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a worcester man is being held without bail, accused of trying to kill his toddler nephew. police saytaj mcdonald called them yesterday, saying he a just killed the toddler who was in his care. the man has been sent to bridgewater state hospital. heather: it has been two months since a little boy drowned at a city run juli mcdonald is live in south boston for us. juli: it was the morning of july 26 that kyzr willis' mother dropped him off and that night his body was recovered here. what happened the afternoon remains a mystery.
weeks of agony for those who love to him and are not sure what happened that day. >> the questions, interviews, to the people who were there -- over 50 people, employees. no one saw anything? a seven-year-old? there has to be some accountability. what happened to kyzr? ju parents and their lawyers spoke at the last place he was ever seen alive. police ruled it was an accidental drowning with no sign of foul play. shows what i have asked for all records pertaining to their investigation. i have not received any response. it is in the hands of the city
are left feeling helpless and are broken. >> it is devastating. it is heart-wrenching. juli: we did speak to mayor marty walsh about this family from message. you will hear from him at 7:00. juli mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5 . ed: there is a twist over a mother and son who at sea. they have a record of fighting over money -- big money. david: good evening. yellow ribbons continue to hang outside linda carmen's home. tomorrow will be to weeks said she went missing at sea and a new chapter and her family history is coming to light.
in the waiting room, a fight broke out over money. >> there was more money to fight about than the average family. david: when a wealthy developer threatened to stop supporting linda carman, she assaulted her father. >> she later told police, "he's not going ut david: he represented her on the assault case and then when he was found shot to death in his home. she submitted to a lie detector test and was cleared by investigators. >> she told me they informed her she passed the polygraph and she would not be hearing from them again.
their attention to nathan, who was arrested as a suspect -- he was named as a suspect but never arrested. investigators have searched the central home in vermont and the mother's home in connecticut where they promote bags of evidence. -- removed bags of evidence. police say they are investigating nathan carman for possible reckless endangerment, but he is not faciny wcvb newscenter 5. heather: david, thank you. 5 investigates -- chief campanella was placed on leave earlier this month for unspecified reasons. the city council has not said why, but sources say that domestic issues were the reason. the city has hired a new
police department. he is nationally known for his work helping heroine attics. ed: commitment 2016 -- and the war of words between donald trump and hillary clinton heating up. reporter: 39 days until the presidential election. it is safe to say the gloves are off for both campaigns. donald trump with an early's dart, -- early start, blasting and its sources or like they're off, saying "if they don't name the sources, the sources don't exist. then trump saying -- check out the sex tape in the past. she helped her become a u.s. citizen so she could help her in the debate. a reference to unleash a much auto -- alicia machado.
fired back saying, what kind of man stays up all night to smear her with lies and conspiracy theories? senator elizabeth warren also had strong words for trump. senator warren: this man is coming unraveled. this is jet fuel for his campaign. attacks on other human beings. reporter: trump refuses to back down, tweeting -- for those people mocking me for tweeting at to answer the call. the san diego union tribune endorsed clinton to no response from trump, although he said that people are canceling's instructions to other papers who endorsed his rival. heather: the commission on presidential debates says donald trump did have audio issues during monday's presidential debate. the republican nominee said he
was an issue, but it only affected sound inside the debate hall. not the broadcast. ed: everything is beautiful. a big weekend for big papi as he begins his final regular-season homestand. heather: and props from this police officer now forever linked to david ortiz. jorge: less than an hour to go before the pregame ceremony. an appreciation for david ortiz. among those working the bullpen -- the cop that big papi made famous. >> bases loaded. jorge: the greatest red sox
propelling the red sox to the 2013 world series. >> that is when i did my thing and i raised my hand. jorge: this iconic image capturing the celebration. the poppy immortalizing the bullpen cap as a local celebrity. >> he raises his hands like i do. jorge: >> i got to have a picture. we are from canada. jorge: and he would be nowhere else. >> he is legendary. he is an awesome guy. he has a big heart. he is a great player. jorge: watching from his special vantage point, the bullpen cop
>> of course, he is the best clutch hitter in baseball. jorge: the love fest continues tomorrow and culminates on sunday. every family receive a commemorative patch. live outside fenway park, jorge quiroga, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: obviously you have the officer doing this -- [laughter] heather: at the same time. just perfect. already in hot water with the law -- ed: now a former new hampshire state rep is accused of selling pot to lawmakers. why those lawmakers won't be facing charges. heather: a patriotic labor of love in weymouth. the special way and 91-year-old veteran is getting involved. harvey: the rain has gotten to fenway. how this will play out for the rest of the weekend and the very
ed: this is new at six ago tonight -- a former new hampshire state representative charged with soliciting an underaged girl now faces new charges, smoking and selling dope to other state lawmakers. prosecutors say kyle tasker sometimes sold it there. the report says at least 5 lawmakers either bought pot from tasker or discussed it. they will not be charged. last week, tasker was indicted on charges of trying to lure a 14-year-old girl for sex. heather: a touching tribute to a former weymouth teacher and veteran. vinny disessa taught at the high
flag on a rock that's been outside the high school since the late 70's is being restored. the 91-year-old even chipped in, painting the bottom stripe of the flag. volunteers from the weymouth fire department is also playing a major part in the restoration. ed: it's quite impressive. heather: very cool. ed: new at 6:00: heartfelt thanks. >> saving my life. i owed them more than i can pay. heather: reunites with the hero nurses who
saved his life while they
ed: they were in the right place at the right time. three nurses from umass memorial medical center were on vacation when they sprang into action to save a man's life. heather: new at 6:00, newscenter 5's nicole estaphan was there today for his emotional reunion with the nurses he calls his angels. gratitude from a man who says physically, but perhaps his face. >> how are you? nicole these steps, this : embrace, may have been impossible for waylond baxter. if it wasn't for 3 umass memorial nurses, in the right place at the right time. >> they saved my life and i owe them more than anything
jumped off this cliff at sacco river. >> the water was kind of shallow. it snapped my c2 and c3 vertebra. the goal instantly paralyzed : from the neck down. >> these are the kinds of cases we deal with the daily basis. nicole: the team held baxter's neck in place until help the goal: they were you reunited for the first time, gratitude trumped only by delighted surprise. >> is not only that you're walking, but how good you are walking, too. >> i saw this wheelchair and i thought, who is this guy? he looks really good. nicole: he is expected to make a 95% recovery.
ed: i was at fenway at 4:30 p.m. heather: and you were drive. ed: and by the time i got back -- a couple miles -- it was soaking. harvey: there are several ways we can prove it is raining at this time. you can see the rain. if we switch over to whether one , we see that it place here. as of 6:00 we had measurable rain in boston. of course, you have more rain farther to the south because that is where the rain is coming from. you can see the darker green. of course we have city cam with the rain on the left. the rain is a little stiff of the coast. it is 50 in the worcester
per hour. the temperatures will not change much, will only go up a few degrees for tomorrow. here is the first wave of moisture. obviously good for a couple hours here. even when it breaks or we get in between these bands, it will not stop completely. it will probably be drizzling because of the low level of the atmosphere becoming so saturated. we have the system spinning around in wheel. nothing is going to happen in the next when he four-plus hours here. at times it is drizzle, at times he is -- it is raining. at times it is raining hard. it could make things less than comfortable for tomorrow night's scheduled game at fenway as well. you can see when we get to sunday we are talking about
here or there but more cloudy than anything else. the patriots game, about 55 degrees, the wind lighter. still a cool, damp field. here is one computer model. eastern mass, southeastern mass and the cape could get an inch or more with more modest amounts off to the west. matthew is a category for -- category all of our computer models -- most of them are tracking them pretty close to jamaica and bermuda. the question is what will it do after this? here is a look at your next seven days. check it out. wet and breezy. still a spot shower possible monday and then we get dry weather tuesday through the rest of next week.
the southeast coast -- i'm talking about the storm it self. then the jet stream will be a very you -- very weak around it. this is something we will still have to watch, but it does not look like a threat, at least at this time. you will be hearing about matthew. see you next hour. i'm meteorologist harvey leonard. >> now here is josh bro gadir with sportscenter 5, powered by extremity. extremity. josh: wendy, rainy, the tarp is on the field. a little less than an hour before they start. there is big papi on top of the green monster. at least to the thank you note is. and 11 game winning streak, looking to get back on track.
for the playoffs. >> i appreciate everyone who has honored me and made me feel good about what my career has been. it's very professional. and after this weekend, we just want to go to the playoffs. josh: he is in his 14th season with the red sox. he wants to end his career leaving the red sox to be playoffs once again. >> what he cares about and what he cares about, those types of things -- being a part of it
playing the game and loving it. it just felt like everyone gravitated towards him. you know, whenever i finally got to know him -- he is one of the best teammates i have ever had. josh: all right, the race for home field. the rangers are in first. they host the race. a win tonight and they kansas city and potentially monday, and makeup game against the joy. to football, and the they just story on the other side of the ball in terms of injury news -- the tele-did wide receiver for the bills is out for sunday program. the patriots back on the field. did not get to see either of the quarterbacks throwing the ball. we are not sure which one will play.
quarterback. jimmy garoppolo has been testing that sore shoulder. we would be very surprised if he does not go as the starting quarterback on sunday. coach bill belichick is not saying anything that does not have to do with sunday program. >> i don't really care about last week. i don't care about two weeks ago, i don't care about last year, i don't care about four years ago. i'm just trying to get bette that is our challenge. it's in the books. it is what it is. josh: all right, rick porcello is supposed to be on the mound for the red sox. live it fenway park, josh bro gadir. wcvb newscenter 5. ed: josh, gravatar. heather: poor got.
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