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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
sclerosis, but prosecutors say that was not a factor in the crash. ed: the numbers are in and is it a record breaker? preliminary estimates from the networks that carry the debate totaled 81.4 million viewers and if that is true, it would easily beat the previous record for the 1980 reagan carter debate -- that doesn't even count the live janet wu reports that both candidates focused on important demographics coming into the final weeks of the campaign -- the latino vote and women's vote. >> one down, tow to go. janet: hillary clinton acted like the winter, poking fun at trump and telling supporters he's incoherent and dangerous. on the plane she was more specific. >> his demeanor, his temperament, his behavior on the stage.
temperament and fitness and qualifications to hold the most important job in the world. . janet: her campaign released this video from the former miss universe, who accused trump of sparking several years of eating disorders. >> [speaking spanish] janet: but he doubled down on a call into a morning show, calling her the worst, impossible, gaining massive amounts of weight. but her conference call, organized by the clinton campaign, counterattacked. >> watching this guy again doing a stupid thing with the stupid comment. janet: at the same time he was in miami, his first appearance
community. >> what i really enjoyed -- the numbers came out over 80 million people watched. one of the big dishes in the history of television. we won almost every single poll. janet: the cbs poll he touted was a local station. the other victories were all online polls. traditional polls conducted by cnn and public policy clinton had clinton winning by 62%. heather: a significant ve the case of a massachusetts middle school teacher who was abducted and murdered 24-years ago. liza ziegert was taken on april 15, 1992, while she was working at her night job at a card shop in agawam. her body was found four days later in a wooded area 4 miles away. the hampden county d.a. will release the information tomorrow. ed: murderer rod mathews denied parole. he'll spend at least five more years behind bars for beating classmate shaun oulette to death with a baseball bat. newscenter 5's rhondella
her life's mission to keep mathews locked up. >> he's a sociopath. he had to get rid of the urge to kill someone. rhondella: rod matthews, now age 43, was just a red headed 15-year-old when convicted of the second degree murder of jeanne quinn's son. shaun ouillette was a 14-year-old classmate. matthews beat him with a baseball bat in the woods 30 years ago. murderer rod matthews the first teen in the state to be tried as a parole for a third time. it took six long months this time for the ruling. >> i'm grateful, very grateful. if this is what it takes for the parole board to come to this
wait this long and it almost got me. rhondella: it's an emotional ordeal every time he tries for parole the photo of shaun over mom's bed helps. >> as sick as it sounds, i wanted to prove i could i could murder him. rhondella: the killer emotional at the march parole hearing did apology but, this canton mom is convinced matthews will kill again. there's relief in today's ruling. >> what i'm hearing is not richardson, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: a massachusetts state trooper accused of violently beating a police chase suspect in new hampshire in may has been indicted. trooper joseph flynn is accused of two simple assault charges for his role in the arrest of richard simone of worcester. a new hampshire trooper has already entered guilty pleas to three counts of simple assault. heather: sugar babies and sugar daddies -- clients advertising a
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like to go on a date. nicole knew someone who did. >> $10,000 to go on a date or something like that, something crazy. reid: but here's the danger.many of these services come with sexual expectations and can involve contracts that are difficult to break. one man took them down outside his store. >> i live here, i work here. we probably have 1000 part-timers, all college students. reid: but associated with college, the appeal of easy money could be dangerously enticing. >> i can't personally imagine doing it, but i guess i could imagine somebody being in a situation where it might be. reid: the postings have been removed by many businesses, and the city itself has removed the ads from public property.
>> do you feel like a hero? >> yes. i think my sister. ed: new at 6:00, a young brother and sister on the north shore now share a special bond. heather: a wild crash caught on camera and the warning a local police department has. harvey: in the rain is over for now, but clouds and cool temperatures are in the future. ed: let's go to patriots practice.
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their parents found out their nine-year-old daughter was very ill. and the key to saving her life was locked inside one of their other children. ed: newscenter 5's david bienick tonight on the gift that only a brother could give. david: like a lot of twins, nine-year-olds jake and desi desmond don't always play peaceful board games. >> we fight all the time. over stupi parents found out desi had a rare genetic disease called fanconi anemia. >> i thought we would take a vitamin or go on medicine. david: turns out, it's much more serious. and the only way desi would live beyond her teens was a bone marrow transplant. and the best person on the planet to donate was brother jake. >> how do you bring this subject up?
cry because i didn't know what i was doing. david: for jake, the operation meant a night in the hospital and the chance to push the button that started the flow of his bone marrow into desi's blood. the transplant is not a cure but it gives desi a chance to live much longer. do you feel like a hero? >> yes. david: wife that? >> i said -- i save my sister's life. >> this for her. david: now, desi and jake share not just a birth date but also the same bone marrow even the same dna. however, some things never change. >> we still fight but we don't fight that often. david: with any luck, those sibling squabbles will continue for decades to come. in lynn, david bienick, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: [laughter]
my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it 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. heather: caught on a dashboard camera, a car, spinning wildly out of control on a rain-slicked road crashing into three other
the video released by bourne police today. the crash happened in july, sending six people to the hospital. police reminding drivers to reduce your speed when roads are wet. ed: the red sox are in new york tonight ready to celebrate. all it takes is one win to clinch the american league east. heather: but all the talk in the bronx right now is focused on the retiring big papi. here's newscenter 5's maria stephanos. maria: before david ortiz is honored thursday night he is paying tribute to them. this is an ad already out all over new york city. it is to the yankees fans that he has tormented over the years. the letter reads in part, dear new york, the day you thought would never come is almost here. let's make it one to remember. we share too much history to leave the field as enemies, but i'll always respect you as a rival.
wrote a long reflection on playing in new york for the players tribune here are two key quotes. some players are born to be yankees, you know what i'm saying? i was born to play against the yankees. yankee fans, thank you. for real. you pulled the best out of me. when you boo me, it's one of the best feelings in the world. ortiz was also named designated editor of this week's sports illustrated and picked many of the stories it's the first time history that an athlete has guest-edited an issue. all this and a big weekend of celebrations at fenway park that begin on friday. ed and heather. heather: i love it. [laughter] ed: you know what's in my mind? john elway's last game was the super bowl victory.
ortiz's last -- harvey: i like how you think. let's hope it comes true. this was a little bit helpful. we got some rain this morning, a quarter inch in boston, third of an inch north end west. -- north and west. nantucket almost recorded of an inch of rain. need a lot more. an interesting sky in boston, 65 degrees, the wind off the ocean, and it will stay that way for a number of days. usually when you have a consistent ocean wended rings and moisture at least in the form of clouds and a drizzle and also a cool feel. that is what's on tap for us. right now we are in the 60's, 70's of the tipoff to the cool
low 50's and as the northeasterly wind freshens it will bring down that cooler air from northern maine. by tomorrow morning it will be around 59, the breeze will be off the water in starting to pick up. tomorrow afternoon will not be as mild and it won't even be much milder in the morning. some areas might not even get back to 60 because the rain is off to the south, a little more might come across the cape tonight and tomorrow morning but most of that is going to miss. but we could get some with a northeast wind. even though it has become mostly clear, we can show you how the clouds will likely back in during tomorrow morning and was there with us with the gusty northeasterly wind a little bit
clouds will likely hold pretty firm for a good deal of the rest of the week. it could be a little bit of brightening to the north, thursday or friday, then some rain may move up from the south and then before it moves in. there's a tropical wave that will likely become the next storm, maybe even the next hurricane. it will move their parts of the caribbean and then start turning hw would have to keep a careful eye on it. let's check out the next seven days, clouds, cool temperatures, ocean wind the main themes, more than the rain. at the end of the week or started the weekend, some periods of study or heavy rain are possible. -- of steady or heavy rain are possible. >> now here's mike lynch with sportscenter 5, powered by
toby cassette were in full pads but neither one picked up a football. no sane coach would never permit that given the circumstances. why give your opponent an opportunity to check out the arm strength, mobility, whatever? high school coaches wouldn't do that. meanwhile you can see jacoby brissett both are coming off screens. -- off sprains. >> you get one a year and it is scheduled that way. you prepare for it all year. i find it a little weird when you get so much time, at least you get a few days off. we sit around the house and watch football and you feel like
the week and we have an opportunity to go out on a sunday and try to win, that's all you can ask for. mike: and next up, rick ryan's buffalo bills -- but at home last week they smoked the arizona cardinals. >> always a tough task. they play hard. they're division opponents, so they are always ready to pla matchup. >> you get a lot of different looks. they're very well coached, they play hard. it's an experienced, cohesive unit. mike: bill belichick against rex ryan, like the globetrotters against the washington wizards. he's won nine of the last 10, a
ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the boston red sox can clinch the al east title tonight with a win over the yankees. in fact they can clinch it even if they lose provided the blue jays lose to the orioles. we're keeping an eye on the best record in the american league, and the red sox own it, and if you have the best record, you get to play in the wild-card games. you also have home field throughout the playoffs a tonight, texas will be home with milwaukee, cleveland will be in detroit, and toronto plays at baltimore. meanwhile the celtics are in canfield thursday night. of course there is always the expectation >> i don't know what it means from a wins number or playoff success. too much depends on health and
that we don't know. we have high expectations this year, higher than we have had, and we'll see how that goes. mike: we will be keeping an eye on yankee stadium, the red sox could be the winners of the al east. of course it will probably be over at quarter past 12. [laughter] ed: they have done that before. time now to flash forward to newscenter 5 at 7:00 and 11:00 good evening maria. maria: new tonight on newscenter 52 at 7:00, recalling chicken against. the problems people are finding in their foods. then 11:00, you may not know them now, but you soon will. three local teenagers about to
with the invisible wounds of war, like ptsd. we have information on the concert and how to buy tickets on wcvb.com. ed: the weather will be good tonight? harvey: they should play. one in eight women will face breast cancer. difference death.n life ande planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access
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of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars"
tonight, breaking the record. the most-watched debate ever. donald trump, hillary clinton, and the new fallout this evening. trump upset about his mic. upset about some of the questions. will he do the next two debates? and hillary clinton today, clearly relieved. >> did anybody see that debate last night? >> and the miss universe who says donald trump body shamed her. and trump tonight doubling down. also tonight, the massive and deadly house explosion in new york city after worried emergency calls about gas. the battalion chief and father of three killed in the blast, 20 injured. and tonight, word coming in now of an arrest. the fires and the floods. the emergency evacuations, flaming at least 300 feet high.