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>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> breaking news, the suspect in the washington state shooting rampage in custody. what we're learning about him this morning. >> new video released showing the moments leading up to this deadly police shooting in charlotte. the controversy surrounding the disturbing images. >> new this morning -- water service restored in a local massachusetts town. the restrictions now in place for residents in hamilton. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's ey >> and it's a great morning. the sox are in the postseason. a 6-4 win over the rays assures at least a wildcard spot. and now the magic number for clinching the american league east is just three. there it is. >> good morning, everyone. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us. it is sunday, september 25. i'm rhondella richardson in for antoinette. >> i'm doug meehan. let's go to the beach. want to go to nahant?
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donuts and a cruller and watch the sunrise, a.j. >> absolutely. gorgeous out there. everybody's got a smile on their face this morning except for those wanting some rainfall. you know, the grass is still kind of brown out there. i'm not trying to find fault with today at all. gorgeous. but boston has just fallen back into the upper 40's. that's the first time in a long time. 43 in bedford. it is chilly out there. 44 fitchburg. pair of 5's in hyannis. we do north and west of worcester have a frost advisory in effect for another couple of hours until 8:00 this morning. orange to leominster right along route 2, for example, just some of the areas impacted by that scattered frost. clear skies right now. gorgeous start to this morning. we've got a cold front with some showers and storms off to our west, but high pressure running
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the timing of those raindrops, when they impact our area a few minutes from now. rhondella? >> thanks, a.j. >> breaking news a boston. at least six people are injured after a fight in the theater district. the fight broke out around 2:15 this morning. the victims were either stabbed or cut with a bottle. one person suffered serious injuries but will recover. no arrests have been made. this man under arrest in connection with the hoic state. the gunman opened fire in a macy's department store. >> while the motive behind that attack friday is still unclear, we are learning more about the suspect. >> about 6:30 tonight, we arrested 20-year-old oak harbor man. >> a mass murderer caught on camera now also captured by police. >> his name is arcan cetin. >> investigators arresting a suspect in the murders of five people inside a washington mall. surveillance stills providing key evidence in the massive manhunt to find him.
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northbound on the sidewalk, and i instantly recognized that is the person i'd just viewed on my computer. i did an abrupt u-turn, hit my lights, pulled my gun and myself and reserve deputy took the individual into custody. >> what i saw was that there was a gunman holding a rifle shooting, and he saw me, and i took off running. >> joe zavala and his wife were inside macy's when chaos broke out in the makeup department. they not only saw the gunman but the victims, too. floor. one was face down. a lot of blood, pool of blood on the ground. then there was another lady right next to her. i checked for a pulse. she -- she didn't have any. >> four women and one man all died. >> that was us in that mall last night. any one of us at any time. and it changed those families forever. we need to keep them in our prayers. it changed our community.
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>> officers describe cetin as being in a zombie-like state when they arrested him. now what we're learning about him. a preliminary investigation found cetin emigrated from turkey. he's known to police. court records show three domestic violence assaults, charged against him according to the "seattle times." the victim was identified as his stepfather. he also had an arrest for drunk driving. new video released by police showing the deadly shooting that sparked days of protests. we want to take a moment to warn you that this video might be disturbing for some. the eye's diane cho explains the continuing controversy over the police shooting. >> police are releasing this dam camera video in the shooting death of keith lamont scott. scott backs away from the s.u.v., but it's not clear in this video if he's holding anything in his hands. seconds later, an officer opened
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this is a different view of what happened as seen from one of the officer's body cameras. an attorney for scott's family questions whether scott's actions after he stepped out of the s.u.v. justified the shooting. >> what we do know is the moment mr. scott is shot, it appears as though he's not aggressively moving towards law enforcement. he's actually doing the opposite. he's passively stepping back. >> police also released these photos of the gun and marijuana they say scott had at the time. authorities say two plainclothes officers were trying to arrest someone else in the area when they saw scott rolling a marijuana blunt in his s.u.v. >> that was the first thing they saw. but that was not the priority. they were still focused on apprehending the suspect. when they see the weapon and they see the marijuana, they say, uh-oh, this is a safety issue for us and the public. we need to address this before we try to serve a warrant. >> police say it wasn't until an
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begun up, that they put vests on identifying themselves as police officers. police say the man got out of the s.u.v. with the gun and backed away ignoring commands to drop it. >> it does not make sense to us how it's possible that this incident resulted in the loss of life. it just does not make sense, and it is not clear in the videos that were released. >> police also say scott's dna and fingerprints are on the loaded gun that was found at the scene. the officer who fired the shots was not wearing a body camera at the time. diane cho, wcvb, newscenter 5. >> boston police investigating a sexual assault in brighton. a woman saying she was attacked after she got into a car she thought belonged to a rideshare service. this all happening early saturday morning outside a bar on brighton avenue. police reminding rideshare customers to always confirm a ride before getting into a car. >> new this morning -- the water is back on in hamilton, but there is a boil water order in place. water service was cut off to the
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it's unclear what caused the break, but crews worked all day saturday to fix it. we spoke with one resident whose business fortunately wasn't affected, but he says this is the first time he can remember this ever happening. >> about 2:30, i went to wash my hands, and there was no water. so i tried a different sink. and no water. 15 minutes later, a message came on the phone for the town about the broken water main. itee place until further notice. that means you can't drink or cook with the water unless it's boiled. you can use it for bathing. the town has to get water test results back before service is resumed. >> justice for vanessa marcotte. seven weeks after her murder, the town of princeton is searching for answers. these signs popping up as the murder remains unsolved. marcotte's neighbors are hoping the signs will bring in more information and help catch her killer. 27-year-old vanessa marcotte was
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she had gone out for an afternoon jog, and the state police tell newscenter 5 calls into the anonymous tip line have decreased in the last month. investigators saying they're focusing on men seen with fresh injuries in the days following that murder. >> a major drug bust in andover. detectives arrested jose morales. they found 350 grams of heroin in his allegedly buying drugs from morales. we're following reports from baltimore where at least eight people are injured after a sheeting there. >> the soim right now for the suspects. the smithsonian's african american history museum is now open. the special guest who attended the grand opening. a.j.? >> a frosty start to the morning. i'm tracking also the chance for some rainfall that will be moving in by tuesday.
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kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> welcome back. it's 6:12. the smithsonian's national museum of african american history and culture is now open. thousands of people from across the country attended the historic grand opening. the guests included civil rights veteran and congressman john lewis, who pushed for legislation authorizing the museum to former president george w. bush, who signed it into law. >> the galleries celebrate not only african american equality but african american greatness. >> that's what this museum's
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i, too, am american. >> the museum's collection includes more than 3,000 pieces. many of those items were contributed by ordinary americans from across the country. >> right now, 100 years of horse racing memorabilia is up for auction at rockingham park. organizers say everything must go today. that includes pictures, brochures, jockey equipment, signs, and even poker room equipment. the liquidation is expected to raise a half a the salem, new hampshire, park closes for good on friday. >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast. >> is it nahant or is it maui? you decide. >> i just like the water temperature. water temperature was 64. >> yeah. absolutely. it's warmer in the water right now than it is in the air. what were you doing, by the
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>> when? this year? >> this year. >> probably standing out in the dark somewhere early in the morning, i guess. >> you might kind of feel like today, for example. you might have had the same similar feel. that was the last time boston dropped below 50 degrees for a low temperature. >> it was may. >> about 128 days ago, something like that. i forget what the math is. anyway, 49 degrees. we're back below 50 degrees for a long time. 43 in 44 in fitchburg. it is chilly out there. we have another one of these coming up for tomorrow morning as well. until 8:00 this morning, frost advisories north and west of worcester up along the route 2 stretch through orange and the connecticut valley north of amherst as well until 8:00 this morning. likely to see another frost advisory for perhaps a larger
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clear skies, light winds outside. nothing really to write home about until you get out into the nation's midsection. and lined up basically from the arrowhead of minnesota, land of a thousand lakes, right down into the big bend area of texas. we have some showers and some thunderstorms. this is our next system that arrives on our doorsteps in the form of a frontal boundary by tuesday. until then, high pressure runs the show. it's going to be gorgeous outside, although a little across the northeast, that's where it's coolest up into eastern canada, but you don't have to look too far off to the west to see a big change. see those 60's and 70's? it's warmer but also more humid as well. changes are coming in the next couple of days. high pressure for today, no problems. sunshine. sunshine for tomorrow as well. but it's monday night on into tuesday when we get some changes. the humidity increases.
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chilly, and it turns wet. we need that rainfall. could be talking about downpours coming in with this set of fronts during most of the day on tuesday. i don't think the rain will wind down tuesday. if you had to pin me to some towns, until probably the early portion of the afternoon or evening commute. so let's call it, you know, 4:00 or so. again, it's a couple of days away. but you kind of get the idea. it will be raining first thing in the morning more than likely and you'll have the rain maybe for your drive home. at least some spray from the vehicles f 60 to 65 for today. abundant sunshine. 40's and 30's widespread. again, into the boston area for tonight under a mostly clear sky. and then for tomorrow, more sunshine. a few filtering high, thin clouds in the afternoon. temperatures back up into the mid-60 mid-60's. very nice day. tropical storm karl has moved past bermuda into the north atlantic. 70-mile-per-hour winds. taking off.
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that way. tropical wave out toward the eastern atlantic, too. the models trying to keep this down to the south, but may have some implications for us in some form much down the road. lots of time to talk about that. seven-day forecast like this. bright and beautiful today and tomorrow. wet on tuesday. kind of a break on wednesday. a few showers for the cape and the islands. it could turn wet at times for the latter half of the week into the next weekend. guys, over to you. >> thank you. time 6:17. checking some of our other stories right now. >> three gunmen on the run after opening fire on the streets of baltimore. eight people are being treated for gunshot wounds including a 3-year-old girl. police believe the shooting was a premeditated act of retaliation after a shooting on the labor day weekend. all the victims are expected to survive. >> police are investigating a stabbing at the new hampshire motor speedway in loudon. authorities say two men were stabbed in a fight involving four people early yesterday
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they were taken to the hospital, but it's not clear if any arrests have been made. >> and crews are surveying the damage in utah after a tornado ripped through a neighborhood near salt lake city. the ef-1 twister touched down thursday, destroying about 21 homes. many in that area still without power. the damage estimates are coming in at over $1.5 million. >> now here's josh brogadir with sportscenter 5. powered by xfinity. >> your playoff bound boston red sox, a phrase you haven't hed in three years. but after 10 wins in a row, the sox have clinched at least a wildcard spot on their way to an eventual division title. this one wasn't easy, though. brock holt getting the start at third base. making the most of his opportunity. gets this gapper to left, driving in mookie betts all the way from first base. nice when the cleanup hitter can haul. and it's 1-0 after two. but the rays would get to rick porcello, looking for win 22. brad miller's double knocks in two.
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from behind for most of the night. porcello's line 6 1/3 scattered eight hits, three earned runs, but had nine strikeouts. a year ago, you would have loved this. now you're like, well, he didn't have his best stuff. that stuff more than good enough because dustin pedroia has been 0-17, then a single, and tater time. the granny kind. 6-4, sox win it. 10 in a row for the first time since april 2009. sweep later on today. i'm josh brogadir. that's it for sports. >> a rare flower in full bloom at a local college. >> stinks. it's called the corpse flower. and it's causing a bit of a ruckus up there. >> and remembering firefighters who died in the line of duty. the fallen firefighter memorial in a new england town that will honor their sacrifice forever. >> it's 6:19. let's head out to worcester. it's brighter out there this morning, but not warmer.
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tney got caught and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us.
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who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. >> old man in the sea? hemingway. that's what he's telling me to say. out there on his kayak doing a little fishing, enjoying some of the gentle waves out there just off boston. man, what a gorgeous start to this morning it is. we've got sun-filled skies. it is a little cool out there. 38 in jaafari. 37 in taunton.
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there. we have frost advisories north and west of worcester until 8:00 this morning. how about your next three days? bright sunshine today. more sunshine tomorrow. 60's, though, that's it. we get back up to near 70 with some wet weather likely as we head into tuesday. and that rain looks like it will start around first thing in the morning and linger through most of the day toward the afternoon hours. we'll time out another shot for rain and take a look toward next weekend. never too early to do that.we guys? >> spencer tracy by the way. that's the version you have to watch. >> full of incredible information, i think. >> the movie's excellent. >> tart mouth college's corpse flower is in full bloom. >> you might be able to smell it from your house. the stinky flower named morphy is filling the air with a terrible smell. everything's depending on point of view. the 7 1/2-foot flower is native to sumatra's rainforest. it's one of the most popular flowers when it blooms.
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is going to be open from 10:00 to 3:00 today. we're following breaking news this morning from washington state. >> a suspect in custody after friday's deadly mall shooting and what we're learning about the suspect this morning. >> the first presidential debate is just a day away now. how the candidates are preparing and the local lawmaker campaigning in new england for one candidate. >> let's go back outside on this sunday morning and take a nice look. oh, look at that. >> i don't know if he wrote that book, but if he did, i bet it was good. >> 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 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
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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 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
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the candidates to be truthful from the outset and for the moderators to call them out when that fails. let's hope everyone plays their roles on monday night. my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> we have breaking news in boston. six people hurt in a stabbing in the theater district. the search for the suspect. >> an autumn chill in the air to start the morning.
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for some rain moving through. the timeline ahead. >> commitment 2016. debate preparations underway. how the candidates spent the weekend ahead of tomorrow's debate. >> staying true to their roots more than a century later but putting a new spin on a final product in this morning's "made in mass." >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. >> here comes october. the sox are in the postseason. a 6-4 win ov at least a wildcard spot. now the magic number for clinching the american league east is just three. >> number 3. that's something good to wake up to. >> i'm sunday morning. i'm doug meehan. >> i'm rhondella richardson. it's going to be chilly, but i have the perfect way to deal with it. >> how is that? >> warm apple cider donuts. when the temperature drops -- >> did you bring them? >> no, i didn't. >> no, wait a minute.
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rubbing our nose in it. >> it was a good idea. >> did you hear that? that was my stomach growling. just rubbing the donuts in. let's take a look at the temperatures now. it's 49 in boston. it's good for cider anything right about now. 43 in bedford and fitchburg. pumpkin spice popular out there. 37 in taunton. 45 falmouth and we look off to the north and west of worcester, specifically anywhere shaded in half or so, we've got a frost advisory until 8:00 this morning. this is for right now. more than likely, we'll see another one of these issued for perhaps a larger expanse of area for later on tonight and tomorrow morning as it remains kind of chilly out there. clear skies our friends for today. lots of sunshine. high pressure running things. but off to our west, a band of showers and thunderstorms marching on toward our area but
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60's for high temperatures today. we'll be in the 50's up until about lunchtime today. sunshine only thing that's going to wind the sunshine down today will be sunset. it's going to be gorgeous out there. we'll plan on more sun for tomorrow. start to the work week. more importantly, we need rainfall. i'll tell you when it gets here and when it gets out of here as well coming in a few minutes. guys? >> we're following breaking news in boston. firefighters are on the scene of a it stated in the basement of a building on elm hill park at 4:00 this morning. one firefighters was brought to mass eye and ear to be evaluated. nine people are without a home. damage is estimated at $750,000. the cause is under investigation. breaking news in washington state. >> the hunt for the gunman in that deadly shooting is over. police spotted 20-year-old arcan
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people dead inside a macy's department store. they described him as being zombie-like as he was being placed under arrest. police say they have not yet found a motive for those killings. >> breaking news in boston. at least six people are injured after a fight in the theater district. police say the fight broke out on tremont street around 2:15 this morning. the victims were stabbed or cut with a bottle. one person suffered serious injuries but will recover. no arrests have been made. >> a boil water order is now in effect in hamilt the town says the order will be in effect until test results are in. that means residents should not drink or cook the water until it has been boiled. two thieves targeting a sound system that belongs to a veterans charity. norwood police put out this surveillance video of the crime. you can see the suspect breaking into a storage area. police say the suspects were driving a white car. the charity run for vets was
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recovering after being rescued from a trench in grafton. the man in a backhoe was working near a trench when it fell down an embankment. a special technical rescue team was called in to help get that man out. firefighters had to deal with the backhoe before they could get to the victim. >> he was stuck in there because there's no way of securing that payload. >> he is expected to be okay. the cause of the accident still under investigation. officials at a power station in ta thought to be an explosion, of course, this might be the wrong video here, actually a small electrical fire. the fire started in a breaker and caused a small but smoky fire. no one was hurt, but two workers were sent to the hospital to get checked out. the power station says it was strictly an equipment failure and no customers were affected. >> today, military leaders will dedicate an official memorial to the state's gold star families. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff will be the keynote speaker at today's event at bicentennial park in fall river.
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patriotism and sacrifice. a section of stone is cut out in the shape of a soldier. >> janitors who work in thousands of office buildings around boston voting to authorize a strike if there's no new contract. by september 30. the union held a rally on boston common two weeks ago. a big issue here during the negotiations is the cost of living in boston and adding more full-time positions. the state house and the john hancock building would be affe >> i'm here for carol, i'm here for maggie, and i'm here for hillary. how about you. >> warren makes several stops in the battleground state of new hampshire. >> david bienick with clinton's latest trump attack. >> speaking to several hundred
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warren leveled this charge against donald trump and republicans. >> they want to make hate okay in america. >> later, warren told newscenter 5 she has some advice for hillary clinton in monday's debate. >> yeah, go be hillary clinton. if people see the real hillary clinton and the real donald trump, no doubt we're going to win this election for hillary. >> would you like to be there in her place? are you jealous at all? >> i am excited to get hillary clinton elected on the most progressive agenda that anyone has run on in america. >>ft began signing up volunteers to campaign door to door in new hampshire over the next six weeks. >> what are you going to say to those voters who say i'm going to sit out? i don't like either candidate. >> you know, i will use bernie sanders' words. this is not the election to sit out. >> on the street, clinton volunteers work off a list of voters they're trying to convince. but some have already made up their minds about her.
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that have surrounded her and her husband for decades. >> hillary clinton won't be relying just on her volunteers. the campaign announced this weekend that clinton herself will be returning to new hampshire next wednesday. in manchester, david bienick, wcvb, newscenter 5. >> donald trump on the campaign trail this weekend speaking to supporters in virginia. >> there's a reason the wall street donors are giving tens of millions of dollars to my opponent. hillary clinton is the voice for i'm running to be the voice of the forgotten men and women of this country. >> gennifer flowers, a woman who had a relationship with bill clinton, confirmed on twitter she will be a guest of donald trump's at tomorrow's debate. trump invited flowers after clinton invited mark cuban to the debate. emily riemer will be reporting live from hofstra university in
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9:00 p.m. on channel 5 and the wcvb mobile app. >> it's 6:37. when it comes to lifting the cap on charter schools, boston mayor marty walsh says he'll vote against it. he says he supports charter schools, but there needs to be funding. >> i am concerned about the funding and the financing to increase charter schools. i wish -- i've asked the legislature both through testimony and when asked -- >> are you afraid of the -- r this ballot question doesn't deal with the funding question. >> you've heard the ads, folks that are supporting the charter schools. they say that all schools, including public schools, will get more money. >> i don't believe that's true at all. >> you can watch more "on the record" at 11:00 on channel 5 followed by "matter of fact" with host soledad o'brien and then "cityline." the red sox are in the playoffs after last night's win against the rays. dustin pedroia's seventh inning
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winning streak to 10 games, 6-4 your final. the magic number now for the sox to clinch the a.l. east is three following its win over the blue jays. victory over the yankees and then playing again this afternoon. >> the tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice and the remembrance to follow next year. >> and delicate pieces of art that are made in mass for more than we go inside america's oldest glass company. a.j. >> that is a frosty chill in the air right now, but that's changing soon as we take a live look out toward the water behind me with that gorgeous sunrise. the potential for showers but not for a couple of days.
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>> a tribute this weekend to some of new hampshire's fallen heroes. six names are being added to the memorial dedicated to firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice. families and friends gathered to remember their loved ones lost this year and in years past. >> two firefighters have died in the last year, so we put their names on. but also over the years, we've discovered that there were a few
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>> the six names that were added to the memorial this year will be added to the national fallen firefighter memorial in maryland next year. >> they started operating more than a century ago creating delicate pieces of art. in this morning's macy's, a local grass company is staying true to its roots while taking steps in a different direction. if you travel to the cape and use the saginaw bridge, you may be passing one of the most historical businesses in the this is pairpoint glass. furnaces have been burning since 1837. since then, generations of artists have been handcrafting luxury blown glass and crystal. however, things are taking on a new shape and america's oldest glass company. >> because of pairpoint's history and pedigree, it was an amazing opportunity to
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recently became the latest owne, or as they see it, steward of this legendary company. >> when gary and i first got here, we decided to change the vision of the company. >> the vision they say is to go beyond the traditional while keeping the tradition of exquisite glassblowing techniques alive. an example of pairpoint's new direction? >> this is a mock-up of a chandelier that we're building for a casino. >> the sandwich company has been commissioned to create five massive 8-foot wide by 8-foot casino in upstate new york. it will consist of over 3,000 of these orange glass drops. >> those guys are going to be busy. >> they've been busy. >> another nod to its history. the return of a pairpoint original. the brothers are reintroducing the famous control bubble doorknobs. >> we spent a year and a half reverse engineering these great knobs for designers, for homeowners and for the
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combining color recipes dating back more than 180 years with a clear vision toward the future, pairpoint is focused on preserving this brand and art for generations to come. what's neat on those control bubble knobs, it's a process that only those guys know how to do. but if you look at the knobs, you look straight in, you see their symbol "p" with the diamond that's placed inside those knobs. so if you get one in your >> a little treasure there. >> a little treasure in the weather. grab a sweater. >> take a look at this. this is a time lapse during the past, roughly, hour or so. and take a look at that sun starts lapping at the horizon and then right in here you're going to notice all of a sudden the edge of the building there getting some of the direct sunshine. there it is. so sun came up at about 6:35 this morning. it sets at 6:35 this evening.
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couple of days ago during the equinox? well, it's because the sunrise happens as soon as the top disc of the sun hits the horizon and the sunset is defined when the bottom of the disc -- the top of the disc sinks below the hordeson. so that time is added to the daylight and subtracted from nighttime. that's why we have exactly 12 hours between sunrise and sunset later than the equinox in fall. wind becomes and the humidity quite low. very, very comfortable outside. but that is a give and take. with the gusty winds, we have an elevated fire risk for today. if you're doing any brush burning, check with your fire kept. 49 in boston. that's the first time since may that we've sunk below the 50 degree mark in town. taunton and norwood some of the cold spots. frost advisories north and west of worcester until 8:00. another hour and 12 minutes or
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clear skies out there. bright and beautiful. no rain until we make it into the nation's midsection. that's a frontal boundary. ahead of it it's quite mild. temperatures in the 60's and 70's already west of the great lakes and down the mississippi valley. contrast that with our 40 and 50-degree reading. there's a warm front in there. that comes our way not tomorrow. tomorrow is equally as sunny but tuesday. it turns more humid. you'll notice a big change to the air. you'll also notice quite a bit of shower activity coming through. some beneficial rain looks like it will be happening first thing in the morning and lingering through a good chunk of the afternoon. so some steady showers more than likely. front doesn't work its way offshore until later in the afternoon and it may get stuck providing the cape and islands with more showers during the nighttime hours as well. highs 60 to 65 under sunshine.
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tomorrow, let's rinse and repeat. lots of sun. a few filtering clouds in the afternoon. 64 in worcester and 67 in nashua. tropical storm karl heading out. no problems from karl anytime soon as it continues working up toward the shipping lanes of the north atlantic. but we also have our eyes on this tropical wave out toward the eastern atlantic waters. models are taking this westward toward the leeward and windward islands, and it may have som our forecast in early october. that's a ways away. not that far away. we have lots of times to see how that parses out. lots of sun for today and tomorrow. a wet day for the umbrella on test. more showers on into thursday and friday before we clear out for the weekend. guys, to you. >> thanks, a.j. you love thomas'? >> i love english muffins.
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>> we are talking about special places known only to a favored few until now. "chronicle's" ted reinstein takes us to a nook or is it a cranny in boston's north end. >> all saints way, a private way on battery street is peter's 30-year labor of love. so how do you describe this? >> this is my personal shrine. one d about it. i said i'd like to make something different, you know. >> different is putting it mildly. where others have throwaway space for trash cans and garden gear, he has a tribute to all things saintly. >> it's an expensive hobby you
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>> the closer the shrine grows to the heavens, the more it atracks pilgrims from all over the world. and he never fails to impress with his knowledge. who's your favorite saint? >> >> i went to saint anthony school. he's one of the biggest stants around. >> pretty superstart saint. >> do you use saint anthony if you can't find anything? >> that's him. >> visiting hours at all saints way can be hit or miss. he works at the nooked and crannied union oyster house a few blocks away. how do people get to see it? >> keep on trying. >> and tomorrow on "chronicle," the boss told j.c. monahan she was going off to paris, mexico, leaving off the bit about maine. you can travel the world without ever leaving the pine tree state. plus, how alcohol mary roads got its name. traveling in weird names
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works. >> i went to catholic school. >> it's uncanny. >> i'm always losing stuff. >> busy guy. 6:51 is your time. we're following several breaking stories. >> several people stabbed in early morning fight in boston's theater district. and an arrest in the deadly mall shooting in washington state. what police there are saying about the suspected gunman this
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>> we're following breaking news in boston. at least six people are injured after a fight in the theater district. the fight broke out on tremont street. >> and we're following breaking news in boston. firefighters are on the scene of a three-alarm fire in roxbury. the fire started in the basement of a building on elm hill park around 4:00 this morning. one firefighter was brought to mass eye and ear to be evaluated. nine people are now without a home this morning. damage estimated at $750,000. the cause of the fire is under investigation. and we are following breaking news out of washington state. police make an arrest in the
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arcan cetin nearly 24 hours after the mass shooting that left five people dead inside the macy's department store. they describe him as being zombie-like as he was placed under arrest. >> a boil water effect now in hamilton issued after a major water main break. the order will be in effect until test results are back. that means residents cannot drin it is boiled first. >> the red sox are in the postseason. the magic number for the sox to clinch the a.l. east is three following the win in the blue jays' victory over the yankees. they play again this afternoon. >> well, a group of cheerleaders honoring one of their own in her fight against stage 4 melanoma. >> 13-year-old leigha hedtler of
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but her treatment at dana farber working. she was not going to let cancer keep her from doing what she loves. the rockets gave her flowers along with the winning game ball. all proceeds will go to the jimmy fund. love the smiles. >> community pulling for her and her family. a chilly start to sunday morning, a.j.? >> first time boston's down below 50 degrees since i for one may switch over to a hot coffee today as opposed to iced coffee. >> you heard it here first people. >> the humanity. 60's for highs and tomorrow. next chance for wet weather not until tuesday. that's your umbrella day. otherwise, it looks to be a picture-perfect day for today and tomorrow. low humidity, i'm trying to -- can i think of anything more?
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>> or beachgoers. >> they started making snow. >> stop it. >> the snow blowers are on. >> not ready for that. >> dress rehearsal. >> i'm not ready for it either. >> we're going to take a quick break. we'll be back in about an hour. >> okay. "good morning america" starts
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good morning, america. breaking news overnight captured. the suspect wanted for killing five people in a washington state mall. picked up by police. >> he said nothing. he was kind of zombie-like. >> who he is and how they got him as we learn more about the horrifying new videos of the shooting in charlotte. police feeling the pressure and releasing the video of the moment they opened fire on keith lamont scott. the new angles and what they show. >> does not make sense to us how it was possible that this incident resulted in the loss of life. >> his hand. >> where the investigation stands right now. flash of the candidates. their date with the debate now

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