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>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- antoinette: we are following 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 image that is stirring up comparisons 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. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. antoinette: thank you for joining us. it is 8:00 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 all night long and
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mike wankum, we've got patriots home opener today and tailgating starting soon. mike: i think you'll be okay. there will be spot showers out there. it's not like a real heavy duty rain we're talking about. the areas that have a bit of sunshine, notice how the temperatures warm to the 70's. the areas that have been gray and scattered showers this morning, pretty much left into the 60's. you see the dividing line. we'll get this first batch moving through this morning. then it will taper off as we go through the headed to gillette stadium, i'd suggest bringing along foul weather gear. if you leave it home, you'll get showers over the stadium. there's a shower on 495 weakening as we speak. what will happen is these lines will continue to work their way through. as we get into the afternoon, it's more gray skies with holes in the cloud cover. then we'll wait until later on tonight. a batch of showers will develop off to our west.
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be on the slow side because of the rain moving through. much more on the rain timeline and what kind of weather you can expect later this week as fall arrives on thursday. antoinette: breaking news out of new york this morning -- the city 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: let's get to ws the breaking detail reporter: the mayor is saying while they believe it's an intentional act, they don't have any connection to terrorism. you can see people running as debris was sent flying into the air. >> it was so loud, it started shaking my body, so i turned around, i looked.
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reporter: this cell phone video shows a good samaritan helping one of the 29 people injured. fire officials say most have minor injuries but one person does have serious injuries. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection reporter: the blast appears to have taken place in a construction toolbox in front of a residence for the blind 8:30 saturday night. >> as of this time, the exact cause of the explosion has not reporter: a second device was found about four blocks away. the pressure cooker with wire attached to a cell phone. hours later it was safely removed, but officials have not confirmed if that device is an explosive. federal and local officials are on the scene. there are no leads on who is behind the attack. antoinette: the device found at that second scene showing similarities to the ones used in the boston marathon bombing. todd: the device appears to be a
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confirmed could be an explosive device at this point. the pressure cookers that exploded here in 2013 were packed with shrapnel. the pressure cooker bombs were detonated by a transmitter made from a remote control with 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 known connection to an 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. the explosion occurred just before thousands of runners were expected to take off. they were not nearby, and the race was canceled. the f.b.i. is now taking over that investigation. both hillary clinton and donald trump reacting to the explosion in new york. trump declaring that a bomb went off before officials had
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to get tough and smart and vigilant. clinton was briefed on the incident followed 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 the explosion in new york as well as the latest on that second device, a pressure cooker found blocks away. the latest on air, online, and on our mobile app. todd: the candidateser the campaign trail saturday. clinton was honored by the congressional black caucus. donald trump wooed voters in colorado springs and spoke to swing state voters there about his plan to build a wall in mexico. >> they don't know it yet, but they're starting to get the idea and they're great people, and they're very good leaders, much smarter than our leaders, believe me. but mexico will be paying for
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legacy fall into the hands of someone who doesn't understand that. [applause] whose dangerous and divisive vision for our country will drag us backwards. todd: clinton and trump meet for the first debate in a little over a week. antoinette: massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is continuing her attack on trump. she spoke at a rally for clinton in the battleground state of ohio low life who puts himself ahead of everyone else. the senator also told the crowd that trump repeatedly invites his supporters to commit acts of 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 win a fair fight, who will never be president of the united states! antoinette: warren also spoke about the republican party's
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aryan nation and the k.k.k. than he does from leaders of his own party. todd: right now, two divers are injured after being pulled from the water off the coast of nahant. one of those divers is in extremely critical condition. the divers were located by civilian boaters near the northeastern marine biology center. emergency responders performed c.p.r. on at least one of the divers before transporting them to salem hospital. authorities are still investigating exactly what happened. the identities of the we're learning new information about the teenager who was killed by a commuter train. "the globe" is reporting the teen killed was a 14-year-old boy from newton. the train hit the boy just before 9:00 near the west newton station. police and the d.a.'s office are investigating the circumstances, but foul play is not suspected. "the globe" reports the boy was not currently a student in newton but had previously
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newton high schools will have counselors available tomorrow. antoinette: police are searching for the driver of this black pickup 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 station 6:30 start morning. at some point, the pickup driver sped up with that woman clinging to the driver side window. eventually, the woman fell from road. she is listed in stable condition. time now 8:08. we are following several other big stories right now. todd: eight people hurt after an attack at a mall. what witnesses say the man was saying as he stabbed shoppers. antoinette: the air force grounds new fighter jets. the problems with the planes being called the most expensive weapons in military history. mike: and rain is finally on the
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work week. todd: we're following breaking news in new york city. police find a second device, a pressure cooker. it was found blocks from what you're looking at now, where the initial explosion happened. the mayor calling it an intentional act but says there was no indication of a terrorism
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we continue to follow breaking news out of new york this morning. an explosion last night rocked manhattan's chelsea neighborhood. todd: more than two dozen injured in the explosion. newscenter 5's diane cho is here with the breaking details on the investigation. reporter: the mayor saying the explosion was deliberate but there's no indication this is connected to terrorism at this time. the explosion happened just after 8:30 in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. 29 people were injured, one seriously.
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the explosion appears to have come from inside a dumpster. police are investigating a second device found blocks away from the scene. we're told the device is a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. officials have not confirmed if the pressure cooker is an explosive device. residents are asked to stay away from the area as the investigation continues. antoinette: thank you. one of the faces of the boston strong spirit spent saturday raising money to give life to amputees. todd: marathon bombing survivor the barking crab in boston. the money raised will go to her foundation which provides customized prostheses to men, women and children who have lost limbs. the prosthetics don't just help amputees move better. they truly can people back to life who suffered so much. >> running legs, anything cosmetic is not covered by health insurance. 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.
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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. >> now your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist mike wankum. antoinette: we had that fantastic weather yesterday. nice and sunny out there. now we're hopefully getting the rain we want. so a little bit of what we need this weekend. mike: some people are still in sunshine, especially the southeastern part of the state. if you l it's gray. if you look this way -- antoinette: it's coming. todd: it's like ireland, the weather over there. different weather on different sides of the house. mike: exactly. we do need the rain. you can see what's happening. see the southeastern part of the state, the satellite picture is basically showing a few clouds, but there's a lot of holes in the cloud cover. then you get west, especially 495. that's where we're seeing most of our shower activity. watch the trend over the last three hours. it blossoms up and looks like
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we do have more opportunities. later today, especially overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. right now, where are we dealing with the showers? that area along 495 drifting its way now into essex county. most of this is just sprinkles more than anything else. hopefully, it will survive enough that you'll get some towards gloucester. it's light stuff. the central part of the state right now, from orange stretching down to the south, we're seeing a nice batch of showers here. this that you're seeing lighter green is glorified sprinkle a little rain hitting the ground. these are not heavy downpours. they're just showers moving through. if you look to the berkshires, there's another area ready to come into it. it comes from albany to scranton. this line is pushing eastward as well. we'll see these this morning. the afternoon, a threat of spot showers out there. a lot of gray skies. it will be muggy as well. i don't know that we'll have that much action going on during the afternoon hours. here's the way the map looks at
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see redevelopment going on. for most of us, we have to wait until after midnight. 8:00 tonight, pop-up showers. look at this, 1:00 in the morning right after midnight. that's why late tonight, you want to close the windows. you can have thunder and lightning waking you up. tomorrow morning, your morning commute is sliding its way tomorrow morning commute's could be on the slow side. a few downpours. not looking for anything serious out of it. if you get a heavy downpour and heavy traffic going on, you know what happens. it slows everything way, way down. tomorrow during the day, a lot of gray skies. could be a hit or miss showers. most of the focus will be during the morning hours. when you put it all together, we'll see between 1/2 and an inch of rain. some areas getting more than that, but it's going to be pockets. we can handle all of this rain.
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that's what we're going to deal with right now. as you look over the city, gray skies. over the ocean, dew point is up there. it is muggy and going to stay muggy today and tomorrow. but we'll wring the moisture out. here's the way it looks over the next seven days. a few spot showers. overnight tonight through tomorrow morning, some showers, some thunderstorms, tapering off to scattered showers during the afternoon. tuesday morning, there might be a few around. and then the cool, dry air moves back into the forecast. sunshine, temperatures in the upper 70's. the first day of fall will arrive with beautiful weather in here. perhaps on friday, maybe a little cold front coming through giving spot showers. behind it, next weekend could be on the cool side as we continue to see temperatures doing the up and down dance they do this time of year. todd and antoinette? todd: very good. we're following more breaking
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stabbing attack at a minnesota mall. the attacker was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer. the attacker reportedly made references to allah. police say the motive of the attack is unclear, and they declined to call it terrorism. todd: a charter bus crash in north carolina leaves four people dead and dozens injured. the bus was carrying a south carolina college football team. it struck a bridge on highway 47 and blew a tire. the bus then veered off the side of t r 42 passengers were injured and four people were killed. the status of the driver and ages of the players are unknown at this time. antoinette: the u.s. air force has been forced to ground some of its new f-35 fighter jets. bad insulation was discovered in the cooling lines of fuel tanks. the faulty lines affect 57 aircraft, 10 of which were already in the field. those 10 will be fixed. the remainder will be fixed before delivery. the f-35 is described as the most expensive weapon in
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>> now here's josh brogadir with sportscenter 5. >> in barbecue terms, the yankees are cooked. the red sox are sizzling. wouldn't exactly call david price's performance well done. it's not fair to call this bullpen scoreless outing rare. price wasn't sharp in this one after an rbi triple to sanchez. 3-0 in the third. 5-2 in the fifth. this pitch nearly hit xandar bogaerts, who turns it out over the monster. then game tied in the seventh until this wild pitch. mookie betts scores. 6-5 sox. all the way back from three runs down. four outs saved from craig kimbrel. his 27th save. the sox win it 6-5. don't forget, patriots at 1:00.
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antoinette: school is back. so is our a-plus segment. from a.p. classes, sports and a part-time job to help support her family, shellaina gordon of fitchburg high school has a full plate. i got a chance to catch up with her in school recently. >> we hug. we embrace, but she's a blur in the hallway because she's going to her next a.p. class. antoinette: that's shellaina gordon in a nutshell, always on the go. is taking five a.p. classes. she plays field hockey and lacross. she's active in class and makes time for model united nations. >> you represent a country and you come together and try to figure out the problems of the world. so like immigration, um, refugees. antoinette: but her future plan is to be a doctor. >> i like the idea of me becoming a doctor so i can help people. antoinette: people like her own
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autism and one who suffers epilepsy. for now she's helping out by squeezing in an after-school job on top of everything else, much of that money going to her family. and shellaina's mentor says despite having to grow up quickly, she's never once complained. >> and when i finally understood the enormity of what she was dealing with, there are a lot of adults that couldn't cope with that. antoinette: shellaina says juggling it all isn't easy, but she wouldn't change a there, and there's a future for everybody. so look where you can go. look what you can be and things like that. antoinette: that unstoppable attitude, one of many reasons shellaina gordon deserves this a-plus. shellaina is applying to northeastern, b.u., harvard and yale. i asked her how she has time to do all those applications. she says keeping busy helps her stay motivated. todd: she's going to be an excellent doctor. so positive, too.
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she exudes positive energy to everyone around her. tom brady has found another workout partner. and we're staying on top of that breaking news out of new york city this morning. investigators working all through the night after an explosion injured 29 people in the city's chelsea neighborhood. police found a second device blocks away. that was a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. the mayor says intentional. but at this point, there's no
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vo: 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. defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: 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. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. women vote is responsible for
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mike: we have scattered showers showing up on radar. most of it is really, really light stuff. if you want wild weather, head to the museum of science today. it's a whole day talking about weather forecasting. learn how we put everything together here. at about the weather. if you want to do a day outside, go to the park in brighton. spot showers are a possibility, but this is for the walk to cure arthritis hosted and emceed by our own erika tarantal. great day, great cause. anywhere between three- and one-mile walks. they encourage you to bring your dog. the real rain comes in later tonight through tomorrow morning. we clear things out tuesday and
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the arrival of fall, sunshine, low humidity, beautiful weather. let's hope we get decent rain later on tonight. antoinette? antoinette: all right, mike. thank you. as the patriots get ready for game two against the dolphins, tom brady is getting his own workout. todd: they can out this video. he tosses the touchdown pass to his son, jack. brady posted the video to his facebook page on sa todd: it's good. this is brady's first time in michigan since he graduated. he's usually busy this time of year, but not this year. check out his son's reaction. the team showed a video celebrating his career with the wolverines. here's the throw once more. antoinette: it's a great one. and the catch. funny part about this one, this is posted on facebook.
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todd: a push to legalize pot. antoinette: the road block organizers claim they hit. a plane crashes right into a house. the amazing escape from the passengers onboard. todd: we're following breaking news in new york. investigators are working around the clock. this is a live look. you see those investigators on-scene following the investigation that rocked the city last night. a second device, a pressure cooker was found a few blocks away. we will follow this breaking
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>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- antoinette: breaking news -- a second device found blocks from an explosion in new york city. todd: an air strike mistake. syrian forces bombed instead of isis fighters. the bold move the russians m and the officials calling it a stunt. antoinette: a push for pot on boston common. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeope eyeopener. antoinette: we will get to that breaking news in just a moment. 8:30 on your sunday. i'm antoinette antonio. todd: good morning. i'm todd kazakiewich. doug is off today.
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the patriots. it's hard to believe. here we are. tailgating will be starting soon. mike: and i would suggest bringing fall weather gear only because you probably won't need it. antoinette: but if you don't have it, then you'll need it. mike: guaranteed you'll have showers. it's light stuff right now. can see what's happening on radar. a few sprinkles. as you look at the radar returns, everything is less than .1 inch. it's a little light shower activity. notice what happens. along impressive. just falling apart. we have another area here in northern worcester county. it is also just drifting its way eastward. the trend i'm seeing over the last hour is it's starting to wane. that's what we expect to happen. it will be in here this morning. then we'll let it dry out a little bit and then we'll get another batch later tonight. when we say dry out, it doesn't mean we're going to get to blue skies. it means gray sky, a lot of humidity. not any rain falling right now.
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skies. there may be a few holes in the cloud cover. some of you in the southeastern part of the state are enjoying a beautiful sunny morning. inland, we have scattered showers. by 4:00, we see more showers, perhaps a rumble of thunder developing out of it. an isolated downpour as we head through the evening but very isolated. we have to wait until after midnight. that's when the showers and thunderstorms start moving their way in. that means tomorrow morning's commute could be on the slow side. we'll talk more about this rain and what lies behind in a few mos. antoinette: breaking news this morning. new surveillance video in overnight on that explosion that rocked new york city. there you see the blast. it injured at least 29 people. the fire department saying most of those injuries are minor. todd: a second device also found. that's now being investigated. newscenter 5's diane cho is here with what we know reporter: the investigation continues to evolve as federal and local agencies continue their work.
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neighborhood of manhattan. 29 people were injured. new york mayor bill de blasio says the incident was an intentional act but the city had received no specific and credible threat from any terror organization. a second device was found a few blocks away from the area where the explosion took place. that is a pressure cooker with wires attached to a cell phone. police removed that device around 2:45 this morning. it was brought to a department firing range in the bronx. witnesses streamly loud and everything was shaking. >> the car tilted and came halfway down. reporter: right now, there are no leads on who was behind the explosion or what may have motivated them. antoinette? antoinette: diane, thank you. we will continue to follow the breaking details on the explosion in manhattan as well
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the latest on air, online, and on our mobile app. in just hours, president obama is heading to new york city for a fundraising event. this is as the white house officially expresses regret after a u.s.-led airstrike hit syrian forces rather than isis. todd: the white house is calling it an unintentional loss of life. the united nations security council he a session last night at the request of russia. the u.s. is calling russia's request a stunt. >> 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 put a,
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russian-brokered cease-fire agreement in syria. antoinette: right now, the man accused in a deadly crash at a newton restaurant is preparing to face a bruj tomorrow. 55-year-old brad casler faces charges of motor vehicle homicide and driving to endanger. two people were killed and seven injured when casler's suv crashed into the sweet tomatoes restaurant in march. casler's license was indefinitely suspended following the crash. the indictment was handed down just over a week ago after a right now, boston police are investigating a deadly triple shooting in dorchester. this was breaking news yesterday on the eyeopener. boston police say the men, all in their 20's, were shot just after 2:00 saturday morning in the area of nightingale and wales streets. one victim was pronounced dead at the scene. two others were taken to local hospitals. they are expected to be okay. no arrests have been made. todd: an alarming situation in
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franklin police are looking for a man who pretended to be one of them. police say a woman was pulled over on new hampton road, asked for her license, registration, and then let go. the suspect had blue and white lights on his car and was 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. and they also stayed with the victim at her home. >> no badge or firearm was displayed during the incident. she definitely felt uncomfortable and felt something was wrong with that situation. todd: impersonating a police the suspect could face 3 1/2 to seven years in prison. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. antoinette: pushing for pot 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 attending are 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
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420! reporter: at exactly 4:20 p.m., a huge cloud of smoke floated above boston common, part of what's been for 27 years one of marijuana users biggest acts of civil disobedience in the country. but that could soon change. >> this could be the last freedom rally under marijuana prohibition reporter: supporters of legalizing recreational marijuana in massachusetts seem with a recent poll on question 4 showing the yes side ahead among likely voters by five points. >> i'm very excited actually. i'm definitely voting. and 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. reporter: organizers of freedom rally went to get a permit. they say the city tried to cut into their proceeds by trying to
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grounds. >> we've never had to do it before. we kind of saw it as another speed bump they can throw in our way for us to argue to make this a longer process. reporter: mayor marty walsh says even though he has campaigned against question four, he treats the freedom rally like any event. >> as a matter of fact, i believe they went to one day to two days under my administration. they've gotten their permit every year without any problem. reporter: mayor walsh says there's still time fhe the outcome will likely depend on voter turnout. in boston, david bienick, wcvb, newscenter 5. antoinette: as 5 investigated, cash, weapons and drugs are missing from a braintree police department evidence room. criminal cases are being dropped because of this. on today's "on the record," attorney general maura healy talks about her investigation. >> these are serious allegations. the mayor and district attorney referred this to our office. we'll do the work.
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justice system has been -- or there may be a problem there, you've got to get in, do the investigation, hold those accountable who need to be held accountable and make sure that the right policies and practices are in place. >> at first blush, this looks like -- >> too soon to tell. we are reviewing -- antoinette: you can watch "on the record" at 11:00 followed by "matter of fact" with soledad o'brien at 11:30. then it's "cityline" at noon. arizona. todd: the fiery scene and how everyone on board managed to escape before the plane crash. and how the reason for their flight actually saved their lives. mike: we are finally getting much needed rain. the timeline and sport showers that come in before those steady rains. antoinette: we're staying on top of breaking news out of new york city. police find a second device, a
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cell phone duck taped to it. this is the chelsea area of manhattan. that explosion injured 29 people. the mayor calling this an intentional act but says there's no indication at this point that there is a terrorism connection. we, of course, are staying on top of the situation. the late-breakingin ? ? grocery shoppers of america! take your o organics baby carrots. take your eggs. even your o organics chips. organic food is no longer just for the privileged few. now everyone can afford to go organic. o organics,
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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,
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rtion. 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: we continue to stay on top of the breaking news from new york city this morning. an explosion last night injured 29 people in manhattan's chelsea neighborhood. most of those injuries were minor. the explosion happened around 8:30 last night. new york's mayor, bill de blasio, is calling the explosion intentional but says at this point there's no
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ruled out at this point. and there have been no arrests so far. todd: a second device was found four blocks from the explosion. the device appears to be a pressure cooker. wires and a cell phone were attached to the device. it was brought to a police department firing range in the bronx. investigators have not confirmed if the device is also explosive. antoinette: we have more breaking news. one scuba diver is dead. his diving partner rescued. both pulled from the water off the coast of the 38-year-old bedford man was treated for exhaustion. he appears to have run out of oxygen as he attempted to surface. the current pushed him into the rocks. todd: 8:44. five people are recovering after a fiery plane crash in arizona. the plane was carrying four skydivers when it went down. everyone on board managed to eject before the plane struck a house.
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the pilot was brought to the hospital with burns. the cause of the crash is under investigation this morning. a ride to remember. hundreds of cyclists taking part in the annual trip from springfield to boston, all to honor our legal heroes. antoinette: the 106-mile ride ended at the state house after more than 12 hours of riding. many of the 350 riders wear a badge themselves. one man took part in the ride for h 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, and that's what we try to remember. the good times he made us all laugh. antoinette: yesterday morning, we told you about officer brandon o'neil. he started the race on friday, and he actually ran the 106 miles to that finish line.
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forecast with meteorologist mike wankum. mike: a fantastic day for such a great cause. today a little more rain out there but not much. little is the emphasis on the word right now. if you watched us over the last three hours, it blossoms up and waned a little bit. i don't know how much longer we'll hold on to this. ground reports are saying we're just getting a few sprinkles, maybe an occasional 1/10 inch. a little more as this is light stuff we're talking about that loops its way back through orange and heads toward springfield. that's it. if you go to the west, there are a few more batches. we'll see this all afternoon, a pop-up shower, a line moving through, a lot of gray skies and also a lot of humid. occasionally a few breaks in the cloud cover. here's the map at noon. not showing up for much. there could be a sprinkle or two or a few holes in the cloud
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this morning, that will be fading away. it will be muggy this afternoon. it doesn't take much to get a shower going. 4:00, a little more development, one or two scattered showers. that threat is going to increase as we head after 4:00 through 8:00 tonight. the real focus of the rain doesn't happen until after midnight. here's the way the map looks at 1:00 in the morning. showers, occasional downpour, perhaps even a rumble of thunder. this line will march with reinforcements behind it. by monday morning, we're talking about downpours. tomorrow morning's commute could be slow. it's a monday, a morning, a commute. add a little water to it, and it's going to slow it down. as we head toward late morning, there's still so many downpours out there. eventually we kick most of the heavier stuff off. a lot of gray skies around. perhaps a spot shower during the afternoon hours. tomorrow devoted to gray skies. the heaviest rain during the morning.
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it doesn't look that impressive. there will be isolated areas that pick up more than others. 1/2 inch to an inch of rain in most locations. some places may get more than that. the city is gray. hints of sunshine breaking through. 71 degrees. the dew point is climbing up. it's a muggy day. high temperatures today will be in the low 80's. even out to the west, where it's cooler with gray skies, we should see the mid 70's. the south shore cooler, especially toward the cape, where we'll see temperatures into the 70's. remember, it is going to be muggy. it won't feel as mild and comfortable as yesterday. more threat of showers later on tonight into tomorrow morning. that's when we can have the rumble of thunder. during the afternoon, tapering off to a few scattered showers. tuesday, could be lingering showers in the morning. look at wednesday and thursday. you like yesterday? it's a repeat. wednesday and thursday, sunshine is back.
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very, very comfortable weather as we greet the beginning of fall. as we head toward later in the week, perhaps scattered showers on friday leading to cool temperatures next weekend. todd? todd: the patriots getting ready for game two of the season. they'll be taking on the miami dolphins today. fan favorite rob gronkowski questionable. to baseball, where the red s game in a row. a 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 runs after a wild pitch. the sox take on the yankees again tonight. first pitch around 8:10. 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. doug meehan takes us inside
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doug: at simpson spring, what's old is new again. >> every single day you walk in, you feel like you're walking into a time machine. doug: matthew's family is the third owner of this beverage company. since the 1980's, they've been handcrafting soda almost the exact same way when they were first created in the late 1800's. where he was experimenting with the spring water in the soda. doug: it all starts with spring water. but not just any old h2o. the indians first discovered the water. when simpson started his company, he literally built it around the spring. pumped from below the earth, this purist of massachusetts
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natural ingredients and bottled fresh. >> we're one of the only companies in the world that does that. >> that's good. that's good. doug: at simpson, they're convinced it's the spring that makes their soda sparkle. >> i firmly believe it is the water. you don't have any of that bad after-taste you get with some cans. you have the nice glass bottle which i think really helps and obviously the taste of the water, which creates that smooth flavor. doug: if you favor your flavor have something for you as well. you can bottle your own water from that ancient aquifer. if you bring the jug, 25 cents will get you about a gallon and a half. simpson spring offers free tours of the plant and the spring. call in advance. we have also provided you with a unique 360? interactive tour. you can find that on our website,
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you got to try some. todd: i happened to be in the parking lot. there might have been samples that changed hands. refreshing. it was the middle of summer. antoinette: indeed. the time is 8:52. we are following breaking news out of new york city this morning. todd: 29 people injured in an explosion. this is from the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan. 29 people injured in an explosion last night. then there was also that device, a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached to it. again, we're staying on top of this breaking news.
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antoinette: an explosion rocking the chelsea neighborhood in manhattan. todd: 29 people are injured. new york's mayor is explosion deliberate but saying there's no indication of terrorism. diane cho is here with the breaking details. reporter: 29 people said to have suffered minor injuries. the explosion happened around 8:30 last night. the blast appears to have originated in a dumpster in front of a residence for the blind. a second device was found, a pressure cooker. it was removed from the scene and brought to a department firing range.
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it's unclear who is behind the explosion or what may have motivated them. antoinette: thank you for that. the manatee off cape cod is still playing beat the clock with the water temperatures. todd: the large mammal was spotted off dowses beach in osterville on friday. several animal welfare groups are formulating a plan to stabilize the manatee and assess its health. they want it to head south sooner than later. they don't do temperatures cooler than 68 degrees. the water was 70 to 72 degrees earlier this week. obviously, not a whole lot of margin for error there. antoinette: is that water cooling down? mike: beautiful breeze off of it right now. i'd like to see one. antoinette: get in the water and let us know how it is. mike: todd, want to go swimming with me? todd: bring your go pro. mike: let's talk about today.
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you might get into a little downpour, very isolated. tonight into tomorrow morning, we have a chance of showers and some thunderstorms, and that's going to be the welcome grain with it. then we'll clear things off. it will feel so much better wednesday and thursday. sunshine, low humidity, and recent rain. fall is coming. antoinette: it's coming together. the smile on your face. todd: sure sign of fall --
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