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on saturday with a blend of sun and clouds. a quick shower or thunderstorm on sunday. overall, it's a summer-like weekend. we're breaking down the forecast right now as the eyeopener continues. >> carbon monoxide leak in watertown. the instinct that saved the day. >> donald trump makes a controversial comparison. key moments from a debate preview. >> school starting today in the city of bost. for the year on the eye for this thursday morning. >> talk about belts tightening. the accessories making it easier to watch your waistline. that's ahead. good morning. i'm emily riemer. >> i'm randy price. i don't know if i want to watch
you won't be able to eat. >> i help it helps lose a little bit, so that could be good. >> well, boston back today. >> we need to be careful because it's going to be tough to see them. a lot of fog. dense fog advisory through 9:00 a.m. up and down the coastline, including the city of boston. visibility is reduced. across worcester, mile and a half visibility. in boston, quarter-mile, half a mile so the fog is out there and it may slow you down. patches of mist and drizzle not showing up too well on the radar. we're finding more showers coming in bands through parts of the south coast this morning and the cape. these are actually still associated with what's left of hermine spinning to our south. this is going to cut out this morning as the front inches closer to us this afternoon. ahead of that it is going to warm up. it's muggy this morning.
you can see the clouds thank you late morning. but in the afternoon the skies start to brighten up a little bit, so we'll see sunshine by lunchtime and into the afternoon. but watch out for fog and drizzle in spots. let's get you to the roads. the fog is probably going to slow you down, olessa. >> we can see it on our cameras. a live look at the expressway. this is this is a check by the mall. that's the northbound side. you can see highlights on the road. but everyones let's check the maps. construction now clearing 93 south and also on the expressway north by mass avenue. road work on 128 clearing shortly great plain avenue to highland avenue. trains and buses starting on schedule. >> a missing kayaker has been found safe in quincy. the coast guard says that 30-year-old kyle rager swam back
somewhere all of wollaston beach last night. his roommated called police when he didn't return home. >> people are recovering after a carbon monoxide leak in watertown. >> quick thinking that may have saved their lives. newscenter 5's john atwater is on riverside street this morning. >> randy, three adults and three children were treated at mass general. this happened last nig side street in watertown. firefighters went door to door to get people out and they even went through windows if people didn't respond. firefighters say the carbon monoxide levels here were very high, registering at 90 parts per million. three parts per million is considered normal. everyone did make it out safely in large part thanks to their neighbor. >> smelled like a car was running in our apartment. and i went down in the basement
smell was carbon monoxide. it's a deadly gas that has no odor. but he did know enough to call for help and of course firefighters came and took those people to the hospital. this morning everyone is back in their apartments. we're live in watertown, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. >> new details after a deadly shooting in boston. it happened last night on ripley road in dorchester. witnesses tell the herald a hooded gunman opened fire on friends talking a man in his 20s was killed possibly by as many as seven gunshots. no word on arrests. former new england mob boss frank salemme heads before a judge today on murder charges. salemme and paul weadick charged with killing boston nightclub owner steven disarro in 1993. disarro was a federal witness. his remains were discovered in march. if convicted, both suspects could get the death penalty. >> manchester, new hampshire police are searching for this man. he's accused in the violent
owner. police say thomas ford held a gun to the clerk and attacked him yesterday at han's food mart. the 81-year-old owner is hospitalized with serious injuries but is expected to recover. police say the suspect was armed with a semiautomatic. the future of a body camera program for the boston police department is now in the hands of a judge. the patrolman's union wants to delay the pilot program, citing a number of issues, including cameras actually put officers in danger. police commissioner william evans wants to move ahead even though no officers have volunteered. the judge is expected to announce his decision tomorrow on this. back to school for kids in the city of boston this morning. there are changes students and parents will notice this year. juli mcdonald is in hyde park this morning where the mayor will be welcoming students a little bit later this morning.
school. this will be the first of many stops for mayor marty walsh and superintendent tommy chang and they greet students. three things of note. boston public schools will go into the year with about a $5 million cut for fiscal 2017. also, boston latin school has a new headmaster after more than 100 reported cases of racially-charged incidents. there will be a focus on water fountains at all talked to newscenter 5 about the upcoming year. among the changes, a new policy for water fountains at 24 city schools. >> we will be flushing every single morning. we know the best way to get lead out of water is to just flush the water. >> it was earlier this year that six schools tested positive for
right now bottled water is supplied. live in hyde park this morning, i'm juli mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5. >> commitment 2016. an all-out push on the campaign trail after a critical moment in the race for the white house. donald trump getting some attention for his comments about russian leader vladimir putin. >> i think when he calls me brilliant, i'll take the he's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. >> trump and hillary clinton appeared separately last night at a forum on how they would perform as commander in chief. clinton described her vote to go to war in iraq as a mistake and one she says she won't make battling isis. >> we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again and we're not putting ground troops into syria. we're going to defeat isis
>> today it's back to the battleground states. hillary clinton is in north carolina and missouri. donald trump campaigns in ohio. and massachusetts goes to the polls today. there are a few races to watch. there's one competitive congressional primary. two republicans will face off to try and unseat brad casler in the ninth district. state senator brian joyce is retiring after 18 years. he's facing federal investigations into alleged ethical represent 10 communities south of boston. another big retirement -- state rep gloria fox, the longest-serving african-american woman in the legislature. three women are vying to replace her in the seventh suffolk district. >> today a mother is set to stand trial in the death of her 5-month-old who was poisoned by heroin. the child died in 2011.
a judge sentenced the baby's father, ryan barry, to 10 to 12 years behind bars after he pleaded guilty. 29-year-old ashley is due in court this morning. a new hampshire high school student is dead after a drug overdose. the principal of the school says the student overdosed yesterday morning. the principal sent a letter home to parents sharing this news and the details of he put in place, police will only confirm the investigation. they are not confirming the cause of the death at this point. >> new highway signs are supposed to give drive times to commuters. but that hasn't happened just yet. you asked olessa what's taking so long. she has the answer. boston city hall will get a big makeover this fall. the changes in store and who's footing the bill.
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>> no, i didn't. [laughter] >> this morning all about this fog. real murky start. along the coastline, a dense fog advisory. half a mile in beverly. you can see around plymouth visibility just over a mile. same deal in the worcester area and in lawrence. the fog is out there. it may slow you down. use sme temperatures in the mid and upper 60s. so feeling sticky and uncomfortable this morning. going to be this way all day long. temperatures starting out in the mid and upper 60s as well. the air is pretty saturated. that's why the fog this morning. you can see on radar not a lot is showing up. it's not doing the best job of picking up on mist and drizzle out there. you may encounter that.
what's left of hermine. the circulation is weak, but it's going to drift across nantucket this morning and it's going to keep clouds locked in place. this afternoon, the front to the west will push toward us. ahead of it there's a push of really warm air, so the temperatures will respond in the afternoon. we'll keep clouds, drizzle, and fog around through mid morning. as we get into the afternoon, the stars begin to brighten. but it happens from west to east. so of breaks to the west. as we get toward about 4:00, 5:00, the breaks becoming more numerous. so partly sunny skies this afternoon, low-to-mid 80s. maybe 85. along the coastline with that northeasterly wind we'll keep it in the 70s. there could be a brief shower, maybe a thunderstorm as we go into the overnight hours. nothing widespread. but what we have going on here is a frontal boundary across our area. on the other side of the front,
cloudiness tomorrow morning, skies brighten tomorrow, it turns less humid. with a westerly wind we make a run toward 90 degrees tomorrow. if we do that in boston, it will be the 21st time this year. it has been a hot summer, as you know. hang on to the summertime weather for the weekend. wet weather chances come early saturday. another front will cross the area. maybe a passing shower or thunderstorm early on. behind that front, look at that early next we a fall feel heading into next week. but it fe-- it's feeling sticky this morning. >> you can see the northbound side toward the bottom of the screen. they are approaching an earlier crash by the south bay mall. you can see volume is backing things up this morning. let's get to the map. the crash in the final stages
mall, but expect a backup as you approach 93. road work picked up on the expressway. 24 looks good. no problems on 95. the pike is quiet. construction cleared on 128 by great plain avenue. north of town, we're in pretty good shape right now. 93 south looks good. trains and buses running on schedule. it's time for the answer version of ask olessa. many asks about the signs up on most of the major highways. the digital displays are blank. viewers like times. they are still in testing mode. they want to make sure information is being transmitted correctly, including testing the solar panels. they are expected to be up and running by the end of november. keep those questions coming. you can ask olessa. tweet me, post on my facebook page or e-mail me at email@example.com. i'll get answers and share them on the eyeopener. >> to your health.
it's called the welt, short for wellness belt. it uses a magnetic sensor to track waist size throughout the day and using the belt tension to determine when you may have overindulged. i think mine just went off. [laughter] >> you can check the data in the welt's phone app. it's a kick starter project right now and if you donate $99, you can reserve a belt. >> your economy now drivers here in massachusetts. yesterday a federal appeals court ruled that drivers have to resolve claims individually with uber instead of through a class action lawsuit. this ruling allows less leverage for drivers in a separate lawsuit accusing of uber of exploits them by categorizing them as independent contractors, not employees. new changes to boston city hall this fall. the city announced yesterday
garden and holiday market. it will open after thanksgiving and stay through february. boston garden development a subsidiary of delaware north will foot much of the cost of that. >> check out the markets now. asian shares mixed overnight following unexpected strong trading on wall street. stock futures here are higher. the nasdaq coming off its second-straight record-high close yesterday. a big >> it's pretty bag. the nuisance stealing the players' attention. investigators now know the cause of a fire in franklin. but one big question remains there. >> a woman mourned as a driver is indicted in her death. 5 investigates this morning revealing the red flags coming before the driver allegedly plowed into a pizza shop. >> a heart-stopping moment turns
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as we get into the afternoon, skies brighten. that will push us into the 70s along the coastline but 80s farther inland. if you've got allergies, ragweed is pretty tough and levels are going to climb as the weather improves heading into the weekend. hot day tomorrow, around 90 degrees, more comfortable on saturday, 80s, a little cooler along the coastline. emily? >> thank you. the red sox take the lead in the a.l. east now. david price through seven innings to lead travis hit his 16th home run. hanly ramirez hit a long ball in the eighth, a homer by brock holt in the ninth. >> time for this morning's eyepoppers. olessa, what do you have this morning? >> we're talking about a bunch of baseball players who spent more time swatting than swinging. it was a rough night in cleveland.
plan. they beat them 6-5. maybe that was the plan all along. just imagine if you saw this guy wandering around near a middle school. police in davie, florida, got this alligator yesterday morning. fortunately, nobody was hurt. suddenly that bunny our parking lot doesn't look so bad. >> i can't imagine -- >> one of the worst jobs ever. >> love the hazard pay. a national anthem protest avoided. how one team stopped the boycott before it could even start. >> new this morning, moving without major headaches. hacks to make everything easier, no matter how far you are going. >> a live look here we promise you. that's fog in our camera.
9:00 a.m. this morning. keep that in mind as you're heading out the door. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5 president and general manager. >> the city and boston police patrolman's association agreed to test voluntary use of bacterials as matters between cities and their unions often do, this one will be decided in court. it shouldn't need judicial review. would be selected from volunteers. the result -- no one stepped forward, forcing commissioner evans to choose 100. the union leadership posted notices warning their members to stay on the sidelines and succeeded in solidifying their ranks against use of the cameras.
disputes. they resolve disputes before escalation. in boston where the police have successfully navigated troubled waters affecting other cities, bdo helped the politician verse of two shootings and maintained order. unwillingness to wear cameras even in a limited test such reticence is in stark contrast to the many admirable community outreach programs conducted by the police department is more likely to chip away at favorable relations between residents and a police
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>> a this s.u.v. crashed into a newton restaurant. the mother of one of the victims talking about her heartbreak. >> it's been horrible. >> her message this morning and what 5 investigates was first to discover. >> students in boston returning to the classroom this morning. the new steps taken at one school that's being criticized. >> the message to show all are
>> the quick action credited with saving lives. >> the simple steps to avoid a packing headache. >> 5:30 thursday morning. and traffic moving along with a little bit of fog out there. actually, a lot of fog in some areas. good morning, thank you for joining us. i'm randy price. >> i'm emily riemer along with cindy and olessa. it is the first day of school forid we hope you have a great day. and be careful out there. it's pretty foggy. >> yeah. walking on the sidewalks this morning, at the bus stop, you'll need extra time. be careful out there. dense fog advisory through 9:00 this morning. this includes boston. really up and down the coastline here we've got visibility in spots a quarter of a mile. that's the case in the city and beverly.
portsmouth. in coastal maine this fog is an issue. radar looks fairly quiet. however, radar shooting over areas with mist and drizzle, may want the umbrella. there have been showers along the south coast and the cape. the skies will brighten up. temperatures running in the 60s now with the clouds hanging on through late the skies brighten and temperatures will respond. we go into the 70s this afternoon in boston. it's a northeasterly wind so cooler at the coast. we're in the 80s farther inland. this morning all about that fog slowing you down. olessa, how are we doing on the roads. >> visibility is not great. that fog is in place 93 southbound. it's a dark spot. you can see the delays on the
the expressway north on the shoulder by the south bay mall. to the braintree split, you're in pretty good shape. 24 looks ok. no issues on 95 or 128. the pike is 15 minutes eastbound. 495 to 128. 94 south so far so good. the trains and buses are running on schedule. >> breaking overnight, a missing kayaker has been found safe in kyle rager swam back to shore after losing his kayak off wollaston beach last night. he got home on his own. crews searched for him for more than four hours. >> new details right now after a deadly shooting in the city of boston. this happened last night on ripley road in dorchester. witnesses tell the herald that a hooded gunman opened fire on a group of friends. they were talking on a sidewalk and a man in his 20s was killed,
frank salemme will be back in court today. salemme and paul weadick charged with killing boston nightclub owner steven disarro in 1993. disarro was a federal witness. his remains were discovered in march. >> i just broke out -- it's been horrible. >> we learn new details about the man now indicted for plowing into a newton pizza restaurant. 5 investigates first to break this news. >> this morning, grieving the eyeopener's antoinette antonio is in newton with what we have learned. >> emily, the sweet tomatoes is still closed this morning. in fact, several months later you can see it is all boarded up out here in west newton. the crash back in march killed two people and injured seven more. the driver now facing two counts of motor vehicle homicide. 5 investigates learned just a
stop. his driving record includes three surchargeable crashes. eleanor miele was one of two customers killed instantly when casler's s.u.v. slammed into the restaurant. she was on her way to church to prepare easter baskets for the poor. her brother is demanding answers and her mother is still heart broken. >> it's been horrible ever since. the only thing that keeps me going is my faith. that's my faith in god. >> license wasn't taken away before that permanently. >> ed desmond says he is also upset that he had to learn about the indictment on the news. his sister would have been 59 years old on sunday. a court date has not been set for casler. prosecutors haven't spelled out what they have found and what they believe happened here. we will keep you posted on what
antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> new clues right now in a hit-and-run in the city of lowell. police hope that this video will lead to an arrest. the video shows a car hitting a 19-year-old near the umass lowell campus monday morning. it does not appear the victim was in the crosswalk. she has been released from the hospital and her friend tells newscenter 5 that the car is a gray or silver-colored sedan. right now bank robbery suspect called armed and dangerous is off the streets and i caught matthew alden sleeping in his car outside a gas station yesterday morning. the 22-year-old was wanted for robbing a bank in west boylston last month. berlin police say he got away when they chased him on sunday. >> thousands of kids in boston are preparing to start a new school year. this year there's a change in leadership at one of the city's most prestigious schools. juli mcdonald live with a new but familiar leader at boston latin.
down after a number of racially-charged incidents. a report found that 115 complaints were filed of racial inequality. 17 of the cases were found to have merit. new interim leader has previously been headmaster at the school for 21 years. he left in 1998. now he's back. he said the school has been working hard this summer to make sure it's a environment for everyone. >> i want you to remember that i did this for 22 years at one of the most tumultuous times in the history of this city. there are things i know have to happen and i'm always willing to meet people halfway. >> the school will incorporate coursework that's reflective of
body. the school will have open communication with the community. a federal civil rights investigation is under way. juli mcdonald, wcvb, newscenter 5. >> republican mitt romney wants to see a big change in the upcoming presidential debates. the upset he hopes voters can make happen. new this morning, make moving easier. expert tips on making the process cheaper and faster. >> ahead, swimmer ryan lochte learns his punen
>> welcome back to the eyeopener. here's a check by the gas tank northbound heading to the bottom of the screen. a few highlights. a 20-minute rain braintree. a crash by the south bay mall. it is foggy out there, cindy. >> maybe tough to see the kids at the bus dense fog advisory along the coast until about 9:00 this morning. the fog, clouds will burn off. we'll see brightening skies this afternoon. it's a humid day. low-to-mid 80s inland. 70s at the coast. tomorrow we make a run towards 90 degrees, less humid as the day wears on. >> you may be one of the
purge your stuff. the pros at organizing boston say it doesn't make sense to pack and move things that you don't use. next, remember that linens and towels can replace bubble wrap. that will save money on packing supplies. most importantly, plan ahead when it comes to booking movers. >> if you can book your move in the middle of the month, middle of the week, movers are more available and the prices tend to be lower. >> another tip -- use colored labels on your boxe corresponding color. that way, you and your movers know exactly what goes where. >> following breaking news in news to go. how a kayaker survived scary moments in the water. and a paralympics athlete shows
>> 5:44 right now. your news to go in watertown, newton and boston where students return to the classroom this morning. >> with a little fog out there. >> be careful walking the street, be careful out there this morning. might be tough to see because of the fog. it's pretty widespread. we have a dense fog advisory until 9:00 a.m. where you see the white, the visibility is reduced. that's where the fog is most
about the same towards portsmouth, new hampshire, half a mile beverly. you get the idea. the fog is out there and it may slow you down. look at the radar, though. we're looking at just some patches of mist and drizzle. nothing showing up on the radar that much. we're actually seeing splashes here off to the west where you can see a little bit of patchy drizzle, but it's not really showing up on the radar. we have this area of low pressure we've been t this is what's left of hermine spinning to our south. this is going to kind of slowly meander over the cape. it's going to make way for a front to approach. ahead of the front there's really warm air. temperatures into the 80s and 90s to our west. that's going to start to work on in. so by tomorrow, we could be tacking on another 90-degree day in boston. so far this summer, we have had 20. today not that warm. we're starting in the 60s to
by lunch, 70s as skies begin to brighten. we warm up this afternoon into the 80s inland, 70s along the coast. you need patience today because through late morning still a lot of clouds, breaks of sun this afternoon, and as the front approaches from the west tonight, there might be a passing showers. otherwise, clouds tomorrow morning give way to sunshine. your friday turns out pretty fantastic. a hot day, up around 90. saturday in the 80s. cooler at the coastline. let's get to the roads now. problems. >> delays on the expressway. this is a check by the gas tank at the northbound side. there's an earlier crash by the south bay mall on the shoulder now. also not the best visibility. let's check out the rest of your ride as we travel into town. that accident clearing but delays back to the braintree split. it's about a 20-minute ride heading north. the pike is quiet right now. 93 south looks good.
connector. trains and buses are on schedule. >> breaking overnight, a missing kayaker has been found safe in quincy. the coast guard says that 30-year-old kyle rager swam back to shore after losing his kayak somewhere off of wollaston beach last night. his roommate called police when he didn't return home in time. that prompted an hourslong search. but he has been found right now several people are recovering after a carbon monoxide leak in boston. >> several sent to the hospital. quick thinking that may have saved lives, john. >> emily, a man who lives here helped get people out of this building. firefighters found elevated levels of carbon monoxide. three adults and children were taken to the hospital. firefighters used fans to air out the building. thankfully, everyone is going to
their apartment this morning. live in watertown this morning, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. >> several months later and the driver in this deadly crash at this newton sweet tomatoes is now formally charged. >> i'm just sad that -- i don't feel anger. i don't know what anger is. >> eleanor miele was customers killed when brad casler's s.u.v. allegedly slammed into this restaurant this past march. 5 investigates was the first to break the news that casler is facing two counts of motor vehicle homicide. we have also learned that just a month earlier he was cited for failing to stop. his driving record also includes three surchargeable crashes. a court date for casler has not
mission high this morning, mayor marty walsh and superintendent tommy chang will join teachers to welcome them back. a $5 million cut for the fiscal year 2017, other changes include a new headmaster at boston latin school following more than 100 reported cases of racially charged incidents. there's a new focus on water fountains at all schools. >> we will be flush morning. we know the best way to get lead out of water is to just flush the water. >> earlier this year, six schools tested positive for high levels of lead in the water supply. rigorous testing took place over the summer and dr. chang says that testing will continue throughout the school year. live in hyde park, i'm juli mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5. >> thank you. boston police are investigating a deadly shooting in dorchester.
witnesses tell the herald that a hooded gunman opened fire on a group of friends. they were talking on a sidewalk. a man in his 20s was killed, possibly by as many as seven gunshots there. no word on any arrests at this point. >> police in new hampshire are investigating a crash. a car slammed into a home on freemont street yesterday morning. the car appeared to have sheered off the entryway into that home. anyone with information is asked following up on more than 1,000 tips now that they have received in the case of a jogger found murdered in princeton. the killer remains on the loose more than a month after vanessa was found dead. the google employee was visiting her family when she was killed her. police told 5 investigates her body was found naked and she had burns on her hands, feet, and head.
pas >> a dog rescued after trying to chew off part of its foot is recovering with new owners. 2-year-old maverick made the desperate move chewi h trying to escape a tether. he's still receiving medical treatment but he is coming along fine. we are told his owner is facing animal cruelty charges. >> curt schilling is doing the howie carr radio network as a talk show host. schilling's three-hour saturday morning show will debut this
nationwide. it will cover subjects from sports to politics. >> mitt romney is supporting gary johnson's fight to get into the debates this fall. the presidential debates -- romney tweeted he hopes voters get to see them debate. the doctor who survived the ebola virus is now another health crisis. today dr. rick sacra is starting a 160-mile bike ride to raise money to fight aids in west africa. he contracted ebola two years ago while working as a missionary physician in liberia. he has been back to west africa several times and noted the
>> the opening ceremony for the paralympics began in radio. the true spirit came out. fans cheer on the athlete as she gets back up from that fall and she quickly finished her march. >> olympic swimmer ryan lochte has learned his punishment for the drunken run-in at a rio gas station. cnn reports that a 10-month suspension was handed u.s.a. swimming and the u.s. olympic committee. he will be banned from the 2017 world championships. lochte admits to making up the story about being robbed at a gas station. >> the washington spirit avoided a protest by megan rapinoe. the women's soccer star took a knee during the anthem during her last match in chicago and she made the move in solidarity
anthem. >> the warrior ice arena is set to open in a matter of hours. sky 5 over the practice facility. during the construction, the governor and boston mayor marty walsh will help kick off the grand opening of the rink tonight at 6:30. >> the red sox take the lead in the al east. david price through innings. travis hit his 16th home run in the second. ramirez hit a long ball in the eighth followed by a homer by brock holt in the ninth. >> we're looking at fog this morning. >> it is so humid outside. really sticky, uncomfortable humidity levels are with us the entire day. the fog will be with us this morning. visibility a quarter mile
we have a dense fog advisory. also watching patchy areas of mist and drizzle. clouds thin out. as we get into the afternoon, the skies will brighten. about 80 to 85 inland. it's going to feel toasty throut we're waiting for the remnants of hermine to get out of our hair. we may see a passing shower or thunderstorm. notice the clouds lingering through lunchtime and then brightening skies this afternoon. temperatures tonight hold in the 60s to near 70 degrees. it's really during the overnight hours that we see any passing shower or thunderstorm. they will be few and far
brighten and less humid air works in. it is going to be a hot day. we're making a run toward 90 degrees coming up on friday. it is going to be the hottest day. mid 80s on cape cod and then 70s to near 80 over the weekend. traveling north, it will be cooler saturday and sunday. a chance of a showers and storms saturday night that way. we'll have that chance here on sunday morning. behind it, dry touch heading into early next week. let's get you to the roads. >> the pike eastbound to the top of the screen. we're watching a crash on the expressway north by the mall. that accident is gone if you're heading to the braintree split, it's about a 20-minute northbound ride on the
>> 93 south looks ok. a little bit of volume, trains and buses on schedule. >> hillary clinton revealing regret in a national security forum. >> her admission and donald trump's new comment on vladimir putin. plus, a belt to better your diet. interesting, right? the design meant to stop overeating. you look [laughter] >> a live look. good morning to our friends in worcester this
randy: a carbon monoxide leak in watertown, the instincts to save the day despite the gas being impossible to detect. emily: and donald trump makes a controversial comparison. key moments from a debate preview. the city of boston. the districts with the promises on the eye for this thursday morning. emily: 6:00 a.m., tony talk abot belt tightening, literally, the smart accessory making it easier to watch your waistline. it's ahead this half-hour. good morning. i'm emily riemer.