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his mother is still missing. plus his connection to a connecticut murder. >> and breaking overnight a deadly crash in east boston blocking part of a busy road. we will have the latest. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders returning to new hampshire. plus the new endorsement clinton is picking up from a republican leader. live from the channel 4 studios in boston this is wbz this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am chris mckinnon. >> wednesday september 28th. we are getting to the end of the month danielle and weather is changing a little bit. >> it is. so the next several days kate and chris is going to be unsettled and bloomy stretch here setting up across -- gloomy stretch here setting up across new england. the number may go down through the afternoon. upper 50s laconia and concord. 50 in plymouth new hampshire. low 60s taunton to plymouth and a little cooler through the interior. worcester at 56. upper 40s in keene.
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65 from the shout shore to the cape and islands -- to the south shore and cape and island. visibility is fine for most of us but thinking fog quarter mile visibility at the worcester airport and patches of fog around at times today. some low clouds in place too. see it filled in overnight. we may get a shower or nan -- on nantucket but otherwise a lot of the day will be dry an isolated shower or two but temperatures only in the upper oohs -- 50s right on through the overcast and a -- afternoon. a few patches of drizzle. >> reporter: a deadly crash in east boston. one person was killed when carran off the road at route 1a at curtis street around 2:30. part of route 1a was closed overnight as police investigated. and the main thing to be on the look out for is construction crews inside the o'neill tunnel and lane closures in both directions. northbound the two left lanes
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we have more construction on 128 in needham and wellesley. crews are working in both directions. construction is set to wrap up any minute at both of those sites. chris and kate. >> thank you. new twist in the mystery at sea. investigators are going through items taken from the home of nathan carman the young man seen here arriving in boston after he was rescuedoff off the massachusetts coast. he returned to his vermont hoed home yesterday. >> and his mother is still miin nicole jacobs is live with the latest for us. nicole. >> reporter: chris this search warrant affidavit is giving us a little bit of insight into the direction this investigation is taking specifically with regards to the location of that planned fishing trip and whether or not that may have contributed to his mother's presumptive death. 22-year-old nathan carman is safe at home after arriving at a coast guard base in boston tuesday.
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sea that left his 54-year-old mother linda carman presumed dead. >> i thought he said the canyons which are around off black island. >> reporter: mike spoke with nathan just before he and his mother left point judith rhode island for what was supposed to be a overnight fishing trip. >> i didn't see any fishing poles. i didn't see him with food. >> reporter: but in his own words, nathan told coast guard officials sunday. >> i was my mom bringing the reel and i got forward and. [audio not understandable] >> reporter: he was discovered off waters of martha's vibe yard -- vineyard on a raft after he said the boat the chicken pox took on water. >> i saw the life raft i didn't see my mom. have you found her. >> reporter: her mother has not been found?
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forhis vermont home produced a modem and sim card and different intentions for mom and son she thought it would be 20 miles offshore and he 100 miles out. investigators are also looking into claims of whether or not the boat might have had some engine issues which is reportedly that nathan tried to fix those engine issues himself. that's also information we are learning from live in vernon vermont. >> we learned police considered carman a suspect in his grandfather's murder. the 87-year-old was killed three years ago in windsor connecticut. a source confirms to the sister station that nathan carman was once the primary person of interest in that murder. according to court documents, windsor police submitted an arrest warrant for her oil-- him on a murder charge returned
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search warrant named him as the last known perto -- person to see his grandfather alive. an unarmed black man shot by police in san diego in a suburb has died. police in he will cay hon released this -- el cajon released this image showing the man moments before he was shot. police say he pointed an object in shooting stance at two officers. that object turned out not to be a weapon but police still have not said exactly what that object was. they say they first tried to subdue the man with a stun gun and police were initially called out because the acting eradically. the shooting drew protests overnight. 5:05. tributes are pouring in for former israeli leader shimon peres the one time president and prime minister died last night two weeks after suffering a stroke. he earned a noble peace prize for the role in peace talks with palestinians and president obama said, a light has gone out but the hope he gave us will burn forever. according to israel's foreign minister, president obama will attend the funeral on friday
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and hillary clinton. peres was 93 years old. to campaign 2016 bernie sanders will join hillary clinton at u and h as clinton gets new endorsement from a prom innocent republican. former virginia senator john warner will campaign with clinton's running maim tim -- mate tim kaine and donald trump will be in illinois iowa and wisconsin of the both candidates claimed victory and cbs hena daniels has more. >> reporter: donald trump is back on the campaign talking about monday night's record setting presidential debate against rival hillary clinton. >> she was talking about what she is going to do to get rid of isis. what she was going to do on child care. what she was going to do on all these different things and i kept saying, for 26 years you have been doing nothing. nothing. >> reporter: the republican nominee touted his post debate fund raising haul of 18 million dollars before the crowd.
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former miss universe. earlier in the day he defended comments he made about machado's weight in the past. he. >> he called this woman miss piggy. >> reporter: after clinton brought her up during the debate. >> she came to -- gained a massive amount of weight and it was realia real problem. >> we can -- it was a real problem. >> we can't accept more insults for my latin community. no more. >> reporter: clinton took a victory lap through raleigh north carolina yesterday. er again for not releasing his tax returns. >> he actually bragged about gaming the system to get out of paying his fair share of taxes if not paying taxes makes him smart, what does that make the rest of us. >> reporter: trump is promising to hit clinton harder in the next debate. which takes place in less than two weeks.
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>> clinton and trump meet in the second of three debates sunday night october 9th at washington university in st. louis and you can watch it live on wbz. coming up at 6, we are reveg the results of the -- revealing theresults on the poll of question 4 are bay stay residents ready to legalize marijuana. jon keller will release the numbers live in studio. a suspected drug lag inside a new hotel in the providence water front and this morning police are searching for four hotel staff called 911 when smoke started to come from a room on the third floor yesterday. when firefighters arrived, the toxin sentencers started to go off -- sensors started to go off. hotel was evacuated. investigators found a chemical suit and towels and blue dye. dea is take over the investigation. the mother of baby bella will testify against her ex- boyfriend. she and michael mccarthy face
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bella. mght caring -- mccarthy is accused of killing the child the girl's mother is accused of helping to cover up the crime. her attorneys tell the post she is desperate for the opportunity to testify against mccarthy. the faa is investigating a helicopter crash in new hampshire. the chopper went down yesterday near rivers edge road in andover. state police say the pilot was the only one on board. the chopper caught fire but the pilot was able to escape. he was taken to the hospital but is expected to boston residents honking mad over an influx of geese. many saying they are messing up city parks. wbz anna meiler is live in boston. one city council says it's time to -- councilor says it is time to take action. >> reporter: there's a growing goose problem that's ruining parks and fields like this one so she plans on taking action at a boston city council meeting later today. these soccer players in
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mess left behind by these guys. >> the ball rolls through it you know. we have to fight through the pooh. >> you have to watch off -- wash off the cleats and your mom is not too happy. >> reporter: mom is not the only one unhappy. >> it becomes a public health issues. >> reporter: boston city counselor says it's time for something to be done about the geese that can could be soup up to 4 pounds of grass a day and produce as much as 3 pounds of fecal matter's day and they are territorial nature is also a concern in it really affects our ability to fully enjoy our parks and whether it's me with my four kids or those visiting the city of boston, we shut them out of the most beautiful places across the city. >> reporter: on wednesday, she is calling on the boston city council to hold a hearing to discuss ways to cut down on the number of geese in boston. methods used elsewhere including border colies pyro techniques or deactivating the eggs. >> i want to hear from the
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financial implications. >> reporter: some of the soccer players say they hope to see less geese on the field soon. >> there's goose poop around and we smell it too. >> reporter: if approve the city council will hold a public hearing so residents can give their input as well. reporting live, anna meiler wbz this morning. >> thanks very much. 5:11. coming up an incredible journey. >> how a dog from florida ended up in massachusetts and a closer look how he is getting back home. >> plus, living on put people on mars and the warning he is giving. good morning danielle. >> good morning. check out the hour by hour. 60 degrees this morning. and we actually fall and whoever around -- hover around 58 or 59 this afternoon. overcast skies and patchy fog and drizzle today. this is just the start of a very unsettled stretch. i will particular you through the -- take you through the hour by hour timeline when we
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care.
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a dog is back home after an amazing journey from florida to massachusetts. they found apollo running loose and a check of the microchip traced it back to jacksonville florida. >> his owner was overjoyed to get the call but didn't have the the money to get him home and east coast paws will transporthim back to the sunshine state. >> i was shocked.
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idea he would ever be up that far away from home. >> he did everything right. she had her pet microchipped and kept the information current. and that's why she got her dog back. >> apollo was gone for a month and lost weight and other than that, he in good shape yeah he lost weight. 1100 moils that's a long walk to burn off calories. >> and after a bath he looks pretty good. >> it's amazing to me that the pets can make it at life of pets is that what it's called. >> yeah. it's cute and i bet he was seen with his pals. so we are setting up a really gloomy stretch the next several days. it's not going to be that nice. clouds and temperatures fall during the day today and there will be a shower or two but today and tomorrow really i think will be mainly dry in a lot of spots. stuck in the clouds the rest of the week. periods of showers and drizzle. but we need a soaking rain for
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the cards. some steadier rain may come into the mix by saturday and we are keeping close eye on the tropics that's likely to be matthew later today or tomorrow is way near the lesser antillies but it's cloudy start to the day. temperatures right now in boston 61. dew points in the 50s. and the wind is out of the northeast at 15 miles per hour. that onshore flow is going to be with us for the next several days in a row. 59 in manchester. currently 56 in worcester and well north and west of of boston around -- west of boston. wait these are the high temperatures. okay. afternoon temperatures will be right around 60. that's it. so what you see is what you get out there. we're not going to be rebounding at all. in fact the temperatures may slowly fall by a couple degrees this afternoon. there's not a lot of green on the map. there's rain south and east of nantucket we may get clipped with the shower or two. and a little break in the action back to the west and the big upper-level low i told you
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and that will bring periods of unsettled weather to parts of the ohio valley and great lakes for us we are stuck in the pattern. we will lock in the moisture today and clouds nats little bit of light green showing up sothere may be an isolated shower or two but a lot of the day is going to be spent dry. worth having the umbrella on stand by but there's not a ton of action today. maybe a patchy area of drizzle or two especially at the coastline and overnight tonight the clouds will be persistent patchy drizzle and fog lows dropping back into onshore wind continues and wash rinse and repeat tomorrow. barely a change. 55 to 60. the onshore wind. shower activity tomorrow is limited as well. we may get a few patches of drizzle and late in the day partially clear out before the clouds fill back in on friday. and it looks like any steadier wet weather may hold off to the south and west and eventually work up here on saturday. tropics right now right so this is not a named store but
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out near parts of the lesser antillies we will see if it bams tropical depresidential. signs are there -- becomes atropical depression. signs are there it may. steady as she goes upper he 350s to -- 50s to -- upper 50s to low 60s. >> reporter: construction on 128 in needham and wellesley has wrapped up. so some good news. no issues for the morning commute and looks like construction insi tunnel is underway. there -- o'neill tunnel is underway. exit 24 closed southbound through the tunnel. that construction is exspctded -- expected to wrap up soon so it doesn't interfere with rush hour. traffic is moving at a good pace on the expressway. it is just starting to to be slow and -- starting to be slow and go. the man behind paysx and tesla wants to send people -- spacex and tesla wants to send people to live on mars.
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unmanned trip to mars by 2018 and sen the first humans there -- send the first humans there in 2024 but has a warning for anyone thinking about volunteering. >> i think the first journey will be very dangerous. the risk of fatality will be high. there's no way around it. >> >> reporter: as for the cost it would be about 200,000 dollars a person. 200,000 dollars and you will probably die what >> if it's nice ride in a tesla rocket it would be okay. thanks. cranberries may be a fall staple especially around thanksgiving but this is not a good time to be a cranberry farmer w harvesting season getting underway right now. farmers say surplus is driving crop values down but costs are up. making the situation even worse. the summer's drought is making it harder for growers to flood the bogs. a boil water order is in effect in hamilton.
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today. officials conducted a second round of tests to make sure the water is not contaminated. the results are due back sometime today. after months of bitter battles the aquarium could be teaming up with a developer to create a new park along boston's water front. the proposed blue way includes a park that would stretch all the way from the rose kennedy greenway but that project would a need support from the developer who owns the boston harbor garage and is seek approval to build a 600 foot tower the aquarium tells wbz it would support a building that was appropriate sized but didn't offer any other specifics. the proposal includes an expansion inside the aquarium. up next, the pats getting ready for the bills. >> both jimmy g and jacoby brissett on the practice field. >> red sox hoping to clinch a division in the bronx and came down to a final at bat with big papi.
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special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe.
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2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. wbz sports is driven by bmw. test drive a bmw today at your massachusetts bmw center. or visit us at the bmw mass.com. >> questions over who starts at quarterback for the patriots noon bad news for sox and bronx. steve burton has it all. >> good morning. no champagne last night. all the sox had to do to clinch the division was beat yankees in the bronx or toronto had to
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neither happened. right from jump treat price didn't have it. bot -- street price didn't have it. sanchez belts the 20th long ball and it's 2-0 bombers. to the top of the 7th. 4-2 new york. solo shot to left was first ever pitch hit home run now 4-3 yankees. and later in the inning with bradley junior junior ii on second and we tied it up. and the bottom of the 7th and it cost. lefty giving up the third home run of the night a2-run shot by austin and just like that yankees back on top 6-4. and same score top of the 9th two on and to two out for ortiz but no magic from big papi he goes down swinging to end it and that's it 11-game swining
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streak snapped. patriots are on the practice field gearing up for sunday's matchup with the bills. and here was a good sign. both garoppolo and brissett back on the practice field. and they seem to be having a good time. brissett's thumb was wrapped up but he gave us a thumbs up anyway. we have no idea who will be the starter on sunday. now for a preview of pats and bills check out participates rots all access friday night at 7 on wbz. starting with kick off at one. followed by 5th quarter post game show. we have got you covered from start to finish. that's sports for now i am steve burton guys over to you. in the next half-hour disturbing flyers making the round at a local -- rounds at a local college town. >> who they are targeting and why it has people worried. >> these are jon keller the best of times the worst of times or something in between? why that question is crucial to the election outcome when wbz
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>> you want to be dressing the kids for fall today. temperatures will only be in the upper 50s for many of us a lot of clouds and i think outdoor recess will be okay. spotty showers today will be generally light and not all that widespread. we stay unsettled through the start of the weekend and we will breakdown the details. stay with us.
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right now at 5:30 a twist in a mystery at sea. investigatorser is. home of a rescued boater as his mother remains missing. plus his connection to a cold case in connecticut. >> and breaking overnight new
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involved shooting in california. the new image showing the man moments before he was shot. >> and controversial ads spotted at local university. how they are targeting young women. >> 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. wednesday september 28th and we are dealing with some more dreary weather. >> danielle. >> the next several days for the next really on through the will be right around 60. we will not rebound that much this afternoon. 61 in boston same in norwood. upper 50s north and wet of town. low to mid-60s on the cape and eye loondz. -- islands. there's a couple showers south and east and we have a good clip with a quick sprinkle but otherwise a lot of the day is going to be spent dry. there may be a few patches of drizzle that develop techly at the coastline and you may want the umbrella on stand by but
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of wet weather. 59 by midday and we are staying steadys she goes through the afternoon. cloudy and cool for the ride home. patchy drieswell temperatures in the -- drizzle with temperatures in the upper 50s and a northeast wind may gust over 20 miles per hour especially at the coastline. we will go through the weekend coming up. let's get you on the roads breana. >> reporter: expressway is bogged down between furnacebrook up to neponset circle. stop and go traffic for ten minutes through the stretch. before you get to the expressway you will hi braintree before the split route 3 north is seeing congestion from the union street exit up to the split as well. >> thanks very much. it's 5:31. checking top stories, a new twist in mystery at sea. investigators are now going through items taken from the home of nathan carman and it comes as we are learning he was once a suspect in his grandfather's murder. carman arrived in boston yesterday after he was rescued off the massachusetts coast.
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home and his mother is still missing and presumed dead. breaking overnight an unarmed black man shot by police in san diego suburb has died. police in el cajon released this image overnight showing a man moments before he was shot. police say he pointed an object in a shooting stance and two officers the object turned out not to be a weapon but police have said that have not said what it is. they say they first tried to subdue the man with a stun gun. a grand jury says there is enough evidenc massachusetts state trooper. joseph flynn faces assault charges after he and a former new hampshire state trooper were caught hitting and kibing a man following a police chase. the former new hampshire trooper pleaded guilty. controversial ads putting a local campus on alert. ads solicit college women to connect with sugar daddies online. officials as the university of new hampshire say the ad is not
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have concerns. the service connects young women to rich older men and there's no confirmation if any student signed up. campaign 2016 now, hillary clinton heading to new hampshire today with an endorsement from a prom innocent republican. former virginia -- prominent republican. former virginia senator john warner will campaign with tim kaine and clinton and bernie sanders will speak at u of h in durham. both candidates continue the push to convince voters they ar >> reporter: good morning. most of us are perfect -- perfectly cable of -- capable of make of our minds of what we see but researchers found a significant number of voters form their post debate opinions for fr what they read see and here others saying about it after the fact. so yesterday, i spent sometime wading through the post debate spin. with heavy boots on.
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from both sides, one remark stood out. house speaker paul ryan said "i saw hillary clinton give a polished well rehearsed defense of the status quo. which 7 out of 10 americans don't like." now the speaker didn't specify but i assume he is referring to the common poll question is the country going in the right direction or is it on the wrong track? of course wrong track is a winner but gauging actual complicated than that. the new wbz umass amherst poll shows more than 6 in 10 believe country is on the wrong track but it's a tie when asked the same question about massachusetts. could it be the right direction wrong track number is like by a we view congress. we hate them all except our own congressman who we almost always reelect. president obama approval rating
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been in positive territory and many economic indicators are on the rise. gas is cheap for most americans life is not as bad as some claim it is. that's the gamble donald trump is making. there's enough discontent to sweep him into office. in 42 days, we will see if his bet pays off. talk back to me by e-mailing us at keller at wbztv.com or use twitter at keller at large. by the way watched the first presidential debate monday night. the second of three debates will be held sunday night october 9th at washington university in st. louis. you can watch it right here live on wbz. jeb bush is heading to harvard. the former republican presidential candidate and former florida governor will be a visiting fellow this fall at the kennedy school and a guest instructor focusing on education issues. this thursday bush will give
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discussing problems with economic and social mobility in the u.s. you might want to think twice before googling your favorite celebrity. >> more fallout for wells fargo how much the ceo has to pay of following a big scandal. >> reporter: and boston city counselor says it's time to do something by mess left behind by geese in parks and field. i will have more on the action she plans on taking coming newspaper good morning. checking in with our-- coming checking in with our weather watchers temperatures steady through the afternoon. temperatures in the upper 50s says ted in billerica. 58 with cloudy skies and a couple patches of drizzle today too but a lot of dry times. i will take you through the hour by hour forecast over the next few days when we come
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welcome back. mgm is moving ahead with construction on the casino in springfield. check out the 205 foot equipment on-site. it's been 30 years since a crane this large has towered over the skyline. the 950 million dollar casino is set to open in fall 2018. a big chicken nugget recallfrom tyson there could be plastic in 5 pound bags of the fully cooked panko chicken nuggets. they are sold at costco across the country. for more information go to cbsboston.com. forget about self-driving
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googeling certain celebrities and ceo of wells fargo is about to lose a big chunk of change. jill wagner is live with these stories this morning. good morning jill. >> reporter: good morning chris and kate. wells fargo board says therg clawing back 40 million of pay and bonus for the ceo. last week he made it -- admitted the bank opened millions of fake and unaugustized customer accounts to meet aggressive sales quot he won't -- a another banker will not get severance. and amy schumer is number one on intell security most dangerous search list. meaning if you search for schumer you get the highest chance of landing on a site that has viruses or malware. justin bieber is second carson daley is third and for those who can't stand waiting in line, check out nissan which is
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the self-driving car technology with the chairs. basically they detect chairs that are in front of them as they move through a line. the bad news for everybody here is that unfortunately you can't buy one. the chairs are sold to restaurants in japan. chris and kate. >> i feel like the specialty that you are doing lately is about how lazy we can be from ordering from your couch to self-driving chairs like i thing. >> reporter: it's my theme. >> i love it. >> reporter: how little can we do. yes. >> i love it. jill thank you. appreciate it. >> reporter: i am waiting for someone to bring me coffee is all i need. >> self-driving coffee. >> that's the next thing. >> i think our director would like the robotic chairs so comove us where he wants. >> i know. he would like me to move all the time. coming up, they may be your better half. >> but your significant other
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next. >> it's one of the most controversial questions on the ballot this november. should pot be legalized in massachusetts. i am live with the results of the new wbz umass amherst poll when wbz this morning
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i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? 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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governor baker getting a sweet serenade the first graders at billerica singing their hearts out. the town is designated a yankee doodle town. it's long been the nickname the song originated in 1775 when man went to boston to buy a gun captured by the british covered and tarred and feathered and paraded through but the governor makes it official yesterday going to the library signing it is official lay yankee doodle town and -- officially a yankee doodle town the kids so cute. >> love the dance moves. >> so into it my friends ryan was there danielle. my little friend and this is the biggest day of their lives. >> i am sure it was huge and i love when they say macaroni they are eating mac and cheese. that's so good. they are so cute absolutely. hey, i think we should take a look at the count down. something to cheer us up here on this hump day. 11 days until tom brady is back
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costume yet. 57 until thanksgiving and 88 days chris may me add christmas to the count down. 88 days until christmas day. lots to look forward to in the weeks and months to come. current conditions right now 61 in boston. dew points in the upper 50s. wind from the northeast of 15 miles per hour. that wind is going to be gusty today may gust occasionally over 20 miles per hour at the coastline. we are 55 in worcester and 50 in keene. most of us not going to change all that much. in fact, we will hover around or shy of 06 through the day today -- 60 through the day today. what you see is what you get. a lot of the afternoon will be spent dry but a few patches of drizzle that develop at the immediate coastline. low clouds have filled in now too. had showers on the cape and islands and there are a few south of nantucket. whoa may get a quick sprinkle over nantucket over the
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that's why i don't anticipate wet weather. clouds stubborn a few patches of drizzle and we may get brief partial clearing north of boston tonight before the clouds fill back in. wait a second this looks familiar. 59 tomorrow. spotty drizzle overcast again. onshore wind persistent for several days in a row. tomorrow night we may get partial clearing and clouds fill back n don't expect a lot of sunshine. if any over the big upper-level low will keep steady wet weather through the ohio valley back to pennsylvania and mid atlantic and we will likely get into a period of studier weather of rain heading into the start of the weekend. saturday looks damp. cloudy and cool 59 areas of rain. and we may see some peeks of sunshine on sunday. scattered showers still in the forecast and that does include for the pats and bills at gillett stadium for sunday after -- gillette stadium for
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we stay right around or shy of 60 through the end of the week. a little bit of improvement with brightening of the skies heading into the start of next week. >> reporter: look at this expressway traffic building pretty quickly. it's bogged down from furnace brook parkway to right here at columbia road of the it breaks off after this point. but you will sit in 15 minutes worth of traffic. traffic is also heavy on 128 in braintree just before the split. route 3 north is slowing down from union street up to the split an going through avon up to 128. kate. breaking overnight an unarmed black man shot by police in the san diego suburb has died. police in el cajon released this image overnight showing the man moments before he was shot. police say he pointed an object in a shooting stance at two officers. that object turned out not to be a weapon. police have not said what it is. they say they first tried to subdue the man with a stun gun.
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>> a new twist in a mystery at sea. here are your top stories for this wednesday morning. >> a new twist in a mystery at sea. investigators are going through items takein from the home of nathan carman as we lrn he was once a suspect in his grandfather's murder. he arrive in boston yesterday after he was rescued off the massachusetts coast. he then returned to his vermont home. this morning his mother is missing at sea and presumed dead. the man wanted for at a cvs in stoughton is held on 25,000 dollars bail in boston. marcus pierre lewis went before a judge on gun charges and face ace tempted murder charges in stoughton. he is is due in court to face those charges this week. we are learning more about a deadly officer-involved shooting in new hampshire. investigators say early sunday morning cody lafont got into a confrontation with the officer who had responded to a call at his home in clairmont. authorities have not said if he
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times in the chest. shooting is under investigation. one person is in the hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in needham. police say the person was hit by a car along the railroad tracks on may street after 6 yesterday morning. so far no charges have been filed. police say thieves who broke into an atm with a blow tore r father and son. -- torch are father and son. police say the pair hit a machine in marshfield on saturday first using the torch and then a drill to get inside. bo called police. the son was caught in the woods and police say his father was acting as the get away driver. bernie sanders will join hillary clinton on the campaign trail as clinton gets a new endorsement from a prominent repub can't. former virginia senator john warner will campaign with clinton's running mate tim kaine and clinton and sanders speak at u and h in durham.
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something about the growing goose problem they can consume up to 4 pounds of grass and produce 3 pounds of fecal matter's day ruining parks walkways and ball fields and says they are territorial and aggressive nature is also a concern on wednesday she is calling on the boston city council to hold a hearing to discuss the ways to cut down the number of geese. if approved they will hold a public hearing so residents can share their input. reporting live from boston anna meiler wheelenan police say several people walking their dogs have spotted coyotes near herds farm. this is the time of year when young coyotes leave the family pack. coyotes are naturally timid and will run away if they see humans but if one comes towards you make a lot of noise and don't turn your back. if your spouse is miserable it can hurt your own health. researchers at michigan state found study participants with
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likely to be headlighty even if they were not healthy. happy spouses will take better care of their spouses like unhappy homes lead to drinking or smoking too much. a agent i sigh says -- agency says health care cost could go up if a billion dollar expansion goes fords health policy commission tells the globe adding beds and outpatient facilities at children's hospital will drop patients from other providers and draw patients from other providers and it could increase spending by more than 8 million dollars per year. patch adams make a stop in ashland to teach others to spread joy he celebrated the centers 40 years of service to adolts with disabilities. the physician clown and activists is known as the subject of 1998 movie starring robin williams. he told the crowd if you love
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autobiography yesterday and he will meet fans and sell copies of the book in cambridge on columbus day monday october 10th. boston just played a 4-hour concert at gillette yerl they are month. still to come -- gillette earlier this month. still to come a surprising -- a surprising. >> why this may have saved more
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the manatee saved off the coast of cape cod last week is expecting. 800 pound sea cow is living at mist being aquarium in connecticut enjoying the warm water and endless supply of lettuce there. during a routine medical exam yesterday aquarium staff discovered she is pregnant. the jest station period is one year and once she is stable enough washburn will move to florida and be released ba police in hadly are looking for this guy's owner they posted the picture on the facebook page and say they found the potbellied pig on mountain road and if anyone knows where it came from, they are asked to contact priss. police. that manatee only wanting lettuce when she was pregnant all i wanted with a was steak and cheese i whichs was so good to just want lettuce. watching her weight in keep it
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rieive 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. wie appreciate you -- we appreciate you being here. a young man rescued at sea speaking out as investigatorser is of aer is -- serve a search warrant at his home. >> new overnight an assault leads to revere. >> and a brand new hotel turns into a crime scene. the investigation and danger on the rhode island water front. >> and wbz political analyst jonkeler is here with an he can collusive new poll. >> what massachusetts voters think about heelizing marijuana but first danielle niles is here with a check of the forecast. another gray day out there. >> it's going to be kind of dreary the next several days chris and kate. good morning. 60 in boston.

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