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have to be ready to go. >> there are bumps in the road, regardless of whether it is injuries or missing guys are what ever it is. you'd have to deal with it. everybody has to be ready to play. that is the name of the game. josh: the patriots have proven they can do this on a short week. and without jimmy garoppolo, that will be 14 days of rest for him. we are live at gillette stadium in foxboro, josh brodeur -- josh brogadir, the receiving these sportscenter 5. heather: chelsea, where two high school students have been stabbed. the suspect on the run. newscenter 5's john atwater is
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john: two suspects stabbed by the the railroad tracks. their injuries are serious. they were stabbed in the abdomen. they are looking for the person who stabbed them on everett avenue. they all knew each other and police say the suspect may not have acted alone. the superintendent was here after all of this happened. i just spoke with some of the students. police investigated here. there was a lockdown. they did shut down the commuter rail service. the trains are again running. police are looking for one, possibly more suspects. life in chelsea, john atwater, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: and right now, police search for this man the alleged gunman who shot a teen inside a stoughton cvs. newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is
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jorge: police are issuing a statewide bolo --a be on the lookout. this is the man. his compasses -- his accomplices are in custody. students at stoughton high school released this afternoon under heavy police guard. >> we know a couple of the teens in the shooting. we know the kid that got shot. my brother is really sad about that. jorge: the juveniles, 15 and 16 years old, arrested overnight at their homes in stoughton. suspects in the shooting at the cvs thursday afternoon. kids here say the younger boy is related to this man, the alleged gunman. the 16-year-old also well known. >> this makes me mad because i do not like the kid that was involved. i don't know, he is trouble. jorge: an arrest warrant issued today for 23-year-old marcus pierre-louis, witnesses and
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>> he is considered armed and dangerous. >> i think it is terrible he would take a 15 and 16-year-old juveniles commit a crime like that and ruin the reputation. jorge: no one else hurt, the cvs open again today, customers try to put this behind them. >> i feel totally safe. jorge: the suspected gunman has ties here, in brockton and boston. -- is assisting in the search. the 18-year-old victim, known to his attacker, sevastopol tonight. heather: sky 5 over the taunton municipal lighting plant, where one person was hurt in an explosion this afternoon. a fire in a switch unit inside a large circuit breaker caused the blast. the extent of the victim's injuries is unclear.
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a big spike in overdoses in quincy. 19 in just over a week three of them fatal. new at 6:00, newscenter 5's nicole estaphan with the growing problem that has no easy answer. >> we had 19 overdoses and 3 of those were fatal overdoses. nicole: in just 10 days quincy , police and emergency response seeing an incredible number of opioid overdoses the largest , spike in the last several years. >> this is disturbing to us. we try to link the people together. some common link. we have not fo rash. nicole: of the 19, no obvious connection. it has touched all 4 corners of the city from mid-twenties to , late fifties. >> nark on use is up. fidelity's art -- narcan uses up. fidel these are down. nicole: phones ring off the hook
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ringing. i'm dealing with parents, husbands, wives. it is tragic. nicole: out of the nearly 200 beds at solutions group only 7 , are left. >> have you ever seen it like this before? >> no, and it doesn't seem to be getting any better. nicole both police and recovery : experts tell us there is no single cause for the increase. and there is no single solution. but there are many resources for those struggling with addiction. >> it is just heartbreaking. it really is. but there is a solution. ed: that was nicole estaphan reporting for us. heather: an army speaking -- an army man speaking out after being the victim of a crime. ed: and the crime is especially hurtful. reporter: david cooley is on a mission. >> the remainder of the flights
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he is gathering up the flags in his garage to place out here at the front of the property. >> i was here at 7:30 a.m., and by the time i got back, they were gone. reporter: more than two dozen flags were stolen off of his fence and this is not the first time it has happened. >> august 18 i had about 15 taken as well. reporter: the former army soldier and afghanistan vet, he placed the flags to hono hometown friend. >> a great kid. loved his family, loved his parents, loved his sister. reporter: he was killed in afghanistan two years ago. >> there's only a couple dozen of us in town who had served recently. reporter: it's not like this is a secluded place. look how open this is. that did not stop someone from
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american flags. >> they were in his honor. >> the flag still stands for freedom. they came here of their own free will to get the flag and that's not all right. >> he is here to make it right like they were trained to do as infantry soldiers. >> something happens, you deal with it, you push on. >> in northborough, nicole only on five tonight, the first drone delivery for ups. the local company behind the technology and how it may soon be put to use. mike: the feel of all this weekend, but first, a chance of showers tonight. wenzhou expects some rain. -- when to expect some rain. josh: the red sox looking to win their ninth straight game.
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ed: a group that claims to be the world largest satanic organization has opened a center. heather: david bieneck reaction from the neighbors. david? david: other than people dressed all in black, there is no indication this is anything to do with satanism. and at least some people feel, given salem's history with witches, this fits right in. members of the satanic temple hung out on their front porch with a camera crew from an online channel but said they were not available to talk to us. the group says its new headquarters will open to the public as the salem art gallery featuring exhibits, lectures and , film screenings.
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to you question marks says but they seem like normal people. david mike lester who lives : nearby stopped to chat with his new neighbors and said he plans to be back. >> i am going to see what they look like, yes. david: are you intrigued? >> yes, i'm very interested to see what it's about. david according to the satanic : temple's website, the group is all about religious pluralism. its mission statement, to encourage benevolence and empathy among all people reject tyrannical authority, advocate practical common sense, and promote justice. two years ago, the satanic temple sparked protests in oklahoma city when it held a black mass. later, the group tried to have a seven half foot bronze, goat-headed statue placed next to a 10 commandments monument outside the oklahoma state capitol. the group says it's now brought the statue to salem. >> i don't agree with that at all. so, that could be a problem. that could cause a big problem.
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town that once tortured witches is home to these attending temple. so far the community has been friendly and supportive. wcvb newscenter 5. ed: are you ready for a little rain tonight? yes, please. heather: and then we will tell you how cold it will get by the end of the weekend. and a story you will only see on
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>> you are watching newscenter 5 at 6:00. ed: heartbreaking video, maggie mcgowan has been charged with reckless endangerment of a child. this video shows mcgowen inside a lawrence dollar store, passed out in an aisle with her frantic daughter crying for help. police say they found drug paraphernalia inside mcgowan's diaper bag. mcgowan's daughter is in state custody. two milford firefighters are recovering tonight after being trapped in a burning home. they were fighting a fire in the attic at a house on hillside drive this morning when a ceiling collapsed. a mayday was called, but everyone was able to make it out. one firefighter was taken to the hospital, but he is expected to be ok. the cause of the fire is under investigation. heather: only on 5: a major step for delivery by drone. this morning, ups announced it completed the first commercial delivery test.
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new at 6:00: newscenter 5's mike wankum was the only local tv journalist invited along for the big event. mike: a drone appears on the horizon. a site becoming more and more common. but this flight is special. >> i was so excited about today. in part because for the first , time we can share what we've been doing. mike: helen greiner is ceo of danvers's based cyphy works. this is the first test flight the culmination of 8-years of work. >> this is the first drone delivery made by a major delivery company, in partnership with cyphy works, in the united states. mike ups officials from across : the country were on hand to see this private demonstration. john dodero is a ups vice president. >> it's demonstrating that we can get a package in very hard to reach areas. in the case of disaster recovery areas, we can get that package
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five- marblehead to children's island. not a tremendous amount of time but imagine you had a medical , emergency. and you needed to get a package here quickly. could a drone be the fastest way to make a delivery? >> the scenario is a girl is here camping on children's island. the girl forgot here asthma medication. she called ups and the most efficient way to get the medication here was by drone. mike what makes it unique is : that it is 100% automated. it began three miles away in beverly. button. >> it did an automatic launch. automatic flight. following a gps way-point over to this island. it did an automatic landing operation. mike: so precise with the drone's course that it landed a , few feet from us and on command dropped it's package -- its package. safely delivering an inhaler for this test example. ups was impressed with their new strategic partner. >> i would think this technology is going to evolve very quickly.
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we'll be ready when it's ready. mike: i could see it being used something like that. when the roads are impassable, here is an option. heather: and medical -- ed: and medical aid is quite practical, maybe even in an emergency situation. mike: it can hold about five pounds. heather: is a brave new world. ed: and we are at the center of it. he is not only on the cutting ed o weather. he will even park your car. heather: he has not parked my no. do you shovel snow? mike: if you look up to the north, vermont, new york state, look at that sliver of rain. that is starting to blossom up the last couple of hours. and right through there, that will slide its way in through this evening. we will see rain tonight.
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football, you are fine. then this line will defend southward and eventually exit the south shore. your day will start on the gray side today. it then as the afternoon moves in, here comes the sunshine. lots of sunshine to talk about it tomorrow's forecast. we have the high temperature -- the month is running above average. when i start to see the temperatures over again, remember we will get closer to where we are supposed to be. the wind is out of the east-northeast. as far as temperatures right now, still seeing a lot of 60's and 70's. most cases did manage to get up close to 80 degrees today. cloudy skies. lows at 50, 56 degrees.
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we get sunshine in the afternoon. look at how much warmer it gets. it is warmer right now that it will be at any point tomorrow. this will be with us for a while. as it settles and sunday night into monday morning, there could be scattered frost -- mainly out to the berkshires. then a chance of showers. here is the way tomorrow looks. 68 degrees, much cooler, plenty of sin degrees for a low temperature. we will see some spots dropping in to be 30's. monday morning will be even cooler. i'm not concerned about frost. typically in boston we get our first freeze november 7. we have a chance of showers
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we get rain -- whether it is tonight or tuesday, it is going to be welcome. that threat of rain will linger into wednesday and start to clear away as we talk about the end of the week. the end of the week, sunshine activity forecast. to give you a hint of what is to come, highs in the 60's. a little taste of all. don't worry, it warms back up again. >> now here is josh brogadir with sportscenter 5, powered by xfinity. josh: good evening from gillette stadium, where attention has turned quickly from the success of the third string quarterback to the help of the -- health of the third string quarterback.
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thumb. other conflicting reports as to how serious the injury is, espn says it is a sprain and he will be fine. trainers were looking at his hand on the sidelines. this followed a tackle by former patriots nose tackle vince wilfork. receiver danny amendola said he had not heard that jacoby brissett was hurt. the team isea which quarterback is in there. >> there is a diversity everywhere. whether it is the game come of week, the season, where -- whatever it is. there are bumps in the road. injuries, missing guys, whatever it is. you deal with it. the guys play. that is the way, that is the name of the game. josh: nine days until the bills are at the stadium, 14 days between the joint injury for jimmy graham bolo to win the
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then the red sox are now five and a half games ahead of the blue jays in the al east. tom rinses going to be on the mound, but in the lineup, you have to expect hanley ramirez. he is one of those hitters -- looking for his area home run, trying to join david ortiz and mookie betts. the first time that the red sox will all be in the 30's's 100 r.b.i. club. chris archer is going to go for the rays. opening day of training camp for the boston bruins. their shiny new warrior ice arena. that is in brighton. and they are getting after it right away. several key players involved in the world cup of hockey not there today.
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for opportunity to strike for the black and gold. >> a new opportunity and the way that things have finished the last two years, we have gone back to focusing on the way should -- thing should be and the way that every game can be. josh: to the hardwood now -- the end of a storied career. kevin garnett will reportedly retire he was a core part of the celtics that led to the 2008 nba title in boston and the timberwolves agreed on a buyout friday, reportedly the $8 million salary will still be paid for next season. that will do it for sports. wcvb sportscenter 5. ed: guess what happens and then days? heather: tom brady is back. ed: tom brady is back.
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11:00. good evening, maria. maria: and not injured. two rattlesnakes. what may have started this
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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. doug 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 -
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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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heather: a lot of people heading out to high school football games. will they get wet? mike: i think it will be fine for the game. after the game, a few showers. don't break curfew. head on. heather: i hope you're right on the timeline. ed: how much was that drone? mike: 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?
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tonight here, breaking news. the chilling video now revealed, the deadly police shooting in charlotte. you can hear the wife's plea right on it. >> don't shoot him! he didn't do anything. >> it is the family's video. tonight, why authorities are refusing to release their own. also tonight, the narrow escape in new york city. those bombs, placed right on the sidewalk. they had no idea. and tonight, how authorities now believe the suspect got those bombs into the city. the school bus crash late today, flipping over. pictures coming in now. three days to the debate. who was seen walking into trump tower? and, hillary clinton. the reality star and billionaire who now says he will be in the front row for her. and, the first lady's passport hacked, and 500 million personal e-mail accounts.


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