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her killer still on the lose. >> my xabi sister. ed: her grieving family accept for answers tonight. >> why the co poe pilot ended up under arrest before takeoff. maria: this local dad's demand for the ceo who made epipen prices skyrocket. meteorologist: one chance of some storms before we get to the weekend and the changes you will have during the weekend. ed: zika fears creating a travel mess. change the vacation plans. maria: a nun from massachusetts murdered down south. a life devoted to others taken during an apparent break-in. good evening, i'm maria stephanos. ed: i am ed harding. police in mississippi are searching for the killer. relatives here are searching for answers. newscenter 5's john atwater is live in stoneham. john? john: ed, the nun was a member here at st. patrick's in
massachusetts, but in 1981, she found her calling in the deep. she was so good the people down there, and they loved her. john: sister paula merrill committed her life to helping those less fortunate living in rural mississippi. her sister says left her home in stoneham in the early '80s, and as a sister of charity of nazareth, she saw countless patients who could not afford what needs to be done john: this video, produced by her order, shows the impact she and sister margaret held made as nurse practitioners at a health clinic. >> she and sister margaret both went so far above and beyond anything that can be expected of a normal human being. john: their dedication to their community makes the murders even more heartbreaking. police say the nuns may have been the victims of a break-in, their bodies discovered in their home, only after no one heard from them this morning. >> that was my little baby sister, i loved her very much. john: family here is grieving staying in close touch with mississippi authorities as they
considered saints. >> i don't understand why these things happen. i've talked to him. i said i don't agree with you, but i trust you. the whole family has the incredible faith that is guiding them through the painful times in their lives. in mississippi, tonight, stench for the killer continues. really, a significant development. the polices there found the car stolen from the nun's home that was found a trial john: live in stoneham tonight, john atwater, newscenter 5. maria: john, thank you. right now, rockport police want to talk to this man in connection with a frightening attack on a woman. the victim says she was knocked to the ground on pooles lane last night. the man tried to rip off her clothes. she fought back and he ran off. the man in these pictures from a nearby store matches her description of the attacker.
the boat got stuck on water pipes that run to mount sunapee's ski slopes this afternoon. 60 people on board, two of them crew, were stranded 300 feet from the beach. another tour ship took them to shore, with the help of local authorities. maria: new tonight, a delay some flyers never saw coming. their pilot accused of being drunk before the trip to massachusetts. newscenter 5's diane cho is live in bedford to explain. diane? diane: maria, the charter plane city, michigan. the man's copilot noticed the partner acting oddly and called authorities. 35-year-old pilot, who was 35-year-old pilot, who was
plane, he was preparing for a flight for departure at the time. >> they were able to detect a strong odor of intoxicants, bloodshot watery eyes. tests were administered which would indicate intoxication. reporter: they released a statement saying we are proud of captain manny ramirez's immediate action in detecting the co-pilot's condition and removing him from his position. this is yet another example of talon air's our clients and for airport safety. ed: there's new trouble tonight for ryan lochte. he's been charged in brazil for filing a false report. it's unlikely the olympic gold medalist would go back to brazil to face the charges. but he could be tried in absentia. he faces 18 months in jail for falsely reporting that he was robbed at a gas station in rio earlier this month. lochte admits he was drunk and sparked a confrontation with security guards. maria: a quiet night over boston right now. but the threat of wet weather is
but not all day and not all night, right? meteorologist: you got it right on, maria. it is a passing shower or thunderstorm in a few places, so the same as most of the summer. there you go. all right. anyway, let's show you what is happening now. not much. if you like showers, very light, not a big deal. they moved offshore. well, now, we turn our attention to the the west. we take a look. storms in west central new york state. west central pennsylvania running ahead of a cold front. here's how things time-out. as we get to tomorrow morning. there could be a spotty shower, the air is getting humid down near the cape. maria: we'll see you then. a little boy pulled from a chelmsford pool is in a boston hospital right now. the five-year-old was semi-conscious and breathing on his own when rescuers got to the scene. police tell us that adults at the gorham street home noticed him at the bottom of the pool. they got him out and performed
ed: one of the state troopers caught on camera beating a chase suspect three months ago cops a plea and avoids jail time. trooper andrew monaco literally ran out of court this morning after pleading guilty to three counts of simple assault. monaco was one of the troopers caught on camera beating richard simone after the suspect gave up following a two-state chase. a massachusetts state trooper charged in the same incident is awaiting trial. boston police are still looking for suspects in an overnight shooting that left a teenaged woman in the hospital. her family says 18-year-old dashaye mizhari thought she heard two friends arguing on mclellan street. when she ran outside to check, she was hit by gunfire. the family is certain dashaye was not the target. ed: two people are being held without bail in the death of a new bedford teenager. a 16-year-old and 21-year-old luis class face assault and battery and accessory charges in the death of mateo morales.
near his home the motive for the attack is unclear. so far, no one is charged with murder. maria: in commitment 2016 tonight: a heated campaign gets turned up another notch. donald trump and hillary clinton calling each other racist. >> a lot of what he believes he believes. ben: this tv ad the latest attempt to paint donald trump as a racist by li supreme tist groups include kkk. >> you're racist, you're racist, you're racist. they keep saying it. you're racist. it's a tired, disgusting argument. >> in manchester, new hampshire, trump fired back. >> if you want to have strong borders, so that people come into our country, but they come in legally through a legal process, that doesn't make you a
repeated his claim that clinton is a bigot. >> the inner cities are dying and african-americans and hispanics are really taking the brunt of it, and she knows she's not going to do anything about it. she talks about fixing the inner cities, she's been talking about fixing it for 30 years, she hasn't done anything, and that to me is bigotry. he's taking hate groups mainstream. audience trump traffics in racist conspiracy theories like president obama not being u.s. born. >> trump has stood up in front of largely white audiences and described black communities in such insulting and ignorant terms, poverty. rejection, horrible education. ben: today, representatives from both house to begin planning for a transition of power. new jersey governor chris christie represented donald trump while former interior secretary ken salazar was there
maria? maria: all right, ben. maria: the search for survivors continues at this hour in central italy after a deadly earthquake shook the region. and now aftershocks are making those rescue efforts dangerous for first responders. the death toll, now 250, is still rising, a day after the 6.2 magnitude quake. some rescues serving as a symbol of hope. cheers of joy when these children are pulled from the rubble. this man is lucky to be alive. couldn't breathe, i called for help, i was gasping and i thought i was dead. maria: was not. he was alive. maria: historic towns are now unrecognizable. this clock tower is the only landmark still standing. italian officials say rescue efforts will continue for several days. ed: this is the little life-saving device at the center of a building controversy
few years ago for a pair. the price has spiked to $608. mary saladna reports now, within local dad is leading the charge to for get that. >> i will never forget saying my baby's lips are blew. reporter: it was one year ago today that dais' two-year-old daughter, went into anna fa late tick shot and almost died because of a food aller until the first responders could get her. but word that the maker of the life saving device continues to hike the price has this father outraged. so andy polumbo wrote the op-ed calling for my listen's ceo heather, to step down. i wrote that article because someone has to speak up. she needs to resoon. she need goes away. >> a two pack of epipens has
today. whole the ceo's total compensation has also jumped from are 5 million toll $19 million. today, heather blamed the sky rocketing cost on a failing health care system. >> had we reduced the list price, i could not end sure that everyone who needs one gets one. >> milan won't budge on the price but has announced it will expand the assistance program, and issue $300 savings coupons. she wants to jeff as you she can keep the coupon. you know? it was disgusting to sit there and watch her say, literally, with a straight face, that that no one is more frustrated than the. i will bet her the $19 million salary am more frustrated than her. mary saladna, wcvb newscenter 5. >> next on wcvb newscenter 5: maria: zika fears creating a travel mess. >> it is scary for everyone i know. maria: what to expect if you need to change your vacation
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new tonight, another case of zika confirmed in florida passed by mosquitoes there. and the concern over zika has a lot of people out big money after trying to change their travel plans. maria: newscenter 5's jorge quiroga reports, there are ways to protect your health and your money. reporter: her fun trip canceled out of fear. >> at the end of the day, a
is it worth running the risk of getting the disease. reporter: the spread of zika has prompted a travel warning for miami. the first in the u.s. the disease affecting the economy. >> all across the board. killing us. it is scary for everyone i know. reporter: zika fear already taking its toll on other popular winter travel destinations. >> we want warm weather alternatives. if you take a look at the map on there are no warm weather alternatives any more. >> lauren says none of the girlfriends are pregnant but why take the chance? >> you know, it is apparent that it is still unclear what the impact of the diseases are, long term. the trip canceled, she asked the airline for a refund. >> we are not going to allow
are pregnant. >> we are not reimbursing anyone. reporter: the airline offered lauren a voucher and for cash. >> maybe we'll do something in charleston. maybe we'll do something locally since it is sent and the weather is nice in the northeast. >> what do you do? >> well, what to do, where to go, well before you made plans, iphones. the update comes after powerful espionage software was found targeting an activists iphone in the middle east. experts say the spyware takes advantage of weaknesses in the mobile operating system. apple says it fixed the vulnerability as soon as they learned about it. but they say you need to do the update as soon as possible to fix the unknown security flaw that can give hackers complete access to a targeted iphone. ed: a starbucks flattened by a tornado in indiana. a barista's quick thinking saving everyone inside. the kokomo, indiana, store completely leveled in the storm. one employee got an emergency alert on his phone, and brought the nearly 20 people in the store to the bathroom to take cover.
barista, angel ramos, to thank, for making it through the storm. >> he really did save my life that day and everybody else's. if it had been ten minutes longer that he had waited we would have just blown away, we wouldn't be here. ed: the gy's name was angel. no fatalities, or serious injuries were reported throughout the town. only 15 injuries in the whole state, all minor. maria: amazing, ed, the numbers are so low for injuries because people listened to their alerts on their phones. they took shelter. >> harvey, a strong one that went through. the one in concord, that was three. >> meteorologist: was. good warning. good apps. better results and certainly would be the case without those with. well, we have a problem, a lack of rainfall here, throughout the index. gets updated every thursday.
notice, we are at 7.5 inches below g a for the year in boston. -wise, he very similar. here you can see the area that is in red which is extreme drought conditionses that includes the greater boston metropolitan where are, north shore, shout shore, southeastern new hampshire. i don't honestly see a big change in the weather pattern over the next week sore. we made it to 88 today in boston. concord now nam hir hit 90 today much? is a warm, summer might. warmer than most recent nights. 75 in bosto also, somewhat more humid than recent nights which will prevent temperature from falling too much more. you can tell pay the colors that are charted here into the uncomfortable range. the oppressive range is not a far away and make a brief appearance here and will coen side with the approaching front. a spotty show wore a thunderstorm ap the more comfortable air. low risk during tomorrow night ap will be with us for the weekend. looks like a comfortable late summer weekend.
day. then rating back to the fairly comfortable range for saturday and sunday. so with this approaching front. notice we don't see a whole loft action. a couple of show homes in new york and p. amount. in aring ahead of that front. as we take out in time. we show you the timing of that front should come through during tomorrow afternoon. we clear rapidly later tomorrow. in fact, boston north and west will turn sunny during the mid to late afternoon. the air will start to dry out even though will be warm that time. trying to time this. it doesn'l be wide spread or complete line of storms. but a few spotty stores will start to break out late morning during the afternoon and notice aerial coverage not that great. think as we get to the noid late afternoon. it would be southeastern mass and the day this could have a thunderstorm so keep an eye to the sky and then the clearing will follow for delightful saturday and sunday. both days will be somewhat cooler at the beaches with sea breezes. tomorrow, 80's to around 9 fea there is enough sunshine in time.
the ocean water temperatures around the cape and the 70's. great. low 80's tomorrow for the average high temperatures at the beaches but watch far possible spotty storm. the high tide is coming in the late afternoon for tomorrow. kenny chesney tomorrow, 5:00 p.m. gillette stadium. he threat of any scattered storms should be ending by then. that is good news. great weather for the concert on saturday. that looks get, too. by the way, that is a concert saturday. by the way, tomorrow, that was red sox come them to play kansas city. a great evening for the game. all right. there you see sun on saturday. plenty of sun on sunday. good news. in the strongs. that is gaston. that is a storm that is going to bam hurricane. what we are following is a tropical disturbance that may not develop that much but could be a rainmaker for south florida during the next three or four days. there's the next seven days. out. kind of bold. saturday and sunday. because the sunshine, the
the medical center where he has been waiting ten weeks for a transplant. earlier this weak, quite by chance, phillips ended up sitting in with a bnd at hospital barbecue. >> music is a release. you snow i am going to cry now. i am in depression or anything. the relief. it is the relief that really does it. >> hartin says he loves the doctors. he loves the staff. helping toward the day we are can go home and play the saxophone whenever he wants. >> that would be terrific. that would be terrific. >> spectacular. >> all right. >> mr. runner. the red sox are back in town in the thick of a race. the let's hop to day rating here. >> he made a great catch the other night. i have one tonight that trump
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red sox lost a pair of one run games to the last place rays and also learned they will be without their rookie phenom for at least the next two weeks. tampa bay sends the sox back to fenway on the short end of a 2-1 game this afternoon. drew deserves better. he went seven innings. punched out 11 tampa bay hitters. he was slick. six innings. the lone run of the game. a 91 but in that inning, jackie bradley jr. ended with the base loaded. the sox are hitting 216 with the bases loaded this year. seventh inning. mikey is up there. he will have this.
he was 0 for the last 34 and turns out to hit the game wrong run. who would have thought it? ninth inning. he didn't start today. he came out as pinch hitter looking for drama. oh. 98 miles per hour. a little music. heals a little bit. he will call the third strike. s that he how it ended. 2-1. finished the trip at 7-4 and kansas city comes to town tomorrow night. before the game. he was placed on the abled list a sprained knee. they want doctors at mass den are and the red sox staff to give another mri because the wen had today was inconclusive. they want to give a look before they make a diagnosis. john farrell says he hopes to get him back by in the whether he ever. oh my goodness. all right. here is the catch. we take you to miami. dyson of the kansas city royals going back, up. caught.
right ear. which one? oh, that is pretty good. oh. look at this one. look at it again. one more time. look at how high he is. he is six feet off the ground. >> further. oh. matt scherzer. how this is in between the legs. the late great used to say, a saved. a beauty. scherzer by the way, struck out ten orioles and shut them out and did the red action big favor. right here. plu jays lost to the angels. the orioles lost to washington. they are a came game out. wildcards are ail bit different. watch out, hoge. kansas city is back five of the wildcard. they come into town. four back. they are coming into town. tom brady made the trip to cha are lot the teammates. in clear how much he will play. history tells us, we most lackly will see some of tom brady tomorrow night.
you only get so many opportunities a year, and i am getting so many opportunities left in my life. i would like to take advantage of any and all of them if possible. so yeah. you know. when you see teammates out there in the uniforms and ready to go. want to be throughout with them. >> he made another trade today. they take up another line backer to when the rush. they went to craveland and sent the draft pick for great name here. three years ago, he was the number six overall pick in the entire draft. lsu. he was suspended a week ago tonight by the patriots for club-related issues and today reunstated by the patriots and unclear if he will be playing again tomorrow night. there you go. tonight. >> yeah. he had run. >> yeah. >> is f prayed where i went to caroline ma. he will probably play, right? yes. he would.
not play. >> thank you, lynchie. beautiful. beautiful. >> great. >> the weekend saturday and sunday both great days. i will keep an eye to the sky tomorrow afternoon. that is your job. you can do that. i do that, too. randy: friday morning on the eyeopener, back to school made easier. >> the checklist every parent should have and the mistake some may be making. >> and i am tracking the chance for showers and storms, plus your weekend forecast.