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>> i feel healthy. emotionally i have been through a huge amount. >> as nathan carmen arrives he survived seven days at sea in a life raft. his mother has not been found. >> it would like to think the myself. >> nathan's mother dropped him off after flying in from california. his or deal began a week ago. he and his mother plan to finish off the coast of rhode island. in his conversation when he was rescued by a freighter he said the engine was acting up. >> it was a funny noise in the
it dropped out from under my feet. when i saw the life draft i did not find my mom. did you find her? >> we have not been able to find her yet. >> police officers were at his home looking for evidence of a possible crime of reckless endangerment. a search warrant chose investigators took a modem and a letter he nathan had been doing his own mechanical repairs on his boat which could have made the boat unsafe out in the ocean. it is not clear where that investigation stands but nathan is back home and he has not been charged with a crime. >> a fire in a providence, rhode island hotel is tied to a suspected drug lab created happened at the hilton garden
a fire broke out and toxic sensors went out. the hotel had to be evacuated. maria: former israeli president shimon peres has died. commitment 2016. ban and: donald trump is holding his first rally. what he is saying tonight. >> donald trump proclaiming victory despite most polls giving hillary clinton the edge and tonight, comments he made on the debate stage sparking new controversy. donald trump laming bad questions and a spotty microphone for his debate performance and warning hillary
also holding back. i did not want to do anything to embarrass her. >> his outreach to the latino community still overshadowed. ms. clinton: one of the worst things he said was about a woman in a ute contest. he loves beauty contests, supporting them and hanging around them. he called this woman miss piggy. then he called her miss housekeeping because she was latina. she has become a u.s. citizen and you can bet she is going to vote this november. >> the campaign released the video of the former venezuelan beauty queen hours after the debate. >> she weighed 117 pounds and she went up to 160 or 70. this is someone who likes to eat. >> despite his attempt to appeal
elaborated calling machado and her weight a problem. >> are you concerned he will not show up? ms. clinton: i will show up. if i am the only person on stage i am the only person on stage. >> she returns tomorrow for a rally and trump heads to new hampshire. maria: chris christie again denying any knowledge of the bridge gate scandal. even as a former ally testified that he know about it. david wild stain -- wildstein said christie left about the lane closure and seemed happy about it. the four-day lane closure was allegedly payback for the mayor of four lake, new jersey for not
losing tens of millions in bonuses over a failed practices scandal. thousands of employees have been fired for allegations they opened up millions of customer'' accounts without their customers' permission. the ceo giving up $41 million in stock awards in any bonuses for 2016. he is a person that was grilled by elizabeth warren on capitol hill. bridge. traffic is going over that quite nicely. we are in a fall-like feel. harvey: it will change in the sense that it will get easy, cool, and damp feeling by morning. right now behind us there is rain on nantucket. we will give you a closer look. it is significant rain.
, oranges, and read -- reds. look what happens. look at the green, the light green. those could be elements of drizzle coming in as the northeast wind freshens overnight into tomorrow morning. we do expect it to be cloudy or becoming cloudy and it could become a little bit damp as well and kind of for a would that northeast -- northeasterly wind. cooler to the north. what i am following closely are those 40's in greenville. that chillier coming over the water picks up moisture and that is how we get spotty drizzle. be aware of that for the morning commit. how long the jury conditions will stick around -- dreary conditions will stick around. maria an experimental helicopter : crashing in new hampshire, the pilot expected to be ok.
state police and the faa are involved in the investigation. new information about this deadly crash at a newton pizza restaurant. court documents show the suv may have been speeding up to 80 miles an hour before the crash. bradford casler is charged with slamming into sweet tomatoes in newton in march. the impact moved a nearly 4,000-pound pizza oven about four feet. two people were killed, several injured. casler has multiple sclerosis, but prosecutors say that was not a factor in the crash. ed a massachusetts state police : trooper has been indicted accused of beating a chase suspect in new hampshire earlier this year. you can see the video. trooper joseph flynn faces two simple assault charges. sky 5 was over the may 11 arrest of richard simone of worcester. a new hampshire state trooper has already pleaded guilty to
maria: new at 11. the mother of bella bond will testify against her ex-boyfriend at his murder trial. bella bond is the two-year-old girl whose body washed ashore on deer island last june. rachelle bond claims michael mccarthy was responsible for bella's death, although she also faces accessory charges. bella became known as baby doe because she remained unidentified for months after her body was found. no parole for murderer rod matthews. he'll spend at least five more years in prison for beating his classmate, shaun ouillette, to death 30 years ago. this is the third time matthews was denied parole. shaun ouillette's mom says the six-month wait for the decision was difficult. >> if this is what it takes for the massachusetts parole board
ed: matthews and his victim were both 14 at the time of the crime. a fire captain has been killed mariaa fire captain has been killed: in a house explosion in new york city firefighters rushed in to try and safe the live of captain michael fahey after he was hit by debris from the explosion. it started as a call about a gas leak, firefighters then found what looked like a drug lab and called in police. fahey is the first firefighter killed in new york since 2014. more than a dozen other firefighters and police officers were hurt by debris. the person who rented that exploded home ow mission to mars. and: you have a chance to be on board. jorge quiroga explaining what it will take to get there. jorge: this animation, projecting what a trip to mars will look like. space x ceo elon musk, envisioning colonizing the red within the next century. >> they could save up enough money to buy a ticket and moved
to launch an unmanned mission to mars within 2 years, hoping to land humans by 2024. >> it will be dangerous. the risk of fatality will be high. jorge: no mention today of last month's explosion of a falcon 9 rocket on a launch pad at cape canaveral, a problem musk insists space x has fixed. he says mars travel will take about 80 days . >> it is months or more. jorge musk anticipating a : massive 550 ton rocket, that will refuel in orbit. the space ship with a 100 passengers per trip, large enough for restaurants, movies and game rooms, but dont expect to be traveling coach. initially a ticket will cost about $200,000 per person.
with older men for money. the matchmaking web site sparking a dating debate on a local colleg campus. ed recall alert. : why thousands of boxes of chicken nuggets are being pulled out of stores tonight. harvey: the clearing trend that move in -- moved in for some will not be lasting. maria: a big break about to make these three local teens pop
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>> you're watching wcvb be news 5 at 11. maria a campus controversy at : the university of new hampshire, fer website that pairs up older, affluent men, with younger cash-poor women. the situation raising eyebrows as well as concerns, the ads far from subtle, the fliers solicit young women, ages 18-to-25, to date older men in exchange for the money these so-called sugar daddies offer. the concern? sexual expectations tied to those dates. in many places where the filers have been put up, they're being pulled down. ed: check your freezer.
nuggets. the recall is for 5-pound bags of panko chicken nuggets sold at costco stores across the country. the use by date is july 18, 2017. you can see the exact label of the recalled nuggets on our website or wcvb app. >> ? but you probably soon will. the local group is called 3-d. maria newscenter 5's mary : saladna shows us three teens, who are poised to hit it big in hollywood. >> ? mary: they call themselves 3d.
about to hit the big time. >> 3-d is three-dimensional. we are all unique with our voices. mary: jazmin alexis, meadow anderson and emily shively are students of the voice and artist development program at musicball entertainment in quincy. the ladies, ages 13 & 14, got along so well off stage, manager/ producer mike caputo realized they might just be the trio he has been looking for. >> i wanted young -- a mary: that was months ago. nine for the girls, there was a little initial skepticism, until they got together and recorded, . >> we are like sisters. it is so easy working with them. it is a lot of fun. >> rio is try to give each other advice. no hard feelings when it comes to that stuff.
the olympics; hours and hours of rehersal, 6 days a week. caputo knows what it takes to make a hit, he's managed a lot of talent including the boston-based pop group lfo, their song summer girls hit number 1 on the charts. >> ? mary: after a recent trip to los angeles, caputo is convinced 3d is on the brink of their first big break. >> the president of disney fell in love with them and a guy named vincent herbert discovered lady gaga, he said halfway through the first song, stop. if you want a record deal you have one. >> everyone out there has such good energy and we met so many cool people and i think this is going to go big. i am really excited. maria: the day i discovered them.
>> their music went out and they kept singing. wow. maria: what were you doing when you were 13? mary: not bad. ed: harvey, what were you doing when you were 13? harvey: getting bar mitzvah'd. you also know that we need rain so desperately. we picked up some this just under a quarter of an inch in boston. half an inch on -- and three quarters of an inch in nantucket. they are getting additional rain now. on the western end it is raining pretty hard. there are some bands of rain that will move across nantucket. while that is happening the wind will start to pick up out of the northeast. that will bring in the low clouds and maybe some pockets of
it could be damp in spots due to this possible pockets of drizzle. it will be that cool, damp, rough feeling. to get used to it. we'll have that feeling for a good couple of days as we get caught in a blocking weather pattern. the air is pretty chilly when you get as far north and that will travel over the ocean and modify a little and then pick up the moisture. that is how we get the low clouds area or the temperatures early tomorrow. not a big temperature worcester mainstay in the mid 50's once it's in respect to those temperatures. you can see the clouds as they back in with the areas of drizzle. notice how the clouds stick around wednesday, wednesday night. northern new england and western new england make it a little bit of partial clearing temporarily. we are missing most of the storm. this one that is getting nantucket. there will be a few more that,
especially south shore going through thursday, thursday night into friday. there may be a breeze -- a brief attempt at clearing but it will not last. and then the rain will build friday or friday night into saturday. that is how i think it will pan out. we're keeping a careful eye on this tropical wave. all indications are it will get its act together into next tropical storm named matthew. moving through parts of the caribbean with the possibility about five days from now, it did -- turns northward and of it keeps doing that it could find itself off the east coast of the united states. cloudy and cool, damp and raw is the way it will be from late tonight into the start of the weekend. should be a little bit better on sunday. we get better on monday and
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or $549 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. mike: in the words of bill, where onto wednesday. the sox lost to the yankees, the blue jays beat the orioles so the magic number remains at one and the earliest the sox can clinch is tomorrow night. mookie betts has to be one of the leading candidates. he lost it in the lights yet he was in position at the last moment, the ball wound up in his glove.
doubled up the runner at first base. it's fast forward to the seventh inning. red sox down 4-2. he hits his anger. -- a zinger. look at this pitch. he muscles it into right field, game is tied at four apiece. tyler austin gets a home run off david price. the has given up tonight. red sox lose, six-for the final. both jimmy garoppolo and jacoby brissette were at practice today. both were in full pads and uniform. neither picked up a football and threw it during the 10 or so minutes the media was allowed to videotape, no sane coach would ever permit that given the circumstances. this isn't limited to bill belichick, a high school coach
injured quarterbacks let alone anything else. he opened the box for a diamond ring and the ring popped out. they lost the ring. so all the people in the section are looking for the ring. look at the woman on the left. maybe it is in there. i don't know where it is. they keep looking, look at the boyfriend, he is standing up now. i have lost the ring, i have lost the girl, i lost my entire life savings, what am i going to do now? of all the places they one place they finally found the ring in the cup of her -- and the -- in the cuff of her pants. she's got the ring, he's got the girl, the yankees win and everybody lives happily ever after. she says yes and there is a big hug and kiss. you got it.
>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- j.k. simmons - from viceland, action bronson - and music from air. and now, if it's all right with you, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, how you doing? thank you very much. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for all the noise. before we start tonight, i have a message.