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trooper pleaded guilty to three counts of simple assault but he will not be seen any jail time. inside the courtroom he apologizes. his attorney says the victim is not happy with this plea agreement. there are two sets of rules for police. >> if they were regular citizens who committed this act they would have gone to jail. reporter: massachusetts trooper flynn faces similar assault
it's part of his plea agreement. he will give up any future career and undergo anger management and pay restitution to the victim. the state of new hampshire attorney general says this agreement is severe punishment because the former trooper will no longer be able to pursue his career. anchor: a boston teenager is in the hospital right now. quite she was anchor: the family says she thought she heard her friends fighting. when she left her home, she realized the people were not her friends and that is when the gunshots began. police arrived almost immediately but the 18-year-old had been shot and the shooter was already gone.
recovering. she is awaiting another surgery. the family worries when an arrest will calm but they are trying to stay positive and focus on her. >> she is an innocent victim. it is terrifying. you see it happen all the time. you never think it will happen to you. 1:00 in dorchester. many neighbors were sleeping. they were too scared to even look out of the window at what was going on. there was an animal that was hurt by these shots fired. i will have an update on that at 5:00. 6 police making to our arrests after a teenager is stabbed to death. anchor: those who knew him are
the surveillance video says police tracked a white suspect's car with four males inside. they were arraigned today. they were part of the gang. friends are leaving cancels -- candles. a 16-year-old with 21-year-old lewis class case. both are being held without bail. the motive is unclear. >> he was sweet. anchor: a white car pulled up to the corner. they punched the victim several times and then stabbed him.
no one has been charged with murder. anchor: the search is over for this woman wanted for questioning in an east boston murder. they asked for the public's help identify her. she is being interviewed by detectives. jose hernandez was charged in the murder. her body was construction crews. she was face down, she suffered from traumatic injuries. >> also breaking, two catholic nuns found dead in jackson, mississippi. the bodies discovered in the home where the women lived. police say this does appear to be a homicide. it is not clear if their religion had anything to do with the killings. police say both nuns were nurse practitioners.
newscenter 5 is live with what donald trump had to say. reporter: good afternoon. with his poll numbers slipping, donald trump used his appearance here in new hampshire to get ahead of the latest allegations from the clinton campaign that he is a racist. people he called the accusations one of the brazen attempts and the history of distraction. it came in the form of a video posted online in which groups are seen in endorsing donald trump. >> what does she do? when she can't defend her record? that is right. she lies. she lies. and she smears.
, you as racists. reporter: during the speech to a largely white audience donald trump to african-american and latino voters to support him saying democrats take their votes for granted and do nothing to improve their lives. noticeably absent was senator kelly ayotte. she has said she is running for reelection told the union leader newspaper she does a believe he has been honest and trustworthy. trump: hillary clinton focused on trump's controversial comments -- comments. reporter: hillary clinton says trumps words and tweets speak for themselves, she told a crowd in reno, there's been a steady stream of bigotry from him, and it threatens everything america
>> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. he is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe takeover the republican party. his disregard for the values that make our country great is profoundly dangerous. reporter: trump's flirtation with conspiracy theories leaves him detached from reality and unqualified to be commander-in-chief. she also pushed back on unfounded accusations from trump that she suffers from poor health, telling trump to -quote, dream on. >> his running mate took a break from the campaign to tour the damage of tornadoes in indiana. a dozen twisters touchdown yesterday in the hoosier state leveling buildings.
a good early warning system no serious injuries and no loss of life. it's a miracle. it's a testament and good common sense by hoosiers. >> several weather service crews were scouring the damage. the number of tornadoes that touchdown could rise. it is lovely there. >> 42 tornado reports. that doesn't mean there were 42 tornadoes area sometimes you get multiple words of the same tornado but nonetheless you can see how this shakes out. a very significant situation for us. we are warm and getting more
shower or thunderstorm tomorrow night. maria: breaking news, ryan lochte has been summoned back to brazil. the news coming more than a week after the olympian issued an apology for lying about a robbery in rio. he is being called back to the country to testify in front of brazil's justice department. lochte had said he and 3 other team usa swimmers were robbed at gunpoint which he now admits was not true. investigate the cause of this early morning fire. trump: this future of this building was set to be a topic of discussion in the city today. the fire at 29 summer street so intense that 5:00 neighboring homes and buildings were damaged. mayor dan rivera tells newscenter 5 homeless people stay in the abandoned building. the city has been fighting to get it demolished. we're trying to figure out our homeless issue here, so trying to get places for people to go, and when you don't have that,
anchor: the residents of surrounding buildings were evacuated as firefighters battled the flames. a woman and two dogs safe tonight after being rescued from this fire in portsmouth. flames broke out in the home overnight. crews pulled the woman to safety. she was hospitalized with smoke inhalation. the dogs were not hurt but a garage was destroyed in the fire. maria: police are still searching for the vandals behind this explosion in salem. the target, a newspaper box for a gay-friendly publication. it's being investigated as a a group of 7 people was captured on surveillance leaving the explosive in the box for the rainbow times. the editor says it's not the first time the boxes have been targeted since going up three months ago. trump rescues continuing a day r italy was hit with a powerful earthquake. at least 250 people killed in
>> 13 people are dead after the attack on the american university in afghanistan. the siege ended early this morning at the campus on the outskirts of kabul. among the dead seven students and one teacher. three police officers and two security guards were also killed. ed: the new hampshire mother charged in her teen daughter's overdose death accepts a plea deal. jazzmyn rood was set to go on trial next month. eve tarmey was found dead last year in a rochester motel. rood admits another man, who is also charged, was going to give tarmey heroin, but left the room. she'll be sentenced in december. maria: a person hurt in this crash involving a school bus has died. 57-year-old cheryl drainville, of bellingham, was a passenger in the car involved. the crash was yesterday on route 140 in mendon. the driver of the car, 33-year-old richard drainville remains in the hospital. none of the 15 children on the bus was hurt. the kids on the bus were not
boston police continue to investigate a deadly hit and run crash in the south end. a person killed on east newton street early yesterday morning. police on the scene for hours. the name of the victim has not been released. maria: the ntsb is listening to audio from the data recorder of the el faro. it reveals the captain ordered his crew to abandon ship after getting caught in hurricane joaquin last october. investigators say the captain sounded the alarm and the recording ended minutes later. all 33 people on board the ship time now to flash forward to 5:00 on newscenter 5. ed: if you're a coffee addict you may have your genes to blame for it. why some people are more likely to get hooked on caffeine. maria: on newscenter 5 at 6:00: why a local company is featured in a new hillary clinton ad running in key battleground states. ed: and new at 7:00: a network of women helping each other navigate the business world. the success they're racking up
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this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party 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
philly. traffic going into town not looking bad. a half hour in both directions. 35 minutes. that is the normal range. that is an 18 minute ride. it eases up a bit and then it gets back up again. it will take a half hour. the pike to 290 is a quick seven minute ride. maria: what is that? anchor: a curious black bear sniffing around a camera in the pioneer valley hilltowns in western mass. it was sent to us by the trustees conservation restrictions program. they say when they go to check the cameras in the field and find a box sideways, with muddy paw prints they know there will
ed: that is a bear? i don't know. anchor: i'm going to la let you do the upon -- the pun. ed: how is the weather? anchor: i can't bear to do it. this is the update every thursday. essentially there is very little an anything on the horizon to break that? not in the near future. let's head over to the mass. there is your deficit or the year in terms of precipitation. a close look at the area that is an extreme drought.
nothing really severe. notice there is a good deal of sunshine. let's take you out in time. only a spot shower overnight. we are going to have a front across the region. the chances of a few storms begin to increase by midday and during the afternoon. the chances was clearing coming to the northwest. the nice thing, it comes in overnight, it is with us saturday and most of sunday. there will be some drop-off in humidity and cooler during the days along the coast and at the beaches. the chance of getting a shower or thunderstorm, i wouldn't cancel any plans.
free. a dry weekend. still keeping a careful eye on this tropical wave. it is still a significant rain producer and it could develop into a tropical storm. here is the projected track. it will predict -- it would bring some downpours to parts of florida. it also may have been getting ahead of the game. maybe up to the carolinas. will we see wet weather? we could use some. the odds are against it but i couldn't rule it out. . here is how we are doing.
now, 80 at 1000 foot high. cooler down the cape in the islands. it has gotten uncomfortable and sticky and most cases. notice how the air has been making inroads in our direction. overnight, boston drops to the low 70's. temperatures will be pretty warm. more and sunday. check it out, a pretty looking weekend. somewhat lower humidity. sea breeze's will keep it around 80. a few spots of storms possible next week as well. we will have late information on the tropics at 5:00. anchor: thank you.
center. ed: the political importance of florida in the presidential year will prompt congress to fund more money for zika. >> woman who are pregnant, having babies, with all of the challenge they face, and dollars and cents, it is foolish economically. this is something that can be dealt with. conversation with congressman bill keeton. -- keating. and survivors of the polls nightclub massacre. let's check the numbers on wall
four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from iphoned 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.
anchor: much-needed help for the survivors of the pulse nightclub. they were not build the patience for expenses which are now in the millions. 49 people were killed. when the gunmen opened fire on june 12. health officials are exploring options like funding from the federal government to help patients. boston police officers are on
cameras. ed: they were selected at random after no one volunteered. the mayor says there is a lot of work to do. officers were concerned about the unknown and he says they had questions. >> what if they are in the situation where they have a camera on and they see a witness. there is a lot of those questions that have to be answered. fight saying participation had to be voluntary. in the end a third-party selected the officers. the program well rollout next month. maria: a patient wowing a crowd with his skills.
>> right now a teenager shot and in critical condition. >> she is an innocent victim. reporter: the violence she was trying to stop. anchor: a cheaper caught in this attack. reporter: tracking the tropics. a system that could attack florida. anchor: and the move to offset the >> badly burned and unrecognizable. the amazing journey to give this firefighter a new face. >> this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 5:00. jc: we have learned one of two nuns killed in mississippi has ties to massachusetts. the associated press reports sister paula merrill moved from stoneham to mississippi in merrill and another nun were
signs of a break-in. the nuns worked as nurses to help the poor in rural mississippi. also breaking a boy has been rushed to the hospital after being pulled from a pool in chelmsford. good evening. i'm jc monahan. ben: i'm ben simmoneau. first responders were called to a home on gorham street just after 2:30. the boy was pulled from the pool by his mother and other adults after someone noticed he went under. police say the child was semi-conscious and breat right now the search is on for the gunman who shot a young woman in dorchester overnight. jc: she wasn't the target she just got caught in the cross-fire. newscenter 5's juli mcdonald is live in dorchester with her family's reaction. reporter: her family says she was hoping to help but she was the one who needed help within minutes.