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. developing news right now at 4:30 a tow truck hits two people at busy intersection in newton. we will have the latest on the investigation. >> also developing this morning a movie theater parking lot turned crime scene. two people stabbed in braintree and the search for a suspect. >> and new developments in a mystery at sea a new search warrant served and >> live from the chapel 4 studios in boston this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning thanks for joining us i am kate merrill. >> i am chris mckinnon it's friday. september 30th. end of the week and month. >> we have another workweek to get through danielle it's only 4:30 in the morning so we kind of know the weather and what's happening today. >> chris is overly excited about the end of the month and
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go that's it today and it's going to be very similar to what we have had the past several days in terms of the fact this won't be -- there won't be a ton of sun shine and scattered showers. -- sunshine and scattered showers. we are cool out the door. 48 in wedford -- bedford because we have had partial clearing that took place in a couple spots overnight. 58 in boston right now and most of us 55 to 60 from the south shore to cape cod. clouds are in police right now. even where we have had breaks the clouds will fill and there's a band of rain just south of nantucket that will continue northward progress and clip nantucket in parts of the mid and outer cape between now and mid morning. additional rain to the west is going to stay to the west for now so in between there will be scattered showers that develop today. so have the umbrella on stand by. plent a chance of a shower on through -- a chance of a shower through midday and mid to upper 50s with scattered showers. most numerous heading into the
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details coming up. good morning breana. >> reporter: good morning. not any major construction or road closures to tell you about this morning. we have what lot of those happening this week especially inside the o'neill tunnel but that wrapped up early today. that is live look at the expressway in dorchester. there's not too many people on the roads just yet. expect normal drive times if you are heading out soon and we willlet you know when things pick up. we are following several developing stories this morning for you. two people hit by a tow truck at a busy newton at least one of the victims suffered life- threatening injuries. this happened at the intersection of beacon street and langley road after 7 last night. the driver stopped so far no charges have been filed. right now braintree police searching for suspect after two men were stabbed in a movie theater parking lot. it happened around 7 last night at the amc braintree 10 theater. the victims two men from hingham both 36 they were rushed to south shore hospital
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a warning from police of a sexual assault in jamaica plain -- of a sexual assault in jamaica plain. a woman says it happened around 1:30 thursday morning in the area of gay head and mendon streets. police urge people to be aware of your surroundings and when possible don't walk alone. if you have information on case call police. a 21-year-old man accused of attacking his 3-year-old nephew will face attempted murder charges in court. >> lincoln village apartment complex in worcester after getting a 911 call the boy was dead. >> he killed his 3-year-old nephew and locked him inside the apartment. >> the child has injuries on his face and neck but is alive and in stable condition. police say his uncle 21-year- old taj macdonald was walking the child -- mcdonald was watching the child while the father was at work. >> it made me scared because i figure if you can do this to
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anybody. so i was just really really scared for my own kids and for everybody else's kids and i hope that little boy is going to be okay. >> >> he will be arraigned today ona long list of charges including attempted murder strange ligs and indecent assault. the department of children's and families is working with investigators. the fbi is involved in the investigation to a mother who went missing during a trip at sea with her son. policeer is afd search warrant at the ho middletown connecticut. investigators were seen taking bags filled with items from the home. they are looking into whether her son nathan played a role in his mother's disappearance. linda carman is now presumed dead. her son nathan was rescued sunday after spending 8 days in a raft. he says the boat suddenly took on water and sank. he denies any involvement in her des appearance. investigators are -- disappearance. investigators are looking at an
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grandfather. he was killed three years ago. nathan was the last person to see him alive and was once a person of interest in the crime. this morning federal investigators are trying to figure out what led to a deadly train crash in new jersey. the train was going too fast when it came into the station. but it's unclear why that happened. a mother who was standing on the platform was killed. more than 100 others injured and this morning thousands of commuters have to find another way into rk jersey with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: federal investigators will examine an event corder and video recordings from the new jersey transit train that plowed through the final stop into a waiting area in the hoboken terminal during thursday morning's rush hour. >> from the event recorder we hope to get speed and braking. >> reporter: the train razz moving at high rate of speed when it failed to stop. it continued beyond the tracks
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crashing through a main concourse barrier and launching airborne into the platform arena. >> kaboom the whole place shook. >> it was chaos running and it was really insane. >> reporter: falling debris killed 34-year-old fabiola as she waited on the platform. more than 100 others were hurt. >> positive train control if all the mechanical systems were working problem -- properly should have trains don't have the technology but it will be required by 2018. the engineer thomas gallagher was released from the hospital and is cooperating with investigators. we are told investigators will go through gallagher's last 72 hours and take a close look at his medical history. louisa moller wbz news. massachusetts is working toinstaw the positive train control system that could have
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slow down trains speeding and prevent them from derailing or crashing. the system is supposed to be in police across the country by 2018. but that deadline could be extended to 2020 if certain goals are metch the cost to install it in mass-- met. the cost to install it here in massachusetts is more than 485 but 80% funded by the federal government. leaders are attending the funeral -- leaders across the world are attending of shimon peres. you can see live pictures of the president and president clinton also spoke. peres died on tuesday at the age of 93. john kerry is also in attendance. palian leader abbad is also there. donald trump will be in michigan today. yesterday he says sanders sold out to the devil when he gave his support to hillary clinton.
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her position as secretary of state alleging that clinton gave favors to people who donated to her fund. >> every thing you need to know about hillary clinton sometimes referred to as crooked hillary can be understood with a simple but very important phrase. follow the money. >> hillary clinton trying to get an edge in iowa where early voting started president obama's book trying to get ahead in battleground states. clinton also announced more than 40 new endorsements from republican officials. she will hold two rallies in florida today. the fenway ground crew turning the grs into a tribute mowing a image of david ortiz into center field. local lawmakers are pushing to
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last night it was the yankees turn to give him a proper send off. dan roche has highlights from new york. >> the big night on thursday night here at yankee stadium as david ortiz was honored by the new york yankees. the biggest rival of the sox. ortiz and his family came and receive gifts as he was presented with a leather books of greetings and well wishs from yankees past and present. a nice gift and future famer helped him unveil a oil painting tipping his cap to the fans and maybe best of all another gift ortiz was not expecting he was applauded all night by the yankee stadium crowd. >> great ceremony i want to personally thank the yankees for taking their time and honoring me and my career and it was a very professional and nice ceremony and i want to
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weekend long at fenway park andred sox three regular season finale. starting on friday night, saturday the night and sunday, asking fans to be in seats by 6:30 tonight and tomorrow night and $2 clon-- and then at 2:00 for the game on sunday. i am dan roche wbz sports. >> all right. >> a long good-bye. >> it's so painful to know he is leaving. >> right the farewell tour >> don't leave. >> one more season. coming up on wbz this morning, it was not a thrill ride they expected. >> amusement park riders rescued by ladder after being trapped. what went wrong noon a-- wrong. >> and chain of day cares closed. >> and a rough rex cue. a -- rescue. the small dog up to its neck in
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today jill. >> reporter: yeah that's right good morning chris and kate. deutsche bank the next lehman brothers they are pulling their money from the banks and u.s. regulators have fined the german bank 14 bill why dollars over algage -- billion dollars over allegations of mortgage securities leading up to the financial crisis the eu says they won't bail out deutsche bank and some question whether it ca plan requiring cable satellite and telecom service provide others to allow streaming app. tom wheeler said it would save hundreds on cable box rentals and give consumers more options. yesterday, though, he tabled the vote and said it need more discussion. cable companies oppose the rules. -- and would you let this
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kids a i-pal a 3 foot tall robot that can sing dance and play games. parents can watch and chat with their kids remotely via a smart app critics say it creates attachment issues and perhaps will scare your kids i don't know. >> my kids are scared and have shall use do they do dishes or clean the kitchen after he leaves is my question. >> reporter: i sense you're considering this kate. >> yes i am. actually jill. thank you. appreciate it. want to go out and if no one will return your call. >> all right. if you are that desperate call me and i will watch the kids. >> he says that now. >> but i don't do dishes. >> no dishes for chris. oh that's kind of creepy i don't know. i don't like the look of that. i would be creeped out if i were a little kid. currently in boston it's friday we made it. 58 degrees in boston right now. dew point 50. the wind persistent out of the
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there are some breaks in the cloud cover that developed overnight. and enjoy any peeks of sunshine the clouds will fill back in quickly. 48 in worcester and manchester. 58 in boston. 50s along the south shore to cape cod and what's going on is a couple different things. steady areas of rain from the mid-atlantic into new york and another batch that is south of nantucket that's going to lift over the mid and outer cape and in between, you notice there's a couple showers to the south. so that's going to be today. with scattered showers developing right on through the afternoon. tomorrow we get pockets of rain playing through and on sawn little green and i didn't put pause points in there. you get the idea. we are in for a unsettled stretch the next now days and in terms of rainfall totals, the blue here indicates half an inch to an inch and half. and this is between now and sunday. notice there are some purposeels on the -- purples on
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cape cod by the time weekend is done. temperatures 55 to 60 again today. yesterday we had mid-60s but it's going to be a cool raw feel. clouds fill in tonight breezy and cool again. 51 degrees with scattered showers. tomorrow, 55 to 60. a damp start to the weekend. it's going to be pretty sog which with -- soggy with areas of rain in the morning perhaps tapering off in intensity late in the day. sunday i think we will feature dry periods. i can't rule out a scattered shower but it looks like a lot f with a brief shower here or there. temperatures a little bit above where they will be today and tomorrow. right around or over 60. 5 a.m. update just came out right now minutes ago, 100-mile-per-hour winds hurricane matthew and no change in strength. category 2 hurricane with wind moving to the west at 14 miles per hour. forecast to become a major hurricane later on today andpass heckly along or east of jamaica bahamas on guard for the middle part of next week.
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we have watch matthew but for us gradual improvement. it takes a while a little more sunshine with the start of next week and lingering showers on monday. >> reporter: live look at the zakim bridge is pretty quiet. you won't have problems getting into the city from the north and the tunnel is also clear so some good news there. now we have the same story to the south. 128 in braintree is clear and so is 95. 24 route 3 is all good news on this friday and the expressway is chris. >> thank you very much. a day care chain under scrutiny for years is had youing its doors. state revoked its licenses for a list of problems. state stopped paying child care vouchers to terri's little pumpkins with locations in medford chelmsford andp revere. these dead mice came from the kitchen. the state says they failed to properly feed children had inseptember staffing and late
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>>i don't even see myself getting a paycheck. >> have you not been paying employees. >> no comment. >> have you not been keeping the facility clean. >> i am frustrated. like i said, the things she was doing she should have seen this coming. we should have been warned. >> those state child care vouchers accounted for 90% of the day care's he funding. and a let -- care's funding and in a letter to employees they said without state fund th won't be paid. newton's mayor is speak after students were caught waving a confederate flag and says the incident is absolutely unacceptable and spoke with students and with meet with them again next week. the superintendent says can't reveal what punishment the students involved are facing because of privacy issues. police are still investigating. a dog stuck up to its neck in mud rescued.
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yesterday a local vet is taking care of the dog and investigators hopes the owner comes forward. and riders as the big e rescued after a amusement park ride got stuck. a ladder was used to remove them one bib one. investigators are will be -- one by one. investigators are looking into the cause. a neighborhood on edge. >> an armed home invasion in hanson. manhunt underway for two suspects talk to this man in connection with a incident that left a
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joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
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welcome back 4:53. the search is on for two people wanted in home invasion in hanson. this is video from the incident yesterday. police say four men wearing black hooded sweat shirts broke into a home on main street in hanson before 11 yesterday morning. at least one of the men had a were ordered to shelter in place as police searched the area. >> seeing the policemen with the assault rifles coming from the woods in the back of the church and it scares you when something heavy duty is happening so much police presence which was awesome. >> police escorted school bus and the two men were arrested in connection to the home invasion. they will be arraigned this morning.
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construction accident in georgetown. skyeye over the scene yesterday. the essex county da says a man was fatally injured while backing a excavator out of a garage he was pronounced dead at the scene. he worked for a utility construction company and his name has not been released. an update on a rescue in weymouth a woman found tied up at the bottom of a ravine lied to police she called around 8 saying left in the ravine. after the the rescue police began a immediate investigation into her claims and they say she now admits she made it up. no word if she could face charges. a woman knocked off her bike by a pedestrian in cambridge and this morning police are asking the public to help identified suspect. this is the man. police say he hit his shoulder against the bicyclist knocking her to the ground. it happened last week in inman square's. cord together globe the woman
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grateful for police for two police for returning a world war i soldier's dog tag. we told you about this yesterday. the tag belonging to joseph e hughes was found in a road in randolph after a push for help from the public officer kevin aldred was able to track down the knack same. >> he -- namesake. >> he he probably had it on his neck and now to here to me. >> hughes says this has inspired him to follow the officer's lead and do more research on his family history. new hampshire senate race is a dead heat and today voters will see both candidates square off. kelly ayotte a republican and maggie hassan who is the state egovernor will face-off in the -- state's governor will face- off in the first of 6 debates
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conway hotel. members of the olympic team got to take a lap around the white house. simone biles presented the first faply with a surf -- family with a surfboard signed by every member of the team. ryan lochte was absent who was banned by the olympic committee but they tried to teach the president how to do a split as you can see, he didn't quite get down al makes it hard. i mean. >> i don't know why it's so funny but he is concentrating. president obama concentrating. >> more of a yoga piles. >> simone biles locks like a doll next to michelleobama she is so short. >> that's why she can do the flips. new way to chill on dunken ice. >> dunkin donuts announcing big
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big news for dunks lovers they are bottling the iced coffee. >> dunkin donuts will sell bottled beverages including iced coffee nationwide early next year. they say ready to drink coffee is more than 2 billion dollar business that's dominated by starbucks and pepsi co. >> i am wait for iv drip to go into my arm and i will be excited. >> we will hook you up. >> top stories weather and
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>> the news at 5 starts right now. developing news right now at 5, a boston neighborhood on alert. the fright ng attack -- fright ng attack and a search for a suspect. >> a man in court accused -- frightening attack and a search for a suspect. >> a man in court accused of attacking his nephew. >> and questions swirl about a deadly train crash in hoboken. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. thanks for joining us. i am chris mckinnon. >> i am kate merrill. it's friday september 30th. the end of the week and month and not such a great forecat for the weekend danielle. >> it's looking a little dreary and dismal. especially for the day tomorrow. there will be some wet weather pushing in to the region. 58 in wofton -- boston right now. 40s in nashua and manchester in the 40s. upper 30sin plymouth. coolest to the north because


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