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pleasant conditions right around 80 degrees. we have got dry weather tomorrow, a little bit warmer at 86, and then we see the humidity come up a bit on thursday. we will check traffic at the eyeopener continues this tuesday morning. >> emily: a fixes all at a boston playground. randy: an aspiring none robbed in quincy. what happened when she did not have money. emily: a park ranger accused of spying on women. the telltale sign, a camera in the bathroom. it's on the eye for this tuesday morning. >> you are watching wcvb, boston's news leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. randy: also on the eye, stop and smell the sunscreen. giving new meaning to the term baking in the sun. it's ahead on the eye-opener. good morning to you.
it's calm, cool. mike: and what a difference from 24 hours ago. an amazing turnaround. we could put any picture up here because there is nothing going on. the only reason you know it is moving is that clock on the top. otherwise, no clouds to show. the sky is clearing out, a calm wind, and it chills out. the rainmaker we have is way over in the be that way all day. boston is still 61 degrees, and it's not just a few spots, it's through orange and springfield, temperatures into the mid-40's in some spots, and then we have the pocket that develops down through taunton. you will see the temperatures, 47 degrees. we'll see temperatures into the 50's. it's a cool start, refreshing,
tomorrow will be refreshing in the morning before we warm up. no clouds to speak up today, lots of sunshine. here is one thing else, the sunrise this morning, we keep losing about two and a half minutes every day. lots of sunshine today but there is the threat of thunderstorms on friday. more on the timeline, coming up. olessa: thank you. a f we are watching one issue of the door, watch out for the delays on 495. first, a live look at the expressway. here's a check of the south they model, everyone getting by without problems. the accident involves an overturned truck, if you are heading northbound on 495. one lane is shut down, and i will keep you posted and let you know when it clears. other than that, overnight roadwork.
boston are making your way south. last construction zones on 128. trains and buses on schedule. randy: breaking overnight, a delivery person is hurt after a shooting in boston. this was norwell street in dorchester, the extent of her injuries is unclear. no word on any arrests. police are searching for the man who dragged a playground and attacked her. emily: sera congi is live with what we have learned overnight. sera: sera police say he was ona blue bmx bicycle and he told the victim he had a knife. this all started on the south end of greenwich park and clarence street around 1:00 monday. a.m. the man forced the woman to walk to the carter playground where she was sexually assaulted. he ran towards davenport st.
hispanic, late 20's to mid 30's with brown cropped hair. he had tattoos on his right arm and right hand. boston police are urging anyone with information to come forward. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: new this morning, prosecutors are calling for severe restrictions for the state trooper accused of raping and assaulting his former girlfriend. robert sundberg allegedly boasted about his gps moning anklet and threatened to quote bury the victim who is also a state trooper at the concord state police barracks. he was released on bail after pleading not guilty to 14 counts of abuse. randy: right now there is still cleaning up to be done in concord after a tornado ripped through a section of that community. mike, this morning we are getting a closer look at some of that damage.
tornado warning, and when that storm struck yesterday morning, we ran upstairs to check on guest. the building was hit so hard that firefighters with atvs and chainsaws had to cut through debris to free some of them. >> everyone is ok. the lights were out and alarms were going off, it was scary. we had about 15 trees down but not too much damage to the it has been here for 150 years. mike: in all, 39 homes were damaged when the ef1 tornado cut a half mile swath through concord. fortunately, no one was hurt. i'll take a look at the changes on the way in our forecast, just ahead. randy: governor baker is pledging to help people in concord clean up. he toured the damage yesterday afternoon. another area hit hard by stormy weather, marlborough. the force of the wind so strong this massive storage shed was pushed back more than 50 feet.
>> split the lock open. the win snapped it and straightened it out. randy: in other parts of town large trees fell on power lines, ripping them down. at the height of the storm more than 3,000 people lost electricity. emily: today president obama heads to louisiana to tour the areas hardest hit by historic flooding in that region. parts of baton rouge saw as much as 2-feet of rain in just two days swamping homes and flooding entire neighborhoods. 13 people died in the flooding. about 60,000 buildings were damaged. so far, more than 100,000 people have applied for federal assistance. commitment 2016, hillary clinton taking to late night tv to talk about her health. the eyeopener's erika tarantal is tracking new developments from the campaign trail. erika: and the democrat has one word for claims that she's physically unfit for the white house.
on the one hand it is part of the strategy -- say all these crazy things and maybe you can get some people to believe you. on the other hand, it makes no sense. erika: surrogates from donald trump like rudy guiliani have questioned clinton's health recently, saying she looked tired. meantime, the republican candidate himself turned to immigration last night despite postponing a speech on that topic set for later this week. venting, remember. extreme vetting. we want people in our country, that have the ability to love us and respect us. erika: trump is in texas today. hillary clinton is off the campaign trail but her running mate, tim kaine, will introduce a new plan on tax cuts for small businesses at an event in colorado. emily? emily: the state department is looking into 15,000 emails from
fbi investigation. the department says the communications contain both personal and work-related material. a conservative legal group wants the emails released. earlier this summer, the justice department accepted the fbi recommendation not to press criminal charges against clinton. randy: with restoration work underway in the massachusetts senate chamber, state senators will be doing business in another part of the historic building. when the new term begins in january, senators will be meeting in the gardner room at the state house. serious deterioration in the senate chamber is being corrected. new this morning, the new head of the embattled boston latin school is spelling out plans to address concerns in the classroom. an investigation found school leaders failed to address six complaints about racial incidents forcing the headmaster to resign. returning long time headmaster michael contompasis says teachers will undergo targeting
emily: police now say some of the animals found dead on a westport farm died of starvation. more than 1,000 animals were taken from the site earlier this month many of them dead, injured and mistreated. investigators are pouring over evidence found at the farm including 17,000 photos. no one has been charged. right now police are investigating after an 70-year-old lowell woman is struck and killed by p truck in a school parking lot. it happened just before 11:30 yesterday morning at the murkland school. police now identifying the victim as claudia normandin. they say the driver was pulling out of a parking space when the woman was struck. the driver stayed at the scene and is working with investigators. randy: this morning two people are facing charges accused of robbing a woman studying to be a nun robbing her of her rosary beads. the beads were in a small bag the thieves thought was a wallet. vanessa young and her partner
a small knife on the 26-year-old victim who wants to become a nun. just down the street from the >> maybe they did have some seed of faith and then, and maybe a touch something in them because as soon as they saw the rosary they put the knife away. randy: just down the street from the robbery the same women are accused of a house break in. police did recover 6 cell phones, cash and a stolen checkbook there. emily: new details on those electronic tolls opening on the pike. how much they'll cost, and the drivers being forced to pay more. a camera, hidden in a women's bathroom. the decoy making it hard to find, until someone noticed a key give-away. randy: new this morning, save money on international travel. simple ways the whole family spend less on vacation. mike? mike: cooler and more comfortable today. how long the fall feel will
mike: temperatures in some spots are into the 40's. but what about that sunrise? sunrise this morning, 6:00 a.m. around 5:30. we are losing daylight every day . outside this morning it is on the cool side, with lots of sunshine as high pressure falls. heat and humidity come back in. then we are also tracking the possibilities of thunderstorms on friday. emily: ryan lochte is taking a major hit in the wallet, from his drunken run-in at a rio gas station. all four of his corporate
speedo, ralph lauren, gentle hair removal, and mattress maker airweave all say lochte is out. lochte admits he embellished about being robbed at gunpoint while at the olympics earlier this month. the red sox bounce back on the road in saint pete. david price commanding the mound last night against the rays. he went 8 innings with 8 strike-outs giving up just two hits and no runs. but the real play of the night came from rookie outfielder andrew benintendi. out that catch. sox win 6-2. randy: time for your tuesday eyepoppers. olessa this first one is a family affair. olessa: a furry family affair. a new hampshire woman looked out her back window and saw a family of black bears hanging out this weekend. climbing trees, hanging from the family rope swing just having a
of course, mom was all business checking the garbage can for snacks. then away they went. and how about this. four words, fried chicken scented sunscreen. why? we don't know. kfc thought it was a good idea to promote their extra crispy chicken. the faux product sold out in just hours. emily: a smash, in more ways than one. the unpleasant way a baseball player learned just how hard he hit a grand slam. and a common mistake could be killing your phone battery. the habit to break, to make your phone last longer. take a live look at the expressway, is moving along
and a gorgeous sunrise this morning, look at the sky. it's on the chilly side, so take a light jacket as you head out the door. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
bus to. why the family says you don't know the whole story. erika: hillary clinton on late-night. the one the she used to describe questions about her health. emily: a guy walks into a bar and walks out with the unique patriots flag. now police need your help. on the eye. >> you are watching wcvb, boston's is leader. good morning. this is newscenter 5's eyeopener. randy: 5:30 tuesday morning as sunrise. it is now brightening up across the waterfront. good morning, i'm randy price. emily: and i'm emily riemer with olessa and mike in for cindy. it looks great, feels pretty good. mike: it has the field will
it's a little nut on the cool side this morning, but overall he refreshing day. yesterday we had those thunderstorms and tornadoes -- 24 hours ago, we were dealing with sunshine. high pressure in control of the entire east coast at this point and that is why the weather will be very calm -- today and tomorrow, view the full. humidity will come up toward the end of the week and check out the several locations are now, boston at 61 degrees with the normal high as 79. sunset tonight is also getting earlier, 7:32. today will be sunny and comfortable, 78, a westerly breeze. southwest this afternoon, coming out of the east near the shoreline with a little bit of the sea breeze -- otherwise high
away from the coast and into the 80's. i hope the traffic behaves because we could see great weather. olessa: for the most part the roads are in pretty good shape -- there's a live look by the expressway, picking up rush-hour delays. we are watching one problem spot of overturned trucks. expect a little bit of extra volume that way but besides that we are fine. methuen, and a problem free start as you head into boston and make your way south. the expressway is building delays, braintree and boston. emily: we're following breaking news right now on the eye. randy: the eye's erika tarantal is tracking new information as it comes in. erika: that breaking news coming from dorchester. a delivery person is shot on norwell street early this morning. details are still coming in. we know the victim was taken to an area hospital but his condition is not clear.
woman is sexually assaulted at knifepoint. the suspect rode up on a bike on claremont street early yesterday morning and forced the victim to the carter playground where she was attacked. and right now president obama is getting ready to head to louisiana. he'll tour storm damage after historic flooding in the baton rouge area. emily, randy? emily: right now, we're learning new details about a deadly accident involving a party bus in east boston. randy: the eye's doug meehan is there this morning with what the victim's family is now saying. it's still unclear exactly what led to two women falling out of the party bus. but one of the victim's families is now questioning the company's story. the family says 27-year-old tracy paniagua, who fell into the window early sunday morning, and it popped open, dumping her and another woman onto the street. but the bus company says the women were likely trying to open it because it requires significant pressure.
opening the window for air. paniagua's family just wants answers. collects her mom wants to get the man arrested. she lived her life to the fullest. doug: police say it now appears a second car may have run the women over. but they stress the investigation is still in the early stages. live in east boston, doug meehan, wcvb newscenter 5. emily: right now, police want you to take a l with an impressive piece of patriots memorabilia. a brazen crime with an even more surprising twist. watch again. foxborough police say this guy came into skipjacks in foxborough during the pats preseason game against the saints earlier this month. he was served a beer and some apps. then he helped himself to something else. >> he jumped over the bar after
jumped back over the bar, put the helmet on the chair, stayed calm, took his jersey off, covered the helmet with it, and casually walked out. emily: that helmet was signed by the entire team. stranger still the restaurant manager says the suspect called the next day, admitted his crime and said he'd fedex the helmet back to them, because he felt bad. they're still waiting. randy: right now a worcester man is behind bars charged with shooting and killing his neighbor. it happened on hamilton street last night. police say 42-year-old jacinto maldonado was lying on the ground arms apart waiting for officers when they arrived. the victim was found on the front lawn. it's not clear what started the dispute. right now, a toddler found unresponsive in a lowell pool is improving. but a 3-year-old boy also pulled out of the water saturday night remains in critical condition. it happened at a home on freda lane. the circumstances surrounding
emily: it took two years but now victims' families in boston have their own space to help them cope with loss. the families of homicide victims along with bpd and city officials cut the ribbon for a new survivors room, located in the city's center for youth and families. mary franklin led the effort. the murder of her husband during a holdup 20 years ago is still unsolved. she says this is a place families of victims need. americans saved, after accidentally ending up in canada. how a fun event turned into an international rescue mission. and a raw bar owner is in the fight of his life. how his customers are giving him hope. randy: and ahead in news to go, too much of a good thing.
olessa: welcome back. a live look at the expressway, already busy on the northbound side. you can see the volume picking up early, a braintree at the boston. one crash on 495 north bound. we will have the details coming up. mike: much quieter this morning. plenty of sunshine, and a little cool to start. let me show you what the temperatures look like for the afternoon. i temperatures inland to the lower 80's, a touch cooler. temperatures are in the mid-70's. but on the south shore all the way down to roxbury, right around 80 degrees and much
temperatures today in the 70's. the thunderstorms in a moment. emily: right now, a plea for help in mashpee. a restaurant owner is now in the fight of his life. bob weekes runs the raw bar in mashpee. and now he needs a new kidney. the one his sister donated to him is giving out. so he's hoping for a new donor. he says his customers have been an amazing support system. >> there is not a day i don't walk in when someone says they' s community has been unbelievable. emily: weekes is getting dialysis treatment at beth israel and is working with a living kidney coordinator. if you would like more information go to rawbar.com or contact beth israel. randy: the judge in an infamous rape trail is recusing himself from another high profile case. why he says he can't preside over it. and a new law, affecting thousands of students. the california law taking some parents by surprise. plus, for runs, and a reason to
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and erika has a late night stop on the campaign trail focused on hillary cinton's health. but first mike has your forecast. mike: yesterday we were talking about thunderstorms and rain and not warning turned out to be in ef1. this morning it's all gone. if you like variety this is what you live here. yesterday, just under an inch for much of you -- it doesn't put a dent in things but it certainly helps. we are running 7.5 inches on the dry side so we need a good three day soaking rain. fast and furious yesterday but some of it soaked in. that's it for rain until friday because we have high pressure in control on the east coast and there is not a cloud to be found
through friday. but it is cool, nor what at 47 and as you look to the south, we will see temperatures warming up nicely into the 80's today because we have all that sunshine. cool this morning at 61 degrees, only 50 degrees right now, humidity going up a little bit. luckier down this way. how does it shape up for today? we warm up into the 70's, 75 by lunchtime, and then a lot of temperatures will climb up to the 80 degree mark. low humidity, as perfect as it gets. how are the roadways? olessa: getting busy.
up. there are a couple accidents if you're heading south of town. we have one crash on 24 northbound, one lane is closed. also an accident on 128 south. northbound on the expressway is about a 25 minute ride. the pike eastbound looks ok, 15 minutes and 128. one crash on 495 northbound, then 93 south picking up volume. more delays to the leverett connector. shooting in dorchester. this was the scene around 1:30 this morning on norwell street. the extent of the victim's injuries is unclear. no word on any arrests. right now, police in boston are searching for a man they say sexually assaulted a woman in a park. emily: the eye's sera congi is live at the scene with what we know right now. sera? sera: this all happened here in the south end, police say the
claremont streets around 1am monday. he claimed to have a knife, and forced the woman to walk a little less than half a mile away to carter playground, where police say she was sexually assaulted. the victim described the man as hispanic, late 20's to mid 30's with brown cropped hair. he had tattoos on his right arm and right hand. sera congi, wcvb newscenter 5. party bus window as it traveled down 1-a. one is killed and now her family says the entire story isn't being told. >> she went to the window and then -- doug: 27-year-old tracy panigua was killed when she fell out of that party bus early sunday morning. the bus company claiming she and another woman must have tried to open it because it requires a lot of force
unintentialy leaned against it when it opened. causing the two to fall to the street. police say nothing has been determined yet and the investigation is on going. live in east boston, doug meehan wcvb newscenter 5. erika: committment 2016 after plenty of tough talk on immigration, signs donald trump may be softening, something he denies. meantime hillary clinton takes on rumors about poor health on jimmy kimmel, inviting him to take her pulse. as for debating trump -- >> i am drawing on my experience in elementary school. [laughter] >> to the hispanics tremendous , people, what the hell do you have to lose? erika: trump trying to appeal to minorities has postponed a major speech on immigration but insists nothing has changed in his policy positions. he also continues to hammer clinton on her private emails and the clinton foundation. randy: today president obama
flooding. baton rouge saw as much as two feet of rain in just two days swamping homes and flooding neighborhoods. 13 people died in the floods and about 60,000 buildings were damaged. so far, more than 100,000 people have applied for federal assistance. emily: people in concord are still cleaning up after a tornado tore through a section of the community. in, mile swath through the town. marlborough was also hit hard. fortunately, no one was hurt. randy: sky 5 over the state house, as employees and visitors were let back in following an evacuation. soldering work in a mechanical room of the state house's west wing triggered the alarms yesterday. the evacuation lasted about 20 minutes. emily: a lowell woman is dead after she was struck by a pickup
yesterday morning at the murkland school. police say a driver was pulling out of a parking space, striking 70-year-old claudia normandin. the driver did stay at the scene. randy: a california judge under fire for the stanford university rate case has recused himself in another trial. judge aaron persky was criticized for handing down a light sentence to convicted rapist brock turner. he was scheduled to rule on reducing a child porn conviction in another case. with the court saying some people may doubt that he can be impartial. emily: virginia's governor restores voting rights to 13,000 felons. governor terry mcauliffe made the announcement yesterday nearly a month after the attempt was blocked by the state's supreme court. the court ruled the governor could only reinstate voting rights on a case-by-case basis not en masse. the governor says his office processed each felon's paperwork
randy: several students in california were forced to miss the first day of classes over a new mandatory vaccine law. the new law does not allow parents to opt their children out of vaccines because of personal beliefs. in the oakland district alone hundreds of students were turned away. school leaders there say it's because many parents just didn't know about the requirement. emily: a summer celebration rescue. a group of about 1500 americans were taking part in the annual port huron float down. but the winds were so strong it blew the group into canada. several policing agencies pulled the floaters safely from the water. they were sent back to michigan in buses. randy: charging your phone overnight is convenient but is it hurting your battery? experts say frequent, hours-long charging can shorten the life of lithium-ion batteries because many cell phones take in
the good news, both iphones and androids have technology that protects them from absorbing too much current. and since most people swap phones every two years, they don't hold on to them long enough to run into trouble. u.s. olympic swimmer ryan lochte loses out big time on his sponsorships after his made-up story about a robbery in rio. four corporate sponsors are hair removal, and mattress maker airweave all dropped the olympic gold medalist. lochte admits he embellished the robbery story earlier this month. emily: celtics guard isaiah thomas ties the knot. the all-star got married this weekend in seattle to longtime girlfriend kayla wallace. he posted these pictures to his instagram account. and of course his celtics teammates had to be there. jae crowder, amir johnson, r.j.
turned out. randy: boston-native mark wahlberg joins the patriots for movie night. after practice sunday, the team along with owner bob kraft headed over to the theater to watch deep horizons, starring wahlberg. kraft is known to take players to inspirational films. deep horizons focuses on the 2010 b.p. oil spill. wahlberg says it's about perseverance, and mental toughness. emily: the red sox bounce back on the road in saint pete. david price commanding the mound last night against the rays. he went eight innings with eight strike-outs giving up just two hits and no runs. but the real play of the night came from rookie outfielder andrew benintendi. a pop up to left field and check out that catch. sox win, 6-2. randy: an illinois baseball player smashes a grand slam and
brandon thomas knocked the ball out of the park during a playoff game sunday night and was rewarded with the smashed car. he wasn't too worried about it though. thomas says it reminds him of just how hard he hit the ball. >> ? summer days drifting away to the summer nights ? >> ? tell me more tell me more ? troopers ending their patrols at the state fair in style. their lip-synching video is going viral this morning. the trooper behind the golf cart serenade says it was a chance to show people they're not robots. mission accomplished. [laughter] randy: just a little bit of their softer side. mike: and what can go wrong with "grease?"
in the 50's and 60's. if you are setting out the door this morning, you will notice how much cooler it is. high temperatures will rebound nicely. let humidity. -- low humidity. closing to 80 degrees or even 70's near the shoreline, but as you look inland, nothing but sunshine today. the sun can't still be intense this time of year -- along the shoreline it may be cooler but if you are over the out in the temperatures are in the mid-70's. we have a lot of things going on in the tropics right now, and the tropics will become extremely active this week. three systems to keep an eye on. fiona is winding down -- doesn't look like we will get the beneficial rain at all. this was doesn't even have a name yet because it isn't even organized.
organized and head for southern florida. gaston is looking impressive out here off the coast of africa right now -- this is the one to watch because it looks like it will become a hurricane within the next 24-48 hours and maybe a fairly significant one. all traffic keeps it off the east coast but anytime there's a storm system that there you want to keep up on the tropics. speaking of and it stays that way until tomorrow. thursday is a little more humid and that sets us up for a chance of thunderstorms on friday. it will be warm and muggy and it will feel like summer. fall today, summer by friday. and it looks like as the system goes through, more humidity and sunshine. how are the roads? olessa: so far, busy.
somerville. over to the mass, a couple issues. a crash on northbound by one of six has one le lane blocked. another accident just cleared at the braintree split, up to a 25 minute ride. the pike eastbound is not bad, and if you are heading north, we have this crowd by 111 in foxboro where one lane is andover with more delays approaching the leverett connector. randy: a hidden camera, tucked away in a women's bathroom. emily: how one person found it,
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