tv Newscenter 5 Eyeopener ABC October 8, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EDT
announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> i said shayna: breaking overnight -- donald trump releases a late-night apology. is reported statement after the release of cruise statements about women. doug: a man is recovering after a stabbing near boston common and just steps from emerson college. a witness' disturbing account of what he saw. shayna: and hurricane matthew continuing to barrel up the coast. where it is now and the destruction it's left in its path.
boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. it's 6:00 saturday, october 8:00. i'm doug meehan. shayna: i'm shayna seymour in for antoinette this morning. it's 47 degrees. no rain. so we're feeling, right now, nothing what they're experiencing down south. hi, mike. mike: good morning, good morning. yeah, they are still getting some powerful winds and rain down through the carolinas, skirting along the florida coast. worked its way along the georgia coast. now hilton head highlands. -- island. i've seen gusts over 80 miles an hour. these wind gusts extend way out in the center of that. long way to the north into parts of almost virginia. what this system will do is continue to track along the carolina coast and by the time we get to late tonight, early tomorrow morning, it will do a right-hand turn and begin this loop heading its way offshore, but maybe trying to sweep its way back in as a leftover
go away. we'll be talking about it for a week and probably another week. we have partly cloudy skies this morning. this afternoon, fading sunshine. thin cloud cover. i don't think you'll notice it that much. temperatures warming up nicely. cooler at the coast. inland i think we'll see temperatures into the 70's. tonight, we start to talk about mostly cloudy skies because we've got some rain in the forecast. here's the way the map looks. gray skies and a band of showers someoc working its way in. i'll show you how much of your day you can expect for rain tomorrow, especially the area that's going to have the most of it. all that coming up in just a few moments. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. doug: breaking overnight -- donald trump issuing a video apology for a lewd conversation recorded on a bus. shayna: the chat about women was caught on a hot mic more than a decade ago. abc's brian clark has donald
from the past. >> i moved on her and i failed. i'll admit it. i did try and [bleep]. she was married. reporter: the billionaire talking about trying to sleep with a married woman as he was en route to take a soap opera cameo. the chat reported by the "washington post" took place months after marrying his wife, melania. trump said that his celebrity status helped withom >> i'm going to use some tic-tacs in case i start kissing her. and when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep]. you can do anything. reporter: then trump emerges from the bus. >> hello. how are you? hi. reporter: trump insists this was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago.
even close. i apologize if anyone was offended. trump responds the damaging video. >> i've never said
i'm a perfect person nor pretended to be someone that i'm not. i've said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. reporter: brian clark, abc news, new york. shayna: trump says he's preparing for tomorrow's debate and our own emily riemer will be there in st. louis. you can watch the showdown right here starting at 9:00 p.m. tomorrow night. doug: right now, boston police are investigating a stabbing near emerson college. this happened at around 11:00 last night around tremont and boylston streets. a witness says he saw a stranger try to help the victim who had been slashed in the throat. >> he was bleeding. there was blood dripping.
the side there in dunkin' doughnuts, and he took it off his shirt and was holding the blood in. doug: boston e.m.s. saying the victim has nonlife-threatening injuries. no word of arrests. "the globe" is reporting neither the victim nor the suspect had any ties to emerson college. this man is behind bars as police in new hampshire investigate the death of purposely leaving that child alone. the child died wednesday. the cause is
under investigation. shayna: georgia and south carolina are bracing for hurricane matthew as it spins away from florida. the storm has weakened a bit, but heavy rain and winds still moved into savannah, georgia, last night. those conditions and heavy flooding are expected to keep up
evacuated. and waves were rolling last night in folly beach, south carolina. hurricane matthew churning up the waters there with winds still up over 100 miles per hour. forecasters say a storm surge of up to nine feet is possible in places. north carolina is also bracing for impact. people in wrightsville beach spent part of yesterday putting down sand bags ahead of the storm. up to 15 inches of rain could be headed to the that has north carolina's governor concerned. >> this has the potential for north carolina to see the worst flooding since hurricane floyd in 1999. shayna: president obama signed an emergency declaration making federal aid available to dozens of counties. mike: as you just saw on that radar, matthew has moved out of florida, but the storm may have already been to blame for more deaths. firefighters in st. lucie county
have died from carbon monoxide poisoning while using a generator, the tragedy outweighing property damage, which could be extensive. you see the flooding piers in fort pierce. also, let's go down to brevard county where you can see the wind damage did some to the roofs and buildings there. it has been a mess, but nothing compared to what's happening down south. travel starting to get back to no normal. you have flights resuming at south florida airports. 5,000 flights were canceled including some at logan. travelers say they're dealing with the inconvenience and rather thinking of those in the hurricane's path. haiti has been the worst impacted from matthew with the death toll topping 800. we'll look at how local relief agencies are trying to help. you can track the storm in realtime no matter where you are. just simply download our wcvb mobile app for your phone or tablet. shayna: meantime, new information on a deadly crash in
victim as robert keith iii of west bridgewater. the 58-year-old was killed late thursday night when he veered off 495 south. the car crashed into trees and caught fire. police are still trying to figure out why the car went off the road. doug: 5 investigates this morning, and we're learning that two new deputy commissioners are now in place at the state's department of conservation and recreation last friday, matthew sisk resigned as d.c.r. deputy commissioner when this video surfaced showing him using lights and sirens to cut through traffic in his state vehicle. back in august, sisk and his boss, leo roy, were suspended when 5 investigates started asking questions about a july v.i.p. party when guests were driven to the hat shelf in state-funded golf carts. three other high-ranking members
environmental affairs were fired or resigned this week. shayna: drivers can find out exactly how much it will cost to use the mass pike when a new tolling system goes into effect. mass d.o.t. has approved new rates after feedback from the public. toll booths will be replaced at the end of the month. drivers with e-z pass will get a discount. other drivers will have to pay more. it's cause a $7 million loss in revenue. the obama administration turning up the heat on russia. doug: the action the white house is openly accusing the russian government of doing. also this morning -- another possible setback for samsung. the action u.s. regulators are considering after replacement phone catches fire. mike? mike: the latest on matthew and our next chance for rain. the timeline and if it will get
shayna: a scare on a flight could force samsung to ise that were supposed to replace dangerous galaxy note 7's. federal regulators want to know why a replacement phone caught fire wednesday morning on a flight from louisville to baltimore. samsung has already replaced more than two million of the original note 7 phones because their lithium batteries could catch fire. the maker of the epipen is paying for allegedly overcharging medicaid. mylan has reached a $465 million
treatment. now, the justice department claimed mylan improperly called the epipen a generic drug, leading the government to spend more than a billion dollars on it. mylan says the settlement does not imply any wrongdoing. doug: right now, logan airport is working with federal aviation officials to reduce noise from planes flying over neighborhoods. faa officials say flight paths have become more concentrated in the past several years with planes flying over some neighborhoods as few minutes. this project will bring state and federal officials together with m.i.t. engineers to test programs to curb the concentration. massachusetts congressman stephen lynch is calling these tests a baby step. >> you don't need an m.i.t. engineer to figure out that putting all those planes over that narrow band of homes is a bad thing. doug: congressman lynch says if this program isn't effective, he
noise and file a class-action lawsuit. announcer: now your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist mike wankum. shayna: we're just looking outside. it looks like the sun was going to peek through. it's been dry so far. what's in store? mike: we have some rain tomorrow. it all has to do with this thing. way down the coast, matthew is spinning. it's going to make a right-hand turn and miss it, but it has a plume of moisture that will try to work its way into the southeastern part of the e. maximum sustained winds are 105 miles per hour. it is battering the coast of the carolinas right now, getting reports in around hilton head, wind gusts of over 80 miles an hour right now. this storm system will track its way up to north carolina and hang a right. you say how is this going to impact us? think of that hurricane as drawing in a lot of moisture, tropical moisture at that, all the way along the east coast. so we have this cold front coming in from the west. typically, that would come through, we'd get a few
because this is dragging up all this moisture around us, we have a chance for enhancement to that rain, primarily, though, over the southeastern part of the state as we head toward tomorrow afternoon. it depends on the tracking of that front. but this morning we're starting out with basically clear skies. there is patchy fog. here are the areas where we're seeing the thickest fog. visibility down to 1/4 mile. you get outside that fog or look straight out, crystal clear skies this morning and a hint of sunshine. sunrise this morning is not until we get to 6:49. but we still 52 degrees right now in boston with a southerly breeze at 7 miles per hour. temperatures are not as cold as they've been the last couple of nights. we've seen lows this morning into the 40's and 50's, but the last couple of days, we've seen it into the 30's. today we start with that sunshine this morning. we go to some clouds this afternoon. it's a thin overcast. i think you'll enjoy today. 66 to 70. then tonight we start putting some showers into the forecast. a little patchy fog again. notice the temperatures. they don't get that cold as we head to the overnight hours.
8:30 in the morning, there's that front coming in. there are the scattered showers. remember, this moisture is sitting out there as well. so as this system comes in, this is 8:00 as we talk about tonight and then as we head toward tomorrow morning, see what happens? that plume of moisture, the main storm is way down here, but a little plume of moisture working its way up, working with this front. you see where it's focusing. right down toward the cape and the southeastern part of the state. to the north and west, not going to see anything out of this whole deal. then it pushes through. by monday we are talking about sunshine moving in. and look how dry we are. over 10 1/2 inches in boston. so today fading sunshine, but not a bad day. temperatures into the upper 60's. inland will see temperatures into the 70's. then we get that chance of showers. think of it as two parts, one band of showers tonight. tomorrow we watch for moisture coming up. this is the map at 8:00 tomorrow morning. it's focusing southeastern part of the state. it might get to boston and that's about it. north and west, you're probably not going to see much. this will sit down here most of
eventually the sunshine comes back in here. that's why we have sunshine showing up in your forecast on monday. many of you have that as a holiday. it will be a chilly start but rebounding nicely. we have plenty of sunshine for tuesday, wednesday. thursday another cold front comes through and gives us a chance of some showers. not a lot of rain, but a chance of some showers. the air behind that will get even cooler. next week, friday, we'll see temperatures barely getting to the 60-degree mark. this is fall, the weather we sunshine during the afternoon. not so much sunshine today and certainly tomorrow some welcomed rain. doug and shayna? shayna: thank you. other stories we're following right now on the eye, the u.s. is accusing russia of trying to interfere with the presidential election. doug: two intelligence agencies releasing a joint statement yesterday officially blaming russia for recent email hacks. those breaches targeted political groups including the democratic national convention. shayna: braintree police chief
he announced his retirement in the wake of an evidence room scandal. 5 investigates first reported in august that a review of braintree's evidence room found missing drugs, cash, and seized weapons. former police chief paul shastany will serve as interim chief. shayna: check this out, one of three sharks tagged off of cape cod and nantucket yesterday. one of those sharks was the first great white male they've tagged in the atlantic. announcer: now here's josh brogadir with sportscenter 5. >> red sox came out flat and finished that way at cleveland. david price o 7 as a starter coming into the postseason. he was in trouble early and often. down 1-0 in the second inning
chisenhall. a lefty in the lineup batting ninth. three-run homer. cleveland up to the a big start. the ace on the other side, he was excellent. corey kluber. even the most reliable losing. dustin pedroia didn't get his glove down on this one. last lick, another sox bat. hasn't been working. cleveland wins 6-0. that's going to do it for the red sox. game three sunday, clay buchholz on the mound. 4:00 p.m. at fenway. that's it for sports. i'm josh brogadir. shayna: all right. fair to say red sox icon david ortiz has a lot on his mind right now in his last postseason. don't go, papi! doug: no matter what's on his plate, he saves a special place
mass general hospital for children. >> we have red sox suits, red sox hats. reporter: when you ask who his favorite player is, he speaks from his heart. >> david ortiz. reporter: he's a hero for helping kids like nate get through heart surgery. >> we knew from the day he was born essentially that he had a heart murmur. reporter: a small hole in the wall separating the left and right sides of nate's heart. >> when a doctor says your son's going to need open thing. reporter: and yet kind of routine for the pediatric cardiology team at mass general hospital for children. this home video shows nate walking out just four days later. today he's doing great. >> there was a hole but they patched it. reporter: the david ortiz fund has donated more than $400,000 to pay for 16 procedures at mass general.
program. reporter: it's even paid for children with heart defects in ortiz's native dominican republic to travel here for care. >> quite literally changed for the better. reporter: and frequently visits the hospital to check on these kids. >> so starstruck to see him. when you think what he's doing there, it makes it that much more impressive. reporter: for this family, big papi is more than a red sox legend. he's a hall of fame humanitarian. >> just amazing to see how committed he is his home country. it's just incredible. shayna: that was maria stephanos. to honor big papi's retirement, the red sox foundation and owners announced they will donate $1 million to his fund to help even more kids. doug: his heart is bigger than his body. he's a big guy, but his heart is that much bigger. shayna: papi, don't go. halloween is a few weeks away.
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doug: you're looking at a live picture from nahant. notice the waves. there's a little action this morning. you'll notice that over the next couple of days because of matthew and nicole churning up the ocean. we'll see much more wave action. do keep that in mind if you're doing any activities near the
with temperatures in the 40's and 50's. a little patchy fog in a few locations. today is the nicer of the two weekend days. we have sunshine fading away to cloud cover this afternoon. upper 60's to low 70's. tomorrow, gray skies, showers, mainly northwest will be the scattered showers. toward the southeastern part of the state, the cape, we could see steadier rain. sunshine returns monday, tuesday and wednesday. doug: thank you. in this morning's 5 for good, it's a call to action. shayna: it's an opportunity for you to need have a great halloween. interfaith social services in quincy is asking for new or gently used costumes for kids to be donated, and they need a lot. the organization says more than 300 kids have already asked for a costume this year. you can donate those costumes to the organization's office at 105 adams street in quincy. that address is also up on wcvb.com.
massachusetts state police descend on an 81-year-old woman's home. doug: the bust they were looking to make and the surprise they found in her home. the unusual way the federal government judges the severity of storms. how waffle houses factor in. shayna: look at that. you are looking at the city of boston. the sun's up. it looks like a beautiful day.
now on these words don't reflect who i am. doug: breaking news -- a late-night apology from donald trump, the video released hours after a recording was uncovered of trump making crude remarks about woman. shayna: new details on a home invasion that left an elderly man dead and his wife seriously injured. right now, the car police are looking for. doug: also this morning, the devastation after matthew. the help for haiti local
boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. 6:30 on a saturday morningment i'm doug meehan. shayna: i'm shayna seymour here with mike wankum. things are looking nice this morning. mike: yeah, i think today is the nicer of the two weekend days. we have a chance of rain tomorrow. second weekend in a row we have rain in the forecast. we need it. shayna: it's a good news/bad news thing. mike: most of the rain will be state. we have hurricane matthew, a category two storm with maximum sustained winds of 105 miles per hour. getting some reports of wind gusts about 80 miles an hour along the south carolina coast right now. this thing has got tons of moisture associated with it. not only the storm surge, but rain as well. as you travel to the north, you see these bands of rain? some of that moisture, not the actual storm itself, but some of that moisture in the air is going to give us an enhancement of rain as we talk about
its way out of here. so direct impact on us is not going to be out there. this thing is dragging all kinds of tropical moisture along the east coast, and that's going to allow a cold front to tap into that a little bit. today, fading sunshine, nice showers tonight. tomorrow, early showers, hit or miss stuff, but more of an opportunity for rain in the southeastern part of the state all because of what could be happening with matthew. we'll talk more about the threat for rain tomorrow in a few mo >> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. doug: donald trump releasing a video apology for newly surfaced comments about women. shayna: he's pledging to be a, quote, better man after the conversation caught on a hot mike in 2005. >> you know, i'm automatically attracted to beautiful -- like a magnet. i don't even -- and when you're a star, they let you do it.
shayna: in that same conversation with "access hollywood's" billy bush at the time, trump bragged about making advances on a married woman. trump said he says things he regrets and tried to move on. >> this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we're facing today. shayna: before the video apology, trump's rival, hillary clinton, tweeted, "this is horrific." "we cannot allow this become president." doug: house speaker paul ryan has canceled an event with trump today. republican john huntsman is among gop members telling the salt lake tribune, in a campaign cycle that has been nothing but a race to the bottom, the time has come for governor pence to
new hampshire senator kelly ayotte also reacting to trump's comments, calling them, quote, totally inappropriate and offensive. shayna: hillary clinton's campaign is reacting to an alleged leak of some of her paid speeches to financial institutions. the website wikileaks put out documents in which clinton allegedly praised a plan that would require cuts to social security. she also allegedly said it was an oversimplification to blame the 2008 financial crisis on the u.s. banking system and trade. now, the clinton campaign put out a statement saying, "we are not going to confirm the authenticity of stolen documents." trump and clinton are now preparing for tomorrow's debate. and our emily riemer will be in st. louis. you can watch the showdown right here starting at 9:00 p.m. tomorrow night. doug: well, hurricane matthew has moved out of florida and it is now slamming georgia and the carolinas. several major cities are now in
and a rising death toll in its wake. this morning, the storm's full impact is yet to be seen. hurricane matthew matthew moving northward up the coast, now slamming parts of georgia and the carolinas. >> the best thing now is to just hurricane season down, stay in a safe place, don't move, don't try and move around. doug: stern warnings after the storm claimed at least three lives in florida and left behind a trail of damage. the ocean pouring over jacksonville beach. the flooding extending for blocks. in downtown st. augustine, nearly two dozen people, including children, were at one point trapped by the rising water around this bed and breakfast. >> you guys doing okay? doug: further south, roads washed away while wind gusts topped 100 miles an hour tore down power lines. transformers exploding and trees -- >> like a big boom. doug: in haiti, utter
it tops 800 and is rising. meanwhile, hurricane matthew is weaker, yet 26,000 people in the carolinas are heeding the warnings and taking no chances, riding the storm out in shelters. right now, more than a million people are without power down in florida. officials say it could be a week or more before it could be fully restored. shayna: as you just heard, the floodwaters receded in haiti. the death toll there is rising. killed, and that number is expected to rise as aid workers sift through the wreckage. the impoverished nation is rebuilding from a devastating earthquake six years ago. here in massachusetts, local relief agencies are coordinating aid as members of the haitian community wait to hear from loved ones. >> the worst part is i got like other people here. they look up to me, and they
their loved ones, and i can't reach mine. shayna: president obama is asking americans to be generous, help desperately needed not only now but in the weeks, months, and years ahead. you can track the storm in realtime no matter where you are. just download our wcvb mobile news app for your phone or tablet. doug: 6:37. right now, a small massachusetts town is still struggling with the aftermath of a deadly crime. wife clinging to life, and no arrests. the eye's juli mcdonald has the latest. reporter: a simple sign of sympathy outside this home in oranges, the scene of a deadly crime on wednesday. police are still searching for the killer. >> it's terrible. you hear this on television, and you know what happens, but never this close. i mean, this is really scary. reporter: 95-year-old thomas
still hospitalized with serious injuries. no suspects have been named, but police believe the killer may have stolen the couple's car. they're looking for a 2003 toyota corolla like this one. the license plate reads m99-949. >> they did interview us. i know with the people i talked to, nobody saw anything. reporter: neighbors wonder who would hurt the couple they waved to for years. >> they were the nicest, the hardest working people you would ever want to know. >> i have a lot of sympathy for them, being close to my own mother and my nieces and cousins and stuff. it definitely hits home. total nightmare. reporter: the attack happened here on wednesday evening at the couple's home. police say if you think you may have seen that gray or silver station wagon, you are asked to reach out to orange police. in orange, juli mcdonald, wcvb, newscenter 5. shayna: right now, a woman is
murdering her husband in roxbury. karen edwards appeared confused when she faced a judge yesterday morning, even asking the court why she needed a lawyer. police say she stabbed her husband, collins edwards, in the chest after an argument inside a home on wensley street. the defendant's behavior in court has now prompted an in-depth mental review. >> the doctor here from the west roxbury court clinic did evaluate opinion that further evaluation must be done regarding the issues of competence. shayna: edwards is being held without bail pending the outcome of that evaluation. doug: here's an interesting idea. police in new bedford are asking for help in keeping tabs on surveillance cameras in the city. they've asked residents and businesses with cameras to consider joining a registry. police say the program is voluntary, and the information on the cameras will be kept secret.
police solve crimes faster even though they wouldn't have direct access to those cameras. shayna: two football coaches suspended without pay after a player claims he was assaulted on a team bus. they were returning from an away game. police pulled the bus over in concord after a player called 9-1-1 and reported that his coach had assaulted him. the superintendent says both coaches on leave. >> the police were called and investigated. we take these incidents seriously. it's going to be done quickly. we will follow up. shayna: it's not clear if either coach will face charges. doug: an 81-year-old amherst grandmother is speaking out after a marijuana plant was taken from her backyard. margaret holcomb says she uses marijuana for medical purposes and believes it has helped her
property. her son heard a helicopter overhead and a short time later troopers were at the home. the massachusetts state police says it was part of a marijuana eradication operation working with the state's national guard. >> we supposedly live in a democracy, and i'm beginning to wonder about that now. >> you feel like this is a violation of your constitutional -- >> yes, it's a violation of my constitutional rights, particularly the fourth amendment. doug: a spokesperson for the state police says it doesn't matter what the marijuana is used for. it outside an unrestricted area. shayna: rating the severity of a storm. doug: one unusual method fema uses to judge exactly how bad conditions really are. also, two women accused in another clown scare. they're in trouble with the law. the action a judge is taking after learning the details of this alleged scheme. mike? mike: a cool and seasonably start to your long weekend. the chances of more rain that i'm tracking later this weekend
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disorderly conduct charges yesterday. police say they jumped out of a car to scare two girls, then chased them down the street while screaming at them. it's part of a trend of clown scares across the country that the judge in this case does not find amusing. >> it's extremely, extremely alarming about what's going on right now in the united states. shayna: police say the women told them they thought it would be funny. doug: 6:45. fema has an unusual way to predict the severity of a natural disaster. it's the so-called waffle house index. and it's predicting a rough recovery after hurricane matthew. here's why. the popular southern breakfast chain is known for staying open no matter what. so anytime one shuts down, it suggests rough times for the economy. and so far, at least 25 waffle houses have closed across florida, georgia, and south carolina.
wankum. mike: matthew has now departed florida and headed toward the carolinas. what we're seeing is a little wave action. you're going to see more and more of that over the next couple of days. the surfers are lining up and they're going to be out there in force the next few days. the waters are going to be dangerous, but those surfers are prepared for what's going to be happening. keep that in mind if you're taking a stroll near the ocean. here's what's happening right now with matthew. it's spinning off the north carolina coast. almost looks like that right turn will drag these winds offshore. so right now, the area in red you see is where we're seeing maximum sustained winds that are hurricane strength. this will work its way up along the carolina coast. by the time we get to myrtle beach, that should be the end of it. we're talking about later on tonight. the hurricane winds will completely move off. we have seen wind gusts in the 80-mile-an-hour range. yesterday we saw over 100 miles
canaveral. we head through tomorrow into monday, it continues to diminish as it moves offshore. it's a category two storm right now. there's the right-hand turn. it becomes a category one, a tropical storm, and a tropical wave, just fading away slowly as it makes one big loop out there. but because this is churning up this part of the ocean so much, we get a lot of that wave action moving up along the east coast. we also get tropical moisture which tries to work its way up. you tight down here. it's drawing a lot of this additional tropical moisture over top of us. with this cold front coming in from the west, that could trigger off enhancement to the rain, especially as you look at the southeastern part of the state and the cape tomorrow. today, we're starting out with basically clear skies. there's patchy fog out there. that fog is going to burn away this morning. we'll enjoy sunshine for the first part of the day. then you'll notice this thin cloud cover hovering over top of us. it's going to be a fading
52 degrees. the dew point, 51. shows that the moisture is starting to lift up a little bit. the more moisture you have in the air, the better opportunity for rain in here for tomorrow. right now, temperatures into the 40's and 50's out there. not as chilly as the last couple of mornings, but a cool start. high temperatures today, if you're right near the shoreline, upper 60's. you get inland, we'll see lower 70's. looking like a pretty decent day. worcester 66 today. tomorrow we get that chance of some showers and much cooler temperatures moving worcester only to the 50's. through the south shore, temperatures into the 70's today. looking at the cape, we've got temperatures in the 60's for highs today. good chance of rain that we'll see tomorrow, but clearing away for your columbus day holiday. let's talk more about that rain and the threat coming in. what happens is this front comes in. it triggers off showers. there's that additional moisture. we get a round of showers later on tonight. we get a little round of showers tomorrow in the northwestern part of the state during the early part of the day, but
this is the map at 3:00 tomorrow. southeastern part of the state is most likely location for getting this rain. it all clears away on monday. so the two weekend days, today is the pick of the weekend. we've got temperatures climbing up, upper 60's to around 70 degrees in many spots and fading sunshine. and then tomorrow chance of some scattered showers but a good opportunity for some rain in the southeastern part of the state. that rain threat will be all day long. we have rain there. then we clear things off monday, tuesday, wednesday. nothing but suhi thursday. not looking at much of a chance. a cold front coming through with not nearly as much moisture to work with as the one moving through tomorrow. doug? doug: 4:00 game time, yea or nay? down 1-0 in the second inning, david price left one over the plate. lonnie chisenhall dings that one
price only lasts 3 1/3. sox only managed three hits in this one. they got shutout in cleveland yesterday 6-zip. turning to football now, number 12 makes his big return. tomorrow our ed harding is going to be there. look for him tomorrow on the eyeopener and live from cleveland after the game on newscenter 5 and sportscenter 5 ot. shayna: too many good things to watch tomorrow. i'm nervous. doug: grab your popcorn. city are on crackdown -- are cracking down, excuse me -- on a popular way couples have been declaring their love. doug: yes, it's all about the lockdown and how they're going to get rid of them. so many couples have been attaching love locks to the brooklyn bridge, and it's causing safety concerns. since 2013, crews have clipped 34,000 locks off the bridge. the price tag -- more than $100,000 a year. recently, there were so many locks on a wire that it actually
over traffic. >> it's actually very heavy. so imagine it falling onto the roadway, onto a motorist, onto a windshield. it will kill somebody. doug: yikes! so will love many times. new signs are going up on the bridge, warning people of a $100 fine for attaching a lock on that bridge. more than 8,000 locks have been removed this year alone. shayna: i still love that. all right. breaking overnight, donald trump speaks out after surfaced comments on women. >> i'm automatically attracted to beautiful women. and when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. doug: well, coming up, how trump is encouraging people to move past this scandal. shayna: look at that, doug. doug: is that maui? shayna: oh, my goodness. that is where i want to be, not that i don't want to be with you
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the comment caught on a hot microphone about trump making sexual advances toward women. matthew is out of florida. it's done some damage there. this is brevard county where you can see the wind damage on the roof of buildings there. this category two storm is now raging in georgia and the carolinas. shayna: all right. 48 degrees, mike. are we going to see any of this? mike: we're not going to see any direct impact. we may have enhan look for rain primarily in the southeastern part of the state tomorrow. shayna: you can watch the latest newscenter 5 newscast anytime. >> this is an editorial by wcvb channel 5 president and general manager bill fine. >> last week, "5 investigates" shed light on the systemic inequality in public education of students with special needs across the commonwealth.
in the way school districts negotiate private settlement agreements family by family to pay for the education of students with special needs. the vast majority of these settlements are found in the wealthier school districts. although the funds are provided by public tax dollars, these school districts fight hard to keep the information private. leading the battle for sunlight, one parent spent three years and almost $100,000 in a legal battle with the town of their private settlement agreement should be part of the public record. the massachusetts supreme judicial court agreed. when the settlements were opened, it was revealed every agreement was different and some parents negotiated a much better deal for their children than others. a free appropriate public education is guaranteed by federal law and shouldn't be closed in secrecy. while the plans may be personalized, some parents have 100% of the costs covered while others pay out of pocket. some families have transportation covered.
although individual situations and needs explain disparities to some degree, public disclosure allows transparency to have that discussion and examination. most important, tax dollars are legislated to educate all of our students, not just those whose families have more information, fight, and financial might to pry precious dollars from their school district. 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 and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac
good morning, america. trump caught on tape, lewd and sexist under fire after an explosive video revealing graphic comments he made about women. >> i did try and [ bleep ]. but she was married. >> hillary clinton calling his comments horrific and high ranking members of his own party condemniim rare trump apology. >> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> with the next presidential debate coming tomorrow night, can trump come back from this? we have team coverage. also breaking this morning, monster hurricane matthew working its way up the east coast. slamming south carolina and georgia right now. this thing is packing dangerous winds of 100 miles an hour.