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. breaking news right now at 4:30. a kayaker missing off quincy for hours finally found safe. how he made it to shore. >> also a strange smell resources evacuations at an apartment building. the danger inside that sent six >> commuter rail workers fired. others under investigation. how the company says she violated the trust of taxpayers. . good morning, everybody. >> thursday morning, it is the 8th day of september. let's welcome in danielle niles to talk about the forecast as we move toward the weekend.
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well. dense fog advisory is up until 9:00 a.m. right at the immediate coastline, all the areas shaded in gray here, all the way from essex county, visibility a quarter of a mile or less at times, in spots. so something to be aware of. quarter mile visibility in marsh field right now. half a mile in boston. it is widespread and locally dense this morning. so you'll notice it's 66 in boston. middle to upper 60s for most of us as you step out the door. sunshine come out. there's a few hugging the coastline of showers, southern bristol and plymouth county right now. yes ethere will be an isolated shower but plenty of dry times. temperatures come out of the 60s as the fog burns off. breaks of sun. 75 by midday with an isolate shower. the wind will come off the
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second half looks drier and brighter. temperatures in the low 80s. we push 90 tomorrow. we'll talk about that in your weekend, in just a few. we begin with breaking news in quincy. a kayaker missing for most of the night has been located, safe. we've learned 30-year-old kyle raker's kayak overturned. coast guard officials say he was not wearing a life jacket and lost most of his belongings. his kayak is still adrift right w. 2:15 this morning when his girlfriend called authorities to say he was safe. coast guard says this a reminder to always wear a life jacket and come prepared with the proper emergency equipment. some developing news in boston where police are investigating a shooting in dorchester. a man was shot on ripley street at about 8:30 last night. no word yet on the victim's condition or whether police have made any arrests in that case.
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hospital for grand prix poisoning. strain turned out to be a problem with the oil burner that's when they discovered the problem. officials say the levels were extremely high. everyone was ordered out of the 16 units of the riverside community. >> the alarm went off so i opened up the door and i could smell something. so i grabbed my. >> somebody called, like i said, he smelled something funny and situation. >> the six victims have a hyperbaric chamber. residents were allowed back in once the air had been cleared out. sim months after a deadly -- six months after a deadly accident a newton man has been charged in the case. brad casler's car crashed into sweet tomatoes. the mother of one of the victims is now speaking out. julie loncich has the latest. >> reporter: for six months the
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wondered when or if this indictment might come. >> we've been waiting and waiting. >> reporter: he will anor desmond lost her daughter on march 1st. >> she was a good person, i can't understand, you know, why this happened. >> reporter: when an suv driven by bradford casler plowed into the pizza shop. >> the next couple of days was almost like i was in a dream. >> reporter: miele and 32-year-old gregory morin a young father and husband were picking up dinner. seven other customers and employees were also injured. some of them seriously. >> he has to be accountable for something. >> reporter: on wednesday, 55-year-old casler was charged with two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one count of operating a motor vehicle to endanger. charges miele's mother are a start. >> i just think that it should be brought to justice, whatever
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and it still is tough, i tell you. every day when the phone rings, i think it's her calling me. >> reporter: brad casler's mother told me she had no comment. the arraignment date has not been set. today's primary day in massachusetts. there are no statewide races on the ballot -- ballot but there are contested open seats in the cape and berkshires and several counties will be ti voter turnout is expected to be low with only 10% of registered voters casting ballots. vice presidential candidate and former massachusetts governor will speak to students at emerson college today. wells is running with gary johnson on the libertarian ticket. they will be securing a spot in the presidential debate. to do that they need 15% of the vote in the public opinion polls. hillary clinton and donald
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last night they took the same stage answering questions from veterans. cbs' hannah daniels has the highlights. >> the main thing is i have great judgment. donald trump fought to win over voters last night. maintaining he was against the war in iraq. >> i was totally against the war in iraq. >> reporter: hinting at a private plan to defeat isis. >> if i win, i don't want to broadcast to the enemy. >> reporter: republican nominee was challenge veteran who questioned his immigration policy for military members. >> do you believe that an undocument person who serves -- who wants to serve in the u.s. armed forces deserves to stay in this country legally. >> reporter:. >> that's a very special situation and i could see myself working that out. absolutely. >> reporter: trump grew defensive with when questioned by matt laurer about his relationship with russia's president. >> if he says great things about me, i'm say things about him. >> an absolute rock steadiness.
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her temperament while drawing a line in the middle east. >> we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again and we're not putting ground troops into syria. >> reporter: the dom knee spent much of the night defending herself against her e-mail scandal. >> i communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system. i took it very seriously. >> reporter: the two candidate go head to head in their first de hannah daniels, cbs news. six commuter rail employees fired where their attendance and timecards. an internal audit found the issues in a mechanical department. the company says the employees broke the rules of ethics and violated taxpayer trust. three other employees are under investigation. most students in the city of
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mayor marty walsh and superintendent tommy chaing will visit several schools this morning to wish the kids well. the mayor also starred in a video welcoming students back filmed while he helped do some touchups. grades 1 through 12 start today, but kindergarteners start next week. the boston bruins new practice facility officially opens today. it's called warrior ice arena. it's located in boston's landing along the grand opening along with the governor and mayor. after the opening ceremony, the first game will take place on that ice, some youth all-stars will face off the bruins alumni. fans can score tickets today for the upcoming season at 11:00 this morning. they will open the season against the new jersey devils at the td garden on october 20th. . new this morning, the red
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innings in -- solid innings last night. travis shaw, ramirez and brock hotels all homered for the sox. they'll have tonight off before beginning a three-game series against the second place blue jays in toronto tomorrow. coming up on wbz this morning, a local doctor who beat ebola hitting the road today. >> the new mission as he bikes across massachusetts. >> also ahead this morning, an injured dog recovery. we'll have an update on maverick, the dog that chewed off part of his paw. >> the new rules at disney world for kids entering the park. >> as boston heads back to school today, we're celebrating some of our favorite students. this is the son of photographer mike townsend. jonah is in the fifth grade this
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. today's money watch, good news for airport travelers. there's a new most interesting man in the world. >> is it you? >> you've got fob kidding. >> plus reaction to apple's
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those stories and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, kate and eastbound. -- ken. apple didn't really wow investors. shares rose but only by a fraction. the iphone 7 is water resistant. there's a longer battery life and better camera. there will be lightening ear pads or converter. or you can wait for october for the wireless earbuds. spur sales. disney world are now requiring children to have their fingers scanned before entering the theme park. it's a way to prevent people from sharing tickets. older guests have already been scanning their fingers. getting through the airport is getting -- getting faster. the government says 92% of travelers waited an average of just 15 minutes or less at airport security checkpoints this summer even though there were more flyers. the tsa did hire more people after travelers complained of
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get through security lines. and dough seccy's beer introduced his new most interesting man of the world. he's from france. he speaks spanish. he can split a coconut with his bare hands. he does have some pretty big shoes to fill. goldsmith held that title for a decade. ken, can you split a coconut with your bare hands? >> i have to admit i have never tried, but i doubt it. often, to be honest with you. >> jill, i think we need to get a coconut to see how interesting my co-anchor is. >> reporter: let's do it. the bar has been set high. >> jill, thank you, appreciate it. >> what's the job pay? that's all i want to know. >> nothing. it pays absolutely nothing. you get the title. he's pretty interesting without the coconut. >> absolutely. i do think you would have a good karate job. you would get it.
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we'll vet to get a coconut. fog advisories in place. late visibility a quarter of a mile or less at times. so it is going to be thick in spots. just be aware of that as you step outside this morning. 66 in boston right now. upper 60s in laurens. we're in the upper 60s too. 69 fitchburg. it is a bit of a mild start and muggy start. 65 to 70 all the way from marsh field to new bedford. 71 on the vineyard. satellite and radar quiet. we very light. hugging the coastline. a few more coming over buzzard bay. you'll get a quick shower or two. that's still some of that remnant moisture from hermine. weaker clockwise spin to our south. it stays a bit unsettled over the next 24 hours. we come into the 80s today, though. 80 at the coastline. boston to rockport, lower to middle 80s. there will be a chance of a shower or thunderstorm. it will be brief as it comes on
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tonight around 70. so it is going to be mild. this morning, a couple of showers through the morning commute. i think they'll be isolated. midday, still some clouds, still a shower or two. but breaks of sunshine do manage to come out, particularly during the second half of the day. and then the clouds fill back in tonight, this is the map at 10:30. shower or a brief thunderstorm and let's say midnight, 1:00 a.m., and then tomorrow morning looks like a dry start to the commute with a blend of sun and clouds. it is going to be hot tomorrow. 90 in boston. the record to beat 93. so i don't think we quite get there. but it is going to be hot across the region. metro west down to the southshore mid to upper 80s on the cape right around 80 on nantucket. the front does come through tomorrow, about about -- but it doesn't have a whole lot of
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bit less humid air comes in. saturday, mainly dry. it looks like we start with a blend of sun and clouds. there could be a shower on the cape saturday morning and then saturday night, this is the next disturbance that comes in. there will be a chance of a shower or thunderstorm saturday night into the first part of sunday. the rest of the weekend looking mainly dry with temperatures in the 80s. beautiful start to next week. sunshine mid-70s on monday. so more normal for this time of the year. but then another warm up into the 80s by tuesday wednesday. ken, kate. >> good deal. thank you. the massachusetts doctor who survived ebola is raising money to fight another deadly virus. today dr. rick sacra starts a bike ride that will last three days. he will discuss the resurgence of hiv in countries like lie peer i can't which is still -- liberia which is still healing.
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paw to escape a tight tether is settling in with his new family. you may remember the story of maverick the german shepherd. >> he's still recovering from the injury. but as nicole jacobs shows us he's now getting the love and support he needs. >> reporter: if you've ever wondered what a little tlc can do, you're looking at it. >> sit. >> reporter: just over a year old, maverick has overcome a lot in his few dog years, and deep down. >> he's a t will the of love, but he's still puppy. >> reporter: mark first heard the store back in july. >> went to the website to make a donation for his surgery and there was a link there that said if you're interested in adopting. >> reporter: the poor pup chewed off his paw to free himself from abuse. rescued once by animal officials and then again by the douglas family. the first meeting mark police department -- mark just knew this was a friendship meant to last.
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he was giving kisses. within a minute he rolled over. >> reporter: his foot is still in the heals phase and perhaps his emotions too. >> he sleeps next to me on the floor next to my bed. he checks on us once or twice a night. >> reporter: mark knows the dog breed well. this is his third. it comes at a sad anniversary, the death of his second one. >> good job. >> reporter: maverick and mark are surely on their way to a lifelong bond of loyalty where maverick seems to underst who saved him. >> he's a great dog. >> reporter: nicole jacobs, wbz news. >> am i allowed to cry on tv. it's awesome. maverick has had a little bit of a set back. he goes in for an additional surgery today. >> dogs are great. >> second chances. i love it. >> good stuff. >> you are allowed to cry on tv. still ahead, boston body camera battle. >> how soon a judge is expected
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officers will actually have to wear them. >> and a community comes together, the incredible show of support for a young boy battling cancer. >> and return -- we're turning back the clock as boston heads back to school. this is our producer on her very first day of kindergarten. look at that cute little outfit. >> that is a cute outfit. 0. >> a lean pollock sending off her first and preschooler. good luck to all the students heading back to class this
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. we are following breaking news this morning from quincy. a kayaker missing for most of the night has finally been located safe. 30-year-old kyle raker's kayak overturned and he had to swim to shore. officials say he was not wearing a life jacket and lost all of his belongings. his kayak is still adrift right now. the searas 2:15 this morning when raker's girlfriend called authorities to say he was safe. we will have a live report from quincy ahead. students at boston university are mourning the death of a freshman killed by an mbta commuter train. police have not revealed the victim's identity pending notification of his parents in china. investigators say the 17 year old apparently walked on to the tracks and was hit tuesday night. an mbta employee found the
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was held there for three hours. >> preliminary investigation suggests this is a tragic horrendous accident. >> i looked out the window and i saw dozens of police on the train tracks searching with flashlights and we saw a body sprawled out. >> police are still investigating how and why that student got on to the tracks. investigators are going over new video of the hit-and-run in lowell. the driver crashed into a teenager and then sped away. you can see the driver speed into this group of people. two of them jump out of the and the driver runs right into her. it happened on monday. that woman is out of the hospital. police are now looking for a gray or silver sedan with front end damage and a cracked windshield. three firefighters are recould havering after this house fire in hingham. the fires burned through this historic building yesterday. a neighbor tells us she was moving out when she saw the smoke pouring -- pouring from the home. >> i heard the men screaming, and i did think, like, wow,
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thought he might have been mad. but then it was like get out now, and then everybody out. >> the three injured firefighters will be okay. no word yet on what caused that fire. >> we should know by friday whether boston police will be forced to wear body cameras. the two sides took their battle to court but with no agreement, it's now up to the judge. when officers didn't volunteer for the pilot program, the police commissioner randomly chose 100 officers to participate. their union sued tha violates their contract. a local high school is rallying behind an 11 year old in the fight of his life. last night, connor hefler was named an honorary captain of the boy's soccer team. the national anthem was sung by renee rancourt. he is battling a rare stage four terminal cancer. but despite that tough diagnosis, his positivity remained contagious. >> how do keep that positive
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negative. >> you don't have a choice. we as a family refuse to let one day go by and make it negative. >> and the show of support wasn't just on the field. fans were asked to wear connor's favorite colors, blue and orange and raffle tickets were sold to fund his treatment. >> i love that advice, just don't think about the negative. >> i think that's a great idea. still to come, the treat for pets and their owners in boston. >> up next rolling into town today. >> on this back-to-school thursday how about our editor tie nam i can duo. summer is over, guys. -- dynamic duo. summer is over, guys. dynamic duo. summer is over, guys. -- dynamic duo.
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. food trucks are one of the best places to get lunch in boston. and today your dog can enjoy the same experience. the good stuff pet truck will be on the rose kennedy greenway offering free dog treats, trai at a healthy weight. you can see the truck at state and atlantic from 4:00 to 7:00. that's late for lunch. dogs will eat any time. >> any time of the day is a good time to eat. your top stories, weather and traffic all straight ahead. >> the news at 5:00 starts right now. breaking news right now at 5:00, a kayaker missing off the quincy coast for hours found safe overnight. how he was able to make it back
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sending six people to the hospital, including children. what prompted crews to evacuate the building. >> measure is over, students at boston public schools getting up early and heading back to school today. . 5:00 on the button. good morning, everyone. i'm ken mcleod. >> i'm kate merrill thanks for joining us. it's thursday, september 8th. back t kids. good morning, danielle. >> it's going to be a warm start to the day. bus stop forecast featuring some fog. visibility a quarter of a mile or less at times. so something to be aware of as you head out the door. quarter mile visibility at logan airport right now. the fog is widespread and patchy. locally thick. 67 in boston. 68 in taunton. many of us running in the mid to upper 60s with mainly dry start,


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