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. right a now at 4:30 a woman shot in weymouth. police say she came at an officer with a knife. why some are questioning the officer's decision to shoot. >> a young man missing at sea for a week is found safe off the massachusetts coast. the latest efforts to get him back to shore. >> and we are in new york counting down to tonight's first presidential debate between hillcl donald trump. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill. >> i am chris mckinnon. monday september 26th. let's go over to danielle with a check of the forecast. feels chilly. >> it's more than chilly. pretty cold. >> we have frost advisories in effect chris and kate. absolutely they are up until 8 a.m. they don't include all of
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into central massachusetts and a couple spots in southeastern massachusetts away from the immediate coastline. frost advisories in effect. temperatures really depend where you are. 50 in boston but look at taunton. 33 degrees right now. concord new hampshire at 35. and manchester is 43 and upper 30s in bedford and norwood at 33 too. so anywhere we are at or below let's say 35, 36 some scattered frost out there this morning. hopefully you brought in the plants to protect them. satellite and radar is quiet. we are in for a beautiful day today. the crisp fall feel plenty sunshine out of the gate. rise at 6:36. we rise out of the 50s into the low 60s by midday. sunny and cool. nice dry air in place and a few clouds for the ride home with the sunset at 6:33. enjoy the sunshine the rest of the week unsettled. we will break it down coming
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o'neill tunnel. the two left lanes of 93 northbound are closed. there is some slow and go traffic from exit 20 through thetunnel. more construction up north on 495 and andover. this is northbound lanes at exit 41. and route 28. no traffic from that just yetchris. >> thanks. one person rushed to the hospital after a stabbing on dorchester avenue. this happened around 2:30 this morning. police were searching the area overnight. no word emergency officials say the victim was taken to a boston hospital. a officer-involved shootingunder investigation in weymouth a woman came towards a officeer with knife. officer says she refused his officers to drop the weapon. >> some people in the neighborhood question the officer's deis significance a shoot. jim smith has reaction -- officers decision to shoot. jim smith has reaction. [audio not understandable] >> shots fired. >> reporter: a weymouth police
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suspect investigators say had a knife in her hand. the 46-year-old woman was hit in the stomach area by a shot. >> i came running out and i am like i seen her and she was on the ground her shirt was ripped opened and she had blood all right here. the bullet went in somewhere around here and then it went out the back. >> reporter: police say they got a 911 call from the woman's mother saying her daughter was trying to kill herself with a large knife. in a statement weymouth police said the officer was forced to back away towards the brandishing the knife ignoring his orders to drop the knife. but neighbors have hard questions. >> i just don't understand why it couldn't be diffused and i am emotional because i don't think she should have got shot but i am not in his shoes. >> reporter: this shooting saturday a time when police are under scrutiny in other fatal shooting incidents. one neighbor who didn't want his face shown is outraged. >> i would be in jail right now with cuffs i wouldn't be where
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home or at the police station getting sure he might feel bad that is too bad he should feel bad it's amazing she didn't killed. >> reporter: the family believesthe woman will survive but they said the gunshot wound did do damage to some internal organs and she is at south shore hospital facing charges i've salt with a dangerous weapon. in weymouth jim smith wbz this morning. >> there's an deadly police-involved shooting in new ham -- new hampshire. cody lafont was shot before 5 yesterday morning. when officers responded to a call at a home in clairemont. they are investigating the circumstance that led up to the shooting. an a to sigh will be -- autopsy will be performed today to determine the cause of death. grief counselors will be at school following the death of a
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they haven't released the names of the boy or driver but say this appears to be a terrible accident acording to the worcester tell dram he was a kind he garden student. grief counselors will be at his school and another school where his older siblings go to school. a man missing at sea is on his way back. a crew of a freighter found nathan carman 100 miles off martha vineyard's he s he and his mother went fishing off block island previous weekend but never returned. the coast guard suspended the search for them on friday. nathan is expected to arrive onshore tomorrow. campaign 2016 now. the stage is set for the first presidential debate in new york. tonight's showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump could draw the largest television audience for a debate ever. >> both have been busy preparing for this one.
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hofstra university. >> reporter: a newarkton post abc news poll has hillary clinton and donald trump in a dead heat heading into tonight's debate. >> experts say the outspokenrerepublican will have to demonstrate policy expertise. >> best lines of attacks anything that accent waits trustworthiness and global disorder. >> reporter: democratic candidate clinton will need to overcome trust questions. >> overwhelming number of american people think the country is headed in the wrong direction so there's a huge disadvantage. >> reporter: that hasn't each other before taking the stage here at hofstra university. clinton is putting trump critic mark cuban in the front row and trump threatened to bring gennifer flowers who said she had an affair with chill continue to but the trump camp says she won't be there. but the issues will be on national security economic growth and the country's he direction. vice prez presidential candidates spent sunday talking about the best scenarios for the running mates at the
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moderators will facilitate that. >> you will see him have to get into specifics and hillary too fair is fare. you have to hold them to an even standard but we are going to see who can answer the specific questions. >> reporter: the buildup to the 90 minute debate could mean more viewers than carter versus reagan in 1980. with clinton and trump close to each other on the debate stage and ready to rumble. jammy yuccas c -- jamie yuccas cbs news. >> that debate will last 90 minutes with watch it live at 9 on wbz and fresh off the debate hillary clinton will head to new england appearing with bernie sanders at u and h wednesday afternoon. the pair plan to address student debt and college affordable. and mike pence will be in new hampshire today. the indiana governor will hold a rally in millford at 1:30. the rally is at the town's auditorium. new hampshire is a key bat he ground state despite offering 4
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of golfing legend arnold palmer. he was known as the king. palmer won 62pga titles and 7 major championships including 4 masters e was a trailblazer in sports marketing paving the way for other athletes to reap millions in endorsement deals. he died in pittsburgh yesterday of complications from heart problems. he was 87 years and fellow golfer jack nicholas posted several photos with palmer saying bewere great competitors who loved competing against each other but were always great friends along the way. arnold always had my back and i had his. we were always there for each other and that never change he was the king of our sport and always will be. and president obama tweeted this picture of palmer saying here's to the king who was an extraordinary on the links as he was generous to others.
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4:38. coming up on wbz this morning, changes could be coming to boston schools. >> proposal for a major shakeup to the grade levels. >> and uber is taking new steps to protect passengers. details on the latest security feature. >> and the happy meal getting a makeover that is morning friendly. we have details in money watch
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boston considering doing eye way with middle school as the -- doing away with middle school. according to the globe the superintendent chan has been -- chang has been scugging-- discussing the plan it would propose schools from kinder guarden to 6th grade and high school would begin at 7th grade. exam schools which begin at 7th gr in the middle school grades to expanding charter schools. in today's money watch, snapchat introducing a new product and name. mcdonald's marketing happy meals for breakfast. >> and uber working to make passengers feel safer. happy monday jill. >> reporter: happy monday. good morning. iewber is rolled out a new -- uber rolled out a new security feature that drivers confirm
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each shift. they say it's good for drivers to prevent fraud and passengers because it means the driver you call is the one who will show up. not someone using another driver's credentials. snapchat introduces the first har ware glasses that -- hardware glass that is record -- glasses that record and can be uploaded. the company is changing the name to simply sn it has more than one product. and mcdonald's is testing kids happy meals for breakfast in oklahoma. they will come with either two mcgridels or a egg and cheese mcmuffin without bacon or but ther in the meals. if it launches nationally it will be the first change to the happy meal in more than 30 years. and chris, i believe it's your birthday today so happy birthday. >> thank you jill i appreciate that. >> he is he is waiting for your present to come in jill we are
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will arrive. >> reporter: keep checking. >> okay. thank you. appreciate it. i wonder what she got you because there's so many things she could get you. >> a long list. >> a long list. >> hopefully the tesla. >> birthday boy danielle is getting a chilly start to his day. it's cold out there. >> when you are over the hill it's one of those-- i am just kidding. >> also, danielle was very specific when fall started last week so my birthday is not until 1:36 this afternoon so >> i can't say happy birthday to you yet you are not the dirty 30 yet. >> dirty 30. >> no. >> oh chris. whether to watch happy birthday. we wish you a little happy birthday. chilly start areas of rain tonight a wet morning commute tomorrow and areas of rain push through and wrap up tomorrow afternoon. but it looks unsettled for a lot of the rest of the week. with periods of clouds and
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be limited the rest of the week. 50 in boston is the mild spot. same in chatham at 50. but we have got 40s and 30s on the map this morning and 30s are widespread in spots. 31 in plymouth new hampshire with a hard freeze going on. sanford maine at 32. mid-30sin concord new hampshire. 33 in norwood right now. same in taunton. so some patchy areas of frost likely in the spots that dipped down at or below the mid-30s. 40 on the vineyard. 50 on nantucket and most satellite and radar is quiet but as you zoom out we run into clouds. and then you run into showers. so this is is the band of rain that is -- this is the band of rain pushing through the great lakes that's going to cross the region tomorrow. before that aid crisp day today. temperatures -- it's a crisp day today. a little below average. clouds will come in overnight tonight. and rain will arrive after midnight. overnight lows drop back into the 50s.
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here's timeline of the rain after midnight the clouds thicken up and it's predawn late overnight that pockets of rain arrive. 3, 4 a.m. from west to east and a band of rain into tomorrow morning. wet for the morning commute. 7 a.m. pockets of rain couple downpours south of the pike. and by 9:30 we start to dry out north and west of town. and still showers and downpours from the south shore back down to cape cod pushing off the outer cape by the time we get toarly afternoon. and then --ly early afternoon and partial clearing. high temperatures will come up into the 70s tomorrow. with the southerly wind in the morning that shifts around and watch what happens on wednesday. this next area of low pressure goes by brings a wind off the ocean so clouds fill in along with showers and pockets of drizzle on wednesday. and periods of rain are likely to linger into the end of the week. cool temperatures too. so tomorrow is the warmest in the 7-p day and areas of -- 7-
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temperatures in the mid-60s. >> reporter: construction will slow you down two left lanes of 39 northbound incede o'neill tunnel is clough and -- closed and slow and go from exit 20 through the mass pike so it's slow and go on 128 construction between exits 30 and 29 that closed down two lanes. you can see that block of red there's stop and go traffic to exit 31. an emotional day in medford as a park dedicated victims and survivors of the marathon bombings opened to the public. >> it's the cystal came -- krystal campbell garden. >> peace is for everyone. >> reporter: it's remarkable oasis a place of peace the krystal campbell peace guard ann tribute to a young woman who gave so much of herself. >> the celebration of her life continues.
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after the medford high school grad who died in the 2013 marathon bombings. it's a tribute to the four people killed in the attacks martin richard lindsey lu sawn collier and krystal and hundreds of survivors and first responders. >> it's going to be a place that brings us together the senior center is next door and they are adopting it as their own. >> it provides a opportunity for our young people to reflect on what's important in life. >> reporter: it's garden of sun flowers and flowin feature. flaks -- plaques with the names are embedded in bronze and surrounded bywords that define them courage strength dignity and honor inspired by a woman who stood for this and more. >> whose love reached beyond her short time on earth and gathers us today. >> reporter: her parents visited it last week with lisa hughes on sunday they were on hand for the unveiling of the haven in the center of downtown
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well as it did. >> reporter: it took 1.5 million to build and maintain but the impact will last forever. >> it's part of the healing process, but also as a memorial to spread peace on the earth. paul burton wbz news. >> also a race to remember a win chitter man killed in the benghazi attacks. >> 1200 people took pard the run. 5 and 10k events were held. former navy seal was working to protect american diplomatic mission in libya in 2012 when it was stormed by rebels. >> glen was about bringing amazing people together and for a great cause and that's what we are doing and having a good time doing it. >> this is the fourth year the again doughtery foundation held the -- glen doughtery foundation held the run it helps service members transition into civilian life.
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dogs in training. they were given free rides on duck boats. all in an effort to support needs which is an organization that pairs the disabled with service dogs. >> no word if they were told to quack. ahead did someone target an elementary school playground. >> the investigation underway this morning after two fires damaged playground equipment. >> and police investigating a late night fight where 7 people were stabbed. one in eight women will face breast cancer.
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e rang at 5am, i knew it was about mom. i see how hard it's been on her at work and i want to help. for the 5 million americans living with alzheimer's, and millions more who feel its effects. let's walk together to make an even bigger impact and end alzheimer's for good. find your walk near you at i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, chools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
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7 people are recovering this morning after being stabbed in a late night brawl. two of the victims were stabbed in the neck. the fight happened near a bus stop in treemont street in boston theater district. several clubs were early sunday morning when witnesses say between 20 and 30 people started to fight. a tufts parking garage worker saw the whole thing. >> you see fights with the nightclubs but that was pretty wild. it was crazy. there was yelling and i couldn't make out anything. you know. couldn't even tell who was fighting who really. it was just gigantic mess. >> the victims were taken to area hospitals all are expected to survive. so far, police have not made any arrests. a house fire in greenfield
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little boy and employee of the state police. when fire crews arrived sunday morning the home was engulfed in flames. brian tower who worked for the state police for 28 years was one of the victims. his wife and her son and their 5-year-old grandson also died in that early morning fire. a. an apparent arson investigation at a canton school playground. two small fires at kennedy elementary school sunday morning appeared to have been intentionally set. they are ch danger to the students anyone with information should call canton police. the suspect in a deadly mall shooting in washington state will make the first court appearance today. arcan cetin was arrested after a nearly 24 hour manhunt. police say the 20-year-old armed with a rifle opened fire at a macy's makeup counter on friday killing 5 people. the victims one man and four women including a 16-year-old
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the city's mayor lifting the curfew after protests this weekend remained peaceful. the national guard is still stationed in that city. the sweek end police re-- this weekend police released body and dash cam of the shooting. the death sparked protest last week. tonight the miami marlins will take the field playing in honor of their star pitcher jose fernandez who was killed in boating crash on sunday. he and two of his friends were killed when their boat slammed into a jetty f police are investigating and say speed appears to be a factor in the crash. the team canceled the game on sunday teammates and fans gathered to remember the 24- year-old. david ortiz was a friend of fernandez and reportedly asked the tampa bay rays not to celebrate him but to honor fernandez ortiz emotional during the moment of silence there. he tweeted out i don't have the words to describe the pain i feel for the loss of my friend jose. good-bye my friend.
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but a player is set to undergo surgery today. team says he torn ligaments in the left foot while training and will have surgery today and recovery time could be up to 3 months. he was from east long meadow massachusetts-appeared in 39 games with the bruins last season recording 8 goals and 3 assists. >> hope he gets back on the ice quickly. up next, one local zoo knows how to draw a crowd.
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flower watch at franklin park zoo a corpse flower is toteto bloom. it stands at 54 1/4 inches tall. >> it blooms every couple years and stays open for a day and gets the name because of the bad smell it gives off i think you should go over there today and report to us what it smells like tomorrow. >> i might die. >> so gross. >> from the smell. >> so gross. your top stories weather and traffic straight ahead. >> the news at 5 starts now. right now at 5, missing at sea for a week. a boater is found and rescuedbut a mystery continues. >> an officer shoots a woman in weymouth. why police say the shooting was justified. >> and the presidential debate
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what to expect when hillary clinton and donald trump face- off tonight. good morning it's 5:00 and we appreciate you being with us i am chris mckin canon. >> i am kate merrill monday september 26th. let's check forecast with danielle niles on this monday and the kids will need a coat this morning. >> do not fight the parents on that this morning. it is a chilly start and we have a frost advisory up until includes most of western central massachusetts back down to some of the suburbs just outside of the coastline in southeastern massachusetts as well. temperatures are in the 30s in spots. 49 now in boston and we are in the mid-30sin concord and 32 in plymouth. 36 in nashua. norwood and taunton at 32. upper 30s from falmouth to new bedford. 40s and 50s in the mid and outer cape so a chilly start a


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