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>> from boston's news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at noon. erika: we begin with breaking news. a man found in the life raft 100 nautical miles from martha's vineyard after his mother's boat sank finally back on solid ground. nathan carman was missing for a week for being rescued by a passing freighter. his mother is still missing and presumed dead. thank you for joining us. heather: carmen is talking to the coast guard. sera congi was at the dock when he arrived.
survivors debrief. rescue boaters will go through. the coast guard to find out exactly what happened on his boat as well mother who is presumed dead. wearing a white suit, nathan carman stepped down the orient lucky, the friendship that rescued between the two-year-old sunday. carmen climbed onto a coast guard boat in boston harbor which brought him back to shore after his mysterious journey. he surviving for a week on a life raft with food and water. carman and his mother went fishing when the coast guard said their boat sank off the coast of new york. carmen reported getting into his life raft but no sign of his mother. >> it was reported when the boat started taking on water he got his life raft, he went looking for his mom to get into the liferaft and he could not find
coast of martha's vineyard. his mother is presumed dead in the search for her has been suspended. family friends are devastated. >> thrilled that they found him and i was devastated that linda was not with him. sera: the coast guard plans to question him to discover exactly what happened. carman is living with asperger syndrome. he was been -- he has been in the news he has a lawyer with him today who pledges to be with him in any interview that might be required of him. heather: following more breaking news. a new york city fire chief is dead, killed in a house explosion. firefighters responded to this gas week in this home and he notified police after finding what appeared to be an illegal drug lab.
fahy was in the middle of evacuating the house when there was an explosion and he were struck by debris. erika: you're looking at live pictures of boston. cindy, you say we are in for a long stretch of gloomy weather. cindy: you can see the last of the raindrops that all of us benefited from this morning still hanging on in the outer cape nantucket and martha's vineyard boston especially to the north and west. clearing in the wake of this frontal boundary but behind it we have an area of low pressure sitting in spending and this will cut off and sit here for the next several days and bring moisture off the ocean. the clearing trend we seeing this afternoon is not going to last. mid and upper 60's and google sneak up into the lower 70's with a mixture of clouds and
low 70's today. as we get into tonight after some early clearing, clouds offshore will start to back in and we are making up this waking up to murky skies. erika: boston police are searching for suspects in a deadly shooting in jamaica plain . officers were called to the street just been from the jackson square t stop. police found a man suffering several gunshot wounds to hospital. he was pronounced dead. police are looking for surveillance video for any clues that might lead to an arrest. heather: a massachusetts state police trooper accused of beating a police chase suspect enhancer earlier this year has been indicted. trooper joseph flynn is accused of assault charges in the may 11 arrest of richard simone. simone was seen apparently
new hampshire ran up and started to violently beat him. new hampshire trooper andrew monaco has already entered guilty pleas for three counts of simple assault. flynn and monaco were arrested after the incident. >> his demeanor, his temperament, his behavior on the state could be seen by everybody. erika: hell of a clinton critiquing donald trump's debate performance last nigs millions of people watched the debate and engaged on social media. maggie: donald trump and hillary clinton sharing the stage side-by-side for the first time last night as the first presidential debate turned into more of a backyard brawl. challenges against each other's character. >> when you try to act holier than thou it really does not work. >> he started his business with $14 million buyout from his
fact. >> you have no plan. maggie: trump started out strong putting clinton on the defensive. >> hillary has experience but it is bad experience. you called it the gold standard of trade deals. the finest deal you've ever seen and then you heard what i said about it and all of a sudden you were against it. maggie: clinton turning critiques of >> you decided to stay home. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing this debate. you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president. >> i was the one that got him to produce the birth certificate and i think i did a good job.
the birther lie was a very hurtful one. maggie: trump blaming what many viewers heard as to the falls on what he claims is a bad microphone. >> they gave me a defective mike. >> anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good mik night. maggie: clinton says she will be there even if she's the only one on s debates really sway undecided voters? heather: thousands taking to google looking up how to register to vote. searches for the phrase register to vote in spanish hit an all-time high. the phrase was google's third trending search spiking to more
tweeted presidential showdown in history. donald trump was the most talked about candidate monopolizing 52% of the conversation. the comments were not all positive. the most tweeted moment, when he set his most president of quality was his temperament. heather: the granite state is the bogus of both candidates. hillary clinton will be at unh tomorrow. i'll trump will hold a rally at the new hampshire sports complex in bedford on thursday. new hampshire's important to the swing state they're currently leading in abc projects clinton would win the presidency with 273 electoral votes. if trump conflict new hampshire from blue to red it is for electoral votes could pull him even with clinton. erika: elizabeth warren coming out against questions. if approved by voters the ballot question would the cap on the
the legislature, teachers and parents and come together to make sure all kids in the state get a first-rate education. heather: the life of a man shot and killed by police on being questioned in connection with the boston marathon has been charged. abraham toda shev -- his wife is accused of making a false statement the fbi. a federal indictment says she told returned to atlanta on a bus when she actually drove him there in erika: 2011. a man wanted in a shooting in size of the cvs will face a judge today. marcus p or lewis. police say he pulled the trigger in the shooting of an 18-year-old in the store last week. the victim is expected to be ok. heather: firefighters say that for alarm blaze at an abandoned middle school in
cancel classes at nearby middle schools yesterday because of smoky conditions. investigators are asking for the public's health -- public's help for any information. the $375,000 grant from the u.s. department of justice to purchase 200 50 cameras that will allow all of the departments officers to be outfitted. the union says they do have questions about the cameras hampshire police or anyone who filled up at two gas stations in town. the stations hit with a super petroleum on south broadway and dusty's citgo on pelham road. police say they do not know how long the skimmers were there but anyone who filled up at the stations should keep a close eye on their accounts. pope francis making it harder to become a saint. the new rules is putting in
heather: if a pregnant woman has morning sickness or may not be a bad thing after all. by health experts they may be a good sign. cindy: clouds are beginning to break this afternoon but the clearing trend is not going to last. the timeline on a cool, damp stretch settling in. erika: suffering from kidney stones? why a trip to the amusement park may ease your pain. >> the 10:00 news on metv boston with maria stephanos and ben simmoneau, on comcast channel 942, verizon 461 and over the
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erika: pope francis making it harder to become a saint. new potential saints must be examined by a panel of medical experts. a two thirds majority is also required to agree that a healing has no scientific or natural explanations. another rule says experts can only be paid through a bank account, no longer in cash. erika: we're getting new numbers on the syrian refugee crisis. 650 refugees have been relocated in new england this year. massachusetts has taken it 145 refugees from the war-torn country. connecticut has found home for 334. heather: authorities in texas coming for clues inside the condominium of a disgruntled lawyer who police say went on a shooting rampage, injuring nine people. erika: it happened outside a houston strip mall where the suspected gunman was later
elizabeth: reports of an active shooter opening fire in this upscale houston neighborhood had police rushing to the scene and unsuspecting drivers scrambling. >> i heard a bam. i heard gunshots. i noticed my neck was bleeding. elizabeth: one of the victims come a kevin cpt work in the medical field came in handy. when he got himself out of the car to try to get help he found himself in more trouble. >> literally within feet of me and shooting at the suspect. i knew i had to get out of there. elizabeth: chap collapsed in the median, one of nine people wounded in the shooting when witnesses say a man armed with a laser sighted rifle took aim at
and killed by police according to investigators they found guns, 2600 rounds of ammo as well as nothing materials in and around his porsche. >> no rhyme or reason for his actions. that's the scariest part. elizabeth: as of this morning chap is one of two victim still hospitalized in authority say they are still investigating, searching for that motive. erika: and bison products. concerns that the meats produced by adams farms slaughterhouse might be contaminated with e. coli. we have more information for you on the wcvb at. new research on air pollution. the wealth organization -- the
interest problems extra heart disease and lung cancer. heather: morning sickness during pregnancy may be a good thing. researchers studied almost 800 women who had at least one miscarriage and became pregnant again read what they found is that the women with nausea early in pregnancy were half as likely to have miscarriages in stillbirths as though who sailed through the first few months. they do say it's unclear whether the results would apply to fit- do you suffer from kidney stones ? if you do, i'm sorry, it's awful. researchers have found an unusual remedy, roller coasters. a study by two michigan state university researchers and it finds thrilling rides may help patients shake out those stones using an artificial kidney model they determine sitting in the back of a roller coaster resulted in a higher passage
over 200 times and apparently with consistent results. that's a lot of roller coaster riding. erika: i'm thinking i'll have a heart attack if i just go on the roller coaster. cindy: i will hold your bag. [laughter] cindy: we've got a green square today. to. cindy: a good soaking rain. we will take every drop we can get. these are some of the rainfall totals across the area. boston, just shy of a quarter inch mark. toward springfield within half an inch to one third in the poster area. brush in the worcester area. totals over half an inch in
a couple of raindrops in the outermost cape in nantucket learned the rains pushed east of you in the vineyard and this is the last batch. everything shifting out in this direction and it is lined up a frontal boundary. the front is getting ready to cross you on the cape. it's only going to get so far and it's on to stall as it runs at the high-pressure. we are seeing clearing with trier air working into the west. boston on north and west and we still have souwe cape and the northwesterly wind is bringing in drier air. you can see patches of blue among the white and we will see breaks of blue throughout the rest of the afternoon. 69 degrees. this number, probably the highest it's going to be this week. today will be the warmest day we have left this week.
degree-mark from norwood the taunton and in the mid-60's at the cave where we are in the clouds. by 3:00 this afternoon would a lot of clouds around the cape but elsewhere, brighter skies. give her into the evening hours notice how we try to clear out. that will be temporary. this bank of clouds coming down off the ocean. it starts to back in. the wind will shift to the northeast and that will bring low-level moisture off thece overnight temperatures drop back into the 50's on average. with this front kind of stalled out along the coastline is going to keep clouds around and this northeasterly wind start to freshen up and that wind direction is not going to be a good combination. it could be cloudy, cool and damp. these are the highs. we are starting out in the 50's
wind is going to be gusting at times over 20 miles per hour along the coastline. it's doing the same thing on thursday so we are setting up with a stalled out with a pattern that's going to keep as unsettled with a lot of clouds and gusty wind along the coast. we have a tropical wave that is forecast to strengthen likely becoming matthew. toward the caribbean pen they make a turn toward the but not -- toward the bahamas. and damp. i don't expect much more than periodic drizzle. this is the setup with cutoff low pressure just spinning to our south and west for the next several days it's going to be the end of the weekend before it starts to lift out and our weather improves. friday night to saturday we may get organized showers and behind that some improvements, but it's going to be a long unsettled
heather: president obama addressing the white house tribal missions conference. before he spoke he took part in an honoring ceremony. wrapped in a wool blanket and crowned with a straw hat. he told the group the u.s. has made significant progress in improving conditions for native americans but there is much work to be done. don't get between a bear and his lunch. do you even have to say that
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