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>> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- doug: breaking news. two people killed on a head on crash on the cape. the devastating scene this morning. antoinette: explosive revelations in the race for the white house. what reported newly uncovered tax records show about donald trump's financial history. doug: big papi's last home of red sox nation. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. antoinette: and we begin this morning with a live look from fenway park this morning, where the final regular season tribute is underway. look at that big thank you big papi sign out there. good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us sunday, october 2. i'm antoinette antonio. doug: i'm doug meehan.
one more today. then we're into the postseason. but we've got to talk about the tropics. that is ugly. mike: hurricane matthew, maximum sustained winds 150 miles an hour. still a category four storm sitting down here where it's been churning. a little change from yesterday. the track seems to be a little farther to the east, so yesterday was looking like jamaica. now it's looking more towards haiti. that's not going to happen till tuesday. then it moves will impact the east coast. we'll talk more about those possibilities in a few moments. this morning, you're waking up to more gray skies. a little drizzle, especially right near the shoreline. nice showers down in the cape earlier. those have diminished and moved offshore. a band of showers toward orange. not looking for much rain. not nearly as wet as yesterday. i don't know we'll be looking at much sunshine and a cool start to your morning with reading into the 40's and 50's. here's the way it looks through
but there's not a lot of rain showing up that we saw like yesterday. the temperatures are not going to be changing much because of gray skies. we'll talk more about when it clears out and the temperatures warm up. all that coming up in a few moments. antoinette? antoinette: all right, mike. thank you. we are following breaking news right now on the eyeopener. two people are dead following a crash in yarmouth. this is video in overnight from the area of buck island road. police say two vehicles collided head on just around 10:30 last night. a thi injured. the names of the victims have not yet been released. the cause of that crash is still under investigation. doug: also breaking overnight, police are on the scene after a car ran into a home in peabody. one person taken to the hospital. the building inspector called in to assess structural damage to the hometown. antoinette: commitment 2016. both campaigns on the attack after new revelations about
trump's tax records from 1995. he declared a $916 million loss. tax experts tell the paper that filing could have allowed trump to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for nearly two decades. we don't know how much trump has actually paid because he's refusing to release his detailed tax returns. in a statement, trump's campaign didn't deny the figure but said, quote, the only that the more than 20-year-old alleged tax document was illegally obtained. mr. trump is a highly skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, family and employees to pay no more tax than necessary. meanwhile, hillary clinton blasted trump in a late-night
taxes while tens of millions of working families paid them. he calls that smart. antoinette: on the stump in pennsylvania, trump turned his full attention to hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton thinks bernie sanders supporters are ignorant basement dwellers. then, of course, she thinks people who vote us are deplorable and irredeemable. i don't think so. antoinette: and at one point last night, trump physically mocked clinton's health. he called the former secretary of state low energy, saying the job requires stamina. the only vice presidential debate is two days away. tim kaine and mike pence scare off tuesday night. coverage at 9:00 p.m. on wcvb channel 5. then it is round 2 for hillary
is a week from today. that debate also starts at 9:00 p.m. >> there's the drive. high flyball right center field. and the red sox walked off with the win. doug: david ortiz, big papi. for more than a decade, he's been on the field and in the hearts of red sox nation. today, the team and fans will see him step up to antoinette: regular season. we still have october baseball. the eyeopener's sera congi live at fenway park this morning where a very special day is planned. good morning. reporter: antoinette and doug, you'll want to grab your tissues. all eyes will be on fenway filled with tears for david ortiz. this is one of the many tributes planned for him this weekend and another today.
question, big papi is among the greats. three world series rings, number 17 on the all-time home run list and he holds the red sox' single season home run record. other sports legends got their chance to say thank you. former patriots player, hockey legend bobby orr and the boston celtics walked on the team. survivors of the marathon bombing joined them in the pregame ceremony. stephanos asked how big papi wants to see his storied career end. the last game. how does it go? >> two out, bottom of the ninth, fenway park, kimbrel pitching. strikeout. we win the world series. that's what i want for my last
reporter: red sox nation, of course, would be just fine with that ending as well. coming up in our next half hour, an emotional moment on the field with a very special fan. live at fenway park this morning, sera congi, newscenter 5. doug: don't kid yourself. that might happen. right now, two men are under arrest on drug charges. four children were in the home. police found a large amount of what's believed to be heroin during a search of an apartment on cross street. they also found cash and more than a dozen cel 31-year-old frederick diaz and 26-year-old leonardo leger are facing drug trafficking charges. antoinette: we are hearing from a woman who survived a very close call in her home. a pickup truck barrelling right into her bedroom. and as newscenter 5's david bienick shows us, one move may have protected her from that sudden impact. reporter: in less than 75 feet, the pickup picked up enough speed to crash through a brick
next door. >> it sounded so loud, i thought a bomb went off. reporter: the owner had just gone upstairs to take a shower. >> the whole house vibrated. reporter: the owner says his wife was asleep in the bedroom. >> fortunately, she had rolled over to the other side of the bed. everything else had caved in was on the bed. thank god we're all okay. reporter: even though the pickup driver's home is a few feet away, it's outside boston city limits the fire department says the driver appears to have had a medical emergency. the pickup driver is in his 50's. an ambulance took him to beth israel medical center. doug: we're getting new details about that fire that ripped through a dorm at dartmouth college. students were able to pick up some things from morton hall yesterday. two firefighters were injured battling friday night's fire. they say it was even tougher to
under the building's vaulted roof. students are in shock. >> i didn't grab anything. i had my phone. it was barely charged. pajamas on. it was a crazy experience. doug: 71 students impacted by that fire are going to be assigned new housing. it's still unclear how that fire started. a health alert. antoinette: baby food recalled. the deadly bacteria that one brand might contain. also this morning, a look at that. caught on camera. the issue that triggered this wild rollover. doug: and hunkering down in the caribbean. the preparations and precautions as hurricane matthew barrels towards and through the region. mike: we're drying out after yesterday's soaker.
antoinette: page out of the big papi play book. a two-run homer. we will be sharing the great moments from his amazing career all morning right here on the [ clock ticking ] time. you only have so much. that's why we wanna make sure you won't have to wait on hold. and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all... we should fit into your life. [ laughing ] not the other way around.
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product for a refund. doug: more mosquitoes with zika virus have been found in miami beach. zika can cause birth defects in pregnant women. the department says it only found the virus in six of the 4,000 mosquito samples collected since may. this is the first time in two weeks that any mosquitoes with zika have been captured. antoinette: the state department is out of jamaica if they can. hurricane matthew bearing down on the island right now. haiti and cuba are also in the powerful category four storm's path. matthew is expected to pass near the island tomorrow. so right now category four. do we think this is going to strengthen, weaken? mike: what happens when it's around a four, five, it goes up and down, fluctuates quite a bit. rarely do they stay five for long.
eye. that eye indicates how powerful this thing is. we're keeping a very close eye on this, because it may, may, i want to emphasize that, impact the east coast of the united states. but it's several days down the road. there you can see where it's at. it's a concentrated storm. but that eye so well defined right through there. yesterday morning we had a really good eye. then it faded a little bit. now it's back to a very strong category four storm. we put the computer models together, it looks like a plate of it's moving its way a little farther to the east compared to yesterday. that puts haiti under this. this is the way the map looks at 8:00 tomorrow night. these are the projected paths. maybe not as direct a hit as yesterday was feared in jamaica but more of a hit as you look at haiti. because of the mountains there on the mountain of hispaniola, flooding can be a big concern. after that, it's going to take it all week to get into this position right here. this is the way i'm talking
down here. you're going to hear a lot about it. after that, the consensus to the models is not very good. you see a trend pushing it offshore, which would keep it away from us. those are some of the things we'll be watching. i have a couple of really good computer models we look at for long range. here's the u.s. model. this is friday morning. so all that time it takes just to get it over the southeastern part of the united states. but this one really wants to bring it over the top of us but not u monday. it's a long way down the road. the european model yesterday kicking this out to sea, but now it's hanging closer to the coast but staying down to the south a lot longer. the other thing we had going on yesterday was the rain. .71 inches of rain yesterday in boston which puts us above average but still for the year running almost 10 inches to the dry side. since midnight there's been a little rain, but mostly drizzle. you can see where it's focused
most of it was yesterday. i'm not looking for much today. gray skies i am looking at and perhaps a patchy shower. picking up a little one out toward the orange area. it will be diminishing as we head to the morning. not a lot of activity. big low-pressure system brings this back. there's the one that gave us rain yesterday. a little one down here to we talk about tomorrow. let's talk about today. today, gray skies out there and some scattered drizzle mostly this morning. maybe a shower here or there. it will be dry but overcast. tomorrow, have a chance of some afternoon showers in the forecast. we'll start out where we are today. in the afternoon, see how there's more development and mainly out to the west. keep that in mind as you make your plans for monday. when does it clear away?
by the time we head to next weekend, we have to keep an eye on the tropics. it looks like it will stay away. the chance of showers on saturday is because of a different system giving us a chance of rain. dry weather up to that point. it's not until next weekend perhaps into monday of next week that it really may or may not have any impact on our weather. we'll keep you posted. doug and antoinette? antoinette: thank you. it's 5:18. doug: 18-year-old after a chase. police say it started when officers spotted a car with paper plates and tried to stop the driver believing that that vehicle was stolen. the driver failed to stop and at some point he got out of the car and took off running and that's when he was shot. police say they recovered a weapon at the scene. antoinette: a 6-year-old boy shot at his elementary school on wednesday has died. doctors in south carolina say jacob hall lost too much blood.
his father, then drove to townville elementary and opened fire. another student and a first grade teacher were also injured. a motive for the shooting has not been released. doug: dramatic video out of texas. the moment that a school bus flipped over in harris county. witnesses say the bus driver was trying to avoid hitting a truck when she veered off the road. this happened last friday. that driver and 16 students on the bus were injured, but everybod >> now here's josh brogadir with sportscenter 5 powered by xfinity. reporter: red sox looking to fly into the second seat of the a.l. that's the persistence of the blue jays and closer craig kimbrel. chris young getting it done first for the home team.
betts. 2-0 sox after one. jays strike back in the second. kevin pillar takes erod to left center. tied at two. in the fifth, david ortiz, a single to right. no fireworks on this night. but an ovation from the fans for his troubles as he leaves the game, a game far from over, as we would later find out after jays in a run. a wild pitch. this sack fly. 4-3, blue jays win it. sox coming up at 3:00. pats just before that at 1:00. quite a day in sports. i'm josh brogadir. have a great day. antoinette: okay. this week's made in mass will have you craving a snack. doug: grab a beverage while you're at it. we'll look at a scene with the
day. how many potatoes are we talking? >> 51,000 pounds. doug: and that's just one trailer full. the company started almost 80 years ago. depending on the seasonal demand, anywhere from four to six trailer loads will be dropped off in just one day. an intricate maze of machinery mo building that once served as a jail housing civil war spies. take a finger right off? >> definitely. doug: 100th of an inch can be the difference. those razor sharp blades were creating potato sticks.
and crispness, it's off to packing. nearly one million pounds of raw potato pass through a week. they're bagged and bound for your local sub shop or corner convenience store. this operation is nationwide. after the utz company bought them three years ago, this fitchburg plant, the sole provider of potato sticks for all of walmart's 4700 stores. years. it's good to see we keep on growing. doug: makes you thirsty, doesn't it? nothing, and i mean nothing, goes to waste over there. that pure potato starch that they remove prior to the cooking process is repurposed and they make it into things such as adhesives and something you may be familiar with. baby diapers. antoinette: ah! so use the potatoes --
antoinette: smells like something else. doug: moving right along, 5:22 is your time right now. some binge watching plans dashed. antoinette: a popular streaming site down for hours. the viewer back lash. and where they vented. all of that frustration. the actor taking on the late-night role, but first a blast from big papi's past. >> big strong left. hitting only drives one deep into left center. this ball is gone. doug: who knew back then? that was papi's first home run, right, in a red sox uniform, april 27, 2003, against anaheim. by june he was the full-time
some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. doug: looking like another gray day. mike: not the rain we had yesterday. could be spot showers here or there. i think basically just overcast. if you're headed to the memorial 5k emceed by our own cindy fitzgibbon, just a spot drizzle. if you head to fenway, cloudy and cool. 58 degrees. the game this afternoon looks
and the patriots the same thing. perhaps a spot drizzle. when does the sun return? you have to wait until monday maybe, tuesday possibly, wednesday is likely we'll get sunshine back in the forecast. antoinette: there is a new donald trump in town. doug: the republican nominee got the official send-up "saturday night live" style. >> i won the debate. i stayed calm just like i promised and it is over. doug: alec baldwin debuted his trump impersonation last night as the show took aim. kate mckinnon still doing hillary clinton. antoinette: i was wondering who they'd get as donald trump. doug: tony bennett doing donald trump. it was an odd thing. antoinette: good, though. doug: yes. 5:27 is your time.
doug: the big names come out to say goodbye to a sox fan favorite. the celebration planned for big papi's final homestand on the eye. >> you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: big papi's done today but he's not. there's this big sendoff, but we have playoffs to go. they go antoinette: and he keeps on going. doug: good morning, everybody. mike: that's the way to go out. antoinette: on top, on top. doug: all right. i'm sorry. getting distracted there. mike: let's talk about the weather, shall we? cool weather. we talk about the october weather getting cool to play baseball. today is one of those. 50's and 40's. if you have tickets to go to fenway, i don't think you'll be seeing much rain. maybe a spot drizzle here or there. these temperatures are not going
maybe you'll hit 60 degrees. a lot of gray skies, a few scattered showers over the cape and over the coastal areas we're seeing a little bit of drizzle. that will be going on for a while. this area of rain towards orange lifting toward keene is falling apart. this is the way the map looks. gray skies. not much rain happening at all for today. speaking of today, it's not going to get very warm. it's going to be on the cool side. plan it like this. fog and drizzle this morning. maybe a hit or miss shower this afternoon and cloudy afternoon. temperature about 60 degrees, which is a little warmer than yesterday, but not much. then we have hurricane matthew, a powerful category four storm. right now indications are that it would push its way a little bit farther to the east than what it was yesterday, which means haiti may be in line for a category four storm to be moving into that area as we talk about tuesday. much more on matthew and our warmup in a few moments. doug and antoinette? antoinette: thank you. we are following breaking news
two people are dead following a crash. this is video from overnight from buck island road. two vehicles collided head on at 10:30 last night. a third person was seriously injured. the names have not been released. the cause of that crash still under investigation. antoinette: also breaking overnight, police are on the scene after a car ran into a home in peabody. it happened on central avenue and tremont street. one person taken to the hospital. the building inspector was called in to assess structural da york times" claims that gop nominee donald trump lost nearly a billion dollars in 1995 and that could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for two decades. trump blasted it as illegal. antoinette: some of the biggest names in new england sports come together to honor a guy who's always been bigger than life.
with his last home game of the regular season. doug: the eyeopener's sera congi is live at fenway park with the special moments for a pretty special guy to say the least. sera? reporter: very special when you talk about him being larger than life. this banner hanging over fenway park like the man, larger than life. that silhouette of his signature move, kissing up to the sky and to the crowd. let's hope he does that today when he takes that on home ground this regular season, red sox nation, be ready to make that moment memorable. there have been so many touching moments this weekend like this one, papi with pete frates last night. the entire celtics roster including coach brad stevens all
marathon bombing survivors. fans came from all over to see big papi on the field. >> he's big papi. he's so special. he's just wonderful. >> always exciting to see him get up when the game's on the line. you know that ball can go over the fence. he can score runs. it's always an exciting part. you never know what's going to happen. reporter: of course, david ortiz merchandise has been flying off one more tribute is planned for david ortiz today, and actually they're opening the gates two hours before game time so that everyone can fill up those seats and watch the ceremony before the game. live at fenway park, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: that's great. we have a special graphic on our wcvb facebook page right now that you can share to say thanks to big papi. now, while you're there, tell us your favorite big papi moment.
5 investigates with the exclusive video that forced a top official out of his job. reporter: the department of conservation and recreation claims to be all about improving outdoor recreational activities in massachusetts. but another outdoor activity is now at the center of the latest dcr scandal. that's dcr deputy commissioner matthew trying to move through traffic on congress street this summer. another day this summer and another video of the deputy commissioner doing the same thing, even though this time the road is relatively clear. these videos now in the hands of the state police which launched an investigation on thursday leading to his resignation from his job the next day. the governor's communications director saying the governor is disappointed in the deputy
looks forward to a thorough review to ensure lights and sirens are strictly used for emergency purposes. >> i've got to ask you, did you get an invite to the big dcr bash? >> i did not get an invite. reporter: it's the latest dcr headache for the governor who has seen his squeaky clean image tarnished by the agency. >> good evening, folks. having an execution tomorrow at noon. reporter: sisk and roy were suspended for a week without pay private july 3 party where guests were whisked to the vip section in state-funded golf cars. here sisk greeting guests at the party. sisk, another active republican, has been a regular contributor to baker's campaign. is this how managers in your administration act? >> no, which is the reason why
a week. reporter: that was the governor after the first scandal. but the suspensions didn't stop the questions. now sisk's actions behind the wheel have driven him out of a six-figure state job. state police are investigating, but sisk is not expecting to face criminal charges. he could be find a few hundred dollars for misusing his lights and sirens. the baker administration says it started a review to make sure lights and sirens on all state vehicles antoinette: two people accused of breaking into a home in framingham. police say they found marylynn martin and edward griffin in the hayes street home on friday night after a call from a concerned neighbor. martin was hiding in a closet. police found a number of needles and syringes on the pair, including one that had just been used. right now, police are still looking for the gunman who shot to people in dedham.
morning after being shot near the moseley's on the charles event hall. the hall was hosting a birthday party at the time of the shooting. doug: this morning, officials in lynnfield are considering a ban on air bnb. a man was shot at a mansion that was rented out. the owner of the mansion said he often rents the home to people who just want to travel. antoinette: should marijuana become legal in massachusetts? voters will decide on question 4 in november. to date, there are four states that have made marijuana legal, colorado, washington, oregon and alaska. the district of columbia has okayed pot sales. >> in washington state, which
number of fatalities on their roads caused by drivers who are high on marijuana doubled since legalization. >> from what to what? >> 7% to 15%. >> 15% of what? let me ask you. >> let me just finish -- >> answer the question. antoinette: you can watch "on the record" today at 11:00 a.m. as congressman barney frank and jason lewis debate the issue in massachusett o'brien and then it's "cityline" at noon. a disturbing warning out west. doug: the signs that a major earthquake may be imminent along an active fault line in california. also investigators hit a stumbling block after a deadly commuter train crash in new jersey. the issue that could hold up the search for answers. mike? mike: a cloudy start to your sunday. i'm tracking hurricane matthew. where that powerful storm is
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doug: doug: welcome back. it's 5:44. we have new information about the deadly commuter train crash that injured more than 100 people in new jersey. federal investigators say that structural concerns at the hoboken terminal along with the possible presence of asbesto investigation, but they do know that there were no problems with signals before the station. one woman was killed in that crash. the train's engineer has been interviewed, but the ntsb isn't providing details on that. antoinette: caught on camera, a woman is run over while pumping gas north of charlotte, north carolina. you can see the pickup truck slammed right into the car, sending that woman flying. amazingly, she only has minor injuries and is expected to be
run away but three men held him down until police arrived. >> tried to take a few steps like he was trying to get away. >> you did what? >> i just took his legs out from under him and jumped on top of him. antoinette: police say they don't think the driver realized what happened. he was under the influence of pain pills when the crash happened. he's charged with dwi and assault with a deadly weapon. >> now your stormteam 5 mike: powerful hurricane matthew. yesterday it was a five. went down to a four. it's still a category four storm. winds of over 150 miles per hour in many locations. so here's what we have going on. it's a category four storm. we put the computer models together. you can see the general consensus, everyone is agreement. this is moving towards haiti and maybe the extreme eastern
it's trying to go through that little passage between the two islands. we'll see if that can happen. this is the way the map looks by next friday. this thing is really slow-moving. gets to this position right here. you see the general consensus. the models are in agreement. then they spread out. they really spread out as we head toward next weekend. so will it have an impact on the east coast? hard to say right now, but we always keep a very close eye on the tropics. remember, for if it even happens until we talk about next weekend. so it's a long way down the road and a lot more computer model runs will be coming in giving us more details. today the details are all around the gray skies out there. we've had a few scattered showers that were moving through the area overnight last night. this is really the only band that we had developing. it lifted its way out of the berkshires up towards keene and it's falling apart. what doesn't show up on the satellite/radar composite is the drizzle. there's a lot of it out there
right now. you're seeing a little bit of drizzle going on. that will be with us today off and on. it won't show up on the radar very well. the reason we're stuck in this pattern, there's a large upper-level low to the west. we see disturbances coming through. yesterday we had nice rains along the coast. today we have gray skies and fog as well. visibility in most locations 10 miles or better. when you get to the shoreline, it's 2, 2 1/2 miles. visibility down to 1/4 mile. a lot of moisture in the air this morning. it's 54 degrees. dew point matches it. there's not much of a breeze. those are the perfect ingredients to get fog to form. you'll notice the temperatures pretty uniform. upper 40's. a lot of upper -- mid 50's anyway and a few places into the upper 50's. a gray start to your day. that's the way it's going to be. high temperature right around 60 degrees. tomorrow is still an overcast day.
afternoon, good chance we could see showers. the morning map looks like what we're looking at now, gray skies. but then you see during the afternoon, especially to the west, we could see scattered showers showing up out there as well. then finally we start to clear on tuesday. slow process. wednesday, more sunshine. thursday, lots of sunshine. with the sunshine back out, temperatures will warm into the upper 60's to 70 which is where they're supposed to be instead of that gray cool 50's. by the end of the see showers. dry weather coming in after some really nice rains yesterday. doug and antoinette? antoinette: all right, mike. thank you. it is 5:48. now to the stories we are following right now on the eyeopener. doug: officials say people in southern california should be on heightened alert for the chance of a major earthquake. the alert follows a series of small tremors along the san andreas fault. these warnings are issued once or twice a year and that alert expected to last until tuesday. a peaceful protest in downtown seattle.
night. there was heavy police presence just in case, but officers largely kept their distance. marchers gathered to show concern for the lives lost to police shootings. antoinette: netflix is back online this morning after a major outage. the streaming service went down for several hours yesterday. people didn't know what to do! bad timing since they just released a whole new batch of movies. it's not clear what caused the outage. doug: people had to have a converon bills this afternoon in the last game before tom brady's return. oh, by the way, there's another gronk at gillette. while rob is questionable to play, his brother glenn gronkowski, that's not him, a full back out of kansas state, has been signed to the practice squad. they need to work on that video. no family resemblance whatsoever between the two.
monahan thought she was headed on the trip of a lifetime when her boss assigned her to go to mexico, norway, and paris. doug: norway, paris and mexico are towns in maine. sorry, shayna. if you think that's strange, wait till you hear the names of maine's roads. >> bald head to bingo, main town names. could we interest you in a home in suckerville? it's not just a town that is unusual. >> anybody mention katie cross road. >> you'll have to forget eleanor
crotchety. after all, she's in charge of replacing the road signs in the town of emden maine. >> two, three, four, five, six. >> as the records show, one in particular keeps disappearing over and over and over. >> 12, 13, 14. i can't keep them up. sometimes they're gone overnight. >> in fact, this sign routinely shows up on top 10 lists of the most stolen road signs in the country. when you order some, order a dozen and put them in a cardboard box, take them out, set them down, and say help yourself. it would be easier. antoinette: tomorrow on "chronicle," the crowds have gone home, but nantucket isn't closed for the season. shayna seymour walks a revived main street plus is the island
tomorrow at 7:30 on "chronicle." doug: you have to. antoinette: i know. doug: you have to. antoinette: you've been telling me forever, i need to go to nantucket. doug: god's country. antoinette: great this time of year. not just for summertime. doug: perhaps better. crowds are gone. got the place to yourself. you know about this. the wave of color in the skies above new mexico. antoinette: we will take you to the hot air balloon in albuquerque. some amazing sights as these balloons take flight. but first we want to take back to 2004 and a big papi gem. >> here's the pitch. center field. doug: oh, my gosh, it still gives me chills. david ortiz huge against the new york yankees. that walk-off hit in the bottom of the 14th inning. antoinette: 14th? doug: the sox are on their way to reversing the charts. share your favorite moments on
[ clock ticking ] time. you only have so much. that's why we wanna make sure you won't have to wait on hold. and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all... we should fit into your life. [ laughing ] not the other way around. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of
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doug: sunrise is in a half hour. it's at 6:23. remember back on the first day of summer, it was at 5:07. and 7:23 on november 25th. that is the latest sunrise we will have. after that, daylight saving time kicks in. here's the way it skies. kind of on the cool side. 60 degrees for a high temperature for today. tomorrow, we slowly try to clear things away. we'll have afternoon showers. tuesday, a little more clearing. wednesday, thursday and friday, we're finally back into some sunshine. doug and antoinette? doug: all right, michael, thank you. there's a lot of looking up this weekend in albuquerque, new mexico. antoinette: exciting times there. a wave of color filled the skies yesterday. look at that. doug: wow. antoinette: this is the
underway. the world's largest hot air balloon festival with more than 500 balloons. this year's theme is deserts kaleidoscope and you can see why. pilots, families and friends have all been coming to see these breathtaking views since the 1970's, which back then it started off with five balloons in a mall parking lot. doug: the weather there is just perfect for it. antoinette: yes. the short explanation is they call it the box. you can lift up in the exact same place you started. doug: sounds perfect. antoinette: a bombshell revelation revolving donald trump's tax history. doug: also, a pickup truck crashes into a house. the damage and the close callse >> monday morning on the eye, we swipe plastic for everything. >> there are three things you should never put on credit cards, and your back to work kelly: you know me. nfalse, negative ads-
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karen: >> now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- doug: two people killed in a crash on the cape. antoinette: explosive revelations in the race for the white house. what newly uncovered tax records show about donald trump's financial history. doug: big papi's last home stand. the celebration for the heart of red sox nation.