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and and then, the product giving you baking. thank you for joining us, i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer. >> what a difference a day makes. calm out there but cool. >> and people were just waking up and seeing the damage, so a cool morning. refreshing out there. almost the feel of fall and look at the satellite picture. there is not a cloud to be found anywhere, even widening out the we have a quiet weather pattern. a cool start but once the high pressure drifts off to the east, we increase the temperature. 61 in boston, but any of the suburbs are into the 50s right now. we have got 40s up here through orange, jaffrey down towards norwood, and that extends down through taunton where we're seeing 47 degrees. the cape holding temperatures
what's going to happen in boston today? it is sunshine all the way across the board. a bit of a sea breeze may keep the temperature back just a couple of degrees right near the shoreline, but inland we should be seeing the high temperatures right up around 80 degrees, and maybe the low 80s in a few spots. that sea breeze that's setting up, inland a westerly breeze, most of the day today, and humidity and temperatures start to come up a bit tomorrow, and much more on thursday, and i am tracking thunderstorms for friday. we'll talk more about that thunderstorm threat coming up in a few minutes. but now it is time to check on morning. weather is beautiful. i hope the traffic is, as well. how is it, olessa? >> i wish that i could say that it was. a live look outside. and you can see the bridge here, this does not look too bad, southbound, but let's get to the maps because there are a few problem spots. south of town, we're watching this crash. 24 northbound, by 106, and you have delays back to 495, and the accident cleared on 128 at the braintree split but picks up the volume. about 25 minutes, braintree into
this crash involving an overturned car. this is on 495 north by 111 in foxborough. 93 south, delays south of 495. and then stop and go down to the bridge. so far trains and buses on schedule. randy: breaking overnight a delivery person is hurt after a shooting in boston. this was the scene at 1:30 this morning. in the dorchester neighborhood, the extent of the victim's injuries is unclear and police have said nothing about any arrests. right now police are searching for the man who dragged a woman to a playground and attacked her. emily: sera congi is live in boston with was we learned overnight. sera. sera: boston police say the man was on a blue bmx-type bike, and he told the victims that he had a knife. this happened in the south end near the area of greenwich park and claremont streets around 1:00 a.m. on monday. that is where the woman was approached by the man on the bike stating that he had a
carter playground where she was sexually assaulted. he ran towards davenport street. the victim described the man as hispanic, late 20s to mid moves, with brown, cropped hair. he had tattoos on his right arm and the back of his right hand. boston police are hoping anyone with information will come forward. sera congi, newscenter 5. emily: thank you. new this morning, prosecutors are calling for severe restrictions for the state trooper accused of range and girlfriend. robert sunberg boasted about his ankleel bracelet and threatened to bury the victim. he was released on bail after pleading not guilty to 14 counts of abuse. >> right now there is still some cleaning up to be done in concord, massachusetts after a tornado ripped through a section of that community. we're getting a look at the damage done there.
place. a hook echo showing up, and all the classic scenarios. what's unusual about it, that we had a tornado in the middle of the night. that hasn't happened since the 1970s. when the storm struck yesterday morning mark ran upstairs to check on his guest at the hawthorne inn. firefighters with atv's and chainsaws had to cut through the debris to free some of them. >> everyone is ok. lights are out, alarms are going off, and it was scary. we have 15 trees too much damage to the property, luckily. it has been there for 150 years, it looks as though it will be there for another 150. >> 39 homes were damaged from the ef-1 tornado which caught a path through concord. fortunately no one was hurt. that's the good news about the storms. randy: mike will look at the changes on the way in our forecast just ahead this morning. and also governor baker pledging to help people in concord clean up. he toured the damage yesterday
marlborough, the force of the winds, so strong that this massive storage shed was pushed back more than 50 feet, and that's not all. >> it split the lock open. the wind snapped it, and straightened it right now and ripped it right out. >> other parts of that town, large trees fell on power lines, ripping them down, and the height of the storm, more than 3,000 people lost their electricity. emily: today president barack obama heads to louisiana to t flooding in that region. parts of baton rouge saw as much as two feet of rain in just two days swamping homes as flooding hit neighborhoods. 13 people died in the flooding. about 60,000 buildings were damaged. sophomore than 100,000 people have applied for federal assistance. commitment 2016, hillary clinton taking to late night tv to talk about her health, and erika tarantal is tracking new developments from the campaign trail.
for claims that she is unfit for the white house. wacky. >> i don't know why they are saying this. i think on the one hand it's part of the wacky strategy. just saying all these crazy things and maybe you can get some people to believe you. on the other hand, it makes no sense. erika: surrogates have questioned clinton's health saying she looks tired. the republican candidate turned to immigration set for later this week. >> we are going to have extreme vetting. remember extreme vetting! we want people in our country but we want people that have the ability to love us and respect us. erika: donald trump is in texas and hillary clinton off the campaign trail but her running mate tim kaine will introduce a new plan on tax cuts for small
emily: thanks, emily. the state department is looking into 15,000 emails from clinton's private server uncovered as part of an fbi investigation. the department says the communications contain both personal and work relate material. a conservative legal group wants the emails released. earlier this summer the justice department accepted the fbi recommendation not to press criminal charges against clinton. randy: with restoration work underway in the massachusetts senate chamber on on be doing business in another part of the historic building. when the new term begins in january, senators will be meeting in the garden auditorium and another meeting room at the state house. the deterioration is being corrected. new this morning, the head of the embattled boston school is spelling out plans to address concerns in the classrooms. an investigators found school leaders failed to address six complaints about racial incidents, forcing the
returning long-time headmaster michael contompasis says the teachers will be undergoing targeting training this year and set new expectations for the students. >> police say some of the animals found dead on a west port farm died of starvation, 1,000 animals were taken. many dead, injured, and mistreated. and investigates are pouring over evidence found at the farm, including 17,000 photos. no one has been right now police are investigating after a 70-year-old lowell woman is struck and killed by a pickup truck in a school parking lot. it happened just before 11:30 yesterday morning at the murkland school. police are identifying the victim as claudia normandin. the driver was pulling out of a parking space. the driver stayed at the scene and is working with investigates. >> two people are facing charges, they are accused of robbing a woman studying to be a
beads. they were in a small bag that they thought was a wallet. vanessa young and crystal young are charged with armed robbery. police say vanessa pulled a knife on the 26-year-old victim who wants to become a nun. >> i took it as a sign, maybe they did have some bit of faith in them, in their life and upbringing and maybe that peace touched something in them because as soon as they saw the rosary they put the knife away. >> just down the street the sa break-in, and police did recover six cell phones, cash, and a stolen checkbook from there. >> new details on the electronic tolls opening on the pike. how much they will cost and the drivers being forced to pay more. and a man accused of hiding a camera in a women's bathroom. the decoy making it hard to find until someone noticed a key giveaway. >> new this morning, save money on international travels, simple ways the whole family can spend
>> well, cooler and more comfortable weather today, how long this fall feel will last is straight ahead, but first here's what to expect, a chilly start this morning, lots of sunshine, but temperatures are into the 50s in most spots, outside the city, and we're going to be watching that high pressure drift off, and the humidity start coming this way, and there is a chance of some thunderstorms a little later this week. i will have the too manyline on that arrival as the eye dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to live a full life.
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>> hi, i'm kevin. >> i'm shawn mcgibbon. >> and we are here at the theater. good morning eye opener. it's great to sing in the rain. >> all right. well, we're glad to find somebody getting to stay up late. it's not us. sunday at the north shore music theater. emily: you do not have to sing but keep the calls coming. we love them. record it on our phone and upload it to ulocal using our app. randy: a lot of people sing but they are in tune, which is great. emily: they are great, actually. olessa: sometimes randy sings with you. he sounds great, too. randy: yes, the solo you can't hear, right. no more singing in the rain, we had that yesterday morning. and now we're talking about the sunshine that is sitting out
day you are being greeted with. we have sunshine and cool temperatures, and the high temperature is in chrome. not just in new england, but really the eastern half of the united states right now. it's going to take a while for that air mass to move its way off to the east. once it does, then the humidity comes back, and then so do the threat of thunderstorms, but nothing really going on. we're going to be enjoying that all day today, in fact, here's the way the map looks through the entire day. by 8:00, did you know that you could notice any difference? not much going on. let's go see through tomorrow we're not talking about anything really moving to the forecast. maybe on thursday, we start to finally see a bit of cloud cover out there. so right now, you have temperatures which are off the morning lows but still cool. look at that. new hampshire, down to 45 degrees, and norwood not far behind at 46, and taunton, just 47 degrees. and beautiful sunrise this morning. and it did not happen until 6:00 a.m. straight up. that's where we've been losing about 2.5 minutes each day, and 61 degrees right now, the dewpoint is way, way down.
comfortable you will feel. when it's in the 70s it's awful, that's where it was yesterday morning, today we're in a really comfortable place. so today, sunny and comfortable. 78 to 82 degrees, and then for tonight, clear and comfortable again. probably not as cold as last night but 56 to 60 degrees for august. that's pretty refreshing weather we're talking about. the tropics have become very active. not one or two but three separate systems we're talking about. we have got, of course, fiona. and this one doesn't have a name became a named system 24 hours ago. the winds are at 35 miles per hour. it will drift closer to the east coast. you almost wish it would hit the east coast because right now it's a big, wet sponge, and what i would give it some beneficial rain. this one does not have a name, the computer models are hinting it will head towards the bahamas and towards florida but not looking like a lot of development going on. it may get a name over the next
full fledged hurricane within the next 24 to 48 hours. right now the computer models are tracking it well off the east coast but it is one to keep a close eye on, and any time you have got a hurricane in the atlantic, you want to be on guard. no changes in this forecast, it's sunshine, tuesday through thursday, and humidity comes up a bit on thursday. so does the heat. and by friday, thunderstorms are back into the forecast. this is a hit or mi and the weekend looking good. do you have any weekend plans? i know it's only tuesday. >> usually my plans involve sleep. mike: i can't blame you on that one. olessa: very exciting life i lead. the roads are quiet, as far as the volume goes but we are watching a new problem spot, that's the southbound heading to the bottom of the screen. traffic is getting by. whether it's see the rest of your ride, south of town we're watching this problem. 24 northbound, a crash just clearing by 106 with delays back
the expressway. 30-minute ride from braintree into boston. as you travel the pike, some sun glare, and now 20 minutes, 49520128, and still watching this overturned car in foxborough. 495 by route 111, delays back to 117. and 93 south, though, stop and go ride, just south of 495 as you are heading north and as you go down towards the lever connector, more delays picking up, as well, trains and pusses so far on schedule. and we're looking ahead to changes on the roads beginning october 28, tolls alohe these electronic tolls. they will take a photo of your license plate and mail you a bill. prices will vary but most will be lower than the current system. interstate 84 to boston, will now cost massachusetts e-z pass users $3.60, out of state users 4.85. 95, 128 to the city, drops to $1.70, for instate users, $2.65
drivers across the board. emily. emily: thank you. right now a state worker is free on bail accused of planting a hidden camera in a women's bathroom. police say park ranger raymond mckinnon used a camera in a pen to spy on women where he worked. a lifeguard noticed a blinking light and found the pen hidden in a cleaning supply bucket. rick barrett installed cameras at homes and businesses, and he says they are widely available and hard to >> you would not see them. you would not. you could hide it anywhere. it's just a pinhole. >> prosecutors say that mckinnon was recorded on camera setting it up. he is suspended now without pay. randy: your economy headlines, a major bank must pay up over a student loan scandal. federal investigators say that wells fargo charged illegal late fees to some of the student loan borrowers who paid on the last day of the their so-called grace
$3.6 million to the consumer financial protection agency and refund customers $410,000. shares mixed overnight after information was released about a highly anticipated speech by the u.s. fed chief this week. right now, stock futures here are higher. the new home sales report is due out today. and traveling with the entire family, of course, will be very pricy, especially if you want to go overseas but there are some strategies to ease the financial pain. every destination has an offseason, which could mean lower fares and cheaper hotel rates, and not to mention fewer people there while you were enjoying it, and second start a family fun. get everybody involved, instead of candy or treats, and encourage your kids to store that money away because every bit helps, and finally consider the less touristy destinations, fans and italy always wonderful but places where your daughter can go further.
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looking out her window seeing a family of black bears, that was this weekend, climbing trees and hanging from the family rope swing, and having a good time. mom all business, checking the garbage for snacks, and they just went away. >> ok. >> well, there you go. >> sell your house and relocate. and how about this four words, fried chicken scented sunscreen? we do not know why. kfc thought it was a good idea. the full product sold outn >> why would you want to smell like fried chicken? i dug deeper, and i wanted to see what it smelled like and it said something about a baby's diaper, so enjoy your breakfast, everybody. randy: please. all right, the unpleasant way a baseball player learned just how hard he can hit a grand slam. and a common mistake could be killing your phone battery. the habit to break to make your
four hundred million dollars. that'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, 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. vote no on question 2. randy: an attack at a boston playground. >> the warning to women and the
>> details about a party bus death, why the family says you don't know the whole story. reporter: hillary clinton on late night, the word she used to describe questions about her health. and a guy walks into a bar and walks out with a pretty unique patriots' prize, and now police need your help. on the eye. randy: 6:30 on tuesday morning. our camera in worcester. a beautiful morning in new england. good morning and thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. emily: i'm emily riemer along with olessa and mike is in for cindy today. a beautiful sunrise, and it's coming later and later every day. mike: 6:00 a.m. today. get that mark. and let's just enjoy the day. this is really spectacular. a little cool. pretty perfect. a little cool but not a cloud in the sky out there. and that's the way it will stay
tomorrow, and just crystal clear skies out there, and that allows the temperatures to drop off. if it also allows the sun, to really warm us up quickly. the high pressure is in control, and we get the cool breeze. once we get to this side of it, the humidity comes back, so if it feels like fall it will feel like summer later on, and the temperatures out there, look at this band of 40s that you are seeing across the area. you actually had the lows drop off, and special places the 50s, and 61 degrees for a low. chatham, 60 for a low, and as things stay warmer down towards the cape. so what's going to happen today? in boston, over the next 12 hours, the temperature climbs right up to 80 degrees, but look at that. it is just sunshine all the way across the board. we've been talking about the sunrise, the sunset is getting a little earlier, too, 7:32 for tonight. and but as far as the high temperatures are concerned today, check it out. away from the coast, into the 80s again this afternoon, and
had issues this morning already, how are things looking right now. >> a couple problem spots. sky 5 over the tolls, and as you can see, no issues to report here, but let's get to the mans because south of town we've been watching a problem. this accident just cleared on 24 north by 106 but delays as you can see are still there back to 495. a crash cleared as well on 128 at the braintree split, and the northbound ride 25 to 30, braintree into boston on the expressway, and some sun glare to contend with on the pike. 25 minutes still watching this crash on 495 in foxborough. and we have got the delays back to route 117, and 93 south, stop and go down into wilmington and more delays through the lever connector, trains and buses on schedule. emily: we are following breaking news. randy: erika is tracking the new information. erika: the news is coming from dorchester, a delivery person is shot early this morning. details still coming in. we do know the victim was taken
hour. right now police are searching for a suspect after a woman is sexually assaulted at knifepoint. that suspect rode up on a bike on claremont street yesterday morning, forced the victim to the carter playground where she was attacked. and right now president barack obama is getting ready to head to louisiana to tour the storm damage after that flooding in the baton rouge area. emily: we are learning new details about a deadly accident involving a party bus in east boston. randy: the eye's doug family is saying. doug: good morning. it's still unclear exactly what led up to the women falling out of that party bus. one of the victims' families are questioning the company's story. we're talking about the family of 27-year-old tracy paniagua. she fell into the window. that's what the family says, and then it pops open dumping her and another won onto the street, but the bus company says the women were likely trying to open it because it requires significant pressure.
of the passengers repeatedly mentioned opening the window for air. her family just wants some answers. >> her mom wants people to remember her as a happy girl. she lived her life to the fullest. doug: police are saying it appears a second car may have run over those women, but they stress that the investigation is still in the early stages. we're live in east boston this morning, doug meehan, wcvb. emily: thank look at this video. a man at a bar climbs over the counter to make off with an impressive piece of patriots' memorabilia. a brazen crime with an even more surprising twist. take a look again, police say this guy came into skipjacks in foxborough during the past pre-season game against the saints. he was served a beer and food and helped himself to something else. >> he jumped over the bar after moving his bill. got the helmet.
stayed calm. took his tom brady jersey off and covered the helmet with it and wrapped it up and walked out reporter: that helmet was signed by the team. the suspect called the next day and admitted his crime and said that he had fed-exed the helmet back to them because he felt bad. they are still waiting. randy: right now a worcester man is behind bars charged with shooting and killing his neighbor. it happened on hamilton street last night. the ground arms apart waiting for officers when they arrived. the victim was found on the front lawn. it is not clear what started the dispute. right now a toddler found unresponsive in a lowell swimming pool is improving but a three-year-old boy also pulled out of the water is in critical condition. it happened at a home on freda lane. the circumstances surrounding the incident are still unclear. emily: it took two years but now
cope with loss. the families of homicide victims along with bpd and city officials cut the ribbon for a new room located in the city center for youth and families. mary franklin led the effort, the murder of her husband during a holdup 20 years ago is still unsolved, and she says that this is the place in that families of victims need. americans saved after accidentally ending up in canadian. how a fun event turned into an international rescue mission. an fight for his life. how his customers are giving him hope. randy: and ahead in news to go, too much of a good thing, is a
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humidity starts to work its way back in, and so does the threat of thunderstorms, we'll have more on the timeline of their arrival in a few minutes. emily: thank you. right now a plea for help in mashpee. a restaurant owner in the fight of his life. bob weekes runs the raw bar in mashpee and now needs a new kidney. the one his sister donated is giving out so he's hoping for a new one, and he says that his customers have been an amazing support system. >> there is not a day i don't walk in here when someone says, you know, i am saying prayers for you. the community has been unbelievable. >> weekes is getting dialysis treatment at beth israeli and is working with a living kidney coordinator. if you would like more information go to rawbar.com or contact beth israeli. >> the judge in a rape trial is recusing himself from another high profile case. why he says he can't preside over that case, and a new rule affecting thousands of students with a california law taking
the team ready with the news to go. sarah is tracking a warning for women after an attack in a playground. doug has new details on a party bus death in east boston. emily: and erika has a late night stop on the campaign trail, focused on hillary clinton's health. first mike has your forecast and we are off to a cool start, almost chilly. randy: did you think that it was too chilly, too early? emily: i had to go back in and get a sweater. randy: it was probably refreshing. mike: i hate the so you step out, and you have temperatures, greeting you on the nice side courtesy of our friend, the high pressure. it's in control on the east coast. big dorm of cool, dry air, sitting right on top of us, and look at the crystal clear skies that we have. so although it's cold, with all that sunshine, and that sun has a high sun angle to it, we're going to warm things up near 80 degrees this afternoon. and here's the way it looks as you go through the day, head through the night-time, and still no clouds to speak of.
speak of, as well. so we have got a couple of days of just gorgeous sunshine across the area. maybe on thursday we might get a few clouds showing up on the picture. here's what the temperatures are right now. boston 61, norwood 47. we have a lot of temperatures dropping into the 40s to the northwest of 495. and as you look down to the south we have got that pocket that develops right down there along 44. taunton at 47 degrees right now, and most of the cape is enjoying the temperatures into the 50s or close to 60 degrees. remember the water temperature right now is warmer than t humidity being nice and low, and it's way down here, the refreshing rains, tomorrow comes up a bit but very pleasant, and we'll start to get sticky on thursday and eventually by friday there is the return of summer. so the high temperatures today will look like this, generally in the low 80s in most spots, and with some elevation to the upper 70s through the hills, and if you are near the shoreline, cooler, this is looking like a spectacular day today, and tomorrow looking very nice, as well, and thursday, the humidity comes up, and by
much more on that in the seven-day forecast coming up. but now let's check on the traffic and a couple of issues earlier this morning, olessa. olessa: we did, and we're watching some problem spots in addition to that, the sun glare and the volume and you can see it here, and southbound heading to the bottom of the screen. over to the maps we get the rest of the ride so far not too bad. 24 north, we did have a crash, in west bridgewater. that accident is gone so all lanes are open but the delays linger. north of there volume picks up, and also a slow ride on the into boston, and the pike eastbound, heavier now, as well with sun glare, 40-minute ride. and still clearing this accident here involving an overturned car on 495 north by 111. 93 south, stop and go south of 495, more delays all the way down to the lever connector, trains and buses on schedule. randy: thank you, a delivery person is hurt after a shooting in dorchester. this was the scene around 1:30 this morning. this is norwood street.
and right now, police in boston are searching for a man that sexually assaulted a woman in a park. emily: sera congi is live with what we know right now. sera? sera: emily and randy this happened here in the south end. police say the man was riding a blue bmx-type bicycle. he approached a woman at grenich park and claremont streets at 1:00 a.m. on monday. he claimed to have a nice and forced the woman to walk less than half a mile to cte she was sexually assaulted. the victim describes the man as hispanic, late 20s to mid 30s with brown cropped hair. he had tattoos on his right arm as well as on the back of his right hand. live in the south end this morning, sera congi, wcvb, newscenter 5. randy: two women fall out of a window as it traveled south along 1a in east boston. one is killed and now the family says that the whole story isn't
>> he kind of leaned to the window, and her and two other girls fell. >> 27-year-old tracy paniagua was killed whether she fell out of that party bus. the company is claiming that she -- that she and another woman must have tried to open it because it requires a lot of force but tracy's family tells newscenter 5 that the women were simply dancing at the time, and unintentionally leaned against it when the window pops -- popped open causing the two to fall onto the street. determined as the investigation continues. we're live in east boston, doug meehan, newscenter 5. emily: clrk jokes around with jimmy kimmel touching on a couple of topics, including donald trump. >> i am drawing on my experience in elementary school. emily: she called attacks about her health wacky and invited kimmel to take her pulse. meantime after plenty of tough
subject. some say he may be softening his stance but he insists his policy positions have not changed. randy: today president barack obama will be heading to louisiana to tour the area's hardest hit by the historic flooding there. baton rouge saw as much as two feet of rain in two days. swamping homes and flooding the many neighborhoods. 13 people died in the flooding. about 60,000 buildings and homes damaged. sophomore than 100,000 peopl assistance. emily: people in concord are cleaning up after a tornado tore through a section of the community. in all 39 homes were damaged when the ef-1 tornado cut a half mile swath through that town. marlborough also hit hard. fortunately, though, no one was hurt. >> and sky 5 over the state house has employees and visitors, were let back into the building following an evacuation, saudering work in the mechanical room of the state
alarms, and the evacuation lasted about 20 minutes. >> and a lowell woman is dead after she was struck by a pickup truck in a school parking lot. it happened just before 11:30 yesterday morning at the murkland school. a driver was pulling out of a parking space, hitting 70-year-old claudia normandin. the driver did stay on the scene. randy: the california judge under fire for the stanford university rape case has recused himself now in another trial. the judge, aaron persky, was criticized a convicted rapist, brock turner. he has now been scheduled to rule on reducing a child porn conviction in another case, but persky filed a statement with the court saying that some people may doubt that he can be impartial. emily: the governor restores voting rights to 13,000 felons. governor terry mcauliffe made the announcement yesterday nearly a month after the attempt was blocked by the state supreme court. the court ruled the governor
rights on a case-by-case basis. the governor says his office processed each felon's paperwork individually. republicans are accusing him of trying to boost the democrat vote. randy: quite a few students in california were forced to miss the first day -- day of classes over a mandatory vaccine law. the new law does not allow parents to opt their children out of the vaccines because of personal beliefs. in the oakland school district alone hundreds of students were turned away. the school leaders say that it is because many paren not know about this requirement. emily: a summer celebration turns into a rescue. a group of about 1500 americans were taking part in the annual court float-down but the winds were so strong it blew the group into canada. several agencies pulled the floaters from the water, and they were sent back to michigan in buses. randy: charging your phone overnight is convenient but is it hurting the battery? experts say frequent hours long
because many cell phones take in electric currents quickly causing them to corrode faster. both the i-phone and is androids do have technology that protects them from absorbing too much current, and since most people swap phones every two years, they don't hold onto them long enough to run into any trouble. and u.s. olympic swimmer ryan lochte loses out big-time on sponsorships after his madeup story about a robbery in rio. four corporate sponsors a cutting ties with lochte, speedo, ralph lauren, gentle hair removal, and air weave, all dropping their support of the olympic gold medalist and his sponsorship. lochte admits he embellished the story earlier this month. >> celtics' guard isaiah thomas ties the knot. he got married this weekend in seattle to long-time girlfriend kayla wallace. he posted these pictures to his
jae crowder, amir johnson, r.j. hunter and jordan mickey all there to help him celebrate, and jared sullinger. >> movie night after practice for the pats on sunday. the team along with the owner bob kraft headed over to the theater to watch deep horizons, which stars wahlberg. crafort is known to take players to inspirational films. it focuses on the b.p. oil spill. wahlberg says it's about pers toughness. >> the red sox bounce back on the road in saint pete. david price commanding the mound against the rays. he went eight innings with eight strikeouts giving up two hits and no runs, but the real play of the night came from rookie outfielder andrew benintendi. a pop-up to left field, watching, running over the wall, and bam. nice catch. the sox win 6-2. randy: quite the hit here, an illinois baseball player
into his own windshield. brandon thomas knocked the ball right out of the park during a playoff game on sunday night, and was rewarded with a smashed car. he was not too worried, though. he says that it reminds him just how hard he hit that ball. ? summer days drifting away ? emily: yeah, those indiana state tr this lip syncing video is going viral and the trooper behind the cart serenade says it was a chance to show people that they are not robots. i think that we say, mission accomplished. well done. randy: wholesome, the guys from indiana. olessa: i like the guy in the back. randy: turning on queue. olessa: the roads this morning are in pretty decent shape, a live look outside.
side, you can see the delays are in place. normal for this time of the morning. let's go over to the maps. south of town we had a couple of issues. 24 northbound, an accident cleared on west bridgewater by 106 but delays lingering to 495. the volume picks up again at avon. if you are traveling the expressway, 30 to 35 braintree into boston, and the pike right now about 40 minutes. 495 for 128 dealing with sun glare and then also on 495 this crash has been out there all morning, and overturned car involved in this one by 111 in foxborough. 93 sth towards the spot pond, and more delays to the lever connector. trains and buses, no problem, they are running on schedule. sun glare not a bad problem to have. >> oh, i know and look at that view over the city. with all the sunshine that we have out there, the low humidity, what a spectacular day that we have. it's 61 degrees, and winds are out of the west northwest at nine. what's going to happen with the winds, they will shift around to a sea breeze this afternoon. and they go to a southwesterly direction but that means it will be cooler if you are near the
sunshine all day today, and around 80 degrees, as a rule, and otherwise, we'll see comfortable conditions because the humidity is low, and then tonight another clear and comfortable night for us, and 56 to 60 degrees for the low, and yes, another great night for sleeping. keeping a close eye on the tropics. there is a you for a things going on, and we have three systems out there. fiona, tropical depression falling apart but will drift off to the seaboard. thil but gaston is the big one, and that's the one we're going to watch. right now all the computer models are hinting this will stay well off the shore but should become a hurricane within the next 24 to 48 hours. over the next seven days around here, it is sunshine. oh, look at that. sunshine tomorrow, and sunshine on thursday, as well, but the humidity is going to come up a bit along with the temperatures, and those of you who have been concerned that it feels like fall, they shall go nameless but
good morning, america. breaking overnight, tojd trump takes on hillary clinton and those thousands of new e-mails. saying she gave clinton foundation members special streemt. >> the clintons made the state department into the same kind of pay for play operation. >> trump calling for terror attack in virginia. the fbi looking at this man accused of trying to kill two people, possibly trying to behead one. tropical threat. three systems brewing in the atlantic. the caribbean on alert. as we hit peak hurricane season. missing tom. the patriots' star quarterback, nowhere to be found at preseason games or practice. even his teammates now