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good morning to you. thank you for joining us. today is saturday, september 17th. i'm chris mckinnon in for kerry connolly and barry burbank is here with a look at the forecast today. fall-like out there. >> thank you for coming in. >> and otherwise, it would have been all barry all day >> oh, boy. >> and that has happened before but not too often, fortunately. anyways, thanks, chris. good morning, everybody. let's go to the wbz weather bug network and see how cool it is this morning. so cool we have 40s. let's go to the end and natic. to bennett and hemingway elementary school this morning, 48. firewood at the old ham elementary school, 47; and norwell at the vinyl school also, 47 degrees this morning and it's colder than that, a
the venue is down around 40 degrees awhile ago. 56 in downtown boston and it's a cool, crisp start to the day with a little bit of high, thin clouds coming. it's so thin, it's not interfering with the moonlight last night and won't interfere with the sunshine today either. here are some showers to the west. we're hoping to get some showers here coming up for tomorrow. there are not going to be that many around. we should be able to squeak through most of the day. most of the showers tomorrow should be farther north and wef degrees with a partly sunny day. today, 79 and cool or the cape and other south-facing coastal spots. i will see you in a few minutes with the rest of my accuweather forecast. chris? >> thank you very much. a teenager hit and killed by a commuter train in west newton. the investigation leaves passengers delayed for an hour or more. this happened in newtonville near the west newton offramp to the pike and the area where this happened is often used as a cut-through, although transit
was trespassing. trains were delayed by more than an hour and those delays lasted into the overnight hours. the train was headed inbound into the city. one passenger describes his experience. >> we were basically sitting on the train. i was on the way to the red sox game. the conductor came over the intercom and let us know there was a possible fatality on the train and it was considered a crime scene. we had to sit there and wait. other than that, we didn't get any other did tails. >> reporter: the distri attorney's office is -- details. >> reporter: the district attorney's office is investigating the circumstances but foul play is not suspected. this morning, police say they have a taped confession of the man accused of murdering two nuns. sister paula merrill stoneham and sister held were stabbed to death last month inside the missouri sippy home they shared while working as a practitioner inside one of the country's poorest areas. one of the investigators testified that rodney rainfall
sanders admitted he killed them. he's facing capital murder charges. we're following two breaking news stories for you this morning. in philadelphia, a police sergeant, a campus police officer and a civilian were shot last night in the western part of the city. at least one suspect is dead but police spent most of the night searching for another suspect. it's not clear right now what triggered the shootings, but the philadelphia enquirer reports that there was a large police presence in the area before the shots were fired. in texas, two fort worth night as they responded to a call about a possible suicide. the police department said that the person who may have witnessed the suicide barricaded inside a shed and then started shooting officers who tried to get inside. both officers are expected to survive. closer to home in worcester, growing protests. a high school football player in the news for kneeling during the national anthem gets support from his teammates.
protest and school officials let the crowd know in advance what was coming. but as is reported, they asked the protests stay peaceful. >> reporter: it was high energy leading into a football rivalry between dougherty memorial high school and holy name central catholic. a single play stole some focus under friday night lights when one kneeling player turned to >> when i first saw colin kaepernick do it, i realized this is finally something could do as a peaceful protest. >> reporter: in last week's day, he followed the lead of nfl players like france 49 -- san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick and kneeled during the national anthem to promote awareness of racial oppression. he is going to be suspended for the move, but that never happened. >> during the national anthem tonight, we would like everyone
must do see peacefully. >> reporter: flash forward to friday when, despite that statement by the district superintendent, opong and three other players took a knee. fellow students seemed supportive. >> they stood up for what they believe in. and nobody can -- [ indiscernible ] >> i support it. i'm on the football team, my teammates, i have to support them. >> reporter: it sparked strong opinion from others in the crowd. >> i am here to support mike. freedom of speech. >> it's one of the most patriotic things to do, to stand up and showcase your rights. >> people fought this country for freedom and that is -- on all of those men who fought so hard for us. >> reporter: opong was joined by another junior and two seniors after the silent protest, 34-28. in worcester, lous, uisa mueller. police are looking for a
fire. some stood beneath it on a barrel outside of the corner store. three people were seen running away from the scene. the investigators hope that other surveillance cameras in the area can give them a clearer picture of who those suspects are. and volunteers are doing everything they can to protect dozens of dolphins on cape cod. it comes one day after rescuers and strangers race to save a stranded pod near wellfleet. katie brace has emergency boaters. >> reporter: rescuers stood here in case. a pod of dolphins was in the harbor dangerously close to the shoreline as the tide went out. two locals were not going to allow a repeat of thursday's stranding. >> come on, baby, go! >> reporter: an evening of oystering changeed to a dolphin rescue mission. they were in wellfleet harbor when they spotted 20 dolphins. >> when we went out at 4:00, they were still in there.
>> reporter: the international fund for animal welfare that rescues stranded animals stood ready on the pier. they were concerned that the dolphins, not used to tides, would beach. >> and i was like i can't go through this pain again. was crying yesterday. it was tough. >> reporter: the day before, marina watched over two of the 16 dolphins that stranded nearby. ifa rescued all of them and released them into the ocean. the pod frolicking in the harbor all day was new. >> the different groups and this is a rg cod bay and we're seeing smaller breakoffs. >> they were not giving them the chance to beach. as a lifelong commercial fisherman, carl is a man of the sea and made sure to keep his distance. >> i kept going back and forthor i would put my engine in neutral and make a lot of noise. hopefully that would scare them to go the other direction. >> they didn't beach. >> reporter: the pod swam out to deeper water. >> turn around. go out!
make the past few days just the beginning of her involvement with saving dolphins. >> it was great to be a part of something so amazing and to have it so successful. >> please, turn around. >> reporter: ifa said the dolphin rescued on thursday beached itself again on friday morning, but they were able to rescue it again and release it back into the ocean. in wellfleet, katie brace, wbz this morning. the cost of prosecuting marathon bomber tsarnaev will in now. the "boston globe" went to court to find out the cost to taxpayers. the judge said that information won't be made public until a decision is made on tsarnaev's appeal. he was sentenced to death last year in his role for the marathon bombings. a man involved in a five- hourlong standoff in a rehoboth gas station will have a mental health evaluation. he is facing charges, including attempted arson and resisting arrest. he threatened to blow up the
to get out of the suv. they arrested him when he jumped out and tried to run off. a offduty new york city police officer is out of the hospital, almost 24 hours after attacked with a meet cleaver -- meat cleaver. he's okay. police shot the suspect who is still in the hospital in critical . a home for the homeless in the boston area. ahead on wbz this morning, how the new development is changing lives. also ahead, it was a stunt too knievel. the tribute that finished the late daredevil's work.
. home, sweet, home, is the w brookline. this is part of an effort to build permanent homes for people who have been homeless. as liam martin explains, for the people moving in, having their own place is changing their lives. >> i don't have to worry about going hungry, sleeping somewhere. >> reporter: what do you see here? just a guy at home? for joe joy, this humble studio apartment means everything. >> say a prayer on the lawn at night. i'm like oh, my god, i go. where would i be right now?
formerly homeless people who live here in brookripe, a tree line residential area just a stone's throw from jfk's birthplace. >> it is a huge enormous victory and a miracle and we're very grateful to the town of brookline. >> yay! >> reporter: today was the official dedication, celebrating the renovation of these two buildings by the pine street inn and its partners. they have developed 900 units in greater boston. >> housing is where you get up in the morning, sleep at night, where your community is and eat. >> reporter: as part of the project, case managers will work with the residents if they need services like healthcare or job training. >> it feels good to be able to walk out and go about your business. >> reporter: congressman joe kennedy was the keynote speaker. he lives around the corner. >> and what made in to making this, the hard work is a
mobility and what housing provides. >> reporter: for people like joe joy, today is really the first day of the rest of their lives. >> it's a complete turnaround. >> reporter: that was our liam martin reporting on a great story. he said because of projects like beal street, the pine street inn now has more permanent housing units than shelter beds and really a fantastic story there. and we're going to talk about the weather this morning, barry. i'm excited for . feels like summer is trying to hang on, even though fall is knocking on the door. >> the temperatures are above average the next few days and we're back to where we have been much of the time, above the average temperatures, chris. let's see what is happening, in terms of the 90 degrees days this year. hey, we made it to 22. i am kind of interested in that. i was forecasting 22 last winter that we would have 22 days at 90 or higher and we made it. i don't think we're going to have anymore.
above that and initially -- [ indiscernible ] for 2020. [ no audio ] the rest of the season as we get into september. the chance to go down quite a bit. not to say that it can't happen, but looking at the charts this morning, i don't see much of anything going in e up or not 90s. far from it this morning, it's cool out there. 43 in plymouth, new hampshire, jaffreys, 45; fitchburg, 49; sanford, maine, at the airport, 49; lawrence is 41; taunton, 40 and into the cape on the 40s. and into chatham and nantucket, the breeze from the ocean there. 42 in the vineyard this morning. see it's downright autumnal this morning. the dew points in the 40s for
humidity is just off to the southwest and we're going to start to feel that tomorrow. not today. a beautiful saturday is coming up as we have sunshine, some high thin stuff out there now and a few other scattered clouds. they show up during the day. upper 70s is the highest temperatures west-northwest of boston. lower 70s in the south side of the cape. east-facing beaches are warmer than the last few days and we have a high tide around mid- day. needs to be the high some of the 80s are coming away. we'll get some tomorrow. eighty to 84 degrees should do it for highs and this weather front is coming and seems to be slowing down a little bit. we should get some showers out of it in western-northwestern new england tomorrow and probably not much of anything close to boston. julia, which is now a tropical depression, some of the moisture from that might be pulled into the system as it gets into our region on monday. and so, look at the time stamp. tomorrow morning, the showers are in the northwest and they
they will try to redevelop during the day, but doesn't look like too much support for them. at the same time, mid-day tomorrow, we have varying amounts of clouds and sunshine in southern new england into the afternoon that would include areas over gillette stadium and it looks like there shouldn't be rain there. a couple of scattered showers to the northwest might be more pronounced into the evening hours and that is why there could be showers and thunderstorms near fenway park for the yankees game, which is at 8:00 or so on sunday night. so, we'll this frontal boundary that sets up in the air is going to get more active into monday. should be a fine day for the sox game as they take on the yankees this afternoon at 1:05. and then we have an 8:00 game tomorrow night and there could be a shower or thunderstorm. i don't think at this point there is going to be rain there but a remote risk of a quick passing shower. humid and warm, low to mid-80s at gillette stadium tomorrow afternoon. tropical now, depression julia,
doesn't look like much here. some of the tropical moisture might be pulled in. tropical storm carl in the atlantic and here's the eastern seaboard here. carl is watched because it might be a hurricane, according to the latest projections from the national hurricane center and we have this the next seven days, upper 70s today but south- facing coastal spots that are cooler, the south-southwest breeze not humid today and it will be humid tomorrow. a slight chance of a shower and rain on monday. light hope we get beneficial rain out of afternoon and we have nice weather the rest of next week and looks good, chris. >> all right, sounds good. thank you very much, barry. you would think by now that curious george would know better than to get himself into some messes that made him so famous. after 75 years, the place associated with the monkey,
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.
. today, an icon raised in ri to curious george. the story featuring the little monkey was first published in 1941 by massachusetts-based publisher hoten mifflin. the only curious george store in harvard scare is in danger of closing. a developer bought the space and wants to renovate it. the store's owners are calling out to fans to help save the store and started an online petition asking for 1,000 fans to send a messaging to the
the harvard square location. it would not be a birthday without a big party. you can celebrate with curious george himself today at the world's only curious george shop in harvard square. that party is this afternoon from 2-5 with cake and, of course, chunky monkey ice cream from ben and jerry's. the store suncouraging you to bring a new book or toy to the party. they'll be donating them to the cambridge family and children's services. so, such a great thing that you can enjoy this afternoon. and mi morning, much more as donald trump tries to move on from his burger mistake. he's taking heat for what some say is another threat of violence against hillary clinton. and as we head to break, this is a look at the winning lottery numbers last night. if you won, call me up.
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next week. back to school or back for more. staples has the lowest prices. period. staples. make more happen. . good morning, everybody. thanks so much for joining use this saturday morning. it's after 6:30. i'm chris mckinnon in for kerry connolly. where is kerry, is she on vacation? >> kerry, come on out there. stop sleeping now. >> and she's taking a nap. >> and sleeping at home, not here. >> good for her and good with
>> going for a morning run. >> i would like to do that now. >> i will do the weather. [ laughter ] >> and this is the clicker. >> the w-town. >> the clicker. >> the clicker. >> okay, here we go, chris. let's go to the ws here and the wbz weather bug network. in fact, more than the ws, we're going to go west, young man, to westburg at the nashob avail technical high school, 49 and let's go to westborough at the fails elementary school, 47 and go to westin at the westin high school where it's 46. you can get the idea it's cool out there and we have some spots, still down around 40 in taunton this morning and starting to go up now. the sun is going to start to go to work and start to raise the temperature and it's going to turn out to be a really, really nice saturday. you can see the high, thin cloudiness over the sky during the nighttime hours. you can see that this morning and perhaps adding to the colorful sunrise. we have the frontal boundary to the west, which will give us eventually some showers and we might get through much of
in the boston area south. today, it's up to 79 with a mix of sun and some clouds around. not humid today but it will be more humid tomorrow and there will be a risk of a few showers. i think many areas are going to stay dry much of the day. more in the forecast a few minutes, chris. >> thank you very much, barry. appreciate it. and checking the top stories for you on this saturday morning, a teenager hit and killed by a commuter train and this happened in newtonville near the newton offramp in the pike. the area is often used as a cut- through, we're told, and teenager was trespassing at the time. the trains on the worcester branch were delayed by more than an hour and they lasted into the overnight hours. the d.a.'s office is investigating, but we're told right now this death is not believed to be suspicious. two breaking news stories overnight to tell you about involving police and shootings in philadelphia. a police sergeant, a campus police officer and a civilian were all shot in the western part of the city. at least one suspect is dead but it's not clear what triggered the shootings.
police officers were shot last night as they responded to a call about a possible suicide. both of those officers are expected to survive. police say they have a taped confession of the man accused of murdering two nuns. sister paula merrill of stoneham and sister margaret held were stabbed to death last month inside the mississippi home they shared. during a grand jury hearing yesterday, one of the investigators testified that rodney earl sanders admitted he killed the women. sanders is facing ca >> and checking in on campaign 2016 for you this morning, donald trump is being accused again of inciting violence against hillary clinton. >> and i think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. >> this latest remark is stirring up more controversy for the candidate and yet comes as he tries to move past the mistake about where president obama was born. he's more on that story for us.
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hillary clinton's secret service agents to be stripped of their guns, potentially putting her in danger. >> i think they should disarm. immediately. what do you think? yes? yes. yeah. take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. take their -- let's see what happens to her. >> reporter: it's not the first time trump has been accused of suggesting violence against clinton, sparking a firestorm in august for saying, quote, second amendment people might be elected. >> welcome to all of you deplorables. >> reporter: the moment came just hours after trump, under interns pressure, disa vowed the birth -- he helped bleed. >> president barrack obama was born in the united states. >> reporter: and in that statement, trump falsely accusing clinton of starting the birther theory during her
involved in the rumors but not clinton herself. >> he has led the birther movement to delegitimize our first black president. >> reporter: the first lady stumping for clinton friday hitting trump on his birther ties. >> if a candidate is erratic and threatening, if a candidate traffics in prejudice, fears, and lies on the trail, let me tell you, that is who they are. >> reporter: trump late friday >> when they're in trouble they always pull out the racist word and they are in very big trouble. i have to tell you. >> reporter: and late last night, clinton's campaign released a statement on trump's comment about disarming her secret service agents saying that trump has a pattern of inciting violence and that he's unfit to be president and that republican leaders should denounce his comments. in a studio; and bad news for the third party candidates. the debate commissions only
the presidential debates. the libertarian party candidate and the green party candidate didn't reach 15% of the polls see they won't be on stage the first of three debates that will be held monday, september 26th at hofstra university in new york. we'll carry it live here on wbz. easton police are on alert this morning after a woman said she was attacked while walking her dog. that woman said a person kicked her from behind. police are investigating whether she was sexually assaulted as well. so far, police say they and two young adults have been sentenced for raping a teenager and then posting the crime to snapchat. the 21-year-olds sexually assaulted the girl two years ago in the woods in saugus. the pair was sentenced to four to five years in prison. the victim's family blasted the sentence calling it too lenient. and it's a shocking run-in on a new jersey highway. take a look at the video.
led a fed ex truck driver trying to run a school bus off of the road. that bus was trying to pass on the left when the truck driver veers into the bus. the good news, no kids were on board the school bus. the bus driver has been fired and fed ex is investigating. both drivers are facing wreckless driving charges. the university of new hampshire is taking some heat after using part of a $4 million donation to buy a new football scoreboard. as we have been reporting longtime librarian estate when he died worth $4 million. although he designated? to go to the library itself, the rest was unrestrictive. the school spent 1 million on the new scoreboard and some alumni are furious. the governor criticized it. unh said it expect -- respects counteropinion but the decision is not going to change, quote, u in, h has a stadium that, while modest compared to the others in the country s one every new hampshire resident can be proud of and it goes on
recruit the best and brightest students. and tom brady can't work out with any current patriots but that doesn't mean he's slacking off. he retire -- the retired player help brady stay game ready. coming up next in sports. hey, barry. >> and hi there, chris. we had the full harvest moon last night. there it is taken from carson beach and thanks to eileen murphy. the height and cloudiness up there last night and we had that for the surprise this morning and that is going to be more on the harvest moon. let's go to the trivia for this hour and it goes like this. complete the lyrics of this song. so shine on, shine on harvest moon for me and my girl, my gal, my date, my wife. that is an old song about harvest moon. the answer to that and my
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. good morning, everybody. following thursday night's incredible 9th-inning rally and walkoff win with the yankees, the two teams met again at fenway park. if momentum is as good as the next day starting piper, momentum fell upon the shoulders of clay buckles who got the ball for boston on. the bottom of the first we go, ortiz to center and poppy will be out trying to stretch a
bag. no go. and still in the first, ramirez with the single up the middle and bass from second. giving boston a 2-0 lead after 1. in the fourth, again, and just like last night, just like two nights ago, a home run to center field. six homers, 13 rbi in the last six wins and sox up 3-0 and clay buckles was solid last night and a little trouble in the 5th, two on, two out, sanchez with the two-run double off of the top of the wall, 3-2 the score an boston, six inning, two runs on seven hits for buckles. the sox up 5-2 and jackie bradley jr. with the first pitch and into the yankees bullpen. number 25 of the season, the four sox players with 25 or more home runs. the yanks cut the lead to 7-4, and kimble comes in to close it out and strikes out elsburgy and sanchez. seven-4 in the final. after, ramirez was asked about the hot bath. >> and -- [ indiscernible ] i
we have it forward, you know, and have to go forward and push him to the limits, you know, grinding every day and get everything we got as a team, you know, and keep playing how we have been playing. >> and trust me, handley is indeed, red-hot. and just over 24 hours until the patriots take on the dolphins as they switch to football, and we're not sure if gronkowski will be on the field sunday. hightower doubtful after not practicing at all this week. and gronk was on the field while cameras were allowed to be out there for stretching on friday. what he did beyond that point, we don't know. having him on the field, of course, would add to what is sure to be an electric atmosphere for sunday's home opener. >> and this is going to be exciting, you know. real exciting. another good opportunity. just have to go out there and perform. >> and it's everything. we love playing here. that is our home and i played a lot of games here. so, we're excited to be here.
to game day at 11:30. the pats and dolphins kick off at 1 and the fifth quarter post game show is on my tv 38 after the game. and everyone's been speculating for weekings on what tom brady is doing during the four-week layoff. would he bring former teammates in to walk with him? he let the bag out on a friday morning on a radio show. >> i hit him up to do dinner like saturday night. he was oh, i am going to be flying in from ann arbor later he we go throw, and i am sitting there and i'm like -- i was just thinking about dinner. but, yes, sure. and i am sitting there trying to have dinner and hey, get your stuff here and go throw. i'm like geez, have me running like two-minute drills, the backyard or something. >> good stuff. >> and college football, harvard opening the season last night against uri. the senior quarterback joe
a broken foot, making up for loss time. no one open, from 8 yards out. harvard up 24-7 at the half and hooks up with him for a couple of scores last night, from 18 yards. the nice catch. harvard wins big on opening night, 51-21 is your final. and bc takes on virginia tech later on this afternoon. umass takes on fiu out in amburst and -- amhurst and the red sox and yankees, first pitch after 1:00, and red ic that is it for now. i'm dan roche, w about, z sports. and time to economic in -- wbz sports. >> and time to check in with barry this morning. we have had a hot summer. >> we have had a very hot summer, no question about that. the hot east record, really. it looks like we're in for warm weather this week and the last few morning, a couple of cool days, chris. the blue squares in boston and
a long time. september is a transition month and we can have nice warm days and cool mornings. then we can have a nice warm afternoon. today is one of the days. a cool start for sure and we're going to have a nice warm afternoon. these are highs in the 70s, close to what it should be and below average in boston and 70. and because of a sea breeze. the cool weather in the morning contributed to a little bit below average day. and these are the numbers, 40s across many locations and mid-50s in boston and conducts and 70s into the northwest. and serve doing in baker lake this morning, say high to my friends up there in baker. they're looking cooler up there and waiting for the first snowy on fall. sixtys and 70s into the southwest coming our way for temperatures tomorrow morning in the 60s.
boston and 60 or higher into the southwest and this higher humidity will come up ahead of the approaching frontal band, which will give us hopefully some worthwhile rain here and all systems seem to fail in a drought that we have hopefully we'll get rain for everybody on men. these are the highs. a lot of 80s into the southwest. the 83, in philadelphia today and probably going to be near and south of boston tomorrow. and it's going to be warmer tomorrow. the high pressur w southerly breeze to warm things up. here comes the front with showers in the midwest and there is tropical depression julia which may inject the moisture from our system into the frontal boundary on monday and giving you some -- giving us some rain. the temperatures why going up. by mid-day, we're in the mid-70 l s. heading for upper 70s this afternoon. and some high, then cloudiness
morning and some clouds around today. some showers into northern and western new england tonight. 10:30 tomorrow morning, partly sunny and in the mid-70s. destined to go to the lower 80s tomorrow afternoon. around 80, 84 and into foxboro for gillette stadium looking good. today, mixed best and looks look a great time afternoon. gates open at 11:00 this morning and should be fine for that. tomorrow, the showers may start to break out in the afternoon, that may cause a problem for the 8:00 game tomorrow night and going to get close. the boundary is wetter and wet or monday. across central and southern portions of new england. again, looks like fine weather today at fenway.
tomorrow and about 70 to 72 on monday with that rain falling much of the time and hopefully it falls much of the time and lower 80s come back at us on tuesday and when it starts drying out in the afternoon. wednesday somebody a fantastic day and wonderful day. thursday, too. looks like next week and well, let's go to the trivia for this hour. complete the lyrics of this song. this came out about the harvest moon. wead shine on, shine on harvest moon for me and my girl in my gal, my date, my wife? my guest? >> b, my gal. >> my gal. >> you have a gold star today. man, the first time ever. >> up in the sky.
july. no time. >> and the full harvest moon. a lot of pictures from everybody last night. and got plenty of them. thanks for sending your pictures less and shared a few on tv this morning and eric did last night as well. >> and that looks good as well. >> and yeah. very cool. a sign of fall for sure, barry? a 9-year-old's class project turned into a battle against bullies. coming up on wbz, why he one simple tool has the power
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.
. good morning to you. it's saturday, september 17th. appreciate you being here at 7 a.m. i'm chris mckinnon in for kerry connolly and barry weather. >> kerry thanks you for coming in today. >> she did? is she up right now? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> and we're looking at a cool start and sun's up, see it's going to heat up, right? >> not going into the 90s or having any of that anymore. we're going into the 70s and starting out this morning pretty cool out there and to the weather bug network and see what is happening in the ds. dracut, 48 right now and they're in high lands
50 and go out west to the dover- sherbert middle school where it's 48 there as well. a cool start this morning and 40 in norwood and still chilly here as of 7:00. the temps are going to rise actively and sunset after 6:30 and looking at temperatures going up smartly the next few hours and just a bit of high, thin cloudiness. some started showing up around sunset last night. the storm-producing clouds to the west won't gehe tomorrow and this is the deal. and today, we have sunshine ruling, upper 70s and cooler and it won't be humid but a breeze out of the south- southwest and hear hollywood tomorrow, varying amounts of sun and sunshine and a chance a shower in southern new england. more on the seven days ahead. chris? >> thank you very much. we want to update you with breaking news. a teenager hit and killed by a commuter train.
or more. it happened in newtonville near the west newton offramp to the pike and this area where it happened is used as a cut- through we're told. transit police are saying the teenager was trespassing at the time. the trains on the worcester branch were delayed more than an hour and they lasted into the overnight hours. the train was heading into the city and one passenger describes his experience. >> were sitting on the train and i was on the way to the red sox game and the conductor let fatality on the train, it was considered a crime scene and we had to sit there and wait. other than that, he didn't give us any other details or let us know anything else happening. >> the district attorney's office is investigating the circumstances but right now, they tell us that foul play is not suspected. and new this morning, police say they have a taped confession of the man accused of murdering two nuns. sister paula merrill of stoneham and sister margaret held were stabbed to death last month inside the mississippi home they shared while working
during a grand jury hearing yesterday, one of the investigators testified that rodney earl sanders admitted he killed the women and said there is an audio recording of that confession. sanders is facing capital murder charges. >> and we're following two breaking news stories from overnight in philadelphia. a police sergeant, campus police officer and civilian were all shot last night in the western part of the city and at least one suspect was dead but police spent most of the nigh not clear what triggered the shooting but there were large police brings in the area before the shots were fired. i. and in texas, two fort worth police officers were shot last night as they responded to a call about a possible suicide. the police department said that a person who may have witnessed the suicide barricaded themselves inside a shed and started shooting at officers
in worcester, a growing protest. a high school football player in the news for kneeling during the national anthem gets support from some of his teammates. last night, three others in worcester joined in the silent protest during the national anthem, and school officials let the crowd know in advance it was coming. as louisa mueller reports, they ask that those protests remain peaceful. >> reporter: it was high energy, leading into a football rivalry between dougherty memorial high name central catholic. a single play stole some focus under friday night lights when one kneeling player turned to four. >> when i first saw collin kaepernick do it, i realized this was finally something that i could do as a peaceful protest. >> reporter: at last week's game, they followed the lead of nfl players like san francisco 49ers quarterback collin kaepernick and kneeled during
awareness of racial oppression. he claims he was going to be suspended for the move and that in every happened. >> the national anthem tonight, we would like everyone to endsta and if you choose not to stand, you must do see peacefully. >> reporter: flash forward to friday when, despite that statement by the district superintendent, opong and three others took a knee. fellow students seemed supportive. >> and they stood up for what they believe in and -- [ indiscernible] >> i support it. and i am on the football team and i have to support them. >> reporter: it sparked strong opinions from others in the crowd. >> and i am here to support mike. freedom of speech. young people standing up for what they believe in. >> one of the most patriotic things to do,so to stand up and showcase for the rights. >> people fought for this country and that is what -- for those who fought hard for us. >> reporter: he was joined by another junior and two seniors
dougherty beat holy name, 34- 28. in worcester, louisa mueller, w about, z some thorpe -- this morning. in everett, they searching for a group of people who set an american flag on fire. surveillance video shows someone standing beneath it on a barrel. three people were seen running away from the scene. investigators hope others in the area will give them a clearer picture of who these suspects are. and back to school means kids. how a 9-year-old is looking to change the bullying culture one person at a time. and as we go to break, the sun is coming up over the city of boston and that is goings to be a beautiful one out there. we'll have more in a few
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. welcome back. providing a safe and nurturing environment to help poor and homeless women maintain their dignity, seek opportunity and find security in their lives. that is the mission statement of rosie's place this morning and we're joined by the communications director. michelle, and let's talk about this organization.
year. how many do you help? >> we see 12,000 women come through our doors every year for the homeless women in the boston community for a wide variety of services, anything from a meal or a bed to one-on- one support and help with finding a job, finding housing and we have a -- we have a food pantry and free english classes like a community center. >> and that is cool. we were talking before coming on air and a lot of what you and how do they do that? >> and it's simple. go on the website and fill out an application. and we really rely on help from our volunteers and they account for many thousands of hours that allow us to make what we do possible and there are things that people can do and help serve meals, help in the food pantry, and teach english as a second language class. they're our lifeblood.
organization to get involved with if you can. what if you don't have the time? do you take donations? is there anything that i can use now? >> we rely on private donations and accept no government funding, so, it's so important that people do support us. individuals, businesses, corporations, foundations. people can, again, go to our website or they can help sent us at our big annual fund raising event coming up in october. >> and i was going to say anything big on the calendar >> and for more information on the fund raiser, go to your website. >> on the website, it's rosiesplace.org and the fund raiser is called fwfb and that is at the convention center. we have 1700 people there, fantastic and we have boston media, kate merrill will be on our program. we love her and we are going to have her has on ur fighter -- featured speaker. >> very cool. >> and we're excited about
www.cbsboston.com. >> wonderful. >> and everyone can go get that information and is there anything else you want to get this morning? >> peanut am -- people want to help boston. a welcoming community. and people are quite generous and we want to provide a nice holiday as we can for the women we serve and who we call our guests. if people want to do gift drives, toiletry drives and clothing, things like that, we're happy to accept those and website. >> and one of the key words is dignity and i think it's great that you're our guest. >> that's right. >> and really, really fantastic. >> and that issy special play place and the community embraced us as well. >> and go to www.cbsboston.com for more information and we appreciate you coming in early on a saturday morning. >> my pleasure. thank you very much. >> we'll see you next time. >> okay. >> and bye-bye. coming up, theo epstein knows the value of a good disguise.
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dozens of dolphins on cape cod. this is just one day after rescuers and strangers real estated to save a stranded pod nearwellfleet. katie brace has more on those emergency efforts. >> reporter: rescuers stood here just in case a pod of dolphins was out there in the harbor, dangerously close to the shoreline as the tide went out. they were not going to allow a repeat of thursday's stranding. >> come >> reporter: an evening of oystering changeed to a dolphin rescueition mission. they were in wellflight harbor when they spotted the dolphins. >> and they were in there and heading into the cold where they were yesterday. >> reporter: the international fund for animal welfare or if, that rescued stranded animal stood ready on the pier and were concerned the dolphins would beach. >> and i saw one crying
>> and the day before, she watched over 16 golfins nearby and the pod frolicking in the will bor all day was new. >> and different groups and there is a different one in cape cod bay and we're seeing smaller breakoffs. >> and they were not giving them a chance to beach. carl is a man of the sea and made sure to keep his distance. >> and i kept going back and forth and back and forth or i would put my engine in neutral hopefully that would scare them to go the other direction. >> and they didn't beach. >> reporter: the pods swam out to deeper water. >> swim around and go out. go out, baby. >> reporter: maria vowed to make the past few days the beginning of her involvement. >> and it was great to be a spart of something amazing and have it successful.
itself again on thursday morning but they were able to rescue it again and release it into the ocean. katie brace, wbz this morning. >> and time to talk about the weather this saturday morning. and feels like fall out there. >> that does now and it's going to be a nice afternoon and warming up beautifully. we're looking at temperatures going up more than 30 degrees. >> and layers is the key? >> yeah. >> and don't take too many. >> anyway. and this is what is happening www.cbsboston.com the and continues to worsen here and the extreme drought encompasses 52% of massachusetts now and that is real. 19% of new hampshire expanded by nearly 30% in massachusetts from last week and writ night have a couple of scattered showers tomorrow, most places will stay dry in boston and points south. monday, we're hopeful that a more prolonged rain is going to materialize, a steadier one and that is beneficial if we can get a half an inch to an inch
indeed and that extreme drought is in southern massachusetts and new hampshire. we're below and have huge deficits that go back two years and 15 to 20 inches, the deficit for the both years and the rain probability the next few days is zero percent today. we might just yem you the to 50% and there is i higher probability north and west of boston tomorrow. even where there is a scattered showers and monday looks like a good shot that everyone is getting some rain and drops into tuesday and wednesday as dry air takes over again and we're hoping the tropical moisture from swirling around the remnants of julia into the coast there will reso -- as a result inny more juiced- up weather front here and that may mean getting more worthwhile rain out of this and it's been cold this morning
reports and they some of the lows this morning. john and nashua at 44 degrees and dawn and spencer at 44; eric in help cointon, 45. -- hopkinton, 45 and they had 51 for a low this morning. and boston is at 57 and the dew point is 53. the southwest winds and who have the high, thin cloudiness on the skies and hour-by-hour, you can see boston warming up d afternoon and should be around 70 and 78 in poston and with more of a southwest wind and so east coast beaches, east-facing beaches are warmer than yesterday and about same as that wind comes up with the dew points in the 40s except in boston and we have temperatures into the southwest which are in the 60s and 70s and we're looking at that coming in here with time and we're going to
the dew points in the 60s and that is creeping in here tomorrow and more humid late tonight. after today's highs in the upper 70s, west-northwest of boston, that is where the highest temperatures will be and lowest is here in southeastern new england and looking at high temperatures across the nation. the 8s and 90s. 83 in philadelphia mean coming our way for tomorrow. look at today. we have the showers coming and not much. they try to northwest and fall apart tomorrow morning and the partly sunny weather here and not much rain here until some time late and into the eve inning and on monday, looks like we'll get rain and temperatures on monday will be about 70 with the rain falling and dries out and tuesday afternoon is drier and nicer, and nice weather coming up and light hope we get rain on monday. thank you very much and a
is taking action to stop bullying once and for all and he seed -- saved up enough of his own money to hand out 800 braces in -- bracelets in louisiana. it says live bully free. the messaging is simple and powerful. >> and if you have bullied somebody before and you go to do it again, look at your wrist. and have -- you have the band. >> kind of thinking it's going to stop bullying but it gh >> and we hope it does, too. the braceless were interned for the fourth grade but it quickly spread to k-5th grade says. and that is some great work there. straight ahead in the next half hour of wbz this morning, a showdown on the roads. what led to a case of road rage involving the fed ex truck and a cool bus. . >> and are petas the new burritos? and coming up, the tasty quick
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can smell it and see it. you're infused with the feeling of the lushousness of the damage before getting it to your mouth. >> reporter: it's puffier and fresh baked in downtown crossing. >> and these are delicious, fluffy and full with flavors and you can make a pocket out of it and it holds the sandwich. nothing drips or falls apart. >> an salaniki and bona peta and at the "the phantom gourmet" food festival on saturday, september 24th and for more, watch phantom on saturday and sunday at 10:30 and 11 on my tv 38. >> and who is starving now! i. >> and 7:27 right now on your saturday morning. this is a live look over the city of boston, a chilly start and barry burbank said we're
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. good morning to you and happy saturday. 7:30 right now. i'm chris mckinnon and appreciate you being here. check in with barry burbank. >> and chilly this morning. might blanket. >> and seriously. >> going to warm up nicely and that is one of the aspect days. we can start out in the 40s. >> the best. >> and end up with 80 in the afternoon. >> and that is the best. i think i will leave now. >> and i will walk to the green strain and tell you what it's going to be look. the ss will start out chris in salem, massachusetts. on the weather bug network at the salt apstall school. and love saying that.
in sud bur, it's 46 and into the lower 40s this morning and in scituate and boston and at the gates middle school, it's 54 and we see how jilly it is and that cold air is there and the warmth of yesterday radiated out and that is cool under a crisp, clear conditions and some high, thin cloudiness overnight and who sigh that in the sky at it looks like a nice day. some bif clouds may pop later and the storm-producing clouds into the west and we want them to arrive and they should be giving us rain and most of that wet weather is happening on monday. today, up to 79 for a high this afternoon. not humid and lower 70s, the south-facing coastal spot and a breeze out of the south- southwest and 10 to 20 and more humid tomorrow. a slight chance of a shower and farther north and west of boston, the highs around 83. the rest of my accuweather
>> and thank you very much. and 7:32 right now. a teenager hit and killed by a commuter train in newtonville near the offramp on the pike. the area where this happened is often used as a cut-through. transit police saying the teenager was trespassing at the time. the trains were delayed by an hour or more and they lasted into the overnight hours. the d.a.'s office is investigating but we're told the death is not believed to be suspicious. and two stories overnight involving police-involved shootings in philadelphia and they will begin a police sergeant and campus police officer were shot last night and one suspect is dead and it's not clear what triggered the shootings. and in texas, two fort worth police officers were shot last night as they responded to a call about a possible south and they are expected to survive. and. easton police are on, letter after a woman said she was attacked while walking her
her from behind and so far, police say they don't have a description of the suspect. and two young adults were sentenced for raping a teenager and posting that crime on snapchat. the 21-year-old dayhim and 21- year-old bonilla sexually assaulted the girl in the woods in saugus and that were sentenced to four to five years in prison. the victim's family blasted that sentence calling it too lenient. and that is in on a highway in new jersey. an apparent case of road rage lead a fed ex truck driver trying to run the school bus off of the road and that is when that truck driver veers into the bus and there were no kids on board. the bus driver is fired and fed ex is being investigated and both drivers are facing wreckless driving charges. >> and another great sox- yankees game in the books and this is better because of the
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shoulders of clay buckholtz. david ortiz, singles to center and bogard scores from second and poppy is out trying to stretch a single into a double and tried to reach around the bag and no go. still in the first, ramirez with the single up the middle and best comes from second and gives boston a 2-0 lead after 1 and in the 4th, again. just lieb last night and two nights ago, a home run to center field and the 13 rbis and clay buckholtz was solid last night and two on, two out, and with that two-run double off of the top of the wall. at that point, boston, sixainpings, and two runs on 7 hits. to 7th we go, and jackie bradley. >> jr. takes the first pitch and into the yankees bullpen and players with 25 or more home runs and cut the lead to 7- 4-9 and kimble comes in to
seven-4 the final and after the game, ramirez was asked about his past. >> and i haven't got hot yet and -- i think we have to go forward, you know, and push into the limits and grind every day and get everything we have as a team and keep playing how we have been playing. >> and handily is indeed red- hot and just over 24 hours until the patriots take on e dolphins, we're not sure if gronkowski is on the field on sunday and hightower doubtful, though and gronk was on the practice field and that is while cameras were allowed out there and what he did beyond that, we don't know and having him on the field is adding to be an electric atmosphere for sunday's home opener. >> and that is going to be exciting. another good opportunity and have to go out there and.
that is our home. you know, i played a lot of gapes here personally and i love playing here and in front of the fans, so, we're excited to be here. >> and we have you covered tomorrow. and pats and dolphins kick off at 1 on wbz and our post game show is on my the 38 after the game. everyone is speculating for weeks on what tom brady would do during the four-week layoff and now we know. and welker let the cat ou the bag friday morning on a miami radio show. >> and i hit him up to do dinner like saturday night and he's like go i'm going to fly in from ann arbor later and how about that morning, we throw and i am like -- and i was thinking about dinner and yes, sure. i am sitting there trying to have dinner and hey, get your stuff here and go throw and he's going to run like two-
>> and that is some good stuff. >> and harvard opening the season last night against uri and joe viviano making the first career start and making up for lost time and from eight yards out, harvard up 24-7 at the half and a couple of scores and this is from 18 yards and nice catch. harvard wins big on opening nice, 51-21 is your final and bc takes on virginia particular and later umass takes on fiu in amhurst and, of course, the red sox and yankees, the first pitch after 1 and david price is red-hot of late, too and on the mound against mitchell of the yankees. i'm dan roche, wbz sports. and the cubs president is rylieing on an old trick he used while in boston. the photo has been circulating on social media showing him in a disguise. from the bleachers at
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slowed down the rockies game at denvers coor's field. a hail delay stopped the game between colorado and san diego last night. the storm moved in quickly in the 9th as players and fans alike ran for cover. and at least it was small hail. not baseball-sized hail. >> and o, wow. >> and that was wild. >> and they can get big hailstorms. >> they can. >> and they're used to that happening. >> yeah. >> and how about us. >> how about us? >> today's the day. >> today's the day. >> the mix fest. >> it open at 11 this morning and how would you like to go there? >> uh-huh. >> and the weather is going to be beautiful and have some great lineups of guests there and artists. >> cold play. >> yeah. >> and shaggy? >> and one republican, too. >> and that is what i meant. >> my bad. >> all good. >> and that is going to be fantastic and it's been great and this one should be just as good as all of the others and weather is going to cooperate
that is going to be just fine. and look at the number of 90 degrees days and looks like we had all we're going to get for the season and for most people, we have had enough. and 22 days, we were forecasting 22 in boston and we got the 22 and we can go last friday, i guess. we got the 90 degrees day and that came up this week. and getting up the day number 22 and that is it. doesn't look like of any really hot weather on the way. the weather pattern is not favorable and we into the second half of september and don't get 90 degrees days, usually, and this is what i don't think we will. 49 and near 90 today. 49 and think of it this morning and all of the temps starting out in the 40s and close to 40 and there were a couple of spots upped 40 this morning and warming up nicely and that is thanks to the still strong september sunshine and sending things up nicely.
at the temperatures into the north and south and west of us in the 60s and into the lower 70s and that is going to be warmer tonight and almost 20 degrees warmer than last night. the higher dew points, too and you will feel the higher humidity and the high temperatures across the nation and 83 in philadelphia and probably in boston tomorrow. the southwestern suburbs as the rain comes our way and we will have not much rain coming our and just a slight chance of a shower and into the mid- and upper 70s, south-facing coast is coolest. not too much cloudiness, high, then cloudiness now and then, a few scattered puffy clouds and showers tomorrow morning from the northwest and they will weaken. we'll have a partly cloudy day and during the afternoon, more showers and thunderstorms pop up into the north and west of us and we should be in good shape at gillette for the home
evening and that might make a problem for fenway park. the yankees are in up to the last game of the series and an 8:00 game and looks like rain starts to spread out across the region coming up for monday. hopefully it will be a widespread and longer-lasting rain. that is the forecast for rain on monday and drying out on wednesday and wednesday and thursday as well and hope we get the rain on monday, chris. >> thank you very much.
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. good morning, everybody. i'm debbie. welcome to centro. the local non-profit organization centro presente, which advocates for immigrant light, is urging latinos to they launched a new voter registration campaign called our voices, our vote, and the number one goal is to register as many latino voters as they can to make a bigger impact than in prior elects. to tell us what about what they're doing and to get the word out to our community, with us is mario par erz, a board member. good morning. >> and good morning. >> this looks great and amazing.
appreciate it. >> and what can you tell us about the new campaign? obviously, mario, this is an important election year, right? >> yeah. >> and especially for you. you have been out there advocating to try and get more people to register to vote. why is this year so important for you? >> i think it's fortunate because of the rhetoric you hear right now, you know, our organization is focused on advocating for the immigrant community in boston and massachusetts, and this year has been very divisive. and we want to use the mp and educate the community on what is going and get involved. and what happened throughout the year. i know central presentee is out there and informing and educating our community about the importance of voting. >> yeah. >> and what happened throughout the year. do you feel the community has gotten more involved and are they more active? >> and i think the issue has been, especially with immigration that there hasn't been any legislation passed for
nationally. >> yes. >> and in many years and so i think right now, there is some apathy when it comes to getting involved and because of the special election. >> and tell us about our voices, our vote. that is the name of the campaign. >> yeah. >> and the campaign, our voices, our vote, we launched at the civic engage meant campaign to get the latino vote out and get immigrants involved in the community and we want to not only through the vote but through getting involved in the civic life in general. >> uh-huh. >> and i would think one of the things also that you're doing is not just trying to get the people who can vote but educating the ones who can't vote to tell others who keep the vote to do that. >> and i think that 6 treatmently important for our organization and there is a lot of our community members who can't vote. we want to educate them how to
members and friends to get involved or getting involved in this -- . >> reminding others. >> exactly. >> about the purpose of voting. next saturday the 24th, you're going to have a special campaign, specifically at maverick station? >> yes. >> on saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., we're going to do a voter registration drive and outside of maverick station in east boston. we're going to register people to vote and giving information on how to get involved in other ways for those who can't vote as well. >> and is there >> yes. our organization is in east boston. >> okay. >> and as many people know, east boston has a huge population of latinos and huge population of immigrants documented and up documented and so, five wreck station is a very busy area and that is where we want to target people. >> and you want basically people to just go out there and tell others to go out there and register to vote. >> and to participate in other
other workshops that we'll be doing as well. >> and talk to us about that and this is happening next saturday the 24th. >> yeah. >> and that is at maverick station and you're going to do a lot more throughout the month of october as you get closer to election day? >> right. >> and that is around the corner and we're going to go out there and motivate people and we're going to do some are ridge restriction drives throughout october and other forums as well. >> okay. >> it's last minute the vote and motivate people. >> and last-minute message. and about the importance of voting to the viewers. >> and this year, it's important to get out and also that once the elections are over, to stay involved and we want this to keep going on in november and continue hosting the events for people to get involved. >> and i am sure you will continue the great work you do throughout the years and i have seen what you do and keep that up.
community are getting informed and educated on important topics. >> and we appreciate it and we'll continue doing the work. >> thank you very much for coming by. >> thank you. >> and for more information on the campaign, our voices, our vote, you can call them at 8 everyone-256-2981. and you can get a direct link to the website and is this facebook social media -- and their facebook social media page and visiting us. like every week, we want to invite you to connect to us and follow us on twitter. i'm debbie, inviting you to step forward to a better you. see you next time. history is rewritten in a dramatic fashion. scott trueex spent the last eight years working for this big moment. herod a steam-rocket across the canyon in idaho and designed by his scott father and for none other than evel knievel.
the jump. pretty cool, huh? >> and i hear that is what you're doing for birthday celebration? >> i am down for any of the thrill stuff. seen me up. i am cool to go. >> and expect him out there soon. >> and. we have a nice day coming up. the upper 70s and there is a lot of sunshine and some high clouds and just a couple of scattered showers tomorrow. >> and sounds good and thank you very much, parry. cbs this morning is next here on wbz.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it's september 17th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning: saturday." donald trump tries to put the birther issue to bed, but sparks yet another controversy over guns. plus, the zika danger zone in miami triples. we will have details on the new infection. >> uber launches self-driving cars in one u.s. city. what it means for a driverless future. kicking off a new era. for the first time in decades