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. right now at 4:30 s.w.a.t. teams stun grenades and police dogs. stand off and threat that has a local man in court today. >> a samsung smart phone officially recalled. what you need to know. >> wild finish for the red the yankees. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill. >> i am chris mckinnon. 4:30 on your friday september 16th. >> we love friday and especially when the weather is nice a beautiful afternoon. >> we will do it again today it's milder just beautiful end to the week but it's a chilly
and 40s and 50s on the map. keen se at 39 and norwood is sitting at 39 right now and we are 4 -- keene is at 39 and norwood is sitting at 39 right now. and this is the coolest readings since the end of may for some of us. 57 in boston right now. skies are clear. you can see that almost full harvest moon it will be full heading into tonight. grab the shades. bright sunshine co may need extra light jacket or fall jacket or sweatshirt this morning. rise at 6:26. out of the 40s and 50s we climb to 70 by midday we top out at the low to mid-70s. i am tracking rain on the way woke end. a man who threatened to
court this morning after a 911 call yesterday morning officers moved in with s.w.a.t. teams stun grenades and police dogs. they he thought the man was armed but his weapon turned out to be a video game controller. >> i saw him run out of his car can and head towards this way and threw grenades to try to slow him down and police came from this way and captured him. >> the kimbell was taken to the hospital and was injured what dog bit him. a police officer and the man accused of attacking him with a meat cleaver are in the hospital. this began yesterday when 32- year-old acrom jodu tried to he remove a boot off the wheel of his car. as officers approached he pulled out an 11 inch meat cleaver and ran. the chase began at one point police shot him with a taser
off duty detective tried to stop him he slashed the man in the face. officers fired 18 rounds and a decision defended by outgoing police commissioner and boston native bill bratton. >> we have a character running down the street waving a cleaver despite that officers approached him and sought to take him in custody during which time someone of them received a significant injury to his face. >> the officers and the suspect was brought to the hospital in critical condition. there is an official government recall for 1 million samsung note 7 phones. this comes after dos of customers reported their devices caught on fire. they say if you have one turn it off and stop using it immediately. customers now have a chase to get a replacement or full refund. we posted that a information on
samsung. iphone 7 goes on sale this morning. customers are lining up outside the apple store and this is a nude video from overnight. but don't expect to he get iphone 7 plus model at apple stores today. it's sold out. apple says the smaller iphone 7 is out of stock in jet black and you may be able to get them at nonapple retailers today. a dramatic comeback at fenway park. red sox with the most in walk off fashion. wbz sports director steve burton has highlights. >> well good morning. you couldn't have asked for anything more. biggest win of the year for the red sox against the yankees. the sox offense was quiet last night until the very end. big papi home run in the 8th making it a 5-2 and sox rallied for 5 runs in the 9th cappedoff by are a mere wase walk off 3-
pitch. -- capped off by a walker 3-run homer on a the 9-- on a 99-mile- per-hour pitch. there's 16 games left to play. that's sports for now. red sox fans who stayed to the end were rewarded with the game to remember. >> it was probably one of the best games i watched. you can't give up on the sox. we need this win tonight. >> we needed the yankee win and we got unbelievable. >> that's what we are thinking right now we love this city. let's go. another championship another parade baby. >> looks like we have a new reporter there. sox and yankees play again tonight first pitch at 7:10. chris. >> all right. switching to campaign 2016 pub donald trump denounced his birther believe his campaign pout -- out a -- put out a
>> reporter: trump apparent flip-flop on the birther issue came after arrival -- rival hillary clinton blasted his refusal to renounce the idea when interviewed by the washington post wednesday. >> he was asked one more time where was president obama born. and he still wouldn't say hawaii. he he still wouldn't say-- he still wouldn't say america. president? >> reporter: hours later trump's campaign released this statement .ing the finger at clinton for raising -- pointing the finger at clinton for raising the issue when she was running against then candidate obama. the campaign credited trump for helping resolve the matter adding having successfully obtained president obama's birth certificate when others couldn't mr. trump believes that president obama was born in the united states.
campaign trail in north carolina yesterday calling trump for criticizing a pastor in flint michigan that stopped him from getting political inside her church. >> he called hear nervous mess. that's not only insulting it's dead wrong. >> jobs, jobs, jobs. >> reporter: after delivering row marks on the economic plan in new york, the republican nominee traveled to new hampshire and took clinton to task for calling >> hillary clinton slanders you as deplorable and irredeemable. >> reporter: less than two months to the election a cbs news "new york times" poll has clinton and trump locked in avirtual tie. hena daniels. >> with the race so close the first presidential debate will be huge. you can watch it live monday september 26th here on wbz. sentencing is expected today for two people convicted of sexually assaulting a teen
attack on snapchat. rashad and ka len were convicted of raping a 16-year- old in the wood behind an elementary school in saugus in 2014 a third teen played heed guilty to film -- pleaded guilty to filming the attack a friend saw the photos and called police. the victim was too drunk to consent. 4:38. first body cameras now name tags and we learned boston police commissioner william evans wants all officers to body cameras on monday. evans is working with police unions to issue the name tags which he says is an extra measure of accountability. most other pl's police departments in massachusetts already -- other police departments in massachusetts already wear them. a home was destroyed by fire and then a car accident. flames started inside an apartment attached to the home on e street last night a tenant
the flames quickly spread. >> said there was a fire and she couldn't get it out and when we opened the back door into the kitchen the smoke was just very, very heavy coming towards us and we got out and i said i need to call 911 right away. >> no one was hurt but talk about bad luck. one of the home own wears sideswiped as he drove to the house last night. coming up on wbz this morning a. potential dilemma marijuana. >> the research officials are looking into. >> soaring home prices in the the boston area. the median price in local
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concerns and a microwave lunch is getting a recipe change. >> and olive garden unlimited pasta pass is popular again. jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange with those stories and disappointing economic news. >> reporter: that's right. good morning chris and kate. americans cut back on spending in august. retail sales for the month dropped by .3%. this is some of the last economic data the fed will look at during the meeting next week when it decides whether the economy is strong interest rate hike. fiat chrysler is recalling cars and trucks since the air bags may not the deploy affecting the dodge jeep from 2010 to 2014. the issues is a wiring design that could prevent the air bags from deploying in a crash. it is a problem that's linked to at least one death.a cup of noodles is getting healthier.
and adding ingredients like lime. and like other food makers cup of noodles is adjusting to american's hunger for natural ingredients and cue the alastic waist olive garden pasta pass sold out in a minute. 21,000 were available this year and only p 2-- about 2,000 available last year it cost 100 bucks and is la weeks and 21 passes will be available on ebay so i have a feeling they will go for more than a hundred bucks. >> that's crazy jill. i mean it's pasta. that's it. >> reporter: in one minute 21,000. >> and oh my gosh you know what's good is the up limited salad and bread sticks that's what i go for. >> yeah. we need to get an elastic wasted suit. >> -- wasted suit.
sweats and eat unlimited pasta. >> i like how you think. >> that's the plan. >> see you next hour. >> thank you. >> she didn't say summer is over but it felt like it for a while yesterday. >> it was chilly but it really warmed up in the afternoon. i was not dressed right because i was ready for the chill and i was too hot. >> this is the time of the year you have to have layers and you have to wear long sleeve and jacket in the morning and get rid of the it later on. and that's the case to but we will be warmer than we were yesterday. crisp start and chilly start in pots. sanford main 39. 44 in bedford a lot of the suburbs are running in the 40s. norwood dipped to 30. a now sitting at 41 degrees. 57 in boston and 46 in marshfield and we have 40s back down to the cape. check it out. the vineyard 39 degrees right now. that's a chilly start. so you can see your breath this morning but the sun is going to be shining beautiful start to
are talking about the next chance of wet weather not coming in until sunday. it's with a disturbance that's out in parts of the midwest right now bringing areas of rain and thunder from nebraska back up through iowa and into wisconsin. this is going approach by late in the weekend 75 lawrence norwood and most of us in the mid-70s through the insearior -- interior. there's going to be a bit of a component of a wind off the ocean. at the immediate coastline we willar rockport to boston and near 70 on the cape and islands. we make a great rebound. tonight cool again. 56 downtown, but 43 to 52 in the suburbs. the bright full harvest moon is coming up tonight it rises at 6:59 p.m. and it will be great viewing for that. highs tomorrow a little warmer. a great start to the weekend. our saturday temperatures mid to upper 70s. with a blend of sun and clouds we stay dry tomorrow and it's
increase. sunday morning, it's cloudy for many of us. there may be early morning sunshine in southeastern massachusetts. but anything that is shining in the morning is going to fade away as clouds increase. couple of spotty showers in the morning and look at the map by 1 p.m. why did it stop at 1 in gillette stadium chance of showers it's not going to be raining the entire game and he think the showers will kind of shift north and west by the time we get to sunday evening. and then it looks like areas of rain and tropical downpours of next week. so not a drought busting rainfall by any means. we need months of rain at this point butty little bit helps. showers on sunday humid in the upper 70s and looks like it stays above average with temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s on through next week. chris. >> thanks very much danielle appreciate it. massachusetts governor charlie baker is taking steps to protect the environment. he will sign an executive order detailing the plans to reduce
and protect communities from climate change he increased the reliance on renewable alternative -- and alternative enjury sources. fishermen says the president is ruining their business and considering a lawsuit. yesterday he designated nearly 5,000 square mile area of the atlantic ocean off the cape as a national monument. that means it will be closed to commercial fishing. a group of fishermen says the process was not transparent and should have been handled by the new england fishery management council. the state is ar a reliable way to test whether drivers are high in case massachusetts votes to heelize recreational marijuana in november. transportation secretary stephanie pollack says the breathalyzer test for alcohol doesn't work with marijuana and if valid -- ballot question 4 legalizing marijuana passes massdot will have to work with law ep forcement to come up with a viable standard. if you think traffic in boston is among the worst in
has the 6th worst commute time in the the country. on average we spend 31 minutes getting to work in 2015 and the nobody reports that is -- globe reports that's up a minute. it's worse than los angeles washington, d.c. and miami. >> i disagree how can it be worse than los angeles. >> if you were ever stuck on 93. >> that's true i don't know what i am talking about. forget it. ahead a wbz exclues knife hearing from the woman who turned in a store manager after she ys picture up a woman's dirt. >> and there's -- skirt. >> and there's no driving this landmark into extinction. the plan to save the well-known
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as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. he wept down and took a picture. >> a woman says she saw -- he went down and took a pick newer a woman says she saw a manager take a picture up the woman s as julie loncich reports police want to know if there's more victims. >> reporter: malden police are investigating whrosht the suspect chris-- whether or not the suspect christopher malena has done it before but the woman says the actions seemed rehearsed. the 21-year-old victim would never have known she had fallen victim had it not been for one overbearing fellow customer. >> i would never let no man disrespeak woman that way. >> reporter: she was shopping at the dollar tree in
two seconds bend down he had the camera ready and flash boom and out. >> reporter: she saw a store employee violating a young woman who was completely unaware. >> he looked around and bent down and took a picture underneath her skirt and i am like excuse you. did you do what i saw you did what are you talking about i am like you nasty pervert. >> reporter: christopher molina allegedly ran into a back office to delete the pictures but didn't getar himself in -- he found himself in court charged with secret sexual surveillance. he denied the accusations, police found video evidence on the store's security cameras. she says this should serve as a lesson to us all keep your dard up and keep an eye out for one another. >> i'm mother. and i as a -- and as a woman it's the most disgusting thing. >> reporter: he was allowed to
away from the dollar tree and the victim. julie loncich wbz news. a murder trial is underway for the man accused of gunning down a young army vet in boston's theater district. prosecutors say surveillance video from 2012 shows the fight that broke out. he allegedly shot and killed stephen perez junior. police say castillo hid in the dominican republic where he was captured in january 2015 in the revere man ic officer will get a new trial. police say robert gunned down daniel talbot in 2007 and the two had an argument behind revere high school where two groups of people were drinking. yesterday, an a-- an appeals court ruled the trial judge made a mistake in the instructions to the jury. 4:5 4a driver accused of a hit-and-run has turned himself inch crash happened this month and the 19-year-old victim who
left lying in the road. she is out of the hospital. 22-year-old terrell romero is facing multiple charge and will be arraigned at a later date. a playground rescue in new ham sure. a 17 -- new hampshire. >> a 17-year-old boy was trapped after falling into it. firefighters rushed to the school and found the boy stuck up to his waist. people who work at the school say the sink hole started small and there was a cone marking the area. they say when the boy >> within minutes we had our first responders here and our team on the ground our staff here on the ground was also really responsive and cleared the area and they stayed with the student who had remained calm and remained calm throughout and he was in good spirits and he has a really good story to tell now.>> crews used a harness to pull the boy out. crews filled the hole in with
from excontinuation. this bright orange dinosaur -- extinction. this bright orange dinosaur since the 60s had stay put. the land beneath him was sold but the new owners promised to keep the dinosaur on the property and a shoe shopping complex is expected to go -- a new shopping complex is expected to go up in the fall of next year. >> we have to get one last round of mini golf. >> they can't make him leave he wouldn't be able to relocate he's been there so long. >> a museum exhibit before. >> a bathroom with a lot of bling and it's opening up to the public today.
a goanld thrown opening to the -- golden thrown opening to the public. it's part of a art exhibit at museum in new york city. it's made of 18 carat gold and it does work. it is located in the 4th floor bathroom. it is called america is meant to showcase the excess of the art market and the >> it's in the real bathroom. >> in the real bathroom. >> i am still not sitting on it. i am going to whoever over it and not going to touch that. i don't care if it's gold right? because everyone wants to use that toilet. >> i need that toilet for my apartment. >> okay. >> that's all i am going stay. stop stories -- top stories and weather and traffic ahead on wbz. >> the the news at 5 starts right now. a 5 hour stand off at a
was making and the surprising object he was armed with. >> live pictures of customers lining up to get their hands on the new iphone 7. right now why trouble for a competitor could mean a boost in sales for akneel a thrilling night at fenway. the unbelievable ending ceiling big win for the sox but for the yankees... >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this this morning. >> good morning 5:00 thanks for joining us. i am chris mckinnon. >> i am kate merrill. it's friday september 16th we made it through another week hopefully your kids are back in school and you are getting back to your routines and there's nice weather. >> it's going to be beautiful. if you liked yesterday you will like today. temperatures will be a little warmer later this afternoon. and a little cool they are morning by 5 to 15 degrees. check it out. norwood is at 39 degrees right