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on. >> reporter: they say 38-year- old ben kimble was in his car and told police he was armed. >> he fold the officer he had to back off, that he had a gun and a bomb and was going to blow the place up. two other officers arrived on scene. he pulled the gas off one of the pumps. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. teams boxed him in with heavy equipment. using loud speakers, they tried to get kimble to the standoff continued for four hours, then he tried to run for it but deposit get far. >> he sustained minor injuries on the back of his leg. he was taken down by one of the police k-9s and they performed a less lethal shot. >> reporter: bob lives across the street and saw it all. >> i saw him run out of his car and heading towards this way.
and they captured him. >> reporter: as it turns out, kimble did not have a weapon. he waved this black video controller at police. that was before he was taken down. kimble was rushed by ambulance to morton hospital. he was taken down in part by police dog. he will probably around noon. he told police at the time he was having mental health issues. tone a serious situation in massachusetts. the area of extreme drought has expanded and it is doing so fast. the little rain that we've received has done little to put a dent in the drought. eric fisher is here tonight with a closer look. it is just not getting any
>> no, it's not. extreme drought now covering a large area as we've seen very little rainfall. even when it rains a little bit, it is just a trace here a couple hundreds of an inch here. here's a look at how things have changed. nearly a fifth of new hampshire, the southern parts of the state has expanded by nearly 30% a little bit of rainfall in the forecast as we head toward the weekend and the start of next week. here's the story. this is a long-term drought. it started in 2015. now we have a deficit of over 18 inches in the city of boston. that's not something a few storms will cure. that's something months, if not a couple of years needed. sunday we start to bring a chance for showers and downpours.
night and monday. a little bit of good news as we time the rain coming out. also the chill coming up. our coverage of the story is just beginning. coming up at 6:00, the long- term effects and why water restrictions may just be the start. lisa? there is now an official nationwide recall for the samsung galaxy note. u.s. regulators the batteries can explode or catch fire. if you have one of these, turn it off and sow stop using the -- and stop using the note 7. surveillance video from 2012 shows the fight that broke out just before gunshots. shawnta, i know the favorite witness just took the stand. >> reporter: lisa, that's right. four people, total, took the stand today. it was an emotional day for the mother of that army veteran.
stand was a friend of the victim who was with him on the day that he was killed. opening statements in the murder trial for peter castile started today. he is a sailorman accused of shooting and killing a young army veteran, steven perez, jr. perez survived two tours in the middle east but died in his home state after he was shot in his back in a parking garage after a night of partying in the theater district in boston. four wss stand including the victim's childhood friend michael. he was with perez the night of the murder using surveillance, describing to the jury what he remembered happening. >> other than steven fighting with the kid with the dreads or the person with the dreads, did you see steven hit anybody else? >> no, just in defense. >> okay. so in defense when? >> when they ganged up on him.
group? >> from that group. >> did you hit anybody that night, sir? >> no. >> reporter: did anybody hit you? >> no. >> reporter: that was the last witness that was called from the stand today. tomorrow, the judge plans to call one or two more witnesses before taking the jury out on a trip to the site of the shooting. sad news out of plymouth tonight where recovery crews foth swimmer. yesterday, a 26-year-old man and his two friends were swimming when a strong wind blew their boat away from them. the victim never made it back to shore. lowell police say the man who hit a woman crossing the street then took off has turned himself in. the 19-year-old victim is out of the hospital. investigators say the driver, 22-year-old reomel romero is cooperating. vice presidential nominee
hillary clinton's numbers. he was campaigning in exeter and tonight, donald trump will rally supporters in laconia. hillary clinton is campaigning for the first time since she almost collapsed on sunday. clinton spent the past few days recovering from pneumonia. she is back wasting no time going after trump. >> reporter: hillary clinton was steady on her feet as she walked to meet the press on her campaign's plane. >> how are you doing? >> i am doing great. >> reporter: she's back on the trail for the first time since her legs buckled during a 9/11 memorial event in new york last sunday. clinton released her health records wednesday showing a ct scan revealed pneumonia. she was prescribed a ten-day course of antibiotics and rest. trump followed suit thursday and disclosed he's taking a drug to lower his cholesterol. >> i experimented with three statins. one seems for me to work the
range. >> reporter: the race for the white house has been tightening with trump gaining ground in state and national polls. >> polls are coming out. we're leading in so many polls. i can't tell you. i don't know where to begin. that's a good feeling. >> reporter: trump has cut clinton's lead in the latest cbs news poll. she has a two-point edge but that's within the poll's margin of error. trump touted a plan in the economic club of new york while clinton focused on children and families during a rally in north carolina safer world. to me, that means a world with strong allies, more friends, fewer enemies, and fewer nuclear weapons. >> reporter: clinton and trump will square off in their first debate on september 26th. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. on that note with a fair number of voters still undecided in the polls, next week's debate could be critical. again, the first presidential
9:00 right here on wbz. yankees, red sox, been a while since sport's best rivalries meant this much. >> that changes all tonight. sox are in first place but not by much. steve burton is live at fenway park tonight. hey, steve. >> reporter: hey, guys. scratch is it a good word. trying to scratch their way into first place. not sure it will happen, not this weekend. let's hope not anyway. red sox and yankees that at all. the yankees are not going away, which should make for a great atmosphere this week. >> it's pretty cool. i mean, for the rest of the year, every series is literally a huge series for us, and there's no time for letdowns. i know there's only 18 games left or however many games are left. this is not a time for a letdown and we're pretty much
garofalo and the patriots kin to play for the opener. rob gronkowski took part in the second straight practice. he continues to battle back from a hamstring injury. check this out, multiple reports say julian edleman has been find $26,000 for a hit on a defensive player on sunday night. edleman decked the cardinals' linebacker with a helmet to helmet hit. he will fine. great weekend ahead for boston sports. we've got the red sox and the patriots playing the dolphins in this atmosphere. i'm telling you right now, you'll want to get a ticket for this weekend's game. guys, back to you. don't call on me for that ticket. >> come on. you know people, steve. >> reporter: i do. >> wbz is so proud to be your official patriots station, by the way. don't miss patriots all access tomorrow night 7:00 on channel 4. sunday is the opener as the
the fifth quarter is on my tv 38 right after the game. still ahead, an epic fail in roommate relations goes viral. >> we'll show you the cringe worthy e-mail chain from a coed with an attitude and incredible list of demands. >> and an exclusive interview of a woman who witnessed a man upskirting and how she single- handedly got him put in cuffs. >> need a nap? if you are a woman, you probably said yes. researchers think they know why. the trouble on the playground when a sinkhole suddenly opens. a student falls in. tonight, what's being done now
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effects of climate change. >> one of the reasons i ran for president was so america could do our part to protect the nation and the oceans are part of that health and we've got our work cut out for us. >> reporter: not everybody is excited about that. that new designation means commercial fishing will be banned in that area, a move fishermen call a big blow to the indust water or inland today, it was a lot chillier, and it was nice. >> i have to be honest with you, i thought it was incredible. i was out on the charles and tried to catch some fish. >> what'd you catch? >> sun fish about yay big. >> good way to spend the day anyway. nice, refreshing air and the temperature compared to this
boston. from summer yesterday to ought 'em today. -- to autumn today. dew point's in the 30s. still low in the middle 40s so that allows to us cool off as we head into the night tonight. crystal clear skies here across the northeast. two features to watch as we move toward the there's tropical storm julia off of the carolina coast. the front will drop the moisture up the eastern seaboard. after tonight, stars overhead, plenty of moonlight, almost full moon. temperatures 40 to 50 across the area. i wouldn't be shocked if a couple of typically colder spots manage by sunrise tomorrow morning. it will be a chilly friday. as we head into the weekend, temperatures rebounding, spectacular, and a lot of
70s tomorrow afternoon. just beautiful. our sunset is at 6:51 on friday night. your coolest temps will be out on the water during the afternoon. tomorrow night, put it in the back of your mind, gorgeous full harvest moon will come up at 6:59 p.m. bright as can be across the area as you look into friday night and walk around without any flashlights. so the red excellent weather tomorrow. the full moon is just over right field. looking at 77 degrees, partly sunny. that's where we start this weekend. we're looking at a pleasant saturday, bright skies. temperatures are warm a little more. as we head through saturday night, the clouds start to thicken. by sunday, we're into mostly cloudy skies. we're watching this approaching front. most of our shower and storm activity looks to be later in the day. a slight chance of first half of the day showers.
into the afternoon and evening. so on saturday, best day to be outdoors. it will be tropical and warm. we'll get through the storms and development. for the patriots, there will be showers and a chance for thunder as we head into game time. everyone will be at gillette before 4:30. so i want to bring the rain gear heading out to foxboro. all told, warm and humid. sunday, monday, both from dew in then we'll see the drier air begin to move back in by tuesday of next week. how much rain are we talking here? i want to show you comparisons of two different computer models. we'll get the rainfall sunday into monday. one model not too bullish. we get some beneficial rain just maintaining the status quo. still thursday. will be monitoring this through the weekend. there is a chance we could get
we know about droughts. as we look toward next week, we start with rain and then warm weather back at it tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. new research may give men dealing with early stage prostate cancer more confidence in how they decide to treat the disease. with more on that, dr. mallika marshall shows up tonight. >> reporter: it can be a difficult decision how do we treat it? for early stage prostate cancer, two new studies out of the u.k. suggest after ten years is 99%. that's regardless whether the man has surgery or chooses a watch and wait approach. oftentimes treatment can lead to severe side effects including sexual dysfunction as well as bowel and bladder problems. right now, half of men with early stage prostate cancer choose monitoring over treatment. scientists say after ten years, treatment may provide additional survivor benefits
in the short term, a lot of men feel comfortable making that choice. >> men's health covered first now research about women and sleep. >> reporter: ladies, have you ever wondered why your hug sleeps peacefully through the night next to you but you wake up at the crack of dawn? turns out men and women have different sleep/wake cycles. women are hard wired to go to sleep earlier and wake up earlier than men. that might explain why women wake up in the wee hours of the horning and refreshed the next morning. so go to sleep as soon as you feel tired. many of us want to stay up if your husband's up, you want to be up, too. it's probably time to go to bed. >> i think my wake up in the wee hours is because of a 5- year-old. it's disrupted nonetheless. >> doctor, thank you. >> thank you so much. as voters are about to vote on legalizing recreational
medical marijuana. the globe is proposing letting nurse practitioners write prescriptions for medical marijuana. the proposal would also let dispensaries deliver marijuana at nursing homes and care places rather than at a patient's home. who needs a stage when you can play outside of a mall? >> coming up next, an awesome jam session. kids rocking out is capturing the attention of >> and coming up at 5:30, a new hampshire newspaper breaking a century old tradition in the race for president. >> then the new effort to save children from dieing in hot cars. how long they hope to force
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. >> on the bz feed the best of friends, but i would not bet on that happening in this case. >> a ucla freshman e-mailed a list of demands to the roommates she hadn't met yet. it read "i do not want the single bunk where it has a desk underneath the top bunk so don't try to leave me with that. and i want the desk that's near the window, plain and simple." the e-mail went on to read "i
arguing or other nonsense because one of you two decides to deliberately disregard this e-mail." the school had to reach out to all of the roommates involved. it's unclear where this went. i went through the whole e-mail chain last night. >> it's unbelievable! who would want to room with that person? >> you wouldn't. some won't believe they just won the lottery. >> it was just awarded $1 house studios. there won't be any grade levels in the school like math and science. the students will be working on long-term research projects year round. the idea is to make high school more engaging and more effective. the school is expected to open in the next couple of years. it is an interesting take, and i admire the creativity.
on and on. i don't know. >> that's why we like this business. you do something one day and the next day you start all over. >> right. parents, be careful what you post about your kids on social media. >> an 18-year-old in austria filed a lawsuit because her parents posted photos of her without her consent including those of her in diapers and potty training. her dad refuses to take the pictures down because he owns i think we couldn't show the pictures because they under the middle of ailing legal battle. -- of a big legal battle. >> as a dad, you want to share, but she's asking him to take them down. >> they could hookup with the roommate in the favorite story.
when way woman walked up, saw it happening and put them on facebook live. ? [music] ? >> the jam session went viral instantly. it already has more than 10 million views. the kid plays note for note versions of four metallica songs and yes, they got the band's attention. metallica put the link on its facebook page with compliment. "nice work, boys." >> pretty awesome, although i feel bad because really only the kid with the guitar was on the shot. >> well, it was 18 minutes long so i'm sure she showed them all unless that's her son. who knows. lisa and i will be back at 6:00. here is a look at what's ahead at 5:30. a moment in the spotlight. a concert two local girls will never forget. >> looks can be deceiving.
5:30. a woman saw a store employee taking upskirting photos. >> today, that employee faced a judge. christina? >> reporter: liam, the woman this man allegedly took pictures of apparently had no idea it happened until another alert customer saw what was going on. she made sure the victim knew about it before she >> i would never let no man disrespect a woman that way. >> reporter: melissa was shopping in the dollar tree wednesday. she demonstrates what she saw a store manager do. crouch with his phone under a female customer's skirt. a day later, christopher molina was in court facing charges. >> it was two seconds. bend down, he already had the camera ready and flash, boom,