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ronger public schools. announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> i said it. i was wrong, and i apologize. shayna: breaking overnight -- donald trump releases a late-night apology. his reported statement after the release of some crude comments he made about women. the backlash this morning. 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. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: good morning, everybody. a tale of two cities right there. needham on the left is overcast
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another nice day. shayna: i'm going to boston. doug: i am too. i'm doug meehan. shayna: i'm shayna seymour in for antoinette this morning. what's up with those pictures? mike: patchy fog here or there. it has relationship to what's going on in the tropics. the humidity is out there. we cooled down last night. you get that fog to form. as soon as the sun warms things up, that fog will dissipate quickly. speaking of the tropical system, here's where matthew is. this is a new f added. a tornado watch box, one of the by-products associated with a hurricane. right now, look at that. hilton head, wind gusts of 87 miles per hour. we're seeing torrential rains on the coast. some of that moisture trying to work its way in here. we see a little fog this morning. we're also going to see a chance for enhanced showers tomorrow. the storm will take a right-hand turn and basically come back to where it started from. that's not until wednesday of next week. we have showers in the forecast. for today, we'll call it fading
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that we'll see some showers during the day, but more of it is going to be in the southeastern part of the state where we could see steadier rain. i'll have much more 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 conveio shayna: the chat about women was caught on a hot mic more than a decade ago. abc's brian clark has donald trump's new words to voters. reporter: a hot mike and a blast from the past. >> i moved on her and i failed. i'll admit it. i did try and [bleep]. she was married. reporter: a 2005 conversation between donald trump and "access hollywood's" billy bush. the billionaire talking about trying to sleep with a married woman as he was en route to tape a soap opera cameo.
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trump said that his celebrity status helped with women. >> i'm going to use some tic-tacs in case i start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful women. i just kissing them. it's a magnet. 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. >> hi, mr. trump. how are you? >> terrific. reporter: trump insists this was locker room banter, pr many years ago. bill clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course, not 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.
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reporter: brian clark, abc news, new york. shayna: backlash this morning from both sides of the political aisle. house speaker paul ryan was supposed to campaign with drum today in wisconsin. that's now canceled. ryan put out a statement saying i'm sickened by what i heard. women are to be championed and revered. elizabeth en she tweeted, @realdonaldtrump, were you lying or was sexual assault part of your action every day? trump says he's now preparing for tomorrow's debate, and our 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
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there was blood dripping. and the man was fully conscious, and there was a homeless man on the side there in dunkin' doughnuts, and he took it off his shirt and was holding the blood in. doug: boston e.m.s. tells us the victim had nonlife-threatening injuries. there's no word on any arrests in this attack. "the globe" is reporting neither the victim nor the suspect had any ties to emerson college. police in new hampshire investigate the death of a toddler. leo witham is facing child endangerment charges and is accused of purposely leaving that child alone. the child died wednesday. the cause is under investigation. also a charge of drug possession and falsifying evidence. shayna: georgia and south carolina are bracing for hurricane matthew as it spins away from florida. the storm has weakened a bit,
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moved into savannah, georgia, last night. those conditions and heavy flooding are expected to keep up through this morning. many homes in the area have been 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 many places. north carolina is also bracing for the impact. people in wrightsville beach spent part of yesterday putting down sandbags ahead of the storm. up to 15 inches of rain could be headed to the area. 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
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doug: matthew has pulled out of florida. firefighters in st. lucie county say an elderly couple died from carbon monoxide poisoning while using a generator. 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. 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: new information this morning on a deadly crash in middleboro. state police have identified the 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.
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figure out why the car went off the road. doug: 5 investigates, learning two new deputy commissioners are now in place at the state's department of conservation and recreation. the move comes as governor baker tries to control the damage from highly publicized problems. 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 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 of d.c.r. and energy and environmental affairs also resigned or were fired 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
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toll booths will be replaced at the end of the month. drivers with e-z pass will get a discount. other drivers will be mailed invoices and will have to pay more. the change is expected to cost a $7 billion decrease in revenue, but other changes are expected to absorb that loss. the obama administration turning up the heat on russia. doug: the action the white house is openly accusing the russian government of doing. for samsung. the action u.s. regulators are considering after a replacement phone catches fire. mike? mike: the latest on matthew. our next chance of rain, the timeline, and if it will impact your outdoor plans. shayna: the sox get shutout in cleveland early troubles for
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the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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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. . narrator: independence usa pac
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shayna: a scare on a flight could force samsung to issue yet another recall. this one would be on the phones 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. 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 settlement with the government over questions about classification of the allergy 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
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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 often as every 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 cng >> 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 and other lawmakers will term health impacts caused by the noise and file a class-action lawsuit. announcer: now your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist mike wankum.
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mike: if you look this way, it's foggy. if you look this way, it's blue skies. if you go downtown, it's clear. it's one of those days where we have a little bit of everything. it should be burning off. we'll have sunshine. then we have new clouds because we have this hurricane off the east coast. here's the visibility. you can see where the fog is thickest. we have visibility in a few spots down to 1/4 mile. worcester is above the fog at this point. 10 miles as well. the reason for it, this is where we had the air temperature cool enough. remember, if you've got moisture in the air, you cool, condense, and form a cloud. this is just a cloud sitting on the ground. once we warm up, the cloud will dissipate. blame it on matthew. it has a new tornado watch box issued. it's bringing in unseasonably amount of moisture. we'll be dealing fog. this gives us a better chance of
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the satellite picture looks. doesn't pick up fog very well. we have broken clouds out there. this afternoon will be fading sunshine. as you look over the city right now, great view over the city. but i will tell you as we step outside right now, you can probably see a couple hundred feet, because the fog and visibility are down at the station. anytime you have the dew point and temperature match each other, those are good ingredients for fog. if you have no winds stirring things up, you don't get it in the lower 50's, a few upper 40's. notice the area where we're seeing the thickest fog is where we're seeing the coolest temperatures right now. over the city, we have fog right now. then it will be going to sunshine. this afternoon, a new deck of clouds. tonight we have showers back in the forecast. i know it's a weekend, but we need rain desperately. showers tonight, rain tomorrow, actually is good news in this forecast. let's talk about the rain chances. remember, matthew is staying to
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moisture working its way up along the east coast. as this cold front comes through, we get a few showers out of it normally. because this has a little extra moisture in here, we'll be seeing more substantial rain in the southeastern part of the state as we head towards tomorrow afternoon. matthew stays way down to the south. does not play into this forecast. our forecast for today, let's call it fading sunshine this afternoon after the burn fogs away and nighttime showers 68 degrees. for tonight or toow rain, mainly the southeastern part of the state, about 62 degrees. here comes the sunshine. plenty of it as we head for monday, tuesday and wednesday. chilly start to the morning, but rebounding nicely. beautiful colors coming on. and beautiful sunshine as well. next chance for rain looks like it will show up on thursday. a few scattered showers that may be moving through, and behind it comes another shot of some really cool air. doug and shayna? shayna: it's me, mike. all right. other stories we're following right now on the eye -- the u.s. is accusing russia of
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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 russell jenkins is off the job as of yesterday afternoon. chief jenkins announced his retirement last month 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. stoughton's former chief, paul shastany, will serve as interim chief. doug: check this out, one of three sharks tagged off the coast of nantucket yesterday. the group ocearch made the find. that expedition continues this weekend and will wrap up on monday. announcer: now here's josh
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powered by xfinity. >> red sox came out flat. indians had fun at home at the sox' expense. this had to be a win for david price. already down 1-0 when he served one to lonnie chisenhall. a lefty in the line up batting ninth. corey kluber had just three hits. dustin pedroia has won four gold gloves one not on this one. leads to another run. another shot back. hasn't been working. xandar bogaerts flies out to end it. game three sunday, clay buchholz on the mound, 4:00 p.m. at fenway. that's it for sports. i'm josh brogadir. shayna: keep the faith,
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icon david ortiz, big papi, has a lot on his mind in his last postseason. doug: no matter what's on his plate, he has a special place in his heart for children at the hospital. here's maria stephanos. >> we have red sox suits, red sox hats. reporter: when you ask who his favorite player is, he speaks from his heart. >> david ortiz. >> we knew from the day he was born essentially that he had a heart murmur. reporter: the cause, 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 heart surgery, it's a terrifying 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.
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>> there was a little hole in the heart, but they patched it. reporter: in the past three years, the david ortiz children's fund has donated more than $400,000 to pay for 16 procedures at mass general. >> his foundation has been incredibly generous to our 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. reporterd the hospital to check on these kids. >> so star-struck 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 to boston and to his home country. it's just incredible. shayna: that was maria stephanos. this past weekend, to honor big papi's retirement, the red sox
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his fund to help even more kids. big papi, we just love you. doug: i think of not only the parents, the kids, but the nurses, the doctors, all the people involved. tides rise all boats. it's just amazing. awesome. shayna: well, halloween is just a few weeks away. doug: here comes how you can help a child in need celebrate this year. and you can also say that york city officials are cutting locks off the brooklyn bridge. mike wankum's forecas kelly ayotte: let's be honest - clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's
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and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. i'm kelly ayotte - and i approve this message, because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. 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,
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otte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
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mike: matthew is down to a category one hurricane right now. what we're looking at is patchy fog. if you're seeing fog, it's thick. it should be out 9:30, 10:00. for a lot of areas, it's sunshine. upper 60's to 70 degrees. over the next seven days, tomorrow we've got rain in your forecast. remember, we need the rain. most of it is going to be over the southeastern part of the state. as far as monday, tuesday, wednesday, nothing but sunshine back into the forecast. doug: thank you. in this morning's 5 for good, it's a call to action. shayna: it's an opportunity for you to help some local kids in need have a great halloween. interfaith social services in
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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 doug: what are your kids going as? shayna: we're all going as the incredible. my son is going as big papi to school. the national guard and massachusetts state police descend on an 81-year-old woman's home. doug: the bust they were looking to make. also, the unusual way the federal government judges the severity of storm and how waffle houses factor in. shayna: and you're looking at live pictures of boston this saturday morning. 51 degrees.
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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" in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
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announcer: now on newscenter 5 eyeopener -- >> anyone who knows me knows 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: the devastation after matthew. the help for haiti local organizers are planning. announcer: you're watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. doug: and a good saturday morning to you. i'm doug meehan. it's 8:30. shayna: i'm shayna seymour here with mike wankum. doug: we've been talking about this hurricane going over a
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that's good news there. let me show you where matthew is at right now. it is down to a category one storm moving to the northeast at 12 miles per hour. maximum sustained winds, and it's hard to find the eye now, but maximum sustained winds right now are about 85 miles an hour here just as it's moving toward the charleston area. this red box is actually a tornado watch box. one of the by-products of a hurricane moving inland is outbreaks of tornadoes. the winds down in hilton head, wind gusts just in the last the winds are strong along the coast right now, and you're seeing tons and tons of moisture moving in as well as that storm surge. you'll be hearing a lot about damage along the coast as we talk about the daytime hours today through south carolina and into north carolina. that storm will then continue its right-hand turn becoming a tropical system and moving completely away from us. s surf will be churned up. tomorrow, temperatures in the 60's, showers in the forecast tonight.
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>> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. doug: donald trump releasing a video apology for newly surfaced comments about women. trump making those remarks more than a decadeing on. 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 -- i just start kissing i don't even -- and when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. shayna: in that same conversation with "access hollywood's" billy bush at the time, trump bragged about making advances on a married woman. early this morning, trump admitted he said 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 came out, trump's rival,
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"we cannot allow this man to become president." doug: house speaker paul ryan has canceled an event with trump scheduled for today. republican leaders reject calls for trump to drop out of the race, leaving the ticket to running mate mike pence. former utah republican john huntsman is one of the gop members, telling the "salt lake tribune," quote, in a campaign cycle that has been nothing but a has come for governor pence to lead the ticket. 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
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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 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: and you are looking live at myrtle beach, south carolina. the rain and the winds whipping up there. hurricane matthew has moved out of florida and into georgia and the carolinas. several major cities are now in the cross-hairs leaving damage and rising death toll in its wake. this morning, the storm's full impact has yet to be seen. hurricane matthew moving northward up the coast, now slamming parts of georgia and the carolinas. >> the best thing now is to just hunker down, stay in a safe place, don't move, don't try and move around.
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a trail of damage. the ocean pouring over dunes in 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. the death toll officially at nearly 300, but by one account, 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
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recede in haiti, the death toll is rising. the nation is still 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 want me to give them news about their loved ones, and i can't reach mine. ay asking americans to be generous, help desperately needed not only now but in the weeks, months, and years ahead. of course, 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: right now, a small massachusetts town is struggling with the aftermath of a deadly crime. an elderly man murdered, his wife clinging to life and still no arrests.
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has the latest on the investigation. reporter: a simple sign of sympathy outside this home in orange, 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 hardy was killed. his wife, joanna fisher, is still hospitalized with serious injuries. no suspects have been named, but police believe the killer may they're looking for a 2003 toyota corolla like this one. the license plate on the gray or silver station wagon reads m99949. >> they did interview us. i know with the people i talked to, nobody saw anything. reporter: as investigators look for a motive, neighbors also wonder who would hurt the warm and friendly couple they've waved to for years.
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>> i have a lot of sympathy for them, you know, being close to my own mother and my nieces and cousins and stuff. it definitely, you know, 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 behind bars charged with murdering her husband in roxbury. karen edwardpe 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 her, and it's her opinion that further evaluation must be done regarding the
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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. they say knowing where the cameras are are going to help police solve crimes faster even though they wouldn't have direct access to those cameras. shayna: two newton football coaches are suspended with pay after a player claims he was assaulted on a team bus. the alleged incident happened thursday night as the team was 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 newton superintendent says both coaches on the bus are now on paid leave. >> the police were called and investigated. and now we are doing our own
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it's going to be done quickly, and 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 -- she goes by peg -- says she uses marijuana for medical purposes and believes it has helped her with her glaucoma. she was out of town when authorities came to 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. the law makes it illegal to grow it outside an unrestricted area.
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for a wind farm in nantucket sound seems to be dropping today. "south coast today" has given up cape wind associates time fo get permits. that would have given them time to connect to the electric grid. cape wind has faced more than a dozen lawsuits. rating the severity of a storm. doug: it's interesting. one of the unusual methods fema uses to judge how bad are. also, here we go again. two women's accused in another clown scare. the action the judge is taking after their alleged scheme. mike: a cool, seasonal start
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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. getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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
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shayna: two michigan women are shayna: parents get a phone call from a stranger who claims to have kidnapped their child. that stranger demanneds money to be wired as a ransome. if you get a call, confirm your
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girls by dressing up as clowns. jaime salinis and elandra sledge were both arraigned on 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 this judge does not find amusing. >> it's extremely, extremely alarming about what's going on shayna: police say the women told them they thought it would be funny. doug: don't know why people are doing that. i'm missing something here. fema has an unusual way to predict the severity of a natural disaster. the so called waffle house index is predicting a rough recovery after hurricane matthew. yes, you heard me right. the popular southern breakfast chain is known for staying open no matter what. so anytime one shuts down, it
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economy. and so far, at least 25 waffle houses have closed across florida, georgia, and south carolina. announcer: now, your stormteam 5 shayna: don't mess with waffle house. i lived in georgia for four years. mike: i can smell them even through the camera. doug: no waffle houses closed around here. mike: i'll show you holden beach. look at the wind. if you look at the palm trees, you can see those. we've had wind gusts along the coast, 85, 90 miles per hour. but you can see that a lot of rain is going to be also the issue there. we've had some storm surge as well. so where is this thing right now? where is matthew? down to an 85-mile-an-hour category one storm. it's going to be losing more and more strength as it pivots out into the ocean. we've also got another system out here which we've ignored
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so powerful. this is tropical storm nicole. nicole went to a category two storm briefly yesterday and then back to a tropical storm just winding down. it's going to slowly meander toward bermuda just as a wind-driven windstorm. the thing about this morning, we have fog out there. we have this band of fog circling the city. depending where you're at, you're seeing beautiful blue skies, but in some places you can't see anything because visibility is down to 1/4 mile in ym this should be burning off as we head toward 9:30, 10:00 this morning. matthew down to the south, cold front to the west. both playing into our forecast to some degree. the main storm will say to the south. you see what it's doing. see the cloud cover? all of that kind of because matthew is lifting moisture over the top of us. and because of that little more moisture, when this cold front comes through, it will trigger off substantial rain as we look over the southeastern part of the state. not everyone will get good rain.
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broken clouds. that cloud cover will be thickening up. look at the view from boston harbor. just crystal clear right now. a little bit of cloud cover, but not much. 53 degrees and temperatures out there right now off our morning lows which were down in the 40's. we still have pockets of 40's showing up. once the sun warms up, we'll burn that fog away. how about high temperatures today? generally in the 70's inland. cooler near the water. and with some elevation, worcester 66 degrees for a high. 70's today. the cape will enjoy temperatures into the upper 60's. this is the best place for seeing rain as we talk about tomorrow. here's what's going to happen. that cold front's coming in. remember, all that moisture is in place because matthew is churning up the east coast. then we slide this cold front into it. later tonight, scattered showers are possible out there. as we head towards tomorrow, this is where we'll see our best chance, but notice where the best chance is. toward the cape. matthew staying way down here to
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this forecast. eventually, this kicks on through. we go back to some sunshine as we head toward monday. here's the forecast. today, kind of fading sunshine. it's foggy right now. we'll go to sunshine. then we'll fade it back in with mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. tomorrow, we have rain in the forecast. a little timeline. here's the way the map looks at 8:00 a.m. a lot of clouds, a hit or miss shower or two. then we get moisture bubbling up. from boston to providence and to the east, that's where you'll get rain. inland, gray skies. may even be looking at that will stay that way as we head through the afternoon, even into the evening hours, eventually clearing out as we get into monday's forecast. clear skies will allow us to warm up into the 60's. we'll have overnight lows down into the 30's. frosty out there in a few spots. then we'll get that sunshine coming back in the afternoon. next chance of rain thursday. your best opportunity for rain over the next seven days looks like tomorrow and primarily focused down toward the cape. doug? doug: thank you. red sox need to win three in a row or the season is over.
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it's kind of ugly. down 1-0 in the second. david price left this one over the plate. number 9 hitter, lonnie chisenhall, who? he hit 354 feet and that was enough. enough is enough. two runs score. price only lasting 3 1/3. red sox only managed three hits in this one. sox get shut out 6-0 in cleveland. turning to football now, when number 12 makes his big return, our ed harding will be here. look for him tomorrow on the eyeopener and live from cleveland after newscenter 5 and sportscenter 5 o.t. shayna: okay, cross your fingers. i had a selfie once with tom brady and big papi. doug: a new study on people who take lots of selfies. shayna: the excessive snapshots could be sign of loneliness. oh, no. the study judged the
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of themselves. researchers in thailand and post them to social media say it's to seek approval of others or it could indicate mental problems. doug: i'm convinced big papi is tom brady. city are cracking down on a popular way couples have been declaring their love. doug: so many couple ofs have been attaching love locks to the brooklyn bridge and it's causing a big safety concern. since 2013, crews have been clipping 34,000 locks off that bridge. the price tag -- more than $100,000 a year. recently, there were so many locks on a wire that it actually snapped, dangerously dangling
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>> it's actually very heavy. so imagine it falling onto the roadway, onto a motorist, onto a windshield. it will kill somebody. doug: new signs warn people of a $100 fine for attaching a lock on that bridge. more than 8,000 locks have been removed this year alone. shayna: it's a nice sentiment. breaking overnight, donald trump speaks out after about his newly surfaced comments on women. these words don't reflect who i am. doug: coming up, how trump is encouraging people to move on
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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 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 is responsible for the content of this advertising. ?
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emerson college. a witness tells us a man was slashed in the throat, but boston e.m.s. says he will recover. there's no word right now on any arrests. "the globe" is reporting neither the victim nor the suspect had any ties to emerson college. doug: this man is behind bars in new hampshire this morning after investigation of a death of a toddler. no, we've moved on to our destruction down there in florida. this is brevard county. you can see where the wind did damage o buildings. we'll check in with mike wankum in a minute. why don't we bring mike in and talk about what's happening? mike: we've been watching the storm. it's in charleston is where it's at. 85-mile-an-hour winds, a category one storm at this point. so it's lost a lot of its power. now it will make a right-hand turn and pick up speed heading off to the northeast. as far as our impact around here, you're going to see the ocean churned up the next couple of days and then we'll -- that's about it. we'll get enhancement to the rain tomorrow, which is good
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everyone. toward the cape, we'll see steadier rain. sunshine next week. shayna: sounds good. doug: we thank you very much for joining us here on a saturday morning. what do you say we all gather the team tomorrow and we -- shayna: that sounds good.
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