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a terrorist in 2014. cbs news has confirmed that the fbi investigated the terrorist comment after rahami was arrested for stabbing his brother in the leg at home, but his father told agents that he was angry and he didn't mean it. they have recovered a handwritten note notebook with a bullet hole in it. rahami has traveled to pakistan, and neighbors knew him as a quiet kid. how do you make sense of what happened? >> i don't. i can't. he left his country to go over there. maybe he met people over there who talked bad about our
bombing on saturday and at the jersey shore. police said he left behind evidence tying him to the crime. he was found after a man found him sleeping in the doorway. >> i just called the cops. i did what any american would have done. >> reporter: rahami is recovering from gunshot wounds and is held on $5 million bail. what we understand happened with the nestic dispute overheard the father call his son a terrorist and that was passed on to local law enforcement and then to the fbi. when they interviewed the father twice, they say, he insisted he said is in the heat of the moment and it not mean it literally. the fbi could not find ties connecting the son to terrorism. brook silva-braga, cbs news.
used in the attack stirs up terrible memories of the marathon bombing. christina hagger has more. >> reporter: lisa, i spoke with a survivor on the telephone. he lost a leg in the blast and not surprised saying that's when it happened here. he is predicting there would be similar attacks around the world. t someone tries to replicate what happened. >> reporter: feeling the echoes of one of the city's darkest days, the 2013 marathon bombing brought up. both resulted in dozens of injuries. in chelsea, police found a
they took down a suspect. the public can expect expert security, and we found bostonians still haunted by the memories. did it occur to you this could happen again? there could be copycats? >> yes and no. it seems to be very easy. >> i'm worried about what is walking around our city. >> reporter: out an important lesson. in the end, it was a member of the public who brought police to the man they were looking for. >> a homegrown terrorist wants to commit an act in his basement, we can't stop it. we don't have those resources. >> reporter: so the police commissioner is reminding the public to keep their eyes open, and there will be extra
the pats' game on thursday, and boston police will be extra vigilant in the city this weekend. at the finish line, christina hager, wbc new foosball and we are following all the developments from the investigation in new york and new jersey. we will report all new information on our website and on cbsboston.com. lisa, breaking tonight, boston police say that an off- duty officer did nothing wrong in a confrontation caught on camera and shared on line. in may, so phone captured this piece of video showing an officer holding a man on the ground. the police commissioner wasn't happy that the officers' actions were even questioned. >> reporter: he wasn't, david. the commissioner came out with a strong defense of his officer, a 20-year veteran, and the investigation was self
went viral with 1.5 million views. >> why you running? >> you cut me off. >> get up. get up. >> reporter: you can see officer edward barrett with his knee in the back of the pedestrian and then see him pick him up and walk him back by the shirt collar to his personal vehicle. thta pedestrian was trying to cross arlington and the officer was trying to take a right in his vehicle. apparently, the pedestrian was mad that the officer cut him off and he whacked his window with an umbrella the officer said he had the right of way the entire time and tonight, boston police released new video uncovered during this internal investigation. theysay it shows that the pedestrian took off on foot immediately after he whacked
street, after he trips and falls to the ground, they say that shows that the officer didn't tackle him to the ground and never shoved his head into the paverment. at the end of the day, they interviewed witnesses and pedestrians' co-workers and the pedestrian himself and all of it added up to not using excessive force. >> we got him in. we got all the witnesses and everything points to the fa that, again, this officer wasn't chasing him down. he wasn't violently tackled, and his hair wasn't pulled. plenty of people back that up. >> reporter: we learned that the officer will not be facing any discipline. and right now, we have another crew talking to the pedestrian and we'll have some of his reaction to the internal investigation findings tonight at 6:00.
news. the patriots just announced that jimmy garoppolo did practice today. what does that mean? steve burton is here to break down the late-breaking information. steve? >> reporter: this is the most interesting team in the nfl, tell you that right now. no sign of jimmy garoppolo on the practice field but the injury report was released and garoppolo is listed as limited, and he could be a game-time decision come thursday night when the patriots take on texans. the media is only allowed to shoot for the start of practice, and get this. the only problem on the field was jacoby brissett. the patriots have yet to sign another quarterback so it appears it will be brissett or garoppolo, and belichick doesn't offer up much this morning and he was a little testy. >> i'm a football coach. i'm not a doctor. the medical staff is the medical staff. i coach the team.
injuries. they don't call plays. i don't do surgery. we have a great deal. works out good. >> you wait for them to inform you of the medical situation and then it's a situation to evaluate -- >> i do what is best for the football team. let me put it another way. i'm the coach. i do what's best for the football team. i don't know why they can't understand that [laughter] >> reporter: belichick at his best, not a doctor we will play the waiting game for thursday night. back to you. >> just to be clear, steve: he's not a doctor. >> reporter: not a doctor. he's a coach. >> i had that right. >> reporter: you got it. >> wbz is the official patriots' station, and join us for all access tonight night at 7:00, and then on thursday, complete coverage at 5:00 and game day at 7:00. the kickoff to the pats and
the 5th quarter. also breaking, a deadly police shooting at foxwoods casino. paula ebben has the details. paula? >> reporter: lisa, police say that the mashantucket tribal police confronted the customer at the casino about an arrest warrant and the cuflt -- customer took out a gun and tribal police killed suspect. no one was was injured. the casino in connecticut was locked down for about 2 hours. the lockdown has been lifted. we don't yet know the identity of the man killed or what the arrest warrant was for. lisa? >> thank you, paula. in maynard, extra security
a bag of shotgun shells in front of her home and the messages made references to trailer and a bomb on a school bus. place searched and found no evidence of a bomb. >> in this day and age, things are more real and close to home, maybe not this close to home but we need to take things seriously. >> even though it's believed to be a hoax, maynard police want to find the person who made it. the mbta is considering an expensive plan to improve the now, the global reports that they want to replace 86 red line cars instead and add two dozen more. officials claim the move would let the red line carry more passengers and run more trains in peak hours but how much will it cost? that's a big question and one that we don't know the answer to yet. protecting the men and women who are trained to protect us. >> the local police department that said it needs more help
shows raw meat left out on hot summer days before it ever gets to local restaurants. >> and calling it quits. what could be the reason that a hollywood super couple is getting divorced. >> and summer is holding on. more 80s in the forecast but big changes coming up. we'll outline that coming up. and coming up here at thankful he survived this terrible crash and all thanks to strangers. the dramatic video of the rescue and the one thing police
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cooler in sight and that meat ended up at restaurants. >> why are small businesses taking this risk? >> here in boston at the airport, it's 90. >> reporter: another sweltering day, and the i-team is at the restaurant depot. you think members would be careful to keep food out of the
team watched them load up eggs, blocks of cheese and raw meat tucked along beach chairs in the trunk or roasting in the pickup. it's a 90-degree day. why would you put meat in your trunk like that? time and time again, the meat was loaded with nothing to keep it cold and the i-team followed to see how long the food was exposed. sometimes, when temps hit triple digits. these guys loaded the meat in their st. paul sedan and close to an hour before they finished unloading. this man unloaded his cart and went back in the score for another errand. it's 2:35 and the meat has been sitting in the back of the trunk for 30 minutes and this hasn't pulled out of the truck yet. >> we know as the temperature goes up, the bacteria love the warm temperature, and they
temperatures to be 41 degrees or below, and a doctor of nutrition said anything above that is considered the danger zone. >> the rule of thumb is it should be in the danger zone for no more than two hours but if it's 90 degrees or higher outside, no more than 1 hour. >> reporter: for an unscientific experiment, the i- team placed this large package of ground beef in the trunk of the car with the temperature close to 90. from the time we put the meat in the trunk to abou later t went up about 20 degrees. >> a piece of meat 15 or 20 pounds holds the temp for a long time. >> reporter: so it might look worse than it is? >> yeah. >> reporter: the owners are said they are well aware of the rules and would not jeopardize the businesses. >> without a safe food environment, we are not an operation. >> reporter: here is what is so surprising. the restaurant depot has a huge
away millions of free gel packs but we never saw anyone using them. saw you had meat in the trunk. the i-team caught up with one restaurant owner to and why. how concerned are you about transporting that? >> we are very concerned but we take the temperature when it gets to the restaurant and it's fallen out of the danger zone, we dispose of it. >> reporter: the safety risk was there, but we had no way of knowing the exact temperature of the food traveling different locations, so we decided not to identify specific restaurants or workers. along with the keep it cool campaign, a restaurant depot spokesman told us this should serve as an important reminder to memories around the boston rare. >> keep it cool is not a phrase that applies to the weather even as we get to the end of september. >> but it seems like barbecue weather at the end of september. >> it's always barbecue. you know me.
the roof at bz. and we have beef. but it's in the refrigerator. >> just like in school. you have to bring enough for everyone. that's the rule. [laughter] >> i'll run over to the market, then. the humid air that was around today will move out and more comfortable for the mid week with the fall equinox on thursday morning and a summer day, well in the 80s and then a blast of cool air that arrives late friday and will be here this weekend into next week. for those looking for one day, we have that in the forecast. this evening, low 80s for many. laconia, 82. and taunton, 79, and logan airport, 73 on the water's edge. the dew points are still high especially at the cape in particular. and the drier sarah filtering in from the west. tomorrow into thursday, much lower in the humidity department. most of the forecast, the really muggy air from the last
factor. look at the satellite picture. hazy skies across the cape and islands and south coast. cirrus clouds elsewhere, and in screams to me, awesome potential. these are the remnants from julia, and they will stay off to the south. lows in the 50s to 60, and warmer in the city but tomorrow morning, not much humidity to deal with. it will be a nice overnight especially in the valleys to start the day tomorrow. then for the rest of the day, bright sunshine and drier air, really, just stunning, upper 70s at lunchtime and low 80s tomorrow afternoon. without much wind, we'll have the sea breeze develop and 70s at the coastline. 78 in one 78--boston and most cities in the 80s tomorrow, all
keeping the shoreline cooler. then as we look towards thursday, high pressure is in control and another warm day for the autumnal equinox. if you are heading out to the patriots' game, perfect, won't be humid, warm and dry and still in the 70s at 8:25 for the kickoff. friday, we track changes. here's a look at it hour by hour and warm up quickly in the morning through the 70s and 80s, and a front will drop down. it will get in quick in the day and bring in dramatically cooler air and showers. as we head towards the evening, the cooler air will spread south and west and take over the whole region friday night. here's a look at the accu- weather 7 day, the late-day showers. could see a lingering shower on saturday. but look at the huge change, 60s saturday, sunday, monday, and tuesday, and david and
so far this season. >> we'll notice that. eric, thank you. hollywood diverses are rarely shocking but this might be. oscar winner angelina jolie and brad pitt are breaking up. she filed the paperwork citing irreconcilable differences and she wants full custody of the six children. the decision was made, quote, for the health of the family. a mp reality thanks to the scientists at mit. >> clinton or trump which candidate would tackle terror better? and a police officer shoots and kills an unarmed man who had his happens up. as his family demands scrft, the officer's attorney explains
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oh, its captain chaos! let's see them handle flash floods! what?! what about the flu! emergencies can happen at any time. download a preparedness checklist today. on the bz feed a school cafeteria in pennsylvania quit her job over what she calls lunch shaming. >> the policy states that the kids get cut off from hot lunch if the parents fall $25 behind. students from 7th grade on up
the worker said she couldn't bear the kids being embarrassed and going hungry. >> it has to be embarrassing for the kids to be eating a cheese sandwich and everyone know what is it means. >> and so many kids rely on that with school insecurity. and tonight, mit is working on a device that could tell if you are happy or sad. >> it uses wireless signals from our own body to detect human emotions. theysay that 1 day film studios or staying agencies might use it to gauge audience reactions or in your home to adjust your temperature based on your mood. >> we should get it to adjust the temperature in the studio. >> there would be like a smiley face and unhappy face. although someday, we will get in the middle like now. an unexpected surprise for
ohio. >> a boy who he saved two decades ago tracked him down. take a look. >> you remember me from 1997? >> sir, no i can't. >> you pulled me out of a swimming pool. [laughter] >> oh, wow. wow. >> because of you, i'm still here. because of you this 5-year-old little girl is here beginning but he said do you remember in 1997 when you pull need from a pool, saved my life? chris jones is 24 years old and has a 5-year-old girl of his own and said she wouldn't be here and i wouldn't be here. >> i want to know how they set that up. clearly, the police officer didn't know. >> lisa and i will be back here
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hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. breaking news at 5:30, boston police say that an off- duty officer did nothing wrong from the videotaped arrest from last may. the man who posted this video said that the officer threw
to the ground but an internal investigation showed other video showing that the man tripped and the officer did not use excessive force. and breaking news out of foxborough where the patriots say that jimmy garoppolo had limited participation in practice today. bill belichick said she could be a game time decision for thursday night's matchup against the houston texans. good evening. i'm liam martin. >> and i'm paula ebben. police protecting themselves. >> with the changing times, it's necessary report requirement officers are asking one town for protection. >> they are building a fence around the area to keep outsiders out. >> a security gate here that opens and closes. >> reporter: south bridge police chief shane wilson has a vision of a safer police parking lot, soon to be