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antoinette: we are following breaking news right now. the investigation expanding after an explosion injured dozens of people in new york city. todd: a second device found blocks from that crime scene. the comparisons to the marathon bombings here. antoinette: the candidates on what new york's mayor is calling that's shaken new york and beyond. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. antoinette: and a good morning to you. it is 5:00 on this sunday, september 18. i'm antoinette antonio. todd: good morning. i'm todd kazakiewich. doug is off today. we've been following developments in manhattan all night long. we'll have new information in just a moment. antoinette: first we want to get
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we have rain moving in, mike wankum. mike: that's the good news. there's a lot of broken clouds. we may get a hint of sunshine. as you look off to the west, there are bands of showers, more will be happening tomorrow morning. we have an opportunity as a cold front approaches and we have muggy air over the top of us. hit or miss showers, not a lot of it, though. here's the way the map looks at 8:00 a.m. cloud cover filling in across the area and a spot shower is a possibility. as we head through the but a lot of gray skies and a muggy day as well. by 4:00, we're starting to see pop-up showers. we have to wait until later tonight. that's when we start to see more activity going on. tomorrow morning's commute could be on the wet side because of all the showers out there and perhaps a rumble of thunder. in boston, we'll ramp up to 82 degrees as the sunshine fades away. and the threat of rain moves into the forecast. we'll talk about how that will affect the gillette stadium game in a few moments. antoinette? antoinette: thank you.
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out of new york city. the city is on high alert after an explosion in the chelsea area of manhattan, sending more than two dozen people to the hospital. a second device also found just blocks away. officials saying that device is a pressure cooker with wires. todd: we're also learning that police are looking into a third possible device. there are at least 29 people injured. the fire department says no one appears to have life-threatening injuries at this time. right now, you're looking about a block away from the scene where the explosion happened. the explosion took place near west 23rd at 6th avenue. a law enforcement official says the explosion appears to have come from a construction toolbox in front of the building. witnesses say the explosion blew out the windows of the surrounding businesses. investigators have found a second device blocks from the original blast. we're told that that device is a pressure cooker attached to
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confirmed if the pressure cooker is an explosive device. the device was removed and brought to a police firing range. mayor de blasio spoke shortly after the explosion, saying the explosion was intentional, though not necessarily an act of terrorism. >> i want to say more broadly there is no specific and credible threat against new york city at this point in time from any terror organization. but we do want to be very clear. the early indications, this was an intentional act. whatever the cause, whatever the intention here, new yorkers will not be intimidated. we're not going to let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. todd: we're also hearing from some of the people injured last night. they are saying that they beg began -- everything began with shag. -- shaking. >> i flew off me feet reporter: you landed on your
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todd: police are asking people to stay away from the area around the explosion. federal and local officials are on the scene right now. there are no leads on who's behind the attack or what may have motivated this attack. antoinette: and you mentioned that device found at that second scene showing similarities to the one used during the boston marathon bombing. todd: the device found appears to be a pressure cooker. the pressure cookers that ex-sploelded here in 2013 packed with shrapnel. dzhokhar tsarnaev was sentenced to death. the pressure cooker bombs were detonated by a transmitter made from a remote control. there was a battery underneath. that battery was connected with a piece of black electrical tape. antoinette: the mayor of new york saying the explosion in manhattan has no connection to an explosion in new jersey saturday morning. a pipe bomb exploded in a trash can in seaside park right along the route of a marine corps charity run.
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before thousands of runners were expected to take off. luckily, the race was delayed and the runners were not nearby when the device went off. officials say they don't know who left it there or why they left it there. that race was canceled. both hillary clinton and donald trump reacting to the explosion in new york. trump declaring that a bomb went off before officials had released details. he went on to say, "we are going to get tough and sm a vigilant." clinton was briefed on the incident following a speech in washington, d.c. she says we need to do everything we can to support our first responders. also to pray for the victims. and we will continue to follow the breaking details on this explosion in manhattan as well as the latest on that second device, a pressure cooker found just blocks away. we have the latest on air, online, and with our mobile news app. todd: the candidates were out on the campaign trail saturday. clinton was honored by the congressional black caucus.
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donald trump wooed voters in colorado springs, colorado. trump was trying to entertain the swing state voters. >> i don't give a you know what. i don't use that word anymore. if i use that word, they'll say he used foul language. >> we can't let barack obama's legacy fall into the hands of someone who doesn't understand that. [applause] who's dangerous and divisive vision for our country will drag us backwards. todd: clinton and trump will meet for the first debate in a week. antoinette: elizabeth warren spoke for clinton in the battle ground state of ohio. warren called trump a selfish low life who puts himself ahead of everyone else. the senator also told the crowd that trump repeatedly invites
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violence against clinton. >> what kind of a man does that? a bully, a twisted bully who can't fight his own fight. [cheers and applause] who can't fight a fair fight. who never will be president of the united states. antoinette: warren also spoke about the republican party's support for trump, saying he has more support from the aryan nation and the kkk than he does from leaders of his own party. injured after being pulled from the waters off the coast of nahant. one of those divers is in critical condition. they were located near the northeastern marine biology center. cpr was performed on one of the divers before transporting him to salem hospital. authorities are investigating what happened. the identities of the divers have not yet been released. we're learning new information about the teenager killed by a commuter train.
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newton. a westbound commuter train hit the teen just before 9:00 friday night near the west newton station. police and the v.a.'s office are surrounding the circumstances, but foul play is not expected. "the globe" reports the boy was at a student at newton. newton high schools will have counselors available tomorrow. antoinette: police in worcester are asking for the public's help. police are searching truck a. 31-year-old woman suffered multiple injuries in this strange crash. police believe the worcester resident was talking to the driver in the parking lot of the b.p. gas station on chandler street back 30 saturday morning. at some point, the driver sped off with the woman clinging on the driver's side window. that woman fell from the truck into the middle of the road. she is now listed in stable condition.
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big stories right now. todd: eight people hurt after an attack at a mall. the terrifying incident and what witnesses say the men were saying as they stabbed shoppers. antoinette: the air force grounds fighter jets. the problem with the most expensive weapons in military history. mike: rain is on the way. the outlook for the rest of your work week. todd: we're following breaking news in new york city. police find a second device, a pressure cooker with it was found a few blocks away from the scene you're seeing here. the mayor's calling it an intentional act but says there's
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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 as 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
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todd: 5:13. we are following breaking news out of new york this morning. an explosion last night rocked manhattan's chelsea neighborhood. antoinette: more than two dozen people injured in this explosion. the mayor saying that the explosion was deliberate. but there's no indication that this is connected to terrorism. this explosion happened just after 8:30 last night in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. we know 29 people were injured. a law enforcement official says this that was in front of a building. police are also investigating a second device. that was found blocks away from the scene. we're told that device is a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. but at this point officials have not confirmed if that pressure cooker was, in fact, an explosive. residents in that area being asked to stay away as the investigation unfolds. and we, of course, will continue to follow that for you.
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boston strong spirit spent saturday raising money to give life to an amputee. antoinette: marathon bombing survivor heather abbott raised money which gives prosthesis. the prosthetics don't just help amputees move better. >> running legs. anything cosmet, they just make such a difference in people's lives, to be able to regain a part of their former life or a life that maybe they never knew before. antoinette: many of the prosthetics cost tens of thousands of dollars and they're not a forever fit depending on growth or weight changes. if you'd like to donate, we have information on our website. just go to wcvb.com. >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist mike wankum.
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we had a beautiful day yesterday. i'm told. i napped through most of it. antoinette: he really did. he told me his napping schedule. todd: i napped here before i felt safe to drive home. antoinette: then he went back to sleep. mike: today's the day you should be sleeping. todd: today's football game. mike: get a nap in before the game. we have some showers. most of us won't see anything, but we will get a chance of showers. most of it will be tonight and ends tomorrow morning. why do we need the rain? it's pretty obvious. look at inches dry for the year. you realize we've only picked up 2/3 of the amount of rain we're supposed to get in a given year? any moisture we get is going to be welcomed. this is not a drought buster. we had a few scattered showers. the trend is lifting north. i don't think in the eastern part of the state we'll see much. we may get a little sunshine this morning before the clouds fill in. this first batch is lifting its way northward. there's going to be several opportunities over the next 24
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humid conditions in place. high pressure offshore scooping up all this soupy air. yesterday was so comfortable because humidity was so low. today if you walk outside, it's muggy. there's a cold front to the west. it's way out here. we're getting ahead of it a little bit of rain, showers, maybe even a rumble of thunder. what's the timeline? i'm going to break it down, show you exactly what's going to happen. here's the map at 8:00 this morning. showers lifting to the north. we have a quiet period around lunchtime. a few breaks in but pretty overcast and muggy as well. by the time we get to 4:00, there's a few pop-up showers developing. not necessarily in this exact location, but the threat will be out there as we head towards the afternoon. then the evening, not much going on. a few hit or miss showers. we get past midnight, 1:00 in the morning. see what's happening? we're starting to see more and more of this activity developing towards albany. this will march eastward. tomorrow morning, by 10:00 a.m., we have pretty good showers,
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about tomorrow's forecast. that threat is going to carry through the afternoon. so because we have all this opportunity out there, i think most of us will get some rain, but it might be one of those things where you get a lot of rain, your neighbor doesn't get so much rain down the road. it's one of those days. by the way, this hangs on all the way through tomorrow. so off and on scattered showers throughout much of the day. we'll finally clear things off as we head towards tuesday. right now, it's 68 degrees. the dew point is up to around 65 degrees, which isuc than it was yesterday. the humidity is going to stay high today and tomorrow and eventually drop off as we talk about later down the road. speaking of down the road, we've had up and down temperatures so far this month. and we're going to be seeing day to day where the highs are 80 degrees. that's the key to the forecast. rain in the forecast. we're holding out for it. we need every drop of moisture we can get. that seven-day forecast that i was talking about, well, it looks like this. we have the showers in the forecast for today.
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tuesday, and then a better chance that we'll see the sunshine as we head toward later on this week. lots of sunshine wednesday and thursday as fall arrives officially on thursday of this week with temperatures into the mid 70's. todd and antoinette? todd: more breaking news. antoinette: eight people were injured at a stabbing at a mall. the attacker reportedly made references to allah. attack is unclear this morning. and they declined to call it terrorism. todd: a charter bus crash in north carolina leaves four dead and dozens injured. the bus was carrying a south carolina college football team. it struck a bridge on highway 47 and a tire blew. the bus then veered off the side of the road. 42 passengers were injured, and four people were killed. antoinette: the u.s. air force has been forced to ground some
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bad insulation was discovered in the cooling lines of the fuel tanks. the faulty lines affect aircraft, 10 of which were in the field. those 10 will be fixed. the remainder will be fixed before they're delivered. the f-35 is described as the most expensive weapon system in history. >> now here's josh brogadir with sportscenter 5. >> in barbecue terms, the yankees are cooked. the red sox are wouldn't exactly call david price's performance well done. it's not fair to call this bullpen scoreless outing rare anymore. who's angry? price won his last seven starts but wasn't sharp in this one. 2-run home run. down 5-2 in the fifth. this pitch nearly hit xandar
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until this wild pitch. mookie betts scores. 6-5 sox all the way back from three runs down. four outs saved from craig kimbrel. strikes out all four hitters. sox win it 6-5. don't forget, patriots coming up at 1:00. have a great day. antoinette: it is the oldest bottling plant in the country, and get this -- it is still in its original location more than a century later. historic simpson spring in this morning's "made in mass." doug: in simpson spring, what's old is new again. >> every day you walk in, you feel like you're walking into a time machine.
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just as it was in the late 1800's. >> this is his original diary where he was experimenting with the spring water. this is later dates like february 15th. doug: you heard that right. it starts with spring water. but not just any old h2o. it was the family that first discovered the spring water. when simpson started his company, he built it around the spring. pumped from below the earth, this purist of massachusetts resource is mixed directly with natural ingredients and bottled fresh. >> we're one of the only companies in the world that does that. doug: as simpson, they're convinced it's the spring that makes their soda sparkle. >> i firmly believe it is the water, because you don't have any of that bad after-taste you get from some cans. you have the nice glass bottle.
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water. do doug: you can buy your own water from that ancient aquifer. if you bring a jug, 25 cents will get you about a gallon and a half. simpson spring offers free tours of the plant and the spring. all you need to do is call in advance. we have also provided you with a unique tour. doug meehan, wcvb-tv newscenter 5. antoinette: it all starts with the water. even making coffee. todd: i happened to be in the parking lot the day doug shot that. there may have been samples that have exchanged hands. antoinette: i have yet to get any samples. todd: i can vouch for how good that soda is.
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another workout partner. and we are following breaking news out of new york city right now. you are looking at live pictures from the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. you see investigators out there going through the scene. they've been working all night after an explosion injured 29 people. police found a second device just blocks away as well. that was a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached to it. the mayor says the initial explosion was an intentional act, but at this point, there the city. we will stay on top of this developing situation, bring you
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todd: a few widely scattered showers are out to the west. over the museum of science, it's wild weather weekend. meet meteorologists and figure out how we do our forecast monahan at 11:30. if you're outsidea few spot showers. inside, it's beautiful, beautiful facility. here's the way it shapes up over the next few days. tomorrow is where we'll see most of our scattered thunderstorms. most of those during the morning. this morning, a spot shower here or there. tuesday, it may linger a little bit. first day of fall, sunshine and into the 70's. antoinette: as the patriots get
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alma mater at michigan. check this out. he got a touchdown. yes. touchdown pass to his son john. he posted the picture to his facebook page saturday. he was at the michigan game for the first time since he graduated. he's usually busy this time of year, but he went out for the opening toss and they showed a video celebrating his career with the wolverines. now foxborough. brady will not be there today. but this is the home opener. everything's all ready. mike says it's going to be a beautiful day, although you might want to bring a poncho just in case. antoinette: mike says if you don't bring it, it will rain. just in case. todd: as we move on, a push to legalize pot. antoinette: the weekend-long rally on boston common and the road block organizers hit. also, a plane crashes into a house. the amazing escape from the
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breaking news in new york. investigators are working around the clock after an explosion rocks new york city. 29 people are hurt and a second device, a pressure cooker, was found a few blocks away. we will continue to follow this breaking story all morning long on air, online, and on our
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antoinette: breaking news on the eyeopener this morning. a second device found just blocks away from an explosion in
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the investigation, the victims, and the evidence coming in overnight. todd: an airstrike mistake. syrian forces bombed instead of isis fighters. the bold move the russians made and the officials that are calling it a stunt. antoinette: a push for pot on boston common. the bay state considers a controversial ballot question. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. antoinet sunday morning. we, of course, will get to that breaking news out of new york city of that explosion, but first we want to welcome you in this morning. i'm antoinette antonio. todd: good morning. good to have you with us. i'm todd kazakiewich. doug is off. today is the home opener for the patriots. mike: it doesn't feel like football season. it's been too warm. antoinette: muggy today. mike: today the humidity is high. i thought i'd tell you what's going to happen at the patriots game as the patriots take on the
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gear with you, it won't rain. if you don't bring the rain gear with you, you'll get a spot shower. the thing you'll notice, it's going to be humid and temperatures warm and a southerly breeze at 10-15 miles an hour. we need some rain. we do have some in the forecast. it's going to be a slow process again here. you see scattered showers to the west. a lot of this is lifting to the north. we may get a few spot showers this afternoon. really, for most of us, we have to wait until tonight after midnight through tomorrow mornin seeing some rain. perhaps even a rumble of thunder as that cold front pushes closer and closer to us. keep that in mind. tomorrow morning's commute could be on the slow side. here's the map this morning. we start the day with a little bit of sunshine breaking through the cloud cover and a spot shower here or there. as we go through the daytime, not much going on. this afternoon, there's a better opportunity to the west as showers and thunderstorms develop. we'll talk about that threat as it moves in for tomorrow. all that in a few moments. antoinette: thank you.
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morning. an explosion rocking a busy neighborhood in manhattan. at least 29 people are injured. the fire department saying most of those injuries are minor. todd: and a second device has also been found. newscenter 5's diane cho is here with what we know right now. diane? reporter: the investigation continues to evolve as federal and local agencies continue to work on the scene. here's what we know right now. the explosion happened around 8:30 last night in the 29 people were injured. new york mayor bill de blasio says it was an intentional act but the city received, quote, no specific or credible threat from any terror organization. a second device was found just hours later around 12:30. we're told that device is a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. the device was found four blocks from the initial explosion. police removed that device around 2:45 this morning. it was brought to a department firing range in the bronx.
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buildings. they say the explosion was extremely loud and everything was shaking. >> i was driving a car. and next thing you know, i felt an explosion, and the car just tilted over halfway and came back down. what happened was i just blacked out. next thing you know, i'm in an ambulance reporter: right now, there are no leads on who is behind the explosion or what may have motivated them. antoinette: we will continue to follow the breaking details on this explosion in manhattan as well as thees second device, a pressure cooker that was found blocks away. the latest on air, online and with our mobile news app. right now, the obama administration is expressing regret after a u.s.-led airstrikt hit syrian forces rather than isis. todd: the white house is calling it's an unintentional loss of life. there was a closed emergency session to discuss the airstrike at the request of russia. the u.s. is calling russia's
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>> even by russia's standards, tonight's stunt, a stunt replete with moralism and grandstanding, is uniquely cynical and hypocritical. todd: russia's u.n. ambassador says the airstrike has, quote, put a very big question mark over the cease-fire agreement in syria. antoinette: the man accused in a deadly crash at a newton restaurant is preparing to 55-year-old brad casler faces charges of motor vehicle homicide and driving to endanger. two people were killed, seven injured, when his suv slammed into the sweet tomatoes restaurant in march. his license was indefinitely suspended. the indictment was handed down just over a week ago after a month-long investigation. right now boston police are investigating a deadly triple shooting in dorchester.
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boston police say the men, all in their 20's, were shot just after 2:00 yesterday morning in the area of nightingale and wales streets. one was dead at the scene, two others taken to local hospitals, expected to be okay. no arrests have been made. todd: a strange situation in new hampshire. franklin police are looking for a man who pretended to be one of them. police say a woman was pulled over, asked for her license and registration and then let go. the suspect had wearing a dark uniform. the man did not display a badge. officers say this is the only incident they're aware of, but they did increase patrols in the area. they stayed with the victim at her home. >> no badge or firearm was displayed, but she felt uncomfortable and felt something was wrong with that situation. reporter: todd: the suspect could face
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despite a last-minute permit fight, boston's pro marijuana freedom rally is underway this weekend, and it looks to be bigger than ever. todd: people are attending and excited about recent polls showing massachusetts voters are close to legalizing recreational pot in november. newscenter 5's david bienick was at boston common as the rally kicked off. >> three, two, one. reporter: at exactly 4:20 p.m., a huge cloud above boston common, part of what's been for 27 years one of marijuana users' biggest acts of civil disobedience in the country. that might soon change. >> this could be the last freedom rally under marijuana prohibition reporter: supporters of legalizing recreational marijuana in massachusetts seem closer than ever to achieving their goal. with a recent poll on question four showing the yes side ahead among likely voters by five points.
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anybody that i can talk to, i'm trying to talk them into voting. >> if we can just carry it and it's legalized, we'll be all fine instead of being harassed reporter: organizers of freedom rally went to court to get a permit. they say the city tried to cut into their proceeds by trying to force them to allow outside food vendors onto the festival grounds. >> we've never had to do that before. we saw it as a speed bump for us to argue to make this a longer process. >> that's not true reporter: the mayor, even though he opposes recreational marijuana and has campaigned against question 4, his office treats the freedom rally like any other event. >> as a matter of fact, i believe they went from one day to two days under my administration and have gotten their permit without a problem reporter: mayor walsh says there's still time for the no side to come back. the outcome will likely depend on voter turnout. antoinette: time 5:38.
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arizona. todd: the fiery scene and how everyone on board managed to escape before the plane crashed. mike: we are going to get much-needed rain. antoinette: we are following breaking news out of new york city. police find a second device, a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone duct taped to it, found blocks away from this scene you are looking at right now in ma an explosion injured 29 people. the mayor of new york city calling this an intentional act but says there's no indication at this point of a terrorism
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v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. 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? 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
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antoinette: 5:42. we're staying on top of breaking news. todd: 29 people are injured in chelsea in manhattan. the mayor says there's no indication of terrorism. diane cho is here with details. reporter: one person has serious injuries. the explosion happened around 8:30 last night. the blast appears to have originated in a construction toolbox in front of a residence
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four blocks away from the scene. we're told it was a pressure cooker. officials have not confirmed if that device is an explosive device. it's unclear who is behind the explosion or what may have motivated them. todd? todd: a ride to remember. hundreds of cyclists taking part in the annual trip from springfield to boston all to honor our local heroes. antoinette: the 106-mile ride ended at the state hou night after more than 12 hours of riding. many of the 350 riders wear badges themselves. children and spouses of those who made the ultimate sacrifice also rode. one man took part in the ride for his dad who was killed in the line of duty in springfield four years ago. >> he was one of the funniest people i've ever met. everyone that i've ever came into contact that knew him said the exact same thing. that's what we try to remember, the good times he made us all
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told you about officer brandon o'neil. he started the race on friday way ahead of everyone riding, and he ran the 106 miles to the finish line. todd: wow! >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist mike wankum. mike: well, we are finally going to have some rain in the fork, but it's going to take a while. if you're out there overnight or this morning, you can see the moon shining through the cloud cover, because it's very broken up activity to the west, especially to the north. so as you look around the orange area moving through northern worcester county, this is route 2 basically. if you look west, there are more scattered showers. this is light stuff. this is not the main event. as you look out west, there is more activity going on. a lot of this is tracking its way north. there's more to the south which will also lift its way in. we have a chance for seeing spot showers today. a better opportunity is going to happen later on tonight and into tomorrow morning as we get a chance of some showers and some thunderstorms.
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scooping up this very humid air over top of us. this morning, a lot muggier than lately. here's the way the map looks. a lot of cloud cover. a few holes in the cloud cover. a spot shower here or there. the better opportunity will come in as we start to talk about later this afternoon, 4:00, 5:00 tonight. then we go into a lull again. then the main event starts to go in. this is after midnight. 1:00 in the morning, showers and even thunderstorms just off to our west. don't be surprised if there's a nice swath of rain cutting across the area. this will push its way eastward. even as we go to the early afternoon, there'll still be a few showers and thunderstorms around. monday, this will be devoted to a rainy day. you'll need the umbrella. not all day. spot showers here and there, but it gives us an opportunity to see rain. tuesday, skies do clear away. a slow process, though. how much rain are we talking
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likely. not a drought-buster, but much better than lately. the city right now, overcast, much mugger day. most of the day today, we'll be in this oppressive rain. it will drop off as we talk about tuesday and wednesday. you'll love the refreshing weather toward the middle of the week. cloudy and humid with a hint of sunshine. scattered showers out there. after midnight tonight, showers and isolated thunderstorms. 64 to todaya few showers. tomorrow, we've indicated is a high-impact weather day. downpours may cause travel issues with bonding on the roadways. -- ponding on the roadways. tuesday, it clears out of here. low humidity settles in as we talk about wednesday and thursday. thursday, by the way, the official start of fall. autumnal equinox moves in. maybe a spot shower on friday. next weekend could be a lot cooler.
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we have rain in the forecast. spot showers today, but a better opportunity later on tonight. todd and antoinette? antoinette: thank you. 5:47. looking at some of the other stories happening right now. todd: five people are recovering after a fiery plane crash in arizona. it was carrying skydivers. everyone managed to eject before the plane hit the house. the cause under investigation. antoinette: philadelphia police have identified the man who wen they say 25-year-old nicholas glen was hellbent on hurting a lot of people. police say his motive is not clear, but they did find a note in which glenn expressed hatred for police. todd: a 2-year-old is recovering after being pulled from the kennebec river in maine.
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the river pulled the child to safety. he performed c.p.r. antoinette: the new england patriots getting ready for game two of the season as we take a live look at gillette stadium this morning. quiet there right now. that will not be the case later on today as they take on the miami dolphins. fan favorite rob gronkowski questionable for this aftern gillette stadium. check those fantasy football lineups. to baseball now where the red sox beat the yankees for the third game in a row. another come from behind win for the sox. xandar bogaerts hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs. mookie betts scored the go-ahead run after a wild pitch. 6-5 your final score. sox taking on the yanks again tonight. first pitch around 8:10. todd: love this time of year.
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wednesday marked the 300th anniversary of boston light, america's first lighthouse. antoinette: the occasion inspired "chronicle's" j.c. monahan to tour some of new england's other lighthouses. and we caught up with her in plymouth reporter: half the fun of lighthouse tripping is getting there. sometimes by land. sometimes by sea. the station ends on a peninsula. >> five miles out here out in the middle of the ocean. reporter: a lighthouse has stood here since 1768, says longtime resident scott day. >> it's the third lighthouse built in massachusetts. it's the eighth lighthouse built in all the united states. and it's the oldest freestanding wooden lighthouse in the country. they brought shipbuilders out to put it together.
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1842 after the previous lighthouse had fallen apart. at the time, there were twin lighthouses. they were the first twin lighthouses in the country reporter: early on, the light guided commercial traffic in a busy plymouth harbor and was witness to skirmishes in the revolution and war of 1812. today, it shines for ships coming from the canal on route to boston. once lit by whale oil -- >> everything out here is powered by solar or generators. no power at all reporter: visits are limited the saturday of memorial day weekend and special events. another option -- rent the old coast guard quarters. >> four-bedroom, two-bedroom ranch. most of our renters are repeat renters reporter: the property still owned by the coast guard. both lights have stood for generations. >> my grandfather lived here
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1960's. eaves -- he was a lobsterman. we provide everything ourselves reporter: all worth it, says scott day, who never tires of the view. >> i see it every day. it's unique. it's one of a kind. antoinette: gorgeous view. tomorrow on "chronicle," checking into a rustic resort named for robert frost. plus, fresh hard cider and a good long hike. exploring the main streets and back roads on "chronicle." that sounds like a perfect fall day. todd: oh, yes. antoinette: doing all of those things. todd: this is one of my favorite times in vermont, fall. the summer humidity is gone. now you have the foliage not too far away. antoinette: beautiful a. wayward manatee taking a tour of new england. todd: why marine experts hope he will get home soon. antoinette: we're staying on top
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through the night into this morning after an explosion injured 29 people in the city's chelsea neighborhood. police found a second device blocks away as well. that was a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. the mayor of new york city saying the explosion, the initial one, was an intentional act, but at this point, there is no credible terrorism threat to
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mike: we have a few spot showers in the forecast. not an all-day rain. we have a couple of activities going on. the walk to cure arthritis taking place today in brighton. temperatures in the 70's. spot shower. emceed by our own erika tarantal. how about the next few days? we've got showers and thunderstorms especially later tonight through tomorrow morning.
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clearing away wednesday and thursday looking beautiful as fall officially arrives on thursday afternoon. todd: thank you. that manatee off cape cod is still playing beat the clock with the water temperatures. the large mammal was spotted off dowses beach on friday. several animal welfare groups are planning to assess its health. they want it to head south sooner than later. they're normally florida and don't do well in water cooler than 68 degrees. neither do i, for the record. antoinette: we feel the same way, todd. todd: david ortiz, big papi in his last season with the red sox. antoinette: now the slugger is getting a novel accolade. this white shark has been named big papi. the atlantic white shark
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naming honor to the red sox great. todd: i don't know if that's an honor. antoinette: okay. a massachusetts lawmaker continuing her attack on donald trump. todd: senator elizabeth warren campaigning for clinton in ohio today. the assault she's launching to keep trump out of the white house. antoinette: following that breaking news out of new york city this morning, an explosion last night injured 29 people in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. a second device, a pressure cooker, was found just blocks away. officials have not yet said if well. the mayor says the first >> monday on the eye, home sellers take note. >> the three traps that are simple to avoid increasing the likelihood of a deal.
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>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- breaking news right now. the investigation expanding after an explosion injured dozens of people in new york city. todd: and a second device found just blocks away from that crime scene. the haunting issues stirring up comparisons to the marathon bombing. antoinette: the candidates on what new york's mayor is calling an intentional act. their reaction to the blast that's shaken new york and beyond. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning.

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