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maria 5 investigates, going to : the governor. >> are we going to hear about more apples in dcr? maria: his response after this video cost a dcr deputy his job. and what else we found about dcr staff. gloucester's police chief fired. made in mass, the company that puts the soles in our shoes and its connection to every member of the u.s. military. maria governor baker is : defending his administration's hiring practices to 5 investigates after a baker donor is forced to resign from his top position with the state. investigative reporter mike
scandal back in and is digging august up new information tonight. take a look. video obtained by five investigates showing he drove through boston on two different occasions lights and sirens blaring to get through traffic. >> that was incredibly bad judgment. >> he resigned on friday weeks after the state suspended him and his boss for using state funds for private partygoers were driven in golf carts rented by the state to the vip area. here is -- or he is greeting guests. this is on the republican state committee and has donated to his campaign. i we going to hear about more bad apples in dcr? >> i have known him for a long time. i certainly do not think you
anything like that again. >> five investigates have been looking and found numerous ties do the massachusetts republican party along with a questionable background. for other pastor present committee members are employed at dcr. including the community relations manager. the quincy attorney's smile license was suspended over misusing client funds. she said her political affiliation had nothing to do with getting the job. then there is carol sanchez, a cpa and soft described fat -- friend who helped on his campaign. she was hired in april 2015 despite a drunk driving arrest. sanchez admitted to sufficient facts and the case was continued. she says it had nothing to do with her rest and insists she was qualified for the job.
republicans? >> they had a couple of unfortunate incidents. the governor tells me he believes anyone who's hired by his administration is qualified for the job. we reached out to the ousted deputy commissioner, but didn't hear back. mike beaudet. 5 investigates. ed 5 investigates learning who : will lead braintree's police department in the wake of the evidence room scandal. stoughton's former chief, paul shastany, will serve as interim chief. braintree is also bringing in former boston chief dan linsky to help train officers and policies. 5 investigates first reported in august that a review of braintree's evidence room found missing drugs, cash and seized weapons. chief russell jenkins announced his retirement following the investigation and the deputy chief was placed on leave. there is breaking news in melrose. sky 5 is in the air over serious -- a serious accident. one car can be seen flipped over. it is completely upside down. police on the scene waiting to
maria: a police chief fired for destroying evidence. live in gloucester. his lawyer is saying this is a witchhunt. >> he tweeted thanking the people of gloucester and telling them he loved working for them. he used the #headheldhigh. >> he testified on the 23rd that he has given over all of his communications with that woman. we know that is not true. >> leaders say leonard campanale destroyed evidence and misled investigators who are looking into his conduct. >> this investigation has been a witchhunt from the beginning and the reasons given by the city or terminating the contract had nothing to do with the original inquiry that they were
allegations regarding his a very during their relationship. she expressed concerns were safety. >> we have the telephone records. on one day they texted 634 times. we do not have any of the text ticket -- because he did not provide them. >> the -- it had been mailed anonymously. the district attorney's office that package in an everett post office. >> the -- integrity is an important component. >> his attorney would not answer any of our questions at their press conference this afternoon. he focused on the chiefs success creating the angel program which helped addicts get into treatment. the mayor said that will
>> an investigation is underway after police shot and killed a man. the district attorney's office said the police were trying to service search warrant at the home of the 57-year-old man suspected in an armed robbery last week. when officers went to his home they say he pointed a gun at them and they opened fire. one of the victims said he is still shaken up by what happened. >> he wanted to go home. what do you want to go home. >> the suspect died at the scene. his name has not been released. maria: tracking hurricane matthew. the question is where it goes next. we all want to know the answer to that. >> the models are pointing in
this is definitely hitting north. does it get deflected out to see, does it, sure, does it hit up the eastern seaboard and impact southern new england? all of that is in play. here is the latest. you can see a nice i write here. this -- these are due north and south lines. it is heading up toward the western side of haiti. where the winds could be topping 140 miles per hour. well. the storm set to impact western portions of haiti and into cuba. torrential rain, tend to 20 inches. wins over 100 miles per hour easily then up into the bahamas from there. the latest coming up in a few minutes. maria: two local groups have established orphanages in haiti. they are preparing for the
it sends more than $80,000 worth of in-kind nation every year. they are stocking up on food and water for its people haiti and will provide shelter from hurricane matthew. >> any normal rainstorm has flooded people's homes. >> peoar we are praying and hoping for the best. maria: hurricane matthew is potentially the biggest disaster since 2010. ed: donald's foundation order to stop raising money and the
proper license to raise funds in the state of new york. they want the foundation to turn over its financial reports within 15 days. a spokesman said the foundation will cooperate but says the investigation was politically motivated. maria: a company that puts the souls in our shoes. >> their focus now and the connection to every member of the u.s. military. >> we are tracking scattered showers and of thunder. some downpours continue. we will have the latest. maria: a giant flower that looks a whole lot better than it smells. the local zoo where the corpse flower is in rare bloom. capital one believes your bank should work for you,
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the feds while he was working as an informant. he is currently serving a life sentence in a federal prison. maria: in tonight's maiden mass, you may not know their name but chances are you own their product. doug meehan takes us inside the company that's been putting soles on shoes for decades. doug: perhaps you recognize the famous yellow octagon vibram logo. it may even be on the bottom of a pair of shoes or boots your wearing right now. but did you know it's company's stitched with proud new england know how. 0009 >> when we think about vibr, we always think about performance, innovation and quality. doug mike gionfriddo : is president and ceo of vibram. the north brookfield company first known as the quebog corporation when it started in 1916 as a local rubber manufacturer. in the mid 60's the italian shoe maker was looking to team up with a u.s. partner to produce a
that's when quebog stepped up to the challenge. and just last year, like a shoe's uppers and lowers, the two companies became one. >> we are, i'll say, a performance niche brand. doug for more than 50 years the : focus has been producing rubber soles for work, industrial and outdoor markets. but it's vibrams' bond with the u.s. military that is priority one. these massachusetts workers supply the soles for every single american soldier, sailor and airmen's footwear. doug: chris favreau says the company is also serious about innovation. take for example their brand new arctic grip bottoms. starting this fall, 6 different manufactures will be offering shoes and boots with what vibram calls the best ice gripping sole in the world. >> that is remarkable. that is unbelievable. it is unbelievable. doug at a recent 100 year : celebration, vibram marked a
they believe it's past, current and future success is only made possible because of it's workers -- it's workers, the hard working souls who put pride in being made in mass in every sole. that pride also extends to the recent olympic games in rio as well. vibram teamed up with ralph lauren to make the soles for both the men's and women's u.s. athletes shoes they wore for the opening ceramonies. >> let's talk about we have some scattered showers and in some cases heavy downpours that are seeking -- snaking south and west. we will zoom in on a couple. these are relegated to areas in
we will take you into a couple of these. drifting to the south and east, these should hold together to bring a few drifts of orange. it is either side of 60 degrees. the clouds phil and generally everywhere tonight. we have a high-pressure area sinking southward. and that coming off the water. 57 degrees. and clouds moving back in. leading to a raw start tomorrow morning. the high not really her friend. it does keep the clouds around until lunchtime. from northeast to southwest we start to see the sun emerging
pockets of drizzle. it will be wet in some cases, he will see some patchy fog and a lot of clouds. as we head toward lunchtime some increasing sunshine. a jury start should lead to a nice finish. high temperatures nearing 60 degrees. everybody talking about the tropics, hurricane matthew spinning toward the north-northeast at seven miles per hour. 140 mile per hour sustained winds. making it a hurricane. taking it over eastern cuba, far western sections of haiti. and also florida. this is through thursday. i want you to notice how closely clustered those lines are. look how far par they are.
latitude of savannah, georgia, this could head out to sea. this could come into the carolinas, this may brush the carolinas. we do not know what the impacts are going to be. the timing and intensity, it is all in play and all i can do is suggest you continue watching the forecast closely all week. we do not need to make any preparations right now except if you are in haiti or cuba. hurricane effect. this is the official track keeping it off the carolinas by saturday. a long time to go as the system continues moving off to the north. here's a check of your seven days ahead. a drizzly start and then some son by afternoon. increasing amounts of son for thursday and friday and then the question remains how much of an impact if any would matthew have on us area did that would be
the timing is everything. we will have another update at 10. >> now, sportscenter 5, one minute drill. mike: tom brady is in foxboro, he was in meetings. he was not spotted in the locker room and he did not and will not speak today. tomorrow is the players day off and tom brady will be at gillette most of the day. there will be practice on yesterday while the patriots wednesday. were playing the bills brady was spotted working out in full pads at the dexter school in brookline. now he's back full time and his teammates are talking about him like he is the invisible man. >> good to be back, anything to break the ice there? >> i have not seen him. >> have you seen tom you today? >> no. >> i have not seen them yet. >> is he here today? >> i had a -- i can enter that
maria: everyone at starbucks is getting a raise, today. that's right pay raises took affect for all of the company's 157,000 u.s. employees. those raises, ranging from 5 to 15%. starbucks alou company stock awards for long term workers. customers might be helping to cover the costs. in july, starbucks rasied the price of some of its drinks up to as much as 30 cents. ed: new at seven, some good news for harry potter fans. all 8 movies will be back in theaters for a week, ahead of the premiere for the spinoff film fantastic beasts and where to find them. imax and warner brothers announced the promotion today. starting october 13, fans can see the movies back to back at
and during that magical marathon? some sneak peaks from the new movie, which premieres next month. also new today. the annual independence day fireworks spectacular on the esplanade will continue in longtime executive producer 2017. david mugar is leaving the show but today he announced he's passing the baton to the boston pops orchestra. the pops plays the show every year, and now they're taking over the planning as well with conductor keith lockhart in the top job. to make sure the transition goes an advisory role. maria: coming up at 11. a crucial hospital in haiti right in the path of hurricane matthew.
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