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memory card, and a note he wrote. the search warrant says carman's boat had problems and repairs he made himself may have made the boat dangerous. no charges have been filed. harvey joins us now. did you enjoy the rain this morning? harvey: i did. heather: we sure need it. harvey: we won't get much more immediately but right now it has pushed south of the area. temperatures in the upper 60's and low 70's, i want you to keep a careful eye on the chilly air in northern maine because the wind will pick up tomorrow that will drag the cooler air down. as that northeasterly wind starts to pick up, the other thing is that the clouds will
period of rain off to the south. we will take you through the weekend in a little while. ed: new at 5:30, an unsolved mystery decades later. a six-year-old boy vanished in lynn back in 1996. heather: tomorrow marks twenty years since he disappeared. newscenter 5's juli mcdonald is live in lynn tonight. juli? juli: this park behind me, the town common, is the last place jesus was seen. in the days follow street set up road blocks even drained a nearby pond. no child, nor any remains were ever found. >> it's been 20 years. it seems like yesterday. where is he? where is he? juli: a tragic milestone for the city of lynn wednesday two decades since 6-year-old jesus de la cruz was lured away by the promise of a new bike. >> the friend gave us a statement they were on the
male with long dark hair. he had a dog with two different eyes, a white eye and a brown eye. juli: chief kevin coppinger was a lynn lieutenant when jesus first went missing. as desperate as he is for closure from an investigative standpoint, his heart still aches for the family who's missed him all these years. >> you just think, what if? what if he was 26-years-old today? what did you miss over the last 20 years? for a parent as your kid grows up, all those activities, events, vacations, school, milestones. juli: and he can't help but wonder how different this story may have ended today. >> there's cameras everywhere, private residences and buildings. public property. everybody has a cell phone camera. who knows if somebody would have filmed something? who knows if jesus would have had a cell phone in his pocket? juli: there are several lynn police officers still at the department today who worked the case 20 years ago. jesus' father still calls them every year, never giving up
>> it could've been our kid. your kid, my kid. another coworker's kid. that's where it hit home. juli: the man who matched a description of the suspect and had a dog with different colored eyes was arrested on another warrant at his home was searched . police found handcuffs and duct tape but not enough evidence to charge and. juli mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5. heather: right now, boston police are searching for suspects in a deadly shooting in jamaica plain. officers were called to the away from the jackson square t stop. police found a man suffering from several gunshot wounds to the torso. that victim, in his 40's was taken to the hospital where we are told he was pronounced dead. police are looking for surveillance video in this area for any clues that might lead to an arrest. ed: and taking a look at first alert traffic. you can see lovely clouds in the
the traffic are moving ok. let's go through the area and see what it looks like. drivetime is a little slower over here. if you go north it's about the same, 25 minutes. 93 to newton corner, moving along pretty well. it's under a half-hour, 95 south, to 90 is a seven minute ride. heather: new at 5:30, mission to spacex unveiling plans to get you there. newscenter 5's mary saladna has the details from the newsroom, mary? mary co spacex ceo elon musk says he plans to launch an unmanned mission to mars within four years, he hopes to be landing humans there by 2025. the billionaire launched a much anticipated video presentation today, he says the goal is to colonize the red planet. here's how spacex plans to do it -- a massive 550-ton space rocket that will re-fuel in orbit. the ship will carry 100
a restaurant, movies, games, everything you'll need to be comfortable on the marathon voyage. musk predicts transit time could be as low as 80 days. musk says a ticket would initially cost about $200,000 per person. >> almost anyone, if they saved up, could buy at to get : less than a month after a dramatic explosion of a spacex falcon9 rocket, the basic type of rocket booster that would propel the mars shuttle. musk says engineers have targeted and fixed the problem that caused last month's explosion, he expects to launch another rocket in november. musk says self-sustaining civilization on mars will probably take between 40 to 100 years. in the newsroom, mary saladna,
heather: i'd love to see it. ed: a member of the bush family joining the faculty at harvard. heather: the politician set to teach and lecture this fall. ed: chaos in congress. the collision course in the nation's capital that could lead to a government shutdown. plus -- >> i was joined with others and loss, so i didn't feel alone. heather: turning loss and addiction into healing, recovery and art. the unique project and the of paint. interviewer: what would you do with fand a smartphone?ll man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote? man: really? galvin: you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts driver's license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com.
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jeb bush will be hanging out on campus at harvard this fall. he will be a guest instructor for the kennedy school and his first lecture is set for thursday. the school says he will be talking about problems with economic and social mobility in the u.s. heather: four more days. if democrats and republicans don't reach a compromise, the government will run out of money and shut down. newscenter 5's diane roberts has the latest from our washington bureau.
end in a government shutdown. the gop funding bill helps flood ravaged louisiana, addresses the opioid epidemic, and fights the zika virus. >> can it really be that democratic leaders have embraced this function so thoroughly that they taken noncontroversial funding bill over -- what, exactly? reporter: democrats say >> they will be dealing with consequences for the rest of their life. this is no joke. what are we supposed to be doing it. if it isn't to protect the most vulnerable people? reporter: republicans a they will address it in a separate measure. >> i will not negotiate in the media. we think the proper places the water resources bill. reporter: the collision would happen in days, at the end of
that we are four days away from watching the government shutdown. reporter: the vote this afternoon stalled the bill for now. it would have funded the government through december 9. brian roberts, wcvb newscenter 5. heather: the recent this picture of a sink got a student suspended from school. ed: tom hanks adding another role to his already impressive resume. the list he has been added to. nicely to the north and west, but i don't expect it to stay that way. why that type of weather pattern wille back one in eight women will face breast cancer.
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for a roller coaster crash that left five people seriously injured in england. two people had to have their legs amputated after two cars collided in june of last year at the alton towers amusements park. in today's ruling the judge called t basic safeguards because an operator overrode the coaster's computer system. ed: a reversal of punishment for a student at a suburban detroit high school who documented poor water quality at the school. hazel juco took a picture of discolored water coming from a sink at john glenn high school in westland. she talked about it in her newspaper class, then posted it to her facebook and twitter page. then she got a three-day suspension.
because our school obviously doesn't have money. ed: juco was suspended because the picture was taken inside a rest room. the school district's superintendent overturned the suspension because it highlighted a building problem, and did not violate privacy rules. evacuations as a wildfire destroys homes in the santa cruz mountains of california. the flames are tearing across the mountains south of san francisco. the fire broke out yesterday, as the usually cooler coastal area is now caught up in the statewide heatwave. firefighters say this time of year is usually when the state has the largest and most damaging wildfires. heather: it strongly and have the wind coming in. but we are giving a little relief. harvey: a little. rainfall totals are in from what happened toward the morning and
and over half an inch -- we still have a long way to go, though. at least we are in seemingly a slight weather pattern but really, i don't think we will do too much of this unless something happens with one of the potential systems i am talking about. deficit in boston and its will get updated. we are watching a tropical wave which i feel has a strong chance of developing into a tropical depression and storm. it does not quite have circulation but it's not that far away from happening either. it is early in the game but it looks like it will move through parts of the caribbean with a strong indication that it would move northward.
would not be determined until we get into next week. the rain they came through his offshore -- it has been moving in from the west. but i don't think it's going to be as simple as that. tomorrow the wind will start coming slide down the coast -- it will pass over the waters and will likely pick up some moisture which will throw low clouds at us. as the wind increases it will do a couple things -- it may even bring some spotty mist. often starts at around 59 tomorrow and as that northeasterly wind strengthens it will keep the air cooled
up tomorrow, so a bit of rain but it looks like the bulk of it will stay offshore. if we do get wet to most of it will be drizzle off the ocean. the only problem is once it sets up it will be hard to stop it. we bring the cloudiness in and then it sticks around for a couple days with a bit of rain here and there, but probably nothing heavy something may happen friday night or saturday as the rain works off but the first part of the weekend could be on the dem side. the other thing i will keep an eye on is the ohio valley spinning, but then it will begin to move to the area around the first half of the weekend and that may be the period that will get some rain. it should start to improve early next week.
it could be moving not that far off the race but also the foliage -- this is basically what you usually see what the fall foliage and we will give you more specific information as we get closer to it. ed: the protestors who rushed the dancing with the stars stage earlier this month when olympic swimmer ryan lochte was on stage have been charged. the two men have been charged with two misdemeanors leaving a spectator area and entering a stage and interfering with a performance. next week. heather: a potential new venture for disney. the company is reportedly interested in buying twitter. bloomberg reports disney is working with a financial advisor to make a possible bid. twitter is reportedly seeking an acquisition deal worth about $30 billion. a deal would give disney, the owner of abc and espn, a new online outlet for entertainment, sports, and news. microsoft is also reportedly in
"hamilton" makes its debut on the stage in chicago tonight. the tour will feature its own cast and hit 12 cities over a two-year run. the show will be part of broadway in boston's 2017-2018 season. exact dates have yet to be announced. ed: tom hanks -- it wasn't really a photobomb, he just takes a picture. park this weekend when he crashed a just-married couple's photo shoot. the 60-year-old congratulated the couple, posed for a few more pics and then offered to officiate their ceremony. who knew he was an ordained minister? the actor later tweeted a pic with the newlyweds offering his
heather: works of art layers and layers thick, each one telling a unique and personal story. ed: the local project that's helping people heal through painting. new at 6:00, police sharing this scary crash video the warning they want drivers to heed. heather: we're also hearing from 9-year-old twins from lynn. they squabble like care for each other when accounts. ed: plus, thanks for the memories. david ortiz's heartfelt letter to fans yankees fans. we'll explain new on newscenter
unique art display to life. 14 paintings going up, each canvas painted over and over. >> i like to show what i was in for. heather: each layer of paint another stage of healing. >> and layers and layers and layers of love, emotion, grieving. heather: susan rawlinson's son steven jones was murdered three years ago. he was trying to break up a fight. he was 21. >> it's an egg that goes on. heather: that ache hurt a little less each time susan picked up a brush. >> color can tell you a lot about emotions. heather: dara pannebaker from the artists group of charlestown teamed up with the charlestown coalition. they brought three groups together, including people who suffered trauma and women in recovery. most of them didn't know each other. >> while their life experiences
they put down initials, dates, broken hearts. heather: the canvases were passed from one person to the next, each adding a personal touch. when each one got full they'd paint a new layer right on top. >> the colors got brighter, the mark scott later, but then they saw the beauty coming up from the canvas and it was amazing. >> they were able to release those feelings and emotions built up inside them. their. heather: each stroke, each new layer, helped victoria mullaney. she's in her recovery for substance abuse and working through the grief of losing her brother. >> i wanted to really represent my brother -- he was a musician and artist. heather: her group created rest in paradise. victoria says all the pain buried in there brought progress. >> the fact that we are even talking about my brother without
this is something happy for me. heather: and for susan -- >> i was joined with others in loss so you didn't feel alone. heather: the layers are filled with memories of her son and 3 other young lives lost to violence. the experience giving her hope, and new friendships. >> we are all connected in a way, the power of that, coming out of the painting. exhibition wraps up tomorrow night. the public is invited to the closing at the stove factory gallery in charlestown from 6:00 to 8:00. each painting will go up for sale with the money benefiting the work of the charlestown coalition. ed: newscenter 5 at 6:00 starts right now. a young man rescued at sea, the documents that could reveal what
drivers to heed. harvey: today's rain only a little help in battling the drought. ed: big papi's big thank you. his message to yankees fans. >> from boston these leaders, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 6:00. ed: police executing a search warrant at the home of a man who was rescued at sea. boston today -- his mother was also on the boat and is missing and presumed dead. todd kazakiewich frank:'s life were they spent most of the day talking to the coast guard. todd: and from the police's perspective the case is closed but we are now learning about the search warrant in vermont. they're investigating him for reckless endangerment for taking
>> there was a funny noise in the engine compartment and i saw a lot of water. i was bringing one of the bags forward and it dropped from under my feet. todd: while still out at sea, he described the circumstances leading to the shipwreck that left him a draft in a liferaft for eight days, and left his mother presumed the freighter that found in 100 nautical miles south of martha's vineyard delivering to the coast guard. his boat left the night of september 17. he and his mother were heading out for a fishing trip. the coast guard has no plans to resume the search. a search warrant executed at his vermont home last night states there is evidence of reckless endangerment.
of repair. he was doing some of those repairs himself, which could have rendered the boat unsafe. also, police in rhode island alledge he was intending to go further out than the destination his mother told a friend. and police in rhode island interviewed another boater who says that he stated before departure that the plan was to head to black canyon, 100 miles out, not the island. we want to make it clear that this poi h heather: new at 6:00, court documents released today, providing new details into a deadly crash at a pizza shop. bradford casler is accused of slamming his suv into the sweet tomato's in west newton last march. today we learned that police believe casler was driving between 70-and-80 miles-per-hour before the crash. investigators says the impact moved a nearly 4,000-pound pizza oven between 3.5' and 4'. two people were killed, several