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>> state and methuen police investigating a homicide. they were checking a home. after making a forced entry, a woman apostle body was found -- the woman possibly was found. good afternoon, thanks for joining us, i'm erika tarantal. heather: and i'm heather unruh. we're watching a number of stories right now. a driver for an adult health
two teens accused of stabbing a hired driver in chelsea. >> this ticket was purchased at a hannaford supermarket in raymond, new hampshire. now the family who won the 487 million dollar jackpot is claiming it and already giving some to charity. >> back to the van driver accused dementia patients. he is outfitted with a gps. doug meehan is live from the courthouse. >> the suspect was targeting victims based on where they lived so they would be the last person in the van with him. robert mcneil appear before a
patients over the age of 60. at the time of these assaults, they suffered from alzheimer's disease or other developmental disabilities. the assaults took place over the last two years in several towns. an investigation ensued and and all of the cases, they did not -- the victim did not have the ability to communicate what happened to them. he is being released on his own recognizance. if found guilty, he faces a
>> right now, two juveniles are facing several charges, including assault with intent to murder, in the stabbing of a hired driver. newscenter 5's sera congi is live from the courthouse in chelsea. >> the 57-year-old east boston man was released from the hospital this morning. he suffered a slash wound to the neck with a box cutter. ended in violence. around 6:30 last night on congress ave, chelsea police found the driver in this mini-van with a slash wound to his neck. the 57-year-old east boston man was giving two teenagers a ride when they allegedly assaulted the driver with a box cutter. police say the victim was a so called "gypsy driver," providing an unlicensed cab service to the teens, who used the ride to go to a local gamestop to sell goods. investigators believe the attack started with a fight over the fare. thanks to a description from
were tracked down and arrested. those teenagers, to be arraigned in juvenile court are not public. they both face armed assault with intent to murder, and assault and battery. >> commitment 2016, after her health scare yesterday, hillary clinton's taking time off the campaign trail today. yesterday clinton stumbled while york. her campaign says she is fighting pneumonia. now, donald trump says he's planning to release detailed health information from a new physical exam in the coming days. here's abc's kenneth moton. >> it is the stumble seen around the world. hillary clinton's health is center stage in the race for president. >> i don't know what is going
and i hope she gets well and gets back on the trail. >> secret service and aids grabbed -- aides grabbed clinton and got her into a van. finally, the reveal. she was diagnosed with after the episode, a smiling clinton emerged from her daughter's apartment. >> it is consistent with the story we are hearing that she was dehydrated and got rehydrated. >> the scares a renewing the push for candidates to release
ticking up. between now and then, a couple of nice days. upper 60's and lower 70's. sunshine the rest of the afternoon. we hold close to 70 farther inland. we have cooler air coming late in the week. >> a 22-year-old man accused in this deadlas a dangerousness hearing later this week. state police arrested 22-year-old nathaniel armstrong after this crash in the breakdown lane on i-95 early saturday night. a 45-year-old newburyport man was killed. police say armstrong was drunk behind the wheel. he's facing several charges, including motor vehicle homicide. a new hampshire man accused of murder is expected in court today. prosecutors say richard moore repeatedly stabbed 51-year-old joanne boucher.
neighbors say moore, who is a registered sex offender, had been living with boucher for months. investigators are not commenting on a motive. >> the man sentenced to death for the killings of two massachusetts men will ask a jury to spare his life. gary sampson pleaded guilty to the july 2001 carjacking murders and was sentenced to death. but that sentence was thrown out 5 years ago after a judge found one juror lied about her background. a sentencing retrial is set to begin wednesday. about 3 months. >> a plymouth man is expected in court today. charged with stealing police support flags on the cape. barnstable police say witnesses saw 60-year-old david hickman on the route 149 overpass last night. hickman is accused of taking the flags off the overpass and burying them in the woods. police are also checking if he is connected to two other cases of similar vandalism. boston police officers begin the department's body camera pilot program today.
the authority to force officers to wear the cameras. it will be a six-month pilot program. the union expressed disappointment with the judge's decision. however, in a statement, the president said he will work to make the cameras a success. we're getting a new look at the building that's slated to overtake the beloved prouty garden at boston's children's hospital. this 11-story glass building will hold state-of-the-art facilities to treat some of the most ill patients. executives say there is enough demand to build the facility. disrupt sacred ground for families and is not necessary. >> that $487 million powerball ticket, it has been claimed. a news conference was held today. we did not learn the name of the winner. lawyers representing a trust delivered the ticket.
there is only one winner. >> it took us a while how to take that amount of money into the state. that took a couple of days. this amount of money represents more than 10 years of powerball sales cumulative in the state of new hampshire. we are getting our money back and then some. hampshire. the final payout will be $256 million. >> tragedy for a tennessee family when 4 adults and 5 children perish in an early morning house fire. the one person who clings to life. >> the mosque once attended by the orlando nightclub shooter goes up in flames. the new evidence that may prove the early morning blaze was set. cindy: tracking something new in the tropics and one chance for
voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the content of this advertising. every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away
400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools. vote no on question 2. >> new at noon nine people killed after fire rips through this home in memphis, tennessee. four adults and 5 children are dead.
hospitalized in critical condition. it's unclear what caused the fire. >> also new at noon, police in florida say they plan to release surveillance footage that shows someone setting fire to the mosque where the gunman in the orlando nightclub shooting once worshipped. the fire broke out early this morning at the islamic center of fort pierce. investigators say the video shows someone approach the building and then a flash. omar mateen opened fire at the pulse nightclub june 12. that rampage left 49 victims dead and 53 wounded. it was the worst mass shooting in modern u.s. history. >> a mosque was vandalized last night, a group of washers -- a group of worshipers inside at the time. police tell the globe at least one object was thrown at the islamic society of greater nashua. they saw three juveniles walking away and police are investigating. >> patriots martellus bennett and devin mccourty, joining in
observed across the nfl. the players raised their fists at the end of the national anthem. the protests are inspired by san francisco quarterback colin kaepernick. abc's elizabeth hur reports, tonight, all eyes will once again be on him to see if he keeps up his protest. >> in a show of solidarity, nfl players kneeling or raising a fist, and in one, an entire team supporting colin raise awareness. >> the players coaches and workers stood united. >> hopefully it will unify our country to where there is a message that needs to be heard. it you heard us, now listen to
is -- some players. then, there is this former player, who is saying he had a change of heart after initially being angered by the stance. >> what they ended up doing was powerful were together, but they had coaches intermixed and people in the stands. >> roger goodell weighed in, saying while he supports his players, he hopes they will remain respectful. >> uber is bringing self-driving taxis to the streets. the ride share service which will launch in pittsburgh is raising some alarms. safety experts say the
experiment. the state has yet to pass basic laws that permit testing of the cars. advocates of the cars say technology won't advance if companies wait for the rules. >> potential pain at the pump. the average price of a gallon of gas is going up. lundberg reports regular gas is up four cents over the past 3 weeks to $2.21 per gallon. but it's still 23 cents lower than a year ago. massachusetts is still below the national average. cindy: the humidity is low, the temperature is just right. it was a little cool. >> we finally got rid of
developed. this just became a tropical storm. it is pretty far out there. looks like it is going to stay in the atlantic. it does not look like it will bother us. nothing coming our way now. it is dry and pleasant. the has been squashed. for now, humidity will start to creep back in. we have a couple more days of this pleasant stuff. boston down into the upper 50's. look at the suburbs, south of
it is another night with the windows open. nice recovery tomorrow. 70's on the cape. elsewhere, lots of sunshine and low humidity. the frontal boundary is off to the west and now will start to inch closer to us. it will be slow to get in here. so far, a third of an inch of rain fall in boston. we will take any rain we can get. we will start with sunshine. by father :00 or 6:00, it will be deeper into the evening. by thursday morning, it is gone.
may struggle to 70 degrees. the feel of fall on the way. >> the patriots' pulled out the win last night without quarterback tom brady, but, he was still enthusiastic about the game off the field. he posted this image on facebook after the win, from his own tb times. it says quote pats anger birds playing off of the popular game angry birds. 18's chance encounter with a boston celtic's star. last week point guard isiah thomas shocked robbie mcnulty by joining him shooting hoops in st peter park. today on good morning america there were more surprises for the unknowing high school freshman. >> when i was playing basketball before he came, i saw someone walking towards me. he was in that tall.
this upcoming season and i would like to invite you to one of the games as my guest. >> the reaction -- oh, wow. are you serious? no word yet on what date he'll be joining thomas. the red sox announcing how they will pay tribute to david ortiz ri home season. players will wear a patch. it is not that far away. fans attending the game on sunday, october 2 narrator: new hampshire, think a minute about kelly ayotte the politician. ayotte claims she's independent,
90% of the time. she takes millions from wall street and big drug companies, and then votes to put their agenda before everyday families. higher drug prices and cutbacks to our medicare. so, think about it: new hampshire can choose the special interests' senator with kelly ayotte... or a people's senator, for a change. i'm maggie hassan
and "eye-catching educational gains." it's turned my son's life around. narrator: "charter schools amount to hope" for kids all across massachusetts. question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. vote yes on 2. for stronger public schools. >> i am stepping outside. i am not coming back in.
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