Skip to main content

tv   WBZ This Morning  CBS  August 23, 2016 6:00am-7:01am EDT

6:00 am
. good morning, everybody. >> thanks for joining us. it's tuesday august 23rd. >> right now it's 6:00 a.m. a warning for women. the search for a sex assault suspect in a south end, who police are >> and new rates proposed as massachusetts moves towards electronic tolling. some drivers will pay more. how you can weigh in. >> a worker injured while clearing debris from the tornado in concord. we'll have the latest on the clean up. but first we want to get a check of the day's forecast. >> barry burbank is here this morning. it's a nice one out there. >> it is indeed. from the mountain tops to the sea shore, it's going to be fantastic today all day long, no interruptions from mother nature at all. the sunshine will be
6:01 am
have this morning. it's a chilly start. the temperature has gone down another degree, oh my gosh. 46 in newark right now. 45 in keen new hampshire. but many of the nearby suburbs in the boston in the low middle 50s presently. it's crystal clear. and it's just one little crowd atop mountain washington near the observatory. other the region is in the clear. it will stay sunny all day long. maybe just a few scattered clouds may show up this afternoon. by the lunch hour upo afternoon. the sun just rose about a minute ago. 52 minutes later than it was back in june. so we're losing some daylight. that's not good news. traffic and weather together. >> morning. >> the expressway is extra busy this morning due to an earlier accident on 128 south. you can see things are a little slow and go there. your drive time from the split
6:02 am
further south 24 north is backed up due to an accident in west bridgewater. there is near exit 16. it's blocking the left lane. traffic is now backed up to exit 14. this will add about 15 minutes to your normal commute time. >> all right. thank you. breaking overnight, police investigating a shooting in dorchester. it happened just after 2:00 a.m. this was the scene near 25 norwe will street. police and k9 units searching the area. the victim was hospital. a warning for women this morning. police are looking for a suspect in the sexual assault at a playground. >> wbz's anna miler is live in boston's south end this morning with a closer look. anna. >> reporter: kate, police say a woman was walking right in this area of the south end around 1:00 yesterday morning when a man came up to her, said he had a knife and forced her to follow him. police say the man was riding a blue bmx-style bike when he
6:03 am
street. investigators say the suspect forced her to walk to the carter playground where he sexually assaulted her. he then took off towards davenport street and is still on the run. police are now putting out a community alert warning the public to be on the lookout for the suspect who they describe as a hispanic man in his late 20s to mid-30s. he's 5'6" tall, has a medium build and brown short cropped hair and he has tattoos on his right arm and the back o right hand. boston police are asking anyone with information to give them a call and you can stay anonymous. reporting live in boston, anna miler, wbz this morning. well it's been just over 24 hours since a tornado hit concord and there's still plenty of cleaning up. meanwhile a worker is recovering after debris from a wood chipper hit him in the face. nicole jacobs is live in concord. good morning, nicole. >> reporter: is good morning, to you. fortunately no residents were injured during this storm.
6:04 am
it lasted a matter of minutes. one woman said 3 or 4 but certainly it left behind this type of destruction and a mess to clean up. >> reporter: it rolled through quickly. >> and all of a sudden instead of the window curtains blowing in, they started sucking out. >> reporter: sending residents to a place of protection. >> we hit underneath by the fireplace right there. >> reporter: just after 3:00 a.m. monday, while many were sleeping an ef-1 tornado tore through earthquake. everything was shaking. we felt a lot of pressure against the walls. >> reporter: memories of the sights and sounds now a part of the storm's story. >> it sounded like this rumble that came through, it got louder and louder, then it just quit. >> reporter: has left behind a path of destruction. trees scattered about, pole snapped, residents without power. the national weather aservice assessment determined there was twisting in the wind during the
6:05 am
were damaged. but all lives were spared. >> i'm amazed because look at my house. it's standing. >> reporter: and just as quickly as it hit, it was over. but this con court community has a clean-up that continues. and now that daylight has come, we are sure to hear the buzzing sounds of that clean-up process begin. as you drive around and you see all of the trees that fell, it is absolutely remarkable. but again,he was injured here is a miracle. we're live in con court, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. the governor got a firsthand look at the damage as well. he toured the area with the lieutenant governor, first responders and emergency management. >> the most amazing thing to me is how much tree damage was done up there and thankfully nobody was hurt and the damage to the
6:06 am
relatively light. >> con court firefighters issued a reverse 911 call for people to stay inside their homes while crews cleared the live wires and downed trees. a summerville couple facing armed robbery charges accused of robbing a nun. vanessa young and her spouse crystal pleaded not guilty at their arraignment monday. quincy police say the couple robbed the nun who was walking sunday near saint john's convent. we spoke to the nun's superior. she tells us the nun who wasn't robbers she didn't have any money, that's when they took her rosary beads. >> it was the rosary that saved both of them, saved our sister's life and saved this young woman where r. committing much bigger crime. >> mother olga says she believes in forgiveness and hopes the women will get the help they need. it police are looking for this man. he stole a autographed patriots helmet. you see him wearing the jersey.
6:07 am
walking out of his tab. he called the next day to confess, saying he would ship the helmet back. he hasn't been returned. police think he's from wilmington tfrjts massachusetts new electronic tolling could cost some drivers more while others will get a break. the open road tolling is expected to go into effect on october 28th. newly installed gantries over the highway will electronically charge drivers who have a tran responders. under the proposed framingham into boston will be the same. from west continue to boston your rate will be 30 cents less. but from west newton to downtown, each trip will cost you 70 cents more. >> look at that. you're going to be paying 55 cents less per trip. >> see, there you go. that sounz good to me. >> i have hawaii license plates on my car, and i'm from california. so i don't know what they're going to do with me.
6:08 am
increase quite a bit. cameras will take a picture of your plate and the department of transportation will mail you a bill. several public hearings will be held next month and a proposed rate will be voted on in october. over to campaign 2016. donald trump heads to texas today to fund-raise and rally supporters while the controversy over hillary clinton's use after i private e-mail server looms over her campaign. cbs's brian webb has the latest. >> reporter: appearing on jimmy kimmel last clinton talked about getting ready to debate her republican opponent. >> i am drawing on my experience in elementary school. >> reporter: before addressing the latest chapter in her enduring e-mail saga. >> we've already released, i don't know, 30,000 plus. so what's a few more? >> reporter: on monday, a federal judge ordered the state department to quickly release close to 15,000 previously undisclosed e-mails and documents recovered from her
6:09 am
during their criminal investigation. clinton campaign aides say she aren't sure what's in the documents but support all her work-related e-mails being released. the at a campaign event in ohio, donald trump sought to keep the limelight on clinton's family foundation, amid mounting claims it's foreign donors got preferential treatment. >> the favor's done and the significant number was done require an expedited investigation by a special prosecutor immediately, immediately, immediately. >> reporter: the republican nominee also made a pitch to minority voters. >> what do you have to lose? i will straighten it out. we'll get rid of the crime. you'll be able to walk down the street without getting shot. >> reporter: a new monmouth university poll finds clinton
6:10 am
10%. brian webb, for cbs news. hillary clinton continues her west coast fund-raising tour with four private events in california today. president obama in the meantime heads to louisiana today to tour the flood damage. the president took some heat for staying on vacation and not visiting louisiana sooner. 13 people have died from the flooding. more than 60,000 homes have been damaged. coming up on wbz this morning, unsettled charges on -- unsettling charges against a park ranger. >> the employee accused targeting swimmers with a hidden camera. prosecutors details the evidence against him. >> it's game on for the wynn casino. the last legal set back has been settled. we'll have the details. >> if you love fried chicken and who doesn't? this could make your day. check out the new offer from kfc. . >> it's going to be great weather across just about the entire nation today. real summery day coming up. it will get warmer and more
6:11 am
ad week. how about the sunrise this morning? it happened about 11 minutes ago. it's a beautiful morning out there. got 13 and a half hours of uninterrupted sunshine. enjoy. i'll see you in my forecast in
6:13 am
6:14 am
. well, thanks to fast food chang kfc you can now smell extra crispy but not look it. kentucky fried chicken is giving away free bottles of their new the restaurant even created a website where you can go to order your own bottle, but unfortunately, chris, it's already out of stock. >> bummer. i was really looking forward to smelling like fried chicken. >> the problem is what happens when i walk up to someone and lick their arm because they smell so good? >> you start chewing on their arm. >> i'll get arrested. this is not a good thing. >> oh my gosh that's interesting. my granddaughter said a few
6:15 am
here's what's going on this morning. i want to check out the pollen report. check out the allergens. we're right up in the high range. it's that time of the year. so people that suffer rag weed you're getting into that problem again this year as well. with the pollen range up in the high scone here -- zone here for the next several days with sagebrush and nettle included in that as well. how about the dry weather just goes on and on. we got the rain yesterday. a lot of it rain after and -- off and didn't p ground. we take every drop we can get. there are no more drops coming this week. we can put more of these brown squares all the way across for the rest of the week. so a good time to get outside work done. as far as the dry summer, this could end up being the driest summer on record. we are 500ths of an inch off from this 3.97 here. so we may be put in first place. but we have a few days left in august next week and we may get some rain around boston.
6:16 am
works out. but nothing through saturday or sunday. 49 for berlin. we have rye new hampshire, the junior high school there, 49. black middle schools is 49 degrees. mostly in the 50s in mitigate suburbs, cold pockets are down in the upper 40s. it's starting to rise and rise quickly as the sunshine doze goes to work. the humidity will ris won't notice it. the dew points will go in the 50s. and we have high temperatures there around 81, 82 degrees in many spots. a little cooler at south facing costal locations. we have some just nice weather coming up as high pressure really in control giving us dry 0 air -- giving us dry air. the flow around the high will continue to escort higher humidity our way the second half of the week.
6:17 am
fiona will die out. this is tropical storm gaston. it's going to be moving off -- moving off to the northwest. that's going to stayway out and go east of bermuda. but the other thing down in the gulf, down in the atlantic is going to be watched carefully this may have signs of developing here into a tropical storm possibly later this week or into next week. and that would be called hermean. the name of that mean. but right now let's look at the numbers. we go up to 90. thursday and friday -- boston will get a couple more days of 90 or higher. the weekend is looking good right now. so enjoy. brianna, come on in. >> 93 south is getting pretty busy as people make their way into boston this morning. let's take a live look at 93 south in summerville. traffic is starting further north up in andover. you're stop and go between exit
6:18 am
there. you'll hit more traffic in medford between mystic valley park way and the leverett connector. we're also watching an accident on 24 north and west bridgewater. it's blocking the left lane near exit 16. traffic is backed up two exits to exit fourth and that's also about a 15 minute delay. crews are still working to clear that overturned truck in foxboro on 495 north before exit 28. it is creating some delays. >> thank you a dcr park ranger arrest. raymond mccon none faces multiple charges now. prosecutors say he wanted to capture imagines and videos of unsuspecting workers using a staff bathroom at the pond bathhouse. police were tipped off by a female lifeguard who noticed what looked like a pen with a flashing light.
6:19 am
known to the commonwealth mostly lifeguards. genitals are clearly seen on those videos. in addition there is a video of the original who placed the camera adjusting the camera. >> mckinnon pleaded not guilty in court yesterday. they are disturbed by these allegations. all bets are on for the wynn casino in everett. yesterday summerville gave up its final fight to block the project over environmental concerns. the city's mayor says both sides have reached an agreement to ades wynne we reports is building the $2 billion complex. the casino is expected to open in june, 2019. general electric is open for business in boston. the governor and mayor paid a visit to the company's temporary office yesterday. the "boston globe" reports about 175 employees are working from the office in the city's four point neighborhood. ge expects that number to be around 800 by the time its new headquarters opens in 2018.
6:20 am
the building was evacuated around 11:00 yesterday morning after an alarm went off the state police say the alarm was triggered by an accident and there was nothing hazardous in the building. after about 20 minutes everyone was allowed back inside. ahead, wedding bells for a celtic star. >> -- plus ryan lochte dropped by his sponsors over his rio robbery claims. and there could be even more fallout. >> and ihop cutting the price on pancakes today.
6:21 am
massachusetts public charter schools are among the best in the country.
6:22 am
with more personal attention. we have a proven record of helping students in underperforming areas succeed. announcer: question 2 will expand charter school access and result in more funding for public education. every parent should be able to choose the public school that's best for their child. announcer: vote yes on question 2.
6:23 am
. new this morning the associated press wikileaks may have inadvertently leaked personal information of regular citizens including medical files belonging to sick kids, the
6:24 am
sex abuse. so far wikileaks founder has not responded to those allegations. ryan lochte has now lost all four major sponsors including raffle lauren and speedo. it cost him about $1 million. it comes after he gave misleading statements about a supposed rock ry in rio during the owe limb pibz. lochte has since apologized saying he overexaggerated the story. he's also expected to face some sort of punishment from usa swimming and the committee. stanford university is banning hard liquor at undergraduate parties on campus. the school says the new policy is effective immediately. they're not allowed at on-campus parties. officials hope the policy will change the culture around alcohol. you can now drive a else la without a long-term commitment. two-year leases are being
6:25 am
a down payment of just $7,000. the chris mckinnon telling us that's about a $21,000 investment. verizon is the clear winner. the study from root mechanical tricks looked at six categories including speed, day tashgs reasonable and text performance in all 50 states. and for the sixable straight year, verizon was number one. it could be the food packaging of the future. scientists have developed a packaging made f m will be up to 500 times better at protecting food from oxygen and you can eat it. they hope the new wrap will cut down on food waste. fighting childhood hunger in a delicious way from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. today ihop restaurants nationwide are offering a short stack of their pancakes for just a dollar. the 100% of the proceeds from the pancakes sold today will be donate to their share our
6:26 am
they hope to reach their goal of 1 million short stacks sold. thomas has something so celebrate before the season begins. thomas married his long time girlfriend over the weekend at the seattle museum in his home state of washington. many of the teammates were there include the mayor and former teammates. so congratulations to them. >> very cool. more to come in the next half hour. including a closer look at the new toll rate proposal in massachusetts. >> plus new recommendations when research you'll want it hear if your kids play football. it could lead to some changes at practice. >> and as we head to break, here are four things you might want to know as you head out the door
6:27 am
your daughter wants to stay organic. your husband wants to stay free from artificial ingredients. you want to stay free from artificial preservatives. fill your cart with small victories like stop & shop's nature's promise brand. great prices on over 800 items.
6:28 am
narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible
6:29 am
. breaking news right now at 6:30. police and k9 crews on the scene
6:30 am
investigation. >> and a warning for women in the south end after a sexual assault. there is a search underway for that suspect. >> new rates could take a toll on some massachusetts drivers. the proposed changes as electronic tolling takes over state highways. 0. good morning to you. thanks so much for joining us. >> it's still august out there. but bar like september is knocking on the door. >> closer and close. just around the corner here. but it feels like this morning, you're right, 47 degrees here in norwood and taunton and other scattered locations in the low spots are in the 40s too. so it was nice yesterday with all that wind blowing and the dry air coming in to open up the windows and let the fresh air blow through the house. it smelled so good and feels so good this morning with a clear
6:31 am
place from the mountaintop to the sea shore today, we're in good shape here, so we're starting out this morning with that sunshine. we have the sun rose about 31 minutes ago. and we're in the 50s for the most part. there's hardly any wind out there. it should be up to 77 during your lunch hour. topping out around 8280 to 82. my seven day forecast is coming your way shortly. traffic and >> we first told but that overturned truck in foxboro at 5:0024 morning. well it's still there. it's on 495 north before exit 28 and route 111. it's now creating back-up to exit 27. the right three lanes are blocked only the left lane is getting by. so we will let you know when that clears. and earlier accident on 24 north and west bridgewater has been cleared but it's tying things up from exit 14 to 16. that is 24 north and there is about a 15-minute delay there.
6:32 am
appreciate the update. breaking overnight one person rushed to the hospital after a shooting in dorchester. this happened just after 2:00 a.m. on norwell street. police and k9 units were searching the area overnight. the victim was taken to a hospital in boston. no word on their condition. a warning for women this morning. police are looking for a suspect in a sexual assault at a playground. >> anna miler is live in boston's sound end for us with a closer look at the investigation. anna. >> reporter: chris, police say a woman was walking right if this thisre when a man came up to her, said he had a knife and forced her to follow him. police say he was riding a blue bmx style bike at the time he approached her in the area of greenwich park. investigators say the suspect forced her to walk to the carter playground where he sexually assaulted her. he then took off toward davenport street and is still on the run. the incident is putting people in this neighborhood on edge.
6:33 am
i think it's so care ji -- kaye that you live in a neighborhood you think is safe and you can't walk through your neighborhood without feeling violated. >> reporter: police are now putting out a community alert for a man that is described as hispanic, 5'7", a medium build. he has it toos on his right arm and -- tattoos on his arm and hand. police are a information to give them a call and you can stay anonymous. reporting live from the south end, wbz this morning. >> thank you very much. driving up the cost of your commute, new e-tolls along the pike could take a toll on your wallet. some drivers could end up paying more. let's bring in brianna pitts. >> mark your calendars, the big switch happens october 28th.
6:34 am
able to pay cash. the goal is to ease congestion but the big change could cost you more. >> well i know they have this new thing over here, right? >> it's called a gantry. >> a gantry. >> reporter: more than a dozen metal gantries are being installed along the mass pike. they're part of the new all electronic no toll booth initiative. the gantries cal indicate your tolls using your tran responders. >> so we will not have to slow down? >> correct. >> like they have in colorado. >> correct dwl that will be >> reporter: your commute could be faster but new proposed rates must slow you down. from framingham to boston your toll will remain the same. from west continue to boston your rate will be 30 cents less. the but from west newton to downtown, each trip will cost you 70 cents more. >> it's not cheap. >> it's really going to add up for you. >> very much. not happy. >> reporter: for drivers without a tran responders. >> they will need to cover the cost it takes us to administer
6:35 am
>> reporter: cameras on the gantry will snap a picture of your plate and the d.o.t. will mail you a bill. >> the new rates aren't locked in just yet. there will be seven public meetings in september. then transportation leaders will vote in october. mass d.o.t. is encouraging all drivers to get a easy pass. for more information on where you can get one and more information, just check out our website. chris. >> great information. thank you very much. police believe the driver who hit and killed a woman in a lowell saw her. the pick-up driver was back up at the school on adams street yesterday morn when -- morning when he hit 70-year-old claudia norman. police are still investigating. it's been just over 24 hours since a tornado hit concord and there's still plenty of cleaning up to do there. meanwhile a worker is recovering this morning after debris from a wood chipper hit him in the face. the tornado damaged dozens of
6:36 am
power this morning. nicole jacobs is live with a closer look at that clean up. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, kate. now that the sun is up, you can really see just how much work crews were able to get done yesterday. sure there's still a lot of clean-up to be done, but they got a lot done. if you take a look again down the street here, you can see officers are still in the area manning it, making sure that the area is safe here. i do want to get you a closer look to thees left behind yesterday. you can see downed trees and power lines. 39 homes were damaged, only one structurally. but miraculously, no one, no residents here were injured. the national weather service says twisting winds toppled these trees in a way that made it very clear it was, in fact, a tornado. a surprising determination for residents who are simply grateful. >> i'm amazed because look at my house. it's standing. and there are limbs if you
6:37 am
you can't see the backyard. >> reporter: still again, no injuries to residents. there was a worker who was injured, minorly with regards to the clean-up process. but no injuries given all of the trees down, all of the destruction here is certainly a miracle for concord. we're live in concord this morning, nicole jacobs, wbz this morning. >> nicole, thank you very much for the update there. the wait continues for a proposed muslim cemetery in according to the "boston globe" the board once again deferred action at their meeting last night putting off any decision obtain the -- decision on the project. the issue will likely return to the selectmen's agenda next month. 2-year-old girl pulled from a pool over the weekend is improving this weekend. officials say they are condition has gotten better but she still is in the hospital. a 3-year-old boy pulled that that same boy remains in
6:38 am
the kids got into the water. the the two women hit by a party bus earl he -- early sunday morn actually fell out of an emergency window on that bus. that's according to the limo company's owners. the bus ran over one of the women, killing her. the company telling us they don't know how that window opened. a federal judge says the victims of a meningitis outbreak traced to i aframingham company won't be allowed to speak when one of the owners is sentenced. the majority o compounding center and her husband pleaded guilty earlier this month to withdrawing tens of thousands of dollars to avoid federal detection. but they were not charged with making the tainted drugs so the judge says, statements from the victims would not be appropriate in the hearing. 64 people died in the outbreak. more than 750 others got sick. a warning in rhode island this morning. the u.s. marshal service is telling residents to be aware of jury duty scams.
6:39 am
fines for missing jury duty. they say the callers claim to be u.s. marshals or law enforcement officials and threaten to arrest people. the marshal service says it never asks people to pay fines over the phone. students in miami returned to school in 90 degree weather wearing long pants and sleeves. students were told to dress that way because of concerns about the zika virus. two public schools are in the square miles. health officials also expect it to show up in texas and louisiana soon. in today's health watch when it comes to head injuries, practice may be more dangerous than games. researchers who followed the football season of players ages 9 to 11 found 70% of high magnitude head impacts occurred during practice. the researchers recommend that coaches reduce time spent on
6:40 am
chances of head injuries. and new recommendations about how much sugar kids should be having every day. the american heart association says that children ages 2 to 18 should be eating or drinking less than 25 grams of added sugars every day. that's only about six tea spoons. easting too much sugar, added sugar in childhood is linked to an increase risk of obesity and high blood pressure. just ahead, a check of the day's top stories including the search for a brady jersey is accused of doing. >> and president obama gets back to work today. he's hitting the road to get a closer look at the flood damage in louisiana. barry, good morning. >> good morning, chris. and hi, everybody. we're keeping an eye on the tropics. see if think -- any of these systems may affect the united states. not for a while. we'll have lots of sunshine here. today it's going to be a beautiful day. my fast is just a foo you
6:42 am
6:43 am
. the big names in music coming to boston for a free show at the hat show. >> our sister station just announced their line-up. this year the show will feature shaggy, ingreed michael son and one republic. the gates open at 11:00. you can head to our website for more details. i just have to decide whether i
6:44 am
>> railroad yirj day at mix fest and shaggy will sing to you. >> that's a great idea. >> yeah, i know. so hopefully barry the weather will be great on september 17th which is mix fest/chris mccon none's birthday celebration. >> not too shabby -- i mean shaggy. nothing like that. it should be okay. looking forward to seeing one republic too. fantastic mix fest coming up. we'll take a look at the numbers what's happening here. from our wbz weather watchers in westbrook field we have steve who says it's 42. that's a low spot. kevin came in with 44. jennifer in methuen has 49. john in hanover, wow, 49 degrees there there this morning. in boston, it's not of course that cool in the urban center, the airport is 61. northwest breeze. we have a dew point of 49 degrees.
6:45 am
going up so 69 by 9:00. 11:00 you have 74. right around 76, 77 during the lunch hour. 3:00, 81. sunshine across the board everywhere from the mountain tops to the sea shore. you have a fantastic day coming up. you see these numbers right now, 40s and 50s for the most part. dew points in the 40s. staying that way all day long. maybe flirting with 50 by -- every now and then. tomorrow it goes to even and mid-50s. that's still considered nice dry air. south facing costal spots should be notice upper 70s. and that's looking good. the big one is in control it's going to sink to the south and the clockwise flow will bring the higher humidity right back at us. so nothing going on this week. but a lot going on in the tropics. fiona is going to fall apart and disappear. this area that's going to be investigated here today and be watched closely that's a tropical wave could become tropical storm hermean later
6:46 am
according to plan right now. it looks like it will become a favorable position. gaston is going to become a hurricane fortunately staying way out in the atlantic only affecting the shipping lanes. you see the disturbance down in the tropical wave there. that's when it comes up into the -- through the caribbean and toward the bahamas. so we have to watch out on the eastern seaboard and see what happens to that. we'll be watching that for you. gh not quite as cool tonight. lower 60s around boston or so. tomorrow's high, nudging 90 again in areas northwest of bovrts. 80s elsewhere. maybe 77 in nantucket. water temperatures may be a little lower along the coast thanks to the fact we had an offshore wind yesterday. the water may be a little cooler today in some beaches than it was yesterday. especially east-facing beaches.
6:47 am
showers and thunderstorms late thursday. this slight chance of one to new england on friday. but over all nothing is going to happen here until next monday. so if you're on vacation, you got it -- got it made. >> take another look at the expressway before you get in your car this morning. traffic is really crawling in the northbound lanes by the gas tank. back-up begins though way before the split on route three north in braintree and also on 128 south. you are bumper to bumper all the way up exit. your drive time from the split is now approaching 40 minutes. there's still that overturned truck on 495 north just before exit 28. we will let you know what that clears. chris and kate. >> thank you. breaking yote night, one person rushed to the hospital after a shooting. it happened just after 2:00 a.m. on norwell street. police and k9 units were searching the area overnight. the victim was taken to a boston hospital.
6:48 am
top stories this morning. boston police are looking for a suspect in a sexual assault in the south end. >> investigators say the man was on a blue bmx-style bicycle monday morning when he approached a woman near greenwich park. the victim says he told her he had a knife, then forced her to walk to the carter playground where he sexually assaulted her. anyone with information is asked to call police. >> clean-up will continue today after a tornado touched down in of destruction about 400 yards wide and a half a mile long. 39 homes were damaged, crews are working to clean up the downed trees and power lines. a tree worker was injured during the clean-up yesterday when debris shot out of a wood chipper. president obama heads to louisiana today to tour flood damage there. the president took some heat for staying on vacation on the vineyard and not visiting baton rouge soonory. 13 people have -- sooner.
6:49 am
than 60,000 homes damaged. the president will try to reassure people that recovery is a priority. police are looking for a man they say stole an autographed patriots helmet from a restaurant two weeks ago. he was wearing a tom brady jersey when he hopped over the bar and grabbed that helmet. he walked out on his tab. the thief apparently even called the next day to confess, saying he would ship the helmet back. but it has not been returned as ever yet. still to come, where's brady. >> it's the big question at training camp. what bill belichick is saying. >> red sox rookie reeling in the catch of the day. we have the highlights coming up
6:50 am
ticks are out in mass. so check yourself, your kids, and your pets anytime you've been outdoors. check everywhere -- in your hair, under your arms, and between your toes. use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick close to the skin. use firm, even pressure pulling straight up, without twisting or turning. then clean the bite area and your hands with soap and water. some tick bites can make you sick. so if you start to feel ill or notice a rash near the bite, call your doctor. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. and when i take the plate for new hampshire... i'm up against a political machine that plays dirty --
6:51 am
because new hampshire deserves better. that's why i'm batting for good-paying jobs, to protect social security and medicare... ...and help families pay for college... i approved this message because no matter what they're throwing at me...
6:52 am
the red sox begins a series in pampa bay. the great pitching performance overshadowed an even better play. an amazing catch by benintendi. he robs the two-run home run. sox crews to an -- cruise to an easy victory beating tampa. the blue jays were off last night so the sox pull into a tie
6:53 am
inch to the patriots now. jimmy gra respect loy got plenty of first team reps -- garoppolo got plenty of first team reps. brady wasn't with the team on sunday, too. espn boston's mike reese tried to get some clarity on brady's situation from coach bill belichick. >> there's a report that tom has been excused for today and yesterday for noninjury. can you confirm that? >> i don't want comment on the personal sti third preseason game on friday starting with patriots game day at 7:00. pats and panthers kick off at 7:30. it is all right here. well, did the dallas cow wes steal a slogan. >> the cowboys just showed off their $1.2 billion practice facility. espn reporter tweeted out this picture. the words do your job on the wall right there, right above a clock.
6:54 am
the pats have that slogan trademarked. cowboys have since taken down the message. >> yeah. take it town. not yours. >> it's ours. >> exactly. 6:54 now. time for a closer look what's coming up at 7:00 this morning on cbs this morning. >> let's check in why nora o'donnell. >> reporter: ahead on cbs this morning. new fallout from the discovery of nearly 15,000 more e-mail. we'll take a look at how clinton's trump's level of compare sy compares to previous nominees. we hit the highway in a self-driving semi truck. the news is back in the morning.
6:55 am
6:56 am
narrator: let's put this ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible
6:57 am
. a dog owner kept all night after his hunting dog got stuck pipe. he trains belle in the woods a few nights a week, but sunday night she got stuck with no way out the so her owner used a gps tracker in her collar. but police and firefighters said they couldn't reach her until daybreak so it was early yesterday morning that he cut a piece of pipe and belle crowd out. >> when she came out, she looked like a woodchuck coming out of the pipe. the tail was going.
6:58 am
>> belle tried, tired, but she's doing okay. >> she's very tired. and she's real scared of some tight spaces. but that dog can sleep the rest of her life. >> dogs don't like to walk back wards. >> the show has gone to the dogs this morning. >> it has. >> it's a beautiful week, though. >> but we're barking about some beautiful weather. >> cbs this morning is coming up
6:59 am
14 unforgettable flavors of delicious, premium ice cream. so good, it's hard to believe they're real. ? bobby. you're doing it again.
7:00 am
? good morning, it is tuesday, august 23rd. 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." hillary clinton tries to use late night humor to answer questions about the fbi's discovery of nea unreported e-mails. and donald trump stopped talking about a mass deportation of undocumented immigrants. and uber charts a new road to the future with self-driving semi trucks. only on "cbs this morning." we'll see how the big rig handles a busy highway. and an historic recommendation to shut sugar from kids' diets. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on