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first fiery presidential debate just wrapped up on this stage and this hall. jobs, taxes and isis dominated the talking points and the political punches were sprinkled throughout. hello everyone i'm mark ockerbloom. >> and i'm vanessa welch. it should be very interesting to see where the race for the white house goes from here. fox 25 bringing you live team coverage on this pitch stall night. our ted daniel is at one of the biggest watch parties in the state with new reaction from a key ground of voters. political historian and author tom waylan joins us us his expert analysis is minutes away. and kerry kavanaugh is breaking downing the moments you will be talking about tomorrow. we want to begin with fox 25 political reporter sharman sacchetti who was at the debate. she's live from the hofstra university campus where all the buzz is right now. sharman? >> reporter: right, guys. they tackled everything from the economy to jobs, to, yes, e-mails and tax returns. hillary clinton went after donald trump for his what she calls shady business
skipping workers who worked for him. he return however the volley when he portrayed quite successfully, i think tonight, as a career politician she struggled to rebut that claim. he also went after her in one of his strongest arguments over trade policy and he went after her on the e-mail scandal. when she said 33,000 e-mails that she had deleted were a mistake he interrupted her and said it was on purpose. but one of their more she was a career politician. listen to this. >> -- you take a look at her website she's going to raise taxes $1.3 trillion. >> mr. trump. >> look at her website. you know what it's no different than. this she's telling us to fight website she tells you how to fight isis on her website. i don't then general douglas mccarthur would like that too much. >> the next segment. >> at least i have a plan to
>> excuse me. >> no, no, you're telling the enemy everything you want to do. >> no, we're not. >> you're telling the enemy everything i want to do. no matter you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> that's please, fact checkers get to work. >> reporter: you know both candidates walked into this debate in a virtual dead heat and ultimately i think at the ends neither of them failed to break away i think this race now is ever after this first debate. one thing perhaps you didn't know early on before this debate began donald trump agreed to call hillary clinton secretary clinton, so address her as such. she agreed predebate to call donald trump mr. trump. you may have heard she repeatedly referred to him as donald throughout that entire debate. this raise is -- this race
don't think either one has broken away. we'll have much more for you coming up at 11:00. we're live here at hofstra university, sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. >> look forward to seeing you then. >> so many of you tuned in to see what the candidates have planned for the future of our country. >> ock, there were an awful lot of fireworks tonight. we continue our team coverage with kerry kavanaugh. certainly no shortage of memorable moments there. >> reporter: that's an understatement with a dead heat in the polls both candidates came out swinging often talk over each other each landsingo blows. >> reporter: the face-off, the handshake and it was off to the races. >> you have seen me i have been all over the place, you decided to stay home and that's okay. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate, and yes, i did. and you know what else i prepared for, you prepared to be president. >> reporter: the 90 minute debate had plenty of highlights and low blows. >> and we have a country that needs new roads, new
hospitals, and we don't have the money because it's been squandered on so many of your ideas. >> maybe it's because you haven't paid any federal income tax for a lot of years. >> reporter: when trump's refusal to release his tax returns to hillary clinton's private e-mail server scandal. >> when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment, taking the fifth so they're not prosecuted. when you have the man that set up the illegal server taking the fifth i think >> reporter: the candidates sparred over how to create jobs. >> we have to stop these country's from stealing our companies and our jobs. >> and he really believes that the more you help wealthy people the better off we'll be. it is as i said trumped up trickle down. >> reporter: it was also a heated exchange surrounding the obama birther movement during the discussion of race. and trump had an interesting comment about who could be behind some of the recent
putting that together for our next half hour. ock and vanessa. >> before the debate the latest national quinnipiac poll looked like this. a virtual tie between clinton and trump. after tonight's debate will things change? >> we welcome political historian and tom waylan. tom have you analyzed many presidential debates what made this different what should be the big take away tonight. >> i don't think any presidential debate mentioned rosy o'donnell and howard stearn that made history. what i thought was interesting was that trump domestic policy and economics. whereas clinton was more successful on foreign policy. so they both won, i think, their halfs of the debate. and their supporters will both claim victory in a sense they will be right after tonight. >> what about the demeanor of the candidates on stage tonight. >> i think hillary wins that she very calm, cool, and you noticed on the campaign trail when she gets very excited or wants to make a point she raises her voice. but here she didn't do that
stump. donald trump kind of lost it on a couple of occasions. especially on his tax returns, and particularly on the birther issue of barack obama. >> towards the end it devolved into what we have heard for several weeks and months. >> yes, it's more of the same. i think the next two debates will get, i guess crank it up even more in terms of the tension. >> tom, when you look at twitter trump supporters saying he won, clinton supporters saying she won. in your opinion, did either one of them sway independents here? >> no, i think the undecide willed probably pay attention to the next two debates. i think clinton though had to win this debate outright because she's been dropping so many in the poll. and you notice tonight trump mentioned repeatedly michigan and ohio. and that's why his argument on losing jobs to mexico, and elsewhere in the world i think is going to resonate in the rust belt that's something where she really needs to pick up ground.
in november. >> ask you real quickly about the moderator lester holt not an easy job. but was there one point on twitter as you mentioned earlier a moment on twitter where they said the internet is in search of lester holt because you are trying to get these people they went 15 minutes past the time they were supposed to finish as it was. >> i think that was to be expected. lester holt he was like a kindergarten schoolteacher. he was trying to get them all on the same page be quiet they just wouldn't listen to him. >> tom us here we'll have a little bit more as we move on through the newscast. one of the key groups for voters is the youth vote. it furtherance out they are watching. fox 25's ted daniel is at one of the biggest watch parties in the state tufts university is hosting. ted the candidates wanted to win their votes what are they saying tonight? >> reporter: mark, we joined the watch party inside cohan auditorium it's a big venue
the debate was streamed on a large projection screen and this was a spirited crowd. they were into it. cheering, jeering, clapping and laughing tonight. keep in mind young audience most between the ages of 18 and 24 and most will be voting for the first time in this presidential election. here's reaction from two students who watched the debate tonight. >> i have been impressed with secretary clinton demeanor in this. i think it would be easy to tactics which are he interrupts her a lot. >> donald trump is clearly trying to make more of an effort to be more presidential. he tone down i think a lot of the highly charged racial rhetoric around muslims and hispanics. >> reporter: as you might expect on the new england college campus most of the students here lean left all but three of the students that we spoke with tonight had already made up their minds and they are planning
one trump supporter told us that he didn't want to out himself here at tufts and did not want to do an on camera interview. we're getting more reaction here at tufts and we'll have new sound for you at 11:30. that's the latest reporting live on the tufts university campus in medford, i'm ted daniel, fox 25 news. now to our fox 25 facebook poll it's an easy question. who do you think won tonight's debate? donald trump or hillary clinton. just go to our fox 25 facebook page to cast conversation. >> the second debate is set for sunday october 9th lated happen at washington university in st. louis, missouri. and we want to let you know our coverage of the first presidential debate is just getting started. political reporter sharman sacchetti will be with us throughout the next hour and a half with fresh perspective from hofstra and political historian and author tom waylan will break down the major moments from tonight's debate. first we are following other big stories tonight let's get right out to fox 25's
>> right now women in quincy are on high alert after three separate purse thefts. >> the suspect has been driving up to women hopping out and grabbing their handbags. fox 25's is live in quincy. you talked to one of the victims? >> reporter: i did, she tells me that this thief hit her over the head in the process of snatching her purse which contained a lot of cash and credit cards. potent she tells me she's terrified. >> to have something like that happen here it's kind of like unbelievable. >> reporter: women in north quincy uneasy after three purses were snatched over a week and a half. >> that's outrageous. this area is like
his m.o. drive up to a female walking alone wearing a purse, hop out and snatch it before taking off. the very first victim attacked on farington road asked not to be identified but tells fox 25 the thief demanded her coach handbag before hitting her in the head. >> he say give me your bag. i said no. >> reporter: the thief then went for her cell phone when she pulled it from him he tore her purse away and sped off. then last friday, on street the thief demandsed another woman's purse when she ran he caught up to her and grabbed it. >> always been a cautious person but i never thought i would have to be cautious around here. >> the latest incident was on sunday morning fayette street the same set of circumstances another handbag stolen. >> i really scared of other people. >> reporter: the first victim is now terrified untrusting of drivers passing by and since the crime she's had trouble
me. i feel scared every night. >> reporter: now the description of the suspect from one victim to the next does vary in each of these incidents. however they all seem to say that this is a white man possibly tall, possibly driving an s.u.v. the color of that s.u.v. varies from possibly tan to light gray or light blue. police ask anyone with information, of course, to come forward. in the meantime, they're urging all residents in this area to be extra cautious to leave those purses at home if you have to bring it bring it and wear it under a jacket they say and if someone comes up and tries to grab that purse or demands it just give it to them rather than get hurt. live in quincy tonight, christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. grafton police have not released a little boy hit and killed by a car near his home. grief counsellors met with students and teachers today. tonight no charges have been filed the. investigators say the boy's death appears to be a tragic accidents. the u.s. coast guard is
and found but his mother remains missing. nathan and linda carmen disappeared during a fishing trip to block island. after searching an area the size of georgia for nearly a week. the coast guard called off the search on friday. then yesterday a freight ship found him in a life raft in good condition while linda remains missing at sea. nathan told coast guard his boat sank in block canyon hundreds of miles away from block island. he said that the ship was looked for his mom to get into the life raft couldn't find her and that was it. >> reporter: the freight ship that found nathan is due back in boston tomorrow. they are hoping to interview him once he is reunited with his family. >> fox 25 investigates follow-up a massachusetts doctor suspended for approving medical marijuana to patients he never saw just got a support from a little known state agency. the division appeals recommended the state's
suspension. the doctor worked with cana care docs a group of clinics under investigation for approval medical marijuana for a driver who had pot in his system when he hit and killed state trooper thomas clardy in march. the medical board says that he broke the law by allowing nurse practitioners to use his i.d. now a hearing officers say he was not at fault and was following the advice of public health officials. you still want the forecast tonight, right? >> look at this beautiful sunset this evening. how gorgeous is that. time lapse video taken from our beacon hill camera all of you sending in some great pictures, of what a gorgeous day we had. look at this beautiful shot of those clouds over us this afternoon. had a mixture of sun and clouds real pretty stuff. this is in essex another
beautiful sunset from hanson this afternoon as well to go along with that video you saw. now look we have some clouds over us. just breaks in the clouds right now though. there are rainshowers here along this fronted and it's all moving toward new england. but notice this heavy stuff riding up the front. it will want to converge right on southern new england so during the morning drive it will be messy around here. we have this happening now. the clouds increasing this happening by 3:00 a.m. rainshowers moving into western new england on the diagonal so they at that point. then the steadier rain moves into the worcester area by about 4:00 to 4:30 in the morning then boston about 6:00 in the morning. perhaps a little sooner than that but by 6:00, we're all getting it right along the 128 boundary along i-95. this slides southeastward notice the heavier rain riding that up front during the morning drive. so at 8:30 in the morning you're stuck on the road because of all this that's coming on through especially in the south shore. it's going to be heaviest
north as well. then it settles to our south. and that front is just sitting there to be acted upon. off to the north and west we're all still clearing out in the afternoon. we'll get some breaks of sun to come on in as well. rainfall totals and noon time. mostly a quarter to a inch of rain. hour by hour tonight generally temperatures in the 60s through the morning rainshowers coming on in. throughout in cape cod upper 50s to low 60s rising on up by 11:00 in the morning when it will still be raining out that way. worcester county your rain comes to an -- temperatures spiking into the 70s. methuen you will see that lawrence, lowell all into the mid-70s tomorrow afternoon. it will take all day and may not ever happen out on cape
upper 60s to near 70s for your high temperatures. watch up here in this clouds the front is still stalled to our south. wednesday it will be tomorrow night into wednesday these clouds are coming in from the northeast. look some rain starts to appear too that's some drizzle blowing on in. we will be stuck in this northeast wind. the clouds continuing to push on in here a shower from time to time right through the rest of the week the way it looks right now. it's all because of a stuck pattern in the atmosphere. generally here it is. drizzle every day. why some sun in there, too. away from the water better chance have you for some breaks of sun. newest information coming in right now. we'll see you then, kevin. tonight a federal civil rights investigation has discovered administrators at the country's oldest public school failed to respond to racist threats made by a student to a black classmate. >> jim morelli has more. >> reporter: yeah, mark, the
probe found administrators failed to adequately respond to racist threats made by a student to black classmate. fox 25's jim morelli is live outside of boston latin school with these new findings. jim? >> reporter: it is consistently named one of the best public high schools in the country. "u.s. news & world report" even gave boston latin a gold medal for academic performance but tonight
after a damning report by the u.s. attorney's office. >> the u.s. department of justice found that latin violated title 4 of the civil rights act of 1964. >> reporter: that law prohibits racial discrimination of students in public schools. the violation specific to boston latin an incident in which a male student addressed a female black student "using profanity and a racial slur and threatened to lynch her with an electrical cord." the report says boston latin administrato allegations. >> things happen. our young people make mistakes but it is critical for adults to step up and correct those mistakes. >> reporter: the report also cited boston latin's ineffective attempts to create an inclusive at mere. >> it's important now what we do with this report. that's the next step. we're instituting some changes already in the school. >> reporter: the changes the u.s. attorney's office wants to see at boston latin an annual survey about the racial atmosphere at the school.
monitor complaints of racial discrimination, and annual training for students and staff. but civil rights groups say it isn't just boston latin dealing with racial hostility. >> to that end mayor walsh says he wants to extend the u.s. attorney's recommendations to all boston public schools. >> no child hold be forced to go to school and worry about being bullied or having racial attacks on them. >> reporter: we got a statemt headmaster. she says she's deeply disappointed you will forgive me i'm reading this off of a phone. she's deeply disappointed in the findings of the united states attorneys office and it's her belief that the efforts there have been unfairly judged by various adults with various agendas. live in boston, jim morelli, fox 25 news. meantime boston school superintendent tommy chang is already considering getting rid of all the city's middle schools. the proposal would affect about 23 students in the
create six year super high schools splitting up k-12 and other school districts in the state have tried this in the past. our coverage of the first presidential debate meantime just getting started. >> the cleanup is a 1way on stage but the analysis and story lines are just beginning to gain stream. we have live coverage for another hour and it's all next o one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives
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i have a feeling by the end of this evening i will be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not. >> ynd. yeah. why not. >> the candidates not shy swinging mud at each other during the first presidential debate at hofstra university. >> we have full coverage right now. our team coverage covers a lot of ground. kerry kavanaugh has the moments everybody will be talking about tonight. we begin with political reporter sharman sacchetti from hofstra university. >> reporter: we expected the
certainly delivered tonight. trump went after hillary clinton on everything from e-mails certainly to her trade policies and hillary clinton returned and went after donald trump on his birther comments, certainly, his shady business dealings and also bankruptcy. did he have a memorable exchange over e-mails. listen to this. >> i will say this, we have a situation in this country that has to be taken care of. i will release my tax wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. as soon as she releases them i will release, i will release my tax returns. >> well, i think you've just seen another example of bait and switch here. for 40 years everyone running for president has released their tax returns. you can go and see nearly i think 39, 40 years of our tax returns, but everyone has done it.
played clear there is no prohibition on releasing when it you're under audit. so you have to ask yourself, why won't he release his tax returns? >> reporter: you know is a virtual dead heat. both of these candidates how they walked up on the debate stage they leave likely in the same way. peter you are the stone hill college. you were insight what was your im-- impressions. >> i don't think this debate will fundamentally change the nature of this raches they both performed the way we expected they would perform. nothing happened here tonight that i think causes anyone to rethink the contours of this race. >> winner, loser? >> i think on point hillary clinton wins, donald trump is still unable to talk about complex policy areas. he resorted, he reverted to
she tried to stick with some issues. she also backed down and into the muck by calling him racist by flat-out saying it. i'm not sure there's much here tonight that will cause voters to rethink this race. >> reporter: all right peter thank you scotch for joining us. let's sends it back to you ock and vanessa. >> all right, sharman. the 90 plus debate had plenty of memorable moments. fox 25's kerry kavanaugh is here with some of the exchanges th w morning. >> reporter: ock, memorable moment about some of the campaign's hot topics. trump had some interesting thoughts about who could be behind the recent spate of high-profile internet hacks and the obama birther movement came up during the discussion surrounding race. >> so he has a long record of engaging in racist behavior, and the birther lie was a very hurtful one. >> when you try to act holy
>> i was so shocked when donald publicly invited putin to hack into americans, that is just unacceptable. >> i don't think anybody knows it was russia that broke into the d.n.c. she said russia, russia, maybe it was, i mean it could be russia but it could also be china and lots of other people. it could be somebody sitting on that bed that weighs 400 pounds, okay. >> okay. so despite all the sparring there was some opportunities to have some mo there was talk of job creation and how each candidate would go about doing that. there was talk about a certain trade agreement that was signed under president bill clinton's watch. we'll have move on that in our next half hour. >> here's our facebook poll question. who do you think won the debate tonight? clinton or trump? we're tallying up the numbers right now. we'll have the final results coming up in our next half hour. and a local university
machines the most popular topic on the minds of those tweeting about the election are foreign policy and national security followed by racial issues and immigration. the data is based on 500 million new tweets posted daily. still much more to come as fox 25's debate coverage continues for the next hour. coming up at 11:30 we are checking back in with sharman live in new york for with us more on what happened during the first matchup between hillary clinton and donald trump. plus, or kerry kavanaugh is digging back and forth on racend in-depth analysis from our political analysts right here in studio. republican vice presidential hopeful mike pence rallied in new hampshire today. he appeared in milford and hit on issues like the economy, the supreme court and national security. this was his second visit to the granite state since becoming trump's running mate. hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders will campaign together in new hampshire on wednesday. the two will rally at u.n.h. take about making college more affordant. fox 25 will be there
bring sanders supporters into her camp ahead of november's election. >> strong language and a lot of harsh words. this election season is drawing out many different emotions. still to come how you can talk to children about what the 2016 candidates are saying and the important lessons you can pass often to them about how to in their own daily lives. talk about a desperate burglar. police say one man was arrested twice within hours for breaking into homes. we'll tell face-to-face with. watching showers come in
the start of the workweek turned into a real life nightmare for some people in houston. an attorney opened fire in his own neighborhood this morning injuring nine people before police shot and killed him. one of the victims is in critical condition tonight. but everyone is expected to survive. the mayor identified the shooter as nathan desi. >> the information we have at this lawyer and there were issues concerning his law firm. >> police saw nazi emblems among his personal items and a car full of weapons near the scene. the f.b.i. is now helping out with this investigation. the man accused of a shooting rampage at a mall in washington state is being held on $2 million bail tonight. sit on was arraigned this morning five -- sutton was arraigned this morning five counts of premeditated charges. he confessed to shooting the
his parents say he struggled with mental health issues. police in weymouth are investigating after one of their officers shot a woman they say came at her with a knife. the woman was mentally ill but the police-involved shooting has us taking a closer look at how officers are trained to deal with these types of situations. ashland police chief craig davis spoke to fox 25 about he and other officers train officers. he says the number of mental health calls are increasing. have behavioral health disorders are now coming into contact with police officers with more and more frequency. >> to handle the special nature of these responses every officer in massachusetts is required to undergo four hours of training each year on how to communicate with someone with a mental health disorder. fallout from the deadly police involved shootings in tulsa and north carolina continue this afternoon.
still massachusetts departments received those grants but as we've been reporting boston police is testing a pilot program right now with 100 officers wearing cameras. police say a man was very determined to break into homes and take whatever he wanted. coming up next wait until you hear how many minutes it took police to arrest him for the same crime twice. some rainshowers moving on in overnight. you will see them for your morning drive. problem is they're not wanting to go
now to a story you just can't make up. norwood police say they arrested a man not once but twice during the same shift for breaking into homes. >> reporter: fox 25's malini basu has the story. these crimes even startled a little girl? >> reporter: that's right, mark, and vanessa. calls were coming in 911 calls kept coming in here to norwood police department. one man is accused of going door-to-door trying to break in in one case a little girl went downstairs and she saw a burglar standsing in her living room. thomas demarso is one relentless and desperate burglar. over the weekend they arrested him within the same shift for breaking into homes. i looked out the window and saw all this action. it's just something you don't expect to see. >> reporter: george lally is a victim. he found asleep when someone tried to break into his house. it happened on spoon street. >> he used a wrench or something. he broke the brand new lock that i had put on there and
went over to our back gate back screen there where our backdoor and tried to slice through it with a knife. >> reporter: there was an attempted burglary at two more houses on spruce street. a family including their three young children were sound asleep when police say the 33-year-old tried to break in. >> he needs help. i wish him the best he needs to get help and to get his life squared away and get corrected. >> reporter: police arrested him. he told officers he was officers weren't buying that they told us he was under the influence of drugs. hours later he was released and back at it again. this time on sycamore street. >> i heard about 6:00 a.m. and the gentleman's daughter woke up and got all startled he came down and chased the kid out and jumped out a window. >> reporter: neighbors say the little girl came face-to-face with the attempted burglar. >> he tried to break in the basement window. the poor kid.
good news luckily no one was hurt. s about league told that he doesn't live far from where all of the attempts robberies, burglaries have happened. no one was hurt and police say he was under the influence of drugs. for now we are live in norwood tonight, malini basu, fox 25 news. rainshowers on the march tonight on southern new england they are b they are going to move in overnight. they are in motion. we will stop it here and figure out just how long it takes to get here. it's moving out 25 miles per hour. i will start from the leading edge just the lighter showers out ahead of the main body. those that get into the boston area. then through the rest of the area after 8:30 so the rainshowers are coming. here's how future cast shows it into western mass magazine after 3:00 a.m.
a.m. getting rain all across the area from southern new hampshire right through worcester county into connecticut. the steadiest anymore from 6:00 a.m. on. but the heaviest still focused the themes for the longest time. that's something continue models continue to show us. bottom line you will get rain during the morning drive. heaviest is likely to be boston and southward. it's going to linger there the longest. notice the front stalling and keeping the showers around the south coast right through noon time even into the clouds may never break up out there. maybe the last time you see significant sunshine for the rest of the week. it's hard to take. but we need some rainfall. now where that front stalls this only takes to you 1:00 in the afternoon with it still raining some spots get up to an half an inch of rain from this. bus stop forecast 60 degrees with rain moving through. it's going to be cool and it is going to be a mess for the morning drive.
60s about 70 degrees out here on cape cod. farther north and west you go better chance you have for seeing some sunshine which will warm you up into the mid-70s. won't be a bad september day in those locations. let's start tomorrow evening look at the northeast winds pushing the clouds drizzle and clouds inland farther and farther. through the day on wednesday same idea. we are going to be stuck in that pattern through much of dry air starts to filter down. watch this swirl tumbling southward through the midwest into looks like the ohio river valley. it's continuing to blow that moisture towards southern new england while we have the northeast winds. those winds going off the directions like this that combines to produce the clouds and producing some drizzle and showers around here. that's why we're not quite getting into the heavy rain we need but we're not getting back to sunshine either. some sun farther north and
southeastern massachusetts staying cool all week long not expected to change until late in the weekend. people who live in massachusetts now have a new way to help find the cure for a.l.s. the governor unveiled new special license that will ben the nonprofit a.l.s. one. the parents of pete frates was on hand. the ice bucket challenges raised millions for research. >> to create an opportunity for anybody who wants a.l.s. story and to finding a cure story is really a great opportunity for the people of the commonwealth. >> friends and family of former governor paul saleuty were also at today's announcement. cellucci passed away from a.l.s. complications years ago. the woman said she thought she would never be able to afford hearing aids. >> she sent a heartfelt letter to a company asking
the first time again. >> reporter: what you're about to see. >> okay, so i just turned the hearing aids on. >> reporter: is nothing short of a miracle. >> it's loud. >> reporter: the shirley resident has suffered from severe hearing loss for almost two decades. it ends today. >> oh, my god i'm going to hear again, i'm going to hear again. >> reporter: she has never been able to afford the hearing aids she needs. >> is it a case that my voice is one of the first voices that you're hearing clearly right now? >> pretty much. >> reporter: swhefs in her 20s sound began muffle the hearing specialist says it only deteriorated. >> dawn had a severe hearing loss in both ears. >> it just got progressively worse but my insurance all the insurances i had to have never really ever covered any of this. >> reporter: but not long ago she learned about a scholarship program through bell tone and decided to write them a letter. i spend a lot of time just smiling saying nothing as my hearing declined so has my personality.
something like this. >> reporter: the c.d.c. says 48 million americans suffer from hearing loss. hearing specialists say most will wait 10 years before getting help. that can create complications. for her there is now a learning curve tuning out background noise trying not to be startled by sudden sounds but they are challenges she can't wait to taken on. >> my whole world has now opened up. >> hi. >> it's just like a whole new world. it's just like starting life over. >> reporter: her new hearing aids have all sorts and whistles. they even have g.p.s. in case she misplaces them. also so small they're almost imperceptible. elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> imagine. that good for dawn. >> what a gift. nice of the company to provide those for her as well. >> you might be king one day he has a lot to learn. >> still to come how prince george snubbed the country's leader and in perhaps the most adorable way. >> with all the name-calling
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voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte:
>> framingham man clearly has lady luck on his side. howard rankin won $1 million in a scratch ticket for the second time in 10 months how is that for luck. he bought both his lucky tickets at the stop & shop in framing hamg. he chose the lump sum of $650,000 before taxes kind of old hat for him by now. no word on what he plans to do with his extra congratulations. >> young prince george is still working on his diplomacy skills. the royal family landed in scandal this weekend for an eight day tour but prince george wasn't interested in greeting canadian officials including prime minister justin trudeau. the prime minister reaches out as you will see for a high five then a low five then a handshake but he's not budging. holding tightly there to his father's hand. he's only 3 years old so
>> he can also relate to tom brady with the high five. it's that time. from name-calling to racial tensions parents are struggling with how to talk to that you are children about this presidential campaign. >> parenting expert explains how you can take these words from the campaign trail most of them anyway and use them at teachable moments. >> reporter: even if parents are not talking with their kids about politics, they are likely being exposed to this year's prid from friends after watching tv. parenting experts stacey kelly says the election can be a teachable moment it. >> actually gives you a chance to say here's what's happening in the world around and you here's how you can think about it. >> reporter: 2016 may be the most negative and nasty campaign in modern u.s. history. candidates have been attacked as criminals, racists, sexists, and liars. >> a selfish little sleaze ball who will never be president of the united states.
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