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. breaking news right now at 4:30. a teenager shot in south bost. >> cartoon controversy. a police on i don't know accusing the boston globe of inciting racial tension. >> what about an injury. . good morning to you. it is 4:30 right now. >> thanks so much for waking up with with us. it's tuesday, august sceneth. a chance of some storms. >> there is likely be some thunderstorms. a few of them could become strong to severe.
72 in bost. 59 in keen. a few scatters clouds. we'll get some partial sunshine as we wake up this morning. but there will be a few showers that develop. the storm prediction center has put us in a slight risk, all the way from bost to hartford to new york city, to philly today -- philly. so this morning, many pf us will be dry. i can't rule out an isolated shower or brief downpour. this may be a little bit underdone. either way it's from 1:00 storms develop. by t mid to late afternoon, and there may be one more round that comes in to central massachusetts this evening. so your planner goes this way, isolated shower, upper 60s. scattered storms, 82 for the ride home. >> thank you very much. breaking overnight. say teenager shot in south bost. the 15 year old is in surgery
that shooting happened on gavin way just before midnight. police were searching the area for suspects overnight. they're asking anyone with information to call them. another shooting investigation overnight, this one in brockton. police in the plymouth county sheriff's department was on the scene over oak street. one person was shot while sitting on a bench. no word on the victim's condition. a violent carjacking in charlestown, police say a man pulled a gun on the driver at bank then took off in their car. officers followed the suspect to somerville where they arrested him. police have not identified the suspect. they say no one was hurt. tragedy on the cape, a father drowns while his two young children the shore. it happened at joshua pond enter osterville. crews recovered the man's body after searching for about an hour. two children couldn't find their dad, that's when they asked an adult for help. >> well, they were playing on the shoreline, they were very young and they looked up and
go for a swim they told him they were looking for their father. >> the identity of the victim has not is described as a man between 25 and 35 years old. police are still investigating. 65 years after he left to fight in the korea war, the remains of a cambridge man will finally be home today. ronald sparks died in a north korea war camp with when he was matched his dna with an unknown soldier in hawaii. he will be honored today with a procession and ceremony at cambridge city hall after his remains arrive. a funeral will be held today for vanessa marcotte. hundreds of feld gathered yesterday for her wake. including a bus full of colleagues from google. marcotte who grew up in lem
ago while jogging. police received more than 600 tips in the case but so far no arrests have been made. if you do have any information that might help with the investigation, you're asked to call this tip line. you can remain anonymous. a cartoon controversy has the bost police patrolman's association upset. the cartoon appeared in yesterday's globe. it shows two officers, one holding a sign that says miranda rights for white people, the other officer w reads last rights for black people. patrolman's association says the inflammatory cartoon comes at a sensitive time. in a statement they publishing this type of false and negative editorial cartoon serves only one person, and that's to insight racial tension between the police and the communities that we live in, work in, and have sworn to protect. convicted killer and former patriots tight end aaron hernandez is due in court. he is scheduled to appear for a
he's accused of killing two men in the south end in 2012. hernandez has recently hired a new legal team. a health clinic is apologizing after locking up and leaving an 86-year-old dialysis patient inside. this photo was taken of maurer ren perry. perry had finished treatment hours earlier at the clinic. an ambulance was called to b center where she was staying. but the building was locked when they arrived. the fire department had to rescue maureen. now the fresenius dialysis clinic admitted a male staffer overlooked her. >> couldn't really do for herself. she just unfortunately couldn't get back to her residence. it takes a toll on the body. it's a very exhausting procedure. so they obviously -- when they're complete, they want to
statement reading in part, we have initiated additional processes and safeguards to make sure an incident like this does not happen again. it is unclear if the worker will be reprimanded. checking in on campaign 2016 for you this morning. donald trump vowing to overhaul the country's immigration screening process. he wants who sympathize with extremist groups or don't embrace american values. he calls it an extreme vetting of immigrants versus a general ban on muslims from entering the country. >> w this country those that share our values and respect our people. in the cold war we had an ideological screening test. the time is overdue to develop a new screening test for -- >> meanwhile hillary clinton on campaign trial with vice president joe biden in scranton
plan secret. and then it turns out the secret is he has no plan. >> clinton will be in philadelphia for a voter registration event. trump has a campaign stop in wisconsin tonight. on thursday, his running mate mike pence will attend an event in new hampshire. president obama is mixing business with pleasure during his vacation on martha's vineyard. hours after another round of golf yesterday, the president headlined a fund-raiser for hillary clinton, some tickets for than $3,300. it is 4:37 right now. there are to words no patriots fan wants to hear, is grofrng hurt the tight end was forced to leave practice yesterday. steve burton has the latest. >> reporter: well good morning. at pats training camp yesterday, he had an injury scare. they were holding a seven on seven drill against the bears. he he was trying to catch a pass, and headed back to the locker room.
turned off their cameras so we don't have footage. still too early to say if it's serious. he hasn't played since 2012 so we probably wouldn't have seen him play this thursday against the bears this thursday anyway. he had elman had a injury scare last week and he was on the practice field the very next day. guys over to you. >> hoping to see him back on the field today. coming up on wbz this morning, the first of the for your car. >> automaker introducing a wireless traffic light system. how it works and how much it will cost. >> plus bike rentals coming to more bost neighborhoods. >> also shake shack giving away some free food today to celebrate an opening here in
bost. we have all the juicy details
brookline, cambridge and somerville. in today's money watch, google is debuting its video chatting app. >> plus the popular hotel chain hit by hackers. jil wagner is live at the new york stock exchange. good morning, jil. >> reporter: good morning. hotel operator hei says at least 20 properties in the united states, including hyatt, star wood and marriott hotels have been hacked. malware may have collected customers names and credit it and debit card as march 2015. hei is advising customers to report any unusual charges. >> google is launching its own video chatting app for phones. it's called duo. it's meant to compete with face time, skype, there is one against. duo has a feature it's called knock, knock, it will give the resip wednesday a glimpse of calling. duo is available on apple and android phones. >> awedy wants to give drivers a
red light. they're introducing a new industry-first technology that will tell drivers how long they will have to wait. they say it should make driving more relaxed. they are patterning with certain cities. it should be available next year. >> shake shack is opening its 100th location today to celebrate the first 100 customers, they will get shack burger. doors open at 10:30 a.m. new york, thank you guys in boston. >> you're going to be in line at 10:30, jill? >> i mean, i get out of here at around 10:15 so i think that works perfectly. >> thank you. get in the hover anything for a burger, right? >> no kidding. let's get a check of the forecast. we have more unsettled weather. >> the humidity is coming back. with that comes a threat of
we'll track it on for you. it's a quiet start. 65 the dew point. the wind is calm out there right now. it's going to kick up later on this afternoon. we have 70s, 60s, and 50s on the map, though, as you're stepping out. 67 in manchester and wooster, 64 in taunton. upper 60s to low 70s on the cape and 59 in keen right now. the dew point, 65 eastern massachusetts. so it's starting to creep back up a little bit. you zoom out toumid air to our south through d.c. this surge of humidity comes in and with it will come that threat for thunderstorms. so a couple of showers this morning. notice this little area that's just starting to develop in the burke shears and then back in the lower connecticut river valley. so we may get 1 or 2 showers here north and west of the boston this morning. there's additional activity back to t have the umbrella on standy today. here's what happens from now to mid to late morning, we may get
increase. breaks in sunshine through the cloud cover today. an isolated shower through 2:00, 3:00. and then mts to develop. the deep red, we have a ton of moisture coming in. so any thunderstorms that have developed today, holy heavy rainfall will b one of the primary threats. when we get one more round possibly weakening out of western massachusetts. so in terms of the highest risk today, localized flooding there, then damaging wind gusts, hail and tornado a lower risk though, although a warm front which is what we have today, sometimes you can get rotating thunderstorms so that's something we will watch closely. 82 in rock port.s low toid any thunderstorms are going to end later on this evening. we'll be mostly cloudy tonight.
highs tomorrow will be a little bit warmer. we go 85 to 90 in many communities, but the humidity will drop a little bit. so it feels more comfortable. in fact, here's a map tomorrow morning. we start with sun and clouds. there may be a stray sprinkle. most of us won't see it. thursday looking mainly dry as well that front pushes off thei. any thunderstorms should stay positioned well to our west at that point. so today's kind of theost active day of the nextev we push near 90 for tomorrow and thursday. it will be a warm end to the week. can't rule out an isolated storm this weekend. but it looks mainly dry. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s for saturday and sunday. >> all right. thank you so much for that. seven people have died from extreme flooding in louisiana. the rain has mostly stopped but many rivers and creeks could still overflow their banks. residents south of baton rouge spent the day filling sandbags to protect their homes. others were allowed back in
some neighborhoods got more than two feet of rain over the course of just two days. and in northern california, an st homes and businesses and caused an estimated $10 million in damage. police arrested a 40-year-old man yesterday they say he's suspected of societying the fire. and 17 other fires in the last year alone. this latest fire has burned 4,000 acres. it's still not under control. charges now filed against a man deadly shooting of an imam and his associate in new york. officers picked up the suspect sunday night after he was involved in an unrelated hit-and-run near the scene. the shooting was called on surveillance camera. police say they recovered a resolver at the home and clothes similar to what he was wearing. the motive is under investigation. a calmer nht days after a de shooting. a curfew may have helped. everyone under 18 had to be off
last night. the police chief says at least six people were arrested, but there was no property damage like previous nights. the unrest began after the shooting of a 23-year-old black man on saturday. police say body camera video shows the suspect with a gun in his hand. the department of justice is now investigating. >> get down on the ground. >> a shooting scare at jfk airport it may have been caused by people watching the olympics. an internal police celebrations over usain bolt's win in the 100 meter dash may have triggered the panic and lead to a false report of gunfire. 4:48 right now. a convicted killer fight be for a new trial and he says letters from a mobster could be the key. fred whi chel has been behind bars for 35 years for a murder in brain tree. he says he's innocent. weichel claims he was in a bar
he says he presented connell whether backing up his story. bull jer wrote him letters. >> there were a number of letters from bulger to me that were written in a code that without him testifying i can't get into evidence. >> a report from 1980 recently came to light that names another man as a suspect in the murder. weichel's lawyer says the report fell through the cracks and never made it to the d.a.'s office. 4:49 right now. thanks for being here with us. just ahead, a new feen during pregnancy. >> plus nasal spray or flu shot for kids, a new study. >> we have the fallout for hanover kennel after the death of a dog. we'll be right back.
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department were on the scene near the chatham west apartments off oak street. the enterprise tells us one person was shot while sitting on a bench. a kennel will remain closed for now after the death of a dog. the owner is facing animal cruelty charges. he did not attend a meeting with the board last night but his attorney did. an agreement was reached that briar wood kennel's lse remain suspended. investigators say ricardo's own dog attacked a three-year-old golden doodle last month. that dog died. recar dough decided on his own to have the doggugenized. charter schools have submitted proposals and 12 others that are already here want to expand. the current state cap on charter schools could prevent them from being approved. voters will consider a ballot question in november that would allow yearly increases in charter school enrollment. the trip between cambridge
back. work crews on the long fellow bridge are putting the finishing touches on the boston icon. the 58-othat gives the bridge its nickname have been undergoing restoration for about two years. they were cleaned piece by piece before being put -- before being put back together. travelers looking to enroll in the tsa's precheck program have a opening today. those who sign up for the program and are approved get to use a faster security line where you don't have to remove your shoes, liquids or laptops. officials say there are appointments available and walk-ins are welcome through saturday. in today's health watch a warning for women about a popular painkillers say taking acetaminophen when you're pregnant may make your child hyper active. a new study found more than half
tylenol had children with behavioral problems. acetaminophen has long been considered a safe pain rerefers for pregnant women. another study finds nasal prey just as much protection again the mru as standard shots. those findings challenges the recent recommendation not to use the nasal spray. others found the spray to be ineffective. but researchers at mcmaster university in canada say the results come from a three-year randomized trail involving about horses rescued are getting medical care. officers removed the animals on sunday, they say the owners had become overwhelmed and can no longer take care of the horses. the spca is asking for donations to help pay for the treatment costs. well if you didn't know jimmy buffet is playing a show saturday and mans field police have a -- mansfield police have a stern warning. use the porta-potty as provided. officers are saying no to the
they will not be permitted or tolerated. officers put out a notice saying there will be plenty of health code compliant toilet that's are aren't attached to the bumper of a pick-up truck. they deposit on to say, concert-goers should think of it as experience to build character. potty talk at 4:56 on a tuesday. >> come on. >> you can't make it up. it's creative. those potties are creative. >> they're disgusting too. coming up a squirrel sticky situation. >> the rodent gets a cup caught on its head. we'll show you who came to its
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fit. . a little squirrel with a big problem in connecticut. he got his head stuck in a cup here. the video shows the squirrel jumping around. it took tries for e.m.s. is to get the cup off the squirrel. they covered the animal with a blanket, they pulled it off. the squirrel rm runs away. thanks for the help. see you later. >> that squirrel could jump pretty high. >> yeah, no kidding. >> pretty good. >> well i'm glad it's okay. your stop stories traffic, and weather are all straight ahead. >> the news at 5:00 starts right now. breaking right now at 5:00, a teenager shot in south boston. the investigation underway. and the new tee tails we're
a jogger murdered in princeton, plus the latest for the search of the killer. a cartoon in one local paper sparking controversy. why a police union says it's inciting racial tension in the community. 0. good morning to you. it's 5:00 right now. thanks so much nor joining us. >> it is tuesday, august 16th. danielle is here with a check on the forecast. so the humidity is going back up, and with that will come a threat for thunderstorms. some of them could become strong to severe later on today. 72 in boston. out the door right now, mid-60s from lawrence to manchester. 68 in wooster. and 59 in keen this morning. it's a pretty quiet start. the clouds have been advancing and there are a couple of showers and brief downpours in the burke shears right now.