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our move along the shore. all the way up toward jacksonville. then towards georgia and south carolina. once it is there over the weekend it will start to move east and we can significantly. just want to show you this. the hurricane force wind, notice how it gets the east coast of florida from the hurricane killed 100 people. tracking developments for us. >> it's not just the intensity but the duration. it is a slow mover and will be life-changing for many. as matthew closes then, florida's highways have been
of the way. >> evacuate, evacuate. this is going to kill people. >> they have boarded-up businesses and homes, bracing for the war storm in a decade. theme parks are closed through tomorrow. only the fourth time ever disney has shut its gates. torrential rain shoha for 100 people now confirmed dead. coastal towns are decimated. images like those have floridians taking the warnings seriously. >> it is like cape canaveral could take a direct hit. staffers hunkered down bracing for damage to billions of
miami airports all shut down. live at logan where they are seeing the ripple effects anchor:. anchor:checked the boards from orlando to charleston. flights canceled. dozens are seeking safety. >> i thought if i stayed it would be a new adventure. something i never went through. quite she is lucky to have escaped on the last flight out. >> i was on the phone with my son and he said do you have enough food, -- i am making you a reservation. >> they are not on evacuation orders from the state but by their family. >> our son called us and said we were leaving.
college student. >> i woke up saying you have no choice, you are coming home. >> i'm very grateful. >> as matthew tears through florida -- >> it's going to be a category four hurricane. >> it is not worth it. >> as for what they left behind -- >> i hope the house stays together while they are gone. >> their families convince them to evacuate. the couple doesn't cancel in boston. if you are flying in the next
time. heather: breaking news in orange. sky 5, a man was found dead and a woman seriously hurt. >> within the past few minutes they have started taking down the crime tape. this is an active investigation. we saw a woman who appears to be a friend or family member to newscenter 5. an elderly man has been killed and his wife injured in a home invasion. there is an active search for a suspect but he did not provide a suspect description. they have been at this house in orange since late this morning.
>> a lot of helicopters, a lot of police. they were turning cars away. i thought there was a plane crash because we were close to the airport. reporter: the schools were temporarily put on lockdown. that was just a precaution. the won anchor: sky 5 is up in the air. it's unfolding as we speak. it's a crime scene, a man was shot. he was taken to boston medical center. no word on the extent of his injuries. anchor: we are hearing from
he has agreed to an amicable solution. they moved to fire him. >> for the sake of my family, my health and the city of gloucester, it will ensure the city will move forward in a manner that the administration believes is best for the community. anchor: leave until his retirement. his mayor says the agreement will help that city move forward. heather: seven members of a union arrested this morning. live in charlestown where the mbta money room is back in the spotlight. reporter: everyone knew this
how far they were willing to go to make a statement. union leaders were being hauled into court. they failed to disperse at the arraignment. a cell phone belonging to one of the union members goes off, likely a call from across town where they had just voted 4-0 to privatize the money collection operation. it started at 5:30 this mni have locked themselves to the facility. >> prevented a money room truck from leaving. they left court with little to say. other union leaders had plenty. >> it's a bad step to take. once it is gone it never comes back. >> change is never easy.
our efforts. the status quo isn't working. >> by turning the operation over they will save $8 million annually. he promised all workers will be offered other jobs. >> it is clear this is all we will get. it's about getting profits for private companies. millions will be reinvested in infrastructure. he now has a window of three years to outsource other union jobs under a new law passed by the legislature. those arrested were released without bail. >> look closely at the picture of aaron frank. why his clowning around will land him in trouble with the law.
a firefighter car in front of my house. heather: isn't he cute? a big boost for little boy who really needed one. anchor: category for matthew with 15 miles of shreveport. it is starting to lean closer to the florida coast. anchor: surprising changes to the red sox batting order. special interests that oppose question 2
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anchor: donald trump in new hampshire tonight. ed: it could serve as a dry run
for sunday's debate. reporter: we are here in new hampshire were donald trump is taking the stage inside of this building within the next hour. it will be a town hall style forum. it was by invitation only. campaign staff says it will be
louis. staffers say donald trump recognizes the importance of the vote and with the election he is -- clinton has a slight edge in new hampshire leading by 2%. the event will begin here within the next hour. we will bring you more at 7:00. >> hillary clinton arrived in new york city today. she has no campaign event scheduled but her daughter and bernie sanders on the trail for her today. heather: the next presidential debate is sunday, 9:00 p.m.. emily will be there live providing coverage here on newscenter 5. ed: harvey has been keeping a close eye on hurricane matthew. heather: he checked his timeline
ed: up close and personal with his heroes. interviewer: what would you do with fand a smartphone?ll man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote? man: really? galvin: you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts driver's license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com. it's that easy.
galvin: register by october 19th. 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 making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> with the trouble surrounding creepy clown sidings, this is not happening -- helping. a person followed a school bus wearing a clown mask. he has been identified as a parent.
ed: a dream come true for a little boy with a life-threatening cancer. that guy loves fire fighters. heather: this chelsea firefighter was thrilled to welcome him as one of their own. reporter: >> this is a special call to duty. >> a firefighter in the front of my house. like, what? reporter: seizures and stopped breathing. he has terminal brain stem cancer. today a good adrenaline rush. >> this is riley. >> the first third-grader sworn in as a chelsea firefighter. >> i can't imagine what he and his family are going through. it puts things in perspective
the oldest of four siblings, -- >> i just want to spray them. reporter: he compares it to his regular day. toys on the engine worthy of taking home. >> maybe they will give you one. >> i'm a very ne today. they worry about his every tomorrow. >> you notice the people walking by treasuring every memory with him. >> you are like part of my family now. this is the most fun i have ever had. reporter: in chelsea, rhondella
ed: this is the moment the sun is setting here. you almost feel guilty. anchor: so many of us have relatives, friends and florida. some have places there. the concern is high with a category four storm. that is almost to shreveport. it is starting to turn more northwest. right coast, you can see it like a spinning top. you can see that shift to the west. hundreds -- 148 mile-per-hour storms. this is the track to the coastline up to jacksonville.
that is to be considered later in the week. he moves along the coast line. all the way up to jacksonville. then the will be some weakening and degradation. there could be a pool of moisture that gives us sunday morning. sunday morning may have clouds in the afternoon clearing from northeast to sell phase. it's obviously going to get worse when the bands move farther to the east. 41 miles per hour.
above that, all the areas likely to get hurricane force wind or gusts up to jacksonville. then that area will get smaller because of the weakening of the storm. higher and higher amounts move the area, that is where the storm is close to them. they may even be to the east. rainfall, look at this. 6-10 inches of rain. 30's and 40's. look how mild it became.
let's check it out. the next seven days, perhaps rain saturday night and early sunday. cooler the rest of the holiday weekend. it will become beautiful. hope to see you the next hour. out the ceremonial first pitch. trevor bauer will throw the real first pitch. john farrell has juggled this lineup for tonight's series opener. take a look at this. he moves down to number six. ortiz -- they flipped it around.
mr. october and david ortiz, the manager and the indians dugout. >> what does it mean to you personally to see david and his last pro season game? >> it with the mor i would write a check to this foundation. >> i love david. i don't want him to beat us. when he is in the batters box it makes me nervous. >> here's a guy that has made a lot of people nervous this year. look at that number.
the indians three out of the four times. now to the patriots. limited at today's practice, a foot injury. we did not see tom brady throw today. >> day two of tom brady's return to the fields of foxboro. we didn't see number 12 throwing passes. the media was limited to stretching prepared for cleveland, the next time we will see brady throwing the ball. >> how to tom look? >> he looks like tom. he looked good. like you found the -- like he found the fountain of youth. >> catching 15 passes for a touchdown in his first four games. it will play regular-season game for the first time against the
will do. that is how they prepare for each game. >> the question of rhythm applies to brady as well. his readiness could be out there it month away. he threw passes all distances. another patriot who has yet to play a game is joe tuning. >> now it is tom. is that change things? >> i just listened to the call and execute the best i can. >> brady against the browns, a record of 5-1. anchor: no reason it shouldn't be 6-1. what is the second prize? two trips to cleveland? i love it.
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tonight, breaking news. bracing for a monster storm. hurricane matthew, now growing in
strength to a category 4. ready to strike the east coast. millions of americans warned to leave before it's too late. >> if you need to evacuate and you haven't, evacuate. the storm will kill you. >> what could be the biggest several states tonight. powerful bands lashing florida right now, and what's coming this evening. millions warned they could lose power. already more than 100 dead in matthew's wake, rooftops ripped off. tonight, we're tracking the storm hour by hour. our team of meteorologists and reporters right here in the storm zone. a special edition of "world news