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down on stress eating. >> this is newscenter 5 at 5:00. >> u.s. consumer product safety commission has issued a recall of samsung galaxy note seven. >> involves a million phones. consumers should stop use them immediately. samsung will offer customers a replacement devise wit them a full refund. jc: new information tonight about an hours-long standoff at a rehoboth gas station. it all came to an end when police moved in and tackled the suspect who said he was armed. newscenter 5's rhondella richardson is live in rehoboth with the latest, rhondella? good evening. reporter: the man was very agitated. he went into this farm to buy a lighter and used the store phone to call 911.
his own suv telling police he had a gun. a dramatic takedown as the swat team chased down and arrests. it happened at a cumberland farm. his tense standoff started at 6:30 a.m.. >> he threatened to blow the place up. he grabbed a gas hose and >> he was talking to police crisis negotiators. >> they put one in front of his vehicle and one in back because they were afraid he may jump behind the wheel an attempt to philly. >> a third vehicle boxed him in. >> he jumped out and started running.
interact with campbell. the store manager told the witness campbell was yelling. >> it was an argument between his family and his girlfriend. that is what she said. >> this xbox game controller is what he pointed at them pretending to have a gun, sot . reporter: cumberland farms has reopened. the ec he will spend the night at morton hospital. police have no idea what the motive was. jc: breaking news in the 2007 murder of a revere police officer. the man convicted in the murder of officer daniel talbot has been granted a new trial. robert iacoviello was serving a life sentence. the state appeal court granted him a new trial citing that the jury had not been given proper instructions.
the campaign trail after her recent bout with pneumonia. jc: we are learning more about donald trump's health. reporter: they have just started letting people in here. donald trump is scheduled to speak at 7:30. donald trump was in new york city where he spoke to a group and outlined his economic clan. this tax cut would cost the budget $4.5 billion. his buddy said he could make up the difference. today, he said he wants to make it easier for women to get birth control. >> when you have to get a
prescription. you have women who just aren't in a position to get a prescription. >> he released a letter from his doctor. dr. oz said his show has good cholesterol numbers. his weight puts donald trump in the range for being overweight. it will be his first chance to respond to the comments made today by hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton returned to the campaign trail today after taking a few days off to recover from pneumonia. what she had to say to voters. anchor: hillary clinton back on the campaign trail today. her running mate is right here in new england. a smiling clinton told reporters
campaign. she left the campaign wobbling. later she revealed she had pneumonia. she slams donald trump for his appearance calling it a show. >> it is great to be back on the campaign trail. and as you may now, i had a cough that turned out to me pneumonia. i tried to power through it. even i had to admit may be a few days of rest would do me good. >> her counterpart hit two stops in new hampshire. he spoke about the cost of college and family leave. he hammered the trump plan released on maternity leave saying the six-week plan leaves men behind. clinton will head to d.c.
tradition , union leader newspaper endorsing a libertarian for president. this is the first time in a century they have not picked a republican. in an editorial they call donald trump a liar, and a buffoon. the paper endorsed chris christie in the primary. >> what a difference a boston. temperatures managing to reach into the 60's downtown after a chilly start. compare that to 90. >> high temperatures more than 20 degrees cooler. about 70 degrees farther back to the coast. keep in mind, yesterday the air had been cooled somewhat by a thunderstorm.
this morning. i expect similar readings tomorrow morning. you can expect skies to become clear overnight. we will talk about changes coming which will coincide with the weekend. anchor: president obama has declared an area off cape cod a national monument under federal protection. reporter: naming of the first marine national monument is a needed response to dangerous climate change, oceanic dead zones and unsustainable fishing practices. the monument consists of nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains off the new england coast. the designation comes with restrictions on certain activities. the southern edge of georges bank will ban commercial fishing in the area by 2023. a group that represents local fisheries including the state's lobstermen association is
the group is questioning the legality of the move, and says millions of dollars of revenue are at stake. mr. obama made the announcement today at the third annual our ocean conference in washington. lobster and red crab fisheries will will have a seven year grace period before they have to leave the monument. >> we are helping make the oceans more resilient to climate change and this will help fishman understand the changes taking place that will affect their livelihood. respects the fishing industry's role in new england's economy. >> they will have a seven year grace before they have to leave the monument. fishman worried this will be part that harder for them to earn a living. >> investigators investigating a deadly shooting. the attorney general's office says jonathan vazquez-ojeda was shot just before 7 last night at the intersection of merrimack and beech streets. crews spent hours processing the scene, focusing on a car stopped
made. anchor: a teenager is being held without bail following a violent robbery attempt in beverly. the 17-year-old is charged with armed assault to murder.,after police say he burst into a home on livingston avenue last night and demanded money before stabbing a 25-year-old inside. the victim was taken to the hospital with multiple stab wounds. this malden dollar store employee faced a judge today, denying claims he took photos up a customer's dress. a witness says the victim had leaned over to look at items on a lower shelf when she saw christopher molina take the photo. molina denies taking the pictures and then deleting them. but police say surveillance video supports the victim's and witness's claim. anchor: police in woburn continue to investigate a serious motorcycle crash. it happened around 11 last night on salem street. we're told the driver was hurt and a passenger on the bike is
looking live, it's a slow go at 10 minutes after 5:00. let's see how things are moving. headed north, it is 28 minutes. slow in both directions. a long 19 minutes. zone. further out in the pike, .3 minutes. slow south as you approach the pike. not too bad to 290. a frightening fall at a new hampshire elementary school. >> a student falls into a sinkhole. >> and sentencing day for the man accused of recording to
police searched bishop's cell phone and say there are 3 other females who also may have been recorded. they're now warning everyone to be aware of their surroundings, at all times. sot full} >> if they see anyone acting suspicious, anyone holding a mobile devices, that makes them feel uncomfortable to any nature alert store officials, contact the police. jc: as part of a plea deal, bishop will not serve any jail time, as long as he remains on good behavior for two years. a rescue in keenew sinkhole. it happened yesterday at the fuller elementary school. when firefighters arrived they say the boy had his leg stuck in the hole, up to his waist. they were able to get him out quickly. school staff says there was a small hole in the playground area that was marked with a cone but it opened up when the boy ran by it. it has been determined the hole was caused by a decaying tree stump. school officials tell the keene sentinel the stump was removed, hole has been filled in, and the
ben: tonight, a topeka, kansas man is alive after being struck by lightning. zach treinen was leaving his house yesterday when lightning struck. he says the flash feathered out across the pavement like a spider's web coming right toward him. zach says he had initially put >> i just saw the flash. i was propelled into my truck. i thought my legs give out. when i woke up my leg was numb. through the hip. >> he initially put on steel tollbooths but changed at the last minute. experts say it likely saved his life. >> we are continuing to talk about dry conditions that are out there despite a spectacular day today. >> this is also thursday.
we are closing in on 10 inches below normal. look. this is a two-year drought. this is mirroring last year. now we have two very dry years on steel-toe boots for work but >> there is soai weekend. to give you an idea on the timeline saturday looks drive. sunday there's a medium chance of getting rain. chances are high, if you're down toward cape cod it is lower. it's going to be a close call. sunday and monday morning, eastern new england, that's a
batch of moisture. not only that, we have julia. it is never going to actively be moving northward. as it moves eastward it may be drawn or connected. it may be able to enhance the rainfall we do get. we are 64 in boston. the coast. that is what we see. it was cool early this morning. it will be cool again tonight. it is also comfortable. humidity is down. you can see the extent of the dry air mass.
you saw two areas of precipitation. as the warm and humid air tries to get act in here, that is when our chances of what weather increases. tonight mainly clear and cool. low 40's in places like that. tonight, a clear night to see what is the full moon. moon to light up the countryside. we have some frost advisories. tomorrow's temperatures similar to today.
mainly clear through friday. you can see by late morning, we will see if that rain gets into the coast line. that's going to be a close call one way or the other. anchor: a once-in-a-lifetime catch traded in for a memorable moment. a meeting with big papi. the ball rob jordan caught was the one that tied ortiz with hall of famer mickey mantle for 17th on the career home run list. he says catching the ball was a total fluke. he and his friends had left their seats for drinks and were
>> as soon as we got to the top the ball was in the air. i said that's coming right towards us. it was chest high into my hand. to meet in new england icon is once-in-a-lifetime thing. >> he returned the ball to ortiz and said they got to spend five minutes with him. in return he gave bat. i'm guessing that ball will be in the hall of fame one day. anchor: that's a win-win. >> i would take that trade. anchor: next in your house. racing for the phone instead of a snack. anchor: and a photographer taken
think a minute about kelly ayotte the politician. ayotte claims she's independent, then goes to washington and votes with the koch brothers 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
50 are not getting any exercise at all. women, hispanics and those prime for diseases are even less likely to be active. exercise is linked to longer life and lower risk of heart disease. ben: a local program helping people manage through -- manage their weight. technology is doing most of the >> i'm drawn to chocolate and ice cream. reporter: she did not feel good about those choices. she joined the mindful eating program. he created the app used to teach participants how to rework that stress eating cycle. >> they get 10 minutes of video
pieces of training. reporter: it may start with a stress tests to figure what they are really feeling. the app may recommend meditation exercises instead of reaching for snacks. >> we train them to pay attention to the why of evening -- why of eating. >> she says it has worked for her. >> i am so much more at peace. there is a wait list but you can get the app now if you want to check it out. they are studying the effectiveness and they are launching a study. ben: interesting. you downloaded it. jc: i wanted to see what it was
v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights,
she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, 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? wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes
devices with an improved battery. or they can get a refund. jc: a man in custody after a standoff with police. it happened at a pharmacy gas station. he told police he was armed. a tactical team and k-9 unit making that arrest. >> the man convicted in a officer's murderas given proper instructions. >> 90 degrees yesterday. fall is trying to edge its way in. >> it was abrupt, i have to say when you go from 90's to the 60's. cooler along the coast.