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breaking at 11:00 p.m. tropical storm hermine strengthseninging -- strengthing. taking aim at florida. a young boy shot in the face while playing with a friend. >> and a new england mother rushing to save her child from a fiery crash at gas station. how she rescued him with seconds to spare. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, wbz new s at 11:00 p.m. starts breaking right now at 11:00 p.m. tropical storm hermine gaining strength and churning towards florida tonight and it could have an impact on our labor day weekend. a teenager is of emergency for parts of the gulf of mexico. it could become a hurricane by tomorrow. the rain started flooding neighborhood by tampa. >> let's get to eric fisher. a close eye on this one.
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more strengthening with hermine. 60 miles per hour sustained winds. picking up forward speed, moving to the north, northeast at 10 and takes it in this direction through the next 24 hours. it is not the same on both sides. strongest winds, heaviest rainfall on the eastern side, more heavy rain for florida. they have seen land ting around tampa. hurricane warn -- flooding around tampa. hurricane warnings. tropical storm warnings on either side. here is the latest track. land fall late tomorrow night, towards friday, moves up the eastern seaboard. what happens towards this weekend? dome of high pressure over new england. that will stall the system. south of long island into the
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it givers us rain. further south this is a system that will keep us dry. we will end up with cool temperatures and breezes and rough seas. friday dry. saturday also looks dry. sunday into monday a chance of rain bands moving in. we need the rain. more about the potential of this storm and how you should peak plans for the holiday weekend -- make plans for the holiday weekend coming up. >> thank you. we will track tropical hermine through the night. for the latest watch wbz news tomorrow morning starting at 4:30 a.m. developing right now, a boy shot in the face at home. in stable condition tonight. sources tell wbz the 11-year- old was playing with a friend at the time when the friend accidentally shot him. the big question right now in the investigation, how did they get a hold of the gun? wbz's jim smith is live with
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question at this hour. investigators tell us the gun was legally owned but the two boys were somehow able to get their hands on it and then one of them got shot. >> reporter: police returned to the scene wednesday night. gathering evidence, coming back. a spot where the unthinkable happened. a boy, 11-years-old shot in the face accidentally. the victim somehow got a hold of a hand gun and inthgun went off -- the gun went off. >> the kid was covered with blood in the face. they were playing together. >> reporter: the victim was rushed to the hospital and then airlifted to a boston hospital where he was listed in stable condition. it is unclear if an adult was home at the time. the da said the gun was legally
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somebody did not try intentionally hurt somebody. we have to see what direction we will go. >> reporter: the shooting shocked the neighborhood. people are devastated. >> i panicked. i panicked big time. you don't expect anything like that to happen here. but, you know, so many -- i hear so often kids get a of a gun. >> reporter: once again this boy is in stable condition. that was the last report from investigators. police who responded to the scene, they are having problems as well because of what they went through. they are offered counseling. jim smith, wbz news. police are stepping up patrols after a woman says a stranger approached her while she was out for a gun.
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others in the wake of another jobber's unsolved murder. she was killed while running. we wanted to get to wbz's louisa moller who is live tonight. >> reporter: the jogger also sent a detail message to her friends and the police chief is telling residents if they feel anything suspicious, they should not hesitate to call the police. >> repo: headed towards me as i have runsing. >> reporter: this is the message -- running. >> reporter: this is the message the woman sent to her friends after an eerie experience during her morning jog. a neighbor read it to us. >> the driver slowed down. stopped. at this point i was sandwiched. >> the jogger was alone tuesday when she says a suspicious van drove towards
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what happened next, still gives her goose bumps. >> would you like water, that is weird. she was, like, backing up to get away from him and saw someone in the back. she high tailed it to get away and called the authorities. >> reporter: recent news, the murder of another jogger. less than 15 miles away. the killing is still unsolved. >> we wa everyone walks in the neighborhood. >> reporter: the jogger was able to provide police with a description. a large green van and a marshall massachusetts registration 930. once again the chief says residents are his eyes and ears. come forward if you have any information. no matter how small. the jogger described the man as a man in his 50s or 60s.
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louisa moller, wbz news. camp pain 2016 tonight. donald trump making news on immigration in a long awaited policy speech. it comes hours after a meeting with mexican president. the questions about the wall and who would pay for it. wbz's liam martin is live tonight. a short time ago he made it clear he is standing firm on building the wall. >> reporter: moments ago several family members of people killed by donald trump to endorse him and he spent time talking about that issue. criminal immigrants, the immigrants without criminal records, no amnesty. [ music playing ] >> reporter: donald trump after hinting that he would soften his illegal immigration stance gave a hard line speech wednesday night making promises on policy. >> we will build a great wall
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and mexico will pay for the wall. we are going to end catch and release. we catch them. go ahead. we catch them, go ahead. block funding for sanctuary cities. block the funding. >> reporter: donald trump had been trying to privet on an issue that stoked anger among some, trump reassuring them wednesday night. >> there is only one issue, in the immigration debate. and that issue is the well being of the american people. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: earlier wednesday trump met with mexican president enrique pena nieto calling it a success but saying they didn't discuss who would pay for the wall. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. >> reporter: wednesday night president enrique pena nieto suggesting that is not true.
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clear mexico would not pay for the wall. trump did not address that specific claim in his speech. but said mexico will pay. tonight trump addressed war refugees coming to the u.s. from iraq and syria. saying he would use extreme vetting including certifications to make sure the people seeking asylum here love the u.s. liam martin, wbz news little time taking a swipe at donald trump. democratic presidential nominee said it takes more to make up for insult said than a 26 trip to mexico -- quick trip to mexico. several college students burned out of their home by fire and we learned the apartments should never have been rented in the first place. we want to get to julie loncich live in austin tonight. this comes as thousands of
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the city. >> reporter: move in day is indeed tomorrow. it is also the same day the city will be meeting with the landlord of the apartment and an apartment they say is illegal. >> there was a lot of smoke. the flames went up. >> reporter: four alarms wednesday morning. had the tenants been home there would >> this is a room and board house. each had their own room with a locked door. >> reporter: an illegal apartment. officials say the building had inadequate smoke detecters and no sprinklers which is required. >> the rent is astronomical. >> reporter: september 1 is move in day.
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neighborhoods looking for violations. >> third bedroom didn't have windows. was not supposed to be a window. the people who were living there were, like, no, this is a bedroom. >> reporter: 3 died in fires in austin alone, including a student who pirpaished on the third floor of this -- perished on the third floor of this home. >> it is important to make sure smoke detectors. >> reporter: the landlord of the apartment also owns several properties across the city but had no previous violations. julie loncich, wbz news. police are investigating a crash that killed two passengers on board an airport shutting bus. a car rear ended the bus this morning. the two victims a man and woman
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shuttle bus as it was heading to a hotel. no charges against the car driver. mother is free tonight after finally admitting that she with held cancer treatment from her dying son. she pleaded guilty to attempted murder and was sentenced to time served. she spent 5 years in prison before the state's highest court granted her a new trial. she denied treatment to her son saying it would sicker. the boy died in 2009. >> will this ever not leave her mind? i don't think so. she will live with it the rest of her life. >> she had a plea deal. she has to serve 5 years probation. the plan to equip boston police officers with body cameras is on hold. the program was supposed to start friday. the union went to court asking to temporarily stop the
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a creepy mystery in maine. next at 11:00 p.m. reports of a giant snake on the loose and the new answers we got tonight. >> heart stopping moments as a mother races into save her son during a fiery crash at gas station. what she did to get him out in time. >> and a heart warming surprise for a favor they war veteran -- navy war veteran on hi >> and when her mean moves up the coast line and what it means for our holiday weekend. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on. america runs on dunkin'. tonight dramatic new video that shows a fiery gas station crash in connecticut. a car knocks over a gas pump. the mom flies over to the side of the car to pull her children
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flames. a closer look. how intense the fire was. police tell us somehow no one was hurt. the 70-year-old behind the car in reverse is cooperating with officers. a birthday surprise in concord for an american war hero. naval chief petty officers and the commander of the uss constitution saluted this man on his special day. [ >> the 92-year-old is a medal of honor recipient. his wingman, the navy's first black carrier pilot was shot down. he intentionally crashed his own plane next to his friend to try save him. >> he gave his life for an african american, another
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extremely honored. >> huge honor. >> he stood tall and proud as each of the u.s. navy petty officers shook his hand and presented him with a piece of the ukk constitution. >> heart warming. >> it meant more to them they thought. a football mayer who didn't want to stand for a national anthem nice to see pati eric now and hermine in the gulf of mexico tonight. >> intensifying over the last couple days. watching this for 17 days now. tropical storm getting closer to hurricane status. last hurricane discussion talked about the potential to become a hurricane before it comes ashore. the track. tomorrow night and friday morning coming ashore around big bend of florida. that is just land fall. impact they have seen flooding
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will be building over the next 24 hours. then the track up the eastern seaboard and then full stop. atlantic city. what happens is it runs into a ridge of high pressure over new england and it will stit and stall here south of long island. the point where that stops is going to have the biggest impact on our forecast for labor day weekend. ridge building up over new england and north atlantic. it will stop and it will cut off. at this point it will become a post tropical storm. won't be a tropical storm or hurricane. it will be like a nor'easter sunday and monday. headlines right now, we will see high surf, rip currents this holiday weekend. saturday, sunday and monday. that is a guarantee. i wouldn't cancel any plans at this point. if the storm stalls south of
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showers or no rain. from new york city to new jersey and towards d.c. mid- atlantic more at risk. driest weekend to the north. across northern new england, vermont, new hampshire, maine, unlikely we will get rainfall. no concerns there. highest rain odds towards the south coast, cape, rhode island and connecticut. wait and see mode. i am not expecting a big powerful storm to have a high our weekend, dry on friday and saturday. we will see increasing high cloudiness saturday. the surf gets higher. on monday, labor day, that the where we have the highest chance of seeing rain. tonight, watching clouds, showers. scattered showers continue into tomorrow morning. out the door, down pours. even thunder possible as we start the day.
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the afternoon in south eastern massachusetts. sun ettled thursday. temperatures in the 60s. muggy tonight. and then into the day tomorrow, cloud cover, staying in the 70s, south and east. afternoon sun. low 80s north and west of boston. the front moves off shore tomorrow. a dry day on friday and a dry day on saturday before we watch that impact. again to the south a higher impact and i wouldn't cancel 70s all the way across. a cooler pattern heading into september. >> thank you. interesting perspective tonight on the hard to find, hard to believe 10-foot anaconda on the loose in maine. the snake skin, the picture of something sliding across the water, all of it has folks worried. an expert is 100% convinced
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>> snakes don't shed like that. i mean, some of it will be out in the open but not all of it like that. anacondas like to shed in the water. >> he says there are several anacondas in captivity in new england. he thinks someone just got a snake skin and layed it out. >> and creeped us all red sox. aaron hill coming through.
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17th of the year. for the second straight start, giving up two long home runs. including this bomb. allowing four runs on 7 hits. 4-1. bases loaded. hanley ramirez. see you later. crushing the bland slam to left. -- grand slam to 4-6 lead. more long ball. smacking the solo shot over the monster in left. 6-4 now. the 8th inning again. the game tying two run single to left. tied 6-6. sox answer right back. two men on. aaron hill came up, 0-20. he drills the base hit to
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8-6 is the final. sox pull out the much needed win. >> have a lot of faith in each other. if one player doesn't get it done the next will. >> good swings on the ball. you just keep grinding. it will [ indiscernible ] >> the jays top the orioles 5-3 so the sox didn't gain any ground. patriots tomorrow night against the giants. if you wonder if tom brady made the trip, he did. will all three quarterbacks play? you could see them tomorrow
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>> do they -- >> hold him tight. hold him -- >> i am. i am. >> hold him -- >> i am. i am. i am. >> all right. >> sports final, steve was holding an alligator that decided it wanted to get away and have steve as a snack. no one was hurt. >> fixing his jacket. very dignified. we will be right back. we will get his reactin fios is not cable. we're wired differently, which means we can fix things differently.
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