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test, test, test, test, >> we're following more news today. a cash driver was viciously attacked saturday morning on west oilstop street. police say the driver was picking up two customers who then stabbed him several times and possible tazed him in the back of the head
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according to police. investigators say the man and woman took crash and credit cards then ran off. the driver is in stable condition. in boston police releasing new video of a person of interest in a carjacking. police reported the carjacking in late august on cumberland street off of huntington avenue. the woman was parking when a man got inside but she was able to escape. boston police are still investigating. >> airman nathan sartain of florida and khazei ruess of georgia dried. the aircraft crashed shortly after taking off. the cause of the crash hasn't been determined. >> we're following news across country. one person is dead and three others are injured after a gas explosion in a new york building saturday afternoon.
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fire officials say the blast tore through the front of the building and september debris flying into the street. they say the explosion may have been caused by a tenant disconnecting their stove. more than 200 firefighters responded to the scene. an investigation is under way. >> one driver says she is lucky to be alive after a tree falls down on top of her car while she was driving. when she saw the tree limbs falling she heart the gas and theover was -- driver was not injured. >> the race for the white house comes to massachusetts. a look inside bernie sander's stop in the state and the packed crowd that showed up. >> take a live look outside at the making strides against breast cancer walk which kicks off in a little while. we'll check in with 7 meteorologist pete bouchard who is live at the hatch shell. >> now that school is back in
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>> welcome back. we're going to take a look at your forecast, but first we're live all morning long on the banks of the charlie rivers. >> for a very good reason, the making strides for breast cancer walk is kicking off. let's get off to chief meteorologist pete bouchard who is up early. >> behind me talks write field hockey, schools are a big help in this walk, making strides against cancer, ladies, thank you very much. we have to do weather cap if you could keep it down to a dull roar.
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awesome. the walk is a rolling start here on the esplanade. they go out to cambridge and come back. thousands will be donating. you can help, american cancer society if you want to make an on-line donation, this is the day where we think back to the folks that didn't make it and are still struggling with this cancer and this disease. all the money goes to research and treatment to help women end the fight against breast cancer. so our forecast is looking pretty good all around and you know, we've had worse. we've had a lot of windy day, a lot of rain as well. some bullet paints in the making strides walk, 240 thousand cases will be estimated this year alone, that is astronomical. 5600 will be diagnosed alone in massachusetts. it's the second leading cause of death after lung kaneser, breast cancer is. so men and women can get this by the way so this disease is
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fighting. already, so it's rolling start between about 8:00 and 10:00. 2 to 5 file course that goes along the charles the whole way and already some walkers apparently are out there and they come back and mill about. the sound stage in the background of the hatchshell and we'll be having people talking throughout the day on that. our temperature is 53 degrees in boston. a little chilly but it's october. what do you want? the temperature in the 40s back through bedford and lexington. winds are gusting along the coast been but worcester, that is a breezy day. norwood as well. that is predominantly coastal event and the coastal winds will be strongest so we'll expect that through provincetown. plymouth and if you are on the shore roads and shore community expect the wind to persist through too many -- through tomorrow. too. joaquin is not bothering us at all. our weather is stagnating into monday.
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it has been about the same expect we weeded out a lot of the showers now. we still may have a couple of sprinkles later tonight and tomorrow morning but i think we'll remain dry. these are not rain producing clouds that we have. the weather model is going to respect. brightest across northern new england. the foliage is coming on decently although i've heard reports that it's about a week and a half behind. there is joaquin as he spins away not as big of a storm or as big of a problem as he was over the last couple of days of course in the bahamas category four, he is three so winds are still 120 miles an hour right near the core of the hurricane. then it spins over the north atlantic through tuesday and into wednesday. our forecast for today cool and windy. more clouds than sunshine. about 53-57. northeast wind will be gusty at times, we can't get out of the 50s but it looks like we will, eventually.
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we fall back to the 40s tonight. our wind is gusty and it looks like we'll be mostly dry tomorrow only a chance for a sprinkle. i kept that out of the forecast since it's less than 30%. week. despite what date and tomorrow will show with highs in the 50s, a little pro-normal so it's only october for a couple of days before we get back into more september-like weather. so we're here all morning long. we'll have crowds behind us and the crowds are crewing. the weather is cooperating, more updates as we go through the course of the morning, stay with us. >> thank you. still ahead today in new england we'll check in on the campaign trail. bernie sanders visiting the bay state as he continues to give hillary clinton competition in the polls. >> speaking of hillary clinton it was a late night for the front-runner, she
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>> now to voice your choice coverage. bernie sanders visited the state. he drew a large crowd at the convention center. thousands were at the rally as sanders tries to overcome hillary clinton's lead in the poll. >> welcome to the political revolution. [applause] >> reporter: to a crowd of thousands bernie sanders, vermont senator and democratic candidate spoke passionately. >> please envision a nation where every one no matter their race, their religion, their disability or their sexual orientation realizes the full promise of equality that is our birth rate as americans. >> reporter: the crowd one
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of the largest at sanders' campaign rally. something he is proud of along with his young voters. >> i think we're giverring the young people the kind of vision for a country that they would like to see. >> reporter: credit vicks you will dad sanders a socialist with little support in the senate. many said he has tough competition for the mom nomination. hillary clinton is considered the party lead and biden is jumping. what would you way to your critics? [inaudible] >> reporter: supporters say he is the answer for the country's fight. >> i think it's time for some real change in our democracy and taking it back from powerful corporations. >> hillary i don't think will stand a chance near him because he is talking the truth. no one else will. >> reporter: kelli o'hara, 7 news, today in new england. >> hillary clinton making an appearance on the season premier of s.n.l.
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she performed in a stage with actress kate mckinon who is portraying hillary clinton. the real hillary clinton played a bartender and they talked about donald trump. >> i'm so darned bummed. all anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> isn't he the one that is like uqh, you are all losers. [applause] do you think he will win the primaries? >> .>> i want to be the one to take him down. >> reporter: the election is just over a year ago, s.n.l.views can expect a lot of police stations and politicalling a picts on the -- aspects on the show. >> donald trump made a stop in tennessee on saturday. he gave an emotionally charged speech before a crowd of more than 1500 people. he spoke about guns and the second amendment and fixing
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carli fiorina attended a house party for him. fiorina took questions from about 75 people and spoke on a variety of topics including national security and the space industry. fiorina attracted the stump casino tearing down a home in atlantic city to rebuild a parking lot. >> coming up next this is a live look at the d.c.r.hatch shell where the making strides against breast cancer walk is starting.
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>> all morning long we're checking in live at the hatchshell where the making stride dweebs breast cancer walk is taking center stage this morning. >> it's set to kick off in a bit. pete bouchard is live there this morning with a final check of your forecast. pete? >> that's right. we'll be around by 9:00, we'll have more but we've already crowds forming and we are expecting 40,000 people to walk and sponsor someone cancer. each year i'm amazed at the stories and outpouring of support and the courageousness that i see from all these people and there are some great stories we'll go through. bullet points, since 1993 more than 11 million supporters have raised more been incredible. this year expecting many to
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go beyond what they raised million. every donation counts. >> our forecast is decent. sunshine, clouds, our temperature also hold in the 50s, a little chilly but it driving rain, too. the wind is a little breezy but it's not too bad here. out at logan airport it's gusting to 30 miles per hour, the winds will be strongest at the water front. that is key to the forecast today. elsewhere it's just a breezy day. our temperatures this morning in the 50s, not going very far today at all. i'm not pushing the numbers beyond mid 50s in boston. what you see is what you get and what you are dressing for. 53-57. more clouds than sunshine although, you know, we had a better sung ankle i would expect it to be a bit sunnier
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to warm it up in the 60 60s to 70s by wednesday, pete bouchard. >> pete is going to stick with us live at the strides against breast cancer walk. that's going to do it for us for now on this sunday morning. thank you for joining us, i'm kris anderson. >> i'm jennifer egan. have a great day. we'll see you here again at 9:00. maxx your thing at t.j.maxx
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