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breaking news an explosion rocks new york city, the mayor says it was an intentional act. we'll have an update on the injuries and investigation. and police investigating 2 more suspicious devices just blocks from that explosion how one of them is similar to the bombs used in the boston marathon attacks. also a stabbing inside a busy mall and a dramatic
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rush to save 2 divers who ran into some serious trouble. >> from channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz this morning. . well good morning, it is sunday september 18th. i'm filling in for kerry connolly this morning. barry burbank is here. we start off the weekend gorgeous, friday saturday, beautiful. can we say the same for today? you want to. i'm not going to stop you from saying that. it's a little different day today but it's going to continue to be satisfactory for most folks. it won't be as sunny but we'll take it. nice to have you here this morning. let's go to the bs on the weather bug network and see what's happening at boxford at
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so much different than yesterday morning. yesterday morning most of these spots were down in the mid and upper 40s so a big 20-degree jump from what we had yesterday. even fitchbe are rg is 71. it's a warm muggy morning out there. and yes there are a few scattered showers along a frontal boundary here. more clouds than sunshine showers moving into northwestern worcester county. we had about a 20 minutes showers in orange massachusetts. but this first initial batch it looks like it's going to start to weaken out but lots of clouds remain and there will be times where the sun will be able to break through the clouds up around 83 for and average high. more on the weather in a few minutes. breaking overnight a second
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went off in manhattan last night. cbs news confirms it was a pressure cooker, the same device used in the boston marathon attacks. a bomb disposal robot safely removed it from the scene. we've just learned a third device turned out to be nothing dangerous. new york's mayor says last night's explosion was an intentional act but no specific or credible threat to the city and right now there is evidence that this is related to terrorism. the explosion went off 23rd street around 8:30 last night nearly 30 people were hurt. most injuries are minor but one person did suffer a puncture wound. police have been scouring the area near the 2 scenes overnight looking under every car and in every trash can for any clues or other possible threats and they say they need the public's help.
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initial indications is this was an intentional act, anyone who may have information related to this incident, anyone who was an eyewitness anyone who may have video the nypd needs that. please reach out immediately if you have any information that we can use. >> the nypd's new commissioner says 2 officers were on patrol when they witnessed the explosion and immediately called for help. and by the way this happened on the commissioner's first fullay well new york's mayor adding that it does not appear there is any connection between the explosion and another blast in new jersey. a pipe bomb in a plastic garbage can went off around 9:30 saturday morning. it happened just before a charity run. officials say runners had been scheduled to pass by the area arched the time of the blast but
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was in the immediate area when it happened. new overnight both presidential candidates reacting to the news about the explosion. >> i just tell you that just before i got off the plane a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what's going on but boy, we are living in a time, we better get very tough, folks. we better get very tough. >> some questioning trump or saying a bomb went off before new york officials released any details. in response hillary clinton said quote it's information before making conclusions. she added this. >> obviously we need to do everything we can to support our first responders. also to pray for the victims. benefit to let the investigation unfold. >> well stay with wbz and cbs news on the air and online for the latest on the explosion and
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and killed inside of a mall. 8 people were injured at least one remains in the hospital right now. the attack happened around 8 last night. officials held a news conference overnight giving new details about that incident. >> that individual made some references to ala and we have confirmed that he asked at least one person if they were muslim before he assaulted them. duty police officer, and shot and killed. >> police say the attacker was wearing a private security uniform. they say this is still an active crime scene and the mall will be closed until further notice. back at home a rush to rescue 2 divers in the waters off the hunt. the men were free diving when one ran into trouble. we have a closer look at what went wrong appeared the rescue.
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lobstering off the rocks here in the hunt when one of them started having breathing problems, a boater who happened to be nearby kept the men from drowning as rescuers rushed to save them. these photos capture efforts as they rush to rescue 2 divers from the peer. >> an unconscious diver tied alongside a boat. we had another diver inside the boat. >> reporter: late this a call 2 divers were in trouble. >> one was having trouble so he tried to switchback to his air tank and ran out of air. he was in distress, a second diver tried to switch him onto his line but wasn't capable. >> all of a sudden this police cruiser came flying down. >> with aspirations of becoming a police officers this 13-year odd keeps a scanner by his side.
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the dock started talking to. >> responders performed cpr on the other men. >> 40 step beaches is on the other side. >> reporter: it's a popular access spot to the ocean. there are a lot of rocks and rip currents. the harbor master says 2 or 3 years they receive a call like this. >> a call that hit him closer than others. >> i work on a boat myself during the something like this so close you never think it could happen around here. >> reporter: the master says both men are in their 40s and taken to the hospital. developing now in worcester police searching for the driver of this truck accused of dragging a woman. police say the victim was taken -- talking to the driver in a gas station parking lot around 6:30 yesterday morning when that
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hanging onto the window. she was found laying in the street. the 31-year old is in the hospital right now being treated for a collapsed lung, minor brain bleeding and a broken ankle. and developing new in boston police investigating a deadly triple shooting. it happened around 2:30 saturday morning. police found 3 men all in their early 20s all suffering from gunshot wounds. one victim was pronounced dead, the other 2 if you have any information call police. this morning the u.s. is investigating an american air strike in syria that may have hit syrian government troops as u.s. forces were targets isis. they say that more than 60 of its soldiers were killed. the un security council held an emergency meeting last night. the air strike is threatening
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good sunday morning. it's almost up to 6:13 right now. a few mostly light showers approaching. a lot of these will be weakening. so i think we're going to be in pretty good shape for the game this afternoon, the home opener it's going to be humid, warm, breezy starting out about 81 at 1 p.m. maybe going up to 83 or so just slight chance of a brief passing shower. the rest move forecast in just a few minutes. >> sound nice, thank you. thousands of demonstrators hit the boston common this weekend to try to spark support for legalizing marijuana but this event almost went up in smoke. >> reporter: tens of thousands of pot lovers are lighting it up on the boston common this
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>> a day of freedom. >> reporter: the event almost didn't take place as the city tried to block the festival but a judge granted an emergency order on friday allowing the rally. >> every year the city does what it did to try and stopped us. >> the judge ruled that the vendors have to go on the outside and this group can bring their own vendors in. >> reporter: this is also a political rally aser decide in november whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use. >> legalize marijuana in massachusetts this year 60 days from now in november you can do it. >> reporter: this weekend vendors are busy selling marijuana products. >> this day for me means me living it up in boston feeling free meeting some new people explain my artwork.
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spoken out against legalizing recreational marijuana. >> the target is children not adults it's very similar to candy bars and the names are similar so i get concerned about the devastation that that can do. >> we'll be back next year and instead of celebrating changing the law we'll be celebrating marijuana itself. >> well, still ahead red sox fans hoping to brooms. and the pats are gearing up for their home opener today, a live look right there. barry burbank will be back to tell you how the weather will
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well, in case you missed it, here's a look at the harvest moon, you probably felt it shining through your windows this morning, it might have woke up the way it woke me up.
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is full. >> i think we should drop the r though. it is gorgeous though. beautiful. it guided me into ty this morning when i drove on the highway. >> more clouds up in here but the moon was full on any and just past full phase. it was a nice night last night certainly a lot warmer than previous nights. but we still have to deal with this drought and continues to worsen. the extreme drought has expanded and encompasses about 52% of the state. so we keep looking for rain an hoping and praying for rain and there will be a few spotty mostly light showers today and rain on monday. it's not going to pour all day tomorrow but it looks like
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rain act tomorrow. so just about a 30% chance. we drop it down on tuesday morning and 0% on wednesday and thursday. so the rain has been primarily focused across northern new england and a few showers and thunderstorms will break out up in here will there will be more than an inch. so pretty good shape in far northern new england. it's down here in central and southern new england which a extreme deficit here of rainfall over the past couple of years. so as we go through time tomorrow morning we get more showers and thunderstorms forming and another batch forming during tomorrow across southern new england. where this batch forms will determine who gets a lot of rain obviously. it looks like it may be pointed toward boston but not sure how some of the action develops. the temperatures are
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different than yesterday morning when it was mainly between 40 and 50, and 65 in boston, that's the dew point right now. high humidity it's not oppressively humid but not far from it and certainly a lot different from yesterday. highs across the nation most of the country is in the 80s, we've got a 67 in seattle parts of the west coast cooler but everywhere else it's on the warm side. the humidity is pouring up into the n out in scattered form in advance of that front. as the front gets closer it's going to start slowing down. we're seeing radar putting down a few showers in northern new england, but not really amounting to that much. let's follow them throughout the day and you see the showers that are coming they're going to dry up as they get closer and closer to boston. there might be a sprinkle in some of the northwestern suburbs.
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to 80 degrees. the sun will be able to penetrate through the clouds at times and that's when the temperature will shoot up into the lower 80ss or so. there shouldn't be much of anything. then we get the next impulse coming along setting off more showers and thunderstorms west of boston and then we get into the act in southern new england as we go through the day. we get the rain for tomorrow on tuesday, wednesday and thursday beautiful gorgeous days, and then next weekend is going to be a big change probably getting very cool with a northeast wind and cloudy sky after a very warm friday. well tom brady wishes he was taking the field today. at least he's having a little fun during his suspension. he posted this video on facebook of him playing catch with his son at michigan stadium.
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beat colorado on saturday. his son made that catch. still ahead the sure sign that winter is far away but first a night at the museum comes to life, the over night party going on right now. we'll
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well, it's a real life night
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arts is hosting an all-night party. it includes performance art and a guided jog through the grounds and runs until 9 a.m. this morning. coming up hitting the campaign trail boston mayor campaigning for hillary clinton. we'll have a closer look at his message and continuing to follow breaking news nearly 30 people hurt in an explosion in new york city. police investigating a second its similarities to the bombs used in the boston marathon
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breaking news, nearly 30 people hurt in an explosion in new york city. a second device found overnight, its similarities to the bombs used in the boston marathon attacks. a rush to rescue 2 divers that ran into trouble on the north
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clinton, his message for new hampshire voters. . welcome back. good morning. it is sunday september 18th. bk is here, barry it's the pats home opener tonight and people are excited. >> everybody is excited. the weather is not going to problem at all. >> right, you'll be okay. like a short sleeved jersey, right? >> definitely. some sun breaking through the clouds. so get ready for the game this afternoon. looking good. let's see what's happening thiss so much warmer than it was yesterday morning let's go to the es in everett. let's go to east bridgewater at
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riverview school we're at 70 this morning. most races the temperature is running 20 to 30 degrees higher than it was at this time yesterday morning. norwood was 38, now, it's 6. taunton was way down to 39 yesterday morning. what a difference a day makes. we're having lots of clouds in here right now especially areas northwest of boston with showers as they approach the suburbs they'll lose their identity and dry up. there could be a few isolated showers. much of the day featuring lots of clouds but sun through the clouds at times. cooler at coastal locations where the wind gets busy once again. more weather in a few minutes. >> okay. thank you. breaking overnight a second
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happened last night. it was a pressure cooker which was the same device that was used in the boston marathon attacks. a bomb disposal robot safely removed it from the scene. we've just learned a third device turned out to be nothing dangerous. new york's mayor says last night's explosion was an intentional act but there's no specific or credible threat to that city. and right now there is no evidence that this is related to terrorism. this message for new yorkers. >> whatever the cause, whatever the intention here new yorkers will not be intimidated, we're not going to let anyone change who we are or how we go by our lives. >> for more on this investigation what witnesses are saying here's kenneth craig. >> bomb sniffing dogs searched for evidence after an explosion rocked the heart of new york city saturday night.
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shook buildings and sent people running for cover. >> i thought it might be fireworks but it was so loud and it just went through my whole body. >> witnesses also say the blast ripped this dumpster to shreds. residents posted pictures of shattered glass from their buildings on inn at that gram. blood soaked napkins littered the ground. >> injuries don't appear to be life-threatening. >> we saw a guy his head. >> several streets remain shut down as investigators search for more explosive devices. the mayor of new york tried to calm fears of terrorism but said it was an intentional act. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection to this incident. >> the explosion comes less than a week after the 15th
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breaking news the fbi now investigating an explosion in new jersey. it happened just before a charity run. officials say runners had been scheduled to pass by the area around the time of the blast. but the race was delayed and no one was in the immediate area when it happened. breaking news overnight from minnesota, an armed attacker shot and killed inside a mall. the man was amed he asked at least one person if they were muslim before attacking them. 8 people were injured at least one of them remains in the hospital right now. well new development this is morning the globe reports one of the divers rescued off the hunt has died. 2 men were free diving yesterday when they ran into trouble. a boater nearby managed to get one of them in their boat and the other on the surface of the water and kept
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diver is in the hospital and is in stable condition. state police are investigating. new overnight a plane crashes into a home in arizona, and amazingly everyone survived. the crash happened in a phoenix suburb. police say it was a skydiving plane with a pilot and 4 skydivers inside. they were all able to jump out of the plane before it crashed. 2 people inside of the homemade it out safely. the pilot is in hospital being treated for burns. to campaign 2016 boston mayor marty walsh hitting the trail for hillary clinton. >> reporter: a northern road are trip for boston's mayor marty walsh heading to an apple orchard to give a pep talk to new hampshire democrats.
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win this office. we can't just expect to think that donald trump is going to implode because i feel deep down inside of me that he can't be elected president of the united states of america for a whole host of reasons. number one, he doesn't respect the office. >> reporter: he says clinton trumps trump on experience. >> we have a candidate who's running for president that on day 1 we've never had anyone in the history of our country o office and understand what the responsibility of being president of the united states of america is. >> reporter: but the reality is new hampshire has an independent streak that's why clinton backers are feeling anything but complacent. >> the polls go up, down, we're pretty used to it. >> i think it's close because he's the republican nominee and she's the democratic nominee and it's always going to be close. new hampshire is a divided
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be a general acknowledgment now that this thing could go right down the wire and the mayor will be continuing his efforts. he tells me on wednesday in boston he will meet with 500 hillary clinton volunteers. meanwhile donald trump trying to get back on message speaking about tougher immigration laws in texas. he did not address the controversy that clinton's secret service team should disarm to see what happens. the first of 3 debates will be held a week from tomorrow monday september 26th in new york. don't forget you can watch it live right here on wbz. well, new this morning president obama reacting to the birther controversy during an appearance. >> i don't know about you guys
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in other breaking news the world is round not flat. >> president obama also addresseded voters last night saying he will take it as a personal insult if african american voters don't get out and vote in the upcoming election. clinton also attended the event asking that black leaders help protect president obama's legacy. coming up how the patriots opener plus it looks like tom brady is feeling blue. and sox fans hoping to break out their brooms dan roach has the highlights as the team takes on the yankees. >> and we've got important dates here as we count down to fall. we've got 0 days until the home opener. today is the day afternoon game 1:00. should be fine weather for that. we've
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back in action and 43 days until halloween. let's see what the trivia is for this hour. twice a year the sun crosses the what? the equator, the tropic of cancer, the tropic of capricorn. i'll have the answer to that and my forecast for the next 7 days.
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well good morning. the red sox have been looking for a 4 game sweep tonight. mean while the yankees appear to be running out of gas. they came into the week 4 games behind but after yesterday they're 7 games out with just david price didn't have his best stuff yesterday. they fell behind early on. romine sent one high and deep. it was 5-2 yanks. not a good day for price but the sox offense ready willing and able to take him off the hook. >> long back to left down the line deep boot wall, gone.
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hit the triple a side 5-4 yankees. lines an inside pitch out. he has 3 rbis today giving him 88 on the season and the red sox are within a run. >> they tied it in the 7th and the winning run scored later on this wild pitch. red sox win it they're now a season high 20 games over 500 after the 6-5 victory. >> these 3 comero in the past week those are key games. and not always in the most friendliest situations. this team is responding to the challenges. >> now, to the nfl the pats are readying for this week's home opener. the pats are 6 point
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and though they're without tom brady. . >>i love this team's attitude. we've got to keep operating we've got to keep going out there you know, trying to win, trying to learn how to win games many different ways because you've got 16 of them and they're never really going to end up being the same once you go out there. learn how to win and learn it's always the next man up. >> you can see more on one later this morning on patriots game day at 11:30. pats kick off at 1, also our 5th quarter post game show right after the game. as for tom brady's weekend he was in ann arbor on saturday playing catch with his son and yesterday he was throwing the ball around with michigan coach. he served
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rough one for the eagles. mcmillan goes in untouched and the quarterback draw 26 yards into the end zone. this team needs to erase this one from the memory banks. umass hosting florida international. they get their first win of the mls reds in montreal. 24 seconds in, they had a lead that they would never give up. still in the first half they get another, and it's deposited into the net up 2-0 go onto a 3-1 huge victory. there you go, busy day once again.
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for a september weekend. . >> well, up next how boston is already preparing for this winter. and you know, barry they're piling up a huge pile of salt right off the expressway. >> getting ready. >> getting ready. >> they think it's going to be a big one. >> yeah, i've heard. >> we talked about this before. we go through this very dry summer that we've had record what has happened in the following winters in the top 10 it's gone all over the place. we've had incredibly snow winters very little snow, afternoon snow so it's hard to tell. it depends on a lot of factors which we'll be studying in the next month or 2. any way let's take a look at the numbers right now. the numbers that we had yesterday what a beautiful saturday it was
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appeared dry for the most part. the upper 70s and almost 80 in spots. what a great saturday we had. and looking forward and wondering if there's going to be any more 90-degree days. the second half of september it's hard to get any. we've had 22 so far this summer way above the average of 13. will there be any more? just a small chance that we might get one more next friday. 90-degree day especially those in school the teachers and students don't want any more 90-degree days. this morning starting off with dew points in the 60ss to upper 60ss it's a muggy morning no question about that. we will go to about 82 to 84 in many spots maybe a little cooler farther northwest where there's more clouds hanging back in. back here i think we'll
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from place to place and the south coast with the wind being busy once again today at 12 to 22 miles an hour. note that most of the nation is in the 80s so certainly summer weather is not done yet even though we're getting closer and closer to the end of summer. we have a cold front on its way which will spin out some showers but the first batch is going to be weakening this morning. as you can see just lighter showers coming through central approach willing boston but starting fall apart. but hopeful getting the fingers crossed. note the time stamp this afternoon there may be a few scattered showers an isolated thunderstorm break. i'm not expecting any severe weather today. then tonight a disturbance comes through and gives showers and storms north and west of us and tomorrow it gets active around here as little impulses come along. it looks like we should get our share of showers and storms.
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rain should be more widespread. starting out tuesday morning cloudy and damp and maybe foggy and breaking out and drying out near tuesday. how much rain is possible out of this? tough to say where the bands do setup but it does look like we are in for up to an inch and more in some locations. again there's the pats forecast, the weather should be just fine. rains tomorrow and beautiful weather taking over starting tuesday afternoon and through thursday nice low to middle 80s. here's the trivia for this hour goes like this: twice a year
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? i'm just going to go with d. >> the answer is the equator it's going to go south going to come back up and so eventually we will see it back up. >> it's just not my day it's never my day with trivia. okay up next move over cats and dogs the
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thanks for waking up with us on this sunday morning, september, 18th. barry and i have being plans today. we're ding to put on pajamas, and watch the pats game. if you're ding to walk outside around go to the game, it's going to be pretty nice. >> cooperative weather. a really summery day.
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the low middle 80s and at fenway park, you can see there are lots of cloud and much cloudiness up there. that's sort of the theme of the day. it's 6 at fenway park. they have the game there tonight as they close out the four game set with the yankees. very good so far. very successful series. hopefully they'll get that fourth game. and there's just a remote chance of a shower at fenway park during that game. i don't think any rain will be around. just the smallestic are of an isolated shower there. what a difference a day makes. so much warmer this morning than yesterday morning. when it was really cold. 40-50 across the area. there have been showers off to the northwest, but they're appearing to weaken as they get on the -- closer to the
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as these start to come in. may be a couple more developing. as though showers disappear and dry up. lots of clouds but sun able to penetrate. 83 for an average high. with that southwest wind rather busy. it's going to be on the muggy side. i'll see you with a few minutes with the rest of the forecast. breaking overnight, a second device has been found just four blocks from where an explosion -- went manhattan. confirmed it was a pressure cooker. bomb crews are looking tat now. we just learned a third device found overnight turned out to be nothing dangerous. new york's mayor says last night's explosion was an intensal act but there is no -- intentional act but there is no specific or credible threat to
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neighborhood. nearly 30 people were hurt. most injuries were minor but one person did suffer a puncture wound. police have been scouring the area. near the two scenes overnight. looking under every car and every trash can. they say they need the public's help. >> the early indications. the initial indication was that this was an anyone who was a an eyewitness. anyone who may have video, the nypd needs. please reach out immediately if you have any information we can use. >> the nypd's new commissioner says the two officers from the 10th precinct were on patrol what they witnessed explosion and immediately called for help. by the way, it happened on the commissioners first day of the
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connection between the explosion in chelsea and a pipe bomb in new jersey. it happened just before a charity run to benefits marines and sailors. officials say runners had been scheduled to pass by the area around the time of the blast but the race was delayed and no one was in the immediate area when it happened. new overnight, both presidential candidates reacting to the news of the explosion. >> i must tell you just before went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what's going on. but boy, we are living in a time, we better get very tough. we better get very, very tough. >> some questioning trump for saying a bomb went off before new york officials released any details. in response, clinton said "it's always wiser to wait until you have information before making
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our first responders. also to -- the victims. we have an information unfold. >> stay with wbz and cbs news on the air and online for the latest on the explosion and investigation in new york. >> more breaking news overnight from minnesota. an armed attacker shot and killed inside of a mall. 8 people injured. and at least one of them now. the attack happened at 8 last night. officials held the news conference overnight giving details about the incident. that individual made some references to ala and we have confirmed that he asked at least one person if they were muslim before he assaulted them. that suspect was confronted by an off duty police officer and shot and killed.
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wearing a private security uniform. they say this is still an active crime scene and the mall will be closed until further notice. a daring rescue off of the coast of massachusetts. still ahead on wbz this morning. how good samaritans jumped into action. and we're looking at the live pictures of gillett stadium. we're just hours away from the home opener. dan roach has more on the path coming up a little later in
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a rush to rescue in the waters off nahut. one of drivers has died. the other is in stable condition. the men were free diving when one of them ran into trouble. katie brace has a closer look at what went wrong in the dramatic rescue -- and the dramatic rescue. >> reporter: two divers were lobstering off of the rocks here when one started having breathing problems. a boater who happened to be nearby, kept them from drowning
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them. >> when you got to them, how far, how long did it take you to bring them back -- >> and we apologize. we're having some technical issues. a rally for the legalization of marijuana just weeks ahead of a big ballot question for massachusetts voters. coming up, why the big event in
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all right. welcome back, everyone. it's going to be another beautiful day. in fact, so warm you could probable cook out for the game? >> no doubt about it. maybe close to # 3-84 degrees. definitely feels like summer with the higher humidity around here. and we're still looking at rain drops and hoping falling. but they're are the not amounting to anything. we need a will the, a lot of rain. and comes 50% of the massachusetts now. and the drought is expanded. that extreme drought area expanded by nearly 30% in this state since last week. now, there are going to be a few spotty showers today. nothing really big, nothing important. a more widespread rain is likely tomorrow. but even then, it's not going to be a prolonged rain.
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looks like we'll have batches of showers as opposed to a steady rain all day long. so the probability of rain really ramps up tomorrow. right up there and drops right off early tuesday. and is nonexistent here. so most of the rain has been falling across from our northern new england over the summer months and that is no exception this morning. they'll have more showers and more coming up for today. watch the time stamp here as we get more been as of and eventually we've got to have more been as of showers in southern en new england as well. hard to pick out exactly where areas will get the most rain out of this. but we're hoping the areas will get at least an inch. the showers that have been approaching, you can see how weak they are for the most part. almost dwindling to sprinkling now. in boston, rather cloudy but
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through the clouds. lots of cloudness but occasional sunshine. it's muggy with the southwest breeze. and in the city, hour by hour, going into the afternoon hours. as we go up to the lower 80s with clouds ruling the sky. but sunshine occasionally popping through. and these dew points will not change much. upper 60s and staying that way through tonight and tomorrow night. making it a rather muggy period going through into very earl be in the 80s today and with a cold front on the way, that's why we're getting a shower breaking are out ahead of the front here. not really well organized. there will be pieces of energy coming along. tend to develop these batches of showers. so it's not going to be a solid shield of rain. the first batch of showers, it's approaching now, is weakening and will pretty much disappear from the map. as we get into the afternoon p it goes in the lower 80s.
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the sunshine to penetrate through. by later this afternoon. a few scattered showers may pop up north and west of the boston. i don't think there will be any over the stadium. so no problems from the weather down there. for the big home opener this afternoon, and south facing coast will be the coolest. later tonight in the earl morning hours, an impulse comes across and we'll have more breaking out here finally inson new england during the day tomorrow. we have left over on tuesday morning. no rain left, might be a touch of drizzle and a little bit of fog tuesday morning as there's still going to be muggy and damp. and then it'll dry out on tuesday. for the home opener, a passing shower around 81 degrees. to 83 there this afternoon. southwest wind 12-22 miles an hour. so tomorrow, hopefully we do get the showery rains. not raining all of the time. batches of shower and then drying out for midday tuesday.
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thursday is the beginning of fall. at 10:21 in the morning. northeast wind and lots of low clouds and fog. drizzle and. damp. how five people on board made it out of the plane before it hit a house. and coming up after the break, this week's
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welcome back to the pet parade. today's pet parade is liberty different. dingo and dolly why not -- are not up for adoption. they were lost and found. a very big problem among rescue animals. we want to address that. so my new friend john from animal control today. he's on the board of missing dogs of massachusetts. there -- and boy, did you guys go through a lot when you loss these. so we'll talk about -- the problem s and you were mentioning. when dogs come up from the south and people adopt them, they don't know the surroundings. they haven't bonded with their new family, so often they sneak out. they're very scared and they get lost and the new owners are petrified. >> the dogs are petri fied as
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>> you should first call animal control and then you should contact missing dogs of massachusetts. we will assist you in putting to the a flyer and we'll help you hang flyers. because that's really port. that's part of o -- parent. that's part of our process. once we get the flyers up accident we wait for calls to come in. >> let's go ahead and show that flier really quickly. if you guys can grab that from the back. this is dolly here that was lost. and that's the very firs you do. kind of old school, john, but really does the trick, doesn't it? >> it is old school and it really does the trick. because once the flyers go up, people see them. because people may see a dog and not think about it. but if people see a flier, oh, that dog might be missing. so the calls come in. typically dogs that are right inenned and run away, tend to pick areas where they feel safe. like a little territory. >> and you put in -- what we're seeing here. you set up a feeding station
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and you get pinged to your phone, right? >> comes right to our phone. >> if there's any action. >> and there's dolly that was there. >> so we were able to go right down and get dolly. so she doesn't spend a lot of time in the cage. >> so you were dolly's owner. what happened? you picked up dolly at airport as a new rescue. >> korea. we -- yeah. we picked her up at airport. got her home, put her in an exercise pin and cracked a few inches and she upped out and bolted out the door. it was most stressful week of my life but we're glad we got her back. >> how long was she gone? >> about 6 days. >> and people gave you tips and you trapped her. let's to dingo's plyer. lost of the -- flier.
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different case for you i would say. >> i wasn't really involved with di in, -- dingo. the people in massachusetts messing dogs mass aren't here to talk about it, so i'm not really sure but the owner is here. >> reporter: yeah. i happen to live on the south shore. so i got sucked into ding,o. he's deaf, a senior, in the woods for five weeks. in the -- hannahover area. look at the two of them looking at each other saying, we found each other. i looked at that picture for weeks. what did you go through for five weeks? >> it was really scary. i owned her for nine years. so she's a big part of my life. she's never done something like this before. and i really don't think i would have been able to find her without the help from missing dogs massachusetts.
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her. >> they were. >> and you were live in new york. you moved to the area. you went to the park there. so she wasn't familiar with the trails and she became afraid of another dog and within a few seconds she was gone. >> she was gone and lost for five weeks. >> yes. >> and again, you would go out there in the woods and it's not like you can call her because she can't hear you. and when you found her, emaciating. she was darn skinny. >> she was. >> so that tells us she didn't eat for five weeks. >> no. >> that must have been the worst time for you. >> it was. >> deaf do we have the picadors -- do we have the pick cur had -- pictures. no okay. well, she looks very happier now. and john, same thing you put the trap, and eventually got so
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there's a lot of people out there, you get so upset you want to the help. if you want to be a volunteer for missing dogs with massachusetts. no matter what area you're in, you think get involved. >> we really need volunteers. it's a great organization. i love what they do. i think animal control officers in the whole state should really be familiar dogs massachusetts. because these types of dogs really need our help and specialty. the every day home dog that kind of gets loose. most animal control can handle that but dogs like this that are totally terrified and frightened, they need our help. >> so there is a training september 18th down in the hanover area. if you got to facebook page, missing dogs of massachusetts.
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involved. so we're so happy they are back where they belong. thank you for coming in telling us their story. and john, thank you for your hard work. we do want to do our homeward bound. we had little buffy talk about dingo. 12 years old. blind and deaf. we were so nervous buffy wouldn't get a home. guess what? buffy got a great home. these are his new brothers an with rosemary and bill conway. happy tears. i love it so much. same way i felt when di ingo, was found and now with dolly too. thank you so much for coming in and sharing your story. we will be back.
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thanks for waking up with us on this sunday morning. barry is here. it's a big day. we've got the sox game, a pats, harvest moon. >> it'll be corporative for all of these events. whatever event you y although there are a few scattered showers in the forecast. nice to have you with us this morning. let's get to wbz weather bug network. and see what's. had ing at -- what's happening. 66 there this morning. let's come down to brookline massachusetts. fair academy at 68. so these temperatures are so much higher than they were 24 hours ago when it was are a really chilly start to the day. but, you know, how yesterday turned out. turned out beautiful.
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of cloud cover in many location. it's a muggy morning out there. it's an approaching front setting off showers and getting closer to boston. but as they. co, they're loosing support and starting to dry up. what else is knew that we have had so little rain. but hopefully this front is going to get reenergized and hopefully some drenching downpours in places. especially tomorrow. but there comes most just sprinkley in nature. around 83 for an average high. occasionally allowing some sun to pour through. may once again reform today. most of the rain we get out of this period will be coming up tomorrow. talk about that in a few minutes. breaking overnight, a second device has been found just four blocks from where an
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-- manhattan last night. cbs confirms it was a pressure cooker. a bomb disposal robot safely removed it from the scene. we have just learn and third device, found overnight, turned out to be nothing dangerous. new york mayor says last night's explosion was an intentional act. but there was no specific or credible threat to the city. >> and right now there is no evidence that this is related to terrorism. he had this message yorkers. whatever the pause, the whatever intention hear, new yorkers will not be intimidated. we are not going to let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. >> for more on the investigation, and what witnesses are saying, here's kenneth craig. >> reporter: bomb sniffing dogs searched for evidence after an explosion rocked the heart of new york city saturday night. witnesses say the blast was so powerful it shook buildings and
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>> i thought it might be fireworks but it was so loud and it just went through my whole body. >> reporter: witnesses also say the blast ripped this dumpster to shreds. residents posted pictures from shattered glass from their buildings. blood soaked napkins littered the ground. at least two dozen people injured here but right now their injuries don't appear to be life threatening. >> we saw a guy that >> reporter: streets shut down as investigators search for more explosive devices. the mayor of new york tried to calm fears of terrorism but said it was an intentional act. >> there's no evidence of a terrorism connection. >> less than a week after the 15th anniversary of the 9/11. cbs news, new york city. we're following more
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this happened just before a charity run to benefit marines and sailors. officials say runners had been scheduled to pass by the area around the time of the blast but the race was delayed and no one was in the immediate area when it happened. breaking news overnight from minnesota, an armed attacker shot and killed inside of a mall. police say the man who was dressed in a private security uniform, was armed with a knife inside of the cross roads mall in person if they were muslim before attacking them. eight people injured. at least one of them remains in the hospital right now. new developments this morning. the globe reports one of the divers rescued has died. two men were free diving for lobsters yesterday when they ran into trouble. a boater nearby imagined to get one of them that boat and kept the other diver on the surface of the water. the second is in the hospital
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investigating. developing now, police searching for the driver of this truck accused of dragging a woman. police say the victim was take together driver when the driver took off with the woman hanging orphan to the window. she was found laying in the street. it the 31-year-old is in the hospital right now being treated for a collapsed lung, minor brain bleeding, and a broken ankle. and developing news in deadly triple shooting. it happened around 2:30 saturday morning in the area of night dale and wheals streets. police found three men, all suffering from gunshot wounds. one victim pronounced did ed. the other it two taken to the hospital. if you have any information, call police. thousands of demonstrators hit the boston common this
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>> reporter: tens of thousands of pot lovers are lighting up it up as part of the annual freedom rally. >> a day of freedom to enjoy what makes you feel free. >> here to listen to music. >> reporter: the city tries to block the festival but a judge granted a an emergency order to allow the rally. >> the judges unfortunately ruled yesterday at this vendors who have been there all summer long and will be >> today, to end prohibition against marijuana. >> reporter: this is also a political rally as voters will decide in november whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use. >> legalize marijuana in massachusetts this year. 60 days from now. in november. you can do it. >> reporter: this weekend vendors are busy selling marijuana products. >> this day for me, means me living it up in boston.
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people, displaying my art work. >> boston mayor has spoken out against legalizing reck keyuational marijuana. >> the target is children not adults so i get concerned about the dangerous edibles can do. >> and if we're successful, next year we'll be celebrating marijuana itself. news. a plane crashes into a home in arizona. and amazingly, even survived. it happened in a phoenix suburb. police say it was a sky diving plane with a pilot and four sky divers inside. they were all able to jump out of the plane before it crashed. two people inside of the homemade it out safely. the pilot is in the hospital being treated for burns. coming up, a big day for the patriots as they're getting
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plus, life without tombola i did continue -- tom brady continues. and the push for the playoffs continue as the red sox are on the verge of a sweep. dan roach has the broom ready and the highlights from yesterday's game. it's all of this, this, this, and this. it's the mother of all cereals. it's that, and that, and all of that. it's the most cerealriffic cereal. in all of history. yeah, it's that good. honey bunches of oats. i called for help as soon as i saw her. i found her wandering miles from home. when the phone rang at 5am, i knew it was about mom.
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good morning, everyone. the redd sox looking for a four game sweep in their series against the yankees. when the two teams meet once again at fenway. goes for boston, cc for new york. and meanwhile the yank ecost appear to be running out of gas. they came in four games behind and after yesterday, yanks are seven games out with just 14 to play. david price didn't have his best stuff as fell behind early on. and. it was 5-2 yanks. not a good day for price. but the sox offense ready, willing, and able to take him off of the hook. >> long 0-deep by the wall. gone. hit the aaa sign.
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pitch, out. 20th home run. he has three rbi's today giving him 88 on the season. and red sox within a run. >> yeah. the sox tie ited in the seventh and then he scored the winning run later on this wild pitch. red sox win it. >> these three come from behind wins from the past week, those are and not always in the most friendliest situation. so dependent elite -- so against elite closer accident they're facing the challenges we face. and the home opener against the dolphins. after their opening night upset. six point favorite against the dolphins. even though they're still without tom brady and possibly high tour. sat down with our own steve
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day. it's all about winning who you do have. not who you don't. >> we just got to keep operating. got to keep going out there p trying to win. learning how to win games. many different ways. you've got 16 of them. they're never really going to end up being the same once you go out there. so learning how to win and learning it's always the next man up. >> and you can see more of that 101 later on this morning happen here on wbz. pats and dolphins kick off at 1 on our post game show is on my tv 38 right after the game. and tom brady's weekend. he was in ann arbor yesterday with his son. and michigan alum served as and honorary captain and treated to a win by the fourth ranked wolverines over colorado. >> boston college and the
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rough one. and then brandon motley with the quarterback draw. 26 yards into the end zone. needs to erase this one as they get shut out 49-0 the final. better news for the minutemen. three time dutchtowns from ford. get they are first win of the season. 21-13 the fine. the red and montreal. 24 sec the header. the reds had the lead they would never get up. get's. he leaves it for kell lin roe. up 2-0. they go onto a 3-1 huge vehicle re. so busy day once again. socks and yankees wrapping it up. good stuff. wbz sports. all right. thank you.
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on this sunday morning. meteorologist barry burbank is here. our big e problem is just deciding what to eat for the game. the weather is i think go b to great -- is going to be great. just like wings or nacho. >> both sound good. the weather should be cooperative even though there is cloudiness coming up. not too much the north. still above average overall. the mean temperature a little bit over 2 degrees above. it's been a warm month so far. the average high temperature, the lower 70s. and that's pretty much been above average the last few days. that's for sure. let's check out wbz weather watches right now. see what they're reporting. only 62. don and halls, new hampshire. 65. joan klain ton. -- clinton. 67 this morning.
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denise reporting. so there have been a little places like clinton and other spots. reported a little bit of light rain. but look how warm it is this morning. yesterday morning, we were reporting temperatures in the 40s and even down in the upper 30s in places like norwood yesterday morning. so there's certainly way up, 30 degrees higher this morning. and even lower, 70s. where there is some sunshine. the brightest weather is in parts of cape cod. the cloudiest and the even the wet weather. we're feeling the higher humidity now. and now that it's in place, it'll be locked in place through today, tonight, tomorrow, and then it'll be exiting in the humidity will be dropping tuesday. so that's the deal with the high temperatures going up. if anything it may be a little bit too high off to the north and west, but i think we have a
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burro -- that would include the fox burakovsky row -- fox burro area. much of the nation in the 80s today. we've got a front on the approach which is going to give us the showers as they come in close to us, they're loosing support. and therefore -- for the most part drying up. areas further west and northwest will have the best shot of getting a couple showers this morning. and this afternoon, breaking out again. for the most part, it's a cloudy skies. but there's places when the cloud cover may become thin enough to allow the sunshine to penetrate through. that's when you'll achieve the higher temperature. impulls do come in tonight and tomorrow. sets off the showers and storm there is. and then there will be additional impulls to come along. finger's crossed to give us our own showers and storms here. during tomorrow afternoon and
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and fog to start off tuesday morning in damp weather and it'll be clearing out to get drier with times. the rainfall, initially, most productive northern new england. we're hoping for an in. much or more in some spots. but there's going to be places in between these rain bands that don't get much. all over the place, here but hopefully the idea is everybody will get some but some will not get ly locations. so these are the showery rains tomorrow. it dries out tuesday. the afternoon will be more pleasant. wednesday, a lovely day. nice and dry air. and light wind on thursday as fall officially begins at 10:21 in the morning and looks by next weekend, the winds looking much cooler. could get an 88 on friday before that happens. all right. grab your breakfast yet?
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we continue to follow the breaking news there this morning. of an explosion overnight. we'll have the latest on that
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i am alongside our meteorologist here. >> nice to have you here. >> we got the day started cool with the harvest moon. >> that's right. moon shining for you this morning. saw the moon last night and it was pleasant. it didn't cool up near as much as the night before. but look at going to concord, right now it is 69. let's come down to canton the middle and high school there, it is 68 there. a different morning than yesterday morning. no question about it with a higher humidity. we have had some sprinkles and light sure. most of the action off to the north and west associated with
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the first batch of showers trying to approach boston are falling apart. few heavier showers here but they too should fall apart. upper 70's and lower 80's should do it for the highs. the humidity will stay high. the rest of the forecast coming yoay a second device found just four blocks from where an explosion went off last night in manhattan. it was a pressure cooker, the same device used in the boston marathon attacks. we have just learned a third device turned out to be nothing
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right now there is no evidence that this is related to terrorism. the explosion went off on 23rd street in the chelsea neighborhood around 8:30 last night. nearly 30 people were hurt and most injuries were minor. new york is on alert this morning. police were scouring the area last night looking in every car and every trash can fo tools and possible threats. >> the initial indication was this was an intentional act. anyone having information or anyone who may have video the police need that. please, sir reach out in you have information we can use. >> the new commissioner says that two officers were on patrol and witnessed thing motion and immediately called
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the job. new york mayor adding no connection between the blast in chelsea and the one in new jersey it seems. it happened before a charity run to benefit marines and sailors. runners were scheduled to pass by the area but the race was delayed in and no one was in the presidential candidates reago acting to the news about thetic motioningly must tell you just before i got off the plane a plane went off in new york and no one knows exactly what is going on. but we are live not guilty a time; we better get very tough folks, very, very tough. >> some questioning trump for saying a bomb went off before officials released details. in response hillary clinton
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until you have information before making conclusions. >> we need to do everything we can to support our first responders and also to pray for the victims. we have to let the investigation unfold. >> stay with us on the air and online for the latest on the explosion and investigation in new york. more breaking news overnight, an armed attacker shot and killed inside of a mall. 8 people were injured and one remains in the hospital right now. it happened around 8:00 last night inside the cross roads mall. a press conference gave new details about that incident. >> that individual made some
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if one person was muslim before he assaulted them. he was shot and the killed. >> police say that the attacker was wearing a private security uniform. they say this is an active crime scene. still ahead, new developments following a daring rescue off of the coast of massachusetts. the good samaritan who jumped
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a rush to rescue two divers in the waters off nahant. the da's office says that the man ran out of oxygen while trying the other diver is being treated for exhaustion. >> reporter: two divers were aloft on the rocks here in the hunt when one started having breathing problems. a boater who was nearby kept them from drowning as rescuers rushed to save them. these photos cap her the efforts.
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>> an unconscious diver. >> reporter: late this afternoon the harbormaster received the call that two driver divers was in double. >> -- double. >> all of a sudden this police cruiser came flying down. >> reporter: 13 year old glenn kea ran down to the peer -- pier. >> they were taking his pulse. >> reporter: this beach is well- known for diving and lobstering. the harbormaster says every two or three years they receive a call like this.
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because i work on a lobster boat myself on the weekends. to see something like this close, you never think it can happen around here. a rally for the legalization for marijuana just weeks ahead of a question for massachusetts voters. coming up, why the big event in
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a lot going on. red sox game. the pats home opener. >> i think it is going to be game for the game. the number of 90-degree days, 22 this year. can we squeeze out one more? maybe late next week. that w of fall. we night get close to 90 but right now i am saying we will not hit it. we will see what happens later this week assuming the warm air does pour in here. it did overnight. we have lower 70's right now. cloud cover is thicker up here and some light showers for the most part. there is cool air in canada. that not coming down for a while.
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starting tuesday afternoon but the air is not coming out of canada in terms of cool air, just a drier air invading the region with the air mass staying warm above us. it will be very warm much of the week. we got dewpoints which have risen into the 60's now. high humidity across most of the area. that will be locked in place through all of tomorrow and tomorrow night and the humidity will start dropping morning after a damp start. 80's across a good chunk of the country today. an approaching front bringing all of the cloud cover in. the support is weakening or actually exiting the areas where the showers are occurring and the showers will be falling apart. so even though there were showers, most of them will fall
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up close to 80. the greatest amount of massachusetts will see some sun. a little bit every now and then. later this afternoon couple scattered showers and maybe a thunderstorm popping up in southern new hampshire. therefore mostly overcast for tonight. we will watch for and storms mainly north and west of boston overnight. and past the morning compute, later tomorrow morning we get the heavier rain and thunderstorms going on and then by tuesday morning it starts the dry out and all moves away and we get improving conditions. we are talking about rainfall which could be in excess of one
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but some pouring rain at times later tomorrow morning. starting damp on tuesday morning with fog and maybe mist and drying out and wednesday a beautiful day. there you go with fall beginning on thursday morning and it could be a hot day on friday before turning much cooler next weekend with a cool wind from the ocean. that is it for now. >> thank you. thousands of demonstrators weekend hoping to spark support for legalizing marijuana. but as paul explains this event almost went up in smoke. >> reporter: ten of thousands of pot lovers are lighting it up this weekend as part of the freedom rally. >> a day of freedom that makes you enjoy what makes you feel free. >> reporter: it almost didn't take place but a judge granted
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allowing the rally. >> every year the city does whatever it can to stop us. >> the judge ruled that the vendors that were there have to go on the outside and this group can bring in their own vendors. >> smell the freedom. >> reporter: this is also a political rally as voters vote whether to legalize marijuana. >> legalize marijuana 60 days from now. in november you can do it. >> vendors are busy selling marijuana product. >> this means me living it up in boston, feeling free, meeting new people, displaying my art work. >> reporter: boston mayor has spoken out against legalizing marijuana. >> the target is children and not adults.
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i get concerned about the danger. you are looking at live images of gilette stadium right now.
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hitting the campaign trail for hillary clinton. jim smith has more on the race for the white house. >> reporter: a northern road trip for the boston mayor. he is giving a pep talk to new hampshire democrats and see about a presidential presence psi and polls see the race tightening. >> we just can't expect to think that going to win. i feel dope down inside of me he can't be elected united states for a whole host of reasons. number one he doesn't respect the office. >> reporter: he says hillary clinton trumps trump on experience. >> there's a lot at stake. we have a candidate running for president that on day one has never had anyone in the history of our country being able to go
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the responsibility of being president of the united states is. >> reporter: but the result is new hampshire has a notorious independent streak. >> i see the polls and i hear the polls but they go up and down. we are pretty used to it in new hampshire. >> i think it is close because he is the republican nominee and she is the democratic nominee and it will be always close. we are a divided country. >> reporter: there's a general go down the wire and mayor will be continuing his efforts. he will meet with 570 hillary clinton volunteers on monday. >> for more on campaign 2016, let's find out what is coming up on face the nation. john dickerson joining us live from washington with a preview. good morning, john. >> good morning. today we are going to talk to
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explosion in new york overnight. we will talk to him about national security the fact what the close is a lot closer. it is basically neck and neck after hillary clinton had a lead. conway is happy it is neck and neck. she will be on the broadcast as well. we will talk to her about donald trump decision to give up the discussion about president obama not being born in the united states. we will have a wonderful conversation with john lewis. we sat down with him friday at the new museum of history and culture opening up on saturday. we will talk to him about his life in front of pictures of john lewis and as always we will have the political round
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attention to next week. >> thank you. don't forget pace the nation airs today at 10:30 right here on wbz. we centimeter to follow breaking news. a second device from overnight. similarities to the device used
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thank you for waking up with us on this sunday morning. >> good to have you with us. >> thank you, happy to be here. it is going to be a gorgeous day if you are watching the game or yard work. >> it will not be bright and sunny. it will not be that. there's some sun pouring
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much today. i hope it termlies. -- i hope it materializes. the game is a night game tonight so by then there could be a couple scattered showers or storms. can't rule them out. during this afternoon for the pats game, it looks okay down there. the most sunshine is down at the south coast right now. this bank of clouds producing light showers. none are very heavy and they seem to be falling apart.
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may maybe a few other scattered showers this afternoon. i don't see anything severe today. upper 70's to lower 80's today. muggy weather and a good bruise at times. we will see the rest in a few minutes. breaking overnight, a second device found just four blocks from where an explosion motion went off -- went off last night. it was removed and bomb crews are looking at it now. we listened a third device turned out to be nothing dangerous. new york major says last night's explosion was an intentional act but no specific or credible threat to the city and right now no evidence that this is related to terrorism. he had this message for new yorkers. >> whatever the cause, whatever
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will not be intimidated. we are not going to let anyone change who we are or go about our lives. >> for more on this investigation and what witnesses are saying, here's kenneth craig. >> reporter: bomb sniffing dogs sniffed for evidence after an explosion rocked the heart of new york saturday night. witnesses say what the blast was so powerful it shook buildings. >> i heard it and i thought it might be fireworks but it wa whole body. >> reporter: witnesses say this dumpster was ripped to shreds. blood soaked napkins littered the ground. fire officials say at least two dozen people were injured but their injuries don't appear be life-threatening. >> a guy was injured and he was bleeding from his head. >> reporter: several treats remain shut down as
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devices. the mayor of north korea tried to calm the fears of terrorism but says it was an intentional act. >> there is no evidence of a terror connection to this incident. >> reporter: it comes after the 15th anniversary of 9/11. we are following more breaking news. the fbi investigating an explosion in new jersey happening just before a charity run to sailors. officials say runners had been scheduled to pass by the area around the time of the blast but the race was delayed and no one was in the immediate area when it happened. breaking news overnight for minnesota. an armed attacker shot and killed inside a mall. police say that the man was dressed in a private security uniform was armed with a knife inside the cross roads mall. they say he asked at least one person if he was muslim before
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right now. new developments this morning, one of the divers rescued last night has died. it appears that the 28 yore old man ran out of oxygen while trying to sir surface pass. he was an experienced diver. the second man is being treated for exhaustion. the incident remains under investigation. developing now in wore administer -- worcester. the woman was hanging on to the window and found laying in the street. the 31 year old is in the hospital right now being treat #-d for ado collapsed lung and broken ankle. developing news in boston, a triple shooting.
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worcester. three men were found in their 20s all suffering from gunshot wounds. if you have any information, call police. the u.s. is investigating an american air strike in syria that may have hit syrian government troops. the syrian army says more than 60 of the soldiers were killed injured. the air strike is threatening the already fragile cease fire in that region. the da's office investigating after a teenager was hit and killed by a commuter train. the boy was just 14 years old. transit police say the boy was crossing the track when he was hit. foul play is not suspected. overnight a plane crashing
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amazingly everyone survived. the crash happened in a phoenix suburb. it was a sky diving plane with a pilot and divers inside. they were able to jump out before it crashed. the pilot is in the hospital being treated for serious burns. security is tight for the october fest in germany. visitors must go through se celebration. about 6 million beer lovers are expected to visit. this morning on kehler at large, keller has a pete peeve. he said this summer he saw the worst driving by residents in years and went straight to the source to see what the state is going to do to keep drivers safe on the roads.
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joining us. those that catch my daily come tears may know that i have a pet peeve. the often nightmarish driving habits of drivers in this area and the impact it has on traffic and on our daily commutes. this week we dent went to the top official and that would be registrar ! thank you for having me. >> thank you for it has been a great summer for driving, dry road, clear skies and however in the 150 years that i have lived here in the boston area, i have never seen worse driving than i have seen over the last few months. both in terms of the volume and the crazy driving. i know you are not in the department of puck lick safety which would be more concerned
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wrong. >> we take driving very seriously. it impacts every we do. the key things that all motorist need to remember when you get in your car, buckle up. but more importantly it is being not distracted when you are behind the wheel. just getting in your car and driving and paying attention, that not only keeps you safe it also helps with congestion because people are getting wh >> i know you are not contradicting my take on this. is there anything that the registry can do to address this? any thought being given to toughening the road testify? >> we take seriously our object gig to educate motorist. changes in 2006 reduce touchdown speeding incidents
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those are important for that for that end of the spectrum. for us at the registry we work with our partners in the highway division to bring messages to motorist not to use cell phones, you can't use texting and we also want to bring attention to things like work zone safety. we have people don't their jobs on the roadway. if people pay attention to what is going on around them, it helps all of us. >> you know offhand the last time the road test was tweaked? >> we looked at it since we took over in 2006 and 2009, what we are doing is part of our process improvement at the registry and look at how we offer all level of services. we look at our pass/fail rate. but it is important really for us to find ways to fell people that when you are driving, pay attention to what you are
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>> in certain parts of the sate about a 63% passing rate. so i would not say what the registry of motor vehicle is overly generous. >> 63 percent are passing. >> the rest of them have to come back after they have learned a few more skills. >> i can't imagine how bad the 37 percent are if the 63 percent get licensed if what i am saying have deteriorated. and one quick thing, bicyclist will tell you motorist are their biggest enemy. but there are a lot of reckless bicyclist as well. >> we don't have any formal licensing or registration requirements for bicyclist like for motor vehicles.
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of transportation but encourage bicyclist to share the road with respect and that is being away of what -- being aware of what goes on around you. >> when complaints come in to the registry, i just saw unbelievably horrendous driving, here's the license plate number, first of all what is the volume there happens? >> we actually don't do the enforcement end. local police and state police. they can issue criations to bicyclist as well. if you are a motorist in particular we have administrative sanctions, you may have to take a drivers retraining class. we approach it from an educational campaign. >> are you sanctioning more, fewer or about the same number
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gone down somewhat but again whether you get a citation or not, if you are on the roadways or walking or biking or driving, you have to be careful with what you are doing. >> back with more with registrar of motor vehicles in
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>> every time you bring up the subject and talk about maybe seniors get upset about it. what is the status of that? are you looking to tightening that? >> we require all 75 years of age or older to come in exam renew. the law changed to let split medical professionals report concerns about fitness to operate to the registry. >> have they been doing that.
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competent psi road test if skills are into question and we do out reach in communities with counsel on aging to let aging operators know how they do self-assessment and family members know, how you can transition from being a motorist and use other modes of transportation to meet your daily need. >> the 2005 id act, kind response to the 9/11 requiring states to impose tougher requirements for getting license, for a long time massachusetts did not comply with that, what to the status of it now? >> they work window the legislature this last session to get language through so that massachusetts will be able to become fully compliant. we have an extension from
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compliance. we are working by early 2018 to offer our customers a real id compliant credential. >> look forward to having you back. good to see you. >> thank you for coming by. drive carefully. >> absolutely. >> that is it for me. right now back to my colleagues for more muse. all right. thank you. this is a ve at gillette stadium. you can watch the game here on
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a nice tailgate today. >> sun breaking through the clouds. let's get to the forecast for game day and see what is going on wn clouding yielding breaks of sunshine perhaps. temperatures getting to the lower 80's down there. that is the important weather for this afternoon for the game down at gillette. how about this evening at fenway park? the series concluding with the yankees tonight. a slight chance of a shower.
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two systems or three systems, julia is just a weak depression out there. but karl bears watching. this may be lisa later this week as it moves across the atlantic. this is the projected track of karl which is projected by the national weather service to be i hurricane. there's the east koas of the united states. right now it looks like it be picked up and crucialed out to -- curled out to sea. you know about the extreme drought how it has expanded in the last week. and we are hopeful of a more widespread rain form. lit not be prolonged and continuous. so the probability of rainfall really ramping up tomorrow and dropping off for most of the
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as we go through the afternoon, most of showers to the north and west of boston. then additional bands of rain. that may produce some locally heavy rain, drenching downpours with any thunderstorms which may happen. so this latest projection from the model saying over an inch of rain and perhaps up to two inches will be great. i am not sure if that will tease lose in all that will material lose -- materialize. additional impulses coming along for tomorrow morning and some heavy rain for morning commute. than that will move through.
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then we break out and dry out on tuesday morning for a beautiful weather on wednesday. nice dry air and breezy. and fall beginning on thursday morning. it should be a nice day. it may be rhettty hot for the first day of fall. >> thank you. still ahead an incredible
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a long viking boat voyage finally coming to an end. the ship is the largest of its kind in and just arrived in new york city yesterday. they had a challenging journey across the atlantic. they encountered icebergs, storms and unpredictable weather during their trek. i am not one to be on the boat for a long time. that does not look like fun to me. that is not my thing. >> how about icebergs? >> no.
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some summer weather for today. a few mostly light showers across the northern part of massachusetts. we should get most of the rain in the early morning hour of tomorrow, maybe through midday tomorrow and then hopefully something beneficial out of this and nice weather to follow. >> stay tuned. remember we are always on the web just log on wbztv.com. go patriots.
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