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anchor: breaking news, a person shot inside a cvs. the massive yahoo data hack the millions at risk tonight. a push for peace, born out of tragedy. the local group helping families of murder victims tonight's 5 for good. >> birther wcvb at 7:00. >> we start with some breaking news, a shooting inside of a cvs. ed: a teen rushed to the hospital. newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is live at the scene with how it all unfolded. >> three suspects came in here to the store looking for the victim. three hours after that young man
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it happened shortly after 4 this afternoon at the cvs at the corner of washington and central streets in stoughton. a man in a car outside, telling our partners at the brockton enterprise, thats when he spotted 3 men get out of a car and go into the store. moments later he heard gun shots. renee nogueira was at the cvs buying some groceries sot 25 i heard them talking about mybe going outside to each other like yelling and then i heard a couple of pops 31 >> the argument tued 18-year-old male was already in the store >> but then i looked and the young man was holding his shoulder, he was standing up he seemed ok. conscious and everything. anchor: his injuries apparently not life threatening. he was taken by ambulance to good samaritan hospital.
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at the cvs she has spoken to her fellow employees on the phone all of them ok. nobody else hurt. robbery apparently not a motive. >> jorge others telling us that after the shooting,customers -- no arrests have been made. a statement from police, they are trying to identify those suspects. >> thank you. anchor: train in mansfield. it happened right near the mansfield station on crocker street. trains on the providence line were delayed as the investigation unfolded. >> the patriots are hosting the houston texans. the game starts at 8:25. we just got a list of the players. let's get to mike on the field.
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names. most notable, dont'a hightower is an active. it is the first time he has played this year. we did not seem against arizona or miami. he had his hat on backwards, tank top, waving to everybody. photographers were awaiting. gronk is going to be here. this is some video on the field. he is the starting quarterback and resumable he julian will be his backup order back. jimmy is an active. he will play kickoff at a: 30.
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yahoo! says a half ilion accounts have been hacked, probably by a foreign government. yahoo only recently discovered the break-in, but it actually happened back in 2014. it's believed hackers stole names, email addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth and passwords. not impacted, payment card data, including bank or credit card information. yahoo says users should change their passwords and security questions and check their activity. anchor: a manslaughter charge has been sent out for an officer who killed terence crutcher. the officer is white, the victim was black. shelby says she fired after crutcher did not respond to repeated verbal commands. national guard troops have been deployed in charlotte, north
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of the rioting that plagued the city for the past 2 nights. a state of emergency is still in effect. this follows last week's shooting of keith scott. his family is expected to see police video of the shooting this evening. the local police chief says the video does not clearly show scott carrying a weapon. anchor: right now, police are searching for the driver who hit and killed a man on a motorcycle. and took off. the victim involved in another accident seconds before. richardson shows us the clues police are focusing on. reporter: lisa been trying to find the driver, a person of interest in the death of the motorcyclist here. the family of the man killed on the line brought flowers to the scene. their loved ones motorcycle was
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the mercedes and driver who they say ran the man over. the motorcycle hit to pedestrians after midnight. >> i was shocked. i had never seen anything like that before. the woman was hit first. then the guy with her. i get is -- i guess that is when they crash. street struck by car. >> the pedestrians were conscious. he 33-year-old man was taken to boston. the woman went to mars with less -- went to the hospital with less serious injuries. police now need help finding the
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if you know anything about that mercedes, police want to hear from you. anchor: a teenager is facing charges connected to this crash in roxbury. he was driving with two other teens. police try to stop or she sped up and failed to maneuver a turn. when of the other teens was maria:a judge deciding whether or not to release information with the driver charged in that deadly crash. bradford casler has multiple sclerosis and is charged with driving his car into the sweet tomatoes restaurant back in february killing two customers inside. his lawyer says unsealing certain prosecution documents could bias the public against him making it hard for him to get a fair trial. ed: big changes coming to 128.
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crews will be tearing down the old highland avenue bridge. it's just not safe for cars to drive below the demolition project. the closure happens over the first weekend in november. drivers will be detoured thru neighborhoods nearby. or along new temporary lanes next to the existing ones. >> down the other side. the highway is going from three lanes to two lanes diverted up and over. ed: it's all part of a road widening project that will add an additional lane to 128. maria: five investigates is back on methadone mile, nowhere else in boston are the ravages of the drug addiction crisis so plain to see. back in may, the mayor promised a new push to help the people down there and clean up the area, which the city is now
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karen anderson went back to see what, if anything, has changed. >> this is boston. you want to see good things. reporter: right now, that's not easy to do in this part of boston, its a center of both addiction and recovery services . that's how it became known as methadone mile. four months after capturing open drug use and people with addictions seemlingly ignored 5 investigates returned to see what's changed. man handing out needles to a young woman the startling reality of an overdose as paramedics administered narcan bringing the man back to life. on another day, when we found this woman passed out called 911, and watched as people walked by offering no help. dwayne brown is a member of the mayor's new neighborhood engagement team for this area, one of four outreach workers helping people find the services they need, and a path to a
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let me get them to safe shelter, let me get them to safe place. because anything can happen out here. >> yes, recovery can occur in an environment like that. reporter: devin larkin leads the bureau of recovery services at the boston public health commission. >> we are serving a population here who have multiple problems. so they are dealing with homelessness, they are trying to find housing, they are struggling with their addiction. it's not a simple solution for any one person. reporter: the city plans to assess this outreach progrn they're also hoping to expand the engagement teams into other ares of the city. we'll be following their progress. anchor: a local group, fighting to change how people view and respond to murder. ed: new at 7: their push for peace, in tonight's 5 for good. a tiny dog with a big story of survival.
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the way. anchor: look at those eyes. losing a leg, after being hit by a commuter train. who's quick-thinking saved charlie's life. ? why do banks treat you and your money like this? capital one won't do that. they've reimagined banking, and built a checking account that's free of all that nonsense. no fees. no minimums. no gotchas. at capital one, your money stays your money.
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pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives...
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for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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>> ed: a rhode island man has pleaded guilty to conspiring to help isis. prosecutors say nicholas rovinski plotted in 2015 with two massachusetts men, to kill conservative blogger pamela geller. he pleaded guilty in federal court today to charges including ns terrorism. rovinski faces 15 to 22 years in prison when he's sentenced in march. tonight's 5 for good, a dorchester group helping people cope with the trauma of losing a loved one to violence. erika tarantal shows us how the louis d. brown peace institute has been working for decades to change society's response to murder.
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related but they are family. a bond born from tragedy. she lost her son last year. he was killed at the hands of another teen. >> murder is a dirty word. when people hear your child was murdered they assume you're not living a certain kind of way. >> struggling with her sadness she walked through these doors. >> it's the worst thing that can possibly happen. on top of the society's response can add more trauma. >> that prompted the family to start the peace institute. in 1993 he was caught in a shootout. the bright 15-year-old had been
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>> it is ok to cry. it's ok to talk or not talk. reporter: they started giving me tools. for anxiety. reporter: and guides including this one used at major boston hospitals. >> our burial guide w homicide unfortunately, right through the immediate aftermath. and through the many years of grief, the peace institute is committed to families. a comfort to la'chija, who says she wishes she brought mason here before. >> if you've got a teenager, who's giving you a little bit of trouble, who's not giving you a little bit of trouble, walk them in here. let them look at all the buttons of the children who have passed before. >> > don't wait until you're here or til you need the place. come way before then.
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a fund for families who can't afford to bury their loved one. find out more on our website, ed: that lingers. maria: can we talk about the first day of fall. anchor: it feels like summer. anchor: it is great weather. beautiful. rings are going to feel like fall. the 80's around the horn. this is keeping in tune with july, way above average. we look to the north. lots of cool air building. the drought modern index.
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rains were more beneficial in some areas than others. boston is 10 inches. that is a look at the drought monitoring index and we have another beautiful sky. once you get away from the water it is in the 70's. the sky is clear. a couple of hours ago it is 84. down to the upper 60's for the start. low 60's, maybe 60-ish by the end of the game tonight. low temperatures around the
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is a little bit slower, then 80 is possible. the most likely area is south of the pike. it could be warmer than you are seeing here. these guys are mainly clear. a band of clouds, scattered showers possibly. not a lot of rain. from north to cool air starts to flow in. keep an eye to the sky. it could be a storm. some of that will be at the cooler air. if you lingering clouds, after that it is a lot of clear skies for the weekend.
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tropical storm warnings are in effect. one more warm one. there could be a few pockets of frost around. if you're doing some traveling your warmest day on the cable be friday. up north, overnight low temperatures early sunday it is going to be beautiful. definitely. maria: i ignore the calendar. heck yes. i want some or all of the time. a house just went on the market.
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>> friday on the eye, reaping the benefits of all in food. >> the three s packing a healthy punch. >> and tracking a few showers and a big temperature change. the time line on when it starts to feel like fall friday,
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i'm a public school teacher in massachusetts, and i've reviewed question 2. it will make public education even stronger, because question 2 would allow more access to public charter schools, so parents have more choices for their kids' education, and public charter schools don't take funds away from public education. in fact, question 2 will result in more funding for education in massachusetts. question 2
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. difference death.n life ande planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ed: an incredible story of survival involving eight hit by a train. maria: this is charlie recovering now. she was found by a t maintenance worker last week next the tracks between the forest hills and
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severed. that t worker quickly got her to the hospital. >> she was in shock. she lost a lot of blood. the injury itself, imagine it. maria: i can't imagine it. charlie's surgery was a success. she's now learning to walk on three legs, but still needs a few more weeks to recover. mspca workers tell us charlie isn't microchipped and no one has come forward to claim he ed: you just saw her moving around area what does $90 million by you these days when it comes to real estate? >> and a heart transplants at this local hospital. now, a number of factors are playing a role, including one
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>> there's a little house for sale in brookline. sky 5 over 150 woodland road and the mansion owned by reebok founder paul fireman. here's a ground view of the home, which is located on 14 acres surrounded by the brookline country club. the property includes ponds, rolling lawns and sculpted rock gardens. 26,000 square feet of living space. and tt's relatively new, as mansions go. built just 16 years ago. 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. vo: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that - 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:
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>> this is chronicle. >> honeybees dying at an alarming rate. >> what is causing it? a parasite? a pesticide? >> you might meet someone with a cold. >> suburban sprawl. how gardeners can help. >> and a local candy company joins the fight. >> you use the chocolate to raise funds for the partnership.


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