tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC September 24, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EDT
>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- doug: breaking news. four people dead and a gunman on the loose. the shooting at a mall in washington state. the new details in overnight. mike: the rain, it's over. the clouds are starting to feel away. the fall chill on the way. shayna: and new cases of mosquito-borne virus in the bay state. the communities that are now >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning. it's saturday, september 24. i'm doug meehan. shayna: i'm shayna seymour in for antoinette this morning. and we are kicking off the fall this weekend, and it feels like fall. doug: it does. it just rolled right in just like that rain is rolling right out, mike wankum. mike: yeah, that was kind of a nice feature about last night.
of an inch. not a lot, but we need it. the showers have moved south. we're left with a few sprinkles over the cape and islands right now and a bit of cloud cover out there. you see to the north skies are clearing away. but much cooler air is starting to flow in and that's why you're going to feel a little more like fall today. last few days we've had temperatures in the 80's, upper 80's. now we're going to say hello to the 60's and 70's, which is where we're supposed to be this time of year. here's the map at 00 again, mostly sunny skies. we head through the day today, i do want to point out the fact that it is going to be clear overnight tonight and it's going to be chilly. there are, in fact, frost advisories for the western part of the state. we'll talk more about that as well as the sunshine and how long the cool air hangs around. all of that coming up in just a few moments. >> male ran into the women's macy with a long rifle. we're getting multiple calls. shayna: following breaking news from washington state.
people dead and a fifth person in critical condition this morning. doug: right now, police are searching for the gunman on the run this morning. the shooting breaking out at a mall north of seattle last night. this was the scene as first responders descended upon that mall. police say the victims, four women and a man, were shot in the makeup department of a macy's store. the mall was quickly evacuated and a command center was set up. a manhunt is underway this morning. police say he is the only suspect right now. they say he used what they're calling a long gun but didn't specify the caliber. witnesses describe a frantic scene. >> it was more like a shot and two seconds later another shot. so crazy. crazy. doug: police say a motive for that shooting is unclear at this hour. the f.b.i. has been called in to assist in that investigation. shayna: right now chelsea police searching for a suspect after two students are stabbed near
as newscenter 5's john atwater reports, they're in the hospital with serious injuries. john: a police presence at the chelsea high school football game just hours after two students were attacked about a block from the school. >> young kids are involved, and our youth is, like, involved in these type of things. but it's scary. john: police say the two students were rushed to the hospital with serious stab wounds after a fight erupted near these train tracks on everett avenue. students who stayed after school say took precautions. >> my principal came on the speaker saying we were on a lockdown. everyone stay put. >> they made an announcement. make sure you lock all the doors. john: police say the suspect ran off, but they think he knew the boys he attacked and they're not ruling out the possibility others were involved. parents say they often worry about their kids' safety. >> he always feel like he needs to be aware of his surroundings and what's going on, and safety's number one.
the violent crime, hoping police can quickly find those responsible. >> we don't know who these people are, but, you know, our prayers go out to them and their families. john: police are interviewing the victims trying to track down the suspect. the victims are suspected to survive. john atwater, wcvb, newscenter 5. shayna: right now, police are searching for the man who indecently assaulted a man in jamaica pond. the victim friend along jamaica pond when a man approached her. the suspect ran away after the assault. police are asking anyone with any information to give them a call. doug: a belmont man is accused of driving drunk when he hit a detail officer working in lexington. sean mckeown told police he was leaving work as a bar tender in downtown lexington when he felt his jeep hit something. that something was detail officer frank san severino.
broken ankle. he admitted he'd been drinking before he left work. sky 5 over the taunton municipal lighting plant where one person was hurt. that was an explosion on friday. a fire in a switch unit inside a large circuit breaker caused that blast. the extent of the victims' injuries is unclear this morning. shayna: time now for 5 on the opioid crisis. a big spike in overdoses in quincy. 19 just in the last week. three of them fatal. spike in the last several years. at a quincy treatment facility, phones are ringing off the fook of the nearly 200 beds at solutions group, only seven are left. >> this is disturbing to us. we try and link the people together as our common link between the individual, some common denominator. we haven't found that in this rash. shayna: police and recovery experts say there is no single cause for the increase, but one number has been growing thanks
significantly since the introduction of narcan. doug: two new cases of west nile virus have been diagnosed in massachusetts. that brings the state total to five cases this year. the most recent cases were confirmed on friday. a woman in norfolk county and a man from middle sex county both receiving medical treatment. several communities are considered what they are calling high risk for nile. no deaths have been reported this year. shaynaee killed in a crash. 19-year-old haley sanford was involved in a crash on 495 in raynham saturday night. she just transferred but made an immediate impact. >> she was not only an amazing cheerleader. she was an amazing human being. and she really was able to just -- her personality, she was
ready to step in and be a real force within the team. >> and the cheerleaders wore blue ribbons in their hair to honor sanford. well, all right. jacoby brissett, he had his first start, had his first win and now his first nfl injury. doug: he stayed in the game. they looked at his hand on the sideline. weei the injured his right thumb thursday night. while there are conflicting reports on how serious the injury is, espn says it's a sprain and he's going to be just fine. the injury following a running play where he was tackled by former patriot vince wilfork. he went 5 for 10 in passing after that injury. well, political showdown looming on the capitol. shayna: president obama vetoes a
the reason and why congressional republicans plan to push back. and new information on the massive yahoo data breach. the nation suspected of launching that attack. mike: well, it will feel more like fall. the temperature will drop. doug: we continue to follow breaking news out of washington state. police confirming four women have been shot and killed at a suburban mall. the shooter is still on the loose. we'll continue to follow
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this morning, yahoo is being sued for negligence. the company says the hack happened in 2014 but wasn't discovered until weeks ago. russian hackers are accused of breaching the democratic national convention earlier this year. we're learning about a hack of the first lady. the white house says that the hackers broke into the email of a staffer responsible for scheduling official trips. shayna: the royal family also the a hacker is reportedly trying to sell photos that were stolen from pippa middleton's i-cloud account. the stolen photos include pictures of middleton and her fiance as well as the niece and nephew. trying to sell the pictures for at least $65,000. caught on camera, the world's largest passenger plane rocking violently on its approach to the
the emirate airbus a-380 was visibly swaying over manchester, england. the pilot executing what's called a crab landing, coming in from the side to hit the runway safely. >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist mike wankum. doug: that's a big plane if you ever get to see it in person. it is enormous. good lord. mike: j b pond yourself. doug: it was very nice. mike: as you return from ireland, we thought we'd put green on the map. good morning to you, laddie. we have green showing up because we had rain last night. this is since midnight. areas to the north, you picked up showers before midnight. down to the south, we picked up a little bit more as we went through the night. not a lot of rain, not a
welcome. when you walk out this morning, you may notice the ground damp. showers over the last 12 hours, they were more impressive as they worked their way to the north and down to the south. we got report of lightning and thunder. we have a few scattered showers town toward the cape and the island. the big story is the front that caused the rain. tomorrow morning you'll notice t 9:00, we get rid of the clouds, stay with mostly sunny skies through the afternoon. overnight tonight, the skies clear away, and with those clear skies, temperature will drop. we need the rain. as you probably have noted, drought monitor has been expanded a little bit from last week. in boston, we're almost 10 inches dry for the year. we could get several years of rain. we'd be lucky if we got back to normal. sunrise this morning is 6:34. we're losing 2 minutes 50
beautiful. we'll get 56 degrees, a few clouds. we'll be breaking away just the time for sunrise. dew point back down there. it's very dry air on top of us right now. speaking of dry air and cool air, look up to the north. the current temperatures. you're seeing 40's. mountain washington much cooler at 27 degrees. this cold air is flowing its way southward. and although the sun will offset it a bit today, you'll really notice it later tonight and into tomorrow. so there are some freeze warnings and frost advisories west, the berkshires. the kind of frost-prone areas west of orange. this frost advisory goes all the way to tomorrow morning. so today, some morning clouds, afternoon sunshine. 66 to 70 degrees with a northerly breeze. tonight, clear, cool temperatures, 38 to 48 with a north wind at around 10 to 20 miles per hour. the cool iris in place. high pressure pressure settles in. as it settles in, there's a chance of frost.
closer to boston, is probably going to be on monday morning. here's the way it looks over the next seven days. and today, ah, sunshine and 68. but not the 82 we had yesterday. your sunday morning, a feel of fall out there. those morning lows are going to be on the chilly side. on average, about 42 degrees. you'll notice there are will be some areas cooler than that. as we look towards monday, ah, look at that. 38 degrees in the morning with some patchy frost. about 68 degrees. there is a new chance of some showers on tuesday as the c may give us a round of showers into tuesday. might linger into early wednesday and then clears on up. we'll finish with sunshine. we begin with sunshine and finish with sunshine, and perhaps a few much needed showers showing up on tuesday. one thing you'll notice this weekend, though, it will be on the cool side. shayna: thank you. time is 5:16. taking a look at some of the top stories happening right now. doug: heavy flooding destroys areas across southern minnesota
flooded. heavy equipment nearly submerged after a dam broke. state officials say floodwaters have surpassed levels reached back in 2010 and the le sueur river continues to rise. shayna: president obama has vetoed a law that would have allowed the families of september 11 victims to sue saudi arabia. that could set up an override battle in congress. the house and senate both passed the legislation on voice votes. the president says the bill would open t countries to start suing the u.s. over policies they don't like. doug: a judge has approved the settlement with curt schilling and the state of rhode island. schilling and three other officials agreed to the $2.5 million settlement to be paid by the company's insurance. a $75 million deal brought the gaming company to the state. rhode island has recovered $45 million. >> now here's josh brogadir with
xfinity. >> in search of win number nine, the name drew -- this may have been the lefty's chance to pitch for a spot. david ortiz decided to hide the baseball on the catwalk. his 37th of the year. 2-0 sox. rays can hit homers, too. he serves one surrendered. tinker to evers to chance. make that bogart to ramirez in the fourth. nice defense. looking to add a few runs, ortiz to center for what looks like extra bases as he rumbles around and into second base. take a close look, because his knee pops off the bag for a split second. that instant replay, and he's out. ziegler the safe after farrell goes bold.
magic number to clinch the east at four. our friday night light game of the week, two pedigree programs. jack mcgowan, 21 yards, 6-0 at the half. in the second half, the knights blow it wide open. senior to senior puts catholic memorial up 27-0. they shut out the boxers both teams 2-1 on the season. rick porcello looking for win 22. i'm josh brogadir. have a great day. doug: up in new hampshire, they're getting ready to auction off what's left of the former rockingham park racetrack, new england's first racing track opened 110 years ago. last month, the park was closed and there are about 1800 items spanning a century's worth of horse racing. it's all going to go up for sale starting today. the doors were open yesterday for people to see what's available.
national museum for african american history and culture. shayna: the first look inside, and some perspective from a longtime civil rights leader. doug: also, only on 5 -- the first drone delivery for u.p.s. done right here in massachusetts. the local company behind the technology and how it may soon be put to use. shayna: and we are following breaking news in washington state where a manhunt is on for the gunman who opened fire shopping mall. four women are dead.
mike: good morning. a little cooler than it's been lately. temperatures pretty much into the 50's in most spots and a little bit of break in the cloud cover out there. but still a lot of clouds left over from last night because of the showers. the showers are widening down. sunshine is going to be moving in this afternoon. you would think with the sunshine we'd get did yesterday, up into the lower 80's. nope. today it's the upper 60's, maybe the lower 60's. some places the temperature just is not going to budge much through the afternoon. how does it look the next seven days? lots of sunshine but not a lot of warmth. 68, 64, 68. possibly monday morning, a little patchy frost close to the city but not into the city. in fact, if you're worried about frost or freezing temperatures are for boston, we don't typically get freezing temperatures until november 7.
date for it. after that, a few scattered showers back in the forecast on tuesday and into wednesday. we could certainly use the rain. doug: a celebration in the nation's capital. this weekend marks the grand opening of the smithsonian's national museum of african american history and culture. shayna: we're getting a sneak peek of the inside with reverend jesse jackson. the civil rights pioneer went through the museum for the first time. he got a firsthand look at exhibits paying tribute athletes. jackson says the exhibits represent the continuing struggle for justice and equality. >> we must go even further to achieve. we're free but not equal. amazing that we're not bitter. this is an opportunity. shayna: jackson says that opportunity is a blessing. the museum's grand opening is today. well, a new poll on the race for the white house.
of the major factors driving the race. also, replacing american flags that have been stolen more than once. one man's ongoing mission to honor a fallen friend. and we continue to follow breaking news. a gunman opened fire at a mall in washington state. four women are dead and the shooter is on the loose. shayna: 5:25. we're looking at live pictures of boston. no sun peeping through just yet. stay with us. >> this is an editorial by wcvb's president and general manager. >> mark it on your calendar. monday night is the must-see event of this wild presidential campaign, the first debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. saying there is a lot at stake in this first of three 90-minute face-offs is an understatement. for clinton, it's a crucial opportunity to confront a sobering statistic. polls consistently find that more than 60% of americans
for trump, whose numbers also skew decidedly negative on that score, it's a chance to show the steady demeanor and command of the issues americans ordinarily want in a commander-in chief. we'd like to think both will be pressed to outline specific policies to directly address the very serious challenges facing our country at home and abroad. but the track record for details and accessibility in this campaign is spotty at best. playing a crucial role i are the three moderators. one, chris wallace of fox news, has already signalled that he does not feel compelled to correct the record if a candidate's response is not truthful. that's unfortunate. it should not be seen as inappropriate or overly partisan to do what journalists are supposed to do, get the best obtainable version of the truth. voters have a right to expect the candidates to be truthful from the outset and for the
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doug: the evidence missing from a police evidence room. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. it's saturday morning. i'm doug meehan. look, it's shayna seymour. shayna: hey, everyone. doug: good to be here. it's his show. that's right. did you notice the rain? doug: sure did. mike: it wasn't a lot. shayna: we need it. mike: every drop we can get. we got a little bit. you can see what's happened. a few scattered showers. it's winding down. a few sprinkles left. over the islands, not much over the cape. might get a sprinkle in the next hour or two. here's the big story. much cooler air is flowing in behind that front. today is going to feel fantastic out there unless, of course, you like the 80's the last few days.
here's the way the map looks at 9:00 this morning and by the time we get to this afternoon, we are looking at mostly sunny skies across the area. it's going to be a slow ramp up in temperatures. we've been seeing the temperature climbing. sunrise at 6:34. we get into the mid to upper 60's this afternoon. sunset coming in at 6:37. it's setting earlier and earlier as we talk about it. planning your day out, looks like this. a few clouds this morning. we'll see cool sunshine this afternoon and finish i'll show you where we may have to worry about frost in the forecast. that coming up in just a few minutes. shayna: mike, thank you. we are following breaking news out of washington state this morning. a shooting there has left four people dead. doug: and a fifth person is listed in critical condition. the gunman on the run this morning. that shooting happened last night at a mall north of seattle. police say the victims were shot in the makeup department of the macy's store there. the shooter's motive still unclear.
investigation. shayna: to charlotte where protests continue after the shooting of a black man by police. hundreds are on the march there last night. the protests came just hours after the release of chilling video of the deadly shooting that started it all. newscenter 5's mary saladna shows us the controversial images. >> he had no weapon. don't shoot him. reporter: keith scott's wife begging charlotte police not to shoot her husband. >> >> drop the gun. reporter: officers with guns drawn move in on scott's truck. >> he doesn't have a gun. he's not going to do anything to you guys. reporter: she pleads with her husband to get out of the truck. >> keith, don't let them break the window. come on out the car. >> drop the gun. >> keith, don't do it. >> drop the gun.
don't you do it. keith. keith. keith. don't you do it. [gunshots] >> did you shoot it? reporter: scott documents it all on her cell phone. her husband, now motionless on the ground. >> these are the police officers that shot my husband and he better live. reporter: just minutes earlier, keith scott was sitting in a parking lot waiting for his son's school bus when officers in the neighborhood arrived to serve a search warrant on someone else. family have called on the police to release body cam and dashcam video of the shooting. >> if i were to put it out indiscriminantly, it can inflame the situation. reporter: the police department says scott was armed and this image taken after the shooting shows the gun they recovered. hillary clinton has canceled a trip at the mayor's request. clinton has called for police to
doug: mary, thank you. police in stoughton looking for the alleged gunman who shot a teenager inside a cvs pharmacy. that suspect considered armed and dangerous. an arrest warrant has been issued for this man. 23-year-old marcus pierre-louis is the man responsible. an 18-year-old man was shot in the shoulder. since then, a 15- and 16-year-old were arrested in connection with that shooting. >> we know a couple of the teens people are talking about it, and we know -- we know the kid that got shot and, like, we're really sad about that. doug: no one else was injured inside the store. police say the motive is unclear right now but do say this was not a random act. shayna: 5 investigates with new exclusive information on a story they broke. were red flags missed involving the officer in charge of the braintree police evidence room
here's 5 investigates' kathy curran. reporter: she joined the police department in 1995. she worked patrol until becoming the evidence officer in 2013. a recent audit of the department focused on the years that she was in charge of the evidence room and found missing cash, guns, and drugs. that tainted and missing evidence has already led to criminal charges being dropped against dozens of alleged drug deal >> obviously, someone compromised that evidence. she was in charge of the evidence locker at that time. reporter: retired state police major bruce gordon performed the audit. she took her own life within a week of meeting with him. the events that have unfolded here have led many to question if there were any warning signs missed. sources tell us members of the department had suggested that there were problems with the evidence, that zapati was
according to documents obtained by 5 investigates, her department record was clean. in a contentious 1998 divorce, her now ex-husband accused her of taking drugs and drinking alcohol, a claim she said was fabricated and distorted. in 2012, zapati was questioned about smoking on the job, which is against department policy and state law, but no action was taken. from the start, mayor joe sullivan w apparent lack of oversight at braintree p.d. >> we have some real concerns about what's happened here. reporter: the chief has announced his retirement effective in two weeks. the attorney general is investigating, and sources tell us more changes within the department may be on the way. kathy curran, 5 investigates. shayna: a local plastic surgeon has resigned his license after
70-year-old dr. sheldon sevinor was arrested. police say they witnessed sevinor buying the drugs. they found five packets of crack with him. doug: to commitment 2016. more than half of the country fears a donald trump presidency. the associated trump presidency. the poll also found that only about 1/3 of americans believe that trump is at least somewhat qualified to serve as president. meanwhile, as the candidates are preparing for monday's debate, they're also preparing for a meeting with israel's prime minister. both clinton and trump are going to meet with prime minister benjamin netanyahu tomorrow. netanyahu is in the u.s. after addressing the u.n. general assembly earlier this week. presidential candidates often
have this current cycle. details of tomorrow's meeting have not been released. texas senator and former presidential hopeful ted cruz says he's going to voted for trump. he refused to endorse trum two months ago but posted he decided to vote for trump because hillary clinton is holy unacceptable. live from hofstra university in hampstead, new york. coverage of the debate begins at 9:00 p.m. on channel five and the wcvb mobile app. shayna: boston taxi drivers are continuing their fight against uber and lyft. they're challenging a new state law regulating ride sharing services. "the globe" reports the boston taxi owner's association filed a lawsuit in u.s. district court.
remain subject to tougher resignation. the suit names charlie baker but not uber or lyft. a major drug ring busted. doug: the role the local police department played. shayna: the first drone delivery for u.p.s. done right here in massachusetts. the local company behind the technology and how it may soon be put to use. mike: fall is finally here. the morning chill and why you may want to hold following breaking news out of washington statement four people are dead after a shooting at a shopping mall. the shooter still on the loose. we will have updates all morning
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responsible for the content of this advertising. shayna: only on 5, a major step for delivery by drone. friday, u.p.s. announced they completed the first commercial delivery test at the center of it all, technology from a local company. 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 sight becoming more and more
in part, because we can for the first time share what we've been doing. mike: helen is ceo of sci-fi works, the first test flight delivering a package for u.p.s. the culmination of eight years of work. >> this is the first drone delivery done by a major delivery company in partnership with sci-fi works in the united states. mike: u.p.s. officials from across the country were >> it's demonstrating that we can deliver a package in very hard-to-reach areas in case of like disaster recovery, that we can get there and get that package delivered. mike: by boat, it's about a 25-minute ride from 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 drones be the fastest way to make a delivery? >> the scenario, a girl camping here on children's island forget
efficient way to get the medication here was by drone. mike: what makes it unique is that this is 100% automated. it began in beverly. >> it did an automatic launch, automatic flight following a gps waypoint. mike: so precise was the drone's course, it landed a few feet from us and on an inhaler. u.p.s. was impressed. >> i would think this technology will evolve very quickly. this technology will continue to be tested and monitored, and we'll be ready when it's ready. mike: you're not going to get a pizza delivered by drone, but if there was an earthquake or hurricane or something like that where the roads are closed and you need to get something, i think you'll see more and more of this going on. the thing about it is,
development going on with robotics. it's amazing stuff. doug: it really is. mike: you want to go to the weather? doug: let's do it. shayna: it was chilly. mike: wait until tomorrow morning. you're going to love this. shayna: i had a coat on. mike: we've got a little shower activity that happened overnight. wasn't too much. there was a little bit. you may notice the ground a little damp in a few spots and the lawns are breathing a little better. also, we have cooler temperatures coming into the forecast. as far as the rain's concerned, pretty much all gone, out of here. you can see a few the islands. that will be gone very shortly. we'll be dealing with clear skies. now, you've gotten used to these temperatures. remember, we've had temperatures well into the 70's, the low 80's. last week we were into the 90's. now get ready to high temperatures closer to one day. this is not going to be one day. it's going to hang around for a while. 60's and 70's in the forecast. still dark, a ways away from sunrise. 56 degrees right now. dew point way down. the air is dry and it's going to
we have a lot of 50's showing up. no real big area of 40's or 30's. we will be having that in the forecast by tomorrow morning and certainly on monday morning. monday morning can be the coldest of the cold. you'll see the temperatures, as i mentioned, pretty much into the upper 50's. i mentioned the cold. it's coming in from the north. there are freeze warnings way up to the north. there are frost advisories for the western part of the state. this is for later tonight through early tomorrow morning. we'll be seeing more of these issues as we talk about sunday niin closer. how warm will it get today? not very. you know, just upper 60's, a few spots may get close to that 70-degree mark. even chillier tomorrow. those morning lows on monday morning, even in the city, about 41 degrees in worcester. i think in the suburbs, we're going to be seeing some spots in the upper 30's. high temperatures along the south shore, new bedford may head 70.
for the cape, plenty of sunshine. high temperatures into the mid 60's. cooler air is settling in as high pressure is with us. our really next rainmaker doesn't show up until tuesday's forecast. we've got that scattered frost that's going to be out there with clear skies going on. quick check on the tropics. a couple of systems. lisa which will do nothing. karl is very close to bermuda. the center is out here. there are actually hurricane watches up for the island of bermuda. it looks like it's going to remain as a tropical syst the next 48 hours as it heads to the north atlantic and falls apart. interest in bermuda is some gusty wind right down there right now and some rain going on, but looks like most of the force of that storm will be heading offshore. as far as lisa's concerned, just going to fall apart after the next 48 hours. as we look inshore today, we're dealing with sunshine and about 68 degrees. even cooler tomorrow, about 64 degrees. real feel of fall out there. love this time of year. monday, 68 degrees, patchy frost
a chance of some showers in here on tuesday and wednesday. boy, i wish we could see this every other day, the chance of showers. it looks like a good rain chance on tuesday. may linger into wednesday before it clears away and we finish off the week with more sunshine and temperatures in the 70's. say goodbye to the 80's. it looks like we're stuck in the 70's for this forecast. shayna: we went from the 80's yesterday to the 60's today. that's -- it's coming. time now is 5:48. a look at some of the stories happeninri doug: a funeral has been set for the oklahoma man shot and killed by a police officer. funeral services for terence crutcher will be held this afternoon. a private wake is planned. he was killed last week by a tulsa officer. that officer, betty shelby, she faces a manslaughter charge in the killing of crutcher, who was unarmed at the time of that shooting. >> 14 students and a driver are in a texas hospital after their school bus flipped over and landed in a ditch friday
houston. police say the driver apparently swerved to avoid a stalled vehicle in the road and lost control. none of the injuries thought to be serious. doug: the biggest heroin bust in new york city's hisry has broken up a drug ring that stretched from mexico to massachusetts the heroin had deadly additives including fentanyl and roach killer. heroin was confiscated worth $13 million on the police. leominster police department helped break up that heroin ring. shayna: an army veteran is northborough is speaking out. for the second time in two months, someone has trespassed on his property stealing american flags off his fence. wcvb's nichole berlie shows us
>> this is the remainder of the flags i have. reporter: he's gathering up these many flags in his garage to place out here. >> i was here at 7:30, and by the time i got back at 8:30 in the morning, they were gone. reporter: thursday morning, david says more than two dozen flags were stolen off his fence. and this isn't the first time it's happened. >> on august 18th, i had about 15 taken as well. reporter: flags the former army soldier and hometown friend, brian arsenault. >> he loved his family. reporter: arsenault was killed in afghanistan two years ago. >> it was only a couple of dozen of us in town that have served, you know, recently. so it's like a small community within a community. reporter: it's not like this is a secluded space. look how open this is. but that didn't stop someone
daylight on a morning and take down more than 30 american flags. >> it was in his honor. the flag still stands for freedom. they came here on their own free will, you know, to get the -- to take the flag. and that's not all right. reporter: he's out here to make it right. just like he and arsenault were trained to do. >> sp something happens you deal with it. you move on to the mission. it's going to take morth reporter: in northborough, nichole berlie, wcvb, newscenter 5. doug: the red sox pull out their ninth win in a row as the postseason approaches. david ortiz hits his 37th home run of the near. 20-in the first inning. that home run marked number 540 in his career.
sox take on the rays tonight. first pitch at 6:10. shayna: don't go, papi. doug: they're chiselling away at the monument as we speak. a wayward manatee's new england visit has come to an end. shayna: where it's resting now and when it will get sent back to florida. doug: a live look at the zakim bridge for you this morning,
brings up the point, feeling like fall. what about fall foliage? it doesn't happen until late september. even though you're seeing trees changing color, it's more of the stress from the drought more than anything else. you are going to see more and more of that. i think the colors may be muted. we have a few more weeks to go. as far as this week is concerned, look for some showers. much needed rain on tuesday and wednesday. should be clearing off at we head toward the end of the week. doug: there's always filters, mike, if you're taking photographs. you can make them look brighter than they are. some good news this morning about the manatee rescued on the cape this week. shayna: he is doing just great at the mystic aquarium in connecticut. the manatee is warming up and eating well. the manatee was rescued thursday after over a month of swimming in cape waters. animal welfare groups were concerned about the manatee's health as the water on the cape continued to cool. the manatee is expected to be flown to florida for longer
well, another injury for the patriots. doug: yes, all about the thumb. the latest on jacoby brissett's thumb after his first nfl win. also, 5 on the opioid crisis. a spike in overdose cases in quincy. the major concern in that city and the need for help rises. shayna: and we are continuing to follow breaking news in washington state. four people killed at a shopping mall, and the killer is still on the run. stay with the eye for >> monday on the eye, scoring free upgrades at the airport. >> three steps you can take to get bumped up to first class.
>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- doug: breaking news. four people dead and a gunman on the loose. the shooting at a mall in washington state. the new details in overnight. mike: the rain, it's over. the clouds are starting to feel the fall chill on the way. shayna: and new cases of mosquito-borne virus in the bay state. the communities that are now considered to be at high risk. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning. it's saturday, september 24. i'm doug meehan. shayna: i'm shayna seymour in for antoinette this morning. and walking in, it was chilly. it felt like fall.