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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 and it's friday september 30th and at 6 a toddler attacked. his uncle accused of attempted murder. the charges he faces in worcester this morning. >> and new developments in a mystery at sea a new search warrant served and fbi now on the case. >> and a warning for women following a sexual jamaica plain. >> a lot of news on in their friday morning but first the forecast on this dreary friday more of the same. >> more rain is on way. >> showers that actually develop over us during the day today. good morning. and happy friday. we made it to the end of the week. it's cool start north and west of boston. 46 in keene. 49 in worcester. 58 in boston and 50 in lawrence. of us in the upper 50s. there will be -- most of us in the upper 50s.
sunshine. enjoy it while it lats it -- last. rain to the west stays there. and rain south of nantucket continues to lift north and that's where we are looking at rare yays of rain -- areas of rain filling in it won't be until late morning and midday along the south coast. the rest of us wait until the afternoon for scattered showers and a few downpours. they will stick around for the evening commute. scattered in nature and temperatures in the 50s throughout the course of the day today. more wet weather tomorrow. we will time that out for the weaning coming up. no >> reporter: we are still watching that accident on 24 north at 128 up here in randolph. it's blocking the right holder. see the backup is really building fast. traffic is now backed up to exit 18 and route 27 in brockton. this is going to add 25 minutes to your morning commute. good news is you can avoid 24 north a couple good alternate routes will be route 138 or 28 you can take those both back up to 128.
this morning his uncle is headed to court to face attempted murder charges. >> neigh coal -- nicole jacobs is live with the latest. >> reporter: that boy is going to be okay. he suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. but many in the neighborhood are still questioning how or why he would be hurt allegedly at the hands of his uncle. police audio transmission detail the 911 call. >> he killed nephew and says he left him in the apartment. >> reporter: lincoln village apartments in worcester an officer there working a detail was the first to respond. authorities entered the apartment and fortunately the little boy was not dead. >> and hope that little boy is going to be okay. >> reporter: neighbors in the area were shaken. one snapping this photo of a man taken into custody. >> it made me scared and made me want to keep my kids in the house because i figure if you can do this to your family then you can do it to pretty much anybody. >> reporter: police say it was
charge of baby sitting him while the father was at work instead assaulting him multiple times. this man who doesn't want to be identified heard the child in distress. >> sound like he was screaming but i mean, just pretty much crying and sometimes screaming. >> reporter: still many questions surrounding exactly what happened here. but this one most disturbing for residents. >> who would hurt a little kid? >> reporter: is 21-year-old taj mcdonald who is set to face a judge today. facing multiple charges including attempted murder. live in worcester nicole jacobs wbz this morning. >> thank you very much. disturbing story there. the fbi is now involved in the investigation into a mother who went missing during a trip at sway her son last night police searched a search warrant in the home of linda carman investigators were seen taking
look into whether herson nathan played a role in his disappearance. she is presumed dead now. her son nathan was rescued sunday after spending 8 days in a raft. he says the boat suddenly took on water and sank and denies any involvement in her disappearance. investigators are also taking a new look at unsolved murder of his wealthy grandfather. he he was killed three years ago. nathan was the last person to see hem alive and was once -- him alive and was once a person of interest in the crime. we are developing stories two people hit by a tow truck at a intersection in new ton. 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 are searching for a suspect after two men were stabbed in a movie theater parking lot. this happened at 7 last night at the amc braintree 10 theater. the victims two men from hingham both 36 years old were
with nonlife-threatening injuries. and a warning from police after a sexual assault injamaica plain a woman said a man wearing a mask threatened her with a gun took her cell phone and sexual hi assault her. she says it happened 1:30 in the morning in the area of gayhead and mendon street. police say don't walk alone if possible and be aware of your surroundings. if you have information call police. this morning federal investigators are trying train crash in new jersey. the train was going too fast when it came into the station but it is unclear as to why. a mother who was standing on the platform was killed by debris more than 100 others were injured. the wbz louisa moller is live in hoboken new jersey with the latest on the investigation. louisa. >> reporter: well chris it's the first full day for federal investigators of the tragic crash and that means reviewing material from the train and
engineer who survive the crash 72 hours prior to the incident as well as his medical history. >> i have heavy structural damage and people trapped on the train. >> reporter: the historic hoboken terminal building remains closed to commuters this morning as federal investigators work to recover event recorders from the mangled new jersey transit train inside. >> the canopy of the building is on top of the controlling car. additionally because of the possibility of asbestos. >> reporter: witnesses say the train was traveling at a high speed when it slammed through a barrier and into the platform. >> the lights went off and people started screaming. >> reporter: in the midst of the chaos strangers stepped in to help the injured including this pregnant woman. >> the baby is fine but the ceiling of the train fell on my head. >> reporter: 34-year-old fabiola bittar
crash as she stood on the platform. >> it started for a regular -- as a regular day for the poor woman and it's kind of scarry. >> reporter: the engineer was injured in the accident but released from the hospital yesterday. the 48-year-old had close to 20 years of experience as an engineer. >> he loved he loves his job. we are just so sad. so sad. >> reporter: officials will also be looking at whether positive train control could have prevented the incident deploys when trains run above the speed limit but not just installed on the tracks. investigators will be reviewing footage from the train's outward facing cameras. live in hoboken new jersey louisa moller wbz this morning. new hampshire senate race is a dead heat and today voters will get to see both candidates square off. kelly ayotte a republican and maggie hassan the state's
the first of 6 dehe bates. it will be later this morning at the north conway grand hotel. and massachusetts senator elizabeth warren has come out against charter school expansion. voters will decide whether tolift the cap can on the number of charter schools allowed as part of a ballot question this november. this week warren put out a statement saying she would vote no on the question. governor baker supports lifting the cap and the labor unions oppose it. exclusive new poll gives insight on what massactt leaders. >> wbz political analyst jon keller joins us live this morning with the details and the results jon. >> reporter: good morning chris and kate. who's the most popular politician in massachusetts? for now the champ is supreme and according to the poll 700 likely voters that champ would be governor charlie baker. who has a strong 63% favorable rating with only 24% unfavorable. now, that's down a bit from the
boston mayor walsh is not far behind with a 5 #% approval rating and same unfavorable as for-- baker and senator warren 46%. while the election may be coming to an end political insiders are contemplating the 2018 election where will feature races for governor and u.s. senate here in massachusetts. and in trial matchups fo amherst poll found baker willbeat the top dem crack healy by a 18 point and defeats mayor walsh but look at this, 4th district congressman joe kennedy ties baker in a potential matchup. looks like the kennedy name still has bounce around here. now senator warren would face an easy reelection in 2018 if
schilling follows through 19 point marge n but check out the warning signs she beats the lieu pent governor by 4 points. and defeating former governor bill weld by just 3. both results within our polls 4.1% margin of error now when we asked voters what word comes to mind when they think of baker and warren baker was dominated by je competent honest and fair. while war n's word cloud featured positive statements like strong, smart and fighter. the single most prominent word for her was "liar" so chris and kate that's a little by the bit of a flashing red light about the future. listen up senator, back over to you. >> we will have to pay attention. keeps ongoing. >> at least it's a little more positive than the presidential candidates. >> that's very true kate.
to big papi. >> red sox begin a 3-day celebration for david ortiz. we are live at fenway with the details and how the yankees honored the designated hitter. >> also ahead a new commuter rail station opening up this morning but it's not quite finished yet. >> and real balancing act for president obama as aly raisman stops by the white house. >> and good morning everybody. so it's friday. we made it to the end of the week. the bus stop clouds and -- forecast featuring clouds and showers and you may want the umbrella or raincoat. i had my first school visit yesterday and i what blast with the 4th graders in haverhill. the pom poms and the tigers what blast and they knew a ton about the weather and i hope you guys have great rest of the cool jeer -- school year. you watching wbz this morning.
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teammates tried to teach the president how to do a split. and as you can see, he is doing a yoga pose than a splat but don't recommend it in that -- split but i don't recommend it in that suit. >> the only split that would happen would be my pants. >> he's good sport for trying it. so danielle friday is here and moth such a nice day to start weekend. >> no. it's little gloomy or dreary pattern here that's continuing over the next several days. temperatures are in th it's 58 in boston and it's 50 in lawrence but 40 north and wet of town where we had partial clearinger night. any sunshine we will have will be limited and enjoy it while it last. you will see north and west of boston partial clearing took place. clouds will fill back in and there's a few things we are watching. see the areas of rain south of nantucket back down south of the south coast. all of this is going to be working northward today. there's another batch to the west. but this is going to stay there
couple days. so let's time things out to make your plans for today through the weekend. between now and early afternoon, areas of rain will fill in. some downpours but notice the exception north of the mass pike it takes until mid to late afternoon for scattered showers to arrive. scattered showers around for the evening commute home and for friday evening plans too. so heading out on the town have the wet weather gear. pockets of rain continue tonight. tomorrow, and not looking so grade. area of rain. this is good news for the drought. this is not rainfall. but we will welcome any sort of rain drops that false falls this weekend. -- falls this weekend. scattered showers and down pours this afternoon and a few pockets of drizzle as well saturday evening. sunday looks drier overall looks like we get a batch of rain predawn and this is the map by 9 a.m. it's mostly off the coastline at that point and it is a brief passing shower in the afternoon. there's not a lot of green on the map here. so i think a lot of sunday will
looking at the drier of the two sunday most of us end up with either side of a inch of rain and there may be locally higher amounts over an inch and half. 55 and 60 today is it. rain tonight. patchy fog falling back into mid-50s for most us. gusty northeast breeze a nor'easter continuing during the day tomorrow. 55 to 60 yet again a little improvement on sunday will be right around or over 60. that persistent onshore wind wi 2 storm 100-mile-per-hour winds gusting to 120 matthew's eye is trying to kind of organize here and will likely become a major hurricane later on today or tonight. next week we see some improvement as more and more sunshine breaks out and cool running in the 60s. breana. >> reporter: we have an update on the accident on 24 north inrandolph that has been cleared but you can see that the the damage has been done. or at least for a while it will
to clear out. checking in on the expressway, it's really parking lot and bogged down like this from furnace brook parkway up to south bay. 30 minutes to get from the split to the pike. today the mb-ta opens the new commuter rail station on the fitchburg line but construction is not finish. so service will be limited until november. once everything is up and running it will be fully accessible to rideers were disabilities and have parking chris. >> sounds good thanks very much breana. we know david ortiz is a cut above the rest now the fenway grounds crew proving it by mowing a likeness of big papi in center field. >> it's not easy to do. it's one of several tributes set for the weekend. chantee lan it is live at fenway with a closer look at what the team is planning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's going to be fun and exciting here and it's about
final three regular season games here at fenway park david ortiz was honored by the yankees in pregame on field ceremony thursday night. ortiz and his family came up and receive gifts and he was presented with a leather book full of greetings and well wishes from yierveg yeas -- yankees past and present and future hall of famer rivera helped unveil a oil painting of big papi and possibly the best expect applause all night long by the yankees stadium crowd. >> great ceremony you know. i want to personally thank the yankees for taking their time and hono me and my career you know. it was -- honoring me and my career you know it was very professional and nice ceremony and i want to thank them. >> reporter: red sox plan their own tribute the phenyl weekend of the regular season this
on the plans, one massive part of the festivities can be seen from above. wbz skyeye spotted a larger than life portrait of ortiz cut into the center field grass at fenway park. portrait shows ortiz pointing to the sky as he does after each home run he hits. and it will be pregame celebrations here andn all three games fans are encouraged to arrive early gates open two hours before the start of the game. live at fenway chantee wbz news. >> all right. and another big honor for david ortiz the house passed a bill yesterday to rename the brookline avenue bridge the big papi bridge. fans across the -- cross the bridge to watch sox games at fenway. the legislation or legislators says the honor is not just for play but many charitable contributions. the bill now goes to the senate. let's hope they keep on winning so we can keep him around for a little longer. >> keep him as long as
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
welcome back. 6:24. newton he's mayor speak out after student were caught on camera waving a confederate fling outside newton north high school. mayor says the incident is unacceptable. he spoke with students yesterday and he will meet with them again next week. the superintendent tells the boston globe that he cannot reveal what punishment the students involved are facing because of privacy issues. but police are still investigating. a day care chain under
state revoked -- shutting its doors. state revoked the licenses for list of problems and stopped paying child care vouchers to terri's little pumpkins. the photos of the dead mice that you see came from the kitchen of the revere location. the state says they failed to properly feed children had insufficient staffing and late payments to employees. >> i don't even see myself getting a paycheck i come for employees. >> no comment. >> i am really frustrated. like i said the things she was doing she should have seen this coming. we should have been warned. >> state child care vouchers accounted for 90% of the funding and in a letter to employees they were told without state fund they won't be paid. a dog stuck up to its neck in mud rescued.
from the muddy pond near liberty square a local vet is taking care of the dog. have the outers are hoping the owner comes forward. riders of the big e rescued after an amusement park ride got stuck. firefighters used a ladder to take the riders down one by one on the wipe-out ride after they sat there for hours. no one was hurt and investigators are looking into what went wrong. we have a will the more coming up in the next half-hour including a neighborhood on edge. >> a manhunt for two suspects after an armed home hanson. >> and recognize this man? police in cambridge want to talk to him in connection with an incident that least
developing news right now at 6:30a. tow truck hits two people at a bessy intersection in newton. the latest on the investigation. >> also developing a movie theater park lot turned crime scene. taboo people -- two people stabbed in braintree the search for a suspect. >> and we are live in new jersey with the latest on the investigation into the train crash. technology being worked on here
studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. >> good morning 6:30 on the dot i am chris mckinnon. >> i am kate merrill it's friday and we are stuck in a pattern that if you have outdoor plans you are not going to like. >> i know. it's going to be gloomy okay we need the rainfall but yes it's going to be a wet weekend. somebody looks like the drier of the two weekend days a lot of clouds today. 58, 57, 58, we are going to hover in the upper of shores arriving as we head into early afternoon. 58 in boston right now. what you see is what you get for boston today. we are cooler north and west of town where we have had partial clearing overnight. and now clouds are going to start to fill back in from south to north. so any sunshine you have this morning enjoy it while it last. we will be limited and short live. rain lifting out over the mid and outer cape by mid to late
with -- raincoat with you today. a lot of clouds and an active breeze. chilly raw onshore wind with a gusts over 20 miles per hour at the coast and temperatures in the mid to upper 50s today with more scattered showers for the ride home. and temperatures in the upper 50s we will go through weekend to make the plans coming up. let's get you on the roads. how does it look. >> reporter: people need to watch out for a disabled vehicle on 9 the 3 south in woburn blocking the left commerce way it's starting to cause a small pocket of heavy traffic in that area. but it's nothing major and if you look way up the top of the screen further north 93 south in andover u can -- you can see more heavy traffic. as for expressway no changes there. still crawling along from quincy up to south bay. chris. >> thanks very much. we are following several developing stories for you this morning. two people hit by a tow truck at a bessy intersection in newton. at least one of the victims
street and langly road after 7 last nightch the driver stopped so far no charges have been filed. right now braintree police searching for a 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 were rushed to south shore hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. warning for police after a sexual assault in jamaica plain a woman told officeers a with a gun took her cell phone and then sexually assaulted her. she said it happened around 1:30 thursday morning in the area of gayhead and mendon streets police urge people to be aware of your surroundings and when possible don't walk alone. if you have information, call police. 3-year-old boy attacked. this morning his uncle is heading to court to face attempted murder charges. >> nicole jacobs is live in worcester with the latest for us. nicole. >> reporter: chris, that little
year-old was hurt allegedly at the hands of his own uncle, they were completely disturbed by this. the man called police initially saying that he had killed his nephew and left him inside an apartment. police arrived and that little boy was alive conscious and alert. but police say he had been attacked several times. the injuries are nonlife threateling and authorities do believe the -- nonlife- threatening and the authorities believe the his uncle taj mcdonald was taken into custody and charged. neighbors in the lincoln village complex were shaken. >> it made me scared and made me want to keep my kids in the house because if you can do this to your own family you can do it to anybody. >> reporter: mcdonald faces several charges including attempted murder. nicole jacobs wbz this morning. >> thanks very much for the update this morning. president obooma has
all u.s. flags to fly at half- staff to honor israeli leader shimon peres. leaders across the world are atedding his funeral. the former president and prime minister of israel died on tuesday at the age of 93. president oand president clinton both delivered eulogies. secretary of state john kerry is also in attendance as is palestinian leader a abbas. yesterday donald trump rallied voters in new hampshire. he said to the devil when he gave support to hillary clinton and says she sold out her position as secretary of state alleging she gave fevers to people had donated to the foundation. >> every thing you need to know about hillary clinton sometimes referred to as crooked hillary can be understood with this simple but very important phrase, follow the money. >> hillary clinton trying to
voting started yesterday. she is taken a page out of president obama's book trial to -- trying to get ahead in bat ground states. she announced 40 new endorsements from republican officials. she will hold two rallies in florida. federal investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly train crash in new jersey. some officials say the train was going way too fast. wbz louisa moehler is live -- moller is live with >> reporter: it's the first full day for federal investigators as they try to determine as you said what caused the new jersey transit train to flow into the historic hoboken station at high rate of speed of the they will look at the train's data recorder and also surveillance video. they plan to interview the train's engineer 48-year-old thomas gallagher a man with 20 years of experience. the crash happened yesterday morning just before 9.
chaos as passengers tried to escape the crumpled metal and downed wires. one woman 34-year-old fabiola bittar de kroon a wife and mother was killed by debris while standing on the platform. more than a hundred others were injured. >> it started off as a regular day for the poor woman and her family no longer has her. it's kind of scary. >> reporter: now investigators will also look to see if positive train have prevented the incident that's a automatic breaking deck -- braking system that deploys what train is going over the speed limit. and at this point that technology has not been installed here at the tracks louisa moehler wbz this morning. >> like she said massachusetts is working to install that positive train control system. that system is supposed to be in place across the country by
extended to 2020 if goes are met. the cost to install here in our state is 485 million dollars but 08% of the bill is fun by the government. the search is on for two people waned in a home invasion in hanson. this is a photo of one of the suspects. four men wearing black hooded sweat shirts broke into home on main street before 11 yesterday morning. at least one what gun. local schools and neighbors were ordered to shelter in place as police searched the arrested two suspects. they will abe rained this morning. 6:37 now a woman knocked off her book by a pedestrian in cambridge and this morning police are asking the public for help to identify the suspect. this is the man they are looking for. police say he hit his shoulder against the bicyclist. knobbing her to the ground. the incident happened last week in inman square i'm cording to the globe the woman suffered a concussion. an update on a--
weymouth the woman tied up at bottom of the ravine lied to police she called 911 around 8 saying she was assaulted and left in the ravine. after the rescue police began an immediate investigation into her claims and they say she now admits she made the whole thing up. no word if she could face charges. a local man says he is grateful to police for returning a world war i sold yr's dog tag. we told you about this story yesterday morning. tag belonged to joseph e hughes randolph after a push for help from the public officer kevin aldred was able to track down the soldier's oldest living grandson and namesake a retired boston firefighter living in walpole. >> he probably had it on his neck when he was fighting the battles in france and now it is full circle all the way back to here to me. >> he says this inspired him to
domore research on the family's history. ahead top stories. >> the fbi is on the case of a history at sea and war new search warrant waser ised. >> imagine spending the day with tom brady matt damon and ben affleck. how you can win the date of a lifetime danielle sign me up. >> i think you entered too many times kate. i don't think there's a limit to how many times you can sign up. sounds good. temperatures right now 40s and 50s out the door for most of us. it's a bit of a cool start to the day along woo lot have been cloudy brian in belmont is checking in with a chilly 40 degrees right now. he says mostly clear calm and cool start to the day. brian clouds will be filling back in for you. we are tracking wet weather for the weekend. i will have the hour by hour
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t-shirt and it was uncomfortable. >> he wore it. >> he felt bad for you. >> clearly that is sore spot for you ben and sorry to bring it up. >> guys. hey. >> hey tom. >> hey tom. >> hey. tommy. >> what's newspaper there you go tom brady joins the call and calms them down all the mod money raised during the contest will go to charity they support donate 10 dollars to enter and the more you donate the more chances that you have to win. >> the problem i no mind if i won i would be so nervous i wouldn't be able to talk the whole time because i would be sitting there in awe of the three of them i would look stupid and i would be too embarrassed and i think i have to bow out. >> you will sit it out. >> if i win i will let you go. >> sweet thanks. >> you would be able to talk to them and not be nervous. >> i guess tom let's talk about roger goodell let's get the scoop on this. >> i would be a little nervous. >> totally. >> i wouldn't be able to talk i
hi. >> that's what you would do. you will get a lot of entries and it's for a good cause as well. let's stick with the sports theme okay. sox blue jays obviously the last couple games here. and it will be a little soggy and cool at fenway park. i would have the wet weather gear with scattered showers and for the game tomorrow night. 54 degrees. couple showers but i think it is going to be a drier day overall on sunday. that includes at fenway park kick off. cloudy and cool and maybe a brief shower. i am putting the risk at 30%. that's the 70% chance you stay dry. if i were going to gillette i would have the raincoat packed away or in the car. for tailgating in case but looks like we may stay mainly dry. 58 in boston right now. 49 in worcester. it's 47 in manchester because we have partial clearing overnight. clouds will fill back in where there is some sunshine this morning. so enjoy it the limited sun we
more wet weather back to the south. the band of rain stays to the west but more rain and that's what we are watching to fill in over the course of the day. while it may be a dry start this morning, look at that rain fills in from south to north between now and early afternoon. notice it takes long until mid to late afternoon a scattered shower in northern new england a lot of day is spent dry i should say in northern massachusetts southern new hampshire to late in the day and if you have friday evening plans hand have the wet weather gear pockets of rain tonight saturday areas of rain downpours in the morning and that will taper but only gradually. so even by 3 p.m., areas of rain and we are talking about a leftover shower through evening with patchy areas of drizzle as well. sunday morning we may get a brief batch of rain that comes through and the rest of the day should be mainly dry. notice not a ton of green showing up on the map. maybe a quick passing shower here or there. so sunday is the drier of the two weekend days overall. rainfall total the blue indicates half an inch to an
us. purples indicate locally higher amounts. there's spots that pick up an inch and half two inches of rain where the heaviest downpours come n welcome news to the drought but no drought busters. pockets of rain 55 to 60 today. and again tomorrow and sunday right around or just over 60 that persistent onshore wind is going to continue. hurricane matthew category 2 storm with 100-mile-per-hour sustained winds gusting to 120 and in the caribbean moving west at 14 and we will likely become a major hurricane by later on today or tonight. and impact to cuba jamaica and about a halas by the beginning part of next week. we will keep an eye on it in the eastern seaboard. sunshine breaks out for us though sill in the 60s. >> reporter: remember that disabled car in woburn? it's actually this accident. 6 cars parked in the breakdown lane blocking the right lane and this is 93 south. this is before exit 37 at
pocket of heavy traffic and backup in that area. and 93 is also really jammed through somerville and medford. if we look at the map you can see you're going to sit in traffic all the way from somerville through the tunnel. chris. >> thanks very much. it's 6:47. checking top stories for you on this friday morning a man will be in court today charged with attacking his 3-year-old nephew. >> police say the attack was so brutal 21-year-old taj mcdonald thought he killed the boy. the child sued his face and neck. mcdonald's facing a list of charges including attempted murder and indecent assault. the department of children and families is now working with investigators. >> the fbi join the investigation into the -- the fbi joined the investigation into a disappearance of a mother on a fishing trip with her son. police served a search warrant in the home of linda carman herson was rescued after spending more than week in a
person on boat which he said took on water and sank she is presumed dead. police are investigating after two people were sit by -- sit by a tow truck -- hit by a tow truck. it 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 are searching for a suspect after two men were stabbed in a movie theater parking lot. it happened around 7 last night at the amc braintree 10 hingham 36 years old were rushed to south shore hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the red sox and fans showing their love for david ortiz. >> and so do the yankees. we will have more on the retirement party for big papi
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wbz sports driven by b-mw test drive a bmw at massachusetts bmw center or visit bmw massom >> boston parting big papi style. they turned the grass into a tribute mowing a image of david ortiz into center field. and a live look right now outside of fenway park where the red sox put up this banner saying thank you to number 34. local law makers are pushing to rename a bridge near fenway park in big papi's honor. red sox pay tribute to david
tonight. >> dan roche has highlights from new york. >> a big night on thursday at yankee stadium as david ortiz was honored by the new york yankees. the biggest rival in pregame onfield ceremony. he and his family came out and received gifts. he was presented with a leather book full of greetings and well wishs from yankees past and present. certainly a nice gift then future hall of famer helped ortiz unveil a oil painting tipping the caps to the yankee stadium. best of all another gift he didn't expect he was applauded all night long bits yankee stadium crowd. >> great ceremony i want to personally thank the yankees for taking their time and honoring me and my career you know. it was vow pros fecialal and nice and i -- very professional
night and sunday, asking fans to be in the seats by 6:30 tonight and tomorrow. and at 2 for 3 clon 00 -- 3:00 game on sunday. the pats had a walk through and both qbs were on the field. garoppolo and brissett and blount was named afc offensive er september. we will preview the game on patriots all access tonight at 7 and we have vow yoferred on -- covered on sunday. pats host bills at 1 followed by the a 5 earth quarter -- 5th quarter post game show. >> time for a look at what hecoming up on cbs this morning. >> norah good morning. >> good morning ahead on cbs this morning we are in hoboken new jersey with the latest on the investigation into the
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.
rescued at sea says he didn't harm his mother or kill his grandfather. >> two closest people to my son in the world. >> a 2-year-old run over by her 7-year-old sifter. >> questioning why the -- sifter. >> questioning why the 7 consider sister. >> questioning why the-- sister. >> questioning why the 7-year- old had the keys. >> i prepared to be president. >> residents honking mad over a influx of geese. >> a growing goose problem. >> it's public health issue. >> red sox happy awesome. >> thanks. >> yankees fans with a huge error during last night's game. >> yankees fans can't do anything right. >> and that is why you don't do that publicly. >> big papi hitting road in disguys and giving fans a big lift how do you not know it's big papi you get in the front seat. >> and drive around i would be like let me enter a new defendant initial we are going to hang out all day in the car and drive all over place.
know it was big papi. >> they knew. >> they had to have. >> right who rolls up in that kind of car. >> exactly. >> right. >> something is up. >> so the weekend doesn't look great we could use the rain it's not a drought buster but it's welcomed news areas of rain drier on sunday and improvement the next week. >> thanks for spending your week with us. cbs this morning is coming up next. >> see you
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