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>> the news at 5:00 starts right now. and developing right now at 5:00 a.m. a woman pulled from a roadside ravine in weymouth. what we're learning about the complicated rescue. >> a 2-year-old in the hospital after she was hit by a car in new hampshire and police say her 7-year-old sister was behind the wheel. >> popping the champagne the sox lose but still manage to clinch the eastern league east title. we locker room. . good morning to you. it's 5:00 right now. thanks so much for waking up with us. >> it is thursday, september 29th. another dreary day after a dreary day yesterday. danielle what are we looking for this morning. >> it looks like we may see, chris and kate, a few peeks of sunshine today. so that will be a welcome change. they'll be few and far between but there will be a few out there. 56 in boston out there right
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wooster as well. 52 in keene. 40 in concord. cooler to the north because we actually have some clear skies in parts of central new hampshire. the wind is gusty. that's churning up the seas as well. so we have a high surf advisory. otherwise skies mainly cloudy although some peeks of kind of star-lit sky in northern massachusetts through the merrimac valley and southern new hampshire. that's the trend today. we'll see a few of those patches of blue sky, 50s to low 60s. could be a little bit of spotty drizzle right at the coastline. most of the day is dry, though. sunset at 6:28. i'll let you know when steadier rain comes back in the mix. >> no traffic yet. there is a lot of construction happening around the city. there's some work happening up on 495 that will be happening during rush hour. it's going to be northbound between exits 54 and 55. that is route 150 to route 110.
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until 6:00 a.m. this were southbound it would ab i problem for the morning commute. northbound shouldn't be so bad. i am expecting it to cause delays. we'll keep our eye on it. we begin with a developing story in weymouth in thursday. a woman badly injured and rescued from a roadside ravine. >> a wbz anna mile ler is live -- anna meiler is live. >> reporter: the big question this morning is how did this woman end up stranded down a deep emben of the highway. that is information we are still waiting to learn from police. take a look at this video showing a very large active scene along route 18 in weymouth near the exit for route 3 this all started around 9:00 last night. first responders used ropes to climb an estimated 30 to 40 feet down the ravine so they could carry this woman out. fire officials say she was in rough shape but we don't know what those injuries are or who her condition is at this time. also something worth pointing
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to a tree where investigators spent a lot of their time. there are still many questions surrounding this rescue, this is an ongoing investigation and we will bring you any new information as we learn it. reporting live in weymouth, anna meiler, wbz this morning. >> okay. anna wheel check in. the young man rescued at sea 100 miles off the massachusetts coast says he did not harm his mother or kill his grandfather. 22-year-old nathan carman says suspicions about his account of what happenedn increasing his grief over the apparent drowning of his mother, police searched his home in connection with the case. court documents also reveal he was a suspect in the 2013 murder of his grandfather in connecticut. nathan's father says his son is not capable of hurting anyone. >> there's a -- they're the two closest people to my son in the world. and let me just say this, there's no way he would ever injure either one of them.
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grandfather's murder but prosecutors said there's not enough information to sign it. a 2-year-old from new hampshire is in the hospital this morning after police say she was run over by her 7-year-old sister. nicole jacobs is live outside boston children's hospital where that little girl is being treated. nicole. >> reporter: kate, that little girl is expected to be okay, but many question why her older sister was handed the car keys in the first place. this is where it happened. >> i on the line. >> yes. >> reporter: a 911 call from south policy street. >> the call states her 7-year-old daughter, i believe, ran over her 2-year-old daughter with a vehicle. >>reporter: with this green ford focus, according to salem new hampshire authorities, the child was allowed to go outside and start the car on her own, something they believe she's done before with the 2-year-old unknowingly following behind. the 7-year-old somehow put the car in reverse.
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responsible. >> reporter: it was early evening tuesday, these young girls saw the whole thing. >> i saw the baby try to open the door and it wasn't opening so she's going behind the car and the car was going back and it hit her, and she got hurt really bad. >> reporter: leaving the toddler with a broken bone and ribs and numerous cuts and bruises. she was med flighted to boston while some neighbors are shaking their heads. >> which makes this even probably a little bit more frightenin >> reporter: the child is can expected to survive but it's the possible charges for mom that could be next. and salem, new hampshire authorities are considering child endangerment charges against that mother. we're live in boston, nicole jacobs. >> thank you very much. this morning, burlington high's varsity football coach is on paid leave. the school says it's investigating claims of verbal
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more specifics. students say there are two sides to every story. >> football is like a really serious sport, so coaches they have to get into it to amp up the players t could be a players being a little oversensitive about it or the coach probablily could have overstepped its bound. >> the coach's attorney says they're not familiar with the details but they are confident the school system will clear him. several students in newton are facing punishment over this video right here. it shows them on school propert confederate flag. the incident happened at newton north high school on monday. a student then posted it on social media. police and the school identified the students involved and in a letter to parents, the principal said they were taking appropriate action but they didn't give specifics. the red sox celebrating this morning. they clinched the division despite a bad loss in new york. the yankees hit a walk-off grand slam. but you know what? none of it mattered.
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and partying in the locker room after. dan roche is in the bronx with reaction. >> reporter: it certainly was a strange night in the bronx. the red sox giving up at walk-off grand slam. but toronto of course losing gave the red sox the american league east. so the red sox went into that clubhouse and began celebrating. and celebrating. and enjoying themselves for what they had accomplished from day one of spring training turning around from a last-place finish in 2015 to in 2016. they are indeed american league east champs and now they're in the mix for home field advantage. so they will go on to the playoffs on a bit of a roll played very well down here in september. they celebrated, got a good celebration in. wasn't over the top, though and now they prepare for the next step. that will be the alds if they get past that alcs and then on to the world series if they can do that. overall, red sox to be american league east champs. >> it's been a great journey. we're not done yet.
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guys has been, you know, the best thing. you know, i think it's a brotherhood in here for sure. i think you guys see that out on the field. >> a little extra meaning because it's david's last year what does that mean to you? >> it means the same. when you know -- you have close -- we have to keep bringing the same energy every day and keep pushing. >> you try to have three more celebrations after this. you've been on three world series champion teams. what will i can ma the difference and what do you think the challenge done? >> you've got to, you know, be ourself and come in and play the game, where we have, specifically the second half of the season and the different -- >> you're awesome, you no he that? >> thank you. >> still much more to come this season, the celebration of david or ortiz. it will continue here tonight as he is honored by the new york yankees and then they go home.
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friday -- celebrated on friday, saturday, and sunday. american league east is conquered. we'll see what happens next. with the red sox here at yankee stadium. dan roche. new support for the november ballot question to expand charter schools in the state. a new report by the massachusetts taxpayer foundation found the charter schools have little impact on spending by local school districts. supporters of question two have argued charter schools do not pose a financial threat. coming up at 6:00 this morning, what massachusetts voters think about expanding charter schools. our jon keller will be live in studio this morning taking a closer look at question 2. now to campaign 2016. donald trump will hold a rally in new hampshire today, trump will speak at the sports plex in bedford this afternoon. last night he wrapped up a busy day on the campaign trail in wisconsin where he stepped up
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and painted himself as an outsider who can make america safe. meanwhile, hillary clinton made a stop in boston last night. she attended a private fund-raiser at the fairmont copley earlier in the day clinton campaigned with bernie sanders in new hampshire, trying to court younger voters at unh. they focused on free college tuition and slammed trump's tax cut proposals. coming up this morning, european royalty heading to zblovt why prince is in town. >> plus celebrating national coffee day in style. a closer look at how to score the best deals on your favorite cup of joe. danielle, good morning. >> i haven't even had a cup of coffee yet. we have to go out and get some. in the meantime, another cloudy cool onshore flow type of day. a lot of clouds around right knew. but there may be some peeks of sunshine today. i'll let you know where and we'll take you through the weekend coming up. stay with us, you're watching
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. a little extra perk for could have fee lovers today, it's national coffee day. >> you can grab some deals on your favorite pick me up. dunk indoughnuts will give you a medium hot coffee for 66 cents. at pete's you can get a free medium coffee with the purchase of any fresh food item. there are lots more deals today to find. just check out our >> who doesn't like free coffee or cheaper. >> i'm going to go to all those places. by the end of the day we'll all be like, hello, national coffee day. i haven't even had a coffee yet. >> i was surprised. i'm glad you didn't text me this morning because i home brewed. >> sorry, not stopping. >> it is a cloudy kind of cool on shore damp today. i think we see peeks of sunshine. in fact, northern massachusetts had some partial clearing
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hampshire. so there's some hope. temperature 56 degrees in boston right now. the dew points in the upper 40s. look at that northeast wind. 23 miles per hour right now. but what's interesting about the dew point as it's been dropping. so some drier air has been trying to work in off the ocean with that persistent on shore wind that dry air will help to erode the cloud cover. 51 in manchester, same in wooster. 52 in keene. most of us in the 50s out the there are some cool being reading to the north. look at that. satellite and radar shows those clear skies back through central vermont, new hampshire. see that, that drier air starting to kind of row that cloud deck. the clouds should fill back in. there there may be a few patches of drizzle back down to the cape and through the evening hours, still some inland breaks of sun.
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in from boston. temperatures, 55 to 60 where we get some breaks though, mid-60s for highs. still cooler than average day. clouds tonight, 52, that northeast wind continues. we have the high risk of rip currents from the coastline of essex county back down to the cape today. tomorrow will be very similar. right around or just shy of 60 degrees. that onshore flow very repetitive forecast here. tomorrow starts try, the next wave of low pressure comes by and brings a chance of showers by tomorrow late in the d through the interior back along the south coast. generally light. so have the umbrella kind of on stand by or with you tomorrow. it looks like this wave comes by on saturday morning. so notice by 7:30 saturday morning, pockets of rain in eastern massachusetts, there will be some drizzle, fog, definitely a kind of damp start overall. sunday one more little push of showers comes through and that includes the -- i don't think
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mainly cloudy. ski for 1:00 p.m. kick off. update from the national hurricane center did just come in from tropical storm matthew. still has 65 miles per hour winds moving to the west at 16 miles per hour. so here is puerto rico. here is the dominican republic. watch the track of matthew. we're talking about grad wall strengthening, and then a gradual northward turn as we head into the start of next week. so that's by monday and tuesday after that to be on guard for the middle of next week. we'll watch that closely. gradual improvement for us. mid-60s on monday with a lingering shower and more breaks of sunshine. still cool for the middle part of the week. >> construction on 128 as wrapped up. you no longer need to watch for crews working in those spots. you need to watch for crews working on 485. they are between route 150 and route 110.
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work is not expected to wrap up until 6:00 a.m. so expect some delays there as the morning commute goes on. kate. >> thank you. unanimous decision by the state's highest courts. police cannot seize a cell phone unless they have specific evidence it was linked to a crime. the court says while it is common sense to assume that suspects will use their cell phones to talk to other suspects, it's not enough to override the right to privacy. a pair of goats recovering this morninger arboretum. they had within eating -- had been eating weeds when they were attacked by an unleashed dog. both goats are expected to recover. animal control and boston police are now investigating the dog's owner. a new hampshire law prevention voter posting pictures of their ballots has been ruled unconstitutional. lawyers for the state ar guide the ban would prevent voter coercion but the circuit court
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speech. a valuable piece of artwork is back in its proper place. if you want to see it, look up the next time you can climb the grand staircase at the main branch in copley square. the panel had to be removed from the wall very carefully and experts were even more careful in restoring it. the new pane is mounted on high-tech aluminum. denmark's crowned prince and wife will be in boston for the next few days as part ever a trade mission. the roya c washington, d.c. last night. they'll meet with the mayor today at boston university and governor baker tomorrow. the visit also included a trip to children's hospital and the prince's alma mater harvard. coming up next, more questions for the patriots. >> both back-up quarterbacks spotted throwing at practice. so who will get the start on sunday? >> plus, a party fort champs. the red sox celebrating the american league east title after
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my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year.
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kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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. well questions still remain
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quarterback for the patriots on sunday. >> plus the sox clinch the al east even though they had a bad loss. steve burton has more. >> yes, can you win and lose on the same night? that's exactly the red sox did last night. they won the american league east division title and they can thank the orioles for that. however, they did lose to the yankees 5-3 in dramatic fashion. game was scoreless until the 8th. the bases loaded, grounds the chopper. pe doria score. later in the inning, sanchez can't handle the pitch. it gets away. he charges home. he scores after lane drops the ball. let's head up to toronto, when the red sox officially clinch the me east. kimbrel couldn't get anyone out.
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grand slam to deshare i can't. and just like that, the yankees win it. can't celebrate on the field, still they win their 8th al east title. quite a turn around after two straight last-place finishes. inch side the sox clubhouse, the champagne was popped and the party was on. the red sox finished dead last year a ago and back on top last night. let's go to dan roche who was inside with david ortiz.>> journey for you here in this final year. thinking back to spring training where it all started to be american league east champions what does it mean to you? >> a lot. you know, you get to be the american league east champs that means you played pretty good in the year. and man, super happy. >> we all are. how about over in patriot nation for a second straight jimmy garoppolo and jimmy brissett
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injuries while brissett also tossed the ball around. we still don't know who will start sunday against the bills. both quarterbacks are ready for anything. and by the way, getting back to the red sox, game one, is october 6th. we just don't know who the opponent is yet. that's sports for -- sports for now. guys, back to you. rex ryan will stop at nothing to get some intel on the pats. >> including pretending to be a report refresh. the bills hea media conference call to question edelman yesterday. >> julian this is walt from the buffalo news. are you playing quarterback this week? >> edelman says he will do whatever the coach asks him to d ryan has done this before when he coached the jets. that's hilarious. whatever you think about him, that's hilarious. >> i just heard him on the raid yes the other day, he talks about how he loves to be a pain
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rest of the pats. >> i love it. >> we'll see what happens on sunday. still to come, tragedy at a school in south carolina. >> a teenager in custody accused of opening fire at an elementary school. we'll have the latest on the investigation. >> this is jon keller, we've got a goose problem we can't seem to get rid of. some creative ideas to stop their unsanitary barrage when wbz this morning continues. >> and good morning, everybody. temperatures in the 50s out the door for most of us.it today with some breaks of sunshine. there's a crisp onshore wind too, kind of that cool onshore flow. i'll time out the rain when it comes back in the mix when we
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i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, ools? 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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. convention right now at 5:30, a woman pulled from a roadside ravine.
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morning following a school shooting in south carolina, what police say happened before the attack. >> concerns about hospital safety, a new report ranking two local hospitals among the worst in the country when it comes to infections. . good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it is thursday, september 29th. and we are in for another dreary start to the day but danielle said maybe we' >> i'm okay with that danielle. i'm so excited for a little bit of rain. i don't care that we're not going to see the sun. >> good sleeping weather, right. it's nice napping weather. we aren't going to see a ton of rain today. it looks like the steady rain and showers come back tomorrow and saturday especially. the surf is going to kick up today. advisories until 6:00 p.m. for eastern essex county. high risk of rip currents, 3 to 5-foot waves with that onshore
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slashover at high tide as well. 56 in boston right now. lower 50s manchester to wooster. 59 in chatham. that wind is gusty out there. over miles per hour right now. logan airport 20 to 30 miles per hour. that onshore wind will be persistent but notice what it's doing, starting to erode some of the clouds with that drier air working in. so i do anticipate some sunshine, particularly in northern massachusetts. the farther south you get, the temperatures in the upper 50s. spotty drizzle at the coast. but sunny breaks the farther north you come. we will be in the 60s with filter sunshine for the road home. >> expressway traffic is starting right on time. it's building quickly this sat columbia road. you're going to sit in about ten minutes worth of stop and go traffic there. it's also slow and go on 128 in braintree just before the split.
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stops. route 3 still looks decent approaching braintree. >> thank you. we begin with a developing story in weymouth. a badly injured woman rescued from -- rescued from a roadside ravine. we've learned the crews had to use ropes to reach the woman and bring her 30 feet back up to the roadway. no word on her condition or how she ended up there. it was a large crime scene set up last night. we have a crew in weymouth this morning. we will bring you any new information as soon as we get rest of the week at the south carolina elementary school where a teenage gunman shot three people. that teen is in police custody right now. police he shot and killed his father before going to the school shooting a teacher and two students. one student is in critical condition. it's unclear if the three were targeted. the sheriff says the teenage gunman did not attend the school but was home schooled. police say the man killed by police in san diego suburb
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an electronic cigarette. according to the police chief, 38-year-old alfred alonzo pulled the device from his pocket, held it with both hands, and took what they described as a shooting stance towards the officers. one officers fired a stun gun while the other shot and killed him. a private funeral will be held today for miami marlins pitcher josi fernandez. last night the team held a public memorial service so fans could also have a chance to say good-bye. the young pitcher killed in a weekend boat crash two friends. police have not yet determined the cause of that crash. the governor planning his first overseas trade trip. he's pitching mass ms. as a potential business hub looking to expand in the u.s. officials say tax dollars will only be used to cover the cost
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when comes to controlling certain infections. they received low marks when it comes to preventing infections. the hospital's each had an infection rate higher than the national average. c diff is a bacteria commonly found in healthcare settings prevented by frequent hand washing and not overprescribing antibiotics. on your thursday morn, if you're checking out the fall foalian this year, you can expect officials are predicting a record-breaking season spending $1.5 billion. city leaders looking to clean up local parks at their meeting last night. they discussed a plan to drive out those canadian decease we've been telling you about. well this morning jon keller offers his own suggestions. >> reporter: good morningen as we record yesterday morning, the boston city council is scheduled a hearing to find answers to a serious problem, goose poop. the canada geese that flock to
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feathered pooping machines who produce up to three pounds of it every day turning our recreational areas into unsanitary mine fields. they can also turn aggressive if they feel threatened. the problem has been around for years and nothing we try, chemicals, dog patrols, you name, seems to work. so the council is looking for alternative solutions. and as a citizen, a patriot, and someone who prefers clean sneakers, i want to do my part to provide constructive input. no very weary of being hunted, they're messy, not student i had. while it might be unwise to invite licensed gun owners to start blasting away at the local playground, perhaps a few carefully supervised executions might act as a deterrent, failing that, one of the most common predators of canada geese are chi owe tease. another critter that's been causing problems locally. why not put one problem to work
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we might have to get really creative. communities could pool suggestions for the most annoying bands on the charts create a mix tape. however, canada has some terrible music as well, so that might not persuade them to go home. i know, let's barrage these geese with inane political speeches on a loop taken from the current presidential race, call it giving them a taste of their ownic thoughts via e-mail or use twitter. don't worry young daughter, don't look at that coyote mauling the goose over there. look away. >> in the meantime just watch out for the landmines. still ahead, getting a jump start on your holiday shopping. >> plus more millennials looking for side jobs, a closer look at what's behind the growing trend.
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we're covering here -- recovering. i'm nicole jacobs i'll tell you how police say it all happened. >> several weather watchers checking in this morning. thank you to all our weather watchers for continued support and observations each day. temperatures are running in the 50s right now. denise in plymouth checking in with 58 degrees. she said it's an 18-mile-per-hour sustained wind coming off the ocean. that breeze going to stay with us today sunshine too. i'll time out some rain for
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. here we go, kate. how soon is too soon to start your holiday shop being and why millennials are looking for a second job. >> too soon and bad news for a boston base chain. jill wagner joins us live with today's money watch. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, chris and kate. flat pred is falling flat. they announced they're filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. the company is based in boston and employedor people. some of the franchises will stay open during the process. a lot of millennials are working side jobs. 44% of those 25 to 34 work a job on the side compared to just 29% of 35 to 44-year olds. it isn't even october but a million americans have already finished their holiday shopping. that is according to a new credit card.com survey.
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shopping, but 74% of people who responded say they're, quote, annoyed by these overachievers and they think the stores are pushing the holiday season too soon. so where are you guys on this one? are you -- have you started? are you done? >> i literally haven't even thought about what i'm going to get a single person for the holiday, jill. >> if i'm wearing shorts, if i'm still in shorts, if it's 80 degrees out, i'm not thinking about the holidays. >> i'm with you, jill with you all the way. appreciate it. we'll see you tomorrow morning. >> not only that, i hate those people. i hate them. i'm going to do my shopping the week before. >> what i will say is here and there, when a christmas song comes on my little, you know, shuffle play list i might let it play out a little bit as we are dealing with this dreary weather. >> good point inch the sox lose but still win. the celebration after lynching the al east. >> plus donald trump on the campaign trail in new hampshire
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. this morning the family of a soldier who served in world war i has a valuable artifact
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hughes were found along a road in randolph. police put out a plea to the public for help tracking down the family. they were able to return the tags to hughes' oldest grandson. hughes was originally from brookline but settled in roxbury after his service. >> that's awesome that they found the family. >> fantastic. >> amazing. >> history right there. we are not looking at a great day, like yesterday, danielle, sort of a repeat. but you say there is a glimmer of hope. >> flimmer of hope, a little bit of sunshine likely ints today. so that's a welcome change. not a ton of wet weather either. it looks like steadier rain wouldn't arrive until tomorrow night into saturday. that does mean this is it, sox and blue jays, right? final series here, at least for the regular season, 7:10 first pitch tomorrow. looks cool, gusty drizzle is possible. i think we'll get each game in no problem but there will be wet weather to avoid. there maybe a shower or two that
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51 wooster. manchester 41. it's cooler to the north because that's where we have clear skies. look at this, northern massachusetts now, the merrimac valley even peeks of clear sky in eastern massachusetts here. that trend is going to be with us this morning. the clouds will fill back in at times in eastern massachusetts. but look at, that even through early afternoon some sunny breaks through the interior, maybe a patch or to of drizzle back down to the cape. many of us stay dry right on through the day today. temperatures on the cool side, it's gusty over there over 20 miles per hour at the coast. we'll be 60 today. mid-60s inland. some showers develop tomorrow. another day that starts mainly dry with clouds filling back in and temperatures only in the pupper 50s. this is more like the end of october as opposed to the end of september. area of low pressure, one little wave going by us now and another one tomorrow, notice through the afternoon some areas of rain do fill in. so by 7:p.m. tomorrow it's
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interior. i think it's generally light tomorrow and that will stay with us for part of saturday. it is not going to be raining the entire day, likely to be a damp and wet start and then some areas of showers will likely linger on shore flow continues patchy drizzle at the coast on saturday. again not that pouring rain so not beneficial rainfall in a lot of spots because of the drought. tropical storm matthew, 65-mile-per-hour winds right now spinning in the caribbean moving west at 16 miles per hour. along this track will likely hurricane by tonight. and eventually take a curve to the north, past east of jamaica. keep in mind the cone of uncertainty here. but the time frame of this wouldn't be until overnight on monday and into tuesday morning likely on the east side of cuba as a category one storm, bahamas will be on guard after that and then the east coast of florida. east coasters really up and down the eastern seaboard will watch it closely for the end of next weekment for us, gradual improvement with a few lingering showers on monday and then
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but still cool 60s through the weekend. >> live look at the leverett connector and the zakim bridge this morning. a little back-up, zakim moving along just fine. the traffic flowing up north isn't -- doesn't look this good as good as the zakim does. you'll hit stop and go traffic in the south between exits 48 and 43. you can cruise for a little while and then hit slow traffic in woburn. to our south, the expressway bogged down from furnace brook parkway up to sou go. and route 3 throws down when you get to weymouth. chris and kate. >> thank you very much, appreciate it. a 2-year-old run over by her 7-year-old sister. >> plus a woman rescued from a ravine on the southshore. here are your top stories on this thursday morning. fire officials say that woman was in raw shape when they carried out out of that ravine. this all happened between 8:00 and 9:00 last night.
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active scene near the exit for route 3. first responders used ropes to climb down the embankment so they could carry the woman out. the extent of her injuries and current condition is unknown this morning. and the big question, how did she end up in a ravine along the side of the highway in the first place. this is still an active ongoing investigation. we'll bring you any new details as we learn them. live in weymouth, anna meiler, wbz this morning. i'm nicole jacobs live at children's hospital here in boston where a 2-year-old girl is recovering after she was hit, run over by her 7-year-old sister. this all happened in salem, new hampshire tuesday evening. that 7 year old was allowed to go outside and start the car on her own, according to police. but apparently no one saw the 2 year old following behind her. the older sister somehow put the car in reverse and hit the toddler. she was med flighted with broken
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children's hospital. coming up at 6:00, why police in salem new hampshire are considering charges against that mother. we're live in boston, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. new clues in a massachusetts cold case, investigators released these sketches yesterday of a suspect in the murder of a middle school teacher abducted in 1992. authorities dna research to come up with this image of her possible killer. somebody grabbed leeza san diego ler while she was job. her body was found four days later. a former priest in dorchester alter boy coordinator now charged with attacking boys decades ago. prosecutors say in the '80s and '90s michael walsh used his position to abuse a boy in a elementary school. the victim came forward this year. walsh is free on his own recognizance. investigators have identified the two men seen on surveillance video in new york city taking a bag that held a
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device behind. that bomb did not explode. officials say the men were tourists and have since returned home to egypt. the new york times the fbi has submitted a request he to the government to -- government to question the men. these men are potential witnesses not suspects. president obama says congress is setting a dangerous president dent by overriding his veto of a measure allowing families of 9/11 victims to sue saudi arabia. the first time congress reversed one 15 of the 19 hijackers were born in saudi arabia. families who want to sue, say a lawsuit could offer new information and prevent future attacks. buff the white house says it could allow american officials to be sued. donald trump hitting the campaign trail in new hampshire today. he he is set to hold a rally at the sports plex in bedford this afternoon. trump is stepping up his attacks on rival hillary clinton who campaigned in the granite state yesterday. the red sox celebrating this morning. they clinched the division
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the yankees hit a walk-off grand slam. but none of that mattered. the orioles beet the blue jays last night officially giving the sox the division title. after the game the sox popped the champagne and they partied in the locker room. first it was their smartphones and this morning samsung may be dealing with a new problem. exploding washing machines. regulators issued a warning yesterday and are now investigating reports that some top-loading washers exploded while in use. the consumer product commission suggests customers only use the delicate cycle when washing bulky items, like bedding. the machines were made between march 2011 and april of this year. a brookline woman is suing two massachusetts companies after she says she contracted e. coli. the woman says she ate ground beefed produced by a eva. they got their meat from adam's slaughter house. after eating the beef the woman says she became sick. that beef is linked to an e.
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and four other states. a break through in diabetes treatment. the fda has just approved the artificial pancreas. the device doesn't look like a body part but functions exactly the same it monitors blood sugar and automatically delivers insulin with the levels get to high. the twice should be available by next spring. still to come this morning, big pap by testing out a new career. >> what happens when he takes some unsuspecting boston residents for a town. >> reporter: the battle over charter school expansion is a bitter one. but the new wbz umass amherst hole shows one side has an edge. more when wbz this morning
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. big papi hitting the road in disguise. >> and giving fans a big >> who is your favorite player. >> he's retiring. >> he's my favorite. >> is that right. >> i have two of his like shirts that i wear. >> actually all of my shirts are his shirts. >> really? >> yeah. >> cool. >> yeah, all mine are too enter because i'm david ortiz. >> what? >> the red sox slugger went undercover as a driver for lyft. to surprised passengers in
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he's the most recognizable person in the state. >> here's the other thing, a nice fancy tahoe shows up. >> no. >> i never get one of those when i request rides. >> i get the little civic. >> exactly. >> all right. keep it right here to wbz this morning. your top stories, your weather,
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. good morning. thanks for joining us. >> it is thursday, september 29th. >> we are following developing news right now at 6:00 a complicated rescue in a ravine at the bottom of it, a badly injured woman. we are live with the latest. >> a over. police say her 7-year-old sister was behind the wheel. it's a warning for other parents. >> plus a new report on the impact charter schools can have on public schools. and our political analyst jon keller is here with what massachusetts voters think about adding more charter schools. it's a wbz exclusive. >> and we'll take you inside the locker room for the red sox big celebration clinching the al east. but first let's get a check of the thursday morning weather with danielle niles. more dreary weather on the way.

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