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>> from boston's news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 news at noon. il -- heather: we begin with breaking news. an officer involved shooting leaves one person dead in lynn. diane cho has just gotten to be seen. what can you tell us? diane: officers continue their investigation. this happened at the 300 locked of lynn shore drive. this was an officer involved shooting.
unfolded or what led to the shooting. we will continue to monitor the situation and bring you the latest as soon as we learned. back to you in the studio. erika: also breaking, the supreme court rejecting james whitey bulger's appeal of his racketeering convictions and life sentence. the justices did not comment but bulger's convictions for playing a role in 11 murders and many other crimes will stand. the 87-year-old bulger argued the judge at his trial should have let him tell the jury that a now-dead federal prosecutor had granted him immunity from the judge said bulger hadn't offered hard evidence that such an agreement existed. heather brady is back. :it is business as usual -- about time -- today, for the patriots cornerback, his 4 game nfl suspension expired at midnight. erika: after yesterday's shut out loss to the bills, patriots fans relieved their super bowl winning leader is back at gillette. that's where we find newscenter
doug: we think he is back. we have not confirmed a tom brady siding, but it was not because we were not trying. all morning long, every car that entered gillette was watched with a keen eye. from the ground and in the air, the question on everybody's lips -- have you seen tom brady? >> no. doug: have you been looking for him? >> yeah. his presence looms large, just -- where do you think he is? >> ummmmmm. doug despite not seeing the man, : his highly anticipated return was a huge relief for a greatful patriots nation. >> after last night, it's good to have him back. >> it is good to have tom back. the guys have done a formidable job holding before 12 he is gone.
symbol, but celebratory. >> i'm hoping he can help win next weekend. doug: next weekend, the patriots 3-1 versus the 0-3 rounds in cleveland. doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. erika: a monster storm, churning in the caribbean. nasa sharing this satellite photo of hurricane matthew as seen from space. ' flooding and mudslides. elizabeth hur reports, haiti is already feeling its force and the u.s. military is taking no chances, already evacuating hundreds of military families. elizabeth: with hurricane matthew on the move, jamaica is boarding up windows and reinforcing roofs.
that is what i am doing right now. elizabeth: in cuba, winds reaching 130 miles per hour prompted the u.s. military to evacuate nearly 700 u.s. military families from guantanamo bay. the hurricane has a haiti on high alert where more than 50,000 people are still living in makeshift tents, temporary earthquake in 2010. this time around the monster storm could dump 40 inches of rain across haiti, cuba, and jamaica. people stocking up and preparing for a storm that could be the worst they had seen in years. >> chaos all morning. every imaginable thing.
while they still can. the storm is already being blamed for one fidelity, a 16-year-old killed on the island of st. vincent. liz with her news, new york. it is -- has but it is so slow to move. cindy: it was nearly stationary all weekend. now it is moving north at six. it is not moving quickly. you see what is to the north. jamaica and haiti. that is the concern tonight. let per hour, category four hurricane. the center is expected to approach southwestern haiti overnight. you will see it will just be coming off of haiti tomorrow at 8 a.m. you can see all of these red areas indicating hurricane warnings. as we get toward wednesday, it looks like it will slowly be making its way toward the bahamas.
wind. it will continue to lift northward. the latest track from the hurricane center has shifted that conquest. now it is the carolinas and perhaps eastern carolina could be impacted by this. you see the uncertainty with the computer models. it is a possibility we could be impacted as we get toward the overcoming there's lots of time it to watch the system. there is a disturbance off to the west that will generate showers. we will time that for you just ahead. heather? heather: new at noon, outrage in lawrence after a stadium is trashed and left with litter. sky 5 over the scene at veterans memorial stadium. again, this is lawrence. this is on route 114. here's a closer look on the ground now. mayor dan rivera says the field was left that way by those in charge of this weekend's
rivera saying, "the organizers of the festival of brazil used and abused our veterans stadium. we are working to ensure that those responsible for this mess pay the price." lawrence school superintendent jeffrey riley also outraged tweeting, whoever rented the field from city this weekend and trashed it you should be ashamed , of yourselves. #kidsarewatching. he went on to tweet, and i'm towing your beer truck. are you kidding me? what is the message to our kids? erika: a deadly crash is under investigation in randolph. it happened just after midnight on the ramp from route 93 south to route 24 south. state police say a bmw drove off the ramp, rolling several times. the female driver was pronounced dead at the scene. the man accused of hitting a state trooper near gillette stadium after yesterday's game is before a judge right now. police say the trooper was trying to stop 25-year-old jose perez rodriguez on route one when the motorcyclist slammed into him. newscenter 5's sera congi is live from wrentham district
sera? sera: erika, the arraignment is underway. the motorcyclist facing charges after hitting a state trooper. wearing a hospital gown, jose perez rodriguez arrives to court after spending part of the night at beth israel, the 25-year-old from everett now under arrest . gillette stadium yesterday. >> the impact, the cop fall to the ground, saw the guy flip through the air like a rag doll. literally -- it was scary. sera: it happened on route 1, as the patriots game was letting out. state police say the captain initially tried to pull the motorcyclist over for erratic driving. that's when he took off against traffic. >> he's taking off the wrong way. he's going southbound in the northbound lane. sera: the state trooper who was hit is expected to be ok.
hospital, facing a charge of reckless operation. the state police captain was not identified, but we are told he will be ok. he spent the night at the hospital for observation. he did suffer head and facial lacerations and contusions. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. heather: a framingham man is expected in court today accused in a drunken hit and run. conti's liquors friday night, when the clerk refused to sell him alcohol. the clerk says gagnon urinated inside the store. police tracked him down at the wine vault, where he was refused alcohol again. he's facing several charges. erika: a fatal fire in seabrook overnight -- firefighters were called to the building on lafayette road just before 1:00 this morning. they found the victim in a unit on the first floor, where the fire was contained. nobody else was hurt. no word on a cause. a cooking mishap on the roof of a dartmouth college dorm sparked
night. firefighters in hanover, new hampshire say a student left a hibachi grill unattended on a flat section of the roof outside a dorm window overnight into saturday. nobody was hurt. the building was so badly damaged, it will likely remain closed for the semester. heather: right now, three people are in custody, accused in a shooting in dorchester. boston police say a man flagged them down in roxbury, suffering from a gunshot wound. they believe he was shot on bowdoin avenue more than a mile away. he is suffering life-threatening up next dash cam kardashian held up at gunpoint. the frightening ordeal for the reality star, and the reaction it got from her famous husband. heather: thinking twice before you swipe or insert that credit card. the 3 things you should never put on it. cindy: we will be watching for pop-up showers this afternoon. when brighter skies really settle in plus the latest track
the process has also been linked to diseases like alzhiemer's, parkinson's, and diabetes. erika: a fragile ceasefire remains in place right now in colombia hours after the shocking defeat of a peace deal. sunday's vote would have brought more than half a century of hostilities to an end in the latin american country. but voters rejected the referendum with leftist rebels leaving the war-torn nation with no real plan b. colombia's president says he'll meet with opposition leaders to try and save the accord. new controversy for donald trump. cast members from his reality show "the apprentice" tell the associated press he repeatedly demeaned women with sexist language. the report comes just after a big tax reveal, "the new york times" reporting trump took a $916 million loss in 1995. abc's lana zak is following both
lana: trump failed to respond to accusations he is a tax dodger. instead, he hits hillary clinton on cyber security. mr. trump: he put the and -- she put the entire nation in harms way. lana: he did not address his nearly billion-dollar loss loss that meant that while following the law, trump could avoided paying federal income tax for nearly two decades. trump called the leak of his 1995 tax return illegal. circuits are calling him a genius for taking advantage of the tax code. >> we talk about the rigged system. donald trump embodies that. he did not have to pay taxes for 20 years. lana: another controversy
several former cast members of "the apprentice" are coming forward and saying that donald trump's behavior on that show was crude and sexist. lana zak, abc news, washington. >> the mystery behind a deadly train crash in new jersey is deepening. the ntsb says the engineer behind the controls last week in hoboken has no memory of the actual wreck. but there are a few things he recalls right before the crash. >> he said he looked at his watch and noticed his train was about six minute at hoboken. he says when he checked these but dom at her operating at 10 miles per hour when entering the station track. erika: investigators say a data recorder they recovered was not working during the crash. they're hoping to get to a second recorder soon. but that's been difficult because of asbestos and other structural problems at the damaged station.
a spokesperson for the reality star says two armed men dressed as police officers tied her up and locked her in a bathroom. her husband, kanye west, was on stage when he got the news that's when he got that news. kanye: i'm sorry. erika: that was west canceling his concert mid-show. kardashian is described as shaken, but not physically hurt. it's estimated the thieves made off with more than $10 million worth of jewelry. kardashian was in paris for fashion week. as far as fair for lovely weather today. erika: lovely. cindy: the sun came out. i apologize for this. heather: you are a trooper. cindy: hey, the sun is helping to write? 67 degrees. i want to focus on what is happening in the caribbean. we have hurricane matthew,
this is one of the strongest storms in the vicinity for years. it is taking aim at haiti tonight. it is going a little farther east of jamaica. they are expecting a widespread 15 to 25 inches of rain in southern parts of pity and there could be localized spots that get 30 or 40 inches of rain. this is lightning rainfall coming on in with the wind and the storm surge and from there, it will . from here it continues to move northward. but by 8:00 saturday morning, there is a lot of latitude in the carolinas. next weekend for us if this has any impact at all, and it's too soon to see if it will come close enough to impact us here. in the meantime, looking at the sunshine.
the easterly wind will hold temperatures where they are. so it's not out of the question that a few of us may get a 70 degree reading. that will be nice. the average high is 66. we should be back up around 70 by the end of the week. western massachusetts, you see the clouds bubbling up. there is one little shower. showers starting to pop up here. we have upper-level energy rotating on in. look for the clouds to bubble up, especially away from the coastline. one or two showers make it going. they may become more numerous late afternoon and evening. we could get a little hail around here, but i think the
it will continue to shift south and westward. we have drizzle, fog, and cloud cover. 50's tonight. we should brighten up in the afternoon after that murky start. we will look at the temperatures, cooler, upper 50's, lower 60's. we and all eyes will be on matthew as it comes up the coast. we will be watching a frontal boundary to the west. the timing of that cold front is critical. if it comes in just in time, it could sheer matthew of sure. it looks like it will expand. -- it could sheer matthew offshore. there's a lot to watch over the next several days and we will do just that. heather?
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still the kelly ayotte you know- and i'm still fighting for you. heather: a special rescue in florida. these two baby manatees were stranded in a bay in the keys, and saved by dolphin researchers. the male and female babies were
where they'll be rehabilitated before being released back into the ocean. [laughter] >> that's the baby. >> manatees get very large. >> yeah, they do. here it is, matthew, category four, winds 140 miles per hour, moving northward. we have high confidence is is going to impact haiti, jamaica, cuba, and the bahamas. from there, look how our spaghetti models, begin to diverge. very low confidence and uncertainty if there will be any impact appear. the timeframe would be next weekend. we will see improvements in our forecast. next weekend, all eyes on matthew.
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