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vernight fishing trip with his mother in their boat called the chicken pox. sunday, two days after the coast guard called off the search, a freighter crew found nathan off the coast of martha's vineyard. he had food and water and said his >> reporter: nathan carman, who has asperger's syndrome, has gone missing before. in 2011, he disappeared despondent over the death of his horse and resurfaces in virginia. three years ago, the family
shot to death in his connecticut home. and that case was ruled a homicide, still unsolved. authorities took a sim card and a letter from carman's home and authorities in south kingston, rhode island where the trip began, are now investigating the circumstances around the mystery. christina hager, wbc news. >> thank in court documents released today, a witness said that an suv was traveling extremely fast in the middle of the roadway, 70 to 80 miles per hour and the witness heard a, quote, wind sound as the vehicle passed her. the documents show that the restaurant involved's pizza ovens moved 3 to 4 feet after
to two counts of motor vehicle homicide. the judge allowed some of the details to remain blocked from public view. a convicted killer denied patrol for a third time. rod matthews will spend at least the next 5 years in jail. 30 years old he killed his classmate when both were 14 years old. series with the yankees. >> and steve burton, this was a good day at practice. >> reporter: lisa, it was a great day at practice. we still don't know who the starting problem will be when they take on the bills, the pats but each were in good spirits. jimmy garoppolo suffered a shoulder injury two sundays ago and brissett hurt his thumb but both were giving a thumbs up
have a chance to clinch the al east division crown. dan roche is live. >> reporter: it would be nice for many, many reasons, obviously going back to the playoffs after two last-place finishes and capping off the career of david ortiz. we all know. we followed it all year long. he spoke with the media getting ready for his final game at yankee stadium and was asked if he is fe >> it's hard to play baseball when you are 40. not going to lie to you. particularly you are looking everywhere and everybody is 20. you could be their dad, you know, when you look around baseball. they are 20. serving moving fast. >> reporter: ortiz was asked about the possibility of everyone at yankee stadium getting up and mooning him [laughter]
sure i got my cell phone in my back pocket. [laughter] >> reporter: as for ortiz's favorite memory of the rivalry? >> you know, it changed the whole thing, the history, the -- all the years new england fans have been waiting for us to win the world-series. it kind of, you know, a good changed everything from there on out. back to you from yankee stadium. but i remember in '03 after they lost to the aaron boone homerun, everybody, david ortiz, on the floor, just dead silence until tim wakefield got up to talk. and that was a special highlight for david ortiz and everybody in new england.
thank you, dan. campaign 2016, with their first debate behind them, hillary clinton and donald trump working hard, clinton in north carolina and trump in florida. massachusetts may not be a swing state but a new poll has some telling findings about the task they face to try and win over skepticle voters. jon keller here with us now, and, jon, seems like trust is in short supply for >> reporter: david, is it ever. yesterday, we told you how the wbz-u-mass a.m. best poll has clinton with a surprising lead over trump but pollsters asked voters to share the first word that comes to mind when they hear the candidates' viewing. this is suitable for family viewing. you can see the extent of the
after morning -- more than a year of campaigning, trump's brand is filled with harsh adjectives. but clinton's brand has terrible problems as well. look how many people hear clinton's name and think liar. throw in untrustworthy, disrupt, criminal and dishonest and positives like strong experience struggle for traction. now, does that mean trump can win in massachusetts? i doubt it. but you never know. but certainly to the extend these reactions are reflected across the country. you can see the extent of the problem and why these two have the worst negative ratings we have ever seen. >> you have covered other
happy with their candidate? >> reporter: no question about it but nothing like this. a common refrain i hear from people on both sides of the race is if only we had nominated, fill in the blank. they would be up 10 points. sorry. this is reality. this is who you got. 42 days i believe, to go, to the big moment. >> fill in the blank. "fill"is a popular guy. thank you so much, second of three debates in st. louis october 9 and you can watch it right here. lisa? david, coming up, a violent arrest caught on camera. a new development in a story you saw unfold here live. and alarming ads targeting women in a local college town. >> and legendary dr. patch adams visits and offers words
a truck caught fire under power lines this afternoon and some people in the area wound up losing electricity. we have learned that a worker was on the train tracks when he backed into a telephone pole. the worker is okay tonight. and most of the power has been lingering outages. a grand jury has indicted a massachusetts state trooper after a high-speed chase and violent arrest. >> joseph flynn is facing assault charges. flynn and andrew monaco were caught on camera as you can see, hitting and kicking a man after a police case that went on for an hour. monaco has already pleaded
faces attempted murder and other charged. his 18-year-old victim is recovering. disturbing flyers are making rounds in a local college town. >> the ads i that men, referred to as shog as daddys, will use money to take care of younger ladies. >> the first time i read it, it was disgusting and disturbing. >> reporter: it's not your typical it reads sugardaddyforme.com. and it solicits young women to connect with a complete strange or line and are popping up all over the university of new hampshire's business area. >> who you think you are talking to online may not be who you really think you are talking to. >> reporter: the flyer seeks attractive young women, 18 to 25 and encourage women to create an account online and in exchange, they will get menner toship and cash to pay for
are concerned that's not all. >> there are innuendos and expectation that is transcend dinner. >> i would think that the guys don't have good intentions. >> reporter: richard namey was one of the first to see the ad and reported it to police. >> i think it's a way to take advantage of young people and i don't think it's the right thing. >> reporter: officials say it's not illegal but is very dangerous and co sexual conotations attached to it and could be difficult to get out of. >> my worry might be the younger age group, less savvy how to be online. >> extremely dangerous. i don't know why anyone would get into it. >> reporter: most businesses have removed the flyers from their windows. officialssay no incidents have been reported with this. paul burton, wbz news. let's talk about the
it's gray and some people feel it's crummy. >> i feel the same way. a colleague was getting coffee and i was like this is going to be a terrific walk. it sure is. it was nice and mild and certainly we had rain putting people in better spirits but decent rainfall showers and the highest total towards the cape and the island. and nantucket picked up .75". boston below 2" on days, days with a trace but we haven't had the big rain event in the city. we have seen the clearing from the west and sunset alert issued tonight. we could have another beautiful sunset across the area but we are watching changes. this is going to be the main weather feature for the rest of the week, a big area of low pressure that will cut off from the jet stream and block everything up. similar weather with days on end. temperatures with the sun
the low 70s. and we'll fall back into the mid-50s overnight and low clouds will return overnight and spotty areas of drizzle will form and winds turning to the north and east and brings in atlantic moisture. the next couple days, mostly cloudy skies, not expecting a lot of significant rain wednesday or thursday and the farther north you go over the next couple days, the brighter the skies will central new hampshire, maine, northern new hampshire, vermont, more sunshine although we'll mainly be in the clouds here for the next couple days. tomorrow, winds off the water and we'll be in the upper 50s to low 60s, so a cool day and the winds will be stronger, 10 to 20 miles per hour from the northeast and gusts at the coast could be up to 30 miles per hour and add an extra chill to the air with the same thing
fortunately, tides are low. not expecting coastal flooding. and atlantic ocean is the ultimate temperature equalizer. we'll have pretty much the same tie temp every day through sunday, many towns not change anything more than 8 degrees through sunday, kind of a seattle weather pattern. then a chance of actual rain and a chance to put a dent in the drought. friday, a good chance of showers moving through and saturda showers moving through. and a couple of lingering showers on sunday but it does not look like a washout. so a little drizzle for the next couple and friday, heavy showers and saturday brings the overall highest chance to see the beneficial rain and i want to talk about the tropics. it's an interest of interest, not a tropical depression yesterday, high confidence in the forecast due west in the next 5 days and bet it south of
weekend. and if it came toward us, it wouldn't be until columbus day weekend, so we have a long time to watch that system. a lot of cool air and david and lisa are on board with it and i'm on board with it. >> we're all on board with it. the red sox have won three world series. >> but only won the it's a big deal to do so. steve burton is here. we'll see. >> let's not get ahead of ourselves. we don't want to jinx the team. we love magic numbers and for the sox fans it's down to 1. if they beat the yankees in the bronx or if the jays lose to the orioles, they could be the division champs. how does that sound? you can thank the yankees. they rallied for 5 runs in the
night to by the the blue jays 7- 5. for more on the sox, let's go out to the bronx with dan roche. rochey? >> reporter: thank you very much, steve, and this is the last time here for david ortiz in a sox uniform. tonight, it's more about this team. arrived here late sunday night riding an 11-game winning streak. with a victory tonight or a toronto about, the red sox can indeed clinch the american league championship. >> we had i thought was a much- needed off day yesterday and our guys are eager to get out there. >>i think it's in the back of everybody's mind but if we go out and play the way we have been playing, that's not something we have to worry about. there will be a lot of pressure off when it does happen. >> pretty special.
thing, obviously. but you also get other wins along the season. >> more than happy if it happens here, more than happy, and you know, what's next? focus will be able to be on the playoffs. >> reporter: and the one thing here, david ortiz is retiring and a big thing with him to remember he did it in 2013, steve and he can do it again, and big papi has another playoff run in him. back to you. >> rochie, let's hope he does. patriots back on the practice field gearing up for rex. levan reid has more. >> reporter: it's a welcome back. there were two questions for
practice? here is your answer to the question, both jimmy garoppolo and jacoby brissett were present. the cameras were caught off after stretching. players feel that the coaches have been able to get the young players ready to succeed. >> won 3 games so far this year and we have a lot of faith in what the coaches are going to do to get the guys in position to be successful. >> reporter: and time off meant rest and hopefully, the players made the most of it. >> rest is always and get your mind off football. >> reporter: there is no injury report, so for the first time, we'll see how both players participated in practice will be tomorrow. >> all right, levan. great to see the green back in practice and believe it or not, the first pre-season game is from the sixers in a week. >> psyched for that.
the cbs evening news is coming up at 6:30. >> scott pelley joins us live with a preview. scott? >> reporter: lisa, david, great to be you with in boston. following last night's debate, who told the truth most often? who told a lie the most often? we'll do the fact checking. and that and we listen to voters and their reaction to last night's debate. we'll have that and the rest of the world news coming up on the minutes. scott, we'll be watching. thank you. one of the world's great ambassadors of joy is visiting massachusetts. coming up next, what patch
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the candidates go out for a spin. >> did anybody see that debate last night? ( cheers and applause ) >> 80 million people watched. >> pelley: even more than that. >> i think trump did not look crazy or like a madman. i think hillary got some good licks on him. >> pe week after the shooting, the children of charlotte. >> it's a shame that-- our fathers and mothers are killed, and we can't even see them anymore. >> pelley: chris christie is fingered in the bridgegate scandal. and-- >> this is it! we made it! >> pelley:let late night hosts get the final word, and give it to the candidates. >> you were saying, i'm sorry? >> we have to bring back law and