tv WBZ This Morning CBS September 11, 2016 6:00am-9:00am EDT
. a day of remembrance across the country as to bright lights shine on the 15th anniversary of the 9 /11 attacks. this is the scene in new york city. the tribute in light, memorial made up of 88 search lights positioned to represent the twin towers the tribute debuted march 11, 2002, six months after the
lanterns were carried to wall of names, a memorial to honor passengers and crew of united airlines flight 93 headed to san francisco from newark, new jersey when hijackers took over the plane apparently planning to crash into the white house or capitol building. we also remember the attack on the pentagon. now the site is only one that does not have a visitor center. victim's family trying to raise money to change that. they've raised 6 million of $25 million to get the project off the ground. we'd like to recognize two dedicated employees of the cbs family that lost their lives. robert pattinson was an engineer at our sister station in new york. he also worked at channel 7 here in boston. rivera was also an engineer. he worked at a transmitter side inside the north tower.
condolences to the rivera and pattinson families. two of the four hijacked planes took off from logan airport. more than 20 people with ties to massachusetts lost their lives that day. at 7:30 this morning, there will be a breathe laying ceremony in the boston public garden. at 8:20, the flag outside the state house will low tore half staff. volunteers will read the names of dead that will be the memorial service in the massachusetts house of representatives chamber at 9:30. it is 6:03 now. good morning everybody. i'm carrie conialey. lots coverage on the events going on here in boston as well as new york all morning long. barry and i were mentioning earlier, 15 years has passed which is unbelievable. the pain is still there. you see the pictures and feel that pain all over again.
about that day and what it meant to all of us. i know. we'll carry that forever. the families feel that pain. we'll have the coverage throughout the morning. barry has the forecast which looks a little -- what do you call? >> a mid summer morning. feels like july out there. temperatures low to middle 70s now. let's go to weather bug network. we'll see what's happening has umass campus. we'll see there it is 72 degrees. 72 there. lynnfield at the middle school at 72. at the high school in lakeville, it's 73. we've got a college, middle school and high school represented this morning. it's all muggy and warm. these are the numbers. it is crazy for this being september 11th. having it this warm and humid. it's very windy. especially over cape cod and islands. winds gusting to 30 miles per
mass this afternoon. it has a solid band of showers and storms. we'll take a closer inspection north. we'll go back and see showers many and storms you see there with lightning across vermont and new york state. this is probably going to be here in roughly 5-6 hours. expect a brief shower or thunderstorm further north and west of boston. between maybe 11:30 and south shore. we'll get up to 82-84. turning breezy and drier this afternoon with the gusty shifting wind. more on weather in seven days coming up. >> thank you. checking our other top story. one is dead after three small speedboats crash on the water. two others were hurt on watson's bond as three boats were racing.
over my 23 years. i knew it didn't look good. >> he witnessed a deadly crash on the memorial on watson's pond. >> i knew the speed these boats were capable of and what speed they were heading into that turn. i thought wow. i'm going to watch this and see what happens. sure as he can -- as heck, it happened. >> saturday afternoon three at a tragedy. undescribable. a lot of noise. a lot of boats passing. it's like a large explosion. >> all three speedboat drivers were eject into the water. one a 39-year-old new hampshire man was pronounced dead on scene. another, 67-year-old man from maine was critically injured. >> took care of the third guy, he was 72 years old. he was conscious and alert.
best shape of the three. >> the boat spun out at 65 miles per hour on the pond. first colloided with the first, -- first collided with the first. >> third boat ran into the front two. i knew it was -- it wasn't good. >> there were boat races scheduled for later today. they've all been cancelled. wbz this morning. 6:07 now. state police made a drugnd some of the money was hidden in a piggy bank. five people are now under arrest. a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information about this house fire in holliston. yesterday firefighters were called to the home under construction. it was fully engulfed. there are new fears we may never know what happened in the
heist the mobster suspected of having information about the heist is reportedly not doing so well after falling in prison. a lawyer for robert gentile says he's in the hospital. police searched his home several times. his federal trial was supposed to start tuesday but been postponed indefinitely. police believe he knows something about the heist after another hob administer's widow says her husband gave gentile -- another mobster's widow says her husband gave him two paintings. he denies knowing about the crime. a big match up for pats and without their two offensive players. here's dan with more on what to expect tonight. >> we all know by now patriots will be without rob gronkowski not playing in the opener in arizona because of that hamstring injury. that means martellus bennett could play a keep role for the
leading role for the pats? >> i consider myself a blue collar tight end. i go in and go to work. you know, if the game plan is what the game plan is. you have to wait until sunday night. like waiting for a movie to premiere. >> except you know the script? >> no, you don't. it's improv. >> we'll get you started later on this morning at 11:30. steve burton live in arizona pats come in a touchdown underdog. you never know. i'm dan roach, website sports. thank you. still to come this morning, meet 29-year-old recruited to the harvard football team. his battle on and off the field straight ahead. tom brady, has he caught his catching partner?
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nation today. quite a few 80s. 90s on the map way out west. always hot in phoenix, 102 there. somewhat cooler air in the great lakes and drier. that's coming our way. it's muggy out there. lower 80s or so before cool, dry air gets here this afternoon by the time it gets here, it's producing showers and storm this is morning. we'll have the timing and next seven days. >> thank you. a 9-year-old the harvard football team saturday. he's a nebraska of the team. don't expect to see daniel playing wide receiver any time soon. he'd love to some day. for now, he's focused on battling cancer. while the guys at harvard help him do that, he's going to give them a shot of positive energy. ken mccloud has that story this morning. >> meeting your teammates for the first time can be a bit intimidating when you're nine
boat with us today. >> the standing o from his football crew felt good with daniel signings his letter of in -- signing his letter of intent. >> he's tough, resilient. >> it's ceremonial stuff of course but enough to bring tears to the eyes of a youngster fighting a rare kidney cancer will hang with his new big brothers at practices, games, events as part of called team impact. >> we match children with college athletic teams for benefit of the child. >> certainly the young cancer patient draws strength from the comradery the coach sees equal benefit flowing the other way >> it's great number one to make sure people understand it is important to give back. it's great perspective for our kids. sometimes they need to see the world is not an easy place. >> daniel is one of 1,000 kids
through this program. his positive attitude was evidence immediately. >> going to go undefeated. >> perhaps. as daniel posed for the photo, his new coach was certain he'd be a perfect fit. >> this kid is doing it with stuffness and resiliency and the -- toughness and resiliency. he's the kid we're looking for. >> great program. daniel as you might have guessed is a big pats fan. hebe loves julian edelman. >> great story. yeah watching tonight. the live shot at gillette. we're dreaming on hoping to crash arizona at 8:30 tonight. they're at arizona. we're all thinking about the game. glad you're with us. we'll see you in two.
today? >> thinking good thoughts. nice weather coming in this afternoon. in between now and then, muggy weather. a chance of a shower or thunderstorm. the temperature will not get up to 90 today. we found enough 90 degrees days. i know you love the hot weather. friday was crazy. >> i was surprised how hot it was. >> we talked about how hot it was going to be the end of the week. thought we might get two or three days out of it. hermine put a it took of long to get hermine out of here. it did get out of here, a record tying 93 friday. that brings boston up to 21 days of 90 degrees or higher. 2010 was the big year. 25 days then. the average number is 23. will we get anymore this year? looking less favorable as we get deep tore september.
usually on the rare side. this morning, temperatures starting out low and middle 70s. might think we're going to have a 90 degrees day. we're well into the 70s. it's muggy out there going to clear out and be hot. not going to have the chance to get there. we have a fronten its way. we -- front on its way. we go up to canada. look how cool it is up there. folks in baker lake, 36 degrees up there. i'm sure you're 36 and refreshing. got to love it. hi folks. hope you have a good morning up there. it's rather cool. they put a sweater on, 36 degrees. we don't need sweaters at all. we have the higher humidity rushing up to new england ahead of that approaching cold front. we'll see the difference in the dew points how much drier or lower humidity we have in western new york. dew point 57 dew point 45.
afternoon. then maybe around 45 here tomorrow. we'll have nice, dry air. should get up to 81 to maybe as high as 84. might be pushing the envelope a little much. 84. we'll call it lower 80s. 76 around chicago today over boston tomorrow. we start to warm up again tuesday. here comes the front now. it's producing showers and storms in western portions of vermont and eastern portions of is coming in tomorrow. see the lightning flashes, blinking white dots right in here. also showers beginning to form in the berkshire. more showers and storms breaking out. mid to late morning, about 11:00, noontime in boston. showers. south of boston, 1:30 or so in the south shore. areas to the west drying out completely turning nice and dry.
going to be nice and sunny. few scattered clouds over the mountain tops. nice, sunny day tomorrow. 59 boston. low 50s to mid-50s in the suburbs. 40s western new england. high temperatures tomorrow 72 at the coast to 77 away from the ocean. winds light tomorrow. a bit of a sea breeze. then it warms muggy with showers and storms in the afternoon. beautiful weather thursday and friday. the next front may bring showers and storms later saturday and sunday. that's your week ahead. >> looks good. thank you. big honor for big boston sports figures. how big papi is being remembered
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>> goes through big changes. things move more quickly. a lot of times we can get beautiful weather in september. that's what we have on the way for tomorrow and tuesday. then again for thursday and friday. overall, going to be a good week. let's go to the. >> go to the ws there. >> more than that, the west side. let's go west young man and see what's happening at high school this morning. 71. can you believe that? 71 this the elementary school. it's 72 in westwood. deerfield school 72. it's warm and muggy. some spots close to -- 74s on the map here september 11th. early in the morning. wind is really blowing pretty hard gusting up to 30 miles per hour some places in cape cod now. it's a muggy warm morning. feels like mid july. that will change.
producing almost a solid band of showers and thunderstorms from all the way down from new york state and into vermont. a few scattered renegade showers ahead of that main band of storms and showers happening in vermont. it's going to get a little noisy later this morning. few showers and storms moving through. this afternoon, south eastern massachusetts. clearing up elsewhere, drying out. highs 81 to 84. it's going quite gusty, southwest wind shifting northwest. rest of my forecast next seven days. see you in a few minutes. >> thank you. a new hampshire man is dead. two other people have been hurt in a boat crash in tauntton. it happened during a speedboat race on watson's pond yesterday afternoon. the first lost control 65 miles per hour causing a chain reaction crash that ejected all
condition. the third operator, a 72-year-old is expected to survive. a man who may or may not be a mobster and may or may not know something about the art heist at gardener museum is apparently not doing so well this morning. attorneys say robert gentile fell in prison and currently in the hospital. the fbi searched his home and property several times looking at the priceless works of art stol gentile denies knowing anything about the crime. also developing this morning, a convicted sex offender is facing murder charges. police say richard moore of danville, new hampshire is accused of stabbing a woman to death last week. the woman was found dead inside her home. now police are piecing together exactly what happened. wbz jim smith reports from reports from danville, new hampshire. >> probably one of the nicest
murder victim taken much too soon. it happened this week. body of the woman was found inside her home, dead from several stab wounds. moore is a registered sex offender who lived as a roommate at the house. a neighbor says joann will be missed. >> it makes activity here the week before. this is wondering was there some kind of other offense that happened that caused either the sheriff's department or whoever came by to check in on him, question him? that set the whole thing in motion. >> moore has a long criminal record including two convictions for felonious sexual assault on a victim under 13. on tuesday, joann's ex-husband and couple's son came to the
we're both shocked. that was his mom. we didn't always see eye to eye, but sam loved his mom. she loved him. >> she was one of the nicest people on god's green earth. that's all i can really say. this is still a major shock to me. i never expected it. i don't think anyone expected it. not the neighbors, not the family, nobody. >> reporter: moore is reportedly held without bail this weekend expected to be in a new hampshire courtroom on monday morning. in danvill smith, wbz this morning. several states are putting off outfitting police are body cameras. they say the program costs into much. departments say state governments make them store the video for a long time. that's boosting the cost of a program. the police will pilot a program starting monday. a new navy ship is on display in rhode island. it's a destroyer parked in new
expensive the navy has ever built. it's angled to minimize detection on radar. >> much harder vessel to detect, track. we have a lot of tools on the ship. >> it's named after late admiral who became the youngest chief of naval operations and known for fighting racism and sexism the navy. he won a bronze medal in world war ii. it will be docked in san diego. red sox and toronto tried to hold on today first place. the play that cost them big time here on wbz when we come back. barry burr bank has weather watchers. >> yes, we do looking at number this is morning. hard to believe it's this warm. karen says it's 72 westminster.
hampshire 73. larry in edleburg says 74 on this september 119 1 -- 11th morning. my accu weather forecast is just a few minutes away. golden outside or fluffy inside. 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.
. well good morning everyone. red sox and blue jays wrap up their series in toronto later this afternoon. it will be the red sox sending clay to the mound against sanchez of the jays. yesterday with a win, sox would match the biggest lead of the season at east. pitchers almost always do better with the lead. that's what they had after melvin took this pitch from rodriguez and sends it out. 20th home run of the season 2-0 jays. sixth inning, down 3-0. absolutely red hot dustin pedroia gets the sox on board. raise tore left.
sox down 3-1. sox fall to jays 3-2. their lead in the east is down to one game. happy opening day or opening night for new england patriots. no brady, no gronk, no nate. they get ready for season opener tonight in arizona. they have a stellar offense. we get our first look at c he looked impressny camp and preseason. steve burton sat down with him this week for a one on one. see more at 11:30 on patriots game day and ask about the quarterback. >> how do you think jimmie is handling all of this? is the stage too big for this? >> i don't think so. he's going to do awesome. he's what -- what i've been most impressed with is his
you know, he's really preparing like a starter which he is. he's learned a lot from tom and how he prepares. i think jimmy will go into these games and do really well. i'm excited for him. >> you can see more of steve's sit down with chris hogan later on this morning with patriots game day at 11:30. as soon as the game concludes, tune in here to wbz chann for our fifth quarter game day show. bc and umass. ross scrambles and finds a wide open adam. 58 yards through the bc secondary and into the end zone. 7-0umass. from there, all eagles. the great second quarter, he connects with one of last year's quarterbacks jeff smith for
smith just gets his foot down. first win of the season 26-7 your final. hosting new york at gillette last night, lee to one. gets stopped. waits makes one move and drives into the net. beauty of a goal for diego. they get the much needed 3-1 victory. the other story, the new england patriots without tom brady on you never know. football, bill belichick. should be a lot of fun. >> you just never know. so true. thank you. who doesn't love a good slice of bacon at bacon time? the bacon festival isment -- is coming up.
their way here. >> what's shaking bacon? here's the map this morning. nearly solid band with rain, thunderer and lightning much of western vermont, the river valley. it's all coming our way to change the air mass from the muggy weather we have now to much more comfortable weather on the way. that's coming up. on this anniversary of 9 /11, leads us to trivia for this hour. here we go. what was the northeast on 9 /11 /01. sunny and warm, windy and cool, rainy and cold, or thunderstorms and warm weather around here? the answer to that and accu
.>> everyone is connected within 6 degrees of kevin bacon. bradleboro vermont is pleading for the actor to attend bacon fest. it makes sense, right? it's about bacon, the food. regardless the past month, a life size cutout of kevin bacon the man made rounds around town. governor made a video with it.
layhi. photos were treated out to grab the actor's attention. >> when we think about bacon, everybody obviously thinks about kevin bacon when they smell bacon. >> obviously. >> the chamber of commerce says the actor has seen the photos. it's not known if the real kevin bacon will attend. the card board version will attend. e september 17th. >> do you think he'll show up? >> it would be so cool. >> it's a no brainer. >> i know him quite well. >> you know the celebs. you mix with them. you are one. >> yeah right. >> exactly. changing weather going on today. muggy this morning. going to clear out this afternoon. different kinds of weather different times of the day. let's go to current conditions in boston. it's overcast.
we have a ceiling 1100 feet. it's really stuffy sticky out there. the wind is blowing, so the air is blowing and keeping the air mixed. it's very muggy for sure. the dew point at the threshold of being considered oppressive. these are numbers hour by hour in the boston area. looks 76 by 9:00. not going day. that isn't going to happen. the front is on its way. all the cloud cover in place, might be a few peaks coming through in spots. it will start to clear up this afternoon. we have the greatest chance of a shower or thunderstorm. sometime between 11:00 and 1:00 p.m. sometimes it's happening between 11:00 and noon. little later southern massachusetts. we get the sunshine breaking
the first part of the afternoon and totally disappearing the second half of the afternoon. these are current numbers in the 70s. we've got a 57 at mount washington now. cooler and drier air to the west. temperatures in the 40s parts of south central canada. these dew points at the 70 degrees mark and really surging up here. very muggy air. ahead of the coaching cold front.de here tomorrow. dew point 57 in buffalo now. that's the dew point we may have here before sunset today. high across the nation, of course hot in the south west. phoenix 102. 80s across inch of the nation around the great lakes to cooler, drier air ours next couple days. a high pressure system comes our way. it's pushing this cold front along. weather systems are not bogged
this week. as much as we need the rain and would like to have two or three days of rain, we're only going to have a few minutes to half hour. quite a lot of lightning as you see with blinking white dots in vermont extending to new york state. renegade showers and storms popping up. watch these isolated wind gusts and certainly downpours through. we may have breaks of sun trying to take place before the ban gets here. boston around this model 12:00 to 1:00. closer to midday. clearing up and drying out behind the front. they all disappear with scattered clouds this afternoon. goes up to lower 80s or so. it drops off and so will the winds becoming calm.
tomorrow 75 to 77 except at the coast where there's a little bit of a sea breeze tomorrow. light wind tomorrow. a nice day on tuesday. southwest breeze picks up in the afternoon. that will warm us up to 84 except on the cape in the 70s. then muggy back, briefly wednesday setting the stage for another round of showers for wednesday afternoon and evening. then back to nice, dry air on thursday and friday looking beautiful. sort of like rinse and then we get the next batch of storms saturday and sunday. let's go to trivia this hour. on this anniversary, tragic attack on mark 9 /11 /2001. was it sunny and warm, windy and cool, rainy and cold, thunderstorms and warm weather? >> we all remember exactly where we were when we found out the tragic news. >> never forget that.
running on the streets not wearing raincoats or bundled up. you also remember the skies flying in in the clear. i'm going with sunny and warm. >> it was sunny and warm on 9 /11. >> thank you. you're welcome. one of the biggest pop stars has taken the industry by storm. hasn't always been an easy we'll her her story and rise to fame coming up on sunday
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it's a day of remembrance across the country as two bright lights shine in the new york city skyline on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. this is the scene overnight in new york citych the tribute in light -- city. the tribute in light the memorial made up of 88 search lights positioned to represent the twin towers. the tribute first debuted on march 11th 2002 six months after in shanksville pennsylvania 40 lanterns were carried to honor the passengers and crew of united airlines flight 93 headed to san francisco from newark new jersey when hijackers took over the plane planning to crash it into the white house or capitol building. and in washington, d.c., we also remember the attack on the pentagon. now the pentagon site is the only one that doesn't have a visitor center to help people
but victims family members are trying to change that. the pentagon memorial fund raised 6 million dollars so far out of 25 million it needs to get the project off the ground. good morning everybody. thanks for joining us i am carry connally on this september -- connolly. two of the planes took off from logan airport and more than 200 people with ties to massachusetts lost their lives. that is live look right now at the boston public you can see a receipt laying ceremony at the 9/11 memorial begins in a half-hour. a flag outside the statehouse will be lowered to half-staff and volunteers will read the names of those who died followed by a memorial service in the massachusetts house of representatives chamber at 9:30. today is a national day of service. one easy way to take part is to give blood.
drive at fenway park from 7:30 to 2:30. you have to be 17 to donate. be prepared to show your id and you must weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health generally. we would like to acknowledge two dedicated employees from the cbs family who lost their lives on september 11th robert patterson was an engineer at wcbstv in new york our sift he station and worked at channel 7 site in the north tower. both men were on the 110th floor and today we send our heartfelt condolences to the rivera and patterson families. we will have lots of coverage of the 9/11 events going on in boston and new york city all morning for you right here on wbz. but first barry burbank joins us. we were talking about we can remember the weather that day i mean you remember exactly where
through but even the weather it was a perfect day. >> never forget that it was a beautiful-- such a beautiful morning and turned out to be such a tragedy. >> i know it. >> crazy. awful. >> what are we doing this weekend? we look like we are having a decent day today. >> we are. except for we will watch for a shower or thunderstorm later this morning and this afternoon is going to dry out. down in gillette stayed yutium the pats are in arizona can -- stadium, the pats are in arizona for the game but network station and there are lots of clouds but looks like themay be trying to peek -- the sun may be trying to peek through. 73 and wind gusts at 24 miles an hour so the wind is picking up right out of the warm weather wind direction and it's really steered a lot of high humidity. it's hard to imagine this is september 11th and it's early in the morning and we are in the middle 70s at the present time. that won't last. the air mass is undergoing a big change coming up this afternoon. and it's going to be led by a
this morning. we got almost a solid ban from portion of vermont through eastern new york state and it's severe thunderstorm warning in parts of central vermont. being see the lightning flashes right in there. and we have a couple ren gate showers and storms in the -- renegade showers and storms in the connecticut valley. a shower or thunderstorm will cross the region in many locations later this morning and probably in boston sometime between 11:30 and noon. and this afternoon the clouds will part and disappear and it will turn out sunny the second half of 82 to 84 before the real cool air arrives. the wind will be gusty all day. first southwest and west northwest this afternoon. i will see you in a few minutes with the rest of the 7-day accu- weather forecast. kerry. >> thank you so much. we are following breaking news now out of connecticut at least 30 students at trinity college were injured in a deck collapse during a house party near the school's hartford campus. everybody sur voibd and none of the injuries appear to be life-
showed signs of deterioration. the deputy chief tweeted a photo and says it shows tubing from a 30 foot long beer drinking device. this morning one person is dead thrown into the water during the crash of three speedboats in taunton that happened during a race on watson's pond. as chantee lans reports two other people were hurt. >> i had been in a few accidents over my 23 years and i knew it didn't look good. >> witnessed the crash on watson's pond. >> i knew the speed the boats are capable of and knew what speed they were heading into the turn and i thought wow i want towatch this and see what happens and sure as heck it happened. >> reporter: taunton fire official say a speedboat race held by the american powerboat association was underway when three boats collided. >> it was horrible. it was tragedy.
of parts and like a large explosion. >> reporter: all three driverswere ejected one a 39- year-old new hampshire man pronounced dead on scener for 67-year-old man was critically injured. >> i took care of the third guy he was 72 and conscious and alert. he was shooken up but he was in the best shape of the three. >> reporter: fire officials say the first boat spun out at 65 miles per hour on the nd and the third boat crashed into the second. >> the third boat just ran into the front two. and i knew it was not good. >> reporter: and there were boat races scheduled for later today. they have all been canceled. in taunton chantee lans wbz this morning. >> there are new fears we may never know what happened in the its bella stewart gardner heist. the mobter suspected of having
in prison. a lawyer for robert gentile says he is in the hospital police searched his home and his federal trial was supposed to start on tuesday. but it has been postponed indefinitely. police believe he knows something about the heist after another mobster's widow says her husband gave him two of the paintings. he denies knowing anything about the crime. football fans have been waiting for today since around the monday after the super games for the nfl season. we know the patriots will be without some pretty key players. tom brady of course and rob gronkowski. dan roche has more on what to expect. >> as we know by now, the patriots will be without rob gronkowski who will not pay tonight in arizona because of that hamstring that means bennett could play a key role
will he be ready to play a leading role. >> i don't consider myself a starter but a blue collar tightend so i go in and go to work you know. the game plan is what the game man is and you have to wait until sunday night it's like wait for a movie to premier. >> you know the script? >> no i don't. that's the thing. it's improv. >> all right. we will get you started with patriots game day later on this morning at 11:30, and steve burton will be with that. looking forward to that as the pats come in a touchdown underdog but you never know. i am dan roche wbz sports. >> you don't dan thanks so much. 7:09. students we spoke with were not too happy with walpole's decision to cancel all school dances but some are taking the frustrations to the extreme. coming up, what police found in several locations that they say crosses the line. and in our next half-hour, why
herself to keep tom brady in game day shape. we will explain and that is live look now at the boston public garden on this september 11th 15 years later a wreath laying ceremony honoring the massachusetts victims of the september 11th attacks is scheduled for about 20 minutes from now. stay with us. golden outside or fluffy inside. 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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good sunday morning everybody. it's 7:17 right now. and we have had 21 days after the 93 on friday in boston. 21 days over 09 in boston and -- 90 in boston. that doesn't mean we will have one today an though it seems like we will probably with it starting out with temperatures in the middle 70s. it's crazy. it's muggy out there and it's windy and even the mount washington is 57 degrees this morning. that's very warm for september 11th. but we have cooler and drier air on the way. temperatures in western new york and pennsylvania in the upper 50s and lower 60s and in the 40s in south central pourings of canada. ontario is 46 right now. the dew points now are pretty much on the threshold of being considered oppressive with the upper 60s and lower 70s and humidity is pouring in here
front. on the other side the dew points drop in the 50s-- 50s. 57 dew point in buffalo will be here towardsset and this dew point of 45 that will be here for tomorrow -- towards sunset and this dew point of 45 that will be here for tomorrow. we might get up to 84 or 82 assuming we get the sun. it may get that warm before it cools down. across the nation mostly a of 80s existing. a few areas near 90 and hot in the desert southwest. we have the chunk of cooler and drier air right in here. and that's going to be coming in to give twos beautiful day -- two beautiful days thanks to high pressure coming from the midwest preceded by the cold front that will come through late this morning early this afternoon with a brief shower or thunderstorm and that high will give us wonderful weather tomorrow and tuesday. the wend ahead of that approaching front is picking up
it's howling on cape cod and will pick up elsewhere ahead of the front producing some scattered he severe thunderstorms in vermont right now. a couple severe thunderstorm warnings in central vermont and another one down here towards the south part of vermont and here and thunderstorms extend down into the hudson river valley in new york state. there was lightning earlier in the connecticut river valley that's the storms that's weakening but we will watch it as it comes through later this morning. watch the time stamp around 11 in this position should come through boston betwee and noontime and early this afternoon, the south shore brief downpours. a couple spots could get brief gusty winds. winds will be blowing good all day long whether southwest this morning and then northwest this afternoon. and it will clear out this afternoon a lot of the cloud will disappear and the air will feel much more refreshing by the end of the afternoon. clear tonight and tomorrow morning we head out to school or work it's clear and bright and sunny. and it's going to be sunny all day long with temperatures tonight going down to about 59
lower 50sin many suburbs -- 50s in many of the suburbs and high temperatures tomorrow lower 70s at the coast to 75 to 77 away from the ocean. here's my 7-day accu-weather forecast. looks like a pretty good week. we have a few minor interruptions a brief shower or thunderstorm late this morning midday in boston. a another few showers or storms with a cold front wednesday afternoon and evening and more showers and storms later saturday and into next sunday but the other days should be tuesday and thursday and friday. there's the 7 days ahead. kerry. >> i wouldn't mine it staying like that. we will look at 20 before you know it. >> not yet. >> thank you barry. former massachusetts governor bill weld thinks he and his running mate have a 50-50 chance of being allowed in televised presidential and vice presidential debates. coming up, at 7:30, an inside look at the campaign and the plan b.
whether they can have a hiv cat in the household if they will catch it it's not transmitted through humans and she can be with other cats as well. the cats will not get the disease. >> good. was she-- is she on medication. >> she is not. hiv cats just have a. >> weakened immune sis people in yeah. >> she can get sick but so far so good. >> so far so good. very healthy. >> princess had a family left her and you guys found her and we are so thrilled and we are hoping someone will take good care of her. shows precious. >> she is adorable. >> what about the brothers down there who must go together because they are pals. >> these are big guys they like to eat. and they are sweet boys and need a little adjustment. when they are adopted into the new homes they don't do well with dogs. they probably do well with cats but they need adjustment. they are lap cats and love
do have to be adopted together. >> okay. and what is their story did they have a familiar late one point? >> they did not have family at one point they were strays. >> they were strays okay. >> but bonded. okay. >> yeah and they like to eat as you can tell. >> they do. i have to be honest there's nothing like a fat cat. >> they are the best. >> i love holding a big chubby kitty on my lap. >> loveable. >> look at this one taking a nap on the table that's unusual. >> they areel well behaved. >> almost like dogs and another big orange cat who we couldn't bring up here because he got nervous and took the trip in so i want to talk about himbecause he is over this in a cage so he needs his time too. >> his name is mish mish and he was abandoned as well. he is skidish around children and should be in a household without children. >> okay. >> and is not too fond of males either. >> okay. >> i would suggest him probably to be in a quiet household.
>> and he's big beautiful orange cat and he think he stole my heart because i have a big beautiful orange cat and when we adopted him he was not very good with my kids but i think it's just a trust thing they get nervous. >> yeah some people come on too strong and they need to. >> especially kids. >> let the cat adjust. >> what do we do if anyone is interested in the brothers princess is or mish mish. >> w- ww.melrosehumanesociy. october 18th called a decadents dessert buffet even if you are not a sweet lover we have great items at the silent auction. and bruins tickets and celtics items and a gift certificate to the salon mario russo and a one night stay at loews hot neil today is the day. that's -- hotel. >> today is the day. let's do a homeward bound speaking of kitties coming from
this beautiful kitty whose name now is twinkle with his new dad so thank you so much to him and twinkle have wonderful life together. we love to see that. we want to see the same for our little cuties down here on the table and princess here as well. as well as mish mish we can't forget mish mish. >> no we can't. >> thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> great job. we will be back. stay with us. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine.
this september 11th 2016. it's 7:30 as we take a live look at the boston public garden listening to the bagpipes. events are underway this morning to mark the 15th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. there will be a wreath laying ceremony there at the public garden shortly. good morning everybody. we are certainly glad you are waking up with us today. hard to believe it's 15 years since that tragic day along with barry bur bank and we are glad you are -- burbank and we are glad you are joining us and we were saying we know exactly where we were when we hear the news. >> yes. >> and you look at the pictures and your heart hurts. >> what really happened. >> it's. >> tragic day. >> still hard to believe. >> yes. >> really is. >> it is. >> so barry will tell us about the weekend forecast. yesterday not so bad. today a little mixed bag. >> we have changeable weather
wbz weather bug network to the m's manchester. up in manchester new hampshire 69 let's come down to manchester massachusetts and the manchester essex high school 71. go down to cape cod and marion where it's 72. and there's quite a bit of wind especially on the cape and hill tops out of the south and it's hard to imagine this is september 11th with these temperatures really very, very unusual. and it's extremely humid as well. this is not going to last too long. we have a complete change of air mass on the way and that's going to be introduceed by this band of showers and it's a solid band with thunder and lightning exhe tending across vermont down into almost the berkshires and eastern new york state now. and there's a severe thunderstorm warning that was put up for parts of western berkshire county and we will watch the line as it proceeds
thunderstorm this morning later this morning and early this afternoon over southeastern massachusetts. it will clear up as the afternoon progresses from west to east and the air will dry out substantially the. the wind gft they all day and a few stronger-- gust -- gusty all day and a few stronger gusts.in chking our other top stories new hampshire man is dead and two other people -- >> checking-- checking our other top stories a new hampshire man is dead and two others people are hurt. the boat lost control causing a chain rehe action clash ejected all three operators a39-year- old man died at the scene. a 67-year-old man is in critical condition. a 72-year-old is expected to survive. a registered sex offender is now facing murder charges accused of stabbing a woman to
hampshire. police say 37-year-old richard moore was roommates with the victim 51-year-old joe-anne boucher but they have not suggested a motive but a neighbor tells wbz there there had been police activity at the home one week earlier. a man who may or may not be a mobster and may or may not know something about the art heist at gardner museum is not doing so well this morning. gentile fell and is not doing so well. they searched his home and property looking for signs of the 13 priceless works of art that were stolen on st. patrick's day weekend in 1990. he denies knowing anything about the crime. and new this morning, a dirt track racer has died in a multicar crash last night during races at the eldora
deadly accident on a dirt track two years ago in upstate new york. the driver in this crash has been identified as 35-year-old shane unger he. politicians -- unger. politician was massachusetts ties has played a big role in the presidential elections including this year. former massachusetts governor bill weld is running for vice president on the libertarian tisht with gary johnson --ticket with gary johnson. he discusses the campaign with jon kerl and this was taped before johnson keller and this was taped before johnson made and apologized for a slip about aleppo. take a look. >> good morning. thanks for joining us. our guests utter the single greatest he pun in the history of massachusetts politics when he was the governor here after losing a disappointing vote in the house he said "you can bring the house to order but
here in the role as the vice presidential nominee of the libertarian party. welcome. >> thank you mr. keller a pleasure. >> great to have you here sir. when outentered the -- when you entered the race you had derogatory things to say about donald trump we will start with him and talk about hillary clinton in moment. why should republicans and others who are leaning trump discard him in favor of a vote for gary johnson and you. >> i think the first thing i 11 million people and deport them remind me of ann frank in the attic in nazis germany and i meant it. guy is not serious about what he says particularly in foreign policy. he wants to go back to the buggy whip age and repeal the fact we -- the fact we live in a glebal economy and lack of substance and inaccuracy on major policy -- global economy
inning a razzy on make policy -- inaccuracy of major policy. can't imagine why any republican would vote for my best advice with affection is mr. trump can't you think of some other line of work you would like to go into other than president of the u united states. anything the -- united states anything the laundry business it would be harmless to the american people. him as president not harmless to the american people. >> over the years you friendly towards hillary. you worked with her way back when on watergate committee right? but, i take it not so much anymore. >> well know i say she is a good kid and i am friendly with both the clintons. i thought a couple things that happened were the first too many i said ouch. and you are right i made almost a cottage industry of depending her on the e-mail server but thought the e-mails that came
clinton was not so much what they said about access for clinton friends to her as secretary of state but the fact she didn't produce them to the fbi. so they must have been and they were from and to her. so they must have been air brushed by the lawyers as being personal. they were the least personal and the most relevant e-mails that i read about. so that's an issue. >> and this tells you what about her? >> it tells me that the e-mails that her lawyers air brushed maybe were damaging >> speaking of damaging. you know this is coming but i got to ask you this. we have two recent examples of third party candidates physically tipping the election razz perot in 92 and ralph nader in 2000. are you prepared to take the blame if you and gary johnson are responsible for trump or clinton being elected. >> i don't know we would be responsible. if we get into the debates and
i think we could run the table and win the whole thing because we are fiscally responsible socially inclusive and thatdescribes 60 perof the people in the u -- 60% of the people in the united states. by the time election day comes around gary johnson will have 100% name recognition only 30% of the poem know who he is. so when he goes to 100% name recognition and we make case we are a pair it would have term governors and no one can deny more conservative direction fiscally which is what has to happen in washington, i think we have a winning argument. >> if it can't can be you and johnson which ticket. >> libertarian. we got our policy mix represents a majority of the country. i think if people want to vote for mrs. clinton or to donald trump and cast a wasted vote because they are voting for someone they don't agree with that's fine we are libertarians people can do what they want they can waste their vote. >> when we come back we will
anniversary of 9/11. so how would the johnson weld white house keep us safer than what you are hearing from the democrats or republicans. >> the bedrock of our platform is we need to have military supremacy for the united states both air and naval power not so much boots on ground american blood on foreign soil but air and navy and i go around the world a lot. and everyone is watching the united states military and you know, in the middle arabs are petrified the 5th fleet will team out of the harbor to the gulf of mexico and asia if you move one the carrier groups 10 feet everyone has you know palpitations. so, we have to do that. that doesn't mean we have to be eager to engage in regime change in places like iraq, syria, lebanon. those have been failures i think and as gary johnson my running mate often says, wars
can't tell me we didn't pay a moral price for the iraq invasion. >> are you closer to the trumpposition than the clinton position? >> well, i think mrs. clinton is associated with regime change efforts in syria and lebanon and i think what happened in both those efforts is that we went in and sided with the rebels and armed them and they lost and they were alined with isis because the isis people were antiregime and the weapons wound up in the hands of isis so those were successes. and i think it's our position not mr. trump's position. >> another big issue is immigration. and we don't have the time to delve into all of it but what do you think is the key distinction between the libertarian position and the two major parties. >> we think we should embrace immigration which is great for the economy of the united states. we have to make it easier not harder for people to come into the country and get a work visa. have a back ground check get a social security card and pay
canadian guest worker program which is very successful but no one worries about them becoming citizens and the idea that the 11 million people without papers in the united states are going to jump the line and become citizens that's something mr. trump made up to scare people. >> one more quick one we are almost out of time. what do you make of the black lives matter movement? >> i think that black lives do matter and the correct answer to the question is do black lives matter is ye that's a trump dog whistle and this moons we don't want to address the question -- moons we don't want to address the question. >> some police officers take the black lives matter rhetoric as anticop. >> i am so sorry but when blacks are 6 times as likely to die and 4 times as likely to be incarcerated in any interface with law enforcement i got to say that that is a national
address it you have to go back to the educational system and the employment system and you know, we are going create a gun powder class of young black men if we doesn't address the issue. >> governor sometimes i am happy when the 7 minutes are up. other times i wish it were an hour this is one of those times. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> that's governor william weld vice presidential nominee of the libertarian party. right now back over to my colleaguing for more -- alcohol leagues for more ares for more wb -- colleagues for more wbz news. >> 7:37 in the morning on september 11th. barry burbank snuck in here bringing us the weekend forecast. yesterday turned out to be a pretty nice day. today not tee bad. >> not bad -- not too bad. >> not too bad. there should be a brief interruption and it's going to clear out. >> that's what we call it a brief interrepresentation. >> pretty much because it will
going to last minutes not hours. let's check out the drought monitor that goes on and on. when are we going to get some substantial rain to alleviate the drought? well it's nothing substantial in sight. all we have is a few showers and storms coming through. it appears today and maybe a few more later wednesday and a few more later saturday and sunday. so we will get some drops of rain and brief downpours likely out of this. but this extreme drought which is going on for a long time, and eastern massachusetts it's going to go on and on. i wish coy forecast a lot of rain -- i wish i could forecast a the love rain but it ain't going to happen. we will have some and temperatures are starting high in the middle 70s. for september morning and summit of mount washington is 57. they could be having know this -- snow this time of the year as we get deeper into september but not so. there's cooler and drier air not too far away in western new york state. it's cooling off now and it's cool across southern portions of canada.
eastward. but before that happens, it's a muggy morning. the dew points in the upper 60s and lower 70s are right in the threshold of this being oppressive but it won't be long for that to be push out to sea. dew points here in buffalo to pittsburgh these are the dew points that will be here in boston by late this afternoon and the dew points around ontario 45 that's the air we will have tomorrow. dew points 45 very low humidity and very refreshing dry air coming up. it might get up to as high as that might be pushing the button a little bit. starting out in the middle 70s it's like all other typical mornings we have had during the summer when it shot up to around 90 or so like of course it did on friday morning when it got to a record tying 93 in boston. won't happen this time. much of the nation is in the 80s but we have a -- we have a chunk of refreshing air around the great lakes 76 in chicago in many of the western suburbs of washington tomorrow. thanks to this cold front
behind it, a giant high pressure center giving us beautiful weather tomorrow and tuesday. ahead of the front we have gusty winds. it's been particularly brisk on the cape 15 to 30 miles an hour and ahead of the approaching front there's a severe thunderstorm warning now parts of new york state and into little portion of the berkshires and this squaw line will come east with the lightning and thunder and we will see that around here at that time. red sox back in town against the orioles tomorrow, and wednesday, and we will look for a few thunderstorms on wednesday evening. but otherwise, the game for tomorrow and tuesday should be fine as the shower and thunderstorm moves into boston. i think between 11 and noontime over southeastern massachusetts between noon and 2 this afternoon. behind that it clears up and dries out nicely and two beautiful days. 77 tomorrow, up to 84 tuesday afternoon and showers and storms later wednesday afternoon and that might mean rain over fenway park for the
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good morning everybody. this morning a wreath at the public garden honors the massachusetts victims of the september 11th attacks. and in just a few minutes, public officials will begin reading the names of more than 200 people with local ties who were lost in the attack on america 15 years ag massachusetts memorials taking place this morning including a live report but first, we want to get an update on the sunday forecast from barry burbank. barry good morning to you. >> good morning to you and everybody. it's a cloudy morning and it's a very muggy morning out there. it's a very warm morning. unusual for september 11th to be this warm and this humid so early in the day. for example that gillette stadium in foxborough 74 degrees. and it's cloudy there generally
certainly no game at gillette stadium today as the pats are out in arizona university of phoenix stadium out there but there will be a big game at one in the afternoon. we will see about that. hopefully the weather will cooperate. but we have mug crane warm weather in the mid-70s but there's complete chain of air mass but leading that will be this band of showers and storms that's almost a solid ban and within -- band and within that band there's gusty winds in warning in western berkshire county and also across northern new hampshire way up there severe thunderstorm there. but there's some lightning in between but downpours of rain to come through and sh tha should be here a -- and that should be here in boston a couple to thee hours -- three hours from now. brief down pours and lightning in spots. maybe a equalliy -- squally wind and breezy clearing out and crying out -- drying out
7 days ahead lookout for the forecast see you in a few minutes. >> look forward to that thank you. they call it a flash bold moment. most us remember where we were the sunny tuesday when terrorist killed almost 3,000 americans and changed our country forever. it was 7:59 a.m. when american airlines flight 11 took off from logan airport. the new englanders on the plane and all those who died that day the statehouse. paul burton is there live for us this morning. paul good morning. >> reporter: good morning kerry. it's hard to imagine it's been 15 years since that tragic day. now many of the events that are supposed to take place outside the statehouse have moved inside because of rain but it will be a emotional day for massachusetts families as state local and city officials honor the lives lost. a lot of events are taking place throughout the city of
with the wreath laying ceremony with mayor marty walsh that took place at the boston 9/11 memorial and garden of remembrance in the boston public garden. that's a special tribute for those of the 15th anniversary more than 80 volume be tiers from boston cares planted 3,000 -- volunteers from boston cares plant 3-d,000 flags. and -- 3,000 flags. and governor baker and the mayor will be here annual reading of the nation of the massactt morning. that's followed by the commemoration of the observance here in the statehouse chambers at 9:30 and they will award the madeleine sweeney award for bravery. later around noon, the military heroes fund will take place. volunteers will assemble care packages for those serving overseas. of course all these events are open to the public but it will be a very emotional day for so
reporting live in the statehouse, paul burton wbz news now back to you. >> thank you so much. and today is a national day of service. one easy way to take part is to give blood. red cross is hosting a blood drive at fenway park from 7:30 until 2:30 p.m. you have to be 17 to donate so be prepared to show id. you also must weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general health. we would like to the cbs family who lost their lives on september 11th. robert patison was a engineer at wcbstv our sister station in new york. he also worked at channel 7 in boston i rivera was a engineer work at transmitter site inside the north tower. both were on the 110th floor. today we send our heartfelt condolences to the rivera and
one person is dead after three small speedboats crash on the water in taunton. two others were hurt on watson's pond as three boats were racing yesterday afternoon chantee lans picks up the story from taunton this morning. >> i had been in a few accidents over my 23 years and i knew it didn't look good. >> reporter: joe garrick witnessed a boat crash on watson's pond. >>kn are capable and knew what speed they were heading into the turn and i thought wow, i want to watch this and see what happens and sure as heck, it happened. >> reporter: the fire officials say a speedboat race held by the american powerboat association was underway saturday afternoon when three boats collided. >> i was -- it was horrible. it was tragedy. undescribable. a lot of noise you know a lot of parts and it was like a
speedboat drivers were ejected into the water. one of them a 39-year-old new hampshire man pronounced dead on the scene another 67-year- old man from maine was critically injured. >> i took care of the third guy he is 72 years old and he was the one that was conscious and alert. he was shooken up but was in the best shape of the three. >> reporter: fire officials say the first boat spun out at 65 miles per hour on the pond. the second boat collided with the first and the third boat crashed into the second. >> the third bo the front two and i knew it was not good. >> reporter: and there were boat races scheduled for later today. they have all been canceled. in taunton chantee lans wbz this morning. >> and following a developing story this morning, a convicted sex offender is facing murder charges. police say richard moore of danville new hampshire is accused of stabbing a woman to death last week. woman was found -- the woman
exactly what happened. wbz jim smith reports from danville. >> kind soul probably one of the nicest ladies on the face of the earth. >> reporter: flowers in memory of a murder victim taken much too soon. it happened earlier this week the body of 51-year-old joe- anne boucher found inside her home on caramel dried drive. now police have made an arrest -- drive. now police have made an arrest charging 37-year-old riar registered sex offender who lived as a roommate as the house a neighbor who didn't want to appear on camera says joe-anne will be missed. >> it makes no sense we know there were police activity here the week before. so, this is just wondering allowed was there some kind of other offense that happened that caused either the sheriff's department whoever came by to check in on him? or question him and that set
conviction for sexual assault on a victim under 13. joe-anne's ex-husband and son came to the murder scene. >> shocked both shocked that was his mom we didn't see eye to eye but, you know he loved his mom and she loved him. >> she was one of the nicest people on god's green earth is all i can say but this is a major shock to me like i never expected it i don't think anyone expected it like not nobody. >> reporter: and moore is reportedly being held without bail this weekend. he is expected to be in a new hampshire courtroom on monday morning. in danville jim smith wbz this morning. >> it's 8:08. there are new fear this is morning we may never know what happened to the isabella steward gartner art highs. remuted mobster suspected to have information about the heist is not doing so well after falling in prison.
says he is in the hospital. police searched his home several times and his federal trial was supposed to start tuesday but it's been postponed indefinitely. police believe he knows something about the heist afteranother mob star's widow says her husband -- mobster's window says her hiive gave him two of the paintesings. he denies knowing anything about the crime. no gronk or brady? what should we expect for patriots or. september 11th a live look at the freedom tower in new york city. today marks 15 years since the tragic attacks on america and the anniversary has become a day of remembrance and service all over. we will be right back.
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without ron -- patriots will be without ron gronkowski because of thehamstring that means benit could play a key -- bennett could play a key role but will he be ready to play a leading role for the pats. >> i he don't consider myself a starter i consider my sea of blue collar tightend so i go in and go to work you know. the game plan is what the game plan is and you will have to wait until sunday night like waiting for a movie to premier. >> >> no i don't. that's the thing it's improv. >> all right. we will get you started with patriots game day later on this morning at 11:30. steve burton will be live in arizona with that. looking forward to that as the pats with ratouchdown underdog but you never know. dan roche wbz sports. >> thanks so much. coming up are you ready to
nothing close to boston but, good morning. >> good morning. >> and here we are in september 11th and it's so muggy out there. almost feels like something is going to happen. probably will be a thunderstorm in many spots. i am expecting a high around 82 to 84 in boston. now the average high is 74 for september 11th but back on this date in 1983 it hit 99 degrees in boston. so, late in the season almost up to 100 degrees. 30 days of 90 degrees or higher. that's some year coming out of a el nino like this year as well so we have had 21 days in boston. not going to hit 90 today an though it feels like it could. because it's so warm and so humid early in the day but it's not going to get there because of the approaching cold front ahead of the front the winds are brisk out of the southwest. so boston hour by hour, the temperatures are not going thawp quickly because of the overcast -- go up that quick
there may be a thunderstorm pass truing closer to noon and this noon it clears up. we may get 82 to 84 during the afternoon once the sun is brighter. winds turn west northwesterly and the air dries out. these are the current temperatures. mid-70s even summit of mount washington reporting 57 but lower 60s in western new york and 40s and 50s in south central canada. that's the air we will have here feeling tomorrow morning. right now we have a dew point of 71 degrees. riledy oppressive ahead of e in western new york dew points in the 50s there. we will probably have a dew point of 54 stay around 7 or 8 this eke in -- evening in boston and dew point of 45 will be with us all day long tomorrow. a lot of 80s across the nation. don't see too many 90s as we get deeper in september as the massive and cool irair is over the great lakes that's with us tomorrow and tuesday. it will be beautiful but we have to pay some dues first and that's a passing shower or thunderstorm later this morning and then this giant high
and provide beautiful weather for us tomorrow and tuesday and we are having gusty winds folks on the cape it's howling and getting reports via tweets and so and and so forth here's the squall line severe thunderstorm warning has been pushed into portions between the connecticut river valley as you can see here. that might be pushed east but there are some severe thunderstorms in western massachusetts extending up to northern new england and this band pushes to the east and we will be here late this morning and through midday pushes southeastward in southeastern massachusetts and clears up behind it and turns nice and cool and dry and beautiful overnight tonight as the gusty wind this afternoon diminishes and we will have late night lows will be probably around upper 50s in boston and to the upper 40s and lower 50s in the suburbs. so, there you have the beautiful day tomorrow. after we get a brief thunderstorm maybe a gusty thunderstorm in spots and in an hour or so and then it's beautiful day on tuesday cool
starts out to be but turns showers and thunderstorms later in the day and nice day thursday and friday and another batch of showers and storms latest saturday and sunday. that's how it looks for now. >> i better break out the thunder shirt for flsh you know he how he -- flash you know how he doesn't like the wind. today on the phantom gourmet we visit a prop lar -- popular spot for tacos and oysters. here dan andelman with more. >> reporter: some of the best and if you are crazy about having a good time with great food, you need to go to loco. >> me and my buddies want to go out and eat the first two things that comes out is let's get tacos and oysters and it's the two best things to eat. >> reporter: so in south boston the owner mike shaw and his partners created a spot focusing on two deliciously different flavors. tacos and oysters.
shareable. >> great food to eat at group taste where you can grab a dozen oysters or 5 and 6 tacos and hang and have a couple margaritas and enjoy the night. >> reporter: the raw bar is filled with a variety of oysters. plus, there are more composed plates like tuna tostada. >> it's like a load potato he chip. >> reporter: on the mexican side of the the menu tacos of course as well he as salsa and loaded wings and spicy dips with at that to have. >> reporter: you will do that snacking and sharing in a relaxed wind with big windows and exposed beams and massive bar strung with up lights making it feel more like a back porch than a restaurant. and the perfect spot to escape the craziness of every day lime. >> laid back and we want -- life. >> wee totally laid back and we want to slow things down. -- we are totally laid back and we want to slow things down and take you away from here.
nation. john dickerson joins us live from washington with a preview john good morning. >> good morning kerry. we are going to spend a lot of time on the anniversary of the attacks of 9/11 and director of the cia john brennan and where the terrorist pictures stands after 15-- 15 years after the attack and we will talk with him about what the next president will face. we will pick up th intelligence committeeand talk to him about the current threat and how we should be looking at the candidates who were applying for the job of commander in chief. we have got some really interesting poll results anthony will be with us he is the elects director to talk about what voters in the crucial 13 battleground states what they think about when they look at the two candidates in terms of being commander in chief what skills are required
interesting numbers there. and then considery we will have the plight -- kerry we will have the political round table to discuss the numbers plus where the race stands what to pay attention to next week and ourfriend gayle king from cbs this morning will be in town next week at african person history museum which opens and so we will have a special little treat with our conversation with her. >> that's for sure have great show face the nation airs today remember at 10:30 right here on wbz. protesting workers get high powered help. coming up why more than 2,000 people say they are not getting a fair living wage. also ahead, boston is about to launch its body camera pilot program but why some of the major cities say the cost is
it's 8:30 on this september 11th. this is a live look at the statehouse now where officials are reading the names of the 206 massachusetts victims of the september 11th attacks. we also want to take a live picture of the boston public garden. there was wreath laying ceremony there just about an hour ago and it looks like there are many people still in the area paying their respects and 15 years ago. good morning everybody. i am kerry connolly along with barry burbank and we have been talking about how we can't believe it's been 15 years and the pain is still so strong when you see pictures. >> still there. >> and everybody remembers where they were. >> uh-huh. >> because it was tragic and shocking news and even today, it is still hard to believe. >> it is. terrible day in america. >> yes. but barry you are here to tell us about the forecast for today
week ahead which looks pretty good. >> this morning we have to deal with showers and storms. and very warm and very muggy conditions. hard to imagine this is september 11th and this time of the morning we are looking at 75 or 76 degrees and it's very muggy and the winds are blowing like crazy. we have approaching is a cold front a almost solid ban of -- band of rain all along that and within that band are thunderstorms that may be close to severe storms at that. strong to wind gusts and possible up to 60 miles per hour. national weather service in taunton and great maine has severe thunderstorm warning for up pretty much through western new hampshire and down into the connecticut river valley here. in the orange boxes here. this band continues to move east. there is not a tremendous amount of lightning but there are cloud to ground lightning bolts within here. the national weather service
a few scattered places where there he's strong wind gusts from above and that's why they have the severe thunderstorm -- there's a strong wind gusts from above and that's why they have the severe thunderstorm warning. there's lightning and downpours of rain for everybody as the front comes through. but as the front moves offshore early this afternoon, it's going dry out and clear out as the afternoon goes on and turns drier much more comfortable. other than a gusty wind up to 50 or so miles per hour and issa few isolated storms the winds are is a to 30 south the southwest seven days see you in a few minutes. >> thanks so much. checking our other top stories new hampshire man is dead and two other people have been hurt in a boat crash in taunton it. happened during a speedboat race yesterday afternoon. the first boat lost control at 65 miles an hour causing a chain reaction crash that ejected all three operators. a 39-year-old man died at the scene. a 67-year-old man is in critical condition and the
expected to survive. a registered sex offender is facing murder charges accused of stabbing a woman to death last week in danville new hampshire. police say 37-year-old richard moore was rule mates -- roommates with the victim joannee boucher but they have not sieged suggested a possible motive but a neighbor tells us there was police activity at the home one week earlier. a man who may or may not be a mobster and may or may not know something heist at guardner museum is not doing so well this morning. torrance say -- attorneys say robert gentile fell in prison and is in the hospital. the fbi searched his home and properties several times looking for signs of the 13 priceless works of art that were stolen on st. patrick's day weekend in 1990. gentile denies knowing anything about the crime. senator elizabeth warren rallied with janitors on boston common over weekend.
the union says janitors support the economy but are not seeing any of the money. paul burton reports. >> reporter: thousands of janitors and security workers from across the region took to the streets and rallied on boston common. >> when your families can rise up america rises up. >> reporter: members of 32bjseiu want a fair contract for property workers. >> these are hard work janitors that basically clean all that buildings in downtown. >> in this fight wages, i am with you all the way. >> reporter: speaking at the rally senator warren says she vows to support the fight for equality in the work force. >> my daddy was a janitor. and i saw firsthand how hard he worked. i saw how back breaking it was and i saw how underappreciated his work was. >> reporter: 93-year-old hazel ingram has been cleaning offices for more than-- for more than 60 years and now she
to college. >> and benefits and wages for the families. >> reporter: the current commercial cleaning contract expires september 30th. the 2000 workers are here today because they want the new contract to reflect hard work with better benefits and wages. janitors in boston make about 18 dollars an hour. >> we are looking for a wage increase that will keep up with the cost of living. no matter where you clean here in the state of massachusetts. >> reporter: hazel wants to see her grandchildren go to school and not struggle earning a living. >> i want to help it takes the union to help us get -- help me to get where i am at now. >> reporter: paul burton wbz news. >> in a statement a maintenance contractors of new england says we believe each side is engaging in good faith bargaining and will accept mutually acceptable terms for a new agreement. a dirt track racer died in a multicar crash that happened last night during races at the
stewar was involved in a deadly -- stewart was involved in a deadly accident on a dirt track in upstate new york. the driver in this crash has been identified as 35-year-old shane unger. tomorrow the boston police department begins a pilot program outfitting 100 officers with body worn cameras but at the same time several other states are now putting off outfitting police with body cameras because they say the program really just cost too much. departments in connecticut and store the video for a long time and that is what's boosting the cost of the program. a new navy ship is on display in rhode island. the zumwalt is a destroyer parked in newport. it's futuristic and at 4.4 bill ron dollars it's the most ex-- million-- billion dollars it's the most expensive destroyer the navy has built. it is angled to minimize deduction on radar. >> it will be a harder vestel
attack and very survivable and we have a lot of automated systems to combat fires flooding and other damage to the ship. >> the zumwalt is named after the late admiral who became the youngest chief of naval operations and was known for fighting racism and sexism in the navy and juan bronze during world war ii. the -- and won a bronze medal in world war ii. it will be docked in san diego. hillary clinton says she regrets saying that half of "basket of deploreables. and as wendy gillette tells us clinton is now on defensive. >> reporter: hillary clinton says she regrets remarks she made about donald trump's pourers at fund-raiser -- supporters at a fund-raiser. >> you can put half of trump supporters in the basket of deploreables. >> reporter: she released a statement saturday that says "last night i was grossly generalistic and that's never a
wrong she added many of trump supporters are hard working americans. trump tweeted wow, hillary clinton was so insulting to my supporters. millions of amazing hard working people. i think it will cost her at the polls. the republican national committee said clinton's comments showed her conden significance and disrespect. clinton held one private fund- raiser outside new york city saturday. about 1 people -- 15 people paid 100,000 to attend. clinton will manhattan sunday to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. trump spent a somber saturday at the funeral of friend and supporter phyllis schlasy who died monday she was a activist who opposed communism abortion and equal rights amendment. >> phyllis was there for me when it was not at all fashionable. trust me. >> reporter: trump has no other
weekend series in toronto later this afternoon. it will be the red sox sending buchholz to the mound against sanchez of the jays yesterday with the win the sox would match the biggest lead at 3 games in the al east but the blue jay has other ideas. pitchers almost always do better with a lead and that's what ja had after upton took the pitch from rodriguez and sends it out. his 20th home run of the season 6th the sox down 3-nothing and cruising until pedroia gets them on board. the sox were down 3-1. 9th sox down a run tying run on base two outs for radly junior and -- bradley june juror and theyth lead in the -- junior and the lead in the east is down to one game. happy opening day or opening night for the patriots.
pats get ready for the season opener tonight in arizona. they do have a stellar defense and edelman is healthy and amendola as well and we will look at chris hogan the former bills receiver has looked impress any of camp and preseason. steve burton sat down with him for a one-on-one you can see late owner patriots game day at 11:30. and asked him about his quarterback. >> how do you think jimmy gra rope low garoppolo is handling did their is the stage too big. >> i think he will do awesome. he is really what i am most impressed with is his preparation. and you know how much he is preparing for this for this game and upcoming games. you know he is really preparing like a starter you know which he is and i think he learned a lot from tom and how he he prepares and you know i think that jimmy will go into the games and you know, he is going
him. >> see more of steve's sit down with chris hogan later on this morning with patriots game day at 11:30. pats and cardinals kick off at 8:30. when the game concludes tune in right here to wbz channel 4 for the 5th quarter post game show. college football yesterday bc and umass at gillette and the minute men take the lead. a wide open adam no one near him and he rambles 58 yards through the second ea secondary and into the end zone. but it was all eagles from there and patrick with the great second quarter. he connects with one of last year's quarterbacks for two scores and one from 46 yards out and this one from 36 as smith just gets his foot down. bc gets the first win of the season 26-7 your final. and mls action last night lee to juan to gets stopped but diego gets the
drives it into the net. beauty of a goal for diego capping a good night for the reves as they get a much needed 3-1 victory. but again the big story, the other tenant the patriots without brady on the road. jimmy ga rap low at -- garoppolo. should be a lot of fun. i am dan roche wbz sports. >> good everybody. it's 8:46. let's look at boston's last 7:00 sunset until march 23rd yes it's 7:00 and the sunset tonight and won't happen that late again until march 23rd so the sun will be coming out brightly later this afternoon. we will see the sunset so enjoy the 7:00 sunset because it will get earlier and earlier as time goes along until we go the
reverse the digits 57 in the summit of mount washington at the observatory and you can see the wind particles coming up from the south and the wind is pretty gusty at that. driving that warm and humid air through new england but we see the wind coming in from the west and northwest here. that indicates a wind shift and the drier and cooler air coming in from the west is pretty cool across central canada no question about that. we will get a little piece of that coming up the next couple days. but it's september and the sun is strong so we will be warm that air mass up. but it's plenty warm with the dew points in the lower 70s and it's very, very muggy. steamy sticky air out there no question but we have dew points in the the 50sin western new york and pennsylvania and that's in boston by late this afternoon and we will have the dew points in the 40s up here tomorrow and into tuesday. how about that. these are highs across the nation today on this 9/11 in the 80s and there's the cooler and drier air with midwest and
couple days. but it's going to be introduceed by showers and storms first and the giant high pressure center takes over and just gives us glorious weather. refreshing for tomorrow and tuesday. the wind has been pretty gusty down here at times going over 30 miles an hour starting to pick up over the rest of even massachusetts as well ahead of the approaching squaw line and it's a squaw line but not every place within the line is getting squawy damaging winds but there could be a few isolated spots where winds may severe thunderstorm warnings we are out for western new hampshire and still out for a couple counties up here until 9:30. and in the can't cut river sally until 9. that's -- connecticut river valley until 9 that will discontinue shortly as it goes eastward. when will it arrive? it is moving eastward towards boston. i don't think most anyplace also get the severeh just isolated se -- se he veer weather just it late -- severe weather, just isolated severe weather.
watch the time stamp as southeastern mass gets a couple showers and storms early this afternoon and the rest of the region sees the dry air taking over. winds drop off and look at time stamp tomorrow starting completely clear and stays that way most the day. a few widely scattered isolated clouds maybe seen most over the mountain tops as it falls down to 59 in boston tonight. and lower 50s in the suburbs. 40s in western new england. tomorrow's high in the lower 70s at the coast a little sea breeze by light wind will ocean. fenway park 75 rather cloudy and rather muggy, but the sox will be in town as the orioles come in and back into fenway park it's going to be beautiful tomorrow night and also tuesday night. wednesday night there could be a shower or thunderstorm around as it is going to be very humid. watch the 7-day accu-weather forecast as we have two beautiful days. it warms up tuesday after a cool start gets humid on wednesday with a few showers and storms later in the day and evening and there could be a
wednesday evening and beautiful weather thursday and friday and we go back to a few more showers and storms later saturday and sunday. >> i don't know how to feel barry. >> feel good. >> all right thank you. we will be right back. stay with us. 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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welcome back if you had any doubt tom brady is staying in quarterback shape sitting out the first four games don't worry we have proof. his wife posted this photo on instagram of she and her husband playing catch in the backyard. the caption reads don't worry guys i will keep him ready. that's a good wife. good >> yeah. >> nice diving catch there too. barry burbank is here busy bee what's going on. >> we have severe weather. national weather service has a severe thunderstorm warning that's extended from the connecticut river valley into western worcester county and the northwestern tip of middlesex county until 9:30 this morning. the potential is there even though there's not much lightning there's a little cloud to ground lightning downpours of rain but there could be isolated communities that could add some wind damage isolated wind damage as this
that's heading towards boston and we will keep you boasted and -- posted and run you a crawl if severe weather is extend into metro west or boston. doesn't look like widespread severe weather but it could be some wind gusts and downpours of rain isolated hail and lightning certainly. >> oh, boy what a day. all right thanks barry. barry and i will see you next weekend. thanks for watching and we leave you with some live
captioning made possible by johnson & johnson, where quality products for the american family have been a tradition for generations >> osgood: good morning. i'm charles osgood and this is "sunday morning." a sunday morning in which we examine two very different chapters open our history. today marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on this country of which more happy moment. and we are just days aways from the dedication of a new museum