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asking for shoes in assisted of presents. this is the first time he asked for help on his big day in his hometown. so far his campaign called perfect gunners runners and they donated 600 pairs of shoes. >> i got shoes every year, new shoes for schools, nice ones for school. i like other kids to get them
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it makes me feel better for the other kids because they are getting new shoes for the new school year. >> good job, guner. he is hoping to collect more shoes before school starts. his donation bins will day out for ad week. ed: and now to tennessee. this is a trick shot they don't want to miss. drew is that guy there. he is the head basketball coach of an academy in nashville. look at this. right off the edge of the hotel and the ball goes -- shot is 23 feet. in nashville, tennessee that was 250 feet. >> unbelievable. jc and ben are standing by. >> now on newscenter 5. jc: a jogger found dead and her death was no accident. reporter: what relearned of the injuries of the -- what we learned of the injuries of the woman investigation tig family. harvey: the next chance of significant rainfall.
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a glitch takes out the whole airline. the struggle for passengers trying to get out of logan. >> cell phone hijacked. the way thieves are taking over your entire account. >> from boston's news leader this is wcvb news sen -- newscenter 5 at 5:00. jc: investigators are searching for a killer in the brutal murder of a young jogger. >> the 27-year-old woman was found naked with burns to her body and should be concerned. let's start with julie mcdonald who is live in princeton. julie? reporter: that's right. jc and ben, i am told the massachusetts state police k9 unit found the body 400 yards from this street. and it was only half a mile from where her run was supposed to begin and end. vanessa grew up i lemonstir and moved to new york and was visiting her mom a few days.
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reporter: the quiet community of princeton is on edge after a young jogger was townd -- found dead on sunday evening. a source close to the investigation say vanessa was found any -- naked with burn marks to her head, hands and feet. >> what they found lead them to agent that yes it was a homicide investigation. reporter: she was out for a run at 1:00 on sunday afternoon. she was living in new york city, but visiting her mother. >> she was found about the body was found one half mile from her mother's home in a wooded area. reporter: no one has been arrested and police would not release any information about possible suspects. >> we are concerned about the safety of our town residents and the visitors that enter our town. we ask people to pay attention to the surroundings. reporter: state police have not left either end of brooke station road as investigators continue their search for evidence. all the while, people who live here are waiting for answers that might make them feel
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in and out of our house all day and doors are unlocked often. not anymore. reporter: now although vanessa's body was found 8:20 p.m. last night, the district attorney told us that the time line -- the investigation is focused on the time line between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. what cars and people were seen in the wooded area in broad daylight. as of noontime today the district attorney's office said an information. live in princeton, julie mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5. jc: julie, thank you. rhondella richardson has more on our victim. reporter: yes. vanessa was here to visit her mother and aunt. they live together in princeton. her employer at google said she shared her smile and her love of boston sports. the murder saddened everyone.
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2011 graduate of boston university was known for running and volunteering. her murder was yesterday afternoon while jogging in princeton and has shook the town at its core. >> it is a small town and i feel like right now her family is our family. >> reporter: the specialty bakery shop has police in and out as they canvas for information as residents stop for more information. >> this is >> and now do you think twice about walks or where go? >> i am bringing my dog. >> it is horrifying because princeton is a lovely, quiet town. for this to happen we are all really shocked and disturbed. >> it is very disturbing. they didn't just find her body, but it was burned or something like that. that's vicious. reporter: she lived in new york city where she worked as an account manager for google for the last year and a half.
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deaf -- and devastating. reporter: she attended school in worcester. that was her high school. she was living out here dream. at bu she wanted a job that helped her become internet savy. she was doing just that and graduated bu with honors in communication. wcvb newscenter 5. >> thank you. a man is dead after a fire swept through his home early this morning of the robert rp apartment just before daybreak. he was pronounced dead at the scene. nay pours say they tried -- neighbors tried to warn him by banging on his door and he never answered. the fire does not look suspicious. new at 5:00, police are investigating the theft of a cruiser. they say the cruiser was stolen from a maintenance facility in south boston. it was later recovered abandoned in somerville. no firearms or any other
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how it got there is asked to call state police. jc: looking at the boston skyline, sunny, dry and a great way to start the week. as always, got to keep an eye on the sky. severe weather possibly, but down the road. harvey: yes, definately not tomorrow. it is another great day for us to enjoy. these are the current temperatures. logan airport at 78. hyannis 79 and all with sea breezes helping out. well into the 80s across the interior. we want we are in the refreshing or pleasant range across the area. just a little teeny, weeny bit sticky. it will be fairly comfortable with mainly clear skies. overnight, a beautiful evening to be outside and fairly decent for sleeping. tomorrow's temperatures sea breeze again coast and maybe approaching 90 over the interior. no real moisture close by, but it will change by wednesday.
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how the temperature and the humidity will be part of our lives again. ben? welcome back commitment 2016. donald trump is laying out his economic plan for the country. the speech was interrupted by protesters several times. they forced trump to stop speaking more than a dozen times. >> almost 40% -- reporter: throughout donald trump's economic poly demonstrators stood up and yelled interest -- interruptiing hem several times. in detroit he revealed his plan. 12, 25 and 33% and a corp preks tax rate of 15%. >> when we reform our tax, trade, energy and regulatory policies, we will open a new chapter in american
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for yum on new agency regular -- regulations and vowing to renegotiate trade deals. >> his solution is to renegotiate nafta. i'm sorry. that horse is out of the barn. the factories have moved to mexico and they are not moving back. reporter: robert scott, the senior economist and said while they accurately described how trade policies have hurt working people he is not proposing viable solutions and the tax breaks will echoed by hillary clinton. >> his tax plan will give super big tabs break --ax to las and the wealthy. reporter: clinton gives a speech also in detroit. >> hillary clinton as you saw talking economics. sea visited a local brewery where sea spoke about plans to
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it will be the biggest job program since world war two. she has two more events planned tonight and tomorrow morning. >> hundreds of flights canceled and thousands more delayed because of a worldwide outage. the computer crash impacting passengers leaving logan as you can imagine. we go live to the airport. sean? >> delta canceled more than 450 flights. here at logan only a handful are canceled, but a likely facing big delays. >> when this family walked in they thought they were one of the lucky ones. the call said their trip to kansas was still on. >> they called me and i confirmed the -- that there was a connection trip and they confirmed it. >> they quickly learned they too are delayed. how long, they don't know. no explanation on the sign board. most flights just say scheduled so they are back in line like the rest of the travelers and many unsure what
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flights. >> i feel bad for the people standing in line because their flights are most likely canceled. who knows what will happen with them and if they will get out today at all. >> delta ceo issue a video apology on twitter jievment i apologize for the challenges it created and the delta team is working very hard to restore and get these systems back as quickly as possible. >> from the operations in customer center he promised crews are working around the clock to restore service after a power outage at for days. >> you can now check your flight status on your phone and on delta says that those systems are now working. live at logan international airport, wcvb newscenter 5. jc: tragedy at the tallest water slide in kansas. >> a boy died at the attraction. the investigation into what went wrong.
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arrested for taking a homemade clock to school. the legal action they are taking. >> and call it one pricey mishap. the fender bender that will
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jc: and pakistani millitants have claimed responsibility for a suicide attack at a hospital that killed dozens of people. the taliban group say it it killed the president of a local bar association and then targeted mourners at the hospital. this is the worst suicide bombing in that country in two years. at least 70 were killed and more than 90 others injured. >> it is a search for answers after a little boy died at the world's tallest water supplied. this is in kansas city. the park is not releasing but a full investigation is underway. a popular water park in kansas city evacuated and shutdown after a 10-year-old boy died while riding the world's tallest water slide. the boy's father scott shaw -- scwabb since the day caleb was born he brought joy to our family. we are comforted he believed in our lord gee sis and they
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>> the harness on the front of the car on the slide was not working all day long. >> park officials are not answering questions about what could have gone wrong, but they explained all rides at the park are inspected daily. >> and our rides are inspected by an outside party. is it the ride's name is german for "insane" it is taller than the statue of liberty and drops 17 stories in this tragedy is a first for the ride, but two years ago the ride's opening was delayed three times after video of these early safety checks showed sandbag dummies flying off prompting changes including had aing seatbelts and safety netting. when the ride eventually opened the sliders had to be 14 years old. that has since changed. >> the question really is is the ride safe? if there are changes that need
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>> because safety is a priority the ride will remain closed indefinitely pending the investigation. jc: the family of the boy who was arrested after bringing a homemade clock to school was arrested. they claim they allegedly violated the 14-year-old boy's civil rights. the boy was arrested last september and charged with bringing a fake bomb to school. the school officials dropped the charge, but the teen was still suspended. the famy spectacular out there and yesterday and today. i mean, really, for august, really nice weather. harvey: should we try for one more? >> how about five more? harvey: it can't be done, not this time around, ben. but it has been great out there and it still is. looking at city cam you can see how nice it is. the air a pretty dry by the summertime standards.
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logan airport. the sea breeze is 13 miles per hour. i can see the shoreline from beverly to boston and plymouth and hyannis, all-around just under or over 80 degrees. nice stuff. 89 right now in hartford. tomorrow's temperatures are similar to today. might be up a degree or two, particularly over the an anterior. it feels pretty comfortable chances are to many of you by summertime standards. it is pretty warm. that's because the dew points are low e refreshing or pleasant to most of us. until we get near the south coast it is a little muggy, but this will change. when we widen out and you can see these colors, that's representing the uncomfortable and oppressive air and that will start to work in our direction as early as wednesday. once it gets here it could be here for a period of time. so enjoy the relative comfort while we have it.
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region. it is going to be a great night, fairly comfortable. it could get down to 51. boston about 66 and urban center retains the heat of the day much more on the type of night we will have. clear and still with dry air. tomorrow, yes, it could touch 90 degrees and up toward milford, new hampshire, shirley, mass and 80s common from lawrence to lowell. notice with the sea breeze expected tomorrow, rock port is considerably cooler and boston at least at loganai and then we take to you worcester county 85 to 90 degrees. away from the shoreline. away from the shoreline south of boston like attleborough is 89. right along the shore it is 81. cape cod you have another winner of a day tomorrow. the high temperature is right around 80 degrees. it is just below the islands and just above the cape cod canal. the temperature is pretty nice
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bay. it is pretty nice. i was on vacation a little bit. 70s off the coast of cape anne. 80, 84 before the sea breeze takes hold and drops it back. the winds are light and the high tide is late afternoon. that's good stuff. this moisture stays south. eventually as we lose high pressure before we get the real heat in here, we will have higher humidity on wednesday and disturbance should give us some wet weather. the question is how much wet all pans out. tomorrow is another sunny day and as we get to wednesday that's when the clouds come in and at least some showers in the area. it is very challenging seeing it be widespread. it never works out that way and we have to wait to see this time around. i can tell you after that, boy is the stage set for heat and humidity around here. check it out. looks like it will be 90 or higher and that's from thursday on with the higher humidity.
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cannot be ruled out. ben and jc? >> a personal reference on the water temperature from harvey. jc: president isn't that nice some. >> team usa is leading the medal count in rio. jc: up next we check in on the latest action from field hockey in the olympics. >> and what age should we start to worry about cholesterol? jc: did you notice the red spots seen on several olympic athletes? how can you miss we explain exactly what they
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rio 20 16. >> some of the best athletes in american sports are in
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>> michael phelps got back in the pool 14 hours after winning his first medal of the reree crow -- rio olympics. the best swimmer in history was less than happy saying he was sore from last night's relay. a breakout star was back in the medal hunt. the 19-year-old qualifying the 200 meter freestyle. frank lynn, the breakout star of the london games makes her rio debut. the begins their efforts to win the elusive team medal. they are battling power houses to win a spot on the podium. the first u.s. woman to compete took part in the sabre event and made it to the round of 16 before losing there. action is picking up on the diving platforms. david hopes to win in the synchronized platforms. and the women's basketball team showed dominance beating
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rowing got back underway after rough weather canceled competition. the u.s. team of eight was in the front of the crowd. jim ryan, abc news, rio de janeiro. >> alley is hoping to bring home one more olympic medal. jc: just like in london four years ago her parents have become a viral sensation. take a look. th is why. thisy are very stressed during her bar routine and they can't get enough of the nervous reactions as their daughter performed. >> i would be nervous too. jc: i would have my hands in front of my eyes. she made the all-around and the team competes in the all around final tomorrow. >> i love how they sit further away. jc: they do. i can only imagine. >> next on newscenter 5 at
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diverting a flight pvment. >> and a person killed playing pokemon go on the west coast. stay with us at pat randazzo: when i see those false ads attackini wonder...medicare, they think that we're stupid? we know kelly. walter kolodziej: kelly has always done the right thing for seniors here in new hampshire - she has an impeccable record. mary griffin: we need to work across the aisle-which she does. mimi kolodziej: she's fighting for seniors
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investigators are calling the death of a woman in princeton a homicide. vanessa was last seen leaving her family's home for a run on yesterday afternoon. sources tell us her body was found naked and burned half a mile away. jc: delta is trying to get back on track after a major outage. they were stranded after a power outage at a facility in atlanta. >> donald trump has a plan to boost jobs and cut t rates and simplify the tax code. jc: harvey leonard joins us now. harvey: what a guy. it was a great day. you are so right about it. you have another one in case you couldn't enjoy today. if you were at the beach or along the coast, those are sea breezes. inland areas, a light land breeze. quite a bit warmer, but all of us were in fairly comfortable
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boston 78 and bedford 86. away from the coast, warmer and right along the shore. a cooler situation on the cape where it has been an outstanding day. these are the low temperatures tonight. tomorrow it is very similar to today. expecting a sea breeze again. that means the shoreline is right around 80 degrees, but it could be approaching 90 back away from the coast. now there is no moisture nearby. that will change on wednesday. we havo humidity to say the least. all of that is coming up. >> a lowell native is dead, shot in the back while playing pokemon go at a tourist attraction in san francisco. newscenter 5's reid lamberty is live in lowell with this story. reid? reporter: bin ben, police remain puzzled as to what triggered this violent and senseless murder 3,000 miles away. the victim was a 20-year-old kid from lowell. a lowell city baseball


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