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home, and unsolved homicide. >> they are the two closest people to my son in the world. >> they rescued him from the life raft he'd been floating in for more than a week. he told the coast guard his mother disappeared when his boat supposed to be an overnight fishing trip off rhode island. police searched the home where the 22-year-old lives alone in vernon, vermont, a foreclosure dot with the promise of rehabbing it. a computer modem, sim card, and letter hand written by nathan carmen. neighbors watched the search and wondered. >> i think that it's very suspicious. >> according to the search warrant, he took his mother further offshore than she had planned and made boat repairs, which could've
then there are documents from connecticut where nathan carmen was the last person known to be with his grandfather the night before he was shot to death. a search warrant says family members were so afraid of nathan they hired armed private security to protect their home. police submitted a murder warrant for him two years ago but prosecutors said they needed more information. and now this strange turn of events. >> let me just say this. there is no way he would ever injure either one of them. >> when nathan carmen also told the ap today that once his boat began taking on water, it sank within a matter of minutes. police now in south kingstown, rhode island where this trip started are investigating whether the ordeal at sea warns any charges. christina hager, wbz news. to breaking news out of
investigators are now saying that a teenager apparently killed his father before shooting to students and a teacher at an elementary school. we know that one child is in critical condition, the other student and teacher are listed in good condition. this all happened in townsville, south carolina near the georgia line. the teenage suspect is in custody. lisa? campaign 2016 tonight. hillary clinton is in boston right now for a fundraiser. earlier she was at the university of new hampshire with former political rival bernie sanders. this move. analysts say the rally underscores clinton's need to connect with younger voters. >> when you have republicans telling us that it is okay to give tens and tens of billions of dollars in tax breaks to the richest people in this country, do not tell me that we cannot afford to make public colleges
you all don't turn out and vote. >> a monmouth university poll showed clinton 9 points ahead of trump in new hampshire. a closer look at both of the presidential candidates student loan plans. hillary clinton's plan provides free tuition at community colleges, free tuition at in- state public colleges for students whose families make less than 85,000, lower interest rates on student loans, and then college debt would be forgiven after 20 years. meantime, donald trump has not laid out a detailed plan yet but according to his website, he wants to give universities tax breaks and tax money to reduce the cost of college and student debt. he also wants to make it easier for students to attend and pay for college and technical schools. trump is going to rally supporters in bedford, new hampshire tomorrow afternoon. today he was in chicago trying to appeal to that city's polish- american community. he promised to work with: and to strengthen nato and trump
in the united states. >> it's really becoming almost impossible to open a small business, whether we are dealing with polish americans or whether we are dealing with any americans, it's horrible. also, whether weird, small business or biz -- or big business, to expand business, it's very hard. >> beyond policy, trump called hillary clinton in competent and said that the country would be worse off with her then under obama. the second of three presidential debates will be held sunday night, october 9th at washington university in st. louis. you'll be able to watch it live right here on wbz. and there are some hot button issues coming up right here in massachusetts. >> question for would legalize recreational marijuana. are voters ready to pass that? jon keller has the result of our exclusive poll. >> reporter: a yes vote on question 40 would allow adults to grow up to six marijuana
possessing up to one ounce in public. it would also create a commission to oversee licensed parts stores. according to the poll, 700 likely voters, 53 percent of them, support recreational pot with 40 percent opposing it and seven percent still undecided. support for legal pot is consistent across almost all demographic groups with the exception of conservatives and voters over age 55. but the battle of the question for is far from over , according to the associate director of the polls. >> asking the simple question, do you support legalization of marijuana, leads to majority level of support, but if you ask people to think about it, i think they may have some reservations. >> and look at what voters said when read a list of potential impacts. 61 percent said it would bother them if they saw people using pot in public. 52 percent said they would like to see ads for pot on tv or billboards, and more than four
neighborhood. some of the states most powerful polls, including governor charlie baker and marty walsh are opposing question for, so look for a hard-fought campaign during the final weeks before election day. i'm jon keller at large. wbz news. earlier the itmack look at what would happen if we did legalize marijuana. earlier this month we hosted a debate tween both sides on the wbz news at 8:00. you can see that coverage on our website tomorrow on wbz, what massachusetts voters think about expanding charter schools. another big question coming up in november. we take a closer look at question two at 6:00 a.m. on wbz news this morning. hard to believe that it was 20 years ago today a little boy banished and hasn't been seen since. coming up, the case of jesus de la cruz. where it stands after all these years and what he might look like
rex ryan trying to trick julian edelman on a conference call. the big question. i'm in new york. it's take two. red sox and yankees do it again. red sox trying to wrap up the american league east title as the magic number stays at one. the weather in new york like the weather here. we talk about the tropics and where tropical storm matthew migh and we want to introduce you to this week's wednesdays child. this 10-year-old is kind, happy, and active girl who likes to sing, dance, play board games, and apparently she gets excited for any kind of party. her favorite subject is math. if you'd like more information
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. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
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years now to the day that a six- year-old boy banished in lynn. he was out walking up a time it happened. >> police have never close to the investigation into the disappearance of jesus de la cruz. liam martin joins us with new images of what he might look like today. with his anniversary, police are launching a new push for information about jesus' disappearance. all these years later, his body still never located. >> it's been 20 years. you know, we don't know. >> 20 years ago today six-year- old jesus de la cruz disappeared. >> i feel so stressed. i couldn't sleep last night. >> his mother in 1996, a day after that disappearance, desperate for answers. >> everybody's looking for him. i can't do anything. i don't know what else to do. >> he was last seen walking on fox street.
exhaustive search. they eventually learned that jesus, who is playing outside, had wandered off with a man walking a dog who promised him a new bicycle. >> that was the last time anyone has ever seen him that we know of. >> the police chief was lieutenant at the time. he says they did find that manned at his lowell home. >> this on duct tape and handcuffs. but they didn't have enough evidence. no dna, no fingerprints of the boy, and nobody was innocent. >> we were never able to actually charge him on it. >> that has left his mother and father waiting 20 years for answers. a man hold out hope jesus is somehow, somewhere where still a live. if he is, he would look like this, 26 years old. >> we hope someone sees this and maybe it triggers a thought. >> his father calls him asking
if you know anything, you are asked to call police. also today, investigators in western massachusetts released sketches of a suspect in another unsolved case. the abduction and murder of a middle school teacher in agawam. authorities use dna research to come up with this image of her possible killer. the 1992 case where she was grabbed at her day-after-day of cloudy weather but not enough rain to add up to anything. >> every morning i wake up, the driveway is wet, but not enough rain to do anything to the drought. >> if you look at the calendar here, this is for the city of boston. it varies from town to town. most days have featured rain like today.
about 2 inches below average rain for the month. that soaking rainfall still a tall order for us. we do have the chill and the clouds and we've got the 50s out there. very raw day with northeasterly winds. the clouds sucked in. a little bit of clearing late day across southern new hampshire, maine, and getting into essex county as well providing a glimpse of the sunshine out there. and then we have the swirling area of low pressure that's works over the next few days. eventually that will bring us rainfall toward the weekend. for tonight, patchy drizzle, mist and fog. tomorrow will bring an opportunity for some sunshine. i
clouds and the damp, misty feel. into the afternoon, should get drier air working from the north, so especially from portland across new hampshire into northern massachusetts, we should break into the sun and manage low 60s. most areas south of the pike stay in the clouds throughout the day tomorrow. it's been breezy today and we'll be breezy tonight. as we move toward friday, the wind turns a little more easterly than northeasterly, and that's going to also increase, so will have a gusty friday. with that, the chance of rain moving in. with these days of onshore flow, the surf is rather nasty. if you're heading out and friday is the chance for actual rain, not just missed. showers should be developing toward friday afternoon and evening and our best overall chance for rainfall is still looking like saturday. i think this is where we could see significant rain in the area. sunday, scattered showers, cool and gray. an extra cup of coffee or tea pattern that we are in here. a little mist tomorrow morning. by the second half of friday bringing the chance of showers
saturday and sunday. how much are we talking? the best chance for a soaking rain is in southeastern massachusetts. the biggest totals will be across the cape and the islands. we might even see more than 2 inches of rain there. north and west, a half inch or one inch of rain. maybe we will get lucky and things over chief. a lot of cloud cover and some scattered showers for the patriots, but not a washout day. this is tropical storm matthew moving its way westward toward jamaica. that's a high confidence forecast as a hurricane. after that, a lot of spread as to where this will go. no solid idea as to where exactly it's going to head next week. imminent danger is there. the bahamas and florida on alert. keeping a close eye on it. the east coast just watching. there's a long time to keep tabs on nephew and where it might end up. with those temps near 60, all the way through the weekend and 50s at night. not a ton of sunshine. when it pops out tomorrow afternoon for a bit, we'll enjoy
>> we'll have a celebration. >> party is on. >> speaking of celebrations, the red sox have a chance tonight to clinch the division in yankee stadium. last night it sort of fell apart. >> dan roche isn't allowed to come home until they actually win. they have another chance tonight. >> which is why we put last night behind it. deja vu all over again. the red sox can clinch the al east with a win tonight or if the blue jays lose to the night. 0-5 on the night. things are going to be different in the bronx tonight. right, danny roach? tell me they are. >> reporter: it's a much better vibe. i think the day off on monday, maybe it took a little out of the red sox as far as that energy is concerned. talking to some of the coaches,
toronto loses and the red sox clinch the al east. he is talking to players about clenching the crown tonight. >> show up, play as a team, and when. we are one game away from that. we can kind of start focusing on the playoffs. right now it's just when one game or a few games and go from there. >> what would winning mean to you and this team? >> that we are in the playoffs. to me that we are guaranteed a spot in the playoffs. obviously, we play the game to win a world series. i guess you can save we did something good, but i think any goal is to win a world series. >> and i think if you look at it, the guy that you showed in that highlight before, he's the guy to watch tonight.
poppy today two have some big hits tonight. back to you. >> i love that prediction. patriots gearing up for the bills on sunday. the lasting game before tom brady returns. levan reid has the latest. >> reporter: patriots wednesday and maybe a step in the right direction for both new england quarterback, both in attendance and both the football. he talks this afternoon and said his shoulder injury has been a process. >> all you can do is get better day-by-day and take it one day at time and start looking ahead. it's hard to predict what you're going to feel like in three or four days. >> as for jacoby, he's always been positive on any talk regarding his thumb. >> didn't think about it. that's the main thing.
he took part in a handful of plays. he just wants to feel 100 percent. >> i can't wait. i'm going crazy out there again. just progressing myself in it and just throwing better every single day. >> there hasn't been any plans to bring in a new quarterback, so one of these two will start on sunday. at gillette stadium, i'm levan reed, wbz sports. the pats partner was named special-teams player of the week this week. six of the seven punts last thursday night were down inside houston in the 15-yard line. that sports for now. over to yo >> hopefully, the socks when it tonight. cbs evening news coming up next at 6:30. >> scott pelley joins us live with a preview. great to be with you in boston today. 9/11 families were finally given the right to sue saudi arabia. it came as congress overrode president obama's veto , the first overriding of a veto
administration. also, nancy cordis is with hillary clinton just north of you there in new hampshire, and we'll have her report as well with the rest of the day's news coming up on the cbs evening news in about 10 minutes. >> we'll see you then. buffalo bills head coach rex ryan played a trick. what happens when ryan tries on the reporter role and start asking questions. coming up tonight on the wbz news on my tv 38, we know brad pitt is getting divorced, but article wants you to believe so. the risk if you click that link and what you can do to keep
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,
so there is sun in new >> north would be a good place to be right now. northern new england in the sunshine the next couple days. in the afternoon in particular, chance for brightening skies and duck and the clouds for friday and some late day showers arriving friday as well. >> saturday pretty wet. >> a lot of clouds. i don't think any of them will be a washout, but we have to battle some showers. >> a lot of people want to go
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