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>> it's now 4:30. good morning to you. friday, september 23rd. i'm randy price. >> i'm emily riemer. a teenager shot in stoughton. the search for the suspect. >> new protests in charlotte over the killing of a black man by police. th moved past the city's new curfew. >> third string is the charm for the patriots. >> good morning, cindy. the weekend is here. >> we made it. >> we sure did. first weekend of fall as well. boy, is it going to feel like it. not so much this morning. 64 degrees in boston. we have a south-southwesterly wind. that is going to bring us another warm day around here. we're starting off with a lot of 50's in the suburbs to the north
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55 in plymouth out the door. to the north, we have clouds creeping toward us. it is mainly clear, especially boston south. these clouds are advancing up. there's rain to the north. a lot of it will be dropping southward. that front is going to bring in more clouds, so it does turn mostly cloudy as we get from lunchtime into the afternoon. notice the temperatures come up next to that southwesterly wind. near 80 at lunchtime and in the 80's this the cape. but the clouds do win the battle as we get towards this afternoon. by this evening, there will be a couple of showers around. the full timeline on shower threat through the overnight coming up. right now we get you out to the roads. good morning, olessa. >> overnight construction on this early friday morning. live look at the pike, a check by allston-brighton. you can see the road work. let's see the rest of your trip north of town. construction in place by 93
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south of the pike. making your way here along route 3, you're fine. no problems on 24. 95 is quiet. then some construction along 128 by highland avenue. two projects on 128, one by route 2 and then north of there as you travel south approaching route three. we're expecting trains and buses to start the morning on schedule. >> right now questions surrounding a violent confrontation inside a stoughton drugstore. >> a teenager was shot. three young suspects are on the run. the at that cvs store where police say this was not random, antoinette. >> emily, police say the victim in this case was just 18 years old, and they also say that he was targeted. the shooting happened here inside this busy cvs store on stoughton and washington streets, all of it yesterday afternoon, sending customers running right out the door. police say the victim got into an argument with the three suspects when one of them pulled
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>> i looked, and the young man was holding his shoulder. and then he was standing up. he seemed okay. unconscious and everything. >> the victim was taken to a brockton hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the suspects are believed to be in their late teens or early 30's. police say there is surveillance video of this confrontation, but it's still unclear if those suspects came here looking for the victim, if the led up to this shooting. that is the latest live in stoughton this morning. antoinette antonio, wcvb newscenter 5. >> protestors break an overnight curfew. the family of the man who was shot by police recently prompting those protests says that they have seen the video now of the incident. erika tracking these new
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of protestors who stayed out after midnight with officers holding back making arrest to maintain fragile calm after two nights of widespread destruction of property and the shooting death of one protestor by another. heavily armed members of the national guard stood watch over businesses. police say that protection and protestors working with officers really helped. >> it's been group tonight. there's been a lot of people inside the group. they've been helping to make that happen, helping to just pull people away from the aggressors standing between. >> right now, the chief of police says the tape showing the fatal police shooting of keith scott will not be released. the family for scott's attorney admits he was given several commands to drop the gun, but
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holding a book. police maintain it was a gun. >> all clear at new york's laguardia airport after an abandoned s.u.v. caused the terminal to be shut down there. police evacuated terminal b. the vehicle was checked out. nothing else suspicious, but that vehicle was tow theed >> a 64-year-old man was riding his motorcycle on route 114 around midnight when he struck a man and a woman in a crosswalk. they were seriously hurt. then the motorcyclist was hit and killed by a passing car that kept going. police are searching for a black four-door mercedes with high intensity works. >> workers struck around 10:30
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the traffic officer suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. >> 3-0. the patriots getting it done at gillette stadium. jacoby brissett helps give the pats the win. josh brogadir shares insight into the team's plan that is clearly working. >> this was all about coming up with a game plan to play to have. no brady, to garoppolo, no problem. jacoby brissett 27 yards into the end zone got the patriots up 10-0. they had three turnovers on the night. that was all the difference. a 41-yard run puts the patriots up in the fourth quarter. that was the final score. brissett was not especially
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to play. >> a lot of veteran players stepped up and helped me a lot, giving me confidence. coach was giving me confidence. you know, just everything from there. >> the texans only got into patriots' territory one time and gronk only one target. they didn't need him this night. josh brogadir, wcvb, sportscenter 5. >> more hearts transplanted at lives and the role the opioid crisis is playing. a new proposal more mbta police. >> the largest online security breach in history. the hack into yahoo. cindy? >> we're starting off clear and cool, but we do have clouds on the way. the temperatures are going to warm up as well. you see these showers to the north. a timeline on when they drop
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new this morning, the mbta is considering body cameras for transit police officers. >> the mbta superintendent saying that he thinks body cameras on transit cops are a good idea in the name of transparency. in addition to bodycams, richard sullivan tells boston herald radio, he would like to see video surveillance on every train car and he'd like to see those cameras first on the new red line trains when they go online. earlier this month, the debate went to court.
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against the idea of a pilot program after no officers volunteered to take part. a judge sided with the police commissioner. that pilot program continuing for the next six months. >> some controversy over the company blue bell's listeria-related recall. >> where the ice cream maker is placing blame. also, with love from america. a 6-year-old's heartwarmi one in eight women will face breast cancer.
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>> 4:44 and severe weather hitting parts of the country. this is antelope valley in co a small tornado touched down nearby. this was yesterday afternoon. >> we haven't seen anything. >> we've had some incredible rainfall across the area. notice the motion on that. it's not dropping south too much. it's kind of going east eventually. that whole line will drop south. i'm hopeful that we see a couple of showers across the area, but that's really all.
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across parts of central and eastern massachusetts, southeast new hampshire, even southern maine. and that is the extreme drought, including boston and worcester, where your rainfall deficit in boston now has topped 10 inches for the year. and that is really tough to make up. so we could use any rainfall. the chance for rain goes up as the day wears on. it's a low chance this afternoon. that chance increases late this afternoon and into tonight. it's a very you can see this morning a couple of sprinkles showing up here on the radar. not even convinced these are actually reaching the ground. you can see around the nashua area right now headed toward the north shore, we've got just a couple of returns showing up on the radar. the main area of rain is to the north. a lot of it is moving like this, coming in with that frontal boundary that's going to be dropping southward throughout the day. this front, though, although it doesn't have a ton of moisture with it, it has a big temperature change, so you know how warm it was yesterday.
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again today it's going to be quite warm. look at toronto. right now 70 on the other side of that front. we drop nearly 20 degrees into the lower 50's. as that front comes through this evening, we're going to see a dramatic temperature drop as well. keep that in mind. 64 out the door lawrence. 60 beverly. 60 back in worcester county as well. cooler pockets where skies are clear. norwood to taunton. and 47 right now on the vineyard. it's a cool start. you can see the clouds are starting to ince we'll all see clouds increase through noon as the temperature comes up to 80. the chance of a shower this afternoon, but the temperatures very warm. one more day we'll sneak up into the lower 80's. 84 in boston. here comes that frontal boundary. notice all the cloud cover as we get toward lunchtime and then into the afternoon. clouds, yes, by 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 tonight. look at showers showing up. this is associated with the front. so as we have those showers around this evening, we also have the temperatures dropping.
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overnight. and then notice by tomorrow morning, the skies are clearing out. and we are going to see some improvements coming tomorrow. but in terms of the rainfall again, not a whole lot. a few tenths of an inch. you can see the temperatures really drop off tonight. 40's and 50's. we don't recover much tomorrow. this cool air is settling in. so after highs in the 80's the past couple of days, we are only in the 60's tomorrow and sunday. really feeling like fall. and if you are doing some traveling at the cape, today's your warmer day. bright, brilliant sunsh sunday. notice what's happening up north. we don't get out of the 50's on sunday up across the lakes region. pretty dramatic change coming and still targeting monday morning as the coldest morning. back to work, back to school, a lot of 30's. changing are a-comin'. >> i didn't hear anything you just said. thank you, cindy. so far this morning, we have overnight construction in place, what's left. here it is on the pike. you can see flashing lights. that will be gone in a few minutes.
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as you travel into town, construction clearing on 93 south. then again as you travel the expressway near the o'neill tunnel. route 3 is quiet. no problems on 24 or 95. then there is some construction on 128 by highland avenue. as you head north to town, we're watching road work on the southbound side of 128. so far trains and buses we're expecting them to start the morning on schedule. big changes are coming to 128. lanes will be diverted through an entire weekend in november. the state will be tearing and it's unsafe for cars to drive below the demolition project. the closure is the first weekend in november. drivers will be detoured through neighborhoods or temporary lanes next to existing ones. >> what we're going to do is actually divert the highway up the ramp and then down the other side. so the highway's going from three lanes to two lanes, and they'll just be diverted up and over. >> it's part of a road widening
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emily? >> all right, olessa, thank you. yahoo says half a billion accounts have been hacked, the biggest data breach in history. yahoo says the breach dates back to 2014 and was likely launched by a foreign government. the stolen data is believed to include names and birth dates, email addresses, telephone numbers, and encrypted passwords. robert siciliano is an identity theft expert with hot spot shield. >> many people use the same password, and password reuse is how your other accounts will be breached. >> security experts urge you to change passwords for yahoo and use different passwords for separate accounts. >> asian markets fairly steady holding on to gains driven by the federal reserve decision against raising interest rates.
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number of heart transplants are taking place at tufts. better technology, partnerships, and more donor registrations are leading to that milestone. so is the opioid crisis. 43 people have received heart transplants at tufts, breaking a 25-year record for new england hospitals. about 30% of those hearts came from people who died from an overdose. doctors say better screening techniques for diseases make it possible to accept hearts that would have once been rejected. recipient about the potential risks involved. there may be some risk there. it may be small. but there's a good risk you're going to die on the list waiting if we don't take this. >> five years ago, only five transplanted hearts in new england came from an overdose victim. doctors say more than 90% of recipients will live another year. >> trending stories -- a 6-year-old new york boy makes a plea to the president to help
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one face of the refugee crisis. >> dear president obama, can you please go get the boy who was hit in syria and bring him to our home? >> his name is alex. he wrote to the president asking him to bring that 5-year-old to the united states. the syrian boy was hurt in an airstrike that destroyed his home in the city of aleppo. alex writes to the president. we will give him a will be our brother. mr. obama told leaders at the world summit they can learn from alex. >> the street pianos return to boston today. mayor marty walsh will open the installation today. the public will have access to the instruments at 60 locations across boston and cambridge through october 10. >> here's a new food plan for you. the cafeteria worker diet. a lunch worker in texas says
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eating the food that she serves to the students. tammy mcrae says she ditched the junk food a year ago and only ate what the school was serving for breakfast and lunch, and she says that made her feel better and more active, too. >> what a great role model, right? >> indeed she is. >> david ortiz picking up his latest gift. this is a nice one. on the farewell tour. >> an interest present from the orioles in baltimore s that is ahead in news to go. new on the eyeopener at 5:00 -- reaping the benefits of fall
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>> breaking overnight, a tulsa police officer has turned herself in. officer betty shelby says she felt threatened by terence crutcher when she came across his vehicle on her way to another call. police dashcam video showing shelby approaching crutcher with her hands up before she shoots. she's charged with manslaughter. >> police have not yet released
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police say the man was trespassing on the tracks. about 250 passengers were on that train. no riders were hurt. >> rhode island man pleads guilty to conspiring to help isis. prosecutors say nicholas rovinski planned to kill pamela geller. he pleaded guilty yesterday. prison when sentenced in march. >> the supplier of cookie dough in blue bell's recall says it's not their fall. aspen hills says their product tested negative for listeria. the product has been in blue bell's control almost two months. last year a contamination forced blue bell to temporarily stop production. >> boston school superintendent is promising to restore access
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students. "the herald" reports that 73 schools do not have a library. most schools that do only have a part-time librarian. the school committee just approved a five-year plan for library services at the city's 126 schools. and that plan calls for the addition of 15 libraries by may. gillette stadium paying big bucks for bruce springsteen's recent concert. the site was find more than 00 boston curfew for the town of foxborough, 11:15 p.m. springsteen played until almost midnight. >> the red sox are red hot sweeping the orioles in baltimore. sandy leon puts the sox up 2-0 with an rbi single. the orioles tie it up three apiece. andrew benintendi unlocks that in the fifth. hanley ramirez adds the insurance home run in the
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the sox when 5-3. they head to florida tonight. big papi got the latest gift for his farewell tour. the orioles gave david ortiz the baltimore dugout bench he smashed three years ago. they gifted him a $10,000 check to one of his favorite charities, the world pediatric project. >> fun gift. >> he did leave that, though, i thinn >> not as much frustration going on right now. it's a good thing. yes, absolutely. hey, just want to give you a quick update if you've been following, we've been tracking a couple of systems in the tropics, lisa in the atlantic. karl is right now a tropical storm. you can see there are tropical storm warnings up for bermuda. this is likely going to make a very close pass overnight, coming pretty close to bermuda, and they'll get some winds, some rain out of this. then it's going to school away
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a heads-up on that. this is not coming near the eastern seaboard. we are watching showers traversing the canadian border. this is all associated with a front that's going to be dropping southward. this is going to bring in a dramatic change for temperatures tomorrow. this afternoon it's going to be very warm. look what happens at 6:00 p.m. and midnight. we have the opportunity of at least f winds will pick up. temperatures are going to fall sharply down into the 60's this evening. by day we'll warm it up. the chance of rain lingers into the overnight hours as well. before any showers get up, temperatures jump up into the 80's, near 90 in d.c. on the other side of that front, it is cooler and that cooler air is dropping on down. high pressure means loads of sunshine for the upcoming weekend.
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60's both saturday and sunday. keep it in the 60's through monday as well. full look at the forecast as the eyeopener continues. >> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> teenager shot inside a drugstore. the search as police describe what happened before that violence. >> new efforts to ease protestors in charlotte, north carolina. the rule in effect right now and the new fight over video of a police-involved shooting. >> jacoby brissett shining in his first nfl start. the other touchdown has pats fans talking this morning. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. >> 5:00 a.m. also on the eye this morning -- foods to keep in mind the next time you hit the grocery store. the seasonal treats with some real health benefits. that's ahead in this half hour.


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