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. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. >> it is tuesday, september 20th, and we're following breaking news right now. new arrests in the terror attack in niese france, who police just tont suspected of planting bombs. was he inspired by the boston marathon bombers? we'll have the very latest. >> we're also following developing news this monk the threat against local school buses. what's being done to protect students this morning. but first we want to get a check of that forecast here on a tuesday morning. not as rainy as yesterday danielle, but you know what? it is steamy. >> the humidity is going to stay with us today. eventually the drier air works enter tomorrow. that's when you'll feel the
a couple of showers left over this morning. one sprinkle just past east of chat am a.m. -- chatham. they're hugging bristol county. so i'll keep the threat for a shower in across eastern massachusetts. otherwise, partial clearing comes in by the time we get to the afternoon. temperatures mid to upper 60s right now. 69 in boston, 67 in manchester. there's fog in spots, particularly north and west of boston. it's locally thick. quarter mile visibility enter wooster and bedford right now. so just something to be aware of as you head out the door for your commute. others we rise out of the 60s, 78 by midday, increasing sunshine, a lingering shower along the south coast through midday and then warm and a bit humid. >> breaking news overnight. crews are working to repair a water main break in chelsea. this is on revere beach parkway
westbound side and repair could take about eight hours. we have two accidents that you should know about. the biggest concern will be at the braintree split. there is stop and go traffic now back to exit 17. this will only slow you down between 5 and 10 minutes, but you know how busy that area can get. there's also another accident right now on 95 north in canton. it's blocking the shoulder at exit 12 before 128 and traffic is backed up to exit the afghan immigrant suspected of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey may have referenced the boston hair thon bombers. according to cnn, a handwritten note found next to one of the bombs contained rambles that referenced previous terrorists. a source tells cbs news, rahami is not cooperating. >> he's now charged in connection with liz capture and that shootout. rahami, a u.s. citizen faces five counts of attempted murder of police officers. he's still in the hospital this
that arrest. he's being held on $5.2 million bail as prosecutors consider what charges to file against him. cbs' hannah daniels has the very latest on this morning on the investigation. >> reporter: rahami is in custody this morning facing five counts of attempted murder of police officers and gun charges. this cell phone video shows the 28 year old handcuffed and laying on the ground in linden, new jersey, yesterday. president obama york for the u.n. general assembly preyed officers. >> it's just one more reminder of the extraordinary skill and sacrifice and courage of our law enforcement officers. >> reporter: authorities say they've directly linked rahami to saturday's explosions in both new york city and new jersey. and connected this tim -- him to five more bombs found sunday night near a new jersey train station. they're also looking into
terror groups, a senior law enforcement official tells cbs news, rahami traveled to his native afghanistan at least three times in the last two years. he also visited pakistan. as the investigation continues to unfold, people who live here along the street where the bomb went off are returning home. and businesses are back open once again. >> all we could do is be vigilant and clean up the mess. >> this is not a block you would think of as a target. it's not time square or the world trade center or grand happened here. >> reporter: officials say there is no indication of an extremist cell operating in the area and believe rahami acted alone. han i can't daniels, cbs news. meanwhile, here in massachusetts, officials are stepping up security patrols. nicole jacobs is live at south station this morning with more on that. nicole. >> reporter: kate, the bomb that was planted in elizabeth, new jersey was right here a
in massachusetts are stepping up patrols at locations like south station. experts say the issue of lone wolf terrorists is now the unfortunate new normal. massachusetts residents know the terror all too well. it was three years ago pressure cooker bombs went off at the marathon finish line. >> it's just a sign of the times that we live in. >> reporter: wbz' security analyst ed davis was the police commissioner then. a part of t lone wolf terrorists. >> isis has been very effective in activating people that are fringe players here, people with mental health problems, people who are upset with the government. >> reporter: ahmad khan rahami now in custody after allegedly setting off and planting bombs in new york and new jersey. a u.s. citizen who had traveled to afghanistan in the past, authorities say, questioned upon each return but never on a watch list radar. the bombs he allegedly designed
>> there's some real sophistication there. it's a very different type of device than what we saw. >> reporter: as massachusetts steps up security in light of the most recent scare, residents say they've become numb. >> i feel like you just hear about it way too much nowadays. and it is an issue, yes, but i feel that we just need to continue going about our lives. >> reporter: davis says prosecuting in the war overseas as well as doing preventive work here in in hand. he also continues to urge everyone to be vigilant and pay attention to what's going on around them. we're live at south station, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >> all right. thank you very much for the update there. meanwhile the candidates addressing national security in response to the bombings. trump says he would fix what he cause a, quote, broken immigration system. while hillary clinton says, the key is prone leadership and experience. >> i'm the only candidate in
the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battlefield. >> we have seen how failures to screen, who is entering the united states, puts all of our citizens, everyone in this room, at danger. >> national security will be one of three topics at next week's first presidential debate. we'll bring you live coverage of it monday night right here. breaking news overseas this morning. there's been eight new arrests in connection to aru 86 people were killed in the bastille day in nice. prosecutors say the eight men arrested are french and at that nearbyian. isis claimed responsibility for the july attack when a truck plowed into a crowd. also breaking overnight a plane put in isolation after a distress call. officials now say it was a false call. the flight crew admitted they made a mistake sending that emergency message. the captain told the control
hijacking was in progress was pushed accidentally. th a developing story in maynard, there will be extra security at all public schools today after a threat against school buses there. wbz's anna meiler is live in maynard with a closer look at that investigation. anna. . >> reporter: and chris, that threat was in the form of messages scribbled on shot 51 shell found in front of a local woman's home. so even though police believe this threat is most likely a hoax they're seriously. they say a re-dez dent called them to report a bag of shotgun shells on the sidewalk in front of heifer house. messages were scribbled referencing terrorism and a bomb planted on a bus. police alettered the fusion center and federal authorities. the state police bomb squad thoroughly searched the vicinity and all four of the town's school buses. investigators say no danger was
behind this threat. even if a hoax, this incident falls under terroristic threats. they're urging anyone with information to give them a call. reporting live from maynard, anna meiler, wbz this morning. new this morning, school officials responding to concerns about student safety at wilmington high school as a teacher returns to work there. the superintendent says anthony altieri is returning to his position as the gym teacher there. of teach. he was placed on paid administrative leave for several days after allegations of tow mess tick assault. a 911 problem. resident in huntington and chester couldn't call 911 from their landlines for several hours yesterday. state police were urging people to use their cell phones instead. now they say 911 service for landlines has been restored. still no word on what caused that outage. he may be town with a
don't count jimmy garoppolo out yet. they haven't ruled him out for thursday night's game. >> and this morning, tom brady is weighing in on this. wbz sports director steve burton is here with his take. reporter: well good morning. there's been no official work on the shoulder just yet. it's hard to see him playing on thursday night. it looks like the rookie brissett will get the start. tom brady talked to jim gray on the radio last night about watching ga respect low get hurt. >> it's tough. he made a 48 play to escape the pocket - the pocket and made a great run. the linebacker hit him and landed on top him. you see that quite a bit in the nfl. it's a tough injury, especially your throwing shoulder. i feel for him. i know he will be back out there as soon as he can. >> reporter: hopefully we'll know about the situation today. steve burton, wbz sports. >> we'll be watching. wbz is your patriots station. you can see thursday night's game against the texas right here on cbs. right after the game, the post
morning. changes on the red line. the new plan being considered to overall train cars. how much it would cost and how it might improve your commute. >> and double trouble for a jet blue flight heading to boston. why the plane changed course and wait until you hear what happened next. >> a local inn reaching out to previous guests. their surprising request. tan yes, good morning. >> good morning. some low clouds a little bit of fog to start the day. but the sun is going to be breaking the afternoon. temperatures rising through the 70s, pretty quickly too. it's going to be a warm and muggy day. i'll let you no he when cooler fall air arrives as you take a live look at the city of boston. patchy fog out there. you can barely see the cars this
. have you ever stayed at the longfellows wayside inn. if so, the requests from a -- the owners have a request for you. they're asking if anything has taken anything from the inn, to return it. no questions asked. the inn is celebrating its 300 birthday, among the treasures that went missing over the years, a copy of the declaration
wear, antique dishes, and paintings. that's not very nice. >> no. >> were you eating with those stamped silver wear yesterday? >> i'm reading a copy of the declaration of independence. >> i don't know what you're talking about. >> i guess i can believe that people take stuff. >> what they should do it's not valuable at all, it's not worth anything, just give it back. people are probably like i didn't know this was valuable. so you like thear the next several days. the feel of fall doesn't arrive until the weekend. a live look at boston. we have low clouds, patchy fog. it's a dreary start to the day. but we will see improvement as we head throughout the day today with increasing sunshine. the main story here. visibility is reduced in spots. there are just a couple of showers leftover out there this morning. they're mainly focused near buzzards bay. these are lifting to the north
these showers move through. there is a visibility quarter of a mile. it's thick in bedford for the fog. wooster, quarter of a mile visibility. so the fog is thickest north and west of town. advisability is doing from boston to the cape. 69 in boston right now. same in chatham. upper 60s from laurens to manchester and keene. wooster sitting at 63. temperatures will be in the 80s by later on today. you notice the clouds that are in place right now. but there's been clearing coming england and that is going to be working in our direction during the day today. what's happening here is the front that came through yesterday, it's now stalling out, it's not moving so we need something to kick it out of here. this cold front back through the midwest is going to do that later on today. it will also drag in less humid air during the day for our wednesday. so look at this, between now, late morning, chance of a shower out over cape cod, may linger on the outer cape. the trend will be for gradually increasing sunshine it may take
we may get some late-day peeks. but north and west boston we warm up first. a little sea breeze may try to kick in. an above-average day. tonight there may be a few lingering clouds. we're talking about mainly clear skies. 54 to 62 in the suburbs about 66 downtown. very similar for highs tomorrow. the biggest difference, lower humidity, you'll feel the 83 in boston, 85 in norwood. most of us in the lower to middle 80s. high pressure building right on in. going to stay with us for thursday, too. so as a warm front approaches there will be some showers and closed but the focus of that right now should be to our north. so thursday stays dry as well and then the next front approaches to end the week. so thursday night football looking good for the gillette stadium. 8:25 kickoff. great night. warm and dry. mid-70s very pleasant for this time of the year. we're in the 80s on friday.
thunderstorm not until late friday evening and night. a few showers may linger into saturday morning. that front means business. it cools us down significantly for the weekend. there's definitely a feel of fall, but temperatures in the mid-60s on saturday. even cooler on sunday. at least the sun will be shining and the mid-60s to start next week. >> there's three accident to know about. the latest one is 93 south in methuen. it's at exit 46. traffic is backed up and the back-up is actually feting pretty close to the new hampshire border. there's another accident on 95 north in canton. this is blocking the shoulder at exit 12 before 128 and traffic is backed up to exit 11. that first accident happened at the braintree split on route three north. it just cleared but there is some stop and go traffic back to union street at exit 17. the mbta has a new plan to vamp up the red line but it comeses with a hefty price. the globe is reporting that
line cars rather than refurbish them and add an additional two dozen train cars. this could allow the red line to carry 50% more passenger per hour and that trains would come every three minutes. the mbta already set aside about to hundred million dollars to upgrade the cars. no word on how much it will cost to replace them. >> all right. thank you very much. a child in chelsea hit by a driver who police say weaved around a stopped school bus. that 6-year-old boy was clipped by the side mirror yeste hospital with minor injuries. the driver was cited. 15 cases have now been dismissed over compromised evidence at the braintree police department. the latest case dismissed yesterday was a 2010 drug charge against a hyde park man who was facing heroin and cocaine trafficking charges. last week an audit reveals, drugs, guns and money were policing from the evidence room at the braintree police department. >> double trouble forejet blue plane. it was diverted for an equipment
drama. >> yeah, we just took a bolt of lightning. >> in addition to the lightning, the pilots had trouble with the plane's radar, flight 1731 was on its way from new york to bermuda. it landed safely. no one was hurt. the faa is investigating. in -- an incredible discovery. researchers find a skeleton. they found the human skeleton at the site of a shipwreck in the agee i it dates back to -- dates back to 65b.c. this is the first remains found at the site since dna analysis began. once tested -- once tested, though, it could tell us a lot about people living more than 2,000 years ago. straight ahead, a warning before breath fast. >> lego that egg owe. a recall impacting waffles you. >> know where to find amazon onlune. soon you will find it right here in massachusetts.
. new this morning, a warning if you have eggo waffles in your freezer. they are being walled in massachusetts and 24 other states because of possible listeria contamination. the voluntary recall impacts nutri-grain whole wheat waffles. kelloggs says you should throw out the affected packages. the navy will be honoring robert f. kennedy. a new ship will be renamed the u.s. n.s. robert f. kennedy. the secretary of the navy along with ethyl kennedy and other members of the kennedy family will be on hand. every wonder what it's like
well today you can find out. flex jet will be in bedford showcasing their new top of the line private jet. you can get a tour of it from noon until seven today. >> i wonder what it's like. i have no idea what it's like. well it is the first new hotel in watertown in 50 years, and it's opening up today. a ceremony will be held this morning at the new one best suite residence inn. the hotel is at the oldest saab dealership in the united states. amazon is planning to build a store in deb a.m. they're looking to hire people for a bookstore. it's unclear when that store will open up. a cat saved inside boston east callahan tunnel has a new home and now is looking for a new home. he was found inside the tunnel. he appeared to have been hit by
he is doing well, he should be ready for adoption in about six weeks. >> callahan should have tried the ted williams. it's a lot easier to get to the airport i lots more in our next half hour. a former republican president may be switching his allegiance. >> the government is getting in the driver's seat when it comes to self-driving cars. >> should you pay extra for premium gas. the new research about its
. right now at 6:30 a bombing suspect in custody and under investigation. did he have help? and was he inspired by what we are learning this morning. >> new video of a deadly shooting involving police and an unarmed black man. the investigation underway right now. >> developing news, the threat against school buses in a legal 0 town. what's being done to protect students in morning. -- this morning. . good morning to you.
morning. >> you can dress those kids like it's summers heading off to school yet again today, danielle. because it's really warm out there. >> we're coming into the 80s. it's humid, too. so you feel. it's feeling like summer here for the next several days. a few lingering showers out there. i don't think the kids need the umbrella or raincoat. these showers are really light. one that's just about to come into woods hole in the next 15 minutes or so. a couple stray sprinkle right near the cape cod canal. there are lou clouds, patchy fog. already seeing clearing though, north and west of southern new england and that clearing will work in during the course of the day today. 69 in boston right now. 67 in laurens. 68 in taunton. we are in the 60s across the board and the fog is thickest north and west of town. watch out for reduced visibility from wooster to bedford back up in through southern new hampshire and southern maine. so your hour by hour and your kind of planner goes this way. out of the 60s we claim.
us by late morning. partly sunny. 78 by lunchtime. there may be a lingering shower until early afternoon. it's still a little bit humid running in the low 80s for your ride home. >> well, thank you. breaking news overnight, crews in chelsea are working to repair a water main break. it's on revere beach parkway near murray street. one lane is getting by on the westbound side and repairs could take about eight hours. now before you head out, there are three stents on major roads into boston. we start u methuen. this is at exit 46. traffic is now backed up to the new hampshire border there. as you get closer to the city, there is an accident on 128 south in redding. it's at exit 38 and route 28. traffic is backed up to exit 42 which is salem streetment to our west, a third accident on route nine eastbound in newton. that earlier accident in canton has cleared. >> thank you very much. breaking news overseas,
in connection to a truck attack in france. 86 people were killed in the bastille day aattack in nice, france. eight men arrested are french and at that nearbyian. identification claimed responsibility when a truck plowed into a crowd. a man suspected of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey may have referenced the boston marathon bombers. according to cnn, a handwritten note found next to one of bombs contained rambles that referenced previous terrorists including tsarnaev brothers. this morning the bombing suspect ahmad rahami is being held on $5.2 million bail. he's in the hospital after undergoing surgery. rahami is facing charges, five counts of attempted murder for that gunfight with police. federal prosecutors are now deciding what other charges he will face in connection with the
is meanwhile here in massachusetts, officials are stepping up security patrols. nicole jacobs is live for us at south station this morning with details on what we're doing right here at some of our transit centers, nicole. >> reporter: chris, that south station here, one of many transportation locations, local and state police are stepping up security all in light of the bombs planted in new york and new jersey. we'll get you to pay -- a picture here of the suspect this is ahmad khan rahami. he now is now in custody after allegedly setting multiple bombs designed to to go off with a cell phone trigger. a much more sophisticated make-up, according to wbz security analyst ed davis, who also says identification has unfortunately had success in activating fringe terrorists. >> you have to prosecute the war overseas in syria and iraq, and
united states with just as much dedication. >> reporter: and again, they're stepping up patrols at transportation locations. we're also told that there will be extra security at the patriots game on thursday. all of this while they continue to urge residents here in massachusetts to be vigilant. we're live at south station, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >> nicole, thank you very much. meanwhile, the candidates addressing national security in response to the bombings. trump said he wouldix immigration system. while hillary clinton says the key is proven leadership and experience. >> i'm the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battlefield. >> we have seen how failures to screen who is entering the united states puts all of our citizens, every one in this room, at danger. >> national security will be one
week's first presidential debate. we'll bring you live coverage monday night right here. police still want to know more about the motive behind these attacks in new york and new jersey and whether others were involved. you can stay with wbz on air and online for the very latest. this morning, the justice department is investigating after tulsa police shoot and kill an unarmed black man. police responded to reports of a vehicle stalled in the road on friday. while new video from police dash cam and that terrance crutcher has his hands in the air. he drops to the ground after being shocked with a stun gun. but then a female officer opens fire, she shoots and kills him. that officer is on paid leave right now. crutcher's family says the video shows police prejudged him as a threat. they are calling for peace, though, during the investigation. police in southbridge are tighting up security around their station. the wooster telegram and gazette is reporting that southbridge police chief shane woodson
parking lot behind the station. chief woodson asked town counselors if he could repurpose $60,000 for a repaving project. it was approved and the chief hopes to have it installed by winter. a developing story in maynard. there will be extra security at all public schools today after a threat against school buses. wbz's anna meiler is live in maynard this morning with a closer look at that investigation. anna, good morning. that threat was in the form of messages scribbled on shotgun shells found in front of a local woman's home. so even though police believe this threat is most likely a hoax, they're taking it very seriously. police say a resident called them around 6:00 last night to report a bag of shotgun shells on the side walk in front of her house. on those shut gun shells messages were scribbled referencing terrorism and a bomb planted on a bus in town. maynard police alerted the
fusion center and federal authorities. the state police bomb squad thoroughly searched the vicinity and all four of the town's school buses. investigators say no danger was found but police have a very strong message, saying they will prosecute whoever is behind this threat. police say even if a hoax, this incident falls under terroristic threats which is a felony carrying up to 20 years in prison. police are urging anyone with information to give them a call. reporting live in maynard, anna meiler, wbz this morni the man accused of crashing into a newton restaurant killing two people has been released on personal recognizance and ordered not to drive. brad casler was arraigned yesterday on two counts of motor vehicle homicide in connection to the sweet tomatoes crash. attorneys on bone sides confirmed casler has multiple sclerosis. but prosecutors say that did not cause the crash. casler insists his brake pedal was stuck. >> the braking system was fully functioning as well as the ac
appropriately functioning. >> i think i said very clearly in court that the gentleman suffers from multiple sclerosis. he has for about 27 years. and we all know the effects of multiple sclerosis. >> casler pleaded not guilty. his next court date is set for thursday. the government is taking new steps today to make sure you're safe as the future of self-driving cars starts to become a reality. brianna is back with the details. >> reporter: new federal guidelines on the testing end of self-driving c released this morning. the new rules detail how the vehicles should be forming -- performing in a 15 point safety assessment. officials also want ought owe makers to sign and submit assessments to certify their vehicles are safe. >> by laying the markers we're laying, we're -- we're simultaneously allowing innovation to happen and inter dutiesing and -- inter deuce and raising the left of safety on these vehicles. >> officials will go into
regulations would be updated an wally to keep up with advance ams in technology. thank you. paying more for premium gas could be a waste of money i aaa says they found in their research that premium gas doesn't increase horsepower or fuel economy. it also doesn't reduce emissions. if your car is designed to run on regular gas, premium gas can cost about 50 cents more a gallon. the ceo of wells fargo will hill. john stump is expected to apologize to customers and congress for the scandal at the bank. regulators say wells fargo workers created millions of fake bank accounts to meet aggressive sales goals and get bonuses. the company has been fined $185 million. well more than 800 immigrants were supposed to be removed from the country are now u.s. citizens instead. the department of homeland security says those immigrants used a different name in their
slipped through the cracks. because their fingerprints had not been digitized into government databases. those citizens could be denaturalized. homeland security says they are working to address the issue. a former president could be crossing party lines in the november election. kathleen kennedy townsend said in a facebook post on monday that george bush sounder told her he plans on voting for hillary clinton in this year's election. a spokesperson for president bush that claim. replacements of samsung's galax i didn't note 7 will be available tomorrow. they recalled the phone last week after dozens of people reported the batteries caught fire while they were charging. note 7 users can pick up their free replacement phones from samsung, their wireless carrier, or the store where they bought the phone. just ahead, we'll have a check of the day's top stories. >> questions about a teacher's return to a massachusetts high
domestic assault. >> and calling all fans of shakespeare, the historic ex heb it now on display. >> good morning. you have some weather watches up. >> several that are up this morning. checking in temperatures for the 60s for most of us. it's a little bit humid out there too. eric checking in with 65 degrees in hockington. he says a thick fog and muggy feel, doesn't feel like fall is two days away. we'll let you know how long the warmth is going to stick
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. a new celebration of william shakespeare's life and work is coming to boston 400 years after his death. es featuring historical maps and images highlighting his most famous works. the exhibit is at the public library. it is open through february. well the good news is it's not as wet and yucky outside as it was yesterday morning. but it's still pretty warm. >> you didn't have to water the flowers yesterday which was nice. >> that's true. i'm not really allowed to water the flowers. >> the drought has been bad. the plants, the lawn, the
ah as you got the drink yesterday. today much drier. there will be a few linger showers. but outdoor recess is a good. dressing for summer as we rise out of the 60s this morning. 70s for recess time and then the bus ride home features temperatures running in the 80s across southern new england. all right we added in another countdown here, we already have the home opener for the patriots. two days until fall begins. you can believe it? 19 days, that's it, until brady is back. 41 days and 65 days, we put the flapping turkey on there. that's one of my most exciting things about the fall season. thanksgiving. you can believe it, just a couple months away, too. northern new england starting to see flashes of color. -- see splashes of color. that color will continue to expand southward over the weeks and over the next month or so. otherwise, we have a few showers
a quick ritz through woods hole right now. most of it is light. there is some fog this morning, too. and it's locally thick. quarter mile visibility in bedford and wooster can barrel see in portsmouth. so this fog takes a little bit of time to burn off. it burns off for most of us by the time we get to mid to late morning. 69 in boston right now. widespread 60s across the map. what's happening here is that the front at that came through yesterday has slowed down and stalling out. it's not movinri out of here as it slows. that's why we keep a threat of showers today. what we're waiting for is a cold front back through the west. not a lot of moisture with it. it will kick the front out of here by later on today. that will promote increasing subshine -- sunshine. yes a shower southeastern massachusetts through early afternoon. lingering on the outer cape. clearing comes in. the remembered is for
increasing sunshine. it's going to be warm, feeling like a mid-summer day here. 80 right at the coastline. mid-80s from bedford back up to nashua. 85 in fitchburg today. keep in mind this time of the year, we should be in the low 70s. so well above average. 80 to 84 plymouth to norwood. chance of a shower that will linger into early afternoon. less humid tomorrow. highs in the low 80s. high pressure building right on in. stays with us on thursday, that means passage of thursday night football. temperatures in the 80s right on through the end of the week. a big cooldown, big 60s on saturday. only in the low 60s for the highs on sunday. just to put it in perspective it's 69 in boston right now. so we turn much cooler for the weekend. 60s for the start of next week trillion. >> such a busy morning. a lot of accidents to tell you about. we start up on 93 south in
already at the state line. this is at exit 46. again, so much back up there it's already going into new hampshire. as you get closer into the city, there is an accident on 93 south in andover. it's blocking the left labor. there's another accident on -- left lane. there's another accident in redding. traffic is backed up to exit 482 there. to our west, there's also an accident on route nine eastbound in newton at dudley road. breaking news now in connection to a truck attack in france. 86 people were killed in the bastille day attack in nice. prosecutors say the eight men arrested are french and tunisian. a truck plowed into a crowd gathered for a phi works display. federal officials are considering terrorism charges for a man suspected of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey. >> rahami is facing five counts
officers in connection with his capture and shootout that took place. he was taken into custody yesterday after that shootout. he's in the hospital now recovering from a gunshot wound to the leg. he's being held on $5.2 million bail. a source tells cbs news he is not cooperating with investigators. there will be extra security at public schools in maynard today after a threat against school buses there. police now say they believe this threat may be a hoax. a woman found a bag of shotgun shells with m front of her house yesterday. they reference terrorism and bombs on a school bus. a school officials are responding to concerns about student safety at wilmington high school as a teacher heads back to work. the superintendent says anthony altieri is returning as the physical education teacher. officials don't believe he posts any threat.
. the red sox keep on rolling toward a play off appearance. ace rick porcello took the mound last night and it was more of the same from the sox star pitcher. he got his league leading 21st win pitching a two-run complete game. they win 5-2 winning their fifth straight. well tom brady may be suspended but he's still paying attention. number 12 it his interview with jim gray last night. before jimmy garoppolo got hurt on sunday he was picking -- picking apart the dolphins defense. so brady was asked if he thinks gemmy g. has a future in the nfl. >> i think that's going to be decided by him. i think obviously the way he starred it's been a great start to his starting game in the nfl. you know he's a very hard worker i'm just proud of the way that he led the team and like i said,
our team. so i know he will be fighting hard to be out there this week, and hopefully we the -- by the next week, he's done a really great job. >> pats host the texas on thursday right here on wbz. we'll start with patriots game day at 7:00. kick off is at 8:25. and the fifth quarter post game show is on my tv 38 immediately following the game. time for a closer look at what's coming next on cbs this o'donnell. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. ahead here on cbs this morning, the nypd's new police commissioner in studio 57 with the latest on the investigation in the new york and new jersey bombings. the news is back in the morning.
. stinky. a rare corpse flower is getting ready to bloom at dartmouth college in new hampshire. crews at the greenhouse think it will open up on friday. people are expected to line up to get a whiff. the flower hasn't bloomed since 2011. guys want to go on a road trip. >> nope. i'm cool. >> kind of. >> i mean -- i. >> i do. >> does it really smell like a dead animal? >> that's why i want to check it
know? >> why -- >> just to say we've done it. >> if i'm kidnapped you know where i am, these two. so a couple of showers on the cape this morning. otherwise 80s for the next several days. let's humid tomorrow. you'll feel the difference. fall begins on thursday. it's not going to feel like it. we'll be in the mid-80s. friday 80s too. showers and storms big time cool down. >> why don't you go and sweet us how it went. >> now i get volunteered. >> cbs this morning is coming up
? good morning. it is tuesday, september 20th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." new details about the captured in new jersey. surveillance video shows him before the moments in new york. the city's new police commissioner is in studio 57. and americans are wasting billions on gas they don't need. new studies whether you need to pay for premium at the pump. plus, charlie as in rose, with rock legend bono. find out what he feels about the presidential election. >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye