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>> i saw this huge explosion. >> i saw >> we know there was a bombing that much we do know. >> whoever placed these bombs we will find and they will be brought to justice. >> a manhunt right now in the city that never sleeps. we're live in manhattan hours after an explosion rocks a busy neighborhood. >> the device that exploded and the uncanny resemblance it has to the boston marathon bombing. rain on the way. i'm tracking downpours for the monday morning commute. my latest timeline on when
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jimmy garoppolo lofted to a shoulder injuries what it means for the pats as the get ready four the texans thursday. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 news at 10:00. we begin with rain on the radar. a wet soggy monday morning to begin the workweek. hello everybody, i'm kerry kavanaugh. >> i'm chris flanagan. let's get right to fox 25 meteorologist sarah wroblewski. how is it looking? some scattered showers develop across the region. still the heaviest and steadiest out to the west. this is a slow moving cold front that will bring us some downpours as we head into the morning and midday hours tomorrow. the rain that we saw today really didn't amount to too much out there. but the current conditions are showing mild conditions lots of clouds. it's muggy and showers could pop up at any time. we have had a few sprinkles through the boston area at this hour for the north and
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then down across parts of connecticut these showers are continuing to push east. so as we go on through the night we'll see the rick of a shower at any point. but the steadiest just in time for the monday morning commute. i'll bring that you timeline coming up in just a few minutes. investigators in new york are poring over surveillance footage tonight this is new video showing the moments before and after a bomb went off in a busy more than 24 hours after the explosion. right now people areoning high alert. >> within last hour cnn is reporting surveillance video shows the same man near the first explosion site and blocks away where a pressure cooker was found. tonight a bomb squad blew up that second device. >> new york governor andrew cuomo ordered 1,000 state troopers and national guard soldiers to new york city. according to "the new york post" authorities are also
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man warned of more explosions. governor cuomo calling the explosion an act of terrorism. >> for the one, whoever placed these bombs we will find and they will be brought to justice. number two, we will not allow these type of people and these type of threats to disrupt our lives in new york. >> our team coverage takes to us boylston street where fox 25's ted daniel is between the explosion in new york and the boston marathon bombing. >> bob, we begin with malini basu live in manhattan where bigger than ever police presence is out on the streets tonight. >> that's right, chris and kerry, never -- nearly every other block they are police officers. right across the way from times square just a short time ago we saw nypd towing a truck it's unclear why. so this right here is heavy
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away. tonight you can see police are be belowing off the crime scene they're barricades here new yorkers are left on edge not knowing who did this and why. >> reporter: that was the explosion you just heard the explosion that rocked the chelsea part of new york city last night. 29 people were sent to the hospital. luckily everyone survived. >> i heard a big boom and i thought it was my clothes drier flew up. >> we in the kitchen we heard this big crash. it sounded like thunder. >> reporter: blast happened in front of a hotel and restaurants 23rd and sixth avenue. today new york city police detectives have been scouring the area looking for any evidence of a suspect. >> all the cop cars everywhere having like a whole block, a whole street blocked off is kinds of a little eerie. >> reporter: just a few blocks away. police found this, a pressure cooker with dark colored wiring sticking out
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attached to it. witnesses tell fox 25 the images of the victims keep running through their minds. >> there was blood all over the place. it was something that i've never experienced before. >> reporter: according to the daily mail.com a boston university graduate gordon says he was on his way back from dinner with three other fellow grads when he heard the bang. gordon told the newspaper he has cuts on his neck and nine stitches. new yorkers just wanted answers. >> why, and what intentions behind this act? >> reporter: and so again tonight police are on extreme high alert. more police officers going back to that crime scene and once again we're being told that all 29 victims are okay. but again tonight police are begging the public if you know anything you are asked to give them a call. of course you can remain anonymous. we'll be live out here and bring you an update at 11:00. live in chelsea, new york, malini basu, fox 25 news.
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the device which was intact was homemade. believed to be a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. now many are drawing similarities between it and the devices that went off at the finish line of the boston marathon in 2013. >> fox 25's ted daniel live in boylston street where that bomb went off. ed to these devices are eerily similar? >> reporter: u.s. authorities have been warning about pressure cooker bombs for more than a decade now. the devices are cheap, easy to make, and as we saw ago, deadly. >> reporter: three hours and four blocks from where a bomb exploded in new york's chelsea neighborhood, authorities found this, a pressure cooker with wires coming out of it attached to a cell phone. just a second i.e.d. failed to detonate is now an important piece of evidence. >> it's crude and easy and the literature exists out there. >> reporter: pressure cookers packed with nails and ball bearings were used in the boston marathon
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we bob tender a counterterrorism expert says groups like isis and al-qaeda recently post instructions on how to build pressure cooker bombs. >> on-line it's easy to find about the marathon bombings. it's not that difficult to replicate, unfortunately. >> reporter: the bombing in new york a reminder of the world we now live in. sergeant andrew turco is a member of the m.i.t. police force. m.i.t. patrolman sean collier was shot and killed three days after bombing when the tsarnaev brothers were trying to flee the state. >> it's scary. i remember how people rallied around us i hope people are doing the same new york. >> reporter: governor baker says the state is monitoring any and all developments out of new york. >> as of right now there doesn't appear to be any particular guidance coming to them with respect from
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authorities tell us there are no known links between anyone and anything in massachusetts and the bombing in new york. but investigators still have a lot to uncover. reporting live in boston tonight's, ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> ted, thank you. our morning team will be following developments out of new york city throughout the night. fox 25 morning news begins at 4:00 a.m. >> tonight police are looking at the possible connection between explosions in new jersey and new york city. investigators say there are similarities between the devices used. new jersey, happened just before thousands of runners were set to take part in a charity 5k saturday afternoon. governor chris christie saying today state police have some promising leads but no suspects. in minnesota, the f.b.i. is looking into background of the man who went on a stabbing rampage at a mall. police in st. cloud say the man was wearing a private security uniform when he stabbed nine people last night before an off duty police officer shot and
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isis is claiming responsibility for that attack and sclaud police chief says the attacker may have targeted people based religion. >> the attacker himself did ask some of the people if they were muslim before they were attacked. >> all of the victims are expected to survive. authorities have not identified the attacker. the star tribune reports he was a 22-year-old college student. a newton man charged in the sweet tomatoes crash is this morning. he was indicted two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one counted of operating to endanger. applies saying his s.u.v. slammed into the restaurant in march killing two people. seven others suffered serious injuries. fox 25 will be in that courtroom tomorrow. stay with us for the latest updates. counsellors will be available for students at lincoln sudbury high school after a classmate was killed over the weekend. 14-year-old eli was a ninth grader who was struck and
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he was on the inbound track when he was hit. he had previously attended schools in newton. officials will also counselling services for students at newton north and newton south high schools tomorrow. >> under pressure escapes again. >> oicht hurts just to look at it just to look at it here. >> tax 25's tom laden joins us now. as the patriots face another quarterback injury. >> you could really hear the collective gasp as jimmy garoppolo went down. during the second quarter of today's home opener against the miami dolphins. the play happened with 4:20 left in the half jimmy had already thrown three touchdown passes.
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squarely on the right shoulder. varying reports. the most optimistic he misses one week might be able to play week four against the bills. at this pointed of the game we believe there is no damage to the bone, no broken bones it's a matter of pain management. but his teammates certainly sympathetic as they understand exactly how jimmy is feeling tonight, at least emotionally. >> i know jimmy has worked so hard to get himself ready to go. he's put himself in so to speak. it's tough to see that. so you really feel for a guy. i think any time you're on a team you know the work he's put in and to see a guy sustain an injury it's tough. it's tough. you know we're praying for jimmy hoping for the best. he definitely has our support. ahead in sports more today's win an important division win to open the home schedule and bill belichick's check on the performance of the
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the mix unexpectedly today under pressure. that's the latest tom leyden, fox 25 news. you may have noticed our new digs here at fox 25 we're so excited after a six week renovation we're ready to unveil our new set. >> mark ockerbloom and vanessa welch with a tour. >> welcome to our new home in the heart of the fox 25 newsroom. >> we're so excited to show you around but before we get to that lets take a look at all the work that went into it two. months of design, three this new set is built for boston by boston. the construction flooring, lighting even the painting all done by local vendors. >> they did a great job. this video wall is 20 feet wide, six feet tall. right now you have a great view of boston. we will also be able to show you live video, incredible images and graphics that help break down complex stories. huge monitors right in front and here on the side can run breaking news alerts.
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weather is our top private. giving our team of meteorologists right in the middle of the action was all important. >> all of this is about serving you. these tools will be all used to better tell better stories. the new to work side by side so whether you you're watching fox 25 tv, or getting information on the fox 25 news app, you are getting the very latest. >> our whole team works hard to give you complete new england news coverage. >> we hope you like our for inviting us into yours. well, a tale of two reactions ahead fox 25 how the presidential candidates responded to the blast in new york city. >> i'll have more to say about it when we actually know the facts. >> just before i got off the plane a bomb went off in new york. >> and a black pickup truck at the center of a gruesome investigation. the injuries a woman suffered after that truck drags her down the street.
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heartbroken over the loss of their father reopened the doors to his brockton pizza shop.
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well, first of all, just grateful that nobody got hurt. >> that is libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson talking about last night's explosion in manhattan that injured 29 people. this is the second tv blunder the candidate has made this two weeks ago after he said he didn't know what aleppo was in a live interview. in the aftermath of the explosion national security is taking center stage on the campaign trail. >> as elizabeth reports both hillary clinton and donald trump reacted quickly but in different ways to the news. >> >> president obama: whetherist was terrorist attacks whether it was inspired by terrorists abroad as we experience here in florida not long ago, whether it was homegrown
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vigilance. >> reporter: on the other side of the aisle we saw hillary clinton respond quite differently. she was reserved, critics say unexpressive while supporters say she was poised when she addressed reporters on the airplane last night saying more information is needed not about responding. her reaction was praised by tim kaine who emphasized a more cautious tone. >> i think it's always wiser to wait until you are have conclusions because we are just in the beginning stages of trying to determine what happened. >> i know everyone is looking to see what the cause was could it potentially be connected to terrorism, no evidence yet. but i know that's going to be looked at very, very closely. >> reporter: donald trump will be heading to sunshine state monday while hillary clinton heads to philadelphia. we can expect both candidates to expand on their stances during those
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governor charlie baker isn't up for re-election until 2018 but building a fund-raising edge over any would-be challenger. the most recent report filed show this campaign account is close to $4 million in it. he's benefiting from a 2014 change in the state's campaign finance laws which doubled the maximum donation allowed from $500 to $1,000. a teenager is expected to survive after being stabbed six times outside a melrose drugstore. it happened friday night near the police say three men in a car drove up stabbed the 17-year-old multiple times then took off. they're still investigating but say they believe the victim and the suspects all knew each other. the teenager remains in the hospital. a man diving for lobsters off the coast has died. a boater pulled the man and another diver from the water off eastpointe saturday afternoon. authorities say he ran out of oxygen and the choppy waters pushed him against the rocks while he was
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he died at the hospital. authorities say he was an experienced and certified rescue diver. police don't suspect any foul play. another local criminal case is set to be tossed out monday. this after an audit of the braintree police department's evidence room found missing money, drugs and guns. as fox 25 first reported last week 11 cases have been tossed so far. the town's police chief asked bruce gordon to do the audit while susan kaufman purcell was in charge of the gordon told fox 25 this could be the tip of the iceberg. >> hardworking honest police officers especially at the braintree p.d. they all made an effort to get drugs off the street now unfortunately because of this a lot of thighs cases are going to be thrown out. >> the d.a. has sent over 200 letters so far to attorneys whose cases could potentially be impacted. developing now police in maine are searching for a woman who went missing from a wal-mart parking lot. 34-year-old valerie was
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ago in fairfield. police say her husband went inside the wal-mart. when he returned she was gone. according to police her husband is cooperating with investigators. a worcester dentist is accused of sexually assaulting one of his patients and is expected in court tomorrow. according to police the doctor sexually assaulted the woman four times while she was having her teeth worked on there. are cameras in many of the exam rooms but investigators have not elaborated what evidence they have. his attorney tells us be the medical field he cannot elaborate why his client denies the charges. quincy public schools will be leading its will be testing its water for lead starting tomorrow. in comes after boston public schools found lead in six of its buildings last month. the group is taking over an old funeral home in salem. the old victorian is at 64 bridge street will open to
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a quaint town tied to boston's intellectual hub. the irony a town which once executed people because of ties to satan will now be hosting the headquarters of the largest satanic organization not lost on us. fox 25's jim morelli reports whoever is in the driver's seat is a crucial part of their investigation into an accident that left one woman with a collapsed lung >> reporter: a black pickup caught surveillance camera after a young woman is found lying in the middle of high street apparently dragged there from the nearby gas station. it happened saturday morning about 6:30. the woman was talking with the driver of the pickup through an open window. suddenly the pickup took off with the woman hanging on. police say she fell off the vehicle at 38 high street just outside a catholic
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katie lives hear from by in this apartment building but had no idea what had taken place just a few hours before. >> i think it's awful. can't even imagine. >> reporter: worcester police say the victim's injuries include a broken ankle a collapsed lung and some bleeding in the brain. her condition at last report, however, stable. as for her identity, unknown. but this b.p. worker tells fox 25 the victim was a frequent customer. >> your reaction to the fact she was dragge >> i feel bad i never think something like this happen to her. >> reporter: as for the driver of the truck that's the open question. worcester police are asking the public for help. in worcester, jim morelli, fox 25 news. the politics of opioid crisis. still ahead the thousands of dollars given to politicians from drug makers. plus, how the commonwealth compares to other states facing the drug crisis.
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>> residents are now starting the return to an iraqi town liberated. militants were driven out of fallujah more than three months ago. fallujah was the first city in iraq to fall to isis control mosul is believed to be the last isis stronghold in iraq.
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kills dozens of syrian soldiers fighting isis. now russia is questioning the timing of though strikes saying the u.s. is causing problems for this truce. the pentagon saying they believe they were hitting isis militants when more than 60 syrian soldiers were killed in the air strike. many others are wounded and now being treated. the main focus of the cease-fire was to bring humanitarian aid to syrians. russian president vladimir putin is winnings today's parliamentary elections even though hundreds of opposition ballot. putin cast his vote right now about the united russia party has nearly 54% of the vote. a win would pave the way for putin to guide to a 4g term in the 2018 elections. federal investigators are checking the tires a bus that crashed in north carolina. four people died including an 8-year-old boy. police say the bus was taking a group of mostly college football players from south carolina to north carolina for a game saturday afternoon. one of the front tires blew
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the bus crashed into a guard rail then slammed into a bridge. the latest round of aerial spraying to fight the zika virus took place today in miami beach. zika fears are growing in that city. that comes after a sample tool tested positive for the virus last week. the governor is expected to give an update on theca >> this is their first time it brings a lot of emotions but for a lot of them it brings closure. still ahead dozens of world war ii veterans from around new england get a heroes welcome at low -- logan. i'm tracking some much needed rain on the way. i'll be timing out when to
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>> fox 25's christine mccarthy. this family never expected this show of support. >> they were certainly taken by surprise though their dad was very well known. he had immigrated from greece in the 70s and soon after opened his shop. since thence then his customers have become family and they too are mourning. >> reporter: the sounds and the smells are the same they've been for nearly 40 years. but the feeling inside supreme house of pizza is differt. but he had heart of like add teddy bear. >> reporter: the owner should be here instead pictures of the 65-year-old hang on the wall of the brockton shop he so loved. he died august 30th, while vacationing in greece with his wife. >> -- he got up and he just fell down. >> reporter: since then
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family flooded the shop providing laughs, hugs, and condolences, even a makeshift memorial outside the building. >> he was a great guy i know the whole family. >> reporter: they're coming for the food but also to participate in the supreme challenge started by a customer urging the community to eat here every day for a week since the kids reopened the shop friday. >> we are also doing the challenge. we come in times a day. >> reporter: the support is overwhelming. >> i'm going. >> reporter: for a family who lost so much. >> just a hug, crying with us and hugging us, they're amazing. >> reporter: now the supreme challenge continues through friday. customers are sharing it on facebook encouraging others stope up and support this family. live in studio, christine mccarthil for fox 25 news.
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now a wet start to the week for most of us. >> sarah wroblewski joining us and grab the umbrella tomorrow morning. >> at the bus stop if you are headed to work you're going to need your rain boots as well as those windshield wipers. you pretty much felt it today because it was warm out there. temperature in boston 82? despite the cloud cover and it was the humidity that just really made it feel very heavy. so we have a few passin too much. some areas didn't see much at all but further to the north and west under a tenth of an inch. we have more wet weather heading our way. you see the scattered showers through the morning hours then the clouds really hung with us. a few breaks in the cloud cover now just a few sprinkles to our south. take a look out to the west. we have this area of showers even a few thunderstorms that's going to be heading our way. i also wanted to plan out
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there are still some moisture there that's going to get streamed up along the coast as this cold front very slow moving is going to be pushing eastward through the day tomorrow. so that's why we're talking about some tropical downpours heading our way. so let's take you through future cast showing this front slowly approaching. by 6:00 areas north and west of boston we see those darker shades of yellow and orange and red indicating some heavier downpours perhaps even a few thunderstorms. this is going to be slow to we'll see the risk of some showers out will with the focus pushing to the south and east and by the evening. noticing by tuesday morning that front is still off to the south. we'll start to see some breaks develop on tuesday but it will still stay pretty muggy until a secondary cold front late tuesday brings in that much drier air. clouds and it will be muggy again.
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will start to feel a little bit better and drier. so temperature right now in boston 74?. that's higher than our high for this time of year. and then you take in the dew points which is the measure of the moisture in the air and it just is feeling -- when the temperature and dew point get close together you can get some low clouds and fog. we have reduced visibility down on the vineyard in nantucket. of course shiri which expected to happen really not falling back too much. taking you through the day one more time. by the morning commute so it's going to be a soggy one out there.
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70s. definitely down across the south and east as we head into the late afternoon and into the evening hours. about half an inch to an inch and a half of rain is possible in some spots with these downpours. we'll watch for lingering showers for ties but then wednesday we dry out and it returns somewhat thursday as we head through the remainder of the week. over to you. >> all right, sarah. almost daily we see reminders of the opioid crisis in massachusetts and across the country. got to the scene of this crash and had to work quickly to revive the driver because of an overdose. e.m.s. used narcan to revive him. he was then taken to the hospital. meantime this 22-year-old man is being held without bail charged with manslaughter. the overdose death of a man who took the deadly dose of fentanyl. scott reynolds was arrested thursday in taunton. reynolds was responsible for giving a 25-year-old man heroin laced with offend nal
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fentanyl who then overdosed. the commonwealth this year passed one of the country's toughest laws intended to curb opioid-related deaths. the associated press uncovered how much mass politicians have received between 2006 and 2015, drug makers gave massachusetts legislators more than 120,000 dollars. governor charlie baker got more than 16,000 over that same time span. house speaker robert deleo got more than $3,000, and attorney in only $750 total she was only electioned in 2014. well, when kisses make you sick. the growing number of americans raising their own chickens and getting sick from smooching them. >> yikes. plus, the complimentary flight service that forced
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family friends and co-workers of a new hampshire journast legacy. the two day event will be held at amherst tomorrow and tuesday. foley was a freelance journalist who went to syria in 2012 to cover the country's war. isis militants captured and beheaded him in a video released in 2014. the conference will include a discussion with his parents. a noble peace prize laureate is the harvard foundation's 2016 humanitarian of the year. he received the award last night. she game one of the world's
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prisoners during her 15 years of house arrest in her home country of myanmar. a flight from washington, d.c. to germany was forced to make an emergency landing in boston because a coffee pot wouldn't turn off. the incident happened earlier this month and we're just now learning about it. the flight was in canada when the passengers reported a burning smell. the jet made a u-turn landed at logan. passengers were stuck there for 16 hours before finally continuing on with their muslimfest will take place next sunday at city hall plaza it will -- feature music and dancing. police tell us there have been no arrests at a two day rally supporting the legalization of marijuana in massachusetts. supporters turned out in big numbers in the boston common for the boston freedom rally. organizers say they're hoping to raise more support
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see on the november ballot asking for the legalization of recreational marijuana. one attendee says she came to learn more about the ballot but still a bit unsure. >> i guess just because i have children and i really wouldn't, i don't know i just don't know whether it would be more prevalent in their lives but i'm on the fence. >> many opponents, including the governor and boston's mayor say legalization would put children at risk and be a setback any progress against the opioid epidemic. massachusetts voters legalized recreational marijuana they are looking to make sure people don't use marijuana in public. >> city leaders voted to pass a measure last week calling for a ban public use of cannabis. a trip they will never forget. coming up the honor flight for dozens of local war
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the m.i.t. police community continues to honor the life of officer sean collier. he was killed back in 2013 by the boston marathon bombers. >> today was the annual fund-raiser that put someone through the police academy in his name. >> reporter: call it corn hole for a cause. sunday cambridge was the
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corn hole tournament. >> we're raising money for the sean a. collier police officer fund. >> sean collier died in the line of duty april, 2013. >> during the marathon we lost a member of this department i was a really hard time for us. ecomony out every year to raise money in his name. >> reporter: he was shot and killed by the boston marathon bombers. but the department doesn't focus on the tragic way he was taken instead focus on ho forward. >> this is the year we put somebody through the academy. >> reporter: the first recipient of the scholarship m.i.t. police then hired him. >> one goes to the academy remembering sean just like sean and myself did i tested for almost five years was struggling to get a job. >> it's also great to think back to our co-worker that
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on and good things are happening in his name. >> good stuff indeed. if you wanted to donate to the scholarship fund head to our website. a federal judge has rejected a request from the boston globe to release how many taxpayer money was used to pay for boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev defense team. the judge ruled the costs shouldn't be made public until after tsarnaev's appeal is decided. tsarnaev was convicted and sentenced to death last year for his role in the attack. whole food a big check to city schools. three donating more than $31,000. earlier this month eight stores pledged to contribute 5% of their net sales to directly support this countdown kindergarten readiness program. boston public transit officials are looking to reach out to disabled customers by offering to pay for ride sharing services like uber and lyft. the pilot program was announced on friday using a smartphone.
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first $2. the mbta would then pick up the next $13 where the passengers paying any remaining costs. massachusetts will be the set of several episodes of american pickers. they search for long forgotten antiques. the show has not announced specific dates for filming but they researching for locals who have large antique collections. the c.d.c. has a warning for those who are raising chickens stop kissing them. i tell chris this all the time. an increase of cases because they are choosing to keep and raise chickens. the only way people get salmonella from a chicken is by kissing, holding or snuggling poultry. major massachusetts leaders on hand today for special dedication ceremony in south boston. the south boston vietnam memorial was honored with its 35th anniversary at medal of honor park. governor bringer and boston mayor marty walsh and stephen lynch all on hand for the ceremony. the memorial remembers the massachusetts men and women
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vietnam war. thousands of veterans from world war ii expected to land at logan in about five minutes. >> they flew to washington, d.c. for a tour of theflation's capital including the war memorial thanks to the honor flight new england. >> reporter: they arrived at logan by bus with a police escort bright and early this morning. firefighters standing at attention the 60 veterans from all around new england were pushed in their to a well deserved hero's sendoff. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> reporter: some of these veterans are pearl harbor survivors. >> we're going to bring these guys for the trip of a lifetime. many didn't get thanks when they came home. >> reporter: the honor flight brings veterans to the national world war ii memorial and any veteran
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shooting on lyndon street. this is in the area of the garage nightclub. police tell us they found a man shot with injuries that appear to be life-threatening. currently police have no one arrested. we have a crew heading to the scene. we have a photographer there right now. we'll continue to update this as we get more information. i'm taking a look of the photo of the day. you can see we have a pretty nice one out here. of course we love showing you that picture you need to hashtag it. because today was a big difference. with he a lot more clouds out there some humidity. temperatures now in the 60s and 70s. we have a few scattered showers but steadier rain out to the west. when we wake up tomorrow we'll have a lot of clouds around and there will be some scattered showers developing to the north and west that will slowly push to the south and east as the day goes on as we will continue to have very oppressive conditions out there. tomorrow looking at highs in the 70s and periods of rain.
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11:00. >> thanks. rescue teams rush to help free a whale from some rope off chatham. they tell us the young humpback whale was caught in some fishing gear with the line caught in its mouth. after about 20 minutes the whale was freed and able to swim away. wildfires officials trying to figure out how 16 dolphins got stranded in herring river. it's the largest mass stranding that they've atlantic white conservancy has tagged six. >> the male shark has been named big papi. the firms wanted to pay their respects to the red sox icon who sadly retires at the end of the season. >> all the honors, right. >> pretty cool. lots of good stuff.
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they're 2-0. jacoby didn't really look all that bad. jimmy g nursing a sore shoulder. varg reports of the severity, varying reports on just how long he will be out. x-rays are reportedly negative. concern tonight as the patriots now move on to the backup of the backup gentleman cokey -- jacoby, percet. three toucow danny amendola got in the endzone twice. it was 21-0. jimmy garoppolo trying to get some space he completes the pass to malcolm mitchell but concern in the back field right away as jimmy garoppolo goes down and goes down hard. all his weight on the shoulder. jimmy g knocked out of the game. now jacoby played well but the dolphins scratched and clawed their way back.
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passes. it was 31-24 time winding down. dolphins had the ball. tannehill going to heavy it to the end don. patriots win it 2-0 after a 31-24 victory. >> any time any player goes down it's tough. but unfortunately that's part of the game. 100% injury rate everyone has to do their job a little bit better. that's our motto and just going out there and executing playing. >> red sox and yankees are wrapping up the four game series at fenway park tonight. at one point down 4-0. it's now 4-4. rays and orioles wrapped up their series in baltimore. trying to make it three. mark would have none of it. that's his 43rd home run of the year. that made it 2-1 orioles. then you know what happens there.
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45th save of the year. the orioles win it 2-1 to keep pace in the american league east. we'll update the standings on "sportswrap" which should include the results of tonight's game at fenway. brockton and catholic memorial, winchester and reading memorial, plymouth north and hingham, westwood hosting hopkinton. the poll also stay open until convention at 11:00 p.m. more butch stearns don't let dust and allergens get between you and life's beautiful moments. by choosing flonase, you're choosing more complete allergy relief and all the enjoyment that comes along with it. when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by overproducing 6 key inflammatory substances. most allergy pills only control 1. flonase controls 6. and six is greater than one. with flonase, more complete relief means enjoyment of every beautiful moment. flonase, six is greater than one, changes everything.
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man: dr. brennan, dr. hodgins, mr. vega, thank you for coming. you get a "notice to appear" from a federal judge, you appear. i assume this has something to do with the grave digger. the only thing the three of us have in common is that kidnapper. woman: my name is heather taffet. i'm the united states attorney assigned to the grave digger case last month. what happened to ms. kurland? she was killed in a car accident in boston. so, what, you think the grave digger had kurland killed because she was getting close? she wasn't getting close. nothing has moved in the grave digger case in months. it turns out something did move. some evidence has gone missing. you suspect that one of us stole grave digger evidence? from the fbi? mr. vega is a former fbi agent as well as a best-selling author on the grave digger. you both contract out to the fbi... let me make this very clear-- if any of you has any evidence linked to the grave digger case, i am ordering you as a federal judge to turn it over to ms. taffet.

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