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doug: we are following breaking news overnight -- pedestrians hit overnight. the latest in from that scene. antoinette: two children pulled from a swimming pool in lowell -- the party that ended with a call to police. mike: but i am tracking a threat for thunderstorms. announcer: you are watching wcvb , boston's news leader. antoinette: thank you so much for joining us. we have the 10:00 hour of the eye-opener underway. doug: it is sunday, august 21 and mike is standing by with a look at your weekend.
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evening, it all changes. skies are nice and clear, but off to the west, few sprinkles showing up. the real rain is hereby this cold front and as it pushes him, we are talking about rain as we head into the overnight hours. it tops off in the upper 70's. notice how the cloud cover thickens up, but still there is rain. we have to wait until at 10 :00. about 4:00 in the morning over the top of boston, that is where we see our downpours. antoinette: breaking news in east boston. one woman is dead and another injured after a crash on route one a southbound. police say both pedestrians were hit by a private bus near the courtyard marriott.
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several witnesses at the scene. the road was closed and has reopened. doug: police say three people were shot late last night. all victims were taken to local hospitals for treatment and are all expected to recover. no arrests right now at least do not have any leads on the suspect. two kids are in the hospital after being pulled from a swimming pool during a party in lowell. to people were at the house all afternoon before the kids who are preschool age were pulled from an above ground swimming pool. one neighbor said he performed cpr on a little girl and a little boy was in need of urgent help. we are told one of those children was on responsible -- was unresponsive. i will bring you new information as we get it.
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shooting that happened early saturday morning in dorchester. a man was killed and a woman was hurt. she's expected to recover. the police commissioner says officers have few clues as they search for the shooter. >> all we have is a black male with a blue hoodie seen running on deadly terrace, taking a left on deadly. but we need the public's help. doug: should call boston police. antoinette: boston firefighters are keeping an eye for flareups after a fire in west roxbury. they spent the night making sure the flames did not reignite. reporter: dry brush means plenty of fuel, leaving behind a center on saturday. >> we have no roads and no
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firefighters have to drag me hose hundreds of feet through the brush over rocks. reporter: as night fell, the effort to expose the fire continued. >> you could have dead wrenches. reporter: just 200 feet from the burning branches a home. the family just moved in last month and returned home to their house surrounded by red lights. house at the end of the street. reporter: firefighters say this is not an area where they typically see brushfires, but with a lack of rain, it doesn't see much. the good news is there were no injuries and no homes were in immediate danger. antoinette: two rio now where a
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in the closing ceremony. she was chosen after winning four gold medals. while much of the focus has been on the swimmer finally speaking about the armed robbery hoax, team usa hopes to continue dominating in this final day. reporter: a historic when in the meant 1500, blazing across the finish line, becoming the first american to metal gold in the event since 1908. relay, the u.s. held off the jamaicans. it was the sixth straight u.s. gold in the event. the u.s. has more gold medals -- she has more old metals than any other women in u.s. history. the american team dominant, winning gold. lashawn merritt running anchor. team usa basketball strikes old
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absolute dominance on the court, beating spain in the final game. this is the american women's sixth consecutive gold medal. gwen jorgensen overcome with emotion in the women's triathlon. she swam, bike and ran her way to the gold medal in the u.s. it's the first ever gold for any athlete in this event. the first time since he told what brazilian police called a fabricated version of the now international incident at this rio gas station. he talked to nbc news. >> that's why i am taking full responsibility. i over exaggerated that story. if i hadn't done that, we would not be in this mess. reporter: as the games close,
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, their first ever. it came with a high trauma of this penalty kick which set that crowd into hysterics. for those of you counting, the united states has a commanding lead with 116 metals, 43 of them gold. china is in second place with 70 metals followed by great britain. the u.s. hopes to add to the gold count today as the s. reflecting on rio. doug: we will hear about what it is like to be friends with the competition. plus the local firefighters ready to join the battle against district of wildfires. mike: a nice start to the day but i am tracking rain to the west moving this way. antoinette: and we do need the break from these drought conditions. the dry air stressing out the trees, making them vulnerable to
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watch out for in your backyard. doug: a local family using their farm stand to make a difference for others. antoinette: and we are staying on top of breaking news out of east boston overnight. one woman dead and another injured after a crash on route one a southbound. there were hit by a private bus.
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antoinette: welcome back. firefighters from across new england are battling dozens of wildfires that have burned hundreds of thousands of acres. 10 western states dealing with large fires right now. those fires will -- firefighters will likely be gone for three weeks working in extreme conditions. >> we get to see parts of the country we maybe would not want to see but we get to see them and we get to help people when they need it. antoinette: the firefighters tell us these trips out west could provide valuable lessons as new hampshire deals with doug: drought conditions. rain has not been falling but trees have. the eyeopener's david the act has more on what you can do to avoid trouble in your own backyard. reporter: cruise sought and hauled away what was left of this huge oak tree that came
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electrical storms. reporter: a few days earlier in reading, tree fell on a house and in new hampshire, this falling tree just missed hitting a woman and her car. >> you can see these branches are so brittle they snap right off. reporter: four years of dried weather have been starving trees , making them vulnerable to insect and disease. and disease we have not seen in many years because of the drought. reporter: the most recent survey shows a number of acres of damaged trees has more than tripled, mainly because of gypsy moss. among backyard trees worrying most about sugar maples, beaches and birches. more drought tolerant trees are
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twice as far out as the extent of the leaf canopy. right now it is over 80 degrees fahrenheit. he says don't waste your water on grass. it will bounce back. but the trees, the breaking point may be closer than you think. announcer: now, your stormteam 5 re antoinette: not just the dry and crunchy grass, you have the brush fire in west roxbury. mike: you have to be really careful with any kind of fire because it is really dry. exceptional drought in many areas. what we need is the moisture and when you get a tropical system that moves in, you don't want
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watching in the atlantic, this is fiona. it is barely holding tropical storm status. it looks like it will head to bermuda with some beneficial rain. we have fiona sitting out there and we have this area sitting right through here. it doesn't have enough wind with it but we put all of our computer models together instead we sometimes refer to this as the spaghetti model because a looks like a plate of spaghetti. all of them heading toward puerto rico, maybe toward florida. then there's more behind it because this area is coming off the coast of africa.
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atlantic and they get into the warm water and can really told in the storm. this is the one to watch. what's going to happen with this in the next 10 days? that's the hurricane as it shows up on the computer model. this is where they think they will be on august 30. looks like a fairly significant hurricane at this point but it lookse start to watch the breeding ground for the hurricanes to develop. this is the prime time when you can get those type of storms. clear skies around us. out ahead is where the thunderstorms are. look at the real estate behind it. wish we had somewhat weather ahead of it to enjoy. still plenty of sunshine and an
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temperature down. what is going to happen today is by 6:00, a lot of clouds sitting around and maybe a few sprinkles in the western part of the state, but at 6:00, it's in new york state and starts to march its way eastward. at about midnight, we see it approached the worcester hills and arriving in the boston hills 3 morning commute, it could be on the slow side. a beautiful day after that and several beautiful days ahead. over the next several days, let me show you what's going to happen. tomorrow, the showers in the morning, sunshine in the afternoon and 82 degrees. low humidity and lots of sunshine.
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time we get to friday afternoon and clearing. heading back into summertime weather but those temperatures on tuesday morning will feel really chilly out there. antoinette: here are the stories we are following on the eye-opener. doug: the president of turkey is brimming i -- is blaming isis for attack that killed 20 people. dozens more people are hurt on top of those. 14 years old. turkey has been hit by a wave of terror attacks over the past year, most blamed on isis. antoinette: police in alabama are trying to find motives for the deaths of five people. it not clear how the victims were killed but a suspect is behind bars after turning himself in. that suspect knew at least one
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police, alerting them as to what happened in alabama. doug: people in watertown urged to take precautions after mosquitoes have tested for the west nile virus. it's not unusual for them to carry viruses in warm weather. one woman is the first case this season. antoinette: a soggy's top -- soggy start could not stop the red sox in detroit. that. then big papi scratch -- stopping to take a selfie before crushing a two run blast out to the right. the sox would go on to win three-two in the final. the gymnast 13 numeral.
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biles. >> even though we are competing, most people think it's against each other, we don't take it that way. the best we can do is the silver medal. antoinette: she won the silver all around metal and the silver for her floor routine and a gold for the final. she credits her parents and late grandmother for giving her extra push of confidence to win. doug: five for good this morning and a mom with a gift for gardening helping struggling families blossom. she is battling infertility with a simple farm stand. reporter: this is her idea of perfect -- a morning in her garden with her girls. the planting started five years ago just as a hobby.
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her gift for growing, and overabundance. >> you guys can't eat all of this. reporter: it was extra that she started sharing with patients. >> they started offering money and i gave it in -- ticket and gave it to charity. reporter: she's passionate about the scholarship foundation that helps people struggle with pregnant moms. everyone should have that opportunity if they wanted and it should not be a financial issue stopping them from having a family. >> we give financial assistance to individuals diagnosed with infertility from adoption to surrogacy. reporter: thanks to her
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more than $1500 right here in her office. reporter: >> we will see where it goes. reporter:each day, she reveals when her stand as -- when her stand is open and what is available. >> people have so many talents and can support you in so many ways. reporter: she says it feels amazing that as her garden grows, so do loving families. that's what is better than to be able to give people their great work in the. from coast to coast, a 93-year-old world war ii veteran antoinette: jogs across the country. his inspiring mission to raise some much needed money. doug: the next step in virtual reality being developed that i.t.. what this new technology can do that has hollywood calling.
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and we go live to hampton beach. better get your spot before the beach fills up. 80 degrees already. a nice d fios is not cable. we're wired differently, which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios. this is ryan. you can't tell me this cord isn't in. i know it's in. it's in, but it's not working.
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mike: a beautiful view over the city right now.
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temperatures are 80, 85 degrees. eventually, that rain starts to move our direction. a few sprinkles here or there. the bulk of the rain doesn't come until later on tonight. showers and storms, and the overnight hours, you could be awakened by a rumble of thunder as this line works its way eastward across the state. by the time we g afternoon, we are talking about a lot of sunshine in the forecast. nighttime thunderstorms today, early morning rain and cool and dry conditions in the upper 70's. antoinette: looks good. a 93-year-old veteran is inspiring people across the country with a major achievement. he just ran from coast to coast.
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veterans. he is 93 years old. it took him three years, running three days a week to make it from california to georgia. he finished the journey yesterday surrounded by 200 of his newest friends. his mission is to raise money to send a ship to normandie france for the anniversary of the d-day landing. he was a medic on a similar ship and says those are the people who deserve admiration, not give the people credit who built them and sailed on them. almost every servicemen has been on one between world war ii and vietnam. and now there's none left. doug: god bless him. he raised more than $16,000 to get the ship across the atlantic. antoinette: and look at him go. he is an inspiration. doug: he should be admired for
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antoinette: donald trump with several campaign stops and his new effort to revamp his image. doug: a teacher in templeton facing serious charges. the accusations that landed him behind bars and how the local school is responding. antoinette: a live look outside over boston. check out those loose guys. a gorgeous start to your sunday.
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doug: finally, we have a shot at some rain. how long it moves in after that. antoinette: a deadly pedestrian crash in he's boston. the search for clues right now. doug: a local teacher under arrest -- the allegations that stunned the community in templeton. announcer: you are watching wcvb , boston's news leader. eyeopener. antoinette: it is 10:30 on your sunday. doug: a beautiful sunday out there. mike: let's talk about what is going on right now. starting to see some clouds. that's where it's going to be
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it's going to take a wild but look at these clear skies behind it. if we miss this, we don't have any rain to talk about until friday of this week. a southeasterly wind going on. losing to a half minutes every day of daylight. eventually, that rain off to the west start moving this way but it doesn't get here until the middle part of theta just in time for your morning commute. at least we are talking about some rain which will be good. we will talk about how much you can expect coming up from the tropics. doug: we are several breaking stories overnight. antoinette: an injury after a crash on route one a southbound just after 2:00 this morning.
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marriott. the driver is cooperating. boston police have been talking to witnesses. doug: more breaking news out of boston. three people shot lays last night. all the victims were taken to hospitals for treatment and are expected to recover. no arrests as of right now and police do not have any leads on suspects. antoinette: two kids are in the hospital after being pulled from a swimming pool after a party in lowell. the kids who are preschool age were flown to boston hospital. it's not clear how they are doing this morning. doug: boston firefighters are making sure he blazed is not reignite in roxbury today. the fire broke up -- broke out yesterday. antoinette: a teacher in trouble right now accused of having inappropriate contact with a student. police bumgarner say this
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school. >> everybody liked him and said that he was their favorite. reporter: a trusted teacher behind bars as police investigate inappropriate contact from a teacher. he was arraigned in gardner on charges of living -- of trafficking a person r >> i guess that's why it comes as such a shock. reporter: the investigation began earlier this month when they received information pertaining to the history teacher. they interviewed a former student with him he had a relationship after graduation. that led police to believe he was in contact with a minor over this past year. templeton and worcester police
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was arrested. >> very unsettling thinking one of these teachers was like that. reporter: the letter reads we are developing a support plan for when our students and staff return to school. there's nothing more important than the emotional and physical safety of our children. they added that he was placed on paid administrative leave and must have no contact with students. antoinette: police are investigating a stabbing that left one person with serious injuries. police responded to 74 broadway around 9:00 last night. police do have a suspect in custody right now.
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coming to the rescue after a cape and harbor torba reported it was taking on water. a nearby charter fishing vessel offered some assistance. all passengers were safety -- safely back to school an hour later. doug: donald trump is headed to ohio tomorrow. he spent last night trying to win over minority voters. here's what he is saying about the republican party's african americans. mr. trump: i want a totally inclusive country and i want and inclusive party. reporter: donald trump has a new pitch to minority voters and a new admission. mr. trump: the outreach to the african-american community is in an area where the republican party must do better. and it will do better. reporter: just days into the
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his new hispanic advisory board, the weekend marked by protests and outrage sparked in part by this stark plea. mr. trump: what do you have to lose? you live in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs. 58 percent of your use is unemployed. >> the vast majority are not living in poverty. we are working hard americans. reporter: some trump supporters are not ready to embrace this sut. max he might have a tough phil to follow. >> hillary clinton is going to take us further down the road into despair. >> it's time to wake up. african americans, wake up, let's give the man a chance. doug: in virginia, trump did reiterate his plan to stop illegal immigration say border crossers are to blame for
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clinton will be fundraising in provincetown after spending last night in nantucket. that's after a fundraiser. it will feature singer and actress share. antoinette: on the record this morning, one of the most provocative questions on the ballot, the effort to legalize recreational marijuana and massachusetts. four states, colorado, oregon and alaska have marijuana use. it will allow adults 21 and older to use and cultivate marijuana. the drug would be regulated and taxed. advocates dispute claims that pot is a gateway drug. >> i would like to see a scientific study that shows that because we have not a single credible scientific study that shows marijuana is a gateway to anything. if it is a gateway, it is a
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both legal. early use of tobacco is a gateway to other substances. antoinette: you can watch "on the record" right after this newscast. that's followed by "matter of fact and then darlene love is on "cityline" today at noon. doug: on the second anniversary of boston keeper initiative, the city is announcing a new grant. nonprofits can apply to support young man of color. the grant will help expand the commitment to close the achievement gap. >> we need to make sure we have programs, they need to be -- they need to be substantial programs. we have to put them on a path to something. we need to reduce violence and provide second chances.
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progress report from my brother's keeper, saying findings show a need to coordinate programs across the city. antoinette: a consumer alert for college students and their parents strapped with high tuition bills. doug: the new warning from the irs. and a toddler trapped under a boat in the -- and the air pocket that helped to save her life. antoinette: making virtual reality even more real. the cutting-edge research ringing real life and virtual characters in your forecast today. doug: and we continue to follow breaking news from east boston. one woman dead and another injured after a crash on route one a. boston ems telling us they were hit a private us to the courtyard marriott. courtyard marriott. oh, dishwasher, why don't you dry my dishes? oh, he doesn't know any better. you just need to
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and not enough moms. narrator: women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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your heart loves omega-3s. but the omega-3s in fish oil differ from megared krill oil. by your body. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. antoinette: a warning this morning on a scam targeting college students and their families. the irs is people are calling up victims pretending to be irs agents, demanding immediate
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federal student tax and they are convincing. they know the victims names and other information the irs says they will never ask her payment over the phone. doug: pokemon go has become the hottest game of the summer, searching for virtual objects hidden in the real world. researchers at m.i.t. are working to take that idea a step forward, bringing the real world into the game. antoinette: w how they do that in this morning's cutting edge. reporter: to win at pokemon go, you try to find their friends hidden all over the world. lots of fun, but the characters are just there floating in space. what if the characters were part of the scene and your phone, meaning the object reacted your movement. one researcher at m.i.t. is making that happen.
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settle that uri would not notice it. reporter: every image has vibration. here, they are studying this tiny vibrations and by doing that, they are trying to bring the real world into the virtual world. here is how it works. as he pounds his fist on the table, look carefully and you might see the wire figure vibrate just a little. >> what does that motion tell you about the object itself? reporter: he takes a few seconds of video and loads it into his dynamic program. that shows how the figure behaves. >> different objects prefer to vibrate at different frequencies and in different shapes. if you can learn that information, it tells you a lot about how the object responds.
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interaction with gaming and hollywood is already taking notice. the system could create more lifelike special-effects. a youtube video got hundreds of dozens of use in just a few weeks. >> people do seem to be interested, which is exciting. this is why i spent all that time because this is cool. already have six patents on their work. what you see in the research lab will be showing up on your smart phone and in hollywood before too long. so kids, do your homework. amazing stuff. mike: everyone should we happy. you've got a decent day today.
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any showers today will stay in the western part of the state. we have to wait until midnight or beyond until we start talking about rain in our forecast. we've got this moisture feeding in and this rental boundary. this is your opportunity for rain. this is just a bunch of dry air and that is what will be moving in this week. eight miles an hour and the dew point which measures how much moisture in the air. uncomfortable you feel. right now, the dew point is manageable. you will notice temperatures coming up and the clouds moving in. upper 70's to around 80 degrees. a little bit of elevation keeping you just a tad cooler, but as you go to the south shore, cooler along the beach.
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is where we will see the clouds roll in and you will be enjoying temperatures into the 70's. here it comes with nice and cool refreshing air. plenty of sunshine. let's talk about the cloud cover and the rain coming in. more clouds and sunshine. you will notice the clouds really start to roar in. hours, there comes the batch of showers. by midnight, another three hours, we put it right in the central part of the state. this is where most of us start to see our rain. by the time you get to 6:00, most of it is in the cape cod area. by late tomorrow morning, the sun is out you notice the humidity coming down.
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forecast. the occasional downpour overnight. some areas if you are under one of those downpours, you can get an inch of rain very quickly. when we say a quarter to a half-inch, that is on average how much we are expecting. this is tropical storm fiona. it will start to diminish and maybe just some light rain showers. here comes the shot of dry and cool air with high-pressure settling in for several days. your seven-day forecast starts out with 82 degrees and then tuesday morning, it may have a feel of fall to it as it will be
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into the 40's. we and at about 78 degrees but low humidity. that sets us up for a chance of thunderstorms on friday with perhaps another 90 degree day moving in. doug: did he say 40's? i want to make sure i heard that right. antoinette: ice cream. janus seymour says if you are going to have ice cream, go go or go home. >> ice cream, new tele-, chocolate sauce, brownies, vanilla wafers, coconut, with cream. it is going to be outstanding. reporter: your eyes are not
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and i can't dive in fast enough. >> we started seeing it out of australia coming across the country. it's a big in new york right now. we wanted to be the first one in boston to start this craze. reporter: head to boston burger company, known for their outrageous burgers. the say conquer if you dare. >> you're looking at a 16 ounce on top of the amenities to go with it. reporter: each one is made with tender loving care and patrons give them two thumbs up. >> we will give you whatever you want. it has been great. reporter: social media has
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following. >> we put something down in front of somebody in here comes the camera. it goes to instagram, facebook, twitter, snapchat, you name it. reporter: some of them, with a kick. >> we give them, and dailies along with a few cookies for decoration. reporter: and the good news is that it is bathing suit season and these are doug: tomorrow on chronicle, vermont, step aside. making noise and picking up awards for goat cheese, mozzarella and more. fresh as can be from massachusetts very farms. that's tomorrow at 7:30 on "chronicle. antoinette: everything they do is making me hungry this morning.
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i just want to roll in it. moving on, leading this team. antoinette: the olympian who will carry the lag for the united states in the closing ceremony. and we are following the breaking news out of east austin. a woman dead and another injured after an overnight crash in the highway. investigators try to figure out investigators try to figure out ur introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on.
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news and east boston. one woman is dead and another injured after a crash on route one a southbound. both pedestrians were hit by a private bus in the courtyard marriott. the driver is cooperating. boston police have been talking to several witnesses. antoinette: police say three people were shot last night in mattapan. all the victims were taken to local hospitals for treatment. they are expected to recover. a suspect. doug: two kids are in the hospital after being pulled from a swimming poll -- swimming pool at a home on freedom lane. neighbors say people were at the house all afternoon before the kid to our preschool age were pulled from an above ground pool. both were flown to boston hospital. it's not clear how they are doing this morning. antoinette: a toddler is alive and to an air pocket and life
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florida when there wrote it in thing and capsized. her parents could hear her crying but could not find her. she was under the boat floating with her head above water in the air pocket. she was under the boat for about an hour but is expected to recover. doug: gymnast simone biles will carry the flag in she was chosen by the u.s. olympic team. the united eight has a commanding lead with 116 medals including 43 gold medals. antoinette: but who's counting. doug: we in the united eight love to do that. it happened so quick. mike: we have a chance for rain but probably not until after the sun goes down.
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afternoon. some rain in the morning but sunshine by the afternoon. tuesday, low humidity and 78 degrees. wednesday a little warmer. toward the end of the week, the humidity comes up and antoinette: another chance for thunderstorms on antoinette: friday. we need that rain tonight. doug: when i look for solutions, i don't start in washington, and has all the answers.arty you know where i find common-sense ideas? right here in new hampshire... where i'm fighting for the good-paying jobs that strengthen our economy. i worked to make childcare more affordable and make it easier to save for college. i've worked across party lines on clean air and energy efficiency efforts... and to strengthen social security and medicare. together, we're making
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and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. fo 's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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emily: it's time to go on the record. -- ed: it's time to go on the record. >> i called extreme vetting. our country has enough problems. ed: isis strategy asking for black votes and again reorganizing his campaign. donald trump 3.0? >> because she knows one that donald trump does not know. never ever that -- never been a good bet to bet against the united states of america. ed: hillary clinton gets a little help from her friends. >> to legalize or not to legalize, looking at ballot question 4. ed: voters will decide of recreational marijuana is legalized and our guest is jim borghesani of yes on 4.

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