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>> announcer: now with breaking news this is fox 25 news at 10:00. complete new england news coverage. >> we begin with breaking news arnold palmer died today. the news has been confirmed within last 90 minutes. 63 titles in the pga tour fifth on the all-time wins list and figure in the game and he was the original designer of t.p.c. boston the golf course home to the deutsche bank championship. palmer passioned away where he was undergoing heart tests. we're waiting to hear an official cause of andrew mccreath. also breaking tonight a 5-year-old boy is dead after being hit by a car in grafton. it happened near the boy's home shortly before 4:00 this afternoon. the worcester d.a.'s office hantz identified the boy or the driver at this time but
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accident. fox 25 does have a crew headed to grafton gathering more details. we'll continue to follow this story for you throughout the newscast and on-line. now to a story we've been following throughout the day. a local officer says he was forced to shoot the weymouth police department defending that officer's decision to open fire. hello everybody i'm kerry kavanaugh. >> and i'm chris flanagan. tonight the woman they shot is in the hospital and under arrest. fox 25's christine mccarthy live in weymouth where the shooting happened this morning. christin woman was hysterical? >> reporter: yeah, that's according to police who say they got a frantic call from the mother of this woman saying that her daughter was trying to kill herself with a knife. >> i was sitting in my house i hear a gun shot. i said to my daughter that was a gunshot. >> reporter: neighbors startled late sunday morning to hear a single gunshot ring out. >> i saw her laying on the ground with her shirt like ripped open there was like
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her king ave apartment in weymouth a knife on the ground. >> there was a police officer that was kind of shaken up and then another police officer behind her. >> reporter: weymouth said the officers responded to a call from the 46-year-old woman's frantic mother saying her daughter was trying to kill herself with a knife. >> the mother came out and said she just trying to kill her. >> reporter: police say they found the woman mister call
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couldn't be more of an understatement. >> reporter: could not be. we're standing in a place called breadbasket alley this is an area where most of the media has gone to set up here right now. the actual did not is going
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here where you see both candidates faces featured. the anticipation is indeed growing as both of these candidates are set to take the national stage. the debate stage is set here at hofstra university that's where the american people could see high political drama play out as hillary clinton and donald trump face-off for the first time. >> the expectations for hillary clinton are very high. and for donald trump they are very low. >> reporter: eric is consultant and was senior advisor to former massachusetts governor and republican nominee mitt romney. he says because of her experience the bar is set higher for clinton. >> what's going on behind the scenes in both of these campaigns right now? >> well, this is high stakes politics and actually i think they're both preparing for it in different ways. >> reporter: secretary clinton is said to be putting more in debate prep. four years ago it was months
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romney pull off a strong debate performance against president obama. >> generally the candidate who puts more time into preparation and mock debates is the one who outpoerms on the debate stage. >> reporter: both campaigns have spent the weekend taunting each other from mere suggestions of bringing in mark cuban and gennifer flowers to insisting the debate moderator play realtime fact checker. but will any of it matter in the end? >> for all of the hype and for all of the excitement that it really don't impact it as much as we think. >> reporter: perhaps but a strong performance before a large national audience can give either candidate the chance to break away and gain an advantage just weeks out from the election. yes, the latest polls have both candidates in a virtual dead heat. an estimated 100 million viewers are expected to be watching tomorrow as both take the stage. we'll be here we'll bring you all the live reports and
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we're live in hempstead, new york, sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. no doubt a lot of expectations for this debate. both campaigns expecting as sharman said between 80 million to 100 million viewers to tune in tomorrow night. now more details about the most viewed presidential debates in american history. some 67 million viewers tuned in watching president obama and mitt romney spar that was in 2012. almost 70 million watched bill clinton and george w. bush back in 1992. but yo than three decades for the most watched debate in history that was ronald reagan and jimmy carter -- attracting almost 81 million viewers back in 1980. just hours before the debate republican presidential hopeful mike pence will hold a rally in new hampshire. he's scheduled to speak in milford tomorrow afternoon. it will be his second visit to the granite state since becoming trump's running mate. elizabeth warren rallied for hillary clinton this weekend in massachusetts. once again she took aim at
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financial crisis of 2008, a crisis where people lost their homes, lost their jobs, lost their savings, why? because he thought it would give him a chance to scoop up more real estate on the cheap. what kind of a man does that? a selfish little sleaze ball who will never be president of the united states. >> warren also campaigned for new hampshire governor maggie has sen. only three day into fall can you advisories already in effect for parts of new england. >> yeah, fox 25 meteorologist sarah wroblewski is tracking who will be waking up to temperatures sarah in the 30s? >> i know. you know we were there this morning for some areas, 35? for norwood, 35? in keen, 33? in concord. this is what it was like this morning. we are expecting to see temperatures a few degrees colder than this as you wake up tomorrow. already back to 40? in norwood, 41? in keen.
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right now under clear skies. get clear skies light winds like we have much across new england we are anticipating to see very cold conditions. frost advisories in place across much of the area. freeze warning for parts of northern new england. but this frost advisory has now pushed across central and western parts of the state. it now also includes areas along 495 southwest of boston. places like attleboro, taunton, brockton, norwood. then around 495 into northern m this is where we have our best chance of seeing some scattered frost as temperature also likely fall back into the 30s. in boston, in the 40s but the good news is we do have temperatures warming up quickly so if you are going to be out in the morning you need that jacket around 7:00 for the bus stop or perhaps an early morning tee time. then by 9:00, and 11:00 we're climbing quickly to near 60?. i'll show you what you can expect by the afternoon. also i'm tracking some rainful i'll let you know when that will arrive.
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are searching for at least one suspect after seven people were injured after a brawl in the theatre district. we were live on the scene during the fox 25 morning news. police tell us three people were stopped outside the candy bar tremont street that happened early this morning. four other took themselves to the hospital. all seven victims we're told are expected to survive. a family of four killed in a not extraic early morning fire in greenfield. the flames broke out at a home meridian street. >> fox 25's crystal haynes explains the challenges firefighters faced when they >> just a tragic scene here in greenfield as you can see this house burnd out to a shell. the personal belongings and the insides of that house right here on the lawn. there were family members that actually arrived on scene still upset they -- just out there screaming and flames coming out the window. >> diane woke up to her neighbor's house in flames early sunday morning.
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greenfield and fire trucks haven't arrived yet so she did the only thing she can think of. >> i hooked the fire hose for the house. >> this is her video of the scene shared with fox 25 it. >> was scary. i was worried for our property then we started looking around to see if anybody made it out of the house. we were hoping they weren't home. >> reporter: but the family of 4 were home. greenfield's fire chief says three adults and a young child were found inside the efforts to rescue them. >> they withheld the names and ables of the victims sunday evening. but friends and neighbors identify the homeowners as brian tower. >> it's heartbreaking. it's heartbreaking. the little boy he was adorable we saw him all summer hanging out with dad outside in the backyard. >> the adult sun was visiting with his young son just a toddler. >> it's hard to believe this has happened. rebecca stone was brought to
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she said this home belonged to brian's grandparents. we spent a lot of time hiking and biking together. always had a smile on. always. >> as you can probably hear and see behind me the investigation continues here at the scene of the fire and the cause has yet to be determined. reporting in greenfield, countries tral hanes, fox 25 news. news. major league baseball shot after the shock of a rising star. >> the freak accident that took this young ace's life and the emotional reaction from red sox slugger david ortiz. plus, a girl at a local mall tonight designed to stop attacks before they happen. a rare inside look at the intense training for first responders coming up. going the wrong way on
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>> the mayor of charlotte, north carolina, has lifted the curfew. there have been protests every day since the 43-year-old keith scott was killed by charlotte police officer tuesday. yesterday, the police chief released some of the dash cam and body camera footage ofhe gun and ankle holster they say they recovered at the scene. but it's unclear if they belong to scott. his family says the video does provide more information but not enough. >> unfortunately, we are left with far more questions than we have answers. >> meanwhile, today's carolina panthers football game was played under high security. there were police in riot gear at the bank of america stadium keeping an eye any protests that could potentially get out of hand about. 100 protestors outside the
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the national anthem was played. inside the stadium carolina safety marcus ball raised his first during the anthem. -- his first during the anthem. >> i heard about one, that's when i started going 1, 3, 4, 5, 6. >> investigators in washington state now trying to piece together information on the suspect in the deadly mall shooting. authorities searched an apartment tied to a teen as well as his car. police got a tip on hills location and arrested the imgranted late last night. five people were killed -- immigrant late last night. major league baseball is mourning the loss of a rising star tonight's. miami marlins ace pitcher jose fernandez and two of his friends were killed when their boat smashed into a jetty off miami beach early this morning. the team cancelled their home game today against the atlanta braves as players gathered at the ballpark to grieve together. david ortiz was friends with fernandez. because of this he asked the
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final game at tropicana field. instead the rays absorbed a moment of silence which brought big papi to tears. all new at 10:00, video catching a wrong way driver route 128 in needham. a fox 25 employee had a dashboard camera rolling when the driver came right at him. he pulled over then called police apparently he wasn't the only one. mass state police tell us they got multiple calls and calls about this driver around 4:00 a.m. to find the vehicle but they do believe the driver was able to make his way back to the correct direction. developing tonight the medical examiner will perform an autopsy on a new hampshire man had shot and killed by police. officers were called to a home in clarify mond rearl this morning. during a confrontation they shot and killed cody lafont. no officers were hurt. investigators are still piecing together what led to the shooting. police are searching for the driver in a deadly
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wellington circle early this morning. state police identified the victim as 41-year-old albert santos flores of somerville. they still don't have a description of the vehicle. developing tonight federal health officials say a local farm is to blame for a multistate outbreak of e. coli. according to the centers for disease control seven people have gotten sick. they range in age from one-year-old to 74 years old. the outbreak is linked to adams farms slaughterhouse. the c.d.c. says the company cuts of beef, veal and bison products. all 8,000 people in hamilton are being told to boil their water until further notice. water main break yesterday caused low pressure or no water at all throughout that town. the break has been repaired but the boil water advisory will remain until a lab which is closed until the weekend can certify that the water is cleaned. thousands of january
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plan to walk off the job if they don't reach a deal this week. they're currently negotiating a new contract. the current one expires friday. the janitors want better pay, benefits and full-time job opportunities. a salem man expected to be sentenced tomorrow for shooting and killing an army veteran in boston. a jury deliberated less than two hours last week before finding peter castillo guilty of first degree murder. prosecutors said video showed castillo shooting 2012 after an argument in a parking lot. family members say they want to focus on remembering the veteran who served two tours in iraq. >> he had a heart of gold would do anything for anybody. >> two other people have been charged in connection with perez's murder are still awaiting trial. the deaf community is rallying around behind an impaired woman hearing impaired woman who was recently refused service at
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jessica says she's a regular at a framingham dunkin' donuts and uses a texting app to order through the drive-thru. as fox 25 first reported earlier this month when she drove up one day she was refused service because she would not use the speaker. well, today several others went through that drive-thru ordering like a deaf person would using that app. she hopes this will make others aware that these accessibility options. >> to see, to give them the experience for people when a deaf person is going to come through the drive-thru and how to approach that better in the future. >> dunkin' donuts did apologize for that initial incident saying the employee involved has been fired. your chance on a love letter from alka pony. >> -- al capone. >> a special honor for the family of one of the boston
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>> 16 more women have come forward accusing the u.s.a. doctor of sexual abuse. he hasn't been charged with any crime and denies any wrongdoing. the alleged abuse happened at michigan state university where he worked. the school fired him last week. there are at least 20 u.s.a. gymnastics cut ties with him last year when the organization's president went to police after learning about the athletes concerns. a new york senator charlie schumer says the nation's wireless emergency alerts should include pictures, that includes the one sent to millions of people in new york last week about bombing suspect ahmad are a him -- rahami. the british royal couple is kicking off an eight day
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they landed at a military base near vancouver this afternoon. much of the spotlight will be on their children. the family is set to visit around 30 places in british columbia and yukon. it's a rare personal look at al ca-- capone. >> the intimate three page letter from capone to his son will be auctioned off next week. in it capone shows his softer side even kisses your dear dad number 85. that is in conference to his number in alcatraz. the letter, by the way, expect fetch around $50,000. a hearing will be field this week on the upgrades and imprompts at fenway park. as fox 25 reported last month, the boston landmark commission aproved four projects that sent the architects back to the drawing board on the dugout move and new suites. a meeting is set tortoise. the renovations are expected to be completed by opening day next year.
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a powerful tribute today for a boston marathon bombing victim. >> the city of medford unveiled a unique garden to honor krystle campbell. >> a large crowd on hand including crystal's family for the unveiling of the krystle camp garden. her father says the garden reminds him of things that made her daughter happy. >> i hope people get a lot of relaxation. >> reporter: the garden is located outside the medford senior center just blocks away from where crystal grew un. >> i'm grateful it's here and it's finally open. >> reporter: the gardens beaming with vibrant sunflowers her favorite flower.
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outside represent krystal as well as the memories of martin richard, lindsay liu and m.i.t. police officer sean collier. the central fountain represents all who were injured in 2013 boston marathon tragedy. boston mayor marty walsh attended the dedication ceremony and says today is a day of celebration. >> how does the disagree how does the family take something that's such a tragedy with a positive outcome. >> reporter: there are four memorial plaques the fountain. each family placed a white rose on top honoring their loved one. >> i hope that they just come and relax and enjoy it. listeninged to the water and beauty around it. >> the peace garden took about a year to plan and build and it is open to the public. new york state officials expect only slight change in the leaves.
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the area to look a little bit more like fall when they get some more frost. that's right, those colors will begin to pop when you get really cold nights and warm days. we've just had really warm nights and warm days. except for this morning. were you up early this morning? take a look at this picture. they were up early this morning this is sunrise over boston. just a gorgeous shot this is our fox 25 photo of the day. we love you can instagram and hashtag us and perhaps maybe one of your pictures will be featured. but during 6:30 this morning it's in the 40s in boston. it was chilly but it was in the 30s in some places like to you ton and norwood up to parts of new hampshire and yes, the top mount washington it was a lovely 22 degrees and take a look at what it was like out for conditions. they had rhyme out there. that's when you have ice that forms from water droplets that instantly
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hey, two thumbs soup they're pretty excited for that winter season. sure enough it's 25 degrees there right now while this boston we're back into the 40s. so our temperatures are falling and with that we do have freeze warnings in place for parts of northern new england and frost advisories as we head into southern new england. we tip ecly get frost advisories when we first get that first big chill of the season and that's for those people who have agricultural interests. they want to make sure that you take take sensitive plants. bring them in and recover them because this is the area this area shaded in blue where we have the potential of seeing some scattered frosts outside there because temperatures will be falling back into the 30s. so that includes central and western parts of the state into vermont and new hampshire. but also, along 495 southwest of boston, away from the coast, you know that typical cool pocket where we saw temperatures this morning in the 30s. we have another chance overnight tonight. this is our expected lows when you wake up 40s and 30s
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with that energy that we saw from the day goes right back up into the atmosphere. we call that radiational cooling and sure enough temperature also hit rock bottom for what they can. waking up tomorrow as you head to church and school it will be chilly out there. temperatures in the 30s and 40s with lots of sunshine so you need those sunglasses. by the afternoon we'll see the temperatures climbing nicely into the 60s. it's going to be a beautiful fall day. dry and mostly sunny. so at least the second half of the day not i think we can handle it. those winds will be out of the north turning towards the southeast. so along the coast a little bit cooler. and that southerly wind direction will actually bring temperatures up a bit as we head into tuesday. but it's also going to bring the risk of some showers. this is the cold front that i'm tracking that's going to be pushing eastward. but until then high pressure keeping us dry and frosty to start for your monday. it will provide us with dry and bright conditions for monday. now monday night the clouds thicken up. notice after midnight here we go.
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those showers will continue to push eastward toward the coast during the morning commute on tuesday. so tuesday is the day that you are going to have to be prepared for some slow travel thanks to some scattered showers perhaps a few downpours and even a few rumbles of thunder. as we go through the morning the showers will push to the east still allowing for some wet weather for our eastern areas in the day then we'll see some clearing. but the pattern looks to change there after. take a look at the seven-day forecast. because what we're in south this front gets. we're going to also have a low pressure to the west. while we could see dry times we also have the chance of some showers. the temperatures will be near normal. upper 60s through the week. that's your forecast. >> all right, sarah. first responders all across the country are constantly preparing for emergencies like the one that happened in washington state when a gunman opened fire on a shopping mall killing five people friday night.
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at the training that goes into defending mall attacks. >> reporter: a soft target a local mall. >> it's typically a place that people feel safe. if someone wants to do harm this is usually an area where they would go to do it. >> reporter: but as the nation learned last week malls are no more or less safe after a gunman killed five people friday in a washington state mall. >> command. >> reporter: this year organized by auburn fire department was not a response to last week's shooting. >> this drill has been in the works for over two months. >> the scenario a gunman breaks into the mall in a plan to rob kay jewelers not realizing the mall isn't empty. gunshots are fired initially three people go down. from there engineered chaos. the swat team is brought in
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it is, of course, faked but for participants real enough. >> we see like actual people, you see it on the news a lot you don't get to experience it. >> and a sad sign of the times. >> but in today's world you have to talk about it. you have to talk about it with your kids and family. unfortunately in today's world when you go into the public you have to have a plan for when bad things happen. >> in auburn, jim morelli, fox 25 news. more space for the dead. still ahead on fox 25 the first of its kind grave jewish faith. the plan to assassinate north korea's leader what
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a photographer in syria narrowly missing being hit by an air strike in aleppo. 26 people have been killed in government air strikes on that city. the report came as institution security said they won't take any action. a united states general says the iraqi army is doing an excellent job battling isis in the country. the iraqi government is gearing up for a large scale military operation to remove isis in the city of mosul. mosul is the last major urban stronghold for isis iraq. officials say they expect the operation to retake mosul next month.
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has appeared in new reports. the nigeria said they had fatally wounded him. throughout the video the isis flag is visible. the world's biggest wildlife conference is happening in south africa high on the agenda is poaching the illegal hunting of wild animals. at serious risk is endangered african elephant. these images from sky elephants after they have been hunted down and killed for the ivory tusks. experts warn that declining numbers of this majestic animal in several countries means the species could become extinct in just a decade. >> for some reason they couldn't follow this animal until he died. he has been an elephant it's not very difficult to be able to follow him. so i believe -- >> south africa along with neighboring zambia and
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lifted because elfant populations pose dangered to the natural environment and other species. south korea has a plan in place to assassinate north korean leader kim jung un. kim would be taken out by elite troops but the plan will be implemented only if they feel threatened by north korea's nuclear weapons. in response the north says if a situation is they will wipe guam from the face of this earth. next at 10:00 the company's first physical product that lets you record video hands free. >> but first, walking for a cause. thousands of people who showed up today to beat
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>> governor charlie baker will join the state's top leaders and a.l.s. researchers at the stated house tomorrow. pete frates family will be on hand. they raised millions for a.l.s. they event a new special license plates will be announced to benefit a.l.s. massachusetts-based nonprofit. hundreds united in movement in cambridge today in honor of a loved one. >> participants this this year's walk to end alzheimer's say they're reclaiming the future for the millions suffering with this disease. >> we come here every year since she passed from this
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so we just as a family come here honor her and keep the memory alive. >> they came to honor loved ones they've lost as well as those still here still fighting. >> my mother has been suffering from this disease for over a decade now. >> reporter: the walk to end alzheimer's kicked off in cambridge it's the nation's largest even. to raise awareness and funds to alzheimer's association, care support and research programs. >> i think a lot of people still don't fully understand what it is don't have a working knowledge exactly it did us to a person. >> reporter: actress alexandria scioscia walks to raise awareness for a disease that does not discriminate. >> so many people from so many different neighborhoods in boston are walking. >> reporter: mayor marty walsh among the 7,000 walkers a sea of purposeal show of support for all who suffer and those who stand by their side. >> the one part that was hard for me was seeing my father has to feed his mother. >> reporter: each supportive stride united in movement to
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what a day for it. organizers say last year this walk raised more than $3.7 million locally and 77 million nationwide. lawsuit filed against yahoo!. two cases filed in u.s. district court seeks class action status and charge yahoo! with failing to protect users information. they recommend anyone with an e-mail account used two factor possible. >> yahoo! has something called an account key what's is when you log in they will immediately send you a text message with a code. so even though they may have your password, if they don't have your phone as well then they still can't get into your account which is always a good thing. >> the breach could also possibly delay or even derail verizon's active
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sunglasses that record them to record video. snap that the says the video on the glasses will be captured in circular format which can be played fill screen smartphones in the snapchat app. they're expected to cost $130 and will be available later this year. here we go. uber rolling out a new feature designed to keep customers safe when they step into a ride sharing car. they're requiring drivers to confirm their identities through a selfie before shift. it's aimed at preventing fraudulent accounts. they are testing out the feature before rolling it you to the two million drivers. a car free day. only taxies, public transit and emergency vehicles were allowed to use the main streets. the initiative is parted of the mayor's effort to raise awareness of air pollution. pedestrians and cyclists took over areas around landmarks which are usually
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well, mexico has been sit by a surge of almost 5,000 haitian african and asian migrants in just a few days. they entered the country between wednesday and friday. the my grants cannot be sent back to their home country so mexico gives them 20 day visa, however last week the u.s. announced plans to crackdown deporting haitian immigrants who have flooded california. authorities in mexico are working to contain a massive oi vera cruz yesterday. the tanker was carrying about 168,000 barrels of gasoline and also diesel fuel. no injuries were reported though. there are no immediate reports of fuel spills and the cause of that fire remains unknown. a first of its kind cemetery is under construction in jerusalem. on top of holding more than 200,000 burial spots the massive complex will cater specifically to the jewer faith.
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>> reporter: jerusalem's largest cemetery has a problem and it is simply this. >> we're surrounded by burial sites in every direction. >> but have you run out of space here. >> yes, we do. because people continue dying and the size of their ground doesn't grow. >> reporter: multistory burial buildings have helped but even those spots are nearly full. the man for jewish burial in jerusalem are some high. some believe that the dead will rise from their graves after the coming of messiah those closest to jerusalem will be resurrected first. the solution is to go deep not just six feet under. burials deeper than ever before. she's massive caverns drilled into the mountains will be a subterranean cemetery with space for 22,000 burial sites from dust to dust. >> very unique place. >> reporter: the project
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>> the uniqueness is that these holes are going back to be the most similar to the graves that used to be in biblical times. meaning the bodies were actually put on the stone. s. >> reporter: people have been buried under ground for centuris. the difference is the scale of this complex which will cost more than $50 the dead will be buried in the floor, on the walls and in the stones. glazer leads me into the heart of the burial site. this space alone will hold 3,000 graves. and yet even this is a temporary fix. the mountain of the resting as it's known will always need more space for the dead to rest in peace.
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a fall day out there temperatures were in the 60s today and well, now we're already dropping back with clear skies out there. we've got the mercury backed into the 50s in boston.
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the north and west. now overnight tonight temps are falling back into the 30s and 40s under clear skies. so it's going to be a chilly but clear start to your day tomorrow. scattered frost likely in some areas away from the coast. we do have a frost advise 40 2:00 a.m. through 8:00 a.m. along 495 to the west up through northwestern middle middlesex county wochder county northward into vermont and new hampshir the best chance of seeing those temperatures in the 30s. hour by hour having a tough time with that forecast. it does show the temperatures quick rised into the 50s in the morning then 60s by the afternoon. we're looking at mostly sunny skies but there will be some clouds as well as rain headed our way. i'll show you when that arrives at be 11:00. >> all right, robo pulling a plane to beat cancer this is a picture of brooklyn police
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pull an airplane. it's all to raise money for cancer research. this is the second annual pulling for hope event. last year's participants raised $50,000. this year they exceeded that amount raising more than $88,000. an entire highland on cape cod is up for sale. >> a 25 acre island on pleasant bay off the cape is on the market. the island is going for $12.5 million included is a 4400 square foot it's also private beach around the whole island. it is the first time in generations we're told that the whole island is for sale it. >> must be the island. tom leyden 11 straight for the are red sox but the sports world tonight mourning the loss of a legend. >> yeah, it was a tough day. the world of sports had a bad day all around two. phenomenal personalities that either end of the age spectrum were taken from us today. arnold palmer golf's
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he passed away in pittsburgh with a leg sill of charity -- with a legacy of dmart his wake. arnold's army would parade around golf courses. even then he was a superstar on the senior tour. throughout the 50s and 60s he dominated the sport. winning zoo titles. a four time masters champion -- winning 62 titles. a four time masters champion. this news just 12 hours after we learned of the death of jose fernandez. dead early this morning at the age of 24. killed in beeting accident off the coast of miami beach. three people on board. none wearing life jackets all dead today far too soon. an emotional day in baseball. >> it's a tremendous loss and my heart goes out to his
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tough day. red sox and rays today in st. pete. dustin pedroia certainly the m.v.p. of this series. grand-slam last night then another dinger today. red sox working from ahead. the pitching staff struck out 23 batters in 10 innings. that's 23 out of 30. eduardo rodriguez accounted for 11 of those he only got to the sixth though. david ortiz to the outfield. dustin pedroia headed home and i don't even know how to aptly describe. this kind of looks to avoid the catcher gets tagged a ball comes loose. dustin is safe that's the run that holds up. it's a 3-2 win for the sox. the magic number drops to two. incredible. bill belichick today deflecting questions his quarterback's availability and i mean that in the plural sense. he won't have to share any information about jimmy g.
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wednesday. we will continue to speculate because it's fun. we'll do that as we discuss the next steps. more on the loss of an icon arnold palmer. butch stearns debates who should start game win of the playoffs with miami we have differing opinions on that and a special feature on sprint football at franklin pierce university. no one over 172 pounds
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose.
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kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
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lo, the cave where the princess doth dwell. (sighs) let the light of mithryleen guide our path. for real, trev. let's go back. those other freaks are gonna beat us to the treasure, anyway. the name's blackthorne, and you'd do well to remember it. your name is trevor vertuca, and that is your mom's cell phone. now call her to pick us up, or i will. this is getting old, right, ezra? (screaming) trevor: a rat? come on. wait for me! (squeaking) trevor (sighs): look, i'm sorry about this. we don't usually break character, but... i mean, you have to dock points; i understand. (heavy sigh) ugh... (rat squeaks) what the...? (screaming) (knocking on door) brennan: booth, open up! all right, all right, all right, i'm coming, it's...


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