tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC September 24, 2016 6:00am-7:00am 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 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.
mike: big furry coat on. shayna: that's a few more months. mike: how about a few more days? monday morning will be chilly out there. here's what's happening right now. you'll notice we had that rain that came through overnight last night. you're saying where did all the water show up on the ground? it wasn't much but we got a little. most of it is winding down. a few sprinkles over the island. much cooler air is flowing in behind those showers. you'll see what happens today. we have basically sunshine by 9:00. then we stay sunn going to get even colder. monday morning may actually be the coldest of the cold. yesterday it was 83 degrees. today we're looking at high temperatures upper 60's, maybe one or two of us may get to 70 despite the fact that we have all this sunshine coming in. it's really closer to normal where we're supposed to be this time of year. today about 68 degrees. much cooler than it's been. tomorrow about 64. chilly start, but we will finish the day with plenty of sunshine.
next chance of rain coming up. shayna: we're following breaking news from washington state. a shooting there has left four people dead and a fifth person in critical condition this morning. doug: right now, police are searching for the gunman on the run. 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. that 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, as you just heard, what they're calling a long begun but did not specify the caliber. witnesses describe a frantic scene. >> it was more like a shot and two seconds later another shot. you know, so crazy.
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 the high school. 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 thesty 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 concerned administrators 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
about their kids' safety. >> i always feel like that he needs to be aware of his surroundings and what's going on. and safety's number one. john: students are rattled by 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: we know police are interviewing the victims as they try to track down the suspects. john atwater, wcvb, newscenter 5. shayna: right now, police are searching for the man who indecently assaulted a man in jamaica plain. police say the victim was walking with a 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 facing charges, accused of driving drunk when he hit a detail officer working in lexington.
his jeep hit something. that something was detail officer frank san severino. he was rushed to the hospital and needed surgery on his severely broken ankle. the driver admitted to police he'd been drinking before he left work. he's been ordered not to drink and he can't drive at all as long as this case moves forward. sky 5 over the taunton municipal lighting plant where one person was hurt in an explosion on friday. a fire in a switch unit inside a large circuit breaker caused that blast. the extent of the victims' shayna: 5 on the opioid crisis. a big spike in overdoses in quincy. 19 just in the last week. three of them fatal. police say this is the largest spike in the last several years. at a quincy treatment facility, phones are ringing off the hook. 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.
shayna: police and recovery experts say there is no single cause for the increase, but one number has been growing thanks to an overdose drug. -- going down to an antioverdose drug. police say fatalities are down significantly since the introduction of narcan. doug: the 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 middlesex county both considered what they are calling high risk for nile. no deaths have been reported this year. shayna: cheerleaders at betty shelby honoring a member of their squad killed in a crash. 19-year-old haley sanford was involved in a crash on 495 in raynham wednesday night. she had just transferred
>> she was not only an amazing cheerleader. she really was able to -- just her personality, it was as if she was always here. i mean, so she was really just ready to step in and be a real force within the team. shayna: her squad, the cheerleaders wore blue ribbons in their hair to honor sanford. well, jacoby brissett had his first start, his first win, doug: thumbs up. he stayed in the game for the patriots. they looked at his hand on the sideline. weei the first to report he 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 followed a running play where he was tackled by
brissett was 5 for 10 for passing after that. shayna: what's going on with these quarterbacks? doug: think about how long tom brady has been in without needing to go out. shayna: you should knock on everything. doug: if you have it, i'll knock. shayna: president obama vetoes a bill that could help the families of 9/11 victims. 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 feels a whole more like fall this weekend. the temperature will drop. doug: we continue to follow breaking news out of washington state this morning. 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 breaking developments on this story all morning long on air,
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doug: welcome back. it's 6:12. the u.s. government expects russian hackers are behind the yahoo breach that left email accounts exposed. this morning, yahoo is being sued for negligence. the company says the hack happened in 2014 but wasn't discovered until weeks ago. russian hack breaching the democratic national committee earlier this year. we're learning about a hack of targeting the first lady. a group called dc leaks posted this image of michelle obama's passport online. 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 victims of a suspected hack. a hacker is reportedly trying to sell photos that were stolen from pippa middleton's icloud
pictures of middleton and her fiance along with pictures of niece and nevada view, the duchess of cambridge, kate middleton, and prince william's children george and charlotte. they're 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 u.k. airport. the emirate airbus a-380 was visibly swaying over manchester, england. for the frightening moments. 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. shayna: scary. doug: yeah. more common than not. mike: this was the runway. they come in this way. last minute, they kick the rudder, land, everybody gets their drinks.
how big was your plane you flew over? doug: that was a 330 or something. mike: doug's just coming back from ireland. everything's backwards. left is right, right is old. doug: moss everywhere. it was lovely. extremely envious. mike: was it green? doug: it was very green. not like around here. mike: yeah, i know what you mean. here's how it looks right now. we'll have a decent sunrise in about 20 minutes. a nice m right through those clouds. it should be pretty. interesting cloud formation as well. there's no green on this map. look how much red we're talking about. this is on the scale. we're up into the extreme category. look how much has been added to this area. we need about 10 inches of rain. when you think about it, in a given year, at this point, we only have 30 inches of rain. we only have 2/3 of where we're supposed to be at. we did get a little rain. a little green on the map. it wasn't much. this is since midnight.
after midnight, you got it down to the south. .1, .2, up to .25 rain in an isolated spot to pick up that. not much rain. not much more today. all we're left with really now are just a few sprinkles down along the south coastal areas, down through the islands. the areas over the cape. we had a few sprinkles. it looks like they're moving out of here. then we enjoy sunshine coming in today. it's a mix out there at 56 degrees. but the air is very dry. the breeze is out of the it's just going to blow the clouds out of the forecast. and we have plenty of sunshine to talk about today. look to the north of us right now. see how the temperatures are in the 40's? mountain washington, you can leave that out of the equation. with clear skies coming in tonight, those temperatures are going to work their way down into our area. today it's the morning clouds, afternoon sunshine, 66 to 70. tonight, clear skies and cool. 38 to 48 degrees. cool enough, in fact, that we
and some frost advisories in a number of locations, especially as we look out to the berkshires, west of orange. really it's the frost-prone areas, valleys where cool air may be settling in. frost advisory goes into effect tonight. goes to tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. if there's tender vegetation, you may want to cover it. keep that in mind. although it's just the berkshires, as we talk about tomorrow night and especially monday morning, you may be getting some frost closer to thi closer. high pressure is in control. cooler weather flowing in over the top of us. and we get to enjoy just some spectacular sunshine. cool but nice sunshine. there's a rainmaker to the west. it will show up on tuesday. tuesday, there may be much more needed rain back into the forecast. speaking of the forecast, here's the way it looks over the next seven days. nothing but sunshine but cool sunshine. temperatures in the upper 60's. by the way, i'm mentioning
not for the city. typically in boston, the first freezing temperature happens on november 7. so we've still got a long way to go. western part of the state, it happens usually the first part of october. we may see that happening earlier than it should be. tuesday, as i mentioned, there's also a chance of seeing scattered showers coming in. here you see that cold front coming at us. gives us a chance of rain on tuesday. may linger into wednesday before it clears away. and right now the end of the week is looking sunny and temperatures in the 70's. there's a lot of conflict with our computer i have less confidence in the forecast next thursday and friday. right now, it's going to be relatively mild with some sunshine. before we get there, we have a beautiful weekend with lots of sunshine. you may need to find that jacket. shayna: i can't believe we're talking about frost. doug: i learned something about the different type of frost in ireland. i'll tell you. i'll tweet it out. shayna: time now is 6:17.
doug: heavy flooding destroys areas across southern minnesota this weekend. eight businesses, dozens of homes and a rock quarry were 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 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 38 studio officials agreeing to the $2.5 million settlement to be paid by the company's insurance. a $75 million deal brought the failed gaming company to the state. rhode island has recovered $45 million. up in new hampshire, they're
rockingham park racetrack. it was 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 horseracing. it will go up to sale today. >> 5 for good a. dorchester group helping people cope with the trauma of to violence. doug: the eye's erika tarantal shows us more. reporter: at this table, no one's related, but they're family. a bond born from tragedy. >> you're heartbroken. you're devastated. reporter: she lost her son mason october of last year. a senior in high school, he was killed, police say, at the hands of another teen. >> murder is such a dirty word.
murdered, they aut assume -- automatically assume you're not living a certain kind of way. reporter: struggling with her sadness and that stigma, she walked through these doors. >> i came in here, and they -- >> when a homicide happens, it's the worst thing that could ever possibly happen. then on top of it, society's response can add more trauma. reporter: it was that exact experience that prompted the family of louis brown to start the peace institute. in , shootout. the questions came was he in a gang involved with drugs. no. the bright 15-year-old had been on his way to a teens against gang violence meeting. >> the resources changed and shifted. and everything was really laid out for his family to be able to bury him with dignity, respect and compassion. reporter: now that's what the peace institute strives for for all families. >> it's okay to cry here. it's okay to talk. it's okay to not talk.
helping la shaya work through her problems. step-by-step guides, including this one, now used at major boston hospitals. >> our burial guide is a walk through from moments before the homicide, unfortunately, right through the immediate aftermath. reporter: and through the many years of grief, the peace institute is committed to families, a comfort, who says she wishes she brought here before. >> if you have a teenager who's giving you a little bit of trouble, who's not giving you a little bit of trouble, let them look at all the buttons of the children who have passed. don't wait until you need the place. reporter: the peace institute runs a fund for families who can't afford to bury their families. erika tarantal, wcvb, newscenter 5. doug: thank you. 6:21 is your time. it's opening weekend at the
american history and culture. shayna: the first look inside and perspective from a longtime civil rights leader. doug: how drone technology may be put to use. shayna: we are following breaking news in washington state where a manhunt is on for the gunman who opened fire at a shopping mall. four women are dead, others are every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, e, charter schools will take more than 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools.
mike: stepping out this morning, temperatures in the 50's and cloud cover starting to break up. fall foliage, you have to go way to the north. we have the feel of fall. we've had scattered showers. there's the clear skies, just seeing that line coming through the mass pike. it will continue to sag southward and you get to enjoy lots of sunshine today, but it's the cold. then we start to rebound with the chance of showers and temperatures back into the 70's. 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 to african american leaders and athletes. jackson says the exhibits
struggle for justice and equality. >> we must go even further to achieve. we're free but not equal. amazing that we're not bitter. we must see this as 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. doug: new numbers just released on one we also have breaking news. the gunman opening fire at a mall in washington state. the shooter is on the loose. we're tracking updates all morning long on the eye and on our mobile app. shayna: look at that beach in nahant. stay with us.
a manhunt is underway in washington state for a gunman who opened fire in a shopping mall. the victims and new information on the shooter. shayna: the search for a suspect wanted for shooting a teenager at a cvs store in staunton. -- stoughton. doug: the red flags potentially missed from the case of missing evidence from a police evidence room. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eo doug: yes, good saturday morning to you. i'm doug meehan. it's double nickels on channel 5. shayna: double nickels? that's clever. i'm shayna seymour with the 55? man. mike: let's talk about what's going on. we've got some rain this morning. see rain on the car this morning? it wasn't much but at least it was something. here we're looking at a few sprinkles showing up as you look
it's going to be clearing away. we are talking about a day of glorious sunshine. yesterday was 82 degrees. today we'll be lucky if we get temperatures up to 70 degrees. much cooler air is flowing in. even a little lightning and thunder in the merrimac valley. 9:00, dealing with sunshine. and it stays that way all day. a few clouds pop up and there. the winds will be ushering in cool overnight tonight. a few spots get close to the 70-degree mark, but with a northerly breeze of 5 to 10 miles per hour, we'll pull that cool air on top of us. today, 68 degrees. tomorrow, 64 degrees. chilly sunshine to start your day tomorrow. it could be told. tomorrow night we'll talk about the threat of frost in a few
shayna: we're 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 at this hour. the f.b.i. assisting local authorities in the investigation. shayna: to charlotte where protests continue after the shooting of a black man by police. hundreds on the march there last night. the protests come just hours after the release of chill that started it all. newscenter 5's mary saladna shows us the controversial images. >> he has no weapon. don't shoot him. reporter: keith scott's wife begging charlotte police not to shoot her husband. >> don't shoot him. he didn't do anything. >> drop the gun. reporter: officers with guns drawn move in on scott's truck. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> drop the gun.
the window. come on out the car. >> drop the gun. >> keith, don't do it. >> drop the gun. >> keith, get out the car. keith, keith, don't you do it. don't you do it. >> drop the gun. >> keith, keith, keith. don't you do it. [gunshots] [bleep] >> did you shoot it? reporter: scott documents it all on her cell phone. her husband, n 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. for days, protestors and scott's family have called on the police to release bodycam and dashcam video of the shooting. >> if i were to put it out indiscriminantly and it doesn't
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, who planned to visit charlotte sunday, has now canceled that trip at the mayor's request. clinton has called for police to release their video. i'm mary saladna, wcvb, newscenter 5. 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. police saying that 23 responsible for thursday's shooting. 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 that were involved in the shooting, and so like a lot of 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.
were red flags missed involving the officer in charge of the braintree police evidence room where drugs, guns, and cash have gone missing? here's 5 investigates' kathy curran. reporter: susan zopatti joined the braintree police department back in 1995. she worked patrol until becoming the evidence officer in 2013. a recent audit of the department focused on the years zopatti 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 dealers. >> 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. zopatti took her own life within a week of meeting with him. the events that have unfolded
if there were any warning signs missed. sources tell us members of the department had suggested that there were problems with the evidence, that zopatti was disoriented at work and needed help. but 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. about smoking on the job, which is against department policy and state law, but no action was taken. from the start, mayor joe sullivan was troubled by the 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
department may be on the way. kathy curran, 5 investigates. shayna: a local plastic surgeon has resigned his license after being arrested on drug charges. 70-year-old dr. sheldon sevinor of nahant was busted last weekend, accused of buying crack cocaine in lynn. he held a license for more than 40 years. police say they witnessed sevinor buying the drugs. they found five packets of crack with him. he's facing drug possession ar a new poll shows more than half of the country fears a donald trump presidency. the associated press/gfk poll found that 66% of americans would be afraid if donald trump were elected. 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
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 meet with israeli leaders, though neither trump nor clinton have this current cycle. details of tomorrow's meeting have not been released. trump landed the support of a former bitter opponent. texas senator and former presidential hopeful ted cruz says he's going to vote cruz pointedly refused to endorse trump at the republican convention two months ago. when that debate goes down, newscenter 5 is going to be there. emily riemer will be reporting live from hofstra university in hampstead, new york. coverage of the debate begins at 9:00 p.m. on channel 5 and you can find it on the wcvb mobile
continuing their fight against ride hailing services like 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. the taxi industry claims they remain subject to tougher resignation. -- regulation. the suit names charlie baker but not uber or lyft. a major drug ring busted. doug: the role the local police department played. in shayna: only on 5 -- the first drone delivery done for u.p.s. right here in the bay state. 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 onto that jacket this weekend. doug: and we continue to follow breaking news out of washington state. four people are dead after a shooting at a shopping mall there.
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invited along for the big event. mike: a drone appears on the horizon. a sight becoming more and more common, but this flight is special. >> i was so excited about today. in part, because we can for the first time share what we've been doing. mike: helen is ceo of sci-fi works. this is the first test flight delivering a package for u.p.s., the culmination of eight years of work. >> this is t delivery company in partnership with sci-fi works in the united states. mike: u.p.s. officials from across the country were on hand to see this private demonstration. john is a u.p.s. vice president. >> 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
could drones be the fastest way to make a delivery? >> the scenario, a girl camping here on children's island forget her asthma medication, so she called u.p.s., and the most 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. an operator pushed a delivery button. >> it did an automatic launch, automatic flight following a gps waypoint. over to this island. it did an automatic landing operation. mike: so precise was the drone's course that it landed a few feet from us and on command dropped its package. >> way to go, guys. mike: safely delivering 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: what most people don't
at the center of robotics. i think as far as drone delivery of pizza, not going to happen anytime soon. you can see earthquake or hurricane, you need to get a package in, that's what's going to do it. shayna: the sky's the limit. mike: i see what you did there. speaking of our skies this morning, we've got a little bit of rain sitting out there. not much. a few scattered showers have worked their way offshore. we are just about done with it. doug: good. shayna: great. mike: right there, you see a little rai doug: look at it. yes. that beautiful sunrise. shayna: it's there. doug: nahant. thank you very much. donna is telling me in my ear exactly where we're at. it looks spectacular. sunrise this morning was about 10 minutes ago. you can see it just kind of ducking underneath the clouds. why would we want to talk about the rain? let's talk about the rain we had last night. scattered showers out there. look at the skies clearing away and the clear skies are moving in and just a few sprinkles
the next half hour or so. the sun angle is getting lower and lower and lower this time of year. today it's at 47 degrees. on the first day of summer, it was way up in the sky. the first day of winter, it's low to the horizon. halfway between the two, we had fall that happened this week. here's the way the sky looks at 9:00 this morning. as we head through the afternoon, plenty of sunshine to be talking about, but it's cool sunshine. yesterday in the 80's. today in the 60's. you look over the 56 degrees. the dew point right now holds at 50 degrees. so the air very dry out there with lots of sunshine coming in this afternoon. you'd think we'd warm back up, but this air to the north is flowing down to the top of us. that's why it will be on the cool side, so cool that tonight, freeze warnings have been issued and frost advisories. and some of those frost advisories are not that far away. west of orange, mainly in the low-lying valley areas, wind will die off and cool air flows into the valleys.
scattered frost tonight through tomorrow morning. i think as we get toward monday morning, we may push that line closer to the city. not into the city. most of us will escape frost. we might see scattered frost as close as worcester county. high temperatures will look like this, into the upper 60's. you look out to worcester, 63 degrees for a high temperature for today. notice what i'm talking about. on monday morning, low temperatures down in the lower 40's. that means a few spotty areas could drop into the 30's pretty ke generally into the mid 60's. upper 60's, and some places getting close to 70. new bedford should check in at 70 degrees and most of the cape will enjoy temperatures into the mid 60's. overnight, a few spots dropping off into the 30's. if you haven't found your jacket for this time of year, you may need it. last couple of days you haven't needed it. high pressure in control means lots of cool air moving in. one other thing we're watching. out west, a chance of scattered showers moving into the forecast. that's not going to happen until
sunshine, but cool sunshine at that. then we talk about on tuesday with that cold front coming in from the west, giving us a chance of seeing some scattered showers here. the threat may linger a little bit into wednesday. right now it does not look like it will get cold behind this cold front. temperatures may hold steady. we'll call it around 70, 72 degrees with sunshine. we'll keep a close eye on that as cool air could get working in. meantime, cool weekend, plenty of sunshine. ah, and it feels like fall out there. doug and shayna? shayna: it sure from 80's today to the 60's today. doug: the beauty of new england. shayna: time now is 6:48. a look at some of the top stories happening right now. doug: a funeral has been set for the oklahoma man shot and killed. 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
landed in a ditch friday afternoon. the accident happened near 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: 6:49. the red sox pull out their ninth win in a row as the postseason is coming quickly. big papi, david ortiz, hitting his 37th home run of the year. this put the sox on the board 2-0, right? i mean, it's unbelievable the season this gu a home run by the rays marks number -- that, by the way, 141st career for big papi. 2-1 is your final. the sox again taking on the rays. first pitch, 6:10. i think they dropped that a few years ago. shayna: i think i'm in denial. doug: it is 6:49 on this saturday morning. we are following breaking news
a shooting has now left five people dead. the gunman on the run this morning. the shooting happening 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 at this hour. shayna: two students suffered serious injuries after a stabbing in chelsea. the stabbings happened a block away from their high school. police say they think the suspect knew the boys that attacked them. possibility that others were involved. doug: police in stoughton are searching for 23-year-old marcus pierre-louis. he's accused of shooting inside a cvs store thursday. two teenagers were arrested friday in connection with that shooting. police say the suspect and the victim were known to each other. anybody with information is asked to call police. shayna: unrest continuing last night in charlotte after the shooting of a black man by police.
the fourth night in a row. last night's protest came just hours after the victim's family released cell phone video of the moments leading up to the shooting. protestors are calling for police to release body and dash camera video of the shooting. doug: the biggest heroin bust in new york city has been broken up. they called it operation dirty dope, targeted 25 people for trafficking heroin laced with deadly additives including fentanyl and roach killer. confiscated nearly 75 pounds of lethal heroin worth some $13 million on the street. 5 investigates has also learned the leominster police department helped break up that ring. we have good news about a manatee that was rescued on cape cod this week. shayna: he is doing just great at the mystic aquarium in connecticut. a spokesperson tells the "cape cod times" the manatee is warming up and eating well.
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 rehab. oh, that just makes me happy. doug: like most spend the summer months on the cape and head to florida for the wintertime. things start to cool. mike: the manatee has florida plates, drives around the cape all summer. hey, it's going to be a cool idea as the manatee decided to move on out of here. we have chilly temperatures this weekend. next chance of rain tuesday or wednesday. we need the rain. doug: "good morning america" is next with more on the shooting in seattle, just north of seattle, where five are confirmed dead. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5's president and general manager, bill fine. >> mark it on your calendar. monday night is the must-see
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 consider her untrustworthy. 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 in keeping the discourse inbounds 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
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