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teams were at bay for hours. anchor: let's get to rhondella richardson. reporter: the suspect is the only person injured during this tense incident. they told a witness he made a purchase and used the store phone. he called 911 and hung up. the tactical unit used a flash grenade to distract. he had been barricaded for five hours threatening police the whole time. >> he leaned out of the vehicle and attempted to light it.
say benjamin kimball told him he had a gun and explosive. the last to speak with him before his arrest. >> the employee said he was yelling at someone on the phone. his family and his girlfriend. >> please were uncertain but they didn't find a weapon or explosive at the scene. this game controller is what he used for tending to have a gun. >> after spending most of the morning in the front seat he will spend tonight being evaluated at the hospital and
>> the driver in this hit and run crash caught on camera has turned himself into police. a 19-year-old woman was struck by police. he is charged with leaving the scene of an accident, operating to endanger and speeding. anchor: hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail after being sidelined by pneumonia. tighten. we have team coverage. donald trump is speaking tonight. >> good evening to you. a few hundred people here at the middle school gymnasium. donald trump is scheduled to speak in 90 minutes. donald trump was in new york city where he outlined an economic plan.
he said he can make up the difference by cutting spending and by growing the economy three times as fast as it is growing now. >> under our plan the economy will average 3.5% growth and create a total of 25 million new jobs. >> also, he released a letter from his doctor summarizing his health statistics. he says trump has blood pressure, his weight puts him in the overweight range. >> we play golf together. he's a phenomenal guy. i'm with him and i feel the same age as him. it is crazy. >> for the record donald trump turned 70 years old. tom brady is 39 years old.
c tim kaine made stops in the granite state. >> her running mate made two stops in new hampshire. >> it's great to be back on the campaign trail. >> hillary clinton at a rally in north carolina. >> i tried to power through it. even i had to days of rest would do me good. >> she left the anniversary early, revealing she has pneumonia. her doctors say it is not contagious and she is recovering. >> you probably have seen that. nobody ever accuses me of quitting. i will never get out. i will never walk away. reporter: she released an overview of her health record
>> i will never be the showman my opponent is. that's ok with me. just look at the show he but on with dr. oz today. >> tim kaine hammered this plan. jc: elizabeth worn demanding thb financial crisis. she sent a letter to james comey. the senator says her staff found nine people were questioned about violations of federal law but no one was indicted. ben: for more drug cases connected to the evidence room scandal have been tossed out.
has an exclusive interview with a man who discovered the evidence room. >> that was not what he found when he went through the evidence piece by piece. he discovered evidence that had been tampered with, cash, drugs and guns missing. what evidence isil was compromised. obviously, it can get the evidence out. >> gordon's audit zeroed in on cases from 2013 to the present.
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in boston. michelle's son finished his treatment for an air infection. it was painful until he started his medicine. treatment last for 10 days taken multiple times a day. >> as any parent can attest, force-feeding a kid in medication by mouth on that regimen is difficult. >> doctors an extremity treatment that would require a single application. how does it work? it starts in liquid form. it would form into a hydrogel. >> it will stay against the eardrum for a week and possibly longer to deliver antibiotics continuously. >> currently only tested in chinchillas, they measured a
sensitivity. researchers hope to move into the next phase of human trials in a year. >> it should be impossible because of the extremely impermeable nature of the eardrum. reporter: parents had concerns about the side effects and the unknown. >> we are conservative about trying medicines. >> iun not be interested in something like that. anchor: a police officer in a coffee shop worker team together to help someone in need. dan o'connell, a woman has been stranded. he makes a purchase. when the starbucks employee found out why he needed the cash
small gesture that made a big impact. >> when you first started talking about it i thought you were going to say the police officer and a coffee shop owner going to a bar. it sounded like a joke. >> here is something that is not funny. every thursday, this is only a worse situation. 52% of massachusetts under extreme drought. this is not a one year drought. deficit this year, deficit last year. now you are like running 16 have a 19 inches below normal. that certainly exacerbates the
into the books. we still have over 100 days to go. it won't be the driest combo but it is going to be one of them. this is julia. first of all most of that is off shore. no tropical storms or watches. it is basically just going to mill around. there are no tropical storm watches in effect. we won't hear from that storm. it is not impossible.
a little bit of moisture manatt the storm could get drawn north. right now it is clear. a few patchy clouds. for the most part we have dry weather. clouds may try to move then. it looks like a dry day. some showers could be approaching from the west. this is one possibility. there is a chance it could be far north and west. that would be eastern and southeastern massachusetts. there is a risk of wet weather but i would not be surprised if it is just to the north and
wind is off the water. red sox starting around 64. these are the overnight lows. let's check it out for you. the next seven days. warmer over the weekend. getting more humid on suay the latter part of the weekend through monday. then mild dry weather. hope to see you next hour. >> here is mike lynch. >> welcome to fenway park. the sox in the yankees. the next are large series. since july 3 they have had the best record in the american
he will bat ninth and play in left field. he sprained his left knee against the rape. just barely. they are a game behind them. the yankees are four games back. if you think that is a safe lead think again. four games back, a four-game series. when they left it was labeled a september massacre. just another chapter in the long history of these rivals. >> how much you know about this rival? >> the youn the yankees are in e
week to week, a little hammy thing. >> one week later he wasn't talking. >> having missed all of the preseason games this is the last time we saw him on the field. his eight catches immeasurable in the narrowest of losses in denver. >> it is going great. >> i'm really excited. it's going to be awesome. >> expect cameron to play again at left tackle. >> they all have really good
>> thank you very much. the yankees will be back at 7:00 with more. >> can i just say hooray. >> it is wonderful. time now to 7:00. >> tonight at 7:00. unwanted flowers into a good deed. and new at 11:00. presidential campaign -- brings his present a campaign to new hampshire. first, world news tonight with david near. david: police stop a man in new york city with a meat cleaver. at a possible serial killer
'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...
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tonight, breaking news. the scare here
in new york city a short time ago involving police officers. the suspect with a meat cleaver. police rush to the scene. officers injured. gunshots fired. and we are on the scene. also breaking, the massive recall just in tonight. the smartphones now officially recalled because of fires. and the concern over phones on planes and subways. hillary clinton, back on the trail, and what she says tonight about her absence. and taking aim at donald trump, after that moment at a flint church, when the pastor stops him. meanwhile, trump tonight, and the full interview with dr. oz. what trump now reveals. police investigating a possible serial killer, and tonight here, the 911 call. the woman inside the home. the suspect inside, too.