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>> a missing boater back on shore after days at sea. why he's now being questioned by police. >> anchor: a convicted killer denied of parole. >> reporter: more clouds around tomorrow. much cooler as well. >> anchor: and perfect attendance for the pats. the full squad was on the field for practice. >> anchor: there are still quarterback >> anchor: breaking news at 7 police searching the home of a boater saved at sea. that boater rescued after drifting in open water for days. he was with his mother who is still missing and presumed dead. >> anchor: boston coast guard headquarters with the latest. >> reporter: nathan carmen left here today with his father
searched his house and seized several items including a sim card also a letter. all hours before he arrived here in boston. >> this is nathan carmen. >> nathan this is united states coast guard boston. >> reporter: now we're hearing the call between nathan carmen and the coast guard. a week after the 22-year-old went missing with his mother 54-year-old linda the 2 left road island on a fishing trip. >> some people myself and my mom were fishing block canyon and the -- there was a funny noise in the engine compartment. i looked and saw a lot of water. >> reporter: carmen tells the coast guard he heard a funny sound in the engine area aboard their aluminum boat. >> i brought the safety stuff
bags forward dropped out from under my feet. >> reporter: carmen grabbed food and water and got on the life raft. sunday the freighter located carmen. the search for his mother suspended. carmen spent hours at the coast guard in boston in a face to face briefing. something that is protocol when a boat sinks at >> i got to the life raft when i got my barings. i was whistling and calling around and i didn't see her. >> reporter: according to those court document its appears that police are now focussed on the sea worthiness of carmen's boat. they're also focussed on his mother who thought that boat trip was going to be 20 miles not 100 miles. steve cooper 7 news. ; 7 news now focusing on your forecast.
start to the day in boston. how will things shake out tonight. chief meteorologist jeremy reiner with a look at the forecast. >> this is where we had the rain this morning moving through new england now off shore. it's the weather system that tries to back up a bit through tonight and tomorrow. rain tallies most of us a quarter of an inch of rain. temps right now in the lower 60s. the 63 at 63. norwood 64 technically a cool front. no real cool air initially behind this weather system. that will change through the day tomorrow. thanks to a northeast wind tonight. cloudy skies with patchy drizzle after midnight. temps tonight not that chilly in the middle and upper 50s. as we roll through the day tomorrow there won't be much improvement from those temps. morning commute features clouds
as we step through the day we hold on to the clouds and the pockets of the light rain and drizzle. temperatures tomorrow afternoon only in the upper 50s. ; new at 7 parole denied for a convicted killer. ron matthews luring his classmate in the woods and convicted in the 80s. kimberly bookman is live in canton tonight. >> reporter: the victim's mother has waited 6 months to find out what was decided. she t when genie quinleft her canton apartment home this morning she passed the sign on the door with the words everything is going to be all right. for her it turned out true. >> the phone rang and i looked on the phone and i said it's the parole board. the parole board had handed them the decision. and that matthews was denied
14 with a baseball bat. he said he wanted to know what it felt like to kill someone. >> he's dangerous. he's dangerous. >> reporter: he was the first underage person in massachusetts that was tried as adult and convicted of second degree murder. over the years he's beeneligible for parole. every time genie quinstands up to him. >> i am mom. i am still here. and i am sean's voice. >> reporter: this time in march matthews went before the parole board and cried. >> i had to prove that i could murder him. >> reporter: he said he is a changed man and deserved his freedom. genie offered him forgiveness but never thought he had the right to get out of prison. today the parole board agreed.
weight off my chest 100 pounds. >> reporter: rod matthews will stay behind bars for 5 years before he iseligible for parole again. >> anchor: the third suspect in a shooting at a stoughton cvs is called to court. marcus pierre lieues on $25,000 bail. police say pierre lewis was involved in a shooting stoughton cvs last week. lewis was arrested last night in dorchester. 2 other suspects are also in custody. investigators say a man in his 40s was shot in the area of center street before 1:00 this morning. boston police say anyone with information should call the homicide unit.
charged with 2 counts of assault in a new hampshire court. flynn will appear in court again on october 14th. that chase happened in may. a worcester man led police on a chase that ended in nashua new hampshire. a new hampshire state trooper was also charged with assault in that take down. sky 7 hd over topsfield today where a truck caught fire beneath these power the power has now been restored from an alternate source. national grid is on the scene there repairing damaged lines. >> now on 7. >> donald trump the invasion of iraq. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely proved. >> wrong. >> 2 campaigns collide. >> at least i have a plan top fight isis. >> no wonder you've been
night in new york on the debate stage. donald trump and hillary clinton clashing for the first time. today the candidates were back at work with momentum. >> reporter: the first debate was the most watched ever. more than 80 million people tuning in setting a record in the 60 year history of televised debates. >> we had a great time last night. >> it was a fascinated period of time. >> repte debate. both candidates claiming victory. >> i'm excited about where we are in this country. he calls us names. he calls us a third world country. >> big moment. very important moment. including jobs including immigration. our military our vets taking care of our vets. >> reporter: during the debate clinton put donald trump on the defensive on not releasing tax returns slamming what he did
tax. >> reporter: trump making his main point clinton is an ineffective long time dc insider. >> you've been doing this for 30 years why are you just thinking about these solutions now. >> reporter: 62% to his 27%. while a time magazine poll gave the win to trump. it will be days before the impact on the campaign becomes evident. thinks won. >> i saw donald trump give a spirited voice to those who don't like the status quo. >> reporter: following questions about a sniffing sound. trump claimed technical difficulty. >> my microphone was terrible. my microphone in the room they couldn't hear me. >> anybody that complains about the microphone is not having a good night.
louis missouri. >> anchor: speaking out against donald trump after her name was brought up during last night's debate. >> he called this woman miss piggy. then he called her miss house keeping because she was latina. she has a name. her name is alicia matchado and she has become a u.s. citizen. >> after winning the crown in 1996 weight prompting trump to call her miss are piggy. she said the treatment allowed her to have eating disorders and depression. >> watching this guy doing stupid things and stupid comment i never imagine something like that. it's a really bad win for me. >> anchor: in an interview this morning trump doubled down saying she had gained a massive amount of weight and it was a
hillary clinton will stop in new hampshire tomorrow. donald trump will be there on thursday. >> anchor: the patriots back at practice. the whole team hitting the field. this is a welcomed sight for football fans in new england. >> anchor: pats are preparing for a divisional show down with the bills on sunday. alex corddry with more from gillette. >> reporter: jimmy garoppolo and jaby as for who will be under center sunday. >> who will be your quarterback this weekend. >> i don't know ask coach. that are will be up to him. >> reporter: and what's best for the team. whatever bill belichick and josh mcdaniels are doing is working. pats are 3 and 0. >> we have a lot of faith in our coaches and the system here. we've won 3 games this year so far because we have a lot of
going to do to get the guys in position to be successful. we're excited. >> reporter: the offense has jumped on back and threw 3 games. >> he's done an excellent job. leading the offense. leading the league in rushing. we need him for these games. he's went out and played really well. that's what we need from m. locker room. i've loved every second playing for the prast 3 years. it's fun to hear him run by and hit guys. he's a great teammate. >> and the patriots have surpassed 100 rushing yards in all 3 games this season. alex corddry 7 news. >> anchor: 7 news is your home for pats coverage all season long. just go to our website whdh.com.
after a local play ground is set on fire. >> reporter: much cooler in the forecast. midweek forecast up next. >> anchor: the surprise that marine biologist got in mystic. >> anchor: highlights of david ortiz and seth myers when we get back. >> tonight her son came home from day care
looking like this. when she called to complain. >> i was very upset. >> hank f can take for the state to investigate.
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s recovery is possible. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. >> police in canton left with burning questions after a group of people set a school play
ground on fire. the fire did some serious damage. >> anchor: detectives are hoping the video will help catch those involved. byron barnett gives us a closer look.>> a.m. sunday vandals start a fire on the play ground at the john f. kennedy elementary in canton. vandals are running back and forth from a dumpster to keep the fire going. the individuals are seen rolling a trash barrel full of paper on fire across the play ground. here you see the recycled dumpster goes up in flames as well. >> my kid when's i told them about it.
people out there. >> reporter: the fire still ering was discovered by a passer by later sunday morning. the dumpster where residents bring recycled items was charred. the surveillance video shows the individuals walking around the play ground before the fires were set. it shows them running away from the play ground after ward. it looks like 8 or 9 individuals were involved. atea police are releasing the video hoping that someone recognizes the individuals and comes forward. >> they damaged the play ground in a way that made it difficult for our kids to enjoy it. >> reporter: are you glad police are putting surveillance video out there hoping to catch the vandals? >> i'm sure they'll take care of it. find whoever did it. >> reporter: they're asking anyone with information to give them a call.
>> anchor: police in born warning drivers to slow down in rainy weather. the crash there happened in july. the message if the roads are wet reduce your speed. they were very wet this morning. heavy rain moving through. all of a sudden it start clear up finally. >> anchor: the temperatures warmed up a bit too, jr. >> reporter: a bit of humidity out there this afternoon. overnight tonight and more so tomorrow. the cool weather ll into new england. not much in the way of rain. i call it nuisance rain. we're in a drought. beneficial rain would be 1 to 2 inches of rain in the forecast. that's not the case. it would be the drizzly misty patchy light rain. 60s right now. the city at 63. worcester at 63 as well. here are the rain fall tallies from that fast moving area of rain this morning. most upon towns a third of an inch of rain or less.
january. here are the rain fall deficits. you don't want to make that up in one afternoon or a weekend. a third of an inch of rain is not going to get it done. the pattern begins to take shape like this. the chance of rain in new england for a few days. tomorrow a 60% chance of patches of light rain. i don't think it's a steady widespread rain for everyone. pressure which is developing through the ohio river valley begins to move closer to us the chance for friday evening goes up and more so through the day on saturday. for tonight mainly cloudy skies with pockets of drizzle forming after midnight tonight r. temps overnight not that chilly 49 to 59. during the day tomorrow no recovery from those overnight lows. temps tomorrow in the day stay
with a lot of clouds patches of light rain and drizzle. so a good idea to have the rain gear. you might not need it that much. it won't be that heavy significant rain. that rain that moisture that wafts through the air thanks to that northeast win. the gray all over the place those are the clouds in a couple of green blobs focussed along the coastline. the coastal locations have better chances of patches of now as we work toward the end of the week this area of low pressure which will be out there the next couple of days through kentucky and west virginia it slowly begins to move close torp new england. in doing so the chance of rain will go up more so on friday afternoon and into the weekend. saturday will feature on and off rain. you notice also the next several days the temps don't move that much from day to night.
to around 60. see you at 11. >> another stroke of luck for a manatee rescued off the coast of falmouth. the wayward manatee is pregnant. the 800 pound female was rescued last week before water temps dropped to dangerous lows. she's about 4 months. she's due around may of next year. >> anchor: pregnant. >> anchor: disney songs i like it.
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>> anchor: red sox star david ortiz is playing his last regular season game in yankee stadium this week. >> anchor: seth myers may be the team's bad luck charm. >> you came in 2004. >> credit for 2004. i went to game 1 you lost. i went to game 3 at fenway you lost. i had tickets to the famous game 4. i didn't go. >> you're definitely not coming this year. >> anchor: put out a restraining order for him. the 2004 red sox were the most important baseball team ever to him. take on the yankees tonight, tomorrow and thursday.
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she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that - defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women.
narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families
depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda...
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trump threatened to drop on the clintons. >> the insults, the interruption, the sniffles. we break down the great debate now on "extra". >> how low did donald almost go? >> i'm very glad that i didn't mention indiscretions. >> sparks fly on the debate stage as trump and hillary fight for the presidency. >> why he bit his tongue and how he's explaining this today. >> maybe he caught the cold he's