tried to assure passengers standing on the top deck of the regency to calm down they were up u on their feet -- up on their feet looked like they felt a little uncomforted a. >> reporter: -- uncomfortable. >> reporter: investigators say
mechanical error bhc says the forward propulsion failed. >> it scratched the rear of the codzilla and it made contact with the dock. >> mbta water taxi. >> frustrating especially when i wanted to go so bad. >> reporter: many tourists excited to board the codzilla was told the ride was cans kneeled we were supposed to go out and get a duck tour but -- canceled but to go out and get a duck tour but it was ruined. >> reporter: caitlyn and jimmy says an though the plans got canceled they were glad they were on not on board. >> definitely glad i wasn't on the collision. >> my kind of love i was supposed to go on the codzilla. >> we will take a walk grab some lunch. >> reporter: they have to haul away the boat for repairs. crash is under investigation but no one was injured.
>> usually we would be halfway through sales tax free weekend but with the event canceled businesses hope you will be in the shopping mood. of course we are right. state lawmakers axed the sales tax holiday amid concerns about revenue shortfalls. retailers are offering discounts that either equal or double the state's 6 1/4% tax. there we go. the u.s. continues to dominate in the rio summer olympics and last medal count. we have got full coverage coming up. also ahead, rain lightning and hail. did you hear it last night? yikes. we have seen our share of crazy weather this weekend. what's next. there's one man with the answer barry burbank headed your way.
r vacation. so how are you going to get there? don't worry. it just takes some planning. and i can help. so if you have a question about retirement, ask me. sincerely, bernard tynes fellow vacationer and fellow citizen. at the halfway point of the summer olympics, the united states is doing well with a massachusetts native contributing to the medal count last night. -y stone of newton takes home the silver in the women's single -- debbie stone of newton takes home the silver in
competition. what he calls his final olympic race michael phelps swam the better fly leg of the man's 4 by 100 meter medley the 23rd medal in the final swimming event of the summer games giving the use 24 gold as well as 18 silver and 18 bronze and leads the total. china is in second blaze 41 medals followed by great britain with 30. the campaign trail is winding through new england the coming up, tough words from vice presidential hopeful tim kaine and why donald trump thinks the whole process could
and a very good sunday morning everybody. it's 7:15 right now and this is just a sample of some of the hailstones that fell in locations yesterday. this is up in king new hampshire. pretty good size hailstones there and pretty good lightning around for sure. and some big time rainfall in scattered spots. some of the totals from the sky warned spotters dudly ending up with -- dudley ending up with 2.9. shirley mass 2.7. western one and a a quarter
inches. out in northern worcester county southwest new hampshire and a few other places as well, in parts of connect cut and northwestern rhode island got clocked. some places over 4 inches of rain but some places didn't get much at all. here's what's going on today. as we see temperatures going up into the 90s today, we will look at readings getting into the 70s of the southwest breeze is blowing. yesterday morning we were on-- we had a little northeast breeze and the cool air was trickeling in with a bank af low cloudiness. now we are back at bad habits in the 70s in fact it's 83 in new york city right now. dew points in the low to middle 70s. it's 57 degrees dew point at the summit of mount washington with the dew points off to the southwest. all in the 70s. extending back to buffalo. so the front is still way out there. so we certainly will have a hot day today. as the wind turns more west southwest, that's a land breeze shooting the heat right to the
cooler at rockport and outer tip of cape ann with a breeze picking up across water. and on the new england south coast in the 80s. it had feel like 1000 to 10 -- it will feel like 100 to 105 in most spots. it's not as brighta as -- brutal as friday when we had real feel temperatures at 105 to 110. sectionive heat warning by the a narrow strip where they feel the temperatures will be higher. feeling a little higher with the excessive humidity down there. dew points around 75 or great her. so those are the water temperatures beach temperatures mostly low to middle 90s. if you wont reshe tough go in the -- want to find relief go in the water. we have plenty of beach with a low tide about just before 3. sweltering at finway park with the diamond backs -- fenway
will there be thursday? -- thunderstorms? there might be. it will trickle in storms. we don't have all the parameters there to kick off a widespread batch of conductive weather this afternoon. but any particular storm could produce damaging wind gusts and certainly torrance of rain and those -- torrents of rain and those are the main factors. tomorrow again varying amounts of cloud and sunshine coming up for tomorrow. there won't be showers or thunderstorms tomorr. metro west and probably 82 at the coast but a tomorrow instead of a or shove breeze it will on -- offshore breed it will be an onshore breeze. we won't have the driest air coming in until wednesday after we have muggy weather and a fewmore thunderstorms on tuesday. that's the latest look for you. kerry back to you. >> thank you. we are following breaking news this morning. 6 people rescued from a sinking boat in boston harbor ahead at
you know what time it is. it's time for the pet parade and i have new friend from the quincy animal shelter. ladies good to meet you. >> good morning. >> good to have you on the pet parade we have bree and linda and kathy. today we have buffy who has a very, very special story. and we have got another doggy
little while on video but also we have the beautiful little kitties. all looking for homes. we will start with buffy here who has quite a lot going on with this little man. >> buffy is 16 years old and he is blind and he does see some shadows and he is also deaf. and he came to us a few weeks ago. his owner could no longer care for him. she did up until the time she could she gave him excellent little needed for hem to come into the -- him to come into theshelter and he has been groomed and buffed and puffed and he is hooking for someone who has a quiet home and is hooking for a older dog and he walks very well on a leech. he eats he very well and has a good appetite. and we would prefer if he were
quiet ensliernlt. so someone who -- envinyl. so someone -- environment sosomeone who is look for a gentle boy. >> he needs ice and ears and a -- eyes and ears and not a lot of help because when he he walked around he bum -- he walked around the studio and bumps into things and is startled. but for his age he has a lot of energy and seems very healthy. >> right. >> i think and it broke my heart to think he lost the owner because all he has scent and he is probably look for her scent and the scent of the home he is in and is probably a little confused. >> he does adjust. >> he does and he is pretty happy in my arms and hope my husband is not watching. so we will hope for the perfect owner and what about all the kitties. >> well, these 7 beauties all came to us by their mother of her name is lydia and she has been adopted which is a great
women who brought the mother to the shelter and we realized she was pregnant and she went into the foster care program to a family that took care of her. wan week she gave birth to the 7 -- within a week she gave birth to the 7. >> and she was only 6 pounds carrying the babies. i am happy to hear she got a home. >> that's the wonderful things about the foster care program at our shelter. families we are looking mom give them to a family they would take care of the mom through birth or even if we were to get kittens without a mom they go into foster care until the day they are able to be veted spade and neutered and put up for adoption. so these 7 are available at conditions -- quincy animal
and they are butte newly and we have a dog named bell. bell a little too nervous under the lights and cameras bell is beautiful. >> she is a year and a half hound mix. bell would do best in a home not in a apartment because she is a hound and we know about hounds. she is a little vocal and she needs a lot of space to run and exercise but she is a wonderful girl. she has a beautiful marking. and she has a lot of energy. another thing maybe least until she gets used to everything but we recommend no small children or pets. she is a beauty and so precious. >> i wish we could have met her but it gets scary here. >> yeah. >> let's do our homeward bound segment and buffy i hope you are paying attention i know you can't see or hear but this is rosie pozie and there's help
forever home rescue grew and sarah danielson from millis mass and her friend adopted her and we are so excited to hear that because she was beautiful and also, she needed someone to be hear eyes so, we are going to help for the same for these guys and you do have yappy hour. >> we have an event coming up on saturday august 27th at marina bay and a place called blue i believe come and meet the volunteers of the shelter, bring your dogs, socialize with other social dogs, and we are going to raise money for the shelter. if you need more information on any of the things we talked about today, the foster care program, being the volunteer, you can reach us at animal shelter quincy animal shelter.org is the website. >> very good. >> and they have the phone number et cetera there. >> wonderful.
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live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. good morning everybody. 7:30 on this sunday barry burbank. can't think about that -- quit thinking about that dog even you were thinking aboutit him. >> yes. >> we are back in the thick of the heat aren't we. >> peaceful right now the. -- now. we had boomers yesterday and last night and this morning and now we are going to the. >> let's go to the t's. >> check out the t's on the wbz weather bug network.
kingsboro. tubesbury at -- tewksbury at 73. and there are the places that are muggy. there goes the storms from yesterday. lots of them coming from the west. expecting southern new hampshire and parts of connecticut watch them roll across. heavy rains and more came through early this morning. but everything is peaceful. we open up shot and there's a narrow string of showers here. that's the position of the cold front about in there e to form pencil thin line of storms and we will have a few more storms later this afternoon. but today is different than yesterday and we had a break right back to bad habits triple h stuff 94 and some spots higher than that. feeling like more than a hundred this afternoon. so looks like a heat advice have i is up by the national weather service and watch out for a few thunderstorms in scattered spots. see where the rest of the forecat for the next seven days and we will see you with that in a few minutes. >> thanks so much.
overnight. six people were rescued from boston harbor after the boat sank around 1:30 this morning near castle island. the coast guard went out immediately and found all six people still on the partially submerged boat. they did get them to shore. no one was hurt. right now, it's not clear why the boat sank in the first place. also breaking this morning, violent prohe tests that stretched -- protests that stretched late into the night in milwaukee seemed to be calling down hours after police shot and killed a man from a traffic stop. demonstrators set fire to at least four businesses and clashed with police. one officer was injured when someone threw a brick at his squad car. so far, there have been three arrests. checking our other top store yeas quincy woman is being treated for life- threatening injuries. she was hit by a car last night walking on day boulevard in south boston. the street was closed from the road rotary to the mccormick bath house for several hours
determined whether the driver a 75-year-old randolph man will face charges or not. investigators say a mechanical problem is to blame for the collision of several boston harbor cruise ships. passengers on the regency says the ship smashed into two other boats as it docked at long wharf including the high speed ride. regency propulsion system failed and no one was hurt. to campaign vice presidential candidate tim kaine used donald trump's catch phrase against him firing up the crowd during a rally in masschester new hampshire. -- manchester new hampshire. donald trump is in connecticut a tough week. brian webb reports from new york. >> reporter: with supporters in fairfield connecticut chanting lock her up, donald trump blasted the rival democratic nominee hillary clinton on saturday night.
taxes. she is going to raise your regulations for your businesses which is going to put everybody out of work. >> reporter: republican presidential candidate has not won connecticut since 1988. trump is not riding -- writing off the state. >> we are making a big move for the state of connecticut. >> reporter: trump says in november he can win states that have gone to democrats in cree cent elections including -- recrnt elections including pennsylvania -- recent election including pennsylvania and now his campaign is re way we can lose in my opinion i really -- observers. >> the only way we can lose in my opinion i really mean this is if cheating goes on. >> my prediction is when the campaign is over and people have forgotten the losing campaign that he ran the two words they will remember about donald trump is you're fired. >> reporter: clinton vp pick tim kaine campaigned in new hampshire saturday criticizing trullp's character. >> this -- trump's character.
anything and we are not gullible people. >> reporter: kaine and clinton released 2015 tax returns friday and they are calling on trump to do the same. brian webb for cbs news. >> a framingham native who survived a attack on the orlando nightclub is taking a big step in his recovery. angel copo first steps since he was shot several times by omar mateen at the pulse nightclub two months ago. colon played dead to survive and posted this video with the hashtag orlando strong and love is love. a pistol wielding bandits robbed a blearchgd yesterday at citizens bank on indian rock road -- bank yesterday at sitth citizens bank on indian rock
and he fled in a small black car. bad news for new england lobstermen and women. iewn pier union --ed european union is -- the european union is considering banning the product. swedish researchers are worried about a nonnative species disrupting the ecosystem. most lobster experts come from maine and massachusetts. and if you yearn to travel at warp speed aboss the star ship enterprise, william shatner will be at the boston comic con to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the tv series star trek. he shated with -- chatted with fans about the show and his career. and decades later there are still plenty of them.
it's will why am shatner the original captain kirk. he is the best. he is awesome. >> oh my god obviously. tens of thousands are expected to attend comic con to meet with the comic creators and animated. costumes are not required but that's all part of the fun. clay buchholz gets a early birthday present from the teammates. how they pulled out a wipe after th it's 7:-- win after a bad start. it's 7:38. 7th inning stretch for us on 4 but we are still going until 9.
. good morning a great pitching matchup heading to fenway park afternoon. rick on mound for boston. 1:30 first pitch and you will have fun. red sox and dbacks met in game two. clay filled in for wright trying to give the sox few toings keep them in the game and let the offense and defense and bullpen get the job done and that's what happened. clay pitched into the 6th giving up 3 runs in the process and was on the wrong side of a
soxrallied. the 5th home run goes over the short wall and the sox were within a run at 3-2 before the kid tied things up. >> 2-2. and there's a shot to left center field slicing towards the wall and hits the base of the centerfield wall and score and the double and. we are -- and we are tied at >> yeah hitting 379 since the call up and good as advertised. this is crushed deep to right a 2-run shot. sox with a 6-3 lead. bullpen and defense takes over. check this out double play. check it out. he flips it and onto first and that's as good as it gets a sown-- gets. and so is this.
first time he struck out the side in 6 years. sox win 6-3. yankees first game without a- rod yesterday and they turned to some of the youngsters and did they step up. tyler in the first major league at bat over the wall in right. not to be outdone, judge his first major league at bat and same thing. first teammates in major leaguehistory to go back to back in the first at bats in the big. yanks win the 4th in over tampa bay. the patriots had yesterday off and will get back at it and monday tuesday and wednesday bears come in and preseason game number 2 thursday here on bz. this week is good week to get down to gillette and have a good time and get there while you can because training camp officially ends wednesday. later this afternoon recap of the patriots 2015 season. called fight to the finish at
soccer at gillette and reves looking for a do --e over and -- do over and never why in it. they get blown out 4-0 the final. isaiah thomas in redding for abasketball clinic. he was the biggest guy on the court. he said because of his size the kid think he's easy target and he looked to enjoy his time with the kids but come october, thomas says the >> -- celtics. >> mba knows we are going to be -- the nba knows we are going to be pretty good. teams know everywhere i go everybody is excited about the celtics and we are going to try to take steps forward and continue to work and i know brad and the coaching staff is doing everything they can to put us in position to be successful. so we have to bring it come october. >> michael phelps in the final events of the olympics and any other olympics helped the u.s. wint gold in the 4 by 100
the 23rd career gold medal. most of any athlete. pretty impressive. 11:35 tonight sports final talking pats and sox and more. but for now, i am dan roche wbzports. >> thanks so much and -- sports. >> thanks so much and for now weather. >> how would you like 23 gold medals. >> i would like to have one. that would be nice. but 23. >> that's just. >> spectacular. >> truly boggles the mind what an athlete. >> i know. best of the best. >> you bet. >> soy. you are the best of the best of what you do. >> we try. >> what are you thinking. >> another hot day would you like another. >>i don't know. some people ask if you've he too many hot dates. >> keeps me out of the kitchen. >> we have had a great summer that's been good until the last few days when the very high temperatures and excessive humidity made it intolerable and tough to work out in the conditions really kind of tough for a lot of folks.
in boston and we will add one today so we will bring it up to 16. i am confident we will go past 18 that we had in 1013 before through this season. last year we had four days over 09 in september which was unusual but going out of an el nino year in 1983 we had a lot of 90 degree days. so we will see what happens this year this time around. we will go into 90s today with numbers in the 70s currently. and there is cool dry air in canada just no y down here. although we will have a shot of dry air coming in later this week and it will be less humid tomorrow. not as humid as right now with dew points in the lower and middle 70s. but it's certainly going to be a little more costable tomorrow than it will be -- comfortable tomorrow than it will be today when wove the tropical air in place and releasing a few more tropical downpours. we will show outrainfall map in the next half-hour. but these are highs mostly in the middle 90s.
cape cod. also the outer pat of cape ann maybe the outer tip because the winds will be west southwest instead of dew south and may not -- due south but may be a little cool. heat advisory and a narrow strip where the weather service feels they are putting up excessive heat warning so take it easy today because of the-- it's bad conditions out there. the beaches, you will find relief in the water for sure and the water is pret 68 to 76. the air temperatures on the beaches low to middle 90s at east facing beaches. south facing beaches maybe a little cooler in the 80s there. the tide is coming in well about an hour. and low this afternoon middle part of the afternoon. going to fenway park for the final game in this series with the diamondbacks. low to middle 90s and we willwatch for thunderstorms again. the sky will be changeable. we will have some sunshine through high thin cloudiness
storms. this model is looking at them this afternoon in that position. doesn't -- it's not painting too much thunderstorms out there today but i think the stage is set at least for some so, it's still going to be hot tomorrow even though it will be less humid and it will be more comfortable. it's going to be nudging 90 away from the ocean in metro west communities westward along the coast 82 with a sea breeze and muggy again on tuesday with a upper 80s and thunderstorms and showers possible late in the day especially in worcester dries out a little more substantially on wednesday about 85. and go back up to 90 woo couple showers and -- with a couple showers and storms on thursday and drier nicer weather next week as high pressure builds in from the north and north east. it should be nicer at the end of the week. that's it. >> thank you. while we deal with the threat of more storms rain is the last thing they need in louisiana. coming up emergency crews are on their feet as raging flood waters shows no signs of
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at the least three people have died in historic flooding in louisiana and today is this more rain in the forecast and flood watches are in effect. this is video of a man saved from severe flooding. truck got stuck on highway and he spend the night on top of it and clinging to a fallen tree before being rescued 8 hours later. wow.
the beach. the phantom gourmet is snack on pretzels in a cheesy taste test. take a look. >> reporter: phantom purchased four bags of pretzels from local supermarkets. contenders were impose rolled gold snack factory and ed. >> iers of and over. all scored well in the favorite test but one salty snack can be at the top of the food chain. first up is snack factory despite the small thin crisp dhifer a crunch in a resealable bag easy to eat by the handful and a bit addictive. but the pretzel flavor far outpaces that of the cheddar and phantom things they ought to pour on more cheesy coating. next up is snyder's. these piece of hard sourdough pretzel come in all shapes and sizes make for a fun eating experience. the thick chunks provide a
comes to the cheese powder, some pieces are completely coated and others are nearly naked. those what do have enough cheese have punch and age cheddar but phantom wishes the doting was more consistent. the runner up is impose a favorite of college kids, they are stuffed with cheese filling. it's surprisingly soft and the cheese is pleasantly tangy and interplay of the contrasting textures provides an exciting find more fascinating are,000 thr addictive and un-- are somewhat addictive and unsatisfying. rolled gold is the top. cheddar flavored twist burst from the the bag with a classic pretzel shape and bright orange color. despite thin form factor he they deliver a satisfying snap and bold cheese flavor up front followed by a wonderfully savory after taste thanks to onion powder in the ingredients. this is one cheese covered
studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good morning everybody. 8:00 on this sunday morning. barry is making me laugh on the commercial breaks. going to get me in trouble. >> got to stay awake. >> that's true. we are glad you are awake with us this morning. it locks like the heat is back -- looks like the heat is back in action. >> right back at it and back to bad habits and here we go. we are going to the. >> s's. >> going to the s's not only that we are going south. let's go to south bridge charleston street school where it's jumped to 80. hey you saw it in front of your eyes. it was 79 and now it's 80. these are live shots from the schools on the weather bug network system. southboro 74 and southeaston at southeastern regional high school, 74 also this morning. so the air mass is different. there's showers and storms from yesterday. waves going through from the ones yesterday afternoon to the north and ones came through
ones earlier this morning i drove through that and it was a light ening show on the way to work. but everything is peaceful and quiet. we have a couple showers and storms way out west and that's where the next batch could be developing from or coming from when a cold front gets closer later in the day. scattered afternoon late afternoon thunderstorms into early this evening. and about 94 for an average high and it's going to feel more like more than 100 because of the fact we have the excessive humidity. more on 7 days ahead in we start with breaking news overnight, 6 people were rescued from boston harbor after the boat sank. it happened around 1:30 this morning in dorchester bay near castle island. luckily someone saw the boat sinking and called 911. state police called in the coast guard who went out immediately and found all 6 people still on the partially submerged boat. soaking wet and needing help. passengers were check out by ems onshore and no one was hurt.
boat sank. wbz of course will continue to follow the breaking story throughout the morning and bring you any updates as they become available. also breaking overnight a plea for calm may finally be working after a violent night in milwaukee for hours. protesters clashed with police through threw bricks and set fires. first at gas station and 3 other businesses. it started hours after a man was shot and killed by police as he fled a traffic stop. that shooting is under investigation and the of camera according to the milwaukee journal sentinel. this morning a pedestrian is in the hospital hit by car in south boston last night and injuries are serious. the accident happened just before 8 p.m. on day boulevard. state troopers closed the street for while from the road rotary to mccormick bath house and it's back opened and the injured pedestrian is at boston medical center. now to a wbz exclusive.
dialysis clinic long after everyone else went home. she was supposed to be taken back to a nursing home. but someone locked the doors and she was found waiting hours later by herself. katie brace has the interview you will only see here. >> they got her cleaned up. >> reporter: a welcome update by maureen perry hours earlier her granddaughter erica crosby stood outside and took this photo of her. >> at first i was enraged and then concerned and now i am was alone apparently forgotten locked in a cold medical facility where all the employees had left for the day. >> i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: she was in the fresenius dialysis clienter that closed three hours earlier. grandma maureen is temporarily bed rind at a rehab facility. an ambulance transports her to dialysis. they ahe remember theed the family she had growth return. >> we haven't heard from
>> reporter: the ambulance facility said the place was locked up when they arrived and the family drove there. >> i called 911 and i said i can't believe i am about to report this but my grandmother is locked inside the dialysis center. >> reporter: the firefighters transported maureen to the rehab facility. erica is a nurse and cannot wrap her head around someone forgetting her grandmother. >> i am in health care and this has to be accountable for this. this is absolutely not okay. >> reporter: i he reached out to the facility -- i reached out to the facility and have yet to hear back. katie brace wbz this morning. >> that's something. well today marks one week since the murder he have a. of -- murder of vanessa marcott. police have received 600 tips
investigators are now looking for a man with scratches, cuts or bruises who is in the area of brook station road on sunday afternoon. first responders say someone shot at them while they were answering a call in manchester new hampshire yesterday. police say american and medical response paramedics were checking out a person who passed out in a park lot on elm street when you crew heard and felt a bullet zip -- parking lot on elm street en heard and felt a bullet zip across their heads. no one was hurt. in manchester two men are in jail after street robbery yesterday morning. james dickson and jonathan vertigans are their names of the during the robbery they stabbed 44-year-old mark hathaway near chestnut and lowell streets. victim is expected to recover. undercover police make a drug bust in beverly. officers say two men were tried to sell heroin on elliot street
cash. michael sanchez of salem and 28- year-old jeffrey deleon are now facing charges. they are expected in court next week. this morning two austin harbor cruise ships are out service and passengers have quite a frightening story to tell. the coast guard says a boston harbor cruise ship ended up hitting three other vessels. this video shows smoke coming from one of the boats with passengers aboard. wbz paul burton reports a blame. >> reporter: passengers on board the regency a boston harbor cruise ship experienced a jolt as the ship returned. one witness says it came in too fast and too hard hitting two other vessels at the pier. >> one of the operator tried tie sure the passengers on the top deck of the regency to calm down and they were up on their feet looked like they were feeling a little uncomfortable. >> reporter: see the shattered
regency water line. coast guard investigators say it was due to a mechanical error. bhc says the forward propulsion system failed. >> the rear of the regency crashed the rear of the codzilla and side of the regency made contact with the dock. >> mbta bound for charlestown. >> frustrating especially when i wanted to go so bad on it. >> reporter: many tourists excited to board the codzilla were told the ride was canceled. >> we were supposed to go on the codzilla and get but, it's ruined. >> reporter: the other two ships had no other passengers on board and didn't appear to be damaged. caitlyn and jimmy say even though the plans were canceled they were not on the regency. >> glad we were not on the collision. >> my kind of luck. i didn't make it on the codzilla my luck i love it. >> we will go to the aquarium and take a walk and grab lunch it it will be great ruers they will haul away the boat -- it will be great. >> reporter: they will haul
the investigation continues but no one was injured. the u.s. dominates in the rio summer olympics and last night yet another massachusetts athlete contributed to the growing medal count. also rain lightning and hail. we have seen our share of crazy weather this weekend. so what's next? barry is the man with that answer. and he is coming up in two.
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day 8 of the olympics and at halfway point. competition coming into tonight united states is doing very well with the massachusetts native contributing to the medal count. stone in the second olympic competition is coming home a silver medalist coming in second in the women's single competition in rogue finishing second. congrats go out to had he been. looks awesome and what he calls the final olympic race michaelphelps swam the butterfly leg of the medley and it's the 23rd gold medal and he looks pretty happy in the final swimming event of the summer's
gold medals and 18 silvers and 19 bronze and that leads the olympic total. china is in second place with 41 medal followed by great britain with 0. plenty of those u.s. medals are in swimming and that's inspiring kids here to take a few extra laps. coming up, meet potential members of team usa a few games from now. and is it your birthday today on this august 14th? let's see who you share it with. birthday of actor wishes to him. magic johnson is 57. and singer and actress sarah brightman is 56 and tim tebow a played with the patriots for a few seconds is 29. if it's your birthday though, better enjoy it. have a good one.
well cop 8:15 and we have talked about the hot weather come back and we had one day of relief and that's it. >> that gets you. you regroup. >> recharge. >> get rechargeed. >> reenergize. >> i lovual those. >> me too. >> i am energized for a short time. >> very short. >> until i head outside. anyway here's what's going on. checking out the rainfall totals from yesterday's storms, from the wbz weather watchers, mark out in gardner said 1.73 and northern worcester county
county they got pretty good amounts. ed had 1.1 dawn in 1. had 1 30?eu7b 1 and -- 1.1. and eric had .08 of an inch in hopkinton. we will show you the amount of rain. looks like highest amount fell in south wherein new hampshire and another maximum zone here in southern worcester county into northeastern keck cut where 2.9 to 4.2 inches fell there. limester and big amounts and 1 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches over here. boston got about .41 of an inch as far as i can make out from the total earlier this morning from the storm that went by around 2 to 2:30. remember the front yesterday coming down as a back door front and northeast wind and cooler air? it's gone back and moving on the way back up into central maine. and we have triple h weather coming back.
on in louisiana. some spots had 25 to 30 inch of rain down there. it look like some of the tropical moist sur is -- moisture is going to come at us from out of ohio valley and give us showers and storms late tuesday and tuesday night with the main emphasis being across northern new england and not maybe all that much in southern sections. these are the highs today from new england southwestward in the 90s. so we are back in the triple h for sure as we start to as sun comes through the cloud cover and getting closer to 80 in many spots. there's cooler and dry air in canada but it's no way to bring it down here. jet stream is not going to do that. although we will have slight intrusion of less humid air. first one coming tomorrow. and these dew points 73 to 75 so it's combination of excessive humidity and oppressive stuff with the high temperatures which are going to make it feel like more than 100 this afternoon. so these will be the high temperatures in the middle 9
for the most part. maybe a little cooler and 95 at rockport. most east facing beaches will be on the hot side today and it's going to feel like 100 to 105 and may feel like more than 105. that's why the national weather service has in this strip parts of bristol and plymouth county and in parts in rhode island and can't cut excessive heat warning is when it feels like more than 105 degrees. that's why they posted that there. more than 102 up to 105 so they have what they call the heat advisories. beaches will be hot, waters will be pleasantly cooling off of the the tide is high in just about a half an hour. it's low in the middle part of the afternoon. here's fenway park. live shot from the wbz weather bug network. partly cloudy skies. up to 75 there. no problems but how about when the game starts this afternoon? will it be a thunderstorm at some point during the game? can't rule it out completely
can't rule it out competely but there should be support for scattered stuff this afternoon from place to place. perhaps not as widespread as yesterday. and overnight last night. here's the 7p-- 7-day accu- weather forecast. 90 inland and less humid and not truly dry air. we may get a drier air mass here on wednesday after a few thunderstorms late tuesday and tuesday night. august dog days go on the summer games are really making a splash with local kids. athletes in rio are inspiring young swimmers here in our area. it's pretty hard not to get excited when american swimmers are break world records left and right. now a camp called olympic dream week has local swimmers going for their own personal best. as liam martin reports.
week long swiping camp from charles -- swimming came if charles river acaughtics. >> we are learning how to do dives and free style -- acaughtics. >> we are learning how to do -- acaughtics. >> we are learning -- aquatics. >> we are learning how to do dives and free style. >> we are celebrating the olympics through friendship and unity and team spirit. >> we talk about you know how much hard work it takes to get there. listening to your coaches. >> reporter: with work on entries and refine the strokes. while keeping an eye. excited eye -- an excited eye to swimmers like katie will he decka and michael phelps and his teammates bringing gold back to the states. >> they are really fast. they have really good technique. >> i would like to swim at the olympics because i hike to swim and -- like to swim and i want
and i always want to swim like that. >> reporter: it's worth losing a little sleep. >> i stayed up to watch the olympics until 11. >> so great. that is liam martin reporting. some of the young people are on the charles river aquatic swim team and others still plan to try out. there's no sales tax free weekend here as you know but that doesn't mean there are no bargins. where retailers are offering to
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business hope you will be in the shopping mood. state lawmakers axed the sales tax holiday amid concern about revenue shortfalls. now many retailers are still offering discounts that either equal or double the state's 6 1/4% tax. right now let's find out what's coming up this morning on cbs face the nation. john dickerson joins us live from washington with preview. john good >> john? >> yep. >> can you hear me? >> can i hear you boston are you worried about not being able to hear me. >> yeah can you hear me now? you are on john you there? we will let him get another cup of coffee and check in in a little bit. face the nation does air today at 10:30 right here on a wbz.
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live from the channel 4 stowedos in boston -- studios in boston, this is wbz this morning. >> good morning everybody. thanks for being with us. i am burbank how are you. >> a stuffy morning out there. >> that's a new word. >> how many more will we get. >>i don't know. a lot. >> not a lot lately and it makes it more difficult. we have had great summer weather but the last few days have been. >> hard to breath. >> hard to breath of the let's look at the numbers in the 70s. and in fact some spots are close to 80. so we have seen that happen last week for sure and we are starting out again after we had a nice break yesterday. so we are going to go into the
yesterday afternoon. last evening and the final batch which went through boston around 2 to 3 this morning that is final batch right in here. bang along there and south shore communities and there's nothing going on right now. we have sunshine through high clouds and looks like some building puffy clouds will take place later. the cold front is back in here triggering off a narrow sliver of showers and storms so we will likely have some scattered around later this afternoon and into the evening and that will be the end of it. and it will awaken you overnight tonight. 94 degrees today on average. but feeling like a little bit more than 100 because of the oppressive humidity. what's the next seven days going to be like? the forecast is in a few minutes. >> we look forward to that. an update on breaking news overnight. 6 people were rescued from boston harbor after the boat sank around 1:30 this morning near castle island. the coast guard went out immediately and found all 6 people on the partially
it's not -- hurt but it's not clear why the boat sank in the first place. also breaking violent protest stretching into the night in milwaukee. it seemed to be calling down hours after police shot and killed a man who was running from a traffic stop. demonstrators set fire to at least 4 businesses and clashedwith police. one officer was injured when someone threw a brick at his squad car. so far, there have been three arrests. checking our other top for life threening injuries -- threatening injuries. she was hit by a car last night walk on day boulevard. it was closed from the rotary to the mccormick bath house. it's back opened this morning. investigators have not determined weather the 75-year- old randolph man who was the driver will face charges when investigators say mechanical problem is to play for the
harbor cruise ships -- to blame for the collision of several boston harbor cruise ships. according to the coast guard the regency propulsion system failed. no one was hurt. a framingham native who survive the attack on a nightclub in orlando is taking a big step his recovery. >> there he goes. angel colon poeted -- posted this on faok taking his steps. he was shot several times by omar mateen two months ago a the pulse nightclub. he played dead to survive and posted this video with the hashtag orlando strong and love is love. to campaign 2016 now, vice presidential candidate tim kaine used donald trump's catch phrase against him. in the meantime, donald trump is stomping in connecticut after a pretty tough week.
york. >> reporter: with supporters in fairfield connecticut chanting lock her up donald trump blasted his rival democratic nominee hillary clinton on saturday night. >> she is going to raise your taxes. she is going to raise your regulations for your businesses which is going to put everybody out of work. >> reporter: a republican presidential candidate has not won connecticut since 1988. but trump is not writing off state. >> we are making a big move for the state of connect. november he can win states that have gone to democrats in recent election including pennsylvania. friday, trump warned the election could be rigged and now his campaign is recruiting trump election observers. >> the only way we can lose in my opinion and i really mean this pennsylvania, is if cheating goes on. >> reporter: trump trails clinton in national polls and in most battleground states. >> my prediction is when the campaign is all over and people have forgotten the losing
words they will remember about donald trump is you're fired. >> reporter: clinton's vp pick tim kaine campaigned in new hampshire saturday criticizing trump's character. >> this guy will make up anything. and we are not gullible people. >> reporter: kaine and clinton released the 2015 tax returns friday and are calling on trump to do the same. brian webb for cbs news. >> one thing you can y hillary donald clump or anyone -- trump or anyone else they have seen support and intense criticism from the other side. jon keller sits down with one the most vocal voices who is not running. >> good morning thanks for joining us. summertime brings many benefits and with it the august congressional recess which
senator from massachusetts elizabeth warren. senator warren welcome. >> good to be here. >> good to have you here. we are going to talk about the state of national economy and some local issues that i know you have been involved with on the federal level. but first, inquiring minds want to know. what goes through your mind when donald trump refers to you as pocahontas? >> you know i want to say to him do you really think this is going let's face it donald trump is a thin-skinned racist bully. and that's what bullies do. he thinks somehow if he calls me names that i am going shut up and he think he has plenty of evidence now that that's notgoing to happen because that's how you have to deal with bullies you stand up and punch back. >> were you surprise to sea the scene from the brown race resurface. >> donald trump is out there on so many fronts stirring up as
stirring up as much separation as he can but it fits who who he has been -- fits with who he has been from the beginning. >> if hillary clinton wins is there any chance you might join the administration? >> god i can't imagine it i mean, come on jon look at the job i got right now. it's not only a great honor to be sent to washington by the people of massachusetts but a opportunity to get out and fight to level the playing field and to really mix it up and try to move things in a little better direction. >> for instance, as a senator you were one point successful in stopping the nomination of i believe a deputy treasury secretary as the secretary of the treasury, couldn't you have more clout. >> you know you always want to say because for me i got to
where can i make the biggest difference where can can i be the most helpful. but right now man i think that's from this senate seat. because i get to reach across a lot of agencies to try to help move them in the right direction. as well as be there right in congress mixing it up on the statutes that get passed or blocked. >> you aren't frustrated. >> of course i am frust traded. i mean -- frustrated. mine can -- i me c something about zika a threat to all of our families a growing health crisis. the president of the united states months and months ago we need 1.9 billion dollars to be able to deal with both the research be a pub -- and public health. republicans say no, no, no. i got to tell you right now this very day, we should not be out on recess which the republicans have called. we should be back in washington
zika virus. this is a problem that affects all our families and it's an emergency and the republicans are wrong not to have us in session doing our job. >> i got to take a break but before we do, i know this may come as a shock but you are up for reelection in two years for fr this fall. >> i heard. >> are you 100% sure you will sook reesection lex. >> come-- from this fall. >> i heard. >> are you 100% sure you will sook reelection. >> come on this is not place to announce that i love the job. >> you're mistaken this is the place to announce a reelection so keep that in mind. >> okay. >> we will take a short break and continue our conversation with senator elizabeth warren
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welcome back to the conversation with senator elizabeth warren. senator the second quarter economic numbers were kind of dismal. nationally and even though massachusetts is doing better than the nation as a whole, there's lot of concern here about the impact of events in so much of our economy relies on exports and so forth. for you what is the key to increasing growth and job creation over the next year or so. >> so, i look at this two parts. one is to make sure donald trump is not president and this is what all of the economic forecasters are saying. the man is truly a threat and he's not just a threat with his crazy you know we are going to
entire world and that's bad for business. that's bad for the economy. but the other part of it is we really have to think about i think better about the role of the federal government. and helping promote the economy. the way i see it, we have got a washington that's working for those at the top. and it shows up in the fact that we have got multinational comings holding money overseas rather than investing here at home and we have giant multinational corporation that exploit tax loopholes so they are paying little to keep the country run and when we do that that makes we can't make investments here at home in education and infrastructure and that has two implications meaning we are not our kids are not getting smarter they are not -- it's
through school but if we put more money into infrastructure, a, we would be creating good jobs and that means more people with more money to spend, but b, we would make america a better place to grow your businesses. a better place to come in and create those jobs. i just feel like right u now, we let the guys at -- right now, we let the guys at the top influence policy too much and they influence it in directions that are not good for any of us. >> going back to package of 09 hasn't the obama administration been doing tha>> that's the problem they got choked on that and didn't do enough. one of the reasons the fed keeps interest rates so low is because they are like the only tool in the toolbox that is functional to keep the economy moving forward. >> okay i want to slip in one other to ic. >> sure. >> it's lot of low -- topic. >> sure. >> it's a lot of local
of scientists asking the health effects of traffic noise and pollution from logan airport. >> yep. >> the flight patterns were rearranged and folks in milton area south shore have been going out of their minds from the traffic noise and we talked in the past about your efforts to make the faa more accountable to the to the complaints what's the -- account cannable to that and what's the status. >> we have given a hard shove and we are waiting for the agency to we also are following up with quiet phone calls on this. but you know this is one more reminder because we watch it in lots of areas we watch it with the pipeline for example. our federal agencies don't work for the industry. they are supposed to work for the american people. and so the first question not the last question but the first question should be if you are going to rearrange the flight patterns it's not how does it help the profitability of a
underneath it. so -- so this is a issue in getting federal agencies to the responsive to the people they work for. >> is the faa responsive or unresponsive. >> i characterize it as right now the ball is in the air and we will see where it comes down. but we are on them. >> we will follow up on that because. >> do. >> because a lot of femme people fill me inbox with complibts about that good to e with complaints about that. >> thank you. >> that's it for me now back to my colleagues for more wbz news. >> thanks very much. and barry has another look at the forecast for day. >> hot. >> hot back to you. >> you are done. >> anyway heats talk about august and -- let's talk about august and every day the red squares above average temperatures. that means for the month so far
additional above average days but not really big above average days like thursday and fridaybut we will have one today that's going to be way above average for sure. how about rainfall? we have got about .4 of an inch. and into early this morning from the thunderstorms we had move through around 2 to 3 this morning. so, we are still below average of course in rainfall in boston but many areas gets beneficial rain from the 76 dew point 73. so the hour by hour it's going to be going up and we will be in the around 87 at 11 around 9 # at -- 92 at 1 and 94 at 3 and it goes down whether there's a thunderstorm late in boston this afternoon remains to be seen but there's scattered ones around. narrow string of storms now across extreme northern ver hemont and showers mostly not much lightning and extends southwestward and we continue to extend southwestward and we will see what's going on.
and extends southwestward down to the plume of tropical moisture which gave 25 to 30 inches of rain maximum some of the biggest rainfall totals down here in louisiana. so some of the tropical moisture will come along the boundary and up into new england but going across from ohio valley into new york state and into northern new england and we may get some few showers and storms out of that late tuesday but it's probably northern new england that will get the heaviest rain out of that on that later tuesday and tuesday night. northeast corridor all the way down to florida. and -- 90s in the northeast corridor all the way to florida. well on way to getting into the 90s today. boston this is the 1th day this season -- 16th day this season this year we have gone over 90. dew points 73 to 75 extending all the way southwestward. there is drier air but it's a long way off. it will turn a little drier tomorrow. but due . in the middle 60s. -- dew points in the middle
it had feel like 100 to 105. the heat advisory issued by the national weather service. teak it easy today like friday when it was -- priss pressive and -- oppressive and with the the high humidity and the excessive heat warning up is for extreme southern new england for feeling like maybe more than 100 degrees. at the beach temperatures very hot. tide is high right about now on the way out. and looking at the which are going to be at fenway park around 93 degrees this afternoon. sweltering at fenway park for sure. and we may see a few scattered showers and thunderstorms coming along later this afternoon. want to look at the dew point trend. way up in the oppressive zone today slightly drier tomorrow but still classified as sticky. and almost unoppress -- unimprissive and 73 on tuesday and drier on wednesday dew
62. dog days until further notice but today is one of the worst compared to last friday a few thunderstorms on tuesday and drier on wednesday. a few more storms on thursday. there you go kerry. there you have it. >> we will tack it. thank you. and -- take it. thank you. animated heroes star ship captain and what you can expect as boston comic con hits the home tread --
if you yearn to travel at warp speed aboard the star shipenterprise william shatner will be back at boston comic con to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic tflt v series star trek -- tv soaries star trek. he chatted -- series star trek. he chatted about his career and the show. >> o. my god i just incredibly the original captain kirk. he is the best. he is awesome. >> he is. he is the best of the best. tens of thousands are expected to attend comic con to meet withcomic creators and and mated. costumes are not re-- animators. cost apples are not required -- costumes are not required but that's part of the fun. and barry has the forecast.
60 types of fudge. and barry is here with a look at our final summary which is feeling summery. >> hot until further notice but today is the hottest. not quite as hot as friday was but still right up there ranking very close to it when we get the heat advisory up and part of the reason an excessive heat warning so take it easy. again like friday, we had a nice break yesterday. we will get a few little breaks this week but nothing like what we had yesterday. 85 to 90 much of the week a few thunderstorms later and keep- eye to the sky a few could be strong and some more late tuesday and maybe a couple on thursday as well. so there you have it. doesn't lock like we will have in -- look like we will have any super dry polar air this week but slight intrusion of drier air but today is a present. >> yeah. barry burbank thanks so much. have a wonderful day everybody and we are so glad you joined
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