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jorge: two juveniles in custody this afternoon in connection with the shooting at the cvs here. this man, who we are told is related to one of those boys, is the alleged shooter -- he is still at large. today police releasing the photograph of 23-year-old marcus pierre louis. he is wanted as the alleged gunamn in the brazen late afternoon shooting inside cbs yesterday. according to witnesses, the 23-year-old and started arguing with a customer. police claim pierre-louis fired off two rounds. the victim from stoughton, 18-years-old, was shot once in the shoulder. his injury not life-threatening. overnight the 2 juveniles 15 and 16-years-old, were arrested at their homes in stoughton. both will be charged with assault and battery with intent to kill. after checking surveillance tapes, police say mark pierre louis is the man who pulled the trigger. >> any information, please contact the stoughton police department hearing again, he is
approach them. just call the police department. jorge: no one else was injured. the cvs open again today. police repeating that this was not random, and that the victim out of the hospital today, knew his attackers, new the three attackers. at this point they say there is no motive given. it appears that it was not gang-related. jorge quiroga, wcvb newscenter 5 . >> don't you do it! did you shoot him? ed: what you are watching and hearing right now -- chilling video just released from the frantic wife of keith scott. the black man gunned down by charlotte, north carolina police. with the camera of her cell phone running she pleads with , police not to shoot her husband. in the video, rakeyia scott tells officers her husband doesn't have a gun, has a traumatic brain injury and won't hurt them. we do want to warn some of this
take a look. >> don't shoot him, don't shoot him. he has no weapon. reporter: -- ed: this dramatic cell phone video capturing the moments just before and after the shooting death of keith lamont scott by police in charlotte, north carolina. the person who shot the video and whose voice you hear, is that of scott's wife, pleading with officers not to shoot her husband. then this gunfire. >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? ed: the charlotte and dash cam video of the shooting, but say they won't release the videos until the investigation is complete. chief putney: the intent is to get it out and release it in a package so it can be consumed and fully understood. ed: the chief says scott had a gun and that the object seen by his feet in this still photo is that weapon, but in the video released by the family, that object is not seen. keith scott's family has seen some of the police videos and are calling on them to be released to the public. demonstrators agree, and filled
the protests peaceful this time some even thanking the national , guard. earlier this week, one protester died in a shooting. police today announced an arrest in his death. chief but me our violent : criminal apprehension team just apprehended rakwan boram. ed: police have still not released any details on the arrest. they have not rele v in effect in north carolina tonight. heather: a tulsa, oklahoma police officer has turned herself in hours after she was charged in the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man. officer betty shelby was booked then released on a 50,000 dollar bond. she claims she felt threatened by terence crutcher, when she came across his car on her way to another call. police dash cam video shows shelby approaching crutcher with his hands up, before she shoots. she's charged with manslaughter. right now, the state fire marshal's office investigating a fire in milford.
hillside drive. they were fighting the fire in the attic. a mayday was called but luckily everyone was able to make it out. one firefighter was taken to the hospital but he is expected to be ok. ed: sky 5 over the taunton municipal power plant where one person was hurt after an explosion earlier today. it was the result of a fire in a switch unit inside a large circuit breaker. the victim is in the hospital right now, but no word on how badly they were injured. and right now a belmont man is officer on a detail late last night. he faces charges in court this afternoon. our juli mcdonald live in lexington with an update on that officer's condition. juli: ed, the crash happened right behind me at a construction detail last night. sean mckeown was leaving work as a bartender in downtown lexington when he says he felt his car hit something.
district court today following his arraignment. we know san servino was hit just after 11:00 last night. he was wearing a reflective vest and was working in a well-liy -- well lit detail zone marked by cones. mckeown at first denied having been drinking but when questioned further by police, he did admit having a couple beers before he left the lexx restaurant just up the road. >> officers asked if he thought he was drunk. to drink and probably shouldn't have been driving." he was very apologetic. juli: mckeown is charged with 3 counts of oui alcohol. since it's his second offense causing bodily injury he could , lose his license for good. we will have and update on that traffic officer, and show you more from the courtroom next at 5:00.
at 4:30 -- we've just learned that after months of refusing to endorse him, former gop candidate ted cruz will vote for donald trump. the texas senator expected to endorse his former rival today, saying on facebook that he made the decision for two reasons. first, his promise to support the republican nominee. and second, his belief that democrat hillary clinton is wholly unacceptable. a congressman says top hillary clinton aide, cheryl mills, was given an immunity deal in the fbi's now-closed investigation into clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state. representative jason chaffetz says mls condition that findings couldn't be used against her. two other staffers were also granted immunity deals in exchange for their cooperation. heather it may be the most : highly anticipated campaign event of the season -- the first presidential debate. with polls showing a tight race nationally and in critical battleground states, both clinton and trump have a lot on the line monday night at hofstra university.
polls are tied in this first debate could be a game changer. mr. trump: i am not looking to the wind there and treat her with disrespect. ms. clinton: i take nothing for granted. >> what does clinton need to get him to do? >> get under his skin. >> and trump? >> and trump? >> come across is calm, cool, it and collected, someone that people could see as commander-in-chief. briefing books daily. she is watching footage of trump and passed debates and holding mock debates with someone playing him. trump is also watching old debate footage and occasionally meeting with advisers, but sources say that the sessions are more relaxed, not serious prep work. what do the candidates need to avoid? >> you cannot overact in the moment. she can't talk down to the
another person out of washington, d.c. who does not relate to our life. heather: the audience is asked not to react. and more somber audience may help clinton. trump will not be able to feed off a fired up crowd. the television audience, the one i home, could be record-breaking. we are told even reaching super bowl levels. after a wild campaign season, this final sprint to election day and newscenter 5 will be right there. emily riemer will be reporting live from after -- hofstra university. coverage of the debate begins monday at 9 p.m. on channel 5 and the wcvb mobile app. ed: senator elizabeth warren will be campaigning for hillary clinton in the granite state tomorrow. her visit is the first time the senator has campaigned solo in new hampshire. warren has events in nashua and manchester in the morning. she will later headline an organizing event with governor
and breaking news from washington, d.c. tonight. president obama has just vetoed a law that would allow the families of september 11 victims to sue saudi arabia. that could set up an override battle in congress. the president says the bill would, in his words, "of stand long-standing international rentable's regarding sovereign immunity."'s -- upset long-standing international heather: the public has access to instruments at 60 different locations across boston and cambridge. it lasts through october 10. you can find all of the locations and see how the pianos have been decorated. ed: more music for your ears. red sox fans, get ready for october. you can now get your hands on playoff tickets. the sox are preparing for their first playoff appearance since they made their world series run
the thing mike lynch is not working today because he hates this. he is superstitious. he does not believe in these things. ssh. don't tell him. american suffering from alopecia. heather: a drug that has given patients new hope. ed: a team of cheerleaders that is mike: it felt like summer in the 80's. that is what you changed dramatically. and showers. i have a timeline. heather: we are staying on top of that breaking from chelsea. two people quickly hurt in a stabbing. a number of trains have been canceled for the north shore.
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weston tolls 24 95 --to 495. i want to check the split. it does not look that bad. it's really not, comparatively. mass avenue -- takes about a half-hour as it normally would. that's traffic on your friday. heather: we have rain possibly coming in? mike: possibly through this evening. if you are going to a football game, i would take some heather: you could get wet? it is summerlike outside. mike: don't worry, that's not coming at us. heather: i saw that this afternoon. emily showed me. mike: oh, man. let's talk about today, what we had going on. if you look at today, this morning, look at the morning
said, oh, it's going to be that cool. guess what, that's your high temperature on the saturday and sunday forecast. we have a few 80's hanging in out there. fitchburg at 80. plymouth at 81 degrees, the cape is in the upper 70's. that is why i say it will be a dramatic shift in temperatures. it will feel much cooler tomorrow. we have clouds around. have any rain going on. 55 degrees with the dew point, it is pretty dry out there right now. we have a wave of cold air coming in. this is just clipping cape ann. if you look across the area, that has cleared out of here. but we have a wave of cold air moving through here. scattered showers starting to
probably 10:00 tonight. if you're going to a football game, you're probably fine for that. the computer model is showing a very impressive area of rain. i don't know it will be that much. the air is still very dry. then tomorrow morning, wake up, there will be gray skies, perhaps scattered showers, but that will clear away quickly and we are headed for sunshine tomorrow afternoon. as i pointed out to you, it will not be warm sunshine. evening -- evening showers. 56 degrees for the overnight low. tomorrow, how cool will it be? afternoon sunshine. one or teed up of us might sneak up to 70 degrees. yes, it will feel a whole lot more like fall then today. south wind, the northern packages of it. we look up to the north and some of those temperatures in the 30's right now. at that is the
as we talk about tomorrow night, high pressure is in control. cooler air, lots of clear skies. yes, it will get chilly. sunday night into monday morning, it's even possible there will be scattered frost out to the west. the berkshires -- you don't have to worry too much about it. speaking of the weekend, this is the way it looks for the next seven days. sunshine, but much cooler tomorrow. sunday night into monday morning, 38 degrees. it is sunshine and this is the time of year when we should feel this way. we could have a chance of rain that will linger into wednesday before clearing away. the first part of the week is still looking cool like the weekend with highs in the 60's. get ready, it is fall. heather? heather: we are ready for it mike. more on that breaking news out
you should expect delays. ed: and your health this friday, a new hope for millions suffering from hair loss. a medication for arthritis may hold the key. newscenter 5's emily riemer has the story. emily: madeleine gross loves being able to brush her hair. that is because for so many years she was about it that she was without it. >> is steadily one of the most challenging things i have held to deal with -- it massaging things i have ever dealt with. emily: she started to wear a wake when she lost all of her hair in college. >> it took a toll on myself as. emily: alopecia is a condition where the immune system attacks a person's own followthroughs -- follicles, causing them to lose hair or even go completely bald. >> we have found interesting and
drug that could help people with alopecia. in a small study of 66 patients, more than 30% read drew their hair. while gross did not participate in the study, she tried the treatment. >> i got the information and after her being on the drug a few months, she started to regrow hair. emily: the 25-year-old has a full head of hair. she has suffered no side effects. the week is gone and her confidence back. emily riemer, wcvb newscenter 5. ed: a new hampshire cheer leading team is preparing for a national competition. heather: the remarkable team is one of the first of its kind. they'll be competing in the special needs division. >> we are dynamite. we are out of sight. heather: i love this story. the manchester challengers started out two years ago. they had just two cheerleaders and now the roster is up to
friendship. >> she is the best. i love her. >> we are a team. one team, one family. heather: isn't that great? one team, one family. the team is now practicing twice a week ahead of their december trip to disney world. they're collecting donations now to get to the national competition to help with special travel needs. ed: you know what? they are dynamite. heather: one of my favorite stories. ed: that acts like a dog. ed: residents petitioning to save this coyote's life. heather: on newscenter 5 at 5:00, we continue to following the breaking news out of gillette. the backup to tom brady's backup hurt. jacoby brissett dealing with a thumb injury. we go live to foxborough. ed: it's being called a major heroin and fentanyl takedown. the record drug bust in new york that local authorities helped with.
ed: to your economy now at 4:30 p.m. -- amazon is doubling its workforce in one massachusetts city. the online retailer opened its new distribution center in fall river on wednesday. heather: now, they're looking to increase the workforce from 500 employees to one thousand employees. the facility will mostly handle large packages like furniture. the company is hiring through its website and the fall river ed: some iphone 7 users are experiencing a software glitch with their wired ear pods. several reports claim that the headphones stop working after a few minutes, which means that users can't adjust the volume or access siri. apple says the problem will be fixed in a software update soon. heather: here's a story we were talking about a moment ago, a life-saving petition getting thousands of signatures to save
petition to save cliff. people have been feeding him so he's rather comfortable hanging around homes in the area. but officials say that's a problem, and have planned to have him euthanized. the petition has already gotten more than 23,000 signatures. neighbors want to see cliff relocated to a zoo or sanctuary. i say a sanction their -- a sanctuary, for sure. a brazen purse-snatching at a florida gas station. ed: it was all caught on video and you will see it. and wait till you see what this
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so watch this. a florida woman thinking twice about her actions after this move was caught on camera. she was pumping gas when a thief grabbed her purse out of her front seat. she then jumped on the hood of the car reaching in and hitting the man as he starts driving
heather: it looks like it got ran over. ed: yeah, a badly-sprained ankle and lots of cuts and bruises but otherwise, amazingly, she's going to be ok. boom. you see the we'll go right over for there. my heavens. heather: just let him go. ed: heather and i have breaking news for you at 5:00. >> now on newscenter 5 at 5:00. ed: breaking news about another injured patriots quarterback. heather: video of the shooting in charlotte and new questions it is raising tonight. mike: we have a feel of fall in the forecast. ed: used to treat addiction, wreaking havoc kind bars. heather: the growing choice to keep out of prisons and jails. >> from boston's news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 5:00.
-- jacoby brissett injured in last night's win over the texans leaving the patriots with no healthy quarterbacks at the moment. heather: just how serious it is still in flux tonight. sportscenter 5's josh brogadir is live at gillette stadium with new reaction from the locker room. josh? josh: good evening, guys. attention has turned quickly from the success of the third string quarterback to the health of the third string quarterback, this of course after the dominant patriots the three and jacoby bss brissett injured his right thumb early in the second half of last night's 27-0 victory over the texans. while there are conflicting reports and how serious the injury is, espn reports it's a sprain and he'll be fine. trainers were looking at his hand in the third quarter of the game on the sideline. it
was a running play where there was a tackle by former patriots nose tackle vince wilfork.