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release for me. after being showered with gifts throughout the season he will be the toast of his own team this weekend as the regular season portion of his farewell tour concludes in the park he called home for the last 14 years. i don't really feel like it hit home yet, do you know what i'm saying? like i am so busy doing so many things that i haven't like really sit dunn to think about papi's countless accomplishments and ceremonies before all three games here this weekend and will wear a patch on belle caps and jerseys in honor of the three time world series champion. people will always have things to say. people will always judge you. people are always going to want to hold you down. not everybody but some people. reality is that you are the
it's all about how good you want to be. it's all about how successful want to be. so that has been my career. >> anchor:. >> reporter: back here live at fenway park another thing ortiz alluded to in today's press conference, he did say that a lot of this is kind of growing to be bit of a distraction. it's tough for him to be honored by teams, put a smile on his face, share time with his family then have to flip the switch for a game. he is looking forward to as he said to next week whenever we shift to the playoffs and it's all just reporting live on the field at a rainy fenway park, trey daerr, 7 news. >> anchor: all right and from trey daerr we go to byron barnett who continues now our team coverage. he isly for us outside of fenway also with his umbrella in toe. high, byron. hey, there. you can tell it's going to be a special night here as long as the rain hold off. the fans are just pouring in right now. all of them are talking about being sad and thrilled also to be here to say good-bye to their
you get a free thank you papi retirement pin tonight! >> anchor: the most popular number at fenway park, fans wearing big papi's 34. they are here for their last regular season home series with the legendary clutch hitter who over the years has become bigger than life in red sox nation. i am really excited because he is my favorite baseball player of all-time. >> anchor: during 14 years sox fans have watched countless game saving walk off home runs. fans say a here as he takes his final regular season swings this weekend. i just think he is felon onlial national. i think he is great. it's nice to see a player that's not in trouble and not doing the wrong things and secretary good examples support tees fans are here from near and far. we're from missouri so we came in for the last series to see him play. i flew all the way from palm springs, california to be here for these last three games. so i actually came here just for this. just to see papi's last homestand.
or ease. the als championship when against the yankees when he dropped the big bombs when he came back from being three games down to win that series. it's pretty exciting. one time i was in camden yards he came up and threw a ball toward me and my mom got on a picture on film. he threw the ball toward me and it's still memorable to have a ball that he personally gave me. in now the governor and legislature getting ready to name a after david ortiz. the fans here say that no one deserves it more. that's the latest live outside fenway park, i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> anchor: as big papi's monster send off continues this weekend stay with us for up on air and of course on-line. >> anchor: we're following breaking news right now out of cape cod. a fire at a marine quay there in nauset. you can see intense flames that fire burning at least one boat docked there. this is all happening at the
we'll continue of course to follow what happens here and bring you any developments as we get them. and now to breaking news from new hampshire. former state legislator accused of dealing drugs to other lawmakers kyle tasker resigned in march. kimberly bookman live with us from the state's investigation. kimberly? well, jadiann, here are the findings from the new hampshire state attorney general's office. they did a 7 month investigation into state rep kyle tasker. 30-year-old lawmakers did in fact smoke marijuana at the statehouse and sold the drug to at least four other legislators. but in the end, would not face charges for that because there was not enough evidence to make the case. now the state's investigation into tasker was launched after he was arrested in march for soliciting sex from a 14 yearly girl on-line and possessing drugs to sell. at that time detectives searched his home and say they found marijuana, hash, mushrooms and other derision as well as
county for all of that. the state then wanted to know if tasker was just allegedly selling drugs out of his home or on state property. investigators say they used his ipad and facebook account to track down possible lawmakers involved in his alleged drug deals. now during all of this tasker was removed from his assignment on the house and children's family law committee. he eventually did resign as well from his political position hoar at the statehouse. reporting live, kimberly bookman 7 news. story a family wants answers after their son dies at a boston summer camp. kaiser willis died while attending a summer day calf. the 7-year-old's body was pulled from the water but police have not toll the family what happened. now they are demanding the city turn over reports on the incident. the drowning happened on july 26. he was attend a city run day camp at the curley community center. do you remember a trip to the beach he disappeared under the water. crews accepted for five hours before eventually finding his
his shoes, his clothes, his lunch pail. where are all of these things at? who was the last person to see my nephew alive? we're asking for simple questions, what happened to my nephew? >> anchor: so days after the drowning the city police, day camp's program direct on leave and put new protocols in place for camp counselors. and there is more news today. another bizarre twist in the missing boater story. 22-year-old nathan carmen presumed lost at sea. now we've learned her house is being searched and he was once accused of killing her father. jonathan hall spoke to her attorney about all of the developments in this case. he is live there in connecticut tonight. jonathan? well, ryan, so many twists and turns, aren't there? this is a very involved story involving an elderly man with a lot of money who was murdered and his daughter who lived right there in that house who is lost as sea. in both cases the last person to
the subject of a multi-state police investigation. armed with a search warrant and red evidence tape police went through linda carmen's connecticut home thursday night. she is believed dead after an ill-fated fishing trip with her 22-year-old son nathan. nathan carmen told the coast guard he lost sight of his mom after his boat began to sink and he made his way into a life raft with the food and water. a chinese ship rescued him after a week. healthy cow was myct machine's former lawyer said she loved her son, nathan and spoke off the an about his struggles with asperinger's, a mild form of ative. he was named a suspect in his grandfather's 2013 murder but no charges were ever filed against him. she was convinced that he had nothing to do with the death of his grandfather and she could list reasons. >> reporter: the attorney reveals nathan wasn't the only suspect in the 2013 shooting
police questioned linda three times and in 2011 she had a violent altercation with her father on the 7th floor of this hartford hospital. a police report obtained by 7 news indicates he threatened to stop supporting his daughter because nathan's dad was slow to accept a job offer. quote linda is saying her dad was worth $300 million. it said she lost it when he tried to left a waiting room. "john stated he was struck upon his ad linda's closed fist and also was being kicked at the same time by linda." the report also indicates that carmen scratched at her father's face and actually gave her ex-husband a fat lip when he tried to intercede. after about three months the elderly father decided not to go forward with the prosecution. we're still waiting from the court to find out what was discovered here at this home when police went through it last
jonathan hall, 7 news. >> anchor: and investigators trying to figure out what caused that deadly commuter crash in new jersey. they are hoping two black books in the tran's engineer will help them understand why that speeding train slammed in a station in hoboken, new jersey them ran into an obstacle retrieving one of those boxes. john cuoco live for us with the very latest. there is some structural damage that's preventing investigators from getting to that second black box. they are also looking at some of the train. investigators here are hoping those will provide some clues as well. as investigators search for evidence and information crews work to secure and stabilize hoboken station. we are currently making sure the scene is as safe as possible. >> anchor: the train slammed into and hurtled over the bumpers at the end of the tracks collapsing the roof and
an explosion of concrete, dust, election tribblal wires. >> reporter: national transportation safety board agents have been able to recover the train's black box event recorder. we hope to get information such as speed and breaking. >> reporter: agents hope to learn more from the train's engineer, tommy gallagher has already talked with police. senior official briefed on the investigation say they found no red flags in his past, no infractions, no medical issues and no criminal history as they happened. the collision injured more than 100 in and outside of the train. 34-year-old fab a was standing on the appellate form when she was killed by falling debris. the whoing been mom dropped her toddler off at this day care center a couple of blocks away. we pray for her family and for her loved ones. >> reporter: the ntsb is
live at hoboken, new jersey, john cuoco, 7 news. >> anchor: we are just getting started on 7 news at 6:00. >> anchor: still ahead the mbta relying this picture of what appears continue an employee lying down in the money room and why there is speculation
the photo is a set up. it's not about brakes or whatever. it's just about getting a win. the patriots have their game faces on. the 3 and 0 team preparing for the buffalo bills ahead in 7
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gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk.
>> anchor: down on the job. mbta officials releasing this picture of what appears to
be an employee lying down in the money room and this is actually scattered on a nearby table. >> anchor: that incident was never investigate and the worker never identified but the mbta wanted you to see it. this surveillance photo inside the mbta money room shows a on the floor behind a wall and you can see cash scattered on a nearby table. the picture was taken in february and also appears to show another t worker off to the right. the mbta released the photo as it pushes for privatizing its fare collection system. currently those duties are handled by the boston carmen's union which counts $142 million a year this that money room. the mbta called photos troubling and release adstatement saying there is no logical reason for a transit system to be in the cash
the t should focus on doing things it does well and in situations like the money room where there are other people who are much better at it than the t is, we should talk to them about having them provide us with that service. the carmen's union wouldn't comment on the picture because it said the employee lying down isn't one of its members i'm spokesperson said the union speculates the two individuals in the photo may be t managers or even supervisors. the carmen's union is fighting the state's effort to outsource work to count fares. it's nothing more then a distraction than the fact they failed to make unnecessary investments to make more reliable service to riders and overhaul management. the t is pushing forward saying it expects to a proposed contract for cash handling operations next month. >> anchor: we saw it in trey daerr's live shot. wet weather it is on its way and with us through the weekend. so we have to break it down in
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unfortunately the wet weather with us as well even at now when we saw trey daerr a little bit ago the tarp was on field and it's also very cool. expecting ered showers again tomorrow night and also drizzly weather as we get into sunday afternoon's game. current temperatures are in the
not just the wet weather or the cool temperatures but there is also a pretty strong breeze that's coming in out of the northeast, ten to even 20 miles per hour. so here is the rain working through the area from south to north. we have scattered showers throughout worcester county and then as you take a closer into boston we saw it, a lot of wet weather in fenway and a couple of seconds ago i was even seeing yellow colorings in here indicating some heavier rainfall. now take it into southeastern mass heavier rainfall bridgewater out through kingston, duxbury as well. these spokes, these bands of the yellow and oranges, the heavier rainfall continued to track from south to north and while it is widespread scattered showers expected through not only tonight but through the better part of tomorrow, there will be some times of dry weather and also some times of heavy rainfall. so going through the time line here overnight tonight i think we can break apart some of those showers at least through later evening hours.
widespread showers could become heavy at times through tomorrow morning, still some of those isolated downpours that work through the area until about midday. then i think into the afternoon some of us could catch some areas of no rain, sometimes, then we continue with the scattered showers activity as we make it into sunday as well. so your heaviest rainfall expected overnight tonight through the first half of tomorrow and if there is a wetter of the two weekend days, that would be saturday rather than sunday. but we need evdr half an inch to an inch and a half and quite possibly in some of those harder hit areas two inches of rainfall. now hurricane matthew big news tonight and if you look very closely you can see a very well-defined eye to this storm. now a category four hurricane and, yes, this escalated very quickly if you have been keeping an eye on it. tracking to the west southwest but expected to make a sharp turn to the north as we get into this weekend and probably taking a whole lot of damaging wind and
as we make it into the beginning of next week as that storm still packs a punch. it's really feeding off the warm waters of the caribbean and into the bahamas. now as far as the forecast models go, once you get past wednesday everything just kind of falls apart as far as certainty is concerned. so it's tricky to pen down will this be any card in the deck for as we get into later parts of next week? so it's not in my forecast at this time but it is still something we're going to have to 7 on 7 keeping things cool but at least sunshine comes back to make an appearance by the middle of next week. 7 sports coming to you live from fenway park where two days after the red sox celebrated their first division title in three years, the team is set for a weekend full of celebrations at a very wet, cold and windy fenway park all in honor of david ortiz but nothing can take
clutch hitter in red sox history who is set for his regular season finale this weekend. red sox play homage to papi before all three games celebrating clutch moments he delivered over the course of his 14 years in a red sox uniform. players and coaches will don a patch in their jerk ease and caps in honor of ortiz this weekend a fitting and drop proper send off for one of bill's all-time greats. the sentimental part of it is just not there happened to all of us at some point, you know, the big man, you know, tearing up and it's pat of the emotion and the stuff as a human we get through but like i said it has been an honor you know, being honored by this ball club.. >> reporter: meanwhile down in foxboro patriots continuing
question heading into sunday's divisional show down, who will it be quarterback for patriots? injury report of course is out for friday, jimmy garappolo and jacoby brissett both practicing for a fourth day in a row and both are officially listed as questionable for sunday's game. no matter who gets the start of quarterback against the bills julian edelman is stressing act to within an persevere is never just about one guy. both of them have wins so it's great and all but this is a new team and a new goal and it all depends on everyone doing their own job not just the quarterbacks so that's kind of how i focus on it. >> reporter: become at fenway tarp is on the field. the rain is coming down first pitch scheduled for 7:00. not sure if that will be the case. that's going to do it for
joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political
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special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
tonight, trump's tirade. donald trump lashes out in a middle of the night rant, attacking a former beauty queen again with sex tape allegations. now she and hillary clinton are firing back. crash cause. the ntsb begins questioning crew members in the af black box is pulled from the twisted wreckage. caught on camera. police release video showing a fatal officer encounter with an unarmed man. sex abuse scandal. dozens of disturbing allegations against the doctor who treated top olympic athletes. and hurricane threat. matthew strengthens to a powerful category 4