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graffiti painted on the side of a mosque. police are investigating this as a hate crime. hundreds gather and medway -- in medway to remember a classmate killed in a fiery crash. novembers here. wait'll you see my predicted temperatures. crews believe they located the wreckage of the cargo ship that sailed into the hurricane. we see reactions of a family member who lost a relative on that ship. we begin with developing news from burlington. police are hoping this surveillance video will lead them to the vandals who painted graffiti on a local mosque. they painted it the word usa
on wall. this is not the first time this mosque has been hit. we are live in burlington. >> reporter: vandals did spray paint usa all over this burlington mosque. islamic groups say whoever did this does not think that muslims are real americans. worshipers here are afraid it could escalate to violence. worship goes on at the islamic center of burlington despite vandals targeting the mosque. >> they were not afraid of being caught in the cameras and concern. >> reporter: this is the center's president and founder. using red state -- red spray paint, the vandals sprayed usa on three sides of the building. >> the thing is they are vandalizing -- captured the suspects sunday
morning. there are three men in a white crown victoria. their faces are hidden by halloween masks. this man was inside the mosque at the time. >> it's not the first time the mosque has been targeted. and 2013, similar graffiti was painted on the sign.>> reporter: even with security cameras, vandals were able to avoid recording. >> my mother, daughter, wife is coming here and they see these people making racial comments. >> reporter: he thinks the vandals should learn about america and the freedom of religion. >> somebody doesn't know what usa is about. they don't know what our founding members have done for us. >> reporter: burlington police are investigating. they have increased patrols in the area for tonight. folks at the mosque say they
police if necessary. we're following breaking news from everett. a star high school football player was stabbed yesterday after a game. marvin fednus was stabbed in the back on broadway last night after the upset win over johns pratt. expected to survive. it is not believe that the stabbing had anything to do new details on a fire at a housing complex for the elderly and disabled in south boston. disposal of smoking materials caused that fire. the hospital. a firefighter was treated for cuts to the handpick the fire was contained to a fourth floor apartment. it is november 1 and we have had a great start in terms of whether.
>> reporter: it got dark early, no question about that. it's going to be streaming in all week long. all the cold air is trapped up temperatures may be going to the upper 60s, lower 70s. nothing going on all week. there is some wet weather down looks good to me. i will be back with the details of the forecast. medway high school students are mourning the death of a beloved classmate killed in a fiery clash. -- class -- crash. maddy lamson was driving alone when she lost control and drove in 20 -- into a tree. >> reporter: messages of love for maddy lamson can be found everywhere, but no bigger
it was an amazing scene. >> it's a terrible loss. >> reporter: candles burned in medway in response to the darkness of catch a. a huge turnout as people filled the streets. grieving family of maddy lamson, only 17 years old. a terrible car crash and frankland. >> parents, friends, everyone appreciates people being here. everyone loved her. tribute in honor of a three touched everyone she met. >> one of the most remarkable women i have ever coached. my heart is broken that we lost devastated. >> reporter: counseling was provided at the high school saturday and sunday. always there for everybody.
they could practice. memories like that prove how lighthearted and happy she was. >> reporter: her hockey team has made the state tournament. the team is shattered, devastated according to the coach, but they have decided to press on in her honor. developing news, tonight maybe investigators using special equipment to confirm of the wreckage found in the bermuda triangle is from the cargo ship alfaro. -- el faro. they are looking closer at that wreckage. it sank after sailing into hurricane joaquin. the mother of a sailor from maine says finding that ship brings mixed emotions. >> i equate it to a head -- tug- of-war between my head and heart. my head wants answers, but my heart likes not knowing the answers because i can fill it with help. very emotional because hearing it for the first time felt like
>> michael holland was one of six with ties to new england. we are following another fall -- developing story, a late night crash near skidmore college. it has claimed the life of 19- died of injuries early this morning in albany. drunk driver. the other two victims remain hospitalized. investigators are trying to find the cause of a fire that badly damaged a condominium complex. the fire broke out this morning on williams street. flames throughout -- shot through the roof. everyone got out safely. the complex says 19 apartments -- has 19 apartments. investigators on cape cod are trying to figure out what caused this fire. the fire broke out at 5:00 this
fishing boat called good grief. the flames spread to another there was a halloween scare after reports that someone was razors. but as paul burton shows us, it turned out to be a hoax. most when it comes to their children's halloween candy. initially reported an 11-year- old girl found this metallic object inside a hershey chocolate bar. >> the must have scared a lot of kids and parents that they might hurt themselves. >> reporter: it just puts fear into a night that is fun for everyone. >> you never want to think it's going to happen in our neighborhood or anywhere, but that's why you should always check. >> reporter: the temperate candy caused police to warn parents whose children may have been trick-or-treating in the area. >> this morning, i said nobody eats anymore candy.
>> reporter: after further discovered she made up the story and placed the piece of metal there herself. >> i hope that child or the child's parents gets to supplant, maybe gets some help. that's just wrong. >> it started off as a joke and she probably didn't about it being this big. >> reporter: although this was a cruel trick, auburn parents say they still always check their children's halloween candy >> we went through each piece, piece by piece to make sure everything was safe. >> reporter: what is the role? >> don't eat candy and less dad or mom says so. >> reporter: paul burton, -- paul burton. police posted this picture on their facebook page for cough syrup for kids. someone on halloween night left examples of that cough syrup outside their home on all -- on
old farm road. and in chicopee, police say they are investigating a case of a meal like object. despite all the hoopla, it turned out to be a relatively peaceful halloween, but 70,000 goals and goblins strolled of the streets and phelan. even though they won't temperatures brought a lot of people out, police say they only made eight arrests. all of the festivities were winding down by 11 pm last night. lots of excitement and worchester tonight. >> all about a new bridge. the excitement because it took three years and $108 million to build the ken burns memorial bridge. the bridge connects worchester to shrewsbury. up next, we're learning more about the russian jet crash that killed more than 200
people. >> what investigators believe brought that plane down. bernie sanders releases his first campaign ad. a royal welcome at the end of a long journey for a special group of british veterans. reporter: still pretty mild out there. frost off the windshield in the morning. a warm week ahead. reporter: no patriots game tonight, but we still have plenty of action to look at. pumpkin excitement is back at dunkin'. pick up your favorite pumpkin-flavored baked treats and beverages, like the new pumpkin macchiato
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gop presidential candidate in the rivalry is getting more running for the white house. former governor jeb bush and senator marco rubio both growth and opportunity form bush told the crowd he knows he has to step up his game after a less than impressive debate performance. rubio says bush represents politics of the past.>> he is someone i have tremendous personal affection for. i am running for president because i honestly believe our party and our country needs to turn a page. as for the democratic presidential race, bernie sanders released his first tv ad today, documenting his journey to washington. >> in congress, he stood up for working families and for
principles of -- opposing the iraq war. >> his campaign is spending too many dollars to run the ad. it will start running in new hampshire and iowa on tuesday. sanders does not mention hillary clinton and that bad. a royal welcome for a wounded team of british soldiers who completed 1000 mile trek across england. >> prince william greeted them at buckingham palace. there walk began in august. it took them 72 days to complete. turned our clocks back last night. >> if you didn't already, you probably wouldn't be watching us a little while to catch up. >> feeling a little sleepy? >> sort of a jetlagged thing. but the weather is nice. >> reporter: the daylight tomorrow, will come earlier, but do remember that it's going to get darker earlier tomorrow
or, try to forget it. here's what's going on. we have the fall foliage extravaganza. we are giving the oaks in on the action. they can be colorful, but not as beautiful as the maples. here in spencer massachusetts, you can see those oaks. a lot of the maples have already shed their leaves, but already some beautiful colors for the maples around the area. these three high schools, that's 620. that's 60 above the average. we are going to have temperatures going a little above 700 later this week. many lower 60s and a few upper 50s. the rest of the nation is doing well as well. 50s and 60s. that mild air streams into new
midwest. all the cold air has shut off in canada. there are some high clouds down in pennsylvania. some of that mainstream up in the air as temperatures go down tonight to about 500 in boston. it could be a little colder in some of the valleys. the sun will be rising at 6:18 am. so, a fall jacket is necessary. you may not need it in the afternoon, with a high of 620. high temperatures about the same as today, in the lower 60s and most spots. not much wind around. just a little breeze. watch the timestamp. you don't see too much wind, just a little breeze. that will be the theme for the next several days. a legacy breeze coming in off the coast. we will see some high clouds
mass pike. tuesday, sunny only one. it should be quite nice as temperatures going to the upper 60s. this warm weather will continue as high pressure builds to the south. it pumps warm weather our way, and it looks like it will last thursday and maybe friday. upper 60s tuesday, mid-to upper 60s wednesday, slightly cooler, and then warming up to lower 70s thursday and friday with a slight chance of showers thursday night. otherwise, the holy ghost] turns colder by about next sunday. next, in sports, see the path joining -- enjoying a rare day off. we'll show you healthy --
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95-87. neither team shot the law, especially the celtics. leonard helps the spur take a 31 lead. marcus smart with a hustle play. he dives, then finds jacob -- for the layup. fourth quarter now. that cuts the spurs lead to 86-82. points. big jim kept it close. too little too late for boston. >> today, we played a lot better than i thought we played on friday. in the ocean. >> we fought hard.
we just couldn't get the shots. when you get back into it, you got the spurs making a shot. that takes a lot out of you. you have to tip your hat to them. >> reporter: the nfl deadline is tuesday. if you are the patriots, do you make a move? the pats are a perfect 7-0 but bilal powell check is -- but bill belichick is always looking to improve. when the game is over, turn over to my tv 38 pretty postgame show. what a game between the giants and the saints, new orleans, especially between drew brees and eli manning. 13 touchdowns, it hundred yards, drew brees hits speller in the final to tie the game. giants were forced to punt with 16 seconds to go. after a big return, the saints
yard field goal. and time expires. it is good. it counts. saints when 52-40 -- since win 52-49. is the third highest scoring game in nfl history. reporter: the royals and mets are tied at two in the 10th inning. and lots going on. sports final will be back a little later on tonight. he inspired millions across bucket challenge. >> his new challenge coming up next. monday, turning a tragedy and remission. >> our exclusive interview with a boston firefighters mother per -- mother. well above average temperatures.
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the man who inspired the ice bucket challenge is raising money for another cause. >> hundreds ran for the road race. pete -- says of this race will benefit a lasting memorial to his son. >> it's all the accolades pizza ever bought. this is going to be a permanent structure for his lasting memory. so, that's what is so cool pics but the money raised today will celebrate pete's park for people of all abilities. martin was an inspiration among thousands. team mr8 is named after three of the people killed in the boston bombing. we will look at the forecast right after this. the new macchiato from dunkin' donuts. experience the flavor of fall
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