tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC October 2, 2016 8:00am-9:00am EDT
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener. doug: we're following breaking news. two people killed in a head-on crash. the devastating scene. 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 stan announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. antoinette: it's 8:00 on this sunday morning. we take a live look from fenway park where the final regular season tribute is about to get underway. everyone saying thank you to number 34, big papi. good morning to you. sunday, october 2. i'm antoinette antonio. doug: i'm doug meehan.
hug. it really does. is it going to be a wet hug? mike: it's going to be damp, overcast, gray skies, a little drizzle here or there. but not any big rain event like yesterday. yesterday, some places picking up almost two inches of rain. let me show you this system. this has a lot of rain as well. over the ocean, as it moves northward, we could actually see some real serious flooding in haiti. we could see anywhere from 1 to 2 feet of rain eadsly. wh t it's cutting right here haiti. yesterday it looked like it would be towards jamaica. now it's haiti and cuba. even though it's a category three storm at this time, matthew looks like it's going to slow down as it heads through the bahamas. that's why we're talking about next friday morning that it's off the coast of florida. it may have some impact on our weather. the trend is pushing offshore. we'll talk more in detail in a few moments. gray skies, drizzle.
but there is some out there as you've stepped out and noticed this morning. today we'll look for a gray day, hit or miss showers. 60 degrees. that's all the warmer we get. i'll show you when the 70's and sunshine are back in the forecast in a few moments. antoinette? antoinette: all right, mike. we are following breaking news on the eyeopener. two people are dead following a crash in yarmouth. this is video in overnight from the area of buck island road. two vehicles collided head on right a injured. the names of the victims have not been released. the cause of the crash is under investigation. doug: a car ran into a home in peabody. one person taken to the hospital. the building inspector called in to assess structural damage to that home. antoinette: commitment 2016. both campaigns are on the attack after new revelations about donald trump's tax returns.
released what it says are 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. now, 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 did say, quote, the only news here is thator alleged tax document was illegally obtained. mr. trump is a highly skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and his employees to may no more tax than required. the statement lists all of his taxes that trump has paid, although it does not specifically mention federal income tax. meanwhile, hillary clinton blasted trump in a late-night statement saying, quote, he apparently got to avoid paying
working families paid them. he calls that smart. she called on trump to release his full returns. antoinette: trump turned his full attention to hillary clinton in pennsylvania. >> hillary clinton think bernie sanders' supporters are hopeless and ignorant basement dwellers. then, of course, she thinks people who vote for and follow us are deplorable and antoinette: at one point last night, trump physically mocked clinton's health. he called the former secretary of state low energy, saying the job as president requires stamina. the only vice presidential debate is two days away. tim kaine and mike pence squaring off on tuesday night. coverage gets started at 9:00 p.m. on wcvb channel 5. then it is round two for clinton and trump. they're next presidential debate
p.m. >> there's a drive. high flyball right center field. and the red sox walked off with the win. doug: how can that not make you smile. big papi, for more than a decade he's been on the field and in the hearts of red sox nation. the team and fans will see him step up to the plate one more time in the regular, regula antoinette: we still have october baseball to play. the eyeopener's sera congi live at fenway park this morning where a very special day is planned. sera, good morning. reporter: good morning, antoinette and dead. grab those tissues. a lot of people will be tearing up at today's celebration. take a look at this banner that hangs over fenway park. a lot of people stopping by to take pictures, selfies with this banner. by the numbers, there's no question, big papi is among the red sox greats.
number 17 on the all-time home run list. he holds the red sox' single season home run record. last night, other sports legends got there chance to say thanks. former patriots player, hockey legend bobby orr and the entire boston celtics team walked on the field. survivors of the boston marathon bombing all smiles joining them in this pregame ceremony. back in the spring, wcvb's maria stephanos asked papi how he wa end. reporter: the last game. how's it going to go? let's go. >> hopefully, my last game go like this. reporter: okay. >> two out, bottom of the ninth, fenway park, kimbrel pitching. strikeout. we won the world series. that's what i want for my last game. reporter: yeah, i think that's what everyone wants. red sox nation would be very okay with that one.
emotional moment on the field with a very special fan. live from fenway park this morning, sera congi, wcvb, newscenter 5. doug: all right, thanks. right now, two men are under arrest on drug charges. four children inside the home during the burst. police say they found a large amount of what's believed to be heroin on cross street yesterday. they found cash and more than a dozen cell phones. 31-year-old frederick diaz and 26-year-old leonardo leger are facing d antoinette: this morning, we are hearing from a woman who survived a very close call in her home which is on the dedham-west roxbury line. 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 75 feet, it ripped off a corner of the house and veered off next door.
reporter: the owner had just gone upstairs to take a shower. >> i thought we were hit with a meteor. the whole house shook. reporter: the owner says his wife was still 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, so thank god we're all okay. reporter: even though the pickup truck driver's home is only a few feet away, it's outside boston city limits in dedham. the dedham fire department says the driver medical expert. the driver is in his 50's. an ambulance took him to beth israel deaconess medical center. doug: david, thank you. we're getting new details about that fire that ripped through a dorm at dartmouth college. students were able to pick up some of their belongings from morton hall yesterday. two firefighters were injured battling that friday night fire. they say it was even tougher to fight because of a 25-foot space under the building's vaulted roof. students are still in shock.
i just had my phone. it was barely even charged. so pajamas on. it was a crazy experience. doug: the 71 students impacted by that fire will be assigned new housing. it is still unclear how that fire started. 8:09 right now. we have a health alert this morning. antoinette: baby food recalled. the deadly bacteria that one brand might contain. also, a terrifying school bus ride in texas caught on camera. the issue that triggered thi doug: hunkering down in the caribbean. the preparations and precautions as hurricane matthew barrels through that region. mike? mike: we are drying out after yesterday's soaker. when the clouds will clear and your fenway forecast for big papi's final home game of the regular season. >> 2-2. carry, carry, gone. antoinette: one of many pages
off his final opening day in style with a two-run homer. you remember that. we are sharing the greatest moments from his absolutely amazing career. it's happening all morning long. stick around for the un >> 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 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"
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sacrifices? antoinette: 8:13. there's a recall involving baby food. sammy's milk baby food could contain the d bacteria. products with expiration dates of november 2016 to august 2018 should not be eaten. cronobacter can cause severe and sometimes fatal blood infections and meningitis. customers should return the product for a full refund. doug: more mosquitoes carrying the zika virus have now been found in miami beach. the florida department of agriculture says this is the sixth time mosquitos with zika
defects with pregnant women become infected. it has only found the virus in six mosquitos since may. this is the first time in two weeks that any mosquito with zika has been captured. antoinette: the state department is warning u.s. citizens to get out of jamaica. 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 islands tomorrow. mike. are we thinking it's going to strengthen, weaken? mike: it's probably as strong as it's going to be. a major category four, almost a five. it was a five, then went down. it will go back and forth. it's one mile one side or the other. it's really, really major. it's over the ocean. it's not causing an issue. the biggest problem, it's getting closer to haiti. haiti has a real flooding issue. that storm has an incredible amount of moisture with it.
one. very powerful storm. of course, the more powerful, the eye tends to be more visible. that's exactly what we're seeing this morning. where is this going? this is what we call the spaghetti plot. this is all our computer models. we put them together. you can see there's a lot of consensus where they think it's going to go. it's called a spaghetti plot because they look like noodles and go all over the place. there's consistency through here. after that point, still keeping it well offshore. after that, now it starts to go all over the place a little bit. remember, we're talking a long way down the road, next weekend. the farther out you are on computer models, the less reliable. this is one model we watch carefully. this is the u.s. model known as the g.f.s. this is friday morning. we're talking about the entire week before it's sitting here in the southeastern part of the united states. this one has been very consistent in wanting to bring it across our area and move it on through quickly.
if it does. and there's not any agreement between all these computer models. national hurricane center said let's take a few days, keep a close eye on it. haiti is going to be a big problem here. we've got a mountain range right here. we have all this water coming in. i think you'll be hearing about major flooding. this is tuesday morning at 2:00 a.m. that's where we're seeing it cutting its way through here. don't focus on the center. there's the possibility of it. once it goes beyond that, it ar friday of next week, we're talking about it off the coast of florida. so a lot of things will be happening. stay tuned. we'll be talking a lot about that for this week. here's what's happening out there right now. a lot of gray skies and really it's a circulation pattern in the upper atmosphere. big upper-level low to our west and that keeps this circulation happening here. every once in a while, little disturbances come through like yesterday and we get nice beneficial rains out of it. in the meantime, there's a lot of moisture in the air. that's why you're seeing
and worcester airport. down to 1/4 mile visibility right now. so be cautious about that. here's the view from our city cam. gray day. 54 degrees. dew point 53 degrees. they're almost matching each other. that's a good sign you'll be getting some fog into the forecast. as you're stepping outside this morning, not very warm. we'll call it 60. i'm being optimistic. it may be stuck in the upper 50's for highs today. clouds out there. a little patchy drizzle off and on through much of the not far behind it. on monday we have showers back in the forecast. we start with gray skies, a little drizzle. during the afternoon, it looks like a better opportunity for seeing showers to develop across the region. after that one moves through, we start to slowly, ever so slowly, clear things out. tuesday's partly cloudy. wednesday and thursday is sunshine, plenty of sunshine even into friday. perhaps another chance of scattered showers next saturday. but that still is not even associated with matthew. we have to wait for a little bit
along the east coast. doug and antoinette? antoinette: mike, thank you. now to some of the stories we're following right now on the eyeopener. doug: protests in los angeles after police shoot and kill an 18-year-old after a chase. it started when officers spotted a car with paper plates and tried to stop the driver believing that vehicle was stolen. the driver failed to stop and at some point during the chase he got out of that car and took off running. 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 doctors in south carolina say jacob hall lost too much blood. the 14-year-old suspect killed his father, then he 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: have you seen this dramatic video out of texas? just released surveillance video the moment a school bus flipped over in harris county.
veered off the road. the driver and 16 students were injured, but everybody is expected to be okay. >> now here's josh brogadir with sportscenter 5. >> red sox hit some turbulence. that's the persistence of the blue jays. bigger papi at the game watching his son. first for the home team. he drives in xandar bogaerts on his 24th birthday and mookie betts. 2-0 sox after one. jays strike back in the second. the underrated kevin pillar takes erod to left center. tied at 2. in the fifth, david ortiz with his third at-bat. a single to right. an ovation from the fans for his
would later find out after jays closer roberto osuna. top of the ninth, wild game. this sack fly, blue jays win it. red sox at 3:00, pats at 1:00. i'm josh brogadir. have a great day. antoinette: as if we're not always hungry already, this week's made in mass will have you craving a snack. doug: i look at a family making wachusett potato chips for 80 years. monstrous mounds of spuds arrive every day to the wachusett potato chip company in fitchburg. how many potatoes? >> about 51,000 pounds approximately. doug: that's just one trailer full. barry's family started this company almost 80 years ago. he says depending on the seasonal demand, anywhere from four to six of these trailer loads will be dropped off in
an intricate maze of machinery moves the potatoes through this building that once served as a jail, housing civil war spies. on their way to becoming chips or sticks, excess water is first removed from the potatoes. then they're peeled before hitting the rotary slicers. >> take a finger right off. doug: 1/100 of an inch can be the difference between chip styles. those razor sharp blades were creating potato sticks. >> they're being fried. doug: after achieving the color and crispness, the product is packed. one million pounds of raw potatoes pass through here a week. whether it's regular, barbecue or sour cream and anon, they're bagged and bound for your sub shop or convenience store. this fitchburg plant, now the
stores. >> it's a family going all these years. it's good to see we keep on growing. doug: you want a little quiz time? antoinette: okay. let's go. doug: what holiday do you think is their biggest demand for potato chips in the year? antoinette: fourth of july. doug: very close. memorial day. i was thinking super bowl. holiday. doug: it's not? antoinette: no. close enough. doug: it is to me. i'll tell you that. some binge watching plans. were they dashed? antoinette: a pop streaming site down for hours. what did everyone do? the viewer backlash and where they vented. channelling the gop nominee. the actor taking on the late-night role. a blast from big papi's past.
mike: a gray start and cool. visibility down to 1/4 mile in many spots. 60 degrees in hyannis. we've got a breeze coming in off the water. a couple of things going on in morning. our own cindy fitzgibbon is hosting a 5k run. a little drizzle. you may see a bit of that during temperature around 60. looking for sunshine? wait for midweek. that's when the sun will be back. doug and antoinette? antoinette: all right, mike. doug: nobody needs a slap around here. antoinette: all right. there's 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. good night, hofstra.
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- mike: a fall chill in the air. i'll have the latest track on hurricane matthew. antoinette: 5 investigates with the exclusive video that forces a top official out of his job. the investigation. doug: and the big names coming out to say goodbye to a sox fan favorite. the celebration planned for big papi's final home stand on the announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. it's sunday morning. i'm doug meehan. it's 8:30. antoinette: i'm antoinette antonio. mike wankum is here. doug: that 54 hasn't budged much. mike: it hasn't budged in the last couple of days. antoinette: you just noticed? mike: it's actually broken, doug. antoinette: nobody told you. mike: you know what? it is not very warm out there.
antoinette: what's wrong with you? mike: you know what happened? we had breakfast and my mouth is mushy. okay. here's where we go. let me check out the temperatures. you'll see we're in the upper 40's to mid 50's. you know where it's warmest? if you're right near the water. why? the water temperature is 61. down toward nantucket, hyannis, 60-degree readings. that's the warmest air for today. a lot of gray skies. you're walking outside and saying why is it it's drizzle. radar does not pick it up. we are seeing a few patches showing up. i'm sure you're stepping out into some of that. as the day goes on, it's a gray day. patchy drizzle off and on not only today but tonight. not as organized as yesterday's rain. we're just seeing the drizzle out there. for today, let's chalk it off with temperatures in the mid 50's. if you get to 60, consider yourself lucky. we're keeping a very close eye
it was a five friday night. the track on it right now puts it between cuba and haiti, and that means as a category three storm, there could be damage and flooding. eventually, we're talking about friday heading towards the southeastern part of the united states. but that is several days away. we'll talk more about the path of this and some sunshine in the forecast. that coming up in a few moments. doug and antoinette? antoinette: thank you. we are following breaking news right now on the eyeopener. doug: first to yarmouth where two people are dead following a cash. we have video. two police collided at 10:30 last night. a third person was seriously injured. the names not released. the cause under investigation. antoinette: also breaking overnight -- police are on the scene after a car drove into a home in peabody. this happened on central avenue and tremont street. one person was taken to the hospital. the building inspector was called in to assess the structural damage to that home.
lost near a billion dollars back in 1995, and that could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for nearly two decades. the paper says it got the tax filing anonymously, something trump blasted as, quote, illegal. antoinette: some of the biggest names in new england sports come together to honor a guy who's always been larger than life. and today the tributes to david ortiz will reach a fever pitch. with his last home game of the regula live at fenway park with the special moments for really a pretty special guy. sera? reporter: indeed. it's been a special weekend here with lots of tributes. you can see this banner hanging over fenway park. the silhouette of david ortiz in that signature move where he's kissing the sky and his fans. we'll likely see that again today as he takes his final steps onto the field this regular season. the red sox and red sox nation
memorable. there have been so many touching moments, like this one. papi with former boston college baseball player pete frates last night. the entire celtics roster, including the coach, they were all sporting ortiz number 34 jerseys as well as several marathon bombing survivors who threw out the first pitch. fans came from all over the country to see ortiz on the field, and it's no mystery why. >> he's big papi. he's so special. he's just wonderful. >> it's always exciting to see him get up when the game's on the line. you know, that wall can go over the fence, and he can score runs. and it's always an exciting part. you never know what's going to happen. reporter: of course, david ortiz merchandise has been flying off the shelves, really, since opening day. everybody loves papi.
country to our north, canada. this is the toronto blue jays series. even those fans excited to honor big papi this weekend. live at fenway park, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. doug: they're just happy they don't have to face him anymore. that's what that is. we have a special graphic on our wcvb facebook page right now that you can share to say thanks to big papi and while you're there, tell us about your favorite papi moment. antoinette: 5 investigates with the exclusive video that's forced a top state mike beaudet has the evidence you need to see. mike: 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 d.c.r. scandal. that's d.c.r. deputy commissioner matthew sisk's s.u.v. in boston, lights and sirens blaring, trying to move
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 sisk's resignation from his job the next day. the governor's communications director saying governor baker is disappointed to learn of the poor judgment in inappropriately using a state vehicle. he accepts his looks forward to a review. did you get an invite to the big d.c.r. bash? >> i did not. mike: it's the latest d.c.r. headache for the governor, who has seen his image tarnished by the agency. sisk and d.c.r. commissioner leo roy seen performing were suspended for a week without pay for using state funds for a
v.i.p. section in state-funded golf carts. here's sisk greeting guests at the party. sisk has been a regular contributor to baker's campaign. is this how managers in your administration act? >> no, which is the reason why we -- why they're suspended for a week. reporter: that was the governor after 5 investigates broke the first scandal. but the the questions. now sisk's actions behind the wheel have driven him out of a six-figure state job. sisk is not expected to face criminal charges. however, he could be fined a few hundred dollars for misusing his lights and sirens. meantime, the baker administration says it started a review to make sure lights and sirens on all state vehicles are only used during emergencies. mike beaudet, 5 investigates. antoinette: two people are facing charges accused of
framingham. police say they found marylynn martin and edward griffin inside the hayes street home on friday night after a call came in from a concerned neighbor. martin was hiding inside 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 two people in dedham. we brought this to you as breaking news yesterday morning right here on the eyeopener. both victims recovering this morning after being shot the moseley's on the charles event center. no arrests have been made. the hall was hosting a birthday party at the time of the shooting. doug: new this morning, officials in lynnfield are considering a ban on companies like air bnb after a deadly shooting earlier this year. a 33-year-old man was shot and killed at a mansion that an owner rented out for a college reunion. they will propose a ban on rentals for fewer than 30 days
practice, saying he often rents it out to people who just want to travel. there is a new memorial to the crew of a cargo ship lost at sea. the tribute to el faro was unfailed yesterday in portland, maine. several crew members had ties to new england. the ntsb is going over more than 26 hours of data recovered from the ship's data recorder. antoinette: should marijuana become legal in massachusetts? voters will decide on question 4 in november. to date, there are four states that have made they are colorado, washington, oregon, and alaska. the district of columbia has also okayed pot sales. >> washington state, which like colorado has legalized recreational marijuana, the number of fatalities on their roads caused by drivers high on marijuana doubled since -- >> from what to what? >> it went from 7% to 15%. >> 15% of what? let me ask you --
question. antoinette: you can watch "on the record" today at 11:00 a.m. as congressman barney frank jason lewis debate the legalization of marijuana in massachusetts. that's followed by "matter of fact" with soledad o'brien and then "cityline" coming up at noon. a disturbing warning out west. doug: this is scary. signs that a major earthquake may be imminent along an active fault line in california. also, investigators hit crash in new jersey. the issues that could hold up the search for answers. mike: a quality start to your sunday. when we'll see rain. plus i'm tracking hurricane matthew. where that powerful storm is heading next. >> ortiz into deep right field. antoinette: who could forget this big papi classic. 2004. the sox on the verge of elimination by those yankees.
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possible presence of asbestos are complicating their investigation, but they do know that there were no problems with the signals before the station. one woman was killed in the 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 just outside of charlotte, north carolina. you can see that pickup truck slamming right into the car there, sending the woman flying. amazingly, she has only minor injuries, and she i be okay. police say the driver tried to run away but three men held him down until police arrived. >> tried to take a few steps like he was trying to get away. >> and you did what? >> i just took his legs out from under him and we jumped on top of him. antoinette: police say the driver didn't realize what he did. he was under the influence of pain pills when the crash happened. he's charged with dwi and assault with a deadly weapon.
wankum. mike: so far the tropical season has been relatively quiet, but matthew is a powerful storm and it's holding its power together. it maintains its status as a category four storm. when you look at these storms, you need to take them apart a little bit. a lot of times we focus on the eye. that's only 30 miles wide. that's where the winds are perfectly calm. the eyewall is where you find your strongest winds. that's where we're seeing wind gusts of 150 sustained winds of 150 miles per hour. outer bands, spiral bands, are basically groups of thunderstorms. you have heavy, heavy rain with it. as hurricanes go, this is not a terribly big one. it's only about 250 miles across, but it will likely get much larger, especially as it comes northward, it tends to expand out a little bit. our spaghetti model where we plot our computer models and say where is this going. a lot of consistency pushing it
down the road. this is next friday night, early saturday morning, you see what happens. there's a lot of spread in the computer models at this point. the farther out, the less reliable the forecasts. that's why we keep a close eye on it as we get closer and closer and closer to it. here's the u.s. model, the g.s.f. yesterday it brought this thing right over top of us. now it's trying to veer offshore and then eventually get wrapped into a low-pressure system the trend is to lean it more offshore. that's going to go back and forth. this is the european model. what it's doing now is saying it's going to sit down here and park itself. so this is next monday at 8:30 in the morning. it's still way down here. yesterday if you were watching, it was going to kick it out to sea away from us. you have to keep a close eye on what's happening. the national hurricane center says it's a category three moving through haiti. remember i said it's got a lot
that's going to cause flooding issues. it may become a category two as it comes off the coast of florida, but we're talking about next friday before this happens. a lot of gray skies around the area today has nothing whatever to do with that storm. we do have a lot of circulation in the upper atmosphere keeping this unsettled weather with us. it's going to be tuesday now before we really start to clear things off, and that's going to be a slow process. great view over the city. cloudy, drizzle, a few showers, but not nearly the rain we saw yesterday. tonight, patchy drizzle. 52 to 56 degrees. see these temperatures right now? they almost don't budge the next couple of days. upper 50's to 60 degrees and perhaps a better chance we could see some rain tomorrow afternoon. today, it's cloudy and drizzle. 60 degrees. most of the drizzle is this morning. this afternoon, it may be overcast and relatively dry, relatively. as far as your monday is concerned, looks like some scattered afternoon showers are a possibility. the morning is going to be gray
stay gray all day. the showers come back in during the afternoon. so you want some sunshine? looks like tuesday. wednesday especially. thursday is not looking bad either. and even into friday. another chance of rain possibly next weekend on saturday. not associated at all with the hurricane, but with another system coming through. we do have another opportunity for rain, but, boy, yesterday's rain was so nice. i know it was a weekend, but it was really nice. doug: a little sloppy for the patriots game taking on the bi brady's return. oh, by the way, there's another gronk at gillette. while rob is questionable to play, today is brother glenn, yeah, glenn gronkowski, he's a fullback out of kansas state. kickoff today at foxborough is 1:00. antoinette: is glenn gronk also? netflix online after a major outage. the streaming surfacing went down for several hours
released a batch of new movies. people took to twitter because they were frustrated. it's not clear what caused the outage. you can get your netflix this morning. doug: or go to the movies. there's a lot of looking up this weekend in albuquerque, new mexico. antoinette: what a sight it is out there. a wave of color filling the skies yesterday. look at that time lapse. this is the international balloon fiesta that got underway, the more than 500 balloons. this year's theme is desert kaleidoscope, and you can see why. pilots, families, friends have all been coming to see these breathtaking events since the 1970's when it was a few balloons in a mall parking lot. doug: the size of these things is enormous. antoinette: pictures never do it justice.
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injured. it's unclear this morning what caused the crash. doug: also breaking overnight -- several people are out of their home this morning after a car crashed into it. this happening in peabody on central avenue and tremont street. one person taken to the hospital. antoinette: a new report from the "new york times" claims gop nominee donald trump lost nearly a billion dollars in 1995. that could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for nearly two decades. the paper says it got the t trump has blasted as illegal. today, the red sox will hold one final tribute for big papi. doug: the eye's sera congi is down at fenway park where david ortiz will play his final regular regular season game this afternoon. sera? reporter: we'll certainly see him in the playoffs. today will be his last home stand in the regular season against the toronto blue jays. it's going to be a sentimental
last night other sports legends came out to say thanks papi. former patriots player, bobby orr and the entire celtics team was on the field honoring david ortiz. marathon bombing survivors joined in the pregame ceremony. if you're heading to the game at 3:00, the team is opening up gates two hours early so everyone can get there and get in their seat. live at fenway, sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. zp we'll be right back. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5's president and general manager bill fine. >> last week, our region made it into the national news cycle with this disturbing video. a new hampshire mom lies passed out on the floor of a retail store in lawrence, massachusetts, as her confused toddler tries to wake her. paramedics administer narcan to reverse the effects of a presumed opioid overdose. it's a shocking video even for
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