tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC September 16, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EDT
rfer we're following breaking news. >> thanks for joining us. police evacuate an orange line train. the incident that caused delays. >> the man and woman convicted of sexual assaulting a teenager, the attack posted on >> a celebration for the socks. a walkoff home run against the new york yankees. >> cool start to this weekend. good morning. >> we're starting off cool and very similar to yesterday. clear skies and light winds, comfortable air in place. 57 in boston but a lot of 40's showing up. we're down to 44 in bedford.
but look at, 49. a lot of 40's in the cape as well even in the vineyard. this is one of the chilliest mornings, but a bright sunny day with high pressure in control. winds will shift. there's moisture in the middle of the country that we are eyeing here for the end of the weekend. so there could be rain on the way mostly sunday night into monday. today sunshine. at 10:00 temperatures moderate into the mid 70s. should jump up close to 70s. nice looking end of the week. more coming up. >> good morning. so far start ot around, watch for that overnight construction. projects should be gone in a couple of minutes. overnight road work.
the express lane. no problems heading south where 3 looks good. 24, 95 all nice and quiet. no issues along the pike. looking good as you travel north and so far we are expecting trains and buses. >> breaking overnight trouble on the orange line. passengers forced to clear the train as boston police search for an armed robbery suspect. the incident caused delays. but up and there have been no arrested. >> commitment 2016 donald trump saying for the first time he believes president obama was born in the united states. >> reversing his long-held belief and campaign called the birth movement his spokesperson believe, having successfully obtained his birth certificate
refused to admit that the president was born here and last night in washington hillary clinton was going after him on that. >> he was asked one more time, where was president obama born? and he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say mrk america. this man wants to be our next president? >> his father was from kenya but his mother was an american and the president was born in hawaii. >> sentencing day for two people convicted on sex assault
>> good morning. it was back in july when this man and woman were found guilty in this rape case and with video of the assault was posted on the social media app snap chat the victim heavily intoxicated and just 16 years old at the time. they each face multiple assault, attempted rape, and kidnapping charges. found guilty, she was found guilty on seven of the eight. the sexual assault happened in 2014 behind an elementary school. during the trial this summer the victim who knew her attackers testified that she was on prescription medication and drinking heavily. the defense arguing the encounter was consensual but the jury finding she was in no
a third person pled guilt i-to recording the incident and posting it on snap chath. >> thank you. a man facing a judge this morning a day after a long standoff with police. investigators say that 38-year-old chem bal threatened to blow up a store. he called 9 is 1 from the he barricaded himself at the pump for nearly five hours. the pumps were off at the time. they said he had an x box controller that he pretented that was a gun. >> a fire ripped through a home, the owner telling us careless disposal of a cigarette caused the fire. the flames broke out in a
the fire moving through the home in just minutes leaving little time for two people to escape. you can see the flames and smoke reaching the home's attic. a woman living on the first floor tried to put the fire out but it was too late. >> came over running to me, the tenant, that there was something on fire and she couldn't get it out. i went over, i thought i was going to be able to help her. and i just said, we have to call 911. >> the bulk of the fire was knocked down within an hour. damage estimated at around $200,000. >> the victim, a 28-year-old man, boating in the pond with two other people on wednesday. all three jumped into the water but the boat wasn't anchored and it drifted away. two people were able to get back but the victim disappeared into the water. new video made by massachusetts state police in hope of generating new interest in a
susan was found murdered, in the trunk of her car after she had disappeared from her job. state police are sharing the video hoping someone will see it and come forward with new information in this case. nearly 1 million americans have phones that are potentially too dangerous to use. >> the sam sunk recalling the galaxy note. the company's message to ow will give customers a refund when initially they were only offering an exchange. so far, over 150,000 phones have been returned. but that means there are's still over 800,000 in consumers' hands. samsung says it is only the note 7 battery that is affected but thousands of over batteries overheating will be
process, it could be that could have affected more than one battery type. >> the government has also stepped in by restricting the use of the note 7 on planes. samsung says the new phones will be available in stores on wednesday. how about that. >> there it is. a walkoff home run gets it done for the red sox last night. the sox rallied in the ninth to pull out a win over the yankees. capping off the five-run rally in the inning. david ortiz also homers the 5379sdz of his career. the sox beat the yankees 7-5.
the state of massachusetts taking a new approach to curb climate change. >> there's a deal the governor is signing today. a terrifying attack on the police officer the incident that ended with shots fired. >> looking for work? the hiring spree ups is starting. just how many jobs. >> fall-like start here. outlook we ? you never believed in fairytales. knights in shining armor or happily ever after. but you believed when the right one came along, you'd be ready.
boy. officers fire when they say he pulled out what turned to be a beebee gun. the mayor has asked why an eighth grader would have a replica of a police firearm. >> a new york city police detectedive is recovering this morning after a man attacked him with a meat cleaver. the his car and officers stopped him. he ran off. the off-duty officer tackled the man. that's when he attacked him. police shot the attacker. >> the officers fired sufficient rounds to stop the attacks on the officers. i want to commend them for their bravery and performance of duty.
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green house gas emissions. >> the weekend. >> invigorating outside. >> it's cold. there are some 30s on the map this morning. so it's been a while. it does wake you up. if you look up this morning you might see this. this is from our roof camera here. and that big object is the moon and it is full not quite officially but it looks like it. we call the moon at its closest the harvest moon. sometimes in september, sometimes october but this year it's right now in september. a little cooler especially in southeastern massachusetts where it is supposed to be 20 degrees colder than yesterday. now running in the mid 40's.
there's a 39 we have also 39 degrees at the airport. so it's a cool start for sure. clear skies out there now. another sun-filled beautiful day. dry, can you believe air. gorgeous. high pressure overhead. farther southeast so our winds just around the southeast today and that will keep us cooler along the coast. jumping into the mid 60s and then near 70 at lunchtime. i think we h inland areas jump into the mid 70s. it's a beautiful day but there's moisture in the middle of the country. we're watching this. today's dry, saturday's dry. as we get into sunday, a medium chance for rain but those chance goss up sunday night and into the day on monday. we desperately need this rain. the drought monitor came out yesterday, expand it had area of severe drought and extreme drought by 30%.
so we really need some rain. it's not just a one-year drought. the drought goes back a couple of years to the 12st of january of 2015 our deficit are 16, 18 inches. and this is the driest two-year stretch on record for boston. if we don't get 4.3 inches of rain it will be the driest years on record. so we need some rainfall here. expected like that at fenway. the temperatureless drop once again lots of 40's in the suburbs low 50s downtown and then this frontal boundry approaches slowly into monday. that will extend the crans for rain. but your saturday. on sunday take a look at the morning hours. might be a couple showers. but during the afternoon wet weather hangs back or north and
mostly dry. then sunday night and monday better chance of showers. as you know, we really need it. 80s again by tuesday. >> so far this morning a quiet start. we've got it so far. a live look at the express way. you can see northbound. a little overnight road work left over. clearing in a couple of minutes.no at 128. pike looks good. everybody getting by. all the way down to the connecter. >> it was a spectacular grab, a million dollar jewelry heist at one of the most upscale shopping centers in houston, texas. we will see it here. still on the loose the four masked men here smashed through using hammers.
most of jewels in just 40 seconds. >> there's glass all over the ground. i see some employees standing outside who look very shaken up. >> i think they had a plan. they were in and out and knew exactly where they were going. >> at least one employee was cut by the flying glass but no one was seriously hurt. >> a check of the markets. asian sharere with many regional markets closed for holidays. stocks are down. also the consumer price index report will be released today. in a sign the holiday season is fast approaching, ups has listed its seasonal job openings. they plan to take on 95,000 workers. up 2 tchourks from last year.
says seasonal pay ranges from $10 to $30 an hour. the massachusetts unemployment rate has hit a 15-year low. the lowest since 2001. the state added 5900 jobs in august. the state continues to fare better than the national average. >> to the trending stories right now. not a typical water rescue. a pond in florida, six man tees ha had to be rescued from a pond. you can see how many people it took to get them out. they swam to the pond when there was high water from the hurricane but then they got trapped and they are now being released into a bay. talk about a royal throne. this 18 carrot gold toilet seat is now -- carat seat is now
in new york city's gugenheimmer museum. the seat was created by an italian sculpture who has affectionately named the seat america. visitors who pay to go into the museum can see this. a long-time fixture on route 1. this 20 foot tall orange dinosaur has watched over this mini golf course since 1 it would disappear after the land was sold to a developer who plans to build an apartment, hotel and retail space. but the project, dinosaur. >> local researchers are working on a way to heal kids up faster without ant botics.
experimental treatment that would only require a single application of ear drops. typically kids have to take oral antibiotics for up to ten days. the experimental treatment starts in a liquid form at room temperature. once it hits the ear it would form into a gel. >> that will stay against the eardrum for an entire week possibly longer to deliver ant botics into the ear. >> researchers hope to move into the next phase in about a year. >> i could use them those. >> apple is launching its newest i phone. the line is already growing in boston. >> the red sox celebrating a big win. the hit that got fenway roaring. >> traffic becoming busier thanr in massachusetts.
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police officer has been granted a new trial. he has been serving a life sentence for the murder of officer tall both. the courted granted him a new trial citing the jury had not been given proper instructions about self-defense. >> the driver in this hit and run crash has turned himself in to police. a 19-year-old woman was struck while crossing the street. the with leaving the scene of an accident, operating in danger and speeding rfmenter >> people waiting to get their hands on the new phone. the i phone 7 and 7 plus are different than previous models. no head phone jack. the phone also features more storage face, a longer battery life, and an improved camera. the red sox pulled out a tough
yankees. ramirez hit a three-run walkoff home run. the homer capped off a five-run rally. ortiz homerd the 537th of his career the sox beating the yankees. they lead the east by two games. the series continues tonight. >> the calendar still says summer but the city of boston is preparing for winter. it's a big load of road sal delivered. nearly 10,000 tons so far. hopefully it just stays there. >> i know. in the 30s in some places this morning. >> definitely a sipe of what's coming. >> but the hurricane season in the atlantic goes through the end of november. this is typically the peak time of activity. we actually have three names storms on the map. julia is back to a tropical storm.
three named systems in the atlantic was back in 2012. not all that common to see this very active. moving through the atlantic. but karl now a tropical storm, moving as it's closer to the united states. just off the coast of the carolinas. what's left of julia. it's likely going to weaken back to a tropical you can see most offshore. some of that moisture may try to connect into this boundry moving in. if that were to happen it may enhance some of the rain potential locally. this whole system is may work in. but that will give rain later in the weekend and monday. cool dry air. with us as we head through today and tomorrow.
approaching keep that in mind. it's going to be humid. showers will last into monday. >> two sex assault convicts back before a judge. the man and woman set to learn their future today. >> the trump campaign backtracking on some of the nominee's most noteable remarks. the new statement this morning and the message from hillary clinton as she returns to the trail. >> a home. why firefighters say this could have been prevented. >> nourks beautiful sight here. it is in fact a full moon. >> beautiful. you can almost see the man