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they'll be announcing the new winners tomorrow, as well. >> that's what's making news in america this mo emily: breaking news on the eye at 4:30. good morning, i' m emily riemer. erika: and i' m erika tarantal. three people hurt in a late-night stabbing in boston. how police say a dog led to the violence. emily: air quality concerns after a tough fire in oxford. the potential dangers lurking inside this warehouse. erika: and a teenage girl dives out of a moving car. why police say she was desperate to get away from the driver. it' s all ahead on the eye. emily:' s in the is here with the forecast. we have been treated to gorgeous sunshine. cindy: lower 70'
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orange has dropped to 40 degrees. the bulk of the cloud cover shifting to the south. on the other side of that, talking about a northwesterly wind. it will bring in cooler temperatures today. there are some 20' s, 30' s, and a lot of 40' s. any cloud cover breaks up this morning. a son-fie lled -- sun-filled day. we have some rain in the forecast tomorrow. the timeline on that. let' s get you out to the roadways. olessa: good morning. overnight construction. the pike looks good. let' s get to the maps and check the road work. it will be there another 20 minutes or so.
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93 by route 24 and 138, some plain avenue. west of town, some road work closing the ramps to the pike by 128 and new corner. emily: breaking overnight, new details after three people are stabbed inside a boston grocery store. erika: we' re now learning this all may have started over a dog. the eye' s sera congi is live in west roxbury with the breaking developments. sera: it did start over a dog. right now, we know three people are in the hospital, including the suspect. this happened last night at familia grocery on grove street. police say a man came into the store and got into an argument with the owner over bringing his dog inside. he left. a short time later, he came back and this time, police say he was
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>> he went behind the counter. the owner defended himself. sera: police say the suspect and knife before another employee got involved. all 3 ended up with stab wounds. they are expected to survive. police are still investigating and we will bring you the latest information as we get it. emily: other stories we' re following right now, jury selection continues today in the trial of a danvers teenager accused of raping and killing his math teacher. more potential jurors in the philip chism case will be at essex superior court in salem. yesterday the judge explained that' s lawyers may proceed. killing 24-year-old colleen he' erika: an update to the search for two missing roommates from manchester, new hampshire. one of them, stephen andrade,
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has been found dead in a motel in tewksbury, massachusetts. police think he shot himself. his roommate, sue hutchinson, is still missing. a car belonging to her was found a few blocks from her home. emily: cubs fans in chicago pouring out into the streets to celebrate overnight as the cubs prepare to head to st. louis. chicago shutout the pittsburgh pirates 4-0 in the national league wild card game last night, setting up a division series against the cardinals. it' s their first postseason win since 2003. the cubs looking to win their first world series since 1908. erika: flames, not the only concern from this huge fire in oxford. right now, firefighters say the air is safe after this huge warehouse went up in flames. but what was once inside, could have been dangerous. the eye' s antoinette antonio explains. antoinette? antoinette: right now firefighters are trying to figure out what sparked the flames. they still don' t know the name of the burned lumber
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was not permitted with the town. they tell us a major concern was whether toxins from the former occupant, a chemical company, would pollute the air. >> we were being safe. the previous occupant of the building was a chemical plant, they used styrene to make plastic pellets. antoinette: the adjoining building, patriot environmental, was also a concern. that company does asbestos removal. firefighters used 10 tankers of water to contain the flames, and even tore down a catwalk between the buildings to keep the fire from spreading. erika: right now, harvard police are warning residents in the area to be on alert, after an incident on campus. last night, campus police a stabbing. they found two men fighting. one of them ran from police, but was eventually arrested. police say he is not affiliated with the university. the second man was able to get away. emily: a stoughton man faces federal charges for allegedly sending bomb threats to several schools.
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accused of using three different email accounts to send threats to schools in massachusetts, rhode island, illinois and north carolina. those threats started over a year ago. right now, several winthrop high football players are under investigation for allegedly circulating a video of a teammate changing in the locker room. that video was discovered on an internet site dedicated to bullying reports. police aren' t calling this a case of bullying or hazing but say they will investigate very carefully. officials say they are questioning as many as 10 students. the team has forfeited friday' s varsity game against gloucester. erika: right now, dedham police are asking for your help, trying to track down who left offensive graffiti all over town. they say a total of 5 swastikas were found in several neighborhoods early yesterday morning. fences, roads, a driveway, and part of a construction site were tagged. police do not think any specific person was targeted.
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>> is there anything we can do to stand with you? erika: an outpouring of grief and support for the crew of a doomed cargo ship now presumed lost at sea. this morning, the search for the el faro is officially over. a heart-breaking ending for 3 people with massachusetts ties. in kingston, hope turned to mourning for jeffrey mathias. the father of three was an engineer on the el faro. also on board, keith griffin of winthrop. mariette wright who grew up in assonet. now investigators want to know why the ship was allowed to set sail while hurricane joaquin was developing. emily: an 800 pound man, kicked out of a rhode island hospital. erika: the craving, that got him in trouble with staffers. plus, a weston boy is back home, after spending a year in the hospital. his remarkable recovery, from a virus that attacked his spinal cord. emily: new scrutiny for fantasy sports web sites. the new questions from prosecutors, as fraud allegations gain steam. antoinette? antoinette: breaking news out of boston this morning, three people are hurt after a stabbing
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police say it happened at a grocery store, when a man wasn' t allowed to bring his dog inside. they say that man later came back with a knife and got into a scuffle with the owner and an employee. all three were hurt, but they will survive. cindy?
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emily: a cheerful sendoff after a remarkable recovery. this morning this weston boy is back home after spending the last year in the hospital. the 3-year-old contracted a virus that left him paralyzed and unable to speak or breathe on his own.
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christian caruso suddenly got sick in august of 2014. what was supposed to be a 12 to 14 week stay at franciscan hospital turned into 14 months. that virus attacked his spinal cord. child stop moving. >> he fought for every single inch of his recovery. emily: christian did recover amazing even his doctors and walking out of the hospital yesterday on his own. he turns four next week a birthday he' ll celebrate at home. erika: new hampshire residents, with a changing perspective of their home. their new take on the worst issue facing the state. and a teenage girl dives out of a moving car. why she was so desperate to escape from the driver. if you are heading out, you can watch the latest newscenter 5 newscast right now or anytime on
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>> these days have been amazing. cindy: complete opposite of last week. rain. yesterday was pleasant. we made it into the 70' s for the first time officially in the month of october. average high about 64 degrees. not as warm today. bright, lots of sunshine. showers in your forecast, holiday weekend looking fantastic.
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temperatures running in the 50' s. a few pockets of 40' s. jeffries, 46. just 40 degrees in orange. boston, 56. lower 50' s, plymouth. on the cape this morning, readings in the lower 50' s. patchy fog here and there. we had some clouds come through in the overnight hours. now that the front as to the south, a northwesterly wind is bringing in dry, cool air from canada. off to the west, another frontal boundary. this one producing showers through minnesota and northern was constant. this system will work in our direction tomorrow.
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the wind is light out of the west-northwest. highs of 6190 boston. 66, nashua. sun filled skies today. we will start out this evening with clear skies. clouds move in from the west. we will be tracking some rain to the north and west. dry through the early morning hours. increasing clouds tonight. 45 to 52 downtown. i gusty breeze out of the southwest. it is going to be in the mid to upper 60' s for highs. in the morning, rain to the north. the rain is coming at us in pieces. it is not a washout through the entire day.
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most of the rain is to our north and west. by lunchtime, you may get a few showers. waking up to some lingering clouds on saturday morning. we will clear out on saturday, making for a nice start . by columbus day, back up to around 70 degrees with lots of sunshine. olessa: overnight construction in place. 93 south, clearing the road work along the expressway. 93 by route 24 and 138 , some
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some construction in place near newton corner. expecting train and buses to start as normal. emily: recapping our breaking news this morning, three people are in the hospital after a stabbing in the west roxbury section of boston. it happened last night at familia grocery store on grove street. police say a man got into an argument with the store owner about bringing his dog inside. they say that men left, then returned with a knife. he, the store owner, and an employee were hurt. erika: caught on camera, a girl escapes a kidnapping attempt in bridgeport, connecticut. security video shows the 17-year-old tumbling onto the road after jumping out of a dark toyota. she is ok. the driver, a woman in her 40' s, sped away and has not been caught. police say the driver lured the girl into the car while she was walking to school. new scrutiny right now for fantasy sports.
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both the massachusetts attorney are looking into this fast growing business after allegations of fraud. >> we have finished our internal investigation. we have hired a law firm to conduct their own investigation. wrongdoing. robins playing defense on espn. he says the employee of the $350,000 on a rival site last week did nothing to damage the integrity of the game. new york' s attorney general is already investigating and now maura healey says she also has questions. >> we have reached out to the company to ask them to come in and talk about their practices and policies. erika: nfl commissioner roger goodell says he is most concerned that this billion dollar business not impact integrity of football. emily: five on the opioid crisis, with a new move to fight the epidemic.
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house unanimously passed a bill to make trafficking fentanyl, a powerful opioid, punishable by up to 20 years in prison. the drug is often added to heroin and contributes to the state' s overdose deaths. the bill now heads to the senate. some revealing numbers out of new hampshire. a new wmur granite state poll shows people feel heroin is the most important problem facing the granite state. it' s the first time in 8 years that jobs and the economy have not topped the list. this is why it' s such a concern. nearly half the people surveyed say they personally know someone who has used heroin in the last 5 years. that number, jumps even higher for those under age 35. overdose deaths remain frequent in new hampshire. the stark reality, becoming clear with a mother' s frank words at derry heroin forum. >> before i came here, i stopped
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i lost my older son peter to an overdose. educators packed that meeting to learn from personal stories, like that one. experts discussed warning signs of drug abuse, and gateways into heroin, such as painkillers. governor maggie hassan says the state needs more funding for drug abuse prevention programs. erika: commitment 2016, with the first democrat to enter new s gubernatorial race. our sister station wmur has learned executive counselor colin van ostern will declare his candidacy this morning in manchester. van ostern made the decision after current governor maggie hassan announced she' s running for senate next year. fellow executive councilor chris sununu is also running for governor, on the republican side. emily: in economic headlines this morning, hopkinton-based emc corporation is in talks to merge with dell. the new york times reports the deal would involve mostly cash. but it could mean job losses
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people in the bay state. pessimistic investors pushed most asian stocks lower overnight after indications the u.s. federal reserve is not moving to raise interest rates. right now u.s. stock futures are lower after gains across the board on wednesday. today, investors will be watching for the weekly job snapshot. looking at the top trending stories this morning, lady gaga, showing off her acting chops. erika: she' s the new star of this season of "american horror story," which debuted last night. time magazine calls her role as the countess her greatest reinvention yet. emily: also getting some attention this morning, a bench-clearing brawl at the cubs-pirates wild card showdown. pittsburgh' s sean rodriguez threw a punch and got tossed. he takes his frustration out on the gatorade cooler.
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erika: and a selfie with a star. a group of kids ran up to lebron night' s preseason game with the hawks. as lebron waited at the scorer' s table for the game to restart, the kids got the photo opportunity of a lifetime. hawks ended up winning, 98-96. what a good sport. emily: ahead in news to go, a former nanny, accused of scamming her bosses. erika: how police say she nearly got away with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars. then, new on the eyeopener at 5:00, new problems months after this summer inferno in webster. the high cost of cleaning up the mess that the company who owns
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emily: breaking news in your early news to go this morning, three people are hurt after a stabbing in the west roxbury section of boston. erika: it happened at familia grocery on grove street. police say a man got into an argument with the store owner over bringing his dog inside. they say that men left, then came back later with a knife. the suspect, the store owner, and an employee were hurt in the struggle that followed. they' re all expected to recover. emily: president obama has apologized to the head of doctors without borders for a deadly bombing. patients and staff were killed, and others injured, during a weekend airstrike in afghanistan. the u.s. is calling it a mistake. the president has promised full cooperation with a nato and afghan investigation into the incident. erika: the death toll is rising after epic flooding in the carolinas. 19 people are now confirmed dead , including two people who died when they drove off a washed out road. police say the barricade on that road was in the wrong lane. meantime, there is still a concern that several dams in
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especially along the coast. erika: a former nanny is accused of stealing from her bosses. stephanie fox is charged with forging 65 checks, totaling more than $280,000. the 30-year-old is accused of trying to hide it by destroying bank statements when her employers arrived at the home. prosecutors say she admits to buying jewelry and taking trips with the money. emily: a rhode island man who weighs 800 pounds has been kicked out of the hospital, for ordering a pizza. steven assanti says his eating addiction has left him in the back of his father' s suv, with nowhere to go. he had been getting help at rhode island hospital, where he lost some weight. but he says he was told to leave when he violated his health care plan by ordering the pizza. erika: incredible video of a hit and run crash in michigan. you can see a white car cut in front of that truck on a detroit interstate. the car then hits the tractor trailer, sending it over the median. police were able to track down the driver of the car who caused the crash. the driver of the semi was shaken up, but not hurt.
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emily: meet the newest disney princess. that' s moana on the left. she will make her debut in her own movie next year. the film is about a polynesian teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself and fulfill her ancestors' unfinished quest. dwayne "the rock" johnson will voice a major character in the movie. "moana" will hit theaters november of 2016. i love the sassy female heroines. cindy: yesterday, lower 70' s. average high now, 64. we will be closer to that today. cooler than yesterday. we will see a bump up in the temperatures. right now, cooler air spills out of canada.
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some passing clouds overnight. this is what i am tracking for tomorrow. these showers, a whole frontal system here that will work in our direction. high pressure gives us sunshine today. we are in a fast pattern now. the system will race towards us tomorrow morning. during the afternoon, as the cold front approaches, some scattered showers. not expecting a lot of rain out of this. by saturday morning, about a quarter of an inch or less. more rain in the western parts of new england. clearing skies on saturday morning. it is the coolest day of the holiday weekend.
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