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>> white a teacher is back in class despite troubling charges. what this video shows that does not tell the story. harvey: the return to summer warmth and when the humidity will break. maria: the warning for parents about a popular cold remedy for kids. ed: we have breaking news about th what he is saying about the boston marathon attack. maria: we have learned that he did reference the marathon bombers in a handwritten note investigators have found. also he is officially charged with attempted murder. the question now, the police are quite -- scrambling to answer. did he act alone? john: we have learned the note
the bomb and it referenced the brothers who carried out the marathon attacks. a midmorning shoot out in a new jersey neighborhood and the suspect, gun in hand, tries to run. officers catch up with him bleeding from gunshot wounds. the officers he shot will survive. it was a violent into a frenzied manhunt for the afghan him again who investigators say terrorized new york and new jersey the key to identifying him, fingerprints and a cell phone attached to a bomb that never exploded with that pressure cooker investigators found a rambling note referencing the boston marathon bombers. it has been a tense two days of -- as technicians detonate other bombs that never went off. tonight investigators are learning more including the trips officials say he took to afghanistan and pakistan over the last two years. he spent almost a year in
>> if they spent more than a few days, it raises suspicions that while they were there they will have been recruited. friends say he returned a >> changed man. but so far, authorities have not been able to connect him to a larger network. >> i have no indication there's a cell operating in the area or the city. the investigation is ongoing as soon as we devleop more information we continue to go. i have no indication there's a cell operating here. : suspect's mention of the marathon bombers. but investigators say he also included references to other terrorists in that note. maria: there are no obvious threats in the boston area but security here is being increased as a precaution. bomb squad trucks parked outside south station were just one obvious sign of heightened awareness around the city, especially its transportation hubs. more officers and k-9 patrols are part of the plan. the mbta police say they're ready but, as always, depend on
anything they see that they think is out of the ordinary, suspicious, they know the system very well, they ride in -- day and day out. call us. maria the fbi also sent agents : to gillette stadium and fenway park yesterday to beef up security at those venues. ed the bombings dominating talk : on the campaign trail. hillary clinton, pushing her record while speaking in new york. ms. clinton: i am prepared to engage in a lot of irresponsible, reckless rhetoric. in donald trump spoke in : florida, criticizing immigration policy. mr. trump: from 9/11 to san bernardino, we have seen how failures to screen who is entering the u.s. puts all of our citizens in this room at danger. in trump also said today he : supports racial profiling to prevent more attacks. maria controversy swirling
there's new reaction from the school tonight. newscenter 5's shaun chaiyabhat has that live in wilmington . shaun: that teacher was back on the job today causing uproar among students and parents. the superintendent tonight assuring them the teacher does not pose a threat to the school. >> the 3 years i've had him as as gym teacher, he's been the most relaxed and chill person. shaun: some students now sticking up for a popular gym teacher under fire. essex police arrested anthony altieri last week after a fight with his wife. the police report says she slapped him then he smashed her face into the door frame she left the hospital with a andshe left the hospital with a broken nose. >> it is a little concerning if he's having trouble with anger issues. the school suspended altieri with pay. just days later he returned to work. upsetting families, especially young women. 13:14 saying that she didn't
have him on leave until things were over and not come back. in a statement the district said >>in a statement the district said our first concern is the safety and well-being of our students, staff and families and we would not have returned mr. altieri to his position if we did not believe that he did not pose a threat. school leaders compared this case of domestic violence against his good record as a teacher over 13 years. students say he told them the charges are wh >> he said that it was really exaggerated, but i don't know what that exactly means. >> the superintendent went on to say the district examined all angles of this case before allowing him back to teach. and they will continue to monitor the legal case as it moves forward. ed: you are looking live over the city of boston. warm and humid tonight.
rain that is going on. it may not be completely done. let show you what happened. two areas of heavy rain. one was around 495 north and west. then that other area from new london, connecticut through block island across hyannis, one to two inches of rain. still some bands of rain along the south shore. developing to the south. we are still in the thick clouds. i can't relet another plume of rain moving northward. by the time we get to the morning commute if it is still raining it is down around the cape for the islands and that should fly off shore. there is one important factor, the fog. three quarters of a mile, there
early in the day tomorrow. it stays in the upper 60's to around 70. we will talk about summer warmth and the beginning of fall and when it will start feeling like fall coming up. maria: new tonight, a young mother remembers. her killer is still out there on the run. and family and friends are coming together tonight calling for an end to violence and newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is live in methuen with their message. jorge: she was killed here a week ago and tonight you can see where the group gathered, rosa. a young mother who thought she was doing the best for her son despite the danger to herself. eduardo rosa, inconsolable. saying a prayer for his sister. >> a lot to deal with, a lot to go through with, just shocking. jorge: friends remembering 29-year-old wanda rosa. a mom who despite a long history of domestic abuse, had tried to forge a relationship between her abuser and their four-year-old son, emilio de la rosa on the run, .charged with murder.
sometimes you have to put yourself first because in order to do for your kids you have to be here. wanda's friends reading a poem about her inability to break away, advocates for domestic -- to break away. >> don't be mean. move. get out. run. be safe. be free. jorge advocates for domestic : violence victims framing the question differently. >> we are always asking why did she go bawh leave? why do we do a better job of holding them accountable. jorge: de la rosa served only 4 years after pleading guilty to a prior kidnapping and attempted murder of his son's mom. >> what is going to happen when he is 15, 20, 40, 50, 60 years old? without a mother. the mother is the best thing you have in this world. jorge: a lifetime of painful
witnessed his mom's murder. ed the driver charged with a : double-fatal crash at a newton pizza shop says his physical disability caused the accident. bradford casler says a flare-up of his multiple sclerosis caused him to lose control of his suv last march. the vehicle plowed into the sweet tomato's shop, killing customers eleanore miele and gregory morin. 7 other people were hurt. prosecutors say casler's condition had nothing to do with it, he was speeding, and witnesses prove it, >> accelerating with the engine revving at its highest rpm. another witnesses described feeling a wind as the defendants vehicle moved past. ed casler pleaded not guilty : and is free on his own recognizance.
auto sales. the suit claims the dealership is funneling unsafe and unreliable vehicles onto the roads. the ag says f and r sold cars that had defects and couldn't be inspected and that customers couldn't get their money back. >> we are talking about a company that intentionally sold vehicles that they knew were not safe. that were going to bring down to customers. say this is not going to happen anymore. it just means everything. maria a.g. healey is asking : anyone who had trouble with f and r auto to get in touch with her office. ed: the mbta is considering replacing red line trains that were set to undergo a $200 million overhaul. upgrading to the new cars, instead of just overhauling the old ones, would mean the redline could carry 50% more passengers. the boston globe reports the control board took up the
decision. maria five on the opioid crisis, : a raynham mom at a special meeting at the white house today to encourage the federal government to do more to help. joanne peterson's son is in long term recovery from a heroin addiction. she's the founder of the group learn 2 cope, which helps local families dealing with the epidemic. she says there are signs of progress. >> we do everything we can to educate and resources and support. we do see a lot of recovery. we see a lot of people come back and say, my daughter has a year, five years, six years. maria: there will be more events all week in d.c. to mark prescription opioid and heroin epidemic awareness week. the finals moments of an unarmed father shot and killed by police. what this video shows that doesn't match the story told by
harvey: saying goodbye to the rain and hello to summer warmth. maria signs popping up on gas : stations. supplies running out. the reason why and the impact we could see on prices. >> tuesday morning, finding new ways to cut calories. >> it's easier than you think. the tricks that will not sacrifice flavor. >> and the humidity dropping. cooler temperatures on the way. the changes i am tracking on tuesday starting narrator: "by almost every measure,
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maria this new video, is raising : more questions, about the deadly shooting of a man in oklahoma. his hands are up he drops to the ground and then he's shot dead. ed: newscenter 5's ben simmoneau reports what you see in the video does not match the story first told by oklahoma police. : police cameras captured the end of terence crutcher's life. >> shots fired. then that's tulsa police officer : betty shelby who came across crutcher friday night after callers reported his suv stopped in the middle of the road. >> there is a car looks like somebody just jumped out of it and left it in the center of the road. ben when they arrive police say : crutcher refuses to raise his hands.
subject that won't show me his hands. but the video clearly disputes danbut the video clearly disputes that. : then, police say crutcher reaches for something inside his car. one officer fires a taser, officer shelby fires one shot. turns out crutcher was not armed. >> there was no gun on the suspect or in the suspect's vehicle. ben crutcher's family says this : comment before the shooting by a police helicopter pilot . >> it looks like a bad d ben was a threat. :>> that big bad dude was my twin brother. that big bad dude was a father. ben: the u.s. justice department has opened a civil rights investigation. maria: a message on the side of a car in a parade in hudson this weekend don't drink and drive. but police confirm that car wasn't involved in a drunk driving crash. the parade was right through the
hurt in a crash. but drinking was not involved. after the car was in the parade, the passenger says she got insulting texts from friends about being drunk. families of the teenagers say they're hurt. >> devastated. she is like, why are people saying this, we do not drink. >> jonathan was distraught. everyone on social media as saying he was drinking, calling him names. police say the driver will face maria chargenc the towing company says, they just picked a car from the 3 they had and offered an apology to the families involved. gas is becoming hard to find in and parts of the south, thanks : to a broken supply pipeline. at gas stations throughout the area, covers are being placed onto self-serve pumps rendering them out of service.
forcing a shutdown. that's pushing prices higher. they hope to have the ruptured line fixed later this week. there's new medical information maria on codeine that may make : parents consider changing their kids' cough medicine, ohio researchers say codeine is not safe for kids and should not be used to quiet a cough or reduce pain. codeine is an opioid that's been prescribed for children for decades. but the researchers say codeine can cause dangerous side effects in kids, including breathing problems. they suggest using another ed: amazon is known for its online shopping. but it may be opening an old-fashioned brick&mortar store here. the globe reports, amazon has job postings for a new bookstore at legacy place in dedham. the local location would join just 3 others in the country.
harvey: areas that received truly beneficial parts -- rain. worcester itself almost two inches and on keep card, almost two inches of rain. rain. there were two areas, 495 north and west and then the new england south coast into london, connecticut. and onto parts of cape cod. the quit -- only a third of an into brain. a big friends. everyone had rain. in some areas it was beneficial. more so than ever's -- others. we have some bands of rain and
we are in the thick clouds, we can generate some additional rainfall which is all the way on down to the south's you can see. clearing is still a good distance away at least at this hour. there could be another first of rain overnight. the emphasis will be south of the pike and on cape cod. that should move off and it starts to brighten later tomorrow morning. first and areas north and west of boston. eventually into as we go deeper into the day, even down toward southeastern mass. wednesday looks like a great day. and the less humid day. that kind of weather should last on thursday as well. a lot of sunshine and low humidity which is a nice combination. which is a way of for minding you that game is thursday night. after being in the 80's during the day, the game does not start
in the 60's. great weather to watch the game. this ability one quarter mile. the 60's. orange, half-mile. beverly, quarter mile. almost no visibility. areas of dense fog will be around overnight into the morning commute. please be aware of that. in boston we do not have the dense fog. it is a monday night. i in most sections. that will stick around. more comfortable air will come in wednesday and thursday. high temperatures today. we are back in two summer temperatures for a few days. 80's tomorrow, especially north and west of boston. low 80's if the sun comes out but not quite as warm.
hundred miles of muted. a new tropical depression is out there. look at the string of weather during this week create once we start to brighten, fall is beginning on thursday. later friday or friday night, a chance of a fuse that -- showers. tuesdaa big difference of how il feel this weekend the upcoming weather. maria: new rescued from a place a cat
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american league mvp and the cy young winner as well. rick porcello won his 21'st game tonight the most wins in mlb and the sox got taters from mookie betts and david ortiz both mvp candidates. sox are playing their best at the right time of the year when it comes to most. defense from hanley ramirez who was swinging the bat. to game winners thursday and sunday night. they are doing it with a stick. the 31st homer of the year. he is and mbp candidate, you bet he is. david ortiz, 35th homer, two run shot up 5-1. rbis 117 and went 18. you have to think about him. and porcello, got to be the cy ward -- cy young award winner. he is 1-4. sox push the orioles four games
and left field, matt kemp for the braves. he makes one cats, the same inning. the seventh inning. just assure you it was no fluke him a making another catch. you think those were good, let's go to kansas city. right field, kansas city royals, up, up and away. look at this baby right here. he brings that back into the ballpark. garoppolo's performance and his injury. >> he was really firing the ball in there and very accurate and decisive. it was great to see. it was a tough injury. >> what went through your mind when you saw him get injured? >> he made a great play and made a great throw on the third-down play. the linebacker hit him and went in on top of him.
it is a tough injury. i feel for him. it is a tough injury but i know he will be back there as soon as he can. mike: he was hitting a treatment on his sprained shoulder. tomorrow is when the medical staff can get a better read on his recovery time. he was with his two meets today. that was encouraging. >> we were eating some cereal, i think. he's a competitor. can around the clock to get ready for this week. whenever he is going to play next. he is a tough kid. he is italian, so i do not count him out. mike: i cannot verify if it was