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department his to help put out the fire. >> the biggest challenge is location, far away from the fire station and had a big head start. >> no one was hurt but we know that the family dog is missing and the fire is under investigation. now at 5:00, a history of abuse may have been the warning sign for a mother's murder. we have learned that there is a warrant out for the father of her little boy, the murder suspect. he is accused over the years of threatening the victim and at one point even kidnapping her. christina hager has more. >> reporter: lisa, police are armed with a murder warrant. we learn that does emilio de la rosa threatened to take the life of this victim several times before, at one point, holding a point to her head. court papers tell what wanda rosa cannot, a disturbing
coming to light in the days following the methuen mother's death. they are looking for the father of her child, just released from state prison in january after serving four years for kidnapping rosa and attempting to murder her. of it has advocates for victims of domestic violence sounding alarms. >> the risk of abuse remains very high in the situation with violent abuse in people have tide together by a child. >> reporter: court papers show a long list of abuse claims over many years. he grabbed me my the hair and hit my face on the dashboard and while pregnant, put a hand around her neck and squeezed it and he took her head and hit it
before and told me the child would have no mom. policesay that the 4-year-old boy may have been nearby when rosa was killed. >> a major concern, the well being of the child and ascertaining the whereabouts of mr. delarosa. >> reporter: police say that delaro circumstance a brought the couple's 4-year-old child to the home that relative called police. by the way, wand rosa was trying to set up a gofundme page to help raise money to support that little boy. in methuen, christina hager, wbz news. breaking news, part of 128 south shut down in randolph. this is the scene because of a rollover crash. two lanes are closed right now and two getting by, and it's very slow going in the live
injuries, but we'll let you know. a driver may have had the sun in their die when is they hit and killed a woman in danvers while she was out for a morning walk. she was approaching her friend, rita keenan, when she was hit by the suv. >> i turned around to get a bag to take with me and she was in my driveway. so she got hit. and i mean she really got hit. >> the driver did not facing charges. police have not release that does woman's identity. fall river police say that a 67-year-old man is in the hospital with serious injuries after he was hit by a car on route 24 north. the map was at his car parked on the side of the road when another car hit him at 10:00 last night and is in critical condition. police don't know why he was out of his car. campaign 2016, primary day in new hampshire, choosing nominees for governor, the u.s.
representatives as well. meanwhile in the race for president, donald trump is campaigning, and clinton is not as she continues to recover from pneumonia. >> it's good to be back on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton got a big name supporter campaigning for her tuesday. >> this is not just me going through the motions here. i really, really, really, re clinton. >> reporter: clinton is still resting at home from pneumonia, only made public after she stumbled into a van on stnd sunday. bill clinton said this has happened to her on more than one occasion. >> funy things happen to her when she is dehydrated. the campaign was criticized for not revealing it sooner and donald trump was criticized for
release numbers this thursday from the physical last week. tuesday afternoon in iowa, trump slammed clinton for calling his supporters a basket of deplorables. >> her comment displays the same sense of arrogance and entitlement that led her to violate federal law as secretary of state. >> reporter: a new poll shows trump closing in on clinton, now trailing by 4 overseas, the series fire by syria is holding. the supply trucks have gathered on syria's border with turk tow deliver humanitarian aid to people in a country absolutely torn apart by fighting. but the un aide convoys can't deliver the supplies. this was notable.
could hear kids playing outside. investigators are hoping that an anniversary will put the spotlight on a cold case and hopefully spark a new lead. tomorrow will mark 24 years since susan tara scowicz was found dead in her car. several of her co-workers were later arrested in a credit card scam but denied being governor charlie baker is recalling for an overhaul of a state hospital that treats mentally ill people charged with or convicted of a crime. it would move the inmates to a new facility to receive treatment. a big water mess in woburn forcing the shut down of route 38 for hours. police said there was a
water main that runs near 128. one lane is still closed down. it did not affect the breaking water. a scare for a woman driving through dover. a tree crashed into her car this morning at 7:45. paramedics took the woman to the hospital and she should be okay. the drought is causing big problems across our state, and tonight, we wanted to take a affect our fall favorites. apple picking, foliage, and pumpkins and tonight we'll start with apples. chief meterologist eric fisher is live from land over with more. hey, eric. >> reporter: hey, david and lisa. fortunately, plenty of apples out here but one thing you might notice this year f -- if
size matters. things are looking good for the apples here but with an unusual twist. >> what would normally be an apple this big, we are finding a good deal of them this big. >> reporter: that's caused by a weather double whammy. a forecast in april hurt early apple bugs. and then the drought. >> there are plenty of apples in orchards, and we are not one, are very, very light on the apples. >> reporter: you can still find them. >> there are a lot of apples. but they are smaller than we are used to but they taste really good. >> go to a website or call them directly and find out what is happening at each particular farm because it's as varied as that. >> reporter: and go early, the
season. >> they taste good. >> reporter: i agree. they do taste great. interesting things. even without rainfall, the apples will still grow, and check ahead and see what kind of stock they have. weather is hyper local, so depending on what side of the hill you're on and how cold it was, and if you have the storms and downpours. so you will find a wide variety depending on short distances even in one down in north andover. one farm may be doing better than other. expect a smaller crop and plenty of apples. and another thing to look for, david and lisa, a cold snap. if we get colder air, we'll color up as everyone heads out this fall.
coming up. >> and you usually pay by the bag, so you have double the amount. >> and they are probably really sweet. a big end to big papi's career. the red sox in the playoffs. >> steve burton is at fenway where the sox are in the middle of a week-long homestand too,. >> reporter: you're right about that. this will be a fight to the finish with the red sox taking of year, a fun time of year. the sox missed the playoffs the last couple years and david ortiz hit his 33rd home of the year last night, 536 all time tying mickey mantle for 17th place on the all-time homerun list. and the manager is still wowed by big papi. >> i even find myself at awe
pulse never changes in the key moments and that's why he is such a great performer in key spots, but we'll miss him. hopefully, there is another strong run here left that he put its into over drive. >> reporter: think about this. including tonight's game, david ortiz only has 9 regular season home games left at fenway park, 9. and then we have the postseason, guys, back to you. >> thank you, steve. if you were night football, you endured a brutal fame. >> the real highlight came from a fan. one man's on the field stunt. >> and teaming up to protect each other from concussions, a message from a 1905 diary is teaching young athletes. >> and a trump sign covering a man's home, private property but why does the city say he is breaking the law?
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chase involving a tractor trailer that went on in hours that started in san bernardino county at 1:30 this afternoon our time and three hours later t -- it came to an end. there were reports of hazardous chemicals on board. the driver stole it and refused to stop, telling police he didn't want to go back to jail but after three hours, he finally pulled into all across the country, soccer players and coaches are teaming town find concussions, a huge issue in the sport. >> and paula ebbens has more. >> reporter: the goal is simple, to get soccer players and coaches to recognize the symptom and look out for etch another, something that the
school heard loud and clear. the team up day speech that they heard today was pound in a 1905 diary of harvard football coach bill reed who recounted a message from the team doctor. 111 years later, the message is still crnt. teammates need to watch out for each other for signs of a concussion and if they're worried, speak up. >> you finally recognize them when they don't recognize more than half of them, and we have to teach our athletes to look out for things, too. they may recognize that, hey, my teammate is out of possession or is not remembering and has a headache. >> reporter: emergency room doctors treat roughly 24 soccer- related concussions a day. >> a day? paula, thank you. to get outside and play
it in. >> eric fisher is live at smolak farms tonight with the latest on the drought conditions, and, wow, this looks picture perfect, eric. >> reporter: blue skies and sunshine and tough weather when it comes to the drought. september is known for days like this, but reaching the low 80 this is afternoon, and we talked apples here and the next half hour, we'll talk about foil foliage but first, we'll talk about the forecast that we'll start with this morning, cool temperatures to hop the apple crops. the cool mornings help the apples to get red and color up nicely. this morning, 47 in belmont. methuen, 48. a big hallmark of fall,
manchester and boston. cooler and gorgeous on cape cod in the low to middle 70s. dew points in the 50s and it will creep up tomorrow. it will not reach oppressive levels. a few clouds and with the southwest winds, not as cool, temps in the upper 50s and middle 60s. tomorrow morning, a mild start to the day. sox are hot right now, mid-70s and mostly clear, and tomorrow, swing through late in the afternoon or evening with plenty of wind that will be blowing out in through the outfield. so it might be homerun territory tomorrow. tomorrow, sun and clouds and 6:23 for the sunrise, a warmer start to the day and a very warm afternoon, readings in the 80s towards lunchtime and a bit humid and building clouds, and
scattered showers and thunderstorms, much-needed rain but we could see strong wind gusts near any of the showers or storms. and forecasting 89 in boston tomorrow. the record is 92. we come up short but not too far off. the average high this time of year is 73. keep that in mind, nice but certainly warm, and in terms of severe weather, the storm prediction center has outlined eastern new england with the main concern the strong wind gusts like on sund could see gusts over 50 miles per hour in spots and that could bring down a few trees even if they are not long lasting or terribly widespread. something to keep an eye out for especially late in the afternoon or evening. and then 71 for a high on thursday and tons of sunshine and the next chance of rain on
showers and slow-moving storms. and as we look towards the next half hour, we'll talk about the impact on fall foilian, and there, we will see an impact. >> that affects so much in tourism and everything else, eric, thank you. for the first time in 13 year, the patriots have new jerseys called the color rush. the pat's logo is on the arm. thursday night game next week on wbz. we are really proud to be your official patriots' station. this sunday, at a take on the dolphins in the home opener at gillette. right after the game on my tv 38. lisa, a fan running on the field in the 4th quarter of last night's nfl game was really a moment of excitement in an otherwise boring matchup. listen to the radio call. >> hey, somebody's run out on
and he takes off the shirt. he's running down the middle by the first thing. he's teeth 30 and he's bare chested and banging his chest. he runs the opposite way. he runs to the 50. he runs to the 40. the guy is in front. there he goes. the 20. they're chasing him. they are not going to get him, waving his arms, bare chested. somebody catch that man. >> watch out for the blue coats. >> oh, and they tackle him at the 40-yard >> what an awesome call. he goes all the way to jail. >> they didn't follow the fan with the camera to discourage copycats. >> and the coaches didn't betray anything; right? solving a problem that some students face every day. >> how a new app can reduce the lunch room threat. >> and coming up at 5:30, which i appellate 3 0 -- chipotle is
look at his face. looks like tom brady. and it had #fakebrady on the back. people are getting creeped out. >> what does that mean? >> i don't know. but that's creepy. >> and they are telling at us in our ear to try and tell us what it means but i don't know. and a new app school lunchtime. >> they can designate themselves as ambassadors and invite kids for lunches. the kids can make themselves comfortable at the table, and they don't have to worry because they are already welcome. the app was started by a
school. so that's actually a nice idea. and you look around and you can see giant ads for tv shows and movies and lovely businesses. >> at one station in london, you will only see cats. the citizens advertising takeover service or cats. it as raised more than $30,000 on kickstarter to air nothing but cat pictures, not an ad in sight. they will be up shot. delightful. >> it's a fun part of the commute. >> dogs are next. david and will be back at 6:00. sit manage traffic and imagine seeing this in front of you. a suspect jumping out of a police van. plus, a proud donald trump supporter is filling his yard
now at 5:30, a donald trump supporter accused of breaking the rules. city leaders say his campaign signs are just too much. the man says it's his property and he should be able to do what he wants. >> as bill shields tells us, the city said he is taking his support too far. >> reporter: rick early is
literally. he figures his property is his grounds, and he'll put as many trump signs on it as he wants. >> free speech, i'm not offend -- maybe i'm offending the hillary supporters. that's okay. they have their own property and i have my own property. >> reporter: but the problem is the city prohibits sign that is use more than 32 square feet of space and rick's, 300 square and that was all he was cited for, that he is over the signage allowed by the city ordinance. >> reporter: rick put up the signs in january and had no problems. even a few drive-by supporters. >> if i were a hillary supporter, i would defend his right to do it to the hilt. >> reporter: rick said he will pay any fines that the city blasts him with and go to court if need be. he said that a deep blue state