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that threat clears we are setting up for a really nice stretch friday until the start of the holiday weekend, and we will walk you through the possibilities as the eyeopener continues. >> now, on newscenter 5's eyeopener -- emily: a deadly crash just outside the ted williams tunnel. the information just coming in involving the shuttle. randy: also breaking, flames shoot through the roof of a home in boston. the injury side-lining one firefighter. emily: donald trump, headed to mexico today. the meeting coming just hour speech, on the eye for this wednesday morning. open one thinrandy: also on thes morning, a private party at the esplanade, paid for with your tax dollars. 5 investigates is tracking the fallout. good morning, i'm randy price.
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happy first day of school to andover, gloucester, saugus, and needham. cindy: a lot of school buses will be out and about. and a lot of shorts at the bus stop. it's a warm start. 70 right now in boston and starting to get sticky with that soes stickiness, 63 in worcester, 70 on the cape with a few 50's up to keen. there are some high clouds moving in ahead of the frontal boundary and that is producing showers -- it will be slow to move in our direction but we will see some increases in cloud cover.
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but for today, sunshine, increasing mid and high-level clouds to the afternoon, but i'm not expecting much wet weather -- high temperatures in the mid to upper 80's and even though we do have clouds coming in notice around 5:00 p.m. there won't be much in the way of shower activity. that forecast is coming up. emily: now to the breaking news we're following, a deadly crash triggers a gruesome scene near logan airport. randy: let's get right to the eyeopener's in east boston. antoinette: it really was a horrible scene out here early this morning on route 1a. you can still see the shuttle bus and what looks to be a hotel involved in this crash. we do to people were killed and a third was taken to the hospital. let's give you a closer look at the crash that unfolded just
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here as well as a dark-colored sedan. police did not say how many were riding in those vehicles. as for the impact on your morning commute, the ted williams tunnel is closed eastbound to exit 26 and traffic is being diverted to the airport and back onto 1a. while traffic is getting through and you can do to the airport you can expect major delays as you get closer to rush hour. tw hospital, no word on that person's condition, the cause remains under investigation. that's the latest, antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. now let's check in with olessa stepanova to see how this is impacting the rest of that can you. olessa: this is going to be a problem for anyone traveling through this stretch. 1a is closed with that active investigation so if you are
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will take you to bennington street. you will have to head over to logan and stay to the left before you get onto 1a again. the investigation is ongoing and we don't have an estimated time for when it will reopen -- plan ahead and budget in the extra travel time. so far new issues heading south, good shape on the pike and west of town. so far nicely. randy: breaking overnight, fire investigators are looking for the trigger to a four-alarm fire in allston. the flames shooting though the roof of the three family house on myrick street just after midnight. the red cross is helping nearly a dozen people find a new place to stay. one firefighter suffered a back injury. no one else was hurt. the fire chief says the fire caused an estimated $1 million in damages. commitment 2016, today donald
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timing. the eyeopener's erika tarantal is here to set the stage. erika: just hours before giving a major speech on immigration trump says he will travel to mexico. trump tweeting last night, i have accepted the invitation of president enrique pena nieto, of mexico, and look very much forward to meeting him tomorrow. last night, trump was in washington state for a rally. he was met by protesters filling the streets in everett. later today he's expected to finally spell out the specifics on cnn, the candidate's son gave a preview of what we could hear. collects you have to eliminate sanctuary cities, you have to get rid of the criminals certainly first and foremost, you have to secure the border. these are common sense things. erika: in recent meetings with hispanic supporters, trump has suggested he could be open to changing his hardline approach. but he has also said he is still committed to building a wall with mexico. his speech is at 9:00 tonight in arizona we'll stream it live on
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randy? randy: john mccain is on his way to the general election. the senator beat back a primary in arizona as he competes for his sixth term in office. challenger kelli ward, a tea party activist and former state senator, suggested that at 80-years-old, mccain would not be able to complete another term. and marco rubio will get a shot at a second term. the former presidential candidate won the gop primary in florida a bid he launched at the last minute after dropping out and embattled former dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz also came out on top beating back a strong primary challenge in her congressional reelection bid. vice presidential nominee tim kaine's wife will campaign in boston today. anne holton will participate in a women for hillary roundtable at suffolk university law school. she'll also visit a clinton campaign office during her swing through the hub. emily: new this morning, five
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of sexual misconduct involving students at phillips academy in andover. the globe reports the allegations were disclosed by the school in a letter to the community. the alleged abuse happened in the 1970's and 1980's. the school encouraged alumni to come forward about abuse after recent revelations at other elite schools. we are now learning the man accused of killing two nuns in mississippi was living across the street before the murders. police say rodney sanders was staying in a metal shed and had offered to mow the women's lawn. sister paula merrill and sister margaret held were found stabbed to death in their home last week. no motive has been revealed. sister merrill is a native of stoneham. randy: your taxpayer money used for a private bash during july 4 celebrations. 5 investigates has learned two top state officials are suspended for it. the eyeopener's doug meehan is in boston with what we've uncovered. doug: getting a spot here during
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but it was no problem for some state employees. this is the invitation to the private party. the guests greeted by the dcr deputy commissioner. then golf carts, rented by dcr and driven by dcr staff, used to transport them from the party on beacon street to the esplanade. records obtained exclusively by five investigates' mikau thrown by dcr commisioner leo roy and deputy commissioner matthew sisk went out to more than a dozen state employees. now both men are suspended without pay for one week for utilizing dcr resources for their private event. they've also reimbursed the state more than the executive $800. office of energy and environmental affairs released this statement saying the use of state resources for this private event was entirely inappropriate
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commissioner sisk fully reimbursed the state so that not a single tax dollar was wasted. after we started asking questions, roy and sisk reported the party to the ethics commission which ordered them to undergo additional ethics training. doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: right now a teenager is being held without bail accused of making a threat against a school involving a gun. police say the 17-year-old was media posts targeting pentucket regional high school. another student went to police after seeing a post where the teen was allegedly standing with a gun referring to a the first day of school. police do not believe there was ever any danger to the school community. and alito a former sharon rabbi is admitting to using temple funds to pay off a blackmailer. that's according to court papers filed after a hearing in the case. prosecutors say barry starr used
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secretly dating men while married. before a judge friday, starr admitted prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him. the case will be continued and if he's not charged with another crime within a year charges will be dropped. randy: a group of kayakers gets a terrible scare in new york. the mishap landing 10 of them in the hospital. framingham police struggle with a suspect. how they finally managed to subdue the man. money on school lunches, can come down to packaging. the changes that really add up. erika? erika: breaking overnight, two people have died after an overnight crash right outside of the ted williams tunnel. the eastbound side of the tunnel is closed right now. also breaking, one firefighter has a back injury after this four-alarm fire in allston. it broke out on myrick street in boston. cindy? cindy: a little more humid
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weather, ahead. first here's what to expect when you head out the door in this back-to-school day for some kids. temperatures running in the
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randy: also. -- alsawesome. team members from reading gymnastics academy waking us up today. emily: they're celebrating their 35th anniversary this year. randy: they look so young. [laughter] emily: students in reading also celebrating the first day of school today. perfect time to record a wake up call. upload it to ulocal by using our wcvb news app. cindy: this is the last day of
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in the record books, the entire summer we have not even had four inches of rain. june, july, august that's the meteorological summer. this will be the driest on record, back to the 1800s. we don't look like we will see much of the showers late a or into the -- late day or into the evening but right now it is the driest summer on record. there's a lot going on and i want to get you up to speed we are still tracking hurricane in the atlantic and we have a tropical depression,. this one is spinning away and doesn't look like it will be a player at all but this tropical depression is organizing and
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into a tropical storm and perhaps make a landfall sometimes thursday night and from there it lifts northward -- it looks like it will be heading safely to the south. however the computer models are trending west because this upper-level jetstream wind is going to be relaxing and it will allow us to meander north and west until the end of the upcoming holiday weekend. be some on the beaches but we could get into some rain and we will keep you posted. meantime, it is swimmingly clear. it is starting to get sticky of with that southwesterly wind and it is starting to get uncomfortable on the cape, coming out ahead of the cold front.
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increase of high-level clouds. 71 on the cape, 60's in the miramax valley. the brightest guys will be through the morning hours and clouds through the afternoon but despite the increase we will still manage mid and upper 80's, the highest 86 in boston in your 80 down on the cape. the clouds increase but by 5:00 one or two isolated hours there's a better chance for showers, uncomfortable for sleeping. a lot of clouds tomorrow and a good shot at being showers. during the morning hours it will be closer to boston and then the focus shifts -- a slow-moving funnel boundary but once it moves out, comfortable air through friday for the start of
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eyes are on the tropics as we head toward labor day. let's get you back out to the roads. olessa: breaking news in east boston, an overnight crash with two people killed involving a vehicle and small shuttle bus. if you are heading out, plan accordingly. this overnight accident happened over 1:00 and this side of 1a is shut down. nort closed, this ongoing investigation half-mile away. if you are trying to access 1a eastbound, traffic is being diverted and the detour will put you back there. stay right for logan and left for bennington street. we don't have an estimated time of when it will reopen and we
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along 128 and once again by trapelo road. trains and buses are running on schedule. is something about your commute really bugging you? is there a traffic mystery you just can't figure out? ask olessa. tweet me, post on my facebook page or email askolessa@hearst.com. i'll get answers for you and share them right here on the eyeopener. randy: this morning two kayakers are in critical condition after being hit by a ferry on the hudson river. 10 people were injured in all. police say the pilot of the ferry was taking the usual route. he saw the kayakers out of the corner of his eye and couldn't stop in time. no charges have been filed. >> [shouting] randy: when you are seeing here is a suspect and framingham
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29-year-old marcus bino punching the officers in the kitchen of a framingham apartment. his girlfriend called 911 early sunday morning for help saying he was punching her. the police chief says the officers displayed incredible restraint as the combative suspect refused to follow any commands. >> in 32 years this is one of the worst i have seen. finally able to restrain bino with a taser. he's facing multiple charges including two counts of assault and battery on a police officer. the officers, treated for injuries at an area hospital. emily: we are continuing our best practices on the eye -- this morning we have easy ways to save. olessa: the key is what you buy and the packaging. for example we compared buying bags of potato chips to popping
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70 two cups of the popcorn, but you save money. 56 cents versus 28. choices like that can add up, and as the school of nutrition at tufts university spelled out in this guide to packing lunch, so can choices like these. a piece of fruit three times a week instead of individual fruit cups. you save $37 a year. a homemade lunch instead of pre-packed twice a week saves $95 a year. packing in a reusable container instead of 2 sandwich baggies a day saves $11. not a ton, but it saves the planet too. >> the initial cost is a little bit but they keep going. it really is very low cost, noncontributing to landfill. erika: another biggie is have kids bring their own water bottle. compare that to bottled sports drinks or juices and the savings is more than $100 a year. all of that can really add up.
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heading outside. it's a whole new way of learning and it's really catching on. we'll check it out tomorrow morning. randy? randy: teachers in west bridgewater channel justin timberlake. their back to school message, in eyepoppers. then new at 5:30, police say this man caused chaos, over a bag of flaming hot cheetos. the moves landing him in handcuffs. a teenager is recovery after an unusual stabbing. the weapon making the attack especially gruesome. olessa: breaking overnight, two people have died after a crash just outside the ted williams tunnel. the eastbound side of the tunnel
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olessa: the last morning of august, and look at this -- look at all the this is the warmest august on record. today is going to be another warm day but not as wet as yesterday, clouds moving in from the west, mostly cloudy skies through the afternoon, temperatures coming up into the 80's. we may sneak away to the beach today but be advised that there is rough surf and rip current. we can see if you showers lingering and thursday and then
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70's on friday. emily: time for your wednesday eyepoppers. olessa, do you have your dancing shoes on? olessa: we know school leaders in west bridgewater do. check it out. >> ? [laughter] olessa: music by justin timberlake lyrics by west bridgewater superintendent patty oakley. she wanted to come up with a unique way to welcome everyone back and fire up the teachers. we'd say mission accomplished. and when you've been married for 52 years, you might pick up some of the same habits, like dressing alike. a teenager snapped these pictures of his grandparents living it up in florida like twins. apparently ed and fran started wearing matching outfits when they went square dancing a few
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randy: tim tebow is trying to become a pro baseball player. what people are saying about his mlb showcase. and a desperate effort to save a man, struggling to save his kids in the water. a witness describes how people teamed up, to try and prevent
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olessa: i deadly crash near logan airport. the information just coming in. randy: flames tearing through a building in boston. the tense moments for firefighters. sera: stabbed with a golf club -- the clue police want to find. erika: all eyes on donald trump. the critical speech and the surprise trip taking himself of the border, on the eye. 5:30, the ted williams tunnel is still closed after that deadly overnight crash. olessa is following up. thank you for joining us. emily: a lot of kids are going back to school. it's warmer. cindy: it feels like august.
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and then we will get back to cool. 70 degrees on average with lots of sunshine, more clouds and it will be humid day. temperatures will into the 80's. 69 in boston, 63 in worcester, and you can see a few high clouds are starting to move in streaming off the final boundary. this is producing some showers across western new york state, slowly tracking in our . most of the day will be dry but after we get into the morning you will notice more clouds -- by lunchtime we are already out to the mid-80's, mid to upper 80's this afternoon despite the clouds. notice how the clouds fill in this morning into the afternoon, we can't rule out a spot or isolated shower later but that's about it. a tropical depression and number
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impact the weather by the end of the weekend. details coming up. right now we want to get you back to that overnight crash. olessa: the ted williams tunnel is still closed on the eastbound side, and you can see these pictures coming in where two people were killed and another taken to the hospital. the road is still shut down and we will let you know when it reopens. meantime i will show you what you need to know -- one a is closed for that active eastbound out of the ted you'll want to take a detour -- it will put you want to bennington and then back to 1a. stay right for logan and left for bennington. we will keep you posted and let you know when the crashes cleared away. the rest of your ride is quiet,
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of town so far is a fairly quiet start with trains and buses on schedule. emily: we're following several breaking stories righht now on the eye. randy: erika tarantal is tracking new information as it comes in. erika: first to east boston were two people are dead after a -- nearly a dozen people are burned out after this fire in allston. at one point, the flames were so fierce firefighters were ordered out of the building on myrick street. one firefighter was treated for minor injuries. the other big story we're following right now, donald trump is headed to mexico today where he will meet with the country's president. the trip comes just hours before he's set to deliver a big immigration speech in arizona. randy,ly recovering after being stabbed in the neck with a golf club. emily: this morning the suspect in the case will face a judge. the eyeopener's sera congi is live in malden with what we know at this hour. sera: we know that victim is expected to recover but he's being treated for serious injuries. his friend will be here this morning to face serious charges. sky 5 over the scene in wakefield last night where an
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police say he was stabbed with that golf club during a fight in breakheart reservation. when officers arrived the victim was in the middle of a pathway wounded and bloody. it didn't take them long to make an arrest. >> the suspect was still in the car and then crashed in wakefield. sera: that's where police arrested 18-year-old curtis day of beverly. for hours after the arrest, in the reservation looking for part of the golf club as evidence. it's not clear what sparked the fight but police say it started when a third teenager showed up. he was interviewed by police and the da's office. curtis day will be arraigned on a number of charges here this morning including attempted murder. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. randy: family members are reaching out for answers one year after a new hampshire woman
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no one was ever arrested in the case. a rose marks the spot where denise roberts was found. in a quiet neighborhood in manchester's north end. she was just out for a walk. the 62-year-old was a well-known ad salesperson for the union leader newspaper. her family says this has been the longest year of their lives but they've also had a lot of support. >> i just want to thank the community there has been so many people who have reached out to us and assisted in a lot of different ways. randy: a walk and vigil in denise robert's memory will be held tomorrow. a reward for information is up to $42,000. emily: this morning we're learning new details about the death of a man in new hampshire who was trying to save his children. 39-year-old thai chinh and his family were spending the day at profile falls in bristol monday afternoon. witnesses say chinh's four children began having trouble swimming so he jumped in to save them.
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>> he was holding him up and pushing him out of the water but it was clear that he can't swim either. my mom got little boy out of the water. she started doing cpr and mouth-to-mouth. emily: witnesses helped pulled the four children to safety. all were taken to the hospital, and are expected to be ok. support for a boy, battling cancer. how his classmates are making sure he knows they're thinking of him. your home is unsettling enough. but police say a suspect in plymouth did something, to make the crime even creepier. breaking overnight, one firefighter has back injuries after a fire in allston. the four-alarm fire broke out on myrick street forcing nearly a
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olessa: breaking news boston -- the crash from the overnight hours, two people killed and another taken to the hospital. traffic on eastbound side of the tunnel is being detoured through the airport so if you are heading in that direction expect delays. note estimated time of when it will be open. we will keep you posted throughout the morning. cindy: a warm start your wednesday, the last morning of august with a nice.
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more humid. mid and upper 80's with nothing more than an isolated shower. a better chance of showers into tomorrow and then we are driving things out, cooling them down for the first half of the holiday weekend and watching the tropics for labor day. emily: kids from marshfield rallying around a friend who needs all the support he can get right now. the 4th grader is battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer. 9-year-old tommy scardina missed his first day of school yesterday as he continues to receive treatment for nut midline carcinoma. his friends wanted to make sure he knew they were there for him, all wearing tommy's challenge tee-shirts his uncle is selling to help with the growing medical bills. quacks it was definitely something we were not prepared for. i don't think anybody can be when you get that type of news.
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randy: updates ahead on breaking news, including a a deadly crash involving an airport shuttle, and a big fire in boston. we're also tracking the string of crimes that police say, started with a snack. and you could call it the play of the day.
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emily: the eyeopener team ready with your news to go. antoinette is following breaking news on a deadly crash in east boston. sera is in malden, doug is on the esplanade, and erika has details on a surprising trip by donald trump. randy: but first, florida is bracing for a tropical threat, right now, the storm is just a tropical depression but it is expected to strengthen and strike florida's gulf coast later this week. now that same system may be tracking our way this weekend. cindy: yeah. first of all, florida hasn't had a hurricane since 2005. this may get close to hurricane strength before it hits, and you can see the forecast taking it near florida late tomorrow. then you will see the carolinas -- by labor day it is very close to the coast line. let's talk about the potential
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in the morning hours, this is one computer model, but a fairly reliable one. it looks like it will be safely out to see. then look what happens on labor day; it starts to meander back toward the north and west. the upper levels will be removed, which can typically carry them safely out to sea, but with the absence of the wind it will sit there and meander. impacts here from rain and wind, particularly in southeastern massachusetts. just to give you a heads up, this is something we need to watch very closely by labor day. cap minimum it looks like we will be getting something rough. rip current risk as well as the beaches today, that's a function of what's happening out ahead of
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that is number eight near the carolinas. this will head out to see but we are starting to see some high clouds, starting to work in our direction. look how gorgeous it is, a warm start, 69 degrees, more humidity today with brighter skies that cloud over a little bit but he will be a warm day, mid and upper 80's run at 90 in a few spots. the shower threat comes in late in the day and overnight, a better chance of showers first thing tomorrow morning before the threat shifts into the afternoon. then we will dry things out on friday. we cool things off on friday. emily: breaking overnight, a deadly crash is under investigation in east boston. randy: the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is live near the scene with what we know
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antoinette: it was a horrible scene earlier this morning, all of this happening on route one a right behind me. you can still see the shuttle bus that was involved in this crash and we just got new information -- we have learned that the two people killed in the crash were riding in that shuttle bus. let's give you a closer look at the scene that unfolded after the shuttle bus involved a dark-colored sedan. police say haven't had how many people were riding in the vehicles but two people were killed and another forward taken to the hospital. those killed were riding in the bus. no word on the identities of the victims, it is still under investigation at this hour.
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stepanova on the detours that is causing. olessa: yes, this is going to be a big headache for commuters -- they don't have an estimated time of when they will reopen but hopefully during the rush hour. if you were trying to access the tourism through logan airport as you travel the pike, traffic is being diverted, detouring on to bennington put you want to 1a. stay right through logan or left for bennington street. we will keep you posted and will have more from antoinette in that it. another crash by 129, the northbound side starting to pick up delays out of avon. the pike is still only 15 minutes, the 93 south building volumes through methuen, so far looking pretty good. trains and buses on schedule. emily: also breaking,
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the cause of a four-alarm fire in allston. the flames, shooting though the roof of the 3 family house on myrick street just after midnight. the red cross is helping nearly a dozen people find a place to stay. one firefighter suffered a back injury. no one else was hurt. the fire chief estimated damage at around $1 million. sera: a beverly man will be in court today, after allegedly stabbing his friend with a golf club. the 18-year-old victim was transported to the hospital by fight at breakheart reservation, one teen allegedly stabbed the other in the neck with a golf club. the suspect took off in a stolen car, and then crashed in wakefield center where he was arrested. sera, police identify him as 18-year-old curtis day. he will be arraigned today on several charges including attempted murder.
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executives using your tax dollars for a private 4th of july party here on the esplanade. the guests -- [no audio] [no audio] emily: a surprise move from donald trump who >> we are going to secure our border and stop the drugs from pouring in and destroying our country. erika: trump touched on the topic last night in washington state. for weeks he's been called on to clarify his position. he tweeted last night he was accepting an invitation from mexican president enrique pena nieto to meet. nieto has been critical of trump and his promise to deport millions and force mexico to pay for a border wall, even
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trump's speech tonight is set to begin at 9:00 in arizona, we'll stream it live on our news apps. randy: john mccain is on his way -- plymouth police are looking for a man they say broke into two home half-naked. , the break-ins happened just before midnight sunday at white horse beach. police say neither break-in appeared to be forced. one homeowner says she woke up to find the stranger standing inside her house. police haven't release a suspect description. they caution all homeowners to keep their doors locked. emily: the family of this toddler says they were robbed at a hospital with their toddler is battling leukemia. kelly smith says someone stole her husband's wedding ring, and about $2,000 in cash, from her son kayden's room at hasbro children's hospital. smith says she and her husband woke up in the room to find their items gone. the cash was from a recent fundraiser for kayden. singer chris brown is facing
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when a woman called asking for help. the call kicked off an hours-long stand off between brown and police. during that time brown posted videos to social media declaring his innocence. brown eventually came out of his home and was taken into custody. he posted $200,000 bail overnight. randy: police say this missouri man tried to steal a bag of flaming hot cheetos, and punched the gas station clerk who stopped him. joshua crook was arrested monday night. police say after the foiled station, poured gas on the ground and tried to start a fire with a cigarette. he's now facing felony attempted arson charges. emily: tampa bay launched a late rally to beat the sox at fenway park. xander bogaerts doubled in the sixth inning, briefly put the red sox up, 3-1. the rays tied it in the seventh. and then the gaming winning solo shot went over the green monster. the rays win it, 4-3. the loss keeps boston two games
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randy: check out this play in cleveland. pitcher zach mcallister takes the line-drive off his leg and some quick thinking makes the catch. >> he should think about hackey-sack. randy: the indians go on to beat the twins, 5-4. emily: mixed reviews on tim tebow's performance on the baseball field, including from the red sox. the former nfl quarterback is trying to break into the major leagues. according to tebow's agent, scouts from 28 of the mlb's 30 teams had a look. the sox say it's highly unlikely they'll sign him. the heisman trophy winner hasn't played baseball since high school. >> that part i think will be very challenging in september. but i have fundraisers to preoccupy me. randy: tom brady talking about his 4-game deflategate suspension, as his preseason wraps up.
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return until the week of october third. emily: this job not always glamorous. this houston reporter is with one of our abc sister-stations. he was sent to cover a massive water main break. and you can see how that went. at&t contractors struck the main while installing cable. if anything the reporter seemed to enjoy himself. [laughter] randy: hot day in the city. cindy: clearly he was prepared. he had on the raingear and everything. let's prepare you for this day, a warm one. the last area of august, you can see how we have been so warm, four degrees above average. this will go down as the warmest august on record, temperatures
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should be about 77 degrees for an average high. your 70 in boston, 63 in worcester, and the wind is starting to pick up out of the southwest before bringing back the sticky air. more humid now, and it continues to rip up throughout the day. high clouds a streaming in from the west ahead of a frontal boundary which is producing showers. but a lot of these are going to dry , and at the same time we have a tropical depression off the carolina coastline -- that will pass by to the south, but this tropical depression still has some strength and could head toward the florida coast. this will happen late thursday and from their notice how it brushes the carolinas and comes up on labor day -- potential
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afternoon, not much in the way of shower activities, maybe one or two by the end of the day, a better chance to get showers overnight when it will be sticky and uncomfortable, lows in the 60's to around 70 and the front comes through tomorrow. the rest of the shower forecast, we try things out and bring back the sunshine for the holiday weekend and as we head toward labor day we will be a close pass and you can see with that there are potential impacts of wind and rain -- we will keep you posted. i want to get you back out to that overnight crash. olessa: breaking news from overnight, two people killed in a crash that happened after 1:00 , the eastbound pike being detoured through logan airport, route 1a shutdown. keep in mind that this is an
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you are traveling that way, if you need to get over, you will be detoured east coming out of the ted williams tunnel over to the airport, then you will be able to get a detour that will put you back onto 1a. stay right for logan and left for bennington street -- give yourself lots of extra travel time, we don't have an estimated time of when it will a crash on 24 in the final stages of clearing. eastbound on the pike is not too bad and so far it's a quiet start. randy: chilling new details on the man accused of killing two nuns in mississippi.
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emily: breaking overnights, a crash outside the ted williams tunnel. the information just coming in on this tragedy involving an airport shuttle. >> breaking news, flames shooting through the roof of a home in boston, the injuries sidelining one firefighter. >> and donald trump headed to mexico today. the meeting coming just hours ahead of a major immigration speech. it's on the eye for this wednesday morning.

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