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content of this advertising. >> this is the man police are hunting for this morning. they say he walked into the mall and opened fire killing five people in the makeup department at macy's. >> the cascade mall is just outside of seattle. transformed into the scene of a mass shooting. customers, many of them shell shocked loaded on to a safe location until their friends and family could pick them up.
violently interrupted and neal karlinsky is there with the latest. neal, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan and paula, good morning. this is a community on lockdown right now. the man police say shot and killed five people inside that macy's right there was last seen running out across this parking lot towards the highway next door still armed with his gun. >> cascade, all burlington unit, male ran into the women's macy's started flooding in before 7 p.m. capturing a suspect described by police as a hispanic man armed with a rifle is shooting people inside the macy's store at the cascade mall in burlington, washington, north of seattle. joseph and his wife were inside the macy's when the shooting started. he says he came face-to-face with the gunman. >> what i saw was that there was a gunman holding a rifle shooting and he saw me and i
>> reporter: there are reports of women down in the makeup section. >> employee calling advising they are riding in the break room at this time. >> reporter: in all four women and one man are shot and killed. >> i found two ladies that were on the floor, one was face down, a lot of blood, a pool of blood on the ground and there was another lady right next to her. i checked to see for a pulse. she didn't have any. >> reporter: a massive search for the suspect follows reports that he ran out headed for the indoors, stay secure. if you see something, say something. >> reporter: police saying they have no motive. the atf and fbi joining local police at the sprawling crime scene. hours after the shootings terrified survivors from inside the mall were bused to a nearby church anxious family members waiting for them. again, the suspect is considered armed and very dangerous. people who live in the area are
>> a horrifying story and it's not over yet. neal, thank you. just moments ago i spoke to armondo patino who works at the mall and was right there when the shots were fired. a rch i know you work in t-mobile. did you know what was happening as it began to happen? >> i honestly did not. i heard the first shot and the second shot and i stood there. i did not know what was i was a little confused at the time because i didn't think there were gunshots then out of nowhere, i hear two, three, four, five and i'd see a bunch of people running out of macy's and that's when i knew that shots were fired and, i mean, everybody went crazy, so, you know, i did what i could. i was -- i ran to my store obviously and there were actually people that were in front of me that i was to
stayed there, you know, a bunch of people were just shocked in the room and we just waited for safety. >> what kind of impact do you think this will have on your community? >> you know, i believe this is going to have a big impact because i mean we're two small towns and, you know, this is our mall. this is our community and, you know, we like to feel safe in the community at least, you know, and secure and, you know, this happening is kind of -- you it shocked me as well but it's just something that the community is going to have to get through and, you know, in time we will but it's a sad day. >> indeed and we're sending our best to you and to everybody in that community. thank you again for your time this morning and for doing what you could overnight when the worst imaginable took place. armondo patino, thank you. >> thank you. and we will continue to follow that story. dan, thank you.
new evidence in the fatal police shooting of a man in charlotte, charlotte, north carolina. all of this comes as his family releases this harrowing video showing the final moments of keith lamont scott's life. abc's eva pilgrim is in charlotte this morning for us where there were more protests overnight. eva, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, paula. damage from prior protests has the city of charlotte on guard this morning. but we have seen now a second night of peaceful protests. this as we're sparked this outrage. this morning investigators reportedly saying new evidence in the shooting death of keith scott. sources telling charlotte abc affiliate wsoc that testing of the weapon cops say was found at the scene allegedly shows a match for keith scott's fingerprints, dna and blood. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he has no weapon. >> reporter: this coming as chilling new video captured by
charlotte police not to shoot her husband. >> 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. keith. keith. keith. don't you do it. >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? >> scott's wife in disbelief he et behr be not be dead. i'm not going to coming near you. i'm going to record though. he better be alive. >> reporter: for days protesters and scott's family have called on the police to release officer body cam and dash cam of the shooting. chart's police chief arguing the police video doesn't paint a full picture and won't release it until more questions are answered. >> if i were to put it out indisdiscriminate nationally and it doesn't give you good context, it can inflame the situation. and make it even worse.
not clear what was in keith scott's hand but the police department says scott was armed and that this image captured after the shooting shows the gun they recovered. >> when you look at the picture they released it's hard to tell what it is. it could be a gun. but it's not clear. >> reporter: from the other angle this video shows what may be that same object far from the body raising more questions than it answers. the state now investigation. as far as that police video, the state says because cmpd has the original copy of that video they have the legal authority to release it. the state telling you city leaders are actively discussing the release of that video. paula. >> all right, thank you so much, eva. we want to bring in sunny hostin who is also in charlotte for us this morning. sunny, good morning. we want to talk about that report. according to our abc affiliate right there in charlotte, wsoc
weapon found by cops at the scene allegedly had keith scott's blood, his fingerprints, his dna but it seems like bits and pieces of information are coming to light. does it confuse the situation? >> i think so. these investigations, paula, are very fluid and we are in the early days of the investigation here and so any conclusions drawn upon alleged leak information would be premature and it certainly does compromise the investigation. i think what's certainly important to note is that family has requested an independent investigator. an independent investigation. that is now considered the best practice when it comes to these police involved shootings and we do now know that the state bureau of investigation is now handling this case and so, again, investigation is very, very fluid and at its earliest stages. >> we saw that video that keith scott's wife shot, the family has also seen the police video.
public. the chief didn't want to inflame the situation. is that the right call? >> i don't think it's the right call and i can tell you that last night i was in downtown charlotte. i was speaking to a lot of the protesters. there were chants -- there was chanting release the tapes and every single person that i spoke to felt that the police department was being less than transparent. it's leading to a distrust of this investigation and, again, best much more transparent with the community and i think that would go a long way in terms of giving this broken and fractured community a better, better sense of justice here. >> cries for transparency this morning in charlotte. sunny, thank you. dan. we move on to the race for president and t-minus 2 1/2 days until what promises to be an epic night in american politics. clinton versus trump in their first debate. around 100 million viewers
preparing this morning but in very different ways and abc's mary bruce is in our washington bureau with more. >> reporter: with that debate around the corner the campaigns are studying each other weaknesses, setting expectations and already playing head games. this morning, two very different candidates preparing to face off in two very different ways. in one corner hillary clinton, the veteran debater readying for her most unpredictable o she's hunkering down with briefing books holding mock debates and looking to get under trump's skin. starting with the front row. >> i'm out. i'm out. >> reporter: her campaign giving a coveted ticket to trump's nemesis, fellow brash billionaire mark cuban. >> let's put it this way if he came on "shark tank" i wouldn'tmake the investment. >> reporter: this will be trump's 12th debate but his first one-on-one and when it comes to prep he's wary of
get lockjaw, they can't speak. >> reporter: trump is bringing in backup. rudy giuliani leading friday's strategy session. >> let's have the american people see a person actually be themselves. >> reporter: so no mock debates, just rapid-fire questioning and careful review of clinton's past performances. and now trump is getting a surprise boost from a former rival. >> lying ted cruz. lying ted. he holds up the bible and >> reporter: just two months ago ted cruz refused to endorse trump at the convention. >> vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom. >> reporter: now an about-face saying he will vote for trump speaking with our houston station ktrk. >> i have forgiven him this. is not personal. it's not about our family. it's about the country.
behind cruz's change of heart? why now and who benefits more here, cruz or trump? >> this is a risky gamble for ted cruz. no question. after taking a hard personal and principled stance against trump cruz's change of heart is shocking but may be politically advantageous. cruz is facing a possible primary challenge and the rnc said republicans who don't back trump could be made to pay for it down the road. dan. >> that is true. but many of cruz are unhappy this morning. mary bruce, thank you very much. >> want to bring in abc news political analyst matthew dowd joining us from austin, texas, this morning. hi, matthew. apparently hell froze over and ted cruz endorsed donald trump. is it really going to party in the end? >> good morning. i actually think it doesn't help donald trump at all. it's not going to contribute anything in the course of this campaign but i actually think it hurts ted cruz in his future ambition, one to get re-elected u.s. senator in texas but, two,
2020. it makes him look cravenly opportunistic and unprincipled and doesn't help ted. >> let's loop back to the debate on monday night. style is tick differences between these two candidates could hardly be more stark. the super studious clinton and seat of the pants up until now trump. how is this likely to play out on stage? >> i think what will play out each of air strengths and weaknesses node to go on the other side. hillary clinton cerebral but doesn't have a gut connection. she has to become more visceral i think in the course of that debate. i think donald trump very visceral has to be -- has to look more cerebral and have more of a head connection. they each have to go to the other side's strength and adapt in that hour and a half. >> the first time he has debated one-on-one. it's been one versus 17 but how consequential do you think this debate is likely to be and will
outcome. >> this is the most important moment of the entire campaign starting at the nomination process until election day. without a doubt it will have more of an effect than anything else in this race in the time that we have left in this. it will move voters. how permanent that is, we don't know. we've seen it happen in the past but this thing will be watched by as many people as watched the super bowl. >> as we said, an epic night in american politics. matthew, w there for all of it. thanks for being with us this morning. a reminder you can watch that right here on monday night, abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos will be leading our coverage and joined by martha raddatz, david muir, jon karl, tom llamas, cecilia vega, byron pitts and matthew dowd who you saw as well as cokie roberts and all starts at 9:00 eastern. there are a lot of other headlines. normally at this juncture we toss it over to ron but he's off today so paula and i will share the news reading duties and
veto the 9/11 bill. >> the president rejecting the measure that would allow survivor and the families of 9/11 victims to sue the government of saudi arabia saying he's concerned that it's going to leave the u.s. open to similar lawsuits, congress is expected to override that presidential veto. authorizes say they suspect russian hackers were behind that massive attack that exposed 500 million personal yahoo! accounts and posted a scan of michelle obama's passport online. attack. the fbi revealing that new york city terror suspect ahmad khan rahami took the train from his jersey home to manhattan with those bombs that he later placed on the city streets. new video shows a passerby kicking the can that contained that loaded pressure cooker which thankfully never went off. >> an incredible piece of video. ron likes to end with some crazy animal. story. here we go. some boaters in the eastern --
the gait irchomping down on the boat as it comes near. the boaters sped up. he sped -- the boater sped off before the gator could climb aboard. reminds me somewhat of anchoring the news next to paula faris on saturday morning. >> oh? don't come near. >> chomp, chomp, the only i do is for college football today. i promise i would never bite. >> that's good to know. i can exhale. hugs for rob marciano. sitting in >> sad to see ron go but it's nice to sit down. in gone for the weekend. >> come on back, ron. let's take you to iowa where they have some issues with flooding and still rising are the rivers, this is out of manchester, iowa. state of emergency declared by the governor there for 13 counties. waterloo is getting it, cedar rapids, also going to have some issues here as we go through time and richland county, also
at these aerial shots for devastating flooding there in the southern part of the state. the rivers in wisconsin are at least cresting now and should be receding. that doesn't do much for the damage but the rivers in iowa are still rising especially the cedar river which got to get through cedar rapids. won't crest until monday and that water will get down into the mississippi. an ongoing issue and another front coming through. won't bring a whole lot of rain thankfully to the northern part but big-time fire weather watch for the west. santa ana winds shaping up this weekend so we'll look for that mike: good morning, i'm meteorologist mike wankum. we have the showers have long moved off. we'll have sunshine across the area. much cooler air. here's the map at 9:00. we stay that way all day today.
cool sunshine. just 68 today. tomorrow even cooler. only 64. monday morning could be the coolest of the cool. and then look for some showers by tuesday. >> tropical storm karl hitting bermuda as we speak not to be coverage fused with our political correspondent jon karl. >> karl with a "k." >> same spelling. that's the next half comfortable. ron is coming back with a strong right hook. thousands expected at the national mall in washington, d.c. to celebrate the opening of the newest african-american museum. >> president obama hosting a big reception at the white house on the eve of the opening. abc's robin robs got an exclusive interview with the president as well as the first lady ahead of the museum's opening. >> it's here at last.
>> and it's beautiful. >> decades in the making. a museum that chronicles both the tragedies and triumphs of american history. the 19th museum of the smithsonian campus exhibits over 3500 artifacts to honor the african-american journey. i know that you both have had a chance with your family to tour here. what were your first impression, mr. president. >> the first impression you are not just getting a narrative of slavery and the civil rights movement but you're also reminded of how much the african-american experience has contributed to american culture and american music and sports and film. this will end up being a museum for all americans. >> we remember, mrs. obama, at the democratic national convention when you said i wake
>> and i watch my daughters, two beautiful intelligent black young women playing with their dogs on the white house lawn. >> one of the many things that struck me was that so much of what has happened and is represented in this museum has happened in our lifetime. you know, when you think about the fact that my great great-grandfather was a slave and today i live in the white house, that progress it's fast. >> to know that there are young people who now believe because of both of you that anything is possible, how does it make you feel in your heart and your head? >> i do think my presidency has sent a message to kids across the board. the sense that the human spirit can transform even the worst of circumstances into something beautiful and powerful.
was an idea suggested in 1915 by black civil war vets. it took legislation by congress in 2003 to get the ball going and here we are today. >> robin said here at last. coming up on "gma" on this saturday morning. look at this. caught on camera. police pepper spraying a teenage girl. we'll hear from her after a quick break. keep it here. "good morning america" is brought to you by flonase allergy relief. you are greater than your allergies. don't let dust and allergens get beautiful moments.fe's you're choosing more complete allergy relief and all the enjoyment that comes along with it. when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by overproducing 6 key inflammatory substances. most allergy pills only control 1. flonase controls 6. and six is greater than one. with flonase, more complete relief means enjoyment of every beautiful moment. flonase, six is greater than one, changes everything.
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. the search is on for the gunman who opened fire rat a mall in washington state. five people, four women and one man, dead. the shooter still on the loose after fleeing on foot. also right now, no inappropriate contact. sources tell abc news that while brad pitt did get into a shoutingch inappropriate physical contact. the actor is under investigation since his wife angelina jolie filed for divorce earlier this week. and it's a bird, it's a plane. no, that would be your mail. the u.s. postal service pairing with a massachusetts robotmaker to experiment with drone deliveries. now they had their first successful drop on an island three miles off the massachusetts coast. i'm told this is a couple of years away. not sure i want my 300 pound
drone. i have to imagine there is a weight parameter. >> i would imagine that's the case. we had a story about how they're delivering burritos. i'm much more down with that? food. >> food. put down your cell phone if you can. it is no text weekend. can you do this? how one family is responding to the challenge to really interesting idea. we'll tell you about that coming up. the teenager at the center of a really disturbing video speaking out. >> she is her bicycle collided with a car in mamaryland. our gio benitez spoke with her. >> you're being detained for uncooperation. >> for what? >> for uncooperation of investigation. >> reporter: the handcuffed 15-year-old who police pepper sprayed is telling her story supply didn't know what was going on. i was very confused. >> brianna who only wants us to use her first name is the girl seen in these police body cam videos.
her face. they were told she bumped into a car while riding her bike. she refused medical attention and police say wouldn't answer their questions. >> get off me. >> reporter: body cams ra are rolling as she quickly goes from frightened to frantic. >> get off -- [ screaming ] >> reporter: refusing to give them her name. >> what's your name? >> what were you thinking. >> i was immediately thinking get off me. i didn't want this. >> we're trying to help you. we need your parent here. >> for what? >> because you're under age. >> i didn't know what i did >> reporter: within minutes she's being put into a police car. but watch. >> put your feet in or you're getting sprayed. >> and then. >> reporter: she says she was sprayed four times. police say once. >> cop reaches his arm around the door and sprays me in my mouth. >> if we would have had her information and called her parents to the scene, we would adjudicated that right then and there. >> reporter: what's your message to those police officers right now? >> i believe that they could
>> reporter: for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, hagerstown, maryland. >> that body cam video shows, you know, a whole new level of transparency but that's disturbing. >> tough to watch. let's check the weather once again and get it back to rob. hey, man. >> hey, guys, temperatures in the 80s across much of the east. let's get you in the right frame of mind, snow in the rockies, also in the wasatch of utah. even in the sierras. even measuring almost an inch of snow there. so it is sticking and we are all right, the heat across the northeast is gone. we're getting into fall today. some showers this morning. the front dips down to the south and get into the 70s at best today. might not even get above that tomorrow. we've got frost advisories and freeze warnings for upstate new york and northern new england. temperatures monday morning will be in the 40s just outside of new york city and lower to mid-30s in albany, new york. here's tropical storm karl with a "k" east of bermuda. tropical storm strength. 65 miles an hour. almost a hurricane.
bermuda is getting battered but we'll see improving weather through the next couple of hours and accelerates as a hurricane potentially as it moves further out to sea. big game in pasadena tonight at the rose bowl, stanford, ucla. kickoff temperature 90 degrees with those santa ana mike: hello, i'm meteorologist mike wankum. sunshine and 68 degree. much cooler than yesterday. a real feel of fall this weekend. so far. and then we warm things up with a chance of some >> this weather report is brought to you by king's hawaiian. before paula mentions it i'll say that penn state is playing michigan in the big house at 3:00 i think on abc or espn. >> go, penn. >> it's not penn. it's penn state. two different schools. >> i was taking the opportunity to annoy you as i always do. >> you never annoy me.
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cc1 test message for many of us myselfed included texting has very often replaced talking, i hate to admit that but it's true. >> i think we're all guilty of that. a challenge for us a text weekend allowing us to focus on reconnecting and looking deep into one another's eyes as we are into rachel smith's eyes. >> we are so guilty of this tech obsession. how many types a day are you glued to your phone texting? how long could you go without doing it, an hour, a day, a whole weekend? well, that is one family that is exactly what one family is doing, probleming to go this entire weekend without using
have become our modern day melody just ask eileen smith mom of two boys and ceo of a tech company. >> so, i am constantly working search days a week, 12-hour days and know what it means to be hyper connected. >> throughout the day i probably grab my phone to text someone every 10 to 15 minutes. >> one group is aiming to change that at least for a few days by launching no text weekend. >> no text weekend beginsit personal online challenge to try to talk. >> call your friend, call your family. >> 0 texting for the weekend. >> and it's not just a problem for the teens and tweens, even mom and dad find the challenge daunting. >> but no texting. we'll start first thing on saturday. >> it's 7 p.m. friday. >> the co-creator say while texting is magical, we're doing it too often and using it for conversations we should be
>> when you can text important emotional information but you don't know how it's landing with the other person. 90% of communication is n nonverbal. >> reporter: so this weekend is all about reclaiming conversations and connecting with one another with your voice, not your screen. >> this is awesome. this did is something that we have to do because it's important to for me as mom and ceo to know stop, unplug. focus on the people that are right there right in front of you. all right. are you ready for this. >> am i?>> >> are you? >> you think it will be harder for me than you. >> you're always on your phone and just idly doing it. >> obviously the official no text weekend is right now this weekend so if you missed out on the first 12 hours or so it's not too late to get in on the action of the challenge so how would you guys fare? >> that mother and son, they clearly have a lot to talk about. >> clearly. >> i got a text from from our
story. >> nice one. >> you know what, i really admire and sometimes i have a 1 1/2-year-old son and sometimes when texting at home he will throw things at my head. >> my 2-year-old with his binkie will say put your phone down. okay, you're right. yes. i don't want to set a bad example. >> i'm notorious for texting novels so this weekend i'm inspired to pick up the phone and call -- >> at least one-liners. >> trim it down. >> i'll try. >> are we in? are we going to do this? >> i'll do it. i don't text that >> come on. >> i'm hooked on it. can you believe that? i might be lying. coming up on "gma," first lady michelle obama and laura bush teaming up what brought them together, their candid talk with bob woodruff. >> he wanted to make sure his teenage girls had agents. human papillomavirus. who knew hpv could lead to certain cancers? who knew my risk for hpv would increase as i got older?
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our chief anchor will he'll be joined by a cavalcade of news star, martha raddatz, david muir, jon karl, tom llamas, cecilia vega, byron pitts, matthew dowd and cokie roberts. >> get your popcorn on that. live at 9:00 eastern right here on abc. >> two women who have been through these high stakes events before, michelle obama and laura bush. >> the current and former first lady spoke to abc's bob woodruff during an event at the national archives praising the nation's veterans and giving some
time spent at the white house. >> i'd love to hear from you what it's like to be in the white house. to have that kind of power and influence on an issue that is extremely important. >> i would say for sure one thing is worry. you think about them every single night when you get in bed. >> we've had the honor and the experience to visit our wounded at walter reed and many military hospitals and that is a experience. >> to some degree it's an obvious answer to it but have you ever cried much? >> oh, god, yeah. yeah, i cry all the time. but it's more tears of pride. >> just a resilience also of people and of america. >> but how much do you really think you will be involved in this as time goes by? you think this is going to be for the rest of your life. >> yeah. >> for the both of you. >> yes, absolutely.
>> i mean, the fact is you really have a podium really always and i mean people still listen to barbara bush. don't you think. i certainly do. >> i just want to thank you personally and i thank from everybody here for doing what you're doing. [ applause ] >> you know, seeing how partisan politics are it's nice to see that. >> i like laura's comment about her mother-in-law. that was really interesting. keep it here, "pop news" is mi only rachel smith. we'll be right back. ng. i'm just a tv doctor. i never went to college. (scream) i don't do blood. but now, thanks to cigna, i can do more than just look the part. is that a foot? we are the tv doctors of america. and we're partnering with cigna to help save lives. by getting you to a real doctor for an annual check-up. so go, know, and take control of your health. doctor poses.
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the u.s. postal service. we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. >> you'll have to forme if i'm perspiring. own loy becausism smith did here but paula faris pressured moo he into doing push-ups doing the commercial break. >> push-up. he did one and already sweating.
>> you'll see why, guys, right? it has to do with our first bit of "pop news" so david beckham, yeah, yeah, david beckham is joining the 22 push-up challenge accepting guy ritchie's invitation to join the cause. take a look. >> hello, mr. ritchie, film director. this is the second day of my 22 press-ups consecutively in 2 days for a great cause, a serious cause, it's for all the servicemen and women that >> so, i mean this is for a great, great cause. >> he couldn't put pants on for this. >> i mean it's a serious cause and he's in his underwear next to alcohol. >> and but can i add you can hear he's got like this great piano music playing in the background but he's doing the push-ups on the piano in yeah. >> so unbelievable. are you taking note of the form, dan. >> i would say that dan's form was actually better. he's not quite going all the
is in support of 22 kill, an organization raising awareness for veterans' mental health. >> amazing cause. >> i think we should all join in, seriously. >> and do 22, absolutely. >> we should. >> i like it. >> i love that especially i'm an army brat. both of my parents were in the army. near and dear. one little girl experiencing love at first sight while meeting her very first ballerina at the ferry festival in delaware. little baby stella is this magical pixie costume showed off and showing off that 100-watt smile and then when we locked eyes with a ballerina stella's mom saying she had actually never seen a ballerina or anything ballet related before her life until that day so her reaction surprised all of us and baby stella's grandmother is the one who captured the photo. look at that picture. her mouth is just like, she's is in pure delight right there. love at first sight.
ballerina. finally, wow. >> how did that happen. >> way to go. >> oh, my gordon, guys. >> did you get it? >> oh, yes. autumn is here. >> when can we eat? >> oh, my word. >> to kick off the season of spooks and spices we have this fall themed doughnut tower which is in front of rob. i don't know if you can see ron -- rob. >> try a bite of this. >> what's that. >> glazed doughnut. our treat has -- >> cheese filled doughnuts on the bottom. then we have some pumpkin pecan and praline mixed in then to top it off a little honey glazed corn action. apple cider flavors. popcorn, check out pop karma which dan has pushed the two together. pumpkin spice and cinnamon spice with the popcorn. >> look at this. >> then -- >> oh, wow. >> but wait for it. then you could really dip into this by starbucks, of course, this season, though, the new
spice is chili mocha latte. >> i like it. >> wow. >> thank you for destroying my diet. you'll be back tomorrow. >> i sure will. >> see you then, everybody. take care. have a great saturday. >> cheers. >> live from wcvb-tv channel 5, this is a newscenter 5 update. shayna: i'm shayna seymour in for antoinette antonio this morning. doug: five people have been killed in a deadly mall shooting. the manhunt under way right now. shayna: 5 investigates looks at
drug of choice out of jails. doug: only on 5, delivery by drone. a front-row seat to the first commercial delivery test for u.p.s. in the bay state. shayna: and, mike, how's it looking outside for us today? mike: finally the sun is back out. lots of sunshine right now. the rain showers are pretty much moving on out of here and with it dragging the cloud cover as well. we have clear skies settling in, but this is a much cooler air mass that's being moved in. not like the warmth of yester cooler. you'll see what's happening as we head to do day today. clear skies by 9:00 and it basically stays that way all day today. tonight with the clear skies, diminishing winds, it's going to get chilly. that's the reason there are frost advisories for the western part of the state. high temperatures today, that's all the warmer it's going to get. low 60's to mid 60's, a few places in the upper 60's as the cloud cover has faded away to sunshine and northerly winds at 5 to 15 miles per hour.
freeze warnings up for northern parts of new hampshire and also parts of maine and then we have frost advisories even fairly close to us. as you look just west of orange out to the berkshires, this goes into effect tonight until 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. cool stuff we're talking about. that frost area may actually get a little bit closer to the city as we start to talk about the weather later on this weekend. so what's going on today? today, a few clouds this morning burning off. plenty of sunshine this afternoon. about 68 degrees. we will finish the day with su 6:00 tonight. we'll talk more about the cool weather, when it warms up and
>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- doug: breaking news. five people are dead and the 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 clearing away. the fall chill now on the way. shayna: and new cases of mosquito-borne virus in the bay state. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: yes, good morning everybody. saturday, september 24. i'm doug meehan. shayna: i'm shayna seymour in for antoinette this morning. doug, it's 56 degrees. that means fall is here! mike! mike: later sunrise.