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. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining >> it is thursday, september 15th. we are following breaking news right now. police investigating reports of a stabbing and home invasion. the teenager now under arrest. >> plus a man charged with taking pictures up a woman's skirt. he's due in court today. the store where this happened. >> scandal in braintree. guns, money and evidence all missing from the police station and it's already impacting criminal cases. >> but first we want to start things off with a check of our forecast today. you step out the door this morning, kate, it doesn't feel like summer anymore.
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>> seriously. big change today. big shift. we hit 90 in boston yesterday. nowhere close today. we'll be in the 60s at the coastline. definitely a feel of fall. 57 in boston right now. lower 50s in laurens. 43 in keene. so we do have some 40s on the map. the dew points are running in the 40s as well. so the dry air has moved in. it's a crisp feel. satellite and radar quiet. clear skies over us. a few low-level clouds on the cape. grab the shades out the door. sunrise coming up in justut 24 minutes from now. feel of fall with that northeast breeze. 67 for midday lunch hour -- lunch hour. we top out and stay in the mid to upper 60s at the coast with that wind off the ocean. 70 through the interior with a sunset at 6:53. we'll take you through the weekend coming up. we want to get you on the roads. >> it keeps getting busier. another accident you should know about before you head out the door. this one is on 93 south.
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at exit 36. that's mont daily exit. back up is only to exit 37. but that is a busy area. traffic will probably increase quickly there. we're starting to see delays in mill bury. the breakdown lane is closed. the truck won't be removed until after 9:00 a.m. so try to avoid that area. chris and kate. >> thank you. breaking overnight a 17 year old from beverly arrested accused of stabbing someone during a home invasion. police say t into a home on living stone avenue, demanded money and then stabbed the 25-year-old man. that victim was taken to the hospital. police and k9 units from several towns tracked down the suspect in a nearby backyard. he will be arraigned in salem juvenile court today. this morning, crews will be back at a local pond searching for a missing swimmer there. wbz's nick giovanni is live with a closer look at those everies. nick. -- those efforts, nick. >> reporter: it's been more than
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missing. we're now told the search to find him has become a recovery mission. all eyes have been on great herring pond in plymouth since wednesday afternoon as a search for a missing swimmer turned into a recovery mission. >> jumped off with no life jacket. >> reporter: first responders say three people were out in a boat, two of them swimming when wind gusts blew the boat away. the 26-year-old man was unable to make back to the boat or to >> the mass maritime actually helped one of the person get out of the water and dropped a buoy there and so they know where the starting point would be for the search. >> reporter: divers an crews in boats responded to the scene. they scoured the surface of the water and the ledges of the lake facing a unique set of challenges. >> there is sections that is over 100-foot where they're at right you no. it's grassy and mucky down below. it's very hard for advisability down there. >> reporter: meanwhile the coast guard chopper searched from the sky.
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brought the search to a halt. after the boats came out, only a few officers stayed behind to comfort the missing man's loved ones. >> you have to feel for the people, the parents. i feel bad for them. i hope they can get some closure. >> reporter: and no sign of search crews out here just yesterday. they've been waiting on sonar equipment with them as well as this morning. reporting live in plymouth this morning. nick giovanni wbz there morning. a man acus cooed of taking photos is due in court. nicole jacobs is live with the latest. >> reporter: kate, former governor duvall patrick actually signed this bill into law banning up-skirting back in 2014, still it's surprisingly
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we have a mug shot for you this morning of the man police say is responsible. this is 29 year old christopher molina. he is charged with up-skirting. he is accused of taking a photo of an employee at that dollar tree store. police were called to the store yesterday, around 4:30 in the afternoon. it's unclear if this was the first occurrence, nonetheless, molina is now charged with a misdemeanor. he is expected to be arraigned here in malden is ultimately found guilty, he faces up to 2.5 years in jail and a $5,000 fine. we're live in malden, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >> thank you very much for the update. appreciate it. the hundreds of criminal drug cases in norfolk county may have been compromised after evidence was lost and mishandled. a month's long audit found nearly 2500 items of evidence, 60 guns and more than $400,000,
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room over several years. >> i find the auditor's report of unaccounted for items and poor record keeping practice by the police department to be deeply troubling and unacceptable. >> judges have already thrown out six cases including one for steven o'brien. he is a braintree man here accused of trying to kidnap a store from a -- kidnap a child from s braintree officer suzanne was in charge of that evidence room and its contented. in may she died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. police hope that tattoos will help them catch an accused killer. police released these pictures of emeal i can't delarosa's tattoos. there's a large one on his back of a cross there. a second one on his left arm you see with the name of his ex-girlfriend who was found dead on monday. a murder warrant has been
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who is accused of killing wanda rosa. it happened in front of their 4-year-old son who reportedly yelled at his father to stop attacking his mother. new details this morning to tell you about. the police chief has stepped aside from his role with the nonprofit that he created to help drug addicts there. but the acting chief says the angel program will continue. chief len armed campanello was put on leave with pay after an investigation was launched by the city. his attorney says the chief is cooperating with the in quote, has nothing to do with his duties as chief of police. a detective sergeant was also placed on leave. right now it's uncareer if the suspensions are related. now to campaign 2016. donald trump will be in new hampshire tonight and hold a rally in laconia. also in the granite state today, democratic vp candidate tim kaine. he's holding events in portsmouth and exitor. hillary clinton will return to the campaign trail today after
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we're learning more about the health of both candidates. >> reporter: the two-page ler from hillary clinton's personal physician describes her as being in, quote, excellent mental condition. and recovering well from antibiotics to treat her bacterial pneumonia. the doctor also disclosed the democratic nominee is on a blood thinner, high recognized medication and has a cardiac cals yum score of zero. >> people go into a cat scanner, it if there isn't any calcification detected, that means that you are at a very low risk of cardiovascular events like heart attack or death. >> reporter: following the development, clinton's campaign called on donald trump's to release his own medical records, calling him the least transparent presidential nominee in memory. during a taping of the dr. oz show yesterday, the republican nominee revealed he takes medication to lower his cholesterol and blood pressure. >> if elected at age 70, you'll
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enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina for the job. >> just about the same age as ronald reagan. and hillary is a year behind me. i don't know if this makes sense, i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> reporter: at an event in ohio hours later, trump turned the spotlight on clinton's stamina. >> i don't know, folks. you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? i don't know. >> reporter: at least three polls out wednesday show trump leg battleground states of ohio, florida, and nevada. hannah daniels, cbs news inch the first presidential debate is just over a week away. we'll bring you live coverage. that's monday september 26th right here on wbz. today, president obama is planning to do something that no president has ever done, and it directly affects us here in massachusetts. the president will grant u.s. national monument status to nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains
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experts say it will protect endangered marine species, but it also means commercial fisherman will have just 60 days to get out of that area. the drought forcing several massachusetts communities to request emergency water supplies from other sources for a price. the globe reports wooster will draw water from the mwra at a cost of $1.7 million a month. ashland also got approval to tap into the supply and other cities like cambridge and lynn are considering similar steps. coming up on wbz this it comeses to medical marijuana. >> and the new proposal over the way prescriptions are handled here in massachusetts. >> also ahead this morning, a local break-through in treating ear infections. how it works. >> and the yankees are flocking to pen way today. but will they bringing their new good luck charms with them? danielle. >> boo, yankees. temperatures in the 60s. what a swing from yesterday's 90 degree reading. a feel of fall in the air today.
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and weekend? we'll break it down when we come back. a couple clouds out over the ocean. sunrise coming in 15 minutes
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v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes
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. some powerful pigeons be the reason for the yankees late season resurgence. a flock of pigeons has been showing up for the recently storming the field as the yankees play. new york winning seven out the last ten games, players like outfielder aaron judd say, well, they've got pigeon power fueling them to victories this late in the season. now only four games behind the sox in the al east. it sounds like -- i'm going to say it sounds like some aren't taking showers. come on, they're dirty. >> it makes sense those sky rats or whatever they call pigeons, they're like rats of the sky. make perfect sense they like the
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>> don't ruin the nice field, please. >> don't need any charms or whatever. the weather looks awesome the next couple of nights. cool tonight with temperatures in the 60s. definitely a feel of fall out there. clear skies. 70 degrees tomorrow. it's going to be a bright, beautiful full corn moon. starting to rise actually just before 7:testimony note. partly sunny afternoon game on saturday. 105 first 57 in boston right now. we're 48 in nashua. in the 40s for a lot of us here at least in central and northern new england. we're 44 in norwood right now. just a few low level clouds in place. clear skies and bright beautiful sunshine today. the front that brought us the showers and thunderstorms yesterday is now well offshore. there's moisture from what was tropical storm julia, by the way, off the south carolina coastline off of charleston.
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but it is now a tropical depression with 35 miles per hour winds. it's moving really slow. east right now at two miles per hour. so julia is eventually going to dwindle out over the ocean but we'll meander here off the coastline in the carolinas over the next several days. for us, quiet weather here at home. but it's definitely cool, temperatures in the mid to upper 60s at the coast. low 70s through the interior today. so well below average, or least much cooler. it's going to be crisp overnight tonight and clear, 40s in the suburbs, 54 downtown. i wouldn't be surprised if a couple of spots dip into the upper 30s because of the clear skies and the calm wind, 75 for a high tomorrow. just a beautiful end to the week. we'll be in the low 70s at the coastline. high pressure in control, staying in control the next couple of days. keeps us dry through the start of the weekend. here's a map on saturday. clouds increase late in the day out ahead of showers and
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weather. today is the coolest day. then we warm back up. upper 70s right on through the weekend. turns a little bit muggy on sunday as well. some showers and downpours may linger into the start of next week on monday. then we clear it out, we'll be around 80 for tuesday and wednesday. >> speed street is closed north and southbound between pawn street and hey 135 for a water main break. we do have a crew on the way there. we're also watching two here 93 south in woburn. you can see the back-up there is building very fast. we're also starting to see delays from that truck off the road in mill bury. it's in the woods it's leaking fuel at exit 11. that truck apparently won't be removed until after 9:00 a.m. some good news -- sorry. kate. we have some good news if your
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nine. overnight all lanes were reopened after this crash, electric crews have been working to secure wires after an suv hit a utility pole yesterday morning. paramedics took two people to the hospital with minor injuries. kate. >> all right. thank you. massachusetts wants to make it easier to get medical marijuana. according to the globe, state regularors propose allowing nurse practitioners to write prescriptions for medical marijuana use. right now, only doctors can do that. the proposal would also allow dispensaries to marijuana to nursing homes and care facilities rather than just to a patient's home. >> might be some good news for moms an dads out there. possible break-through for kids who suffer from painful ear infections. doctors have developed a new gel. they say just one dose could treat the infection. the topical treatment would be applied directly to a child's ear in the doctor's office. the drug doesn't have to go throughout the body and so you
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effects like diarrhea and also you don't get the development of resistant bacteria. >> that gel still needs to be tested on humans. but doctors say so far, it has shown to be 100% save and effective in animal testing. bad news for runners trying to qualify for the boston marathon. organizers say their times will not be allowed. those runners were competing in a marathon in pennsylvania on sunday whether a freight train blocked them. take a look. some athletes were stopped and they between the moving cars. many participates wanted to use to equal guy fort 2017 boston marathon. but organizers say because there's no way to know how much time they lost, there's no way to adjust their times. that would be my excuse, oh there was a train. i didn't qualify. i should have qualified, but it was the train. >> you use it so you don't have to run a second marathon. >> exactly. ahead, change is the way
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>> new kind of school just granted $10 million. what backers say make it so different. >> plus it may no longer be a chore to get your kids to help with housework. we'll have a closer look at a
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narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results" and "eye-catching educational gains." it's turned my son's life around. narrator: "charter schools amount to hope" for kids all across massachusetts. question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. yes on 2.
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. a new twist on high school is coming to students learn. it's called somerville powerhouse studios. it's one of the ten so-called super schools. there won't be any grade levels or regular classes like math or science. instead, students will work on long-term research projects year round. backers say the idea is to make high school more engaging, effective and rel vant for high schoolers. construction get underway soon. it opens in a year or two. this could be the source of
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kids to do their chores. >> absolutely. well now a boston company wants to take the nagging out of getting stuff done around the house and their solution relies heavily on what can be a kid's most prized possession, of course, their phone. >> $1 for cleaning my bedroom. i'll get -- >>. >> reporter: but cal la no longer gets cash in hands. her chores are magged -- managed and paid for by dadin assigns the task and waits for the results. >> when it's interactive and on a device it seems to make them more excited. >> reporter: before and after photos snapped on her phone are sent to dad via text message. once he approves the job, the money instantly appears in an online aaccount. >> so it gives them a sense of power and authority. and small tasks are getting done for dad, so win-win. >> reporter: it is the right way
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uses the app with his family and says it makes sense to reach kids through their phones. >> so everything they do is digital. so basically what we're doing is allowing parents understand if you want to have a conversation about money it's got to be the form they understand. >> reporter: it allows kids to cash in their money for a varieties of gift cards. donate to charity or cash out whenever they want. and even her younger sister is starting to check the ipad for >> it's a fun and easier way to do chores. >> the only charge for parents is $1.95 every time the money is uploaded to the site. coming later this year, people should be able to capitol their -- deposit their money into a pre-loaded debit card. i feel like i should get this for my husband. honey, dishes. >> some of owe workers, too. >> i love everything about this. completely. lots more still to come in the next half hour for you.
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sully? well it drama tieses the landing of miracle on the hudson. >> but search years later, there's a concerning report on airline safety. >> self-driving cars coming to boston. is it a good idea? >> we'll have reactions from drivers and the mayor. >> as we head to break, here are four things you might like to
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v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
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. right now at 6:30 the search for a missing swimmer about to resume in plymouth. and crews have brought in some new equipment to help in that search. >> charged with up-skirting this man under arrest and due in court today. the store where it occurred. >> the good deed that is turning a police officer and starbucks employee some preys this -- praise this morning.
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just about 6:30 on your thursday morning. thanks for joining us. >> what a change from yesterday, if you like the hot weather, the last couple of days, forget it. it is chilly outside, danielle. >> huge difference today. we hit 90 yesterday. top will top out in the 60s and 70s. what a sunrise this morning. charles just tweeted this. beautiful. couple clouds out there. sun coming up. nice texture to the clouds adding that pink a it is a quiet start. 57 in boston right now. 45 in keene. and most of us are in the 40s to low 50s in a lot of the suburbs. satellite and radar is quiet. we are in for a beautiful start and quiet start. sun is now up. wind off the ocean will keep the coastline in the mid to upper 60s today. feel of fall with sunny and crisp weather. lunch hour still quite pleasant. 66, thorax a who average --
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ride home featuring bright blue skies. sunset at 6:53. we'll take you through the weekend coming up. let's get you on the roads. several issues. >> that's right. some breaking news, speed stride is completely closed for a water main break. we've had a lot of those this week. it's closed north and southbound, bone lanes. we do have a crew on the way there. so we'll bring you more details as we get them. there's also severe back-up on 93 s the center lane at exit 36. also lots of back up on the eastbound lanes on the pike. a truck went off the road into the woods and is leaking fuel at exit 11. that won't truck woken be removed until after 9:00 a.m. breaking overnight a 17-year-old from beverly arrested accused of stabbing someone during a home invasion. police say that teen went into a home on livingston avenue,
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that victim was taken to the hospital, police and k9 units from several towns tracked down that suspect in a nearby backyard. he will be arraigned in salem juvenile court today. also new overnight a crash leaving a car upsidedown in north redding take a look. police say the driver lost control, hit a tree and rolled into a driveway. the driver was taken to the hospital with just minor injuries. this morning, crews will be back at a local pond in it's now been 14 hours since that swimmer went missing. the search is now a recovery mission. some new tools are being added to the search this morning, namely sonar equipment. we're now being told again that man jumped into a -- 26 year old jumped into the water in plymouth. three people were out of the boat yesterday afternoon. they went for a swim without a life jacket. search crews tried to navigate through the water but there was
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visibility under the water which is about 100 feet deep in some areas. the search was called off last night because of the stormy weather. crews will be back out there within the hour. >> there is section that's is over 100-foot where they're at. it's all grassy and mucky down blotch it's very hard for visibility down there. >> you have to feel for the people, fort parents. i feel bad for them. i just hope they can get some closure. >> fire chief telling us man's friends through him a life -- threw him a life jacket. a man as cooed of taking photos is due in court today. let's get right to nicole jacobs with the details for us. >> reporter: chris, a ban against up-skirting was actually signed back into law by former governor duvall patrick. still what happens even today. as it did allegedly yesterday at a dollar tree store. i want to get you right to a mug
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responsible for this incident. this is 29-year-old christopher molina he is charged with up-skirting, accused of taking an up-skirting photo. police were called to that store yesterday around 4:30 in the afternoon. it's unclear, though, if this is the first occurrence, nonetheless, molina is now charged with a misdemeanor. he is expected to be arraigned here in malden district court today. if he is ultimately found guilty, he faces up to in jail and a $5,000 fine. that's the very latest, nicole jacobs. a new billboard is up around boston, it's a renewed effort to solve a 24-year-old cold case. a woman was found murdered. she was last seen leaving her job at logan airport. well the next day, police found her body in the trunk of the car. police hope the billboards will
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inch the wooster man accused of pulling a ma h. -- machete says he did it in self-defense. he threatenened the other driver on tuesday. and then punched him in the face all while his kids were in the car. he went before a judge yesterday. he is being held without bail. former massachusetts governor duvall patrick is getting ready to host a fund-raiser for hillary clinton. political reports the evening with chefs for hillary will happen monday night. he hos president obama in 2012. if kurt schilling really wants to challenge elizabeth warren for her senate seat, he has an uphill battle. a poll finds 54% of likely voters would support warren as opposed to 29% for schilling. of course it's mostly hypothetical right now. although schilling has said he would love a chance to run, he hasn't taken any steps to start a candidacy. actor mark wahlberg is speaking out about a
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parreden. he searched time for attack being i man. wahlberg tells the rap he now regrets asking to have that conviction expunged. wahlberg says he's glad he was able to meet the victim as well as that man's wife and daughter and finally apologize. new overnight, police in ohio shoot and kill a 13-year-old boy armed with a bb gun. it happened in columbia, ohio last night. police were responding to reports of a robbery and chased the 13 year old into an al hi the columbus police department says tha pull something out of his waistband so they opened fire. the weapon was later shown to be a bb gun with a laser site. list in new jersey want to know how a kindergartener student ended up with 30 envelopes of heroin in a lunch box. the trenton 5 year old was playing with something that looked like a candy wrapper at first but a closer look showed it was actually drags wrapped in wax paper. the drugs were found in the
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ingested the drug. the so-called miracle on the hudson trigged books, a movie and almost three dozen safety recommendations. but seven years later, very few of those have been put into place. of the 35 recommendations made by the national transportation safety board, only six have been finished. according to an associated press review, among those recommendations, better pilot training, life vests, and flotation devices on all planes and better instruction for passengers on how to use well, good samaritans come to rescue of a driver trapped inside his burning truck wedged underneath a school bus. it happened in winston-salem, north carolina. a pick-up truck and school bus collided. a tow truck driver and six police officers broke the windows and used the tow truck to pull the pick up out from under the bus. then with the help of firefighters, they finally got that driver out. that man is expected to be okay. >> what a wild scene there.
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self-driving cars. they will launch a test study of driverless cars soon they say. supporters say it will make pickling up and delivering passengers easier but some people think they're accidents waiting to happen. >> i know that a lot of people have questions on you're not going to see a whole bunch of cars on the roads without people. but it's one of these pilot ideas we're looking at to see how it works. >> i think that it would be incredibly dangerous to have drierness vehicles just because it doesn't have the human exciting and the worst part of operating a vehicle is the driver. i think there are a lost terrible drivers out there. >> uber started testing the cars in pittsburgh yesterday. well after several break-ins police are reminding everyone to lock their car doors. a garage opener was used to get into the home. mrs. also warn leaving credit cards and personal items in your car can be used for identity
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the cause of this junkyard fire in bridgewater. sky eye was over the scene yesterday. it's a salvage yard for auto parts. dozens of cars were burned but nobody was hurt. and new this morning, the 18th great white shark of the season has been tagged off the cape. exciting news, kate. working with the atlantic white shark conservancy tagged that the shark yet. a police officer and a starbucks employee are both being credited a the officer was called to help a woman who got stranded at the loop and had no money to get home. he handed over $24 of his own money to pay for a cab and the starbucks employee chipped in the rest. the police chief says small gestures like that can make a big difference in the community. >> i mean, your first instinct sometimes is just to go on your way and ignore them. but that's a lots of money to hand over to a total stranger. >> you know what? it worked out and it was a good
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day. >> a check of the day's top stories including missing guns, money and zblefdz they all disappeared from a local police department. we'll tell you about the impact it's having on criminal cases. >> also ahead they were -- this morning, a message appearing on the streets of boston. what we need to happen to see it, and it involves you. >> i can tell you that probably not going to see it over the next several days if that's a tease or not. feel of fall, 90 yesterday to 70 days. got to love new england weather. i'll take you out for chance of wet weather we come back. stay with us. coming up both candidates release some health information. our doctor on what we know. >> plus increasing fears over hack attacks. so what's being done to protect your personal die at that? more real news coming up on cbs
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. well if you ever get any rain pedestrians in boston will get a treat. a second round of those poems have -- have been hidden. organizers use a biodegradeable water spray that vanishes when dry. but once wet the area darkens. >> so maybe next spring we'll get to see what they say. which will be great. >> when the snow melts?. >> right. exactly. i mean it's like i can't even remember the last time that we didn't have such a bad problem with this doubt. >> the drought is pretty brutal. you have to have a jig of water.
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so we'll have to wait a few days. speaking of sunday, you can believe it, home opener for the pats, three days away. fall begins in seven days. and i know -- okay, we're waiting for brady to come back. but when you put it this way, 24 days, that's it. he's back. sounds pretty good, right? 46 degrees -- days until halloween. gillette stadium this sunday wouldn't have in any other chance. 1:00 p.m. kickoff. 77 degrees. the it will be a muggy and the wind won't be a huge issue. 57 in boston currently. 40s in the suburbs. just a big shift from yesterday. we hit 90 yesterday afternoon in boston. 45 in laconia. 44 in plymouth. 44 in norwood. norwood and taunton kind of the typical cool spots. lower 60s out over cape cod where we've had a few low-level
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the front that brought the thunderstorms yesterday now way offshore. we've got tropical depression julia down over the south carolina coastline just offshore. it's going to meander there over the next several days. upper 60s for highs today at the coastline. 20 plus degrees cooler compared to yesterday for high temperatures. upper 60s to low 70s through the interior. still very pleasant just a noticeable change. that onshore wind keeping cooler at the coast. tonight we'll see widespread, widespread 40s in a lot of spots. i wouldn't be surprised if someplace like a norwood or, you know, a taunton dips into the upper 30s very briefly. 53 downtown. definitely a crisp feel. tomorrow looks beautiful end to the week featuring mostly sunny skies. we will be pretty normal for this time of year. 75 will be a little bit above the average. very pleasant with that south southeast wind.
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and for the start of the weekend. here's a map on saturday. sunshine increase and clouds late in the day. there will be some showers and storms around for the weekend. that's what the cold front but it doesn't arrive until sunday. so there will be periods of wet weather on sunday, i don't think it's a washout like a pouring rain the whole day. but there will be numerous showers an storms around. and some of the showers will linger into the start of next week. notice today, though, it is the coolest in the seven day forecast. every other day 75 to 80de tuesday and wednesday. brianna. >> a water main break has closed down a street. lanes are closed between palm street and highway 135. we do have a crew on the way. so we'll bring you more details as we get them. we're also seeing severe delays on 93 south in woburn. an earlier accident was blocking the center lane at exit 36. the back-up is almost to 495. the breakdown lane is still
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i truck went off the road into woods. >> all right thank you very much. a 17-year-old from beverly arrested accused of stabbing someone during a home invacation. police say that teen went into a home on rig ston -- livingston avenue, demanded money and then stabbed a 25-year-old man. the victim was taken to the hospital. police and k9 units from several towns tracked down the suspect in a nearby backyard. he will be arraigned in salem juvenile court today. >> 6:47 now. our top stori search crews are back at gray herring pond in pledge om right now resuming their search. >> sadly we're told this is now a recovery mission. officials say a 26-year-old man and two friends were swimming yesterday when strong winds blew their wet away. -- their boat away. the man never made it back to the boat or shore. bad weather and low visibility at the lake have made the search efforts difficult. >> a man facing up-skirting
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malden today. police arrested 29-year-old christopher molina yesterday. he was caught taking photos ever a woman's skirt at the dollar tree on broadway. methuen police hope tattoos will help them catch an accused killer. policed released these photos. a large one on his back, of a cross and a second one on his left arm with the name of an ex-girlfriend who is found dead on monday. a murder warrant has been issued for delarosa who is accused hundreds of criminal drug cases may have been compromised after evidence was locked and mishandled by the police department. months's long audit found nearly 2500 items of evidence, 60 guns and more than $400,000 went missing from the evidence room over several years. judges have already thrown out six cases. all right. still ahead, a classic coach belichick answer to a question
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>> and how jimmy good feels about heading into the -- jimmy g feels about heading into the stadium. >> can rick porcello keep the sox ahead? we'll have it all ahead in sports. vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump:
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defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. women vote is responsible for
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. rick porcello and the red
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night. the sox were 14-0 at fenway when porcello got the start. well, that streak is over. porcello made just one mistake and it cost him. top of the second mark trumbo crushes the solo home run. the sox go on to lose this 1, 1-0. here's a look at the standings right now. orioles are just one game behind the sox. toronto is two behind. the yankees begin a series in boston tonight. it linebacker dealing with a knee injury. he missed practice yesterday but gronkowski took the feel. garoppolo is getting ready to make his first start. but he's not letting last week's win in arizona go to his head. >> there is a fine line, no question about it. you don't want to be riding that wave the entire week, then -- you'll fall behind on the next team, miami for us. it's -- it's a good thing we got the confidence, but i mean that's about it. you don't want to think about it too much then you'll get stuck
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good thing in this league. >> tom brady's banner won't be looming over garoppolo on sunday after the team took it down. bill belichick was asked if he had anything to do with the banner being removed. >> talking about miami. >> right. in preparation for the miami getting -- >> preparation for miami, i've been talking about miami. i've working on miami. don't do concert, don't do parking, don't do concessions, t >> just coach the team. that's what he does best. we're focused on the team. wbz gets you started on sunday with patriots game day at 11:30. kick off sat -- is at 11:00. immediately followed by the post game show. you can catch that right after the game. thursday night football returns to wbz tonight when the bills host the jets. kick off 8:25. late game. >> i really appreciate coach belichick's attitude.
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doesn't do concerts. he doesn't do banners and concessions. >> it's a good thing. >> he folk u.s.s on the games. >> that's what we want him to do. time for a closer look as what's coming up. >> let's check in with charlie rose. >> reporter: ahead on cbs this morning, a doctor takes a closer look at the health on hillary clinton and donald trump. and an inside look at the beach boys. all of that and more the we'll see you the 7:00. >> thank you. up next a gas station geared towards multimillion airs. the new club opening up here in new england. /aeur /-z. the new club opening up here in
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. parents, be care of with what you post on social media. >> i parents. she says they posted hundreds of photos without her consent including embarrassing pictures of her in diapers and potty training. she says her father refuses to i can at that the photos down because he owns the rights. i agree with him. >> come on. i agree with him too. forget country clubs, connecticut is getting its own fancy gas station. it includes a water park, clothing boutique and a steakhouse. there's a catch though. you have to be a member which
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$50 million. >> is that all? no problem. it seems crazy. i'm amused by that. >> who wants to go shopping and eat steak at a gas station. >> especially if you have $50 million to throw around. >> a water park? different feel today. we hit 90 in boston today. 70 today. beautiful started to the -- beautiful start to the weekend. >> cbs this morning is coming up
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