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>> anchor: investigators say that officer opened fire after the man started ramming his suv into a police cruiser. 7's kelly o'hara has the latest at approximately 10:00 this afternoon the beverly police department received a call from a suicidal man become the coming center . >> anchor: moments later police arrive it a aattic scene unfold unfolding on this quiet street. an suv ramming another car and it didn't stop there. >> reporter: i saw a green gmc gmcenvoy ramming into the cruis cruisers back and forth and also he ran into the other suv in front. the next thing that happened is officer in the cruiser behind him ran up and drew a gun and it just all happened so fast . >> anchor: a 49-year-old hamilton man shot and kill by the officer. alicia said her mom was the one
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in the other car who was getting hit . i do know my mom did call 9 911 and, yeah, just trying to protect her friend and just get help. my mom was just trying to do the right thing and it's just, i don't know. something must have snapped. he is mentally ifor. he is very ill . >> anchor: she told 7 news she trying to figure out what led up to the incident. the da asking the same questions. the individuals knew each other. we won't say at this point whether it was an actual domestic incident . >> anchor: as for only that live around here, they wish this situation ended differently . just awful for it to turn out the way it did. i wish it could have been rea different way, you know? i personally don't feel there was a need to, you know, draw the weapon and shoot . >> anchor: kelly o'hara, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: a condo in franklin up in flames. this was the scene at a seenior development after a deadly explosion rocked a unit there setting it on fire. now we're learning that the
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john cuoco has more . >> reporter: an early morning inferno saturday in franklin . it was gone right away . >> reporter: this conoh a senior development in town went up in flames just before 7:00. nation say they heard the explosion. horrible blast and we didn't see anything, we didn't know whether it was a sonic boom or whatever . >> reporter: it wasn't long before they realized what was . within two minutes of sound looked out back and the butting was completely engulfed. it was really quick . >> reporter: it took fire fighters an hour to get raging . the fire did have a substantial headway us prior to to the ferocity of the fire . as soon as they can could investigators began etching the smoking rubble where they found two bodies. they have been identified as nancy and richard brown both 66 years old it's a disease after for us and for the community of
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>> reporter: we're toll el was new to the neighborhood and just moved here from florida and had family in the area . they were just nice green parent . they have only been here a couple weeks of my wife and i never met them. i know other people have. i feel horrible for them of course . >> reporter: john cuoco, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: also this morning boston police are on alert them believe there may be a connection between a string of robberies and a sexual assault that happened in dorchester. police are searching for this person. take a look at your screen. he is the man in the red shirt and khaki pants. investigators say he is a person of interest in four robberies that happened near ridge wood street. police think there may be a connection between those robberies and a sexual assault that happened shortly after. in both cases the victim had similar descriptions of their attacker. anyone with information is asked to call police. >> anchor: a watermain break causing trouble in wakefield. this with a the scene at the intersection of green and main streets on saturday. the water spilling out on to the
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road there. the break is now fixed. no word on a cause. and new this morning the mbta is closing part of the red line this weekend to prepare for winter. the red line between the jfk umass and quincy center stations is being replaced by shuttle buses throughout the weekend. that way crews can continue replacing third rail and switch heaters on the line. last winter heavy snow severely crippled the mbta trains causing hours long delays for commuters. commuters.. this morning. patriots back in action today after their bye week and they are facing off on cowboys over . >> anchor: the team looking to keep their so far undefeated season in tact. he is with the preview. >> reporter: good morning from downtown dallas. a little later today patriots and cowboys meeting in one markey games for week five in the nfl. tom abouty been a headline all year long off the field but he is a major story line heading into today's game.
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of one greg hardy returning from a four-game suspension and didn't shy away from the mic at all to take shots at the pats qb. i hope i come out guns blazing. i am full of excitement and juice and ready to go . >> reporter: cowboys rush end greg heardy making his season debut sunday and if his motor an oh the field runs as much as his mouth, patriots might be in some trouble . brady is not an easy opponent for your debut games a cowboy. how do you view that? same way i did last time i saw him. hopefully on the ground. did you sack him last time? ask him. come again? luckily, he gave me one so thank god for tom brady. you know? >> reporter: tom grady the consummate pro not taking bait even after hardy took a subtle . i'm just getting ready to play. i have to focus on my job. he is a great player. we it takes a lot of different things to handle a guy like that.
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>> reporter: opposite of brady nearing a dire situation for the cowboys with brandon weeden o and 2 in relief of ton oh romo and no dez bryant to throw to . they change week to week regardless of who the quarterback is. it looks like i would say weeden has a lot of talent to make the throws . having romo and all of those other guys in there a lot more experience. there is more to do. they know the play book more so that's kind of hard to short . the patriot defense looking for a complete showing here against the dallas cowboys. pretty impressive against jack jacksonville two weeks ago. illooking for that 60 minute game and they should absolutely be able to do it against the cowboy offense playing without tony romo and dez bryant. reporting in downtown dallas, trey daerr, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: more sports for you. bruins were back in action last night taking on the canadians still without accident oh chara. montreal jumps out to the lead early nonthis one up 3-0 before the bruins could find the back
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of the net. b's end up falling 4-2 and now dropped their first two games of the season. >> anchor: still ahead on today in new england, marching with a message. dozens show up to support a newly elected class president targeted by rareliy charged text. >> anchor: plus, should he face jail time? the latest on a military recommendation for beau bergdahl. >> anchor: two explosions rock the capitol in turkey. the search to find out who is
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>> anchor: now to a developing story out of the middle east. turkish protestors march through the streets of istanbul after two explosions rock the capitol of ankara killing 95 people yesterday. now the turkish prime minister says all signs point to a suicide bombing. nbc's richarden gel has more from istanbul. >> reporter: this was an absolute atrocity. young people were gathering in ankara. student leaders, people from trade unions, they were there for a peace rally, a israeli demanding that the turkish government stop its low level war against kurdish militant groups and as they were just starting to arrive in their numbers growing in ankara, not far from the ankara train station where many of them were arriving. two massive explosions, dozen dozenings were killed, more than 120 were injured. some of the injured had to be brought away, carried in the
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brought to the rally. i was walking next to a stage rally truck. right here behind two banners an explosion went off of the we lay on the ground. there were two bombs but the one that went off here was a very strong one. >> reporter: this bears all of the hallmarks of an isis style attack. it has been operating quite open several years. isis is not the only possible suspect. there are also kurdish militant groups here, there are other radical groups that are not affiliated with isis, many possible suspects and the reason it is so suspicious in the minds of many turks is because of the timing. in just three weeks, there are key elections in this country and people at the rally today, those who survived, most of them are not supporters of the government and they have already been accusing the government of not doing enough to protect them them. richard engel, nbc news, istanbul .
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details this morning in the sergeant beau bergdahl military hearing of bergdahl's lawyers say the u.s. military officer in charge of last month's hearing has recommended no jail time for bergdahl of the legal team says they agree that bergdahl faced non-judicial punishment which means he would avid a guilty verdict and possible maximum penalty of life in prison. in march bergdahl was charged with desertion and misbehavior for the enemy before the an me after he was held hostage by the taliban for five years. back here locally experts say an officer is justified in the shooting death of a 12-year-old boy. it happened in ohio. it amir rice had a examplen gun in his rice hen he was shot by november of 2014. officers responded to calls that there was a man with a pistol. a grand jury will decide if the officers involved will face charges. >> anchor: coming up, it's a soldier surprise. two middle school students get the shock of a lifetime.
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alive look at the city. a beautiful morning out there . >> anchor: beautiful day yesterday. great lance to get outdoors and enjoy the such shine and hope hopefully today can have a repeat performance . >> anchor: we're also talking about a little bit of a warmup too . >> anchor: absolutely. those temperatures just keep getting bet and better staying mild and dry for today and tomorrow, even warmer tomorrow if you can believe it. so these are the days for layers when mother nature keeps us guessing we show her we're on our toes by wearing a coat in the morning. we need that right now and then in the afternoon you can take the jacket off and have a t-shirt because it will warm up very quickly. 49 in bedford, 55 in boston right now and for wood at 54 is pretty incredible. that's 20 degrees of warming since the morning lows just a few hours ago. so we are in for that boost in temperatures this afternoon. a but a breeze in norwood and also boston and out on the cape as well. provincetown sustained winds between ten and 120 miles per
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hour. so the breeze might be something to contend with today. a few clouds but those will salemme melt away. sunshine winning out once again for us. i do want to mention though if you take a look far to the north near quebec and also in the crown of maine last night and early this morning a little bit of snow, 'tis the season. luckily for us though, high pressure again boosting that warming trend for us, keeping us nice and dry. so mostly sunny today, milder, 6 66 to 71 and overnight tonight not as cold as it was last night and into this morning. mid 40's to even the mid 50's. now highs today that should say 70. we are above normal and then tomorrow another boost in the temperatures takes us to about ten degrees above normal for this time of year. soak it up while it's here, cold colder air will be entering back into the picture as we get into the middle of this week. possibly a few showers, again, most likely as we get to the southeastern part of the state,
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the morning on tuesday but then isolated showers are a possibility later in the day on tuesday as a cold front pushes through and, yes, that starts the temperature drop but then those temperatures keep dropping as we get into next weekend. dry for today, tomorrow again isolated showers for tuesday, a possibility for wednesday. the warmth peaks tomorrow and while we stay in the 70's for tuesday, not as enjoyable only because the clouds have increased and question have to watch out for showers. topsfield fair, what a way to wrap up a great season into the mid 70's tomorrow. enjoy it, lots of sunshine, still have to keep the spf handy and a look at my 7 on 7 forecast as i mentioned soak up those 70's back into the mid to upper 50's. much cooler air settling in as we get into next weekend. see you in a few. >> anchor: bri, thanks. also on 7 two middle school students had an unexpected surprise at school. it happened during the daily pledge of allegiance ceremony. these sisters were absolutely
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appeared on the tv screens. fresh off the yearlong deployment to afghanistan his daughters had no idea he was back yet. the family then had an emotional reunion out of the hallway. no words to describe it really . >> anchor: well, sergeant is going to be home for a while. he says the family is having a big celebration this weekend. lots of smiles. >> anchor: good they are all back together. pumpkin season by the way got started a little willy over in colorado . hundreds taking part in a special event to get in the halloween spirit. wow, okay. 18 teams competed in the annual pumpkin chucking contest. challenging each other to see who could launch their pumpkins the farther. these guys want to figure how the best way to get their pumpkin dunn range as for as possible. >> anchor: .
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sophisticated. >> anchor: that looks wild. a similar contest will be held in new hampshire in two weeks. i think you should start working on your contraption . you know it's not as popular, it's the pumpkin catching contest. the guy at the other end. they look creative . marching in lowell. they have a message. supporting a newly elethe class president after he reived . >> anchor: bill cosby finally testifies under oath right here in boston. what a high profile lawyer for one of does bow's accusers says she wants more answers . >> anchor: first a hole coming dream come true. one young girl in the fight of her life gets to live out her dream of being the queen. >> reporter: fall ahere around that means winter is right around corner . >> reporter: before it gets too cold we'll let know three things to do to your house to lower your energy bills. >> reporter: that's monday
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>> anchor: homecoming is a special night and student at a adown very shy school football team made sure it would be a night to remember for a very special three-year-old girl . >> anchor: sweet little girl there. she is in a fight of her life but for one night she had a chance to be royalty. here is nancy chen . >> reporter: she just turned three years old and her nurses say she is the strongest girl in the world.
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little abbie was born with several complications. she had a number of open-heart surgeries and wasn't expected to live past six weeks old. this summer members of a high school football team near denver colorado, avi's backyard of a debris and grass that she fell in love with . when we saw that little girl walk out on her new lawn it touched my heart so much. i wanted to cry. it's something that immediately touched us. there are so few times your life where you can feel an immediate impact. she made such an impact on the team . let's get her in the middle. >> reporter: that they wanted to do more . there is something special about high school and about a high school football game on a friday night and meeting little avi we wanted to make sure we could share that experience with her of what a high school homecoming night was. >> reporter: so the team invit invited avi to their home coming game on friday. we'll play for her . >> reporter: and crown her homecoming queen .
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walk out, be crowned queen, something she won't probably experience ever so it means a lot to us. >> reporter: the newly crowned queen had just as big of an impact on the teal as they did on her . coach always has a saying, choose life and that little girl chose life. nancy chen, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: i love that moment when the big football player held her . >> anchor: so touching. still ahead in the next half hour of 7 news today if new england. look at. this hitting a football stadium out west, stan literally turning into water falls. the water crashes over the seats and down on to the field below . >> anchor: yikes. frightening pictures there. mother nature keeping us guess guessing this week with want followed by cold air at the end of the week. the forecast is still to come p . >> anchor: plus, new details in the death of bobbi kristina brown.
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. >> anchor: bill cosby testifies underoath here in boston.
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one lawyer wants more answers . >> anchor: up in , fire tears through a home in jamaica plain as fire crews race to the scene. >> anchor: marching with a message after a newly elected class president receives racial threats. dozens turn out to stand for equality. 9:31. hope you are having a good sunday so far. we have a beautiful morning out there this morning and a little bit of a warmup on the way too. let's get write over to bri eggers for a check of the weekend forecast. bri? >> reporter: cold one tore many of us today. get outside of the city of boston well into the 30's, nashua 39, bedford as well. 34 in norwood and even for martha's vineyard so, yes, some patchy frost that we saw very early this morning, but those temperatures are already making their rebound. it is warm, 20 degrees in norwood, already with the sun having risen just before the 7:00 hour. now a bit of a president as you get into norwood and boston and down on the cape. that will stick around with us
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into the afternoon. it's not a nuisance, just sort of there. ten to 15 mile-per-hour winds and a few clouds passing through but those will move on out of here and melt away sunshine, winning out for us once again. high pressure keeping things nice and dry and also giving us that temperature boost. not just today taking those high highs into the mid to upper 60's to near 70. could hit that mark in some locations but also even amplified tomorrow well into the 70's for many locations, it feels more like august than it does the middle of object. so howl does this last? we'll get to that extended forecast coming up just a few minutes . >> anchor: here is a look at today's top stories. a beverly police officer shoots and kills a man after a confrontation on saturday. police say the 49-year-old man was ramming other cars with his suv including ramming a police cruiser. that's when the officer opened fire killing that man. police are still investigating as to what led up to this incident. a deadly fire the a condo in frank lynn early saturday
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morning. here is a look at some individual could that was sent in by a 7 news viewer. witnesses say they heard an explosion, then they saw the building engulfed in flames. took fire fighters an hour to get that fire put out. beth victims were 66 years old and just moved up here from florida. officials are investigating the cause of that fire. >> anchor: bill cosby breaking his silence testifying underoath in boston about sexual assault allegations and now the lawyer for an alleged victim is asking for even more answers from the comedian. bill cosby faced lawyers for one of his accusers friday during a 7 hour long deposition. the deposition began in boston at approximately 9:00 a.m. eastern standard time and ended at approximately 4:30 p.m. >> anchor: gloria alred, an attorney known for take on high profile cases including other women who have accused cosby of sexual assault wouldn't say exactly where the two parties met or what cosby said.
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the 78-year-old comedian owns a home in western massachusetts. testimony in friday's deposition will be sealed until at least december 22 . >> anchor: i will say that my client was not present and that's all i can say because i have said in the past she did not intend to be present . >> anchor: alred's client claims in 1974 when she was just 15 years old cosby molested her at the "playboy" mansion . she is happy the deposition of mr. cosby and her deposition are preceding as planned. howl of you believe you were drugged? >> anchor: the deposition happened hours before an of"dateline." story. bill cosby has not been charged with any crime and hasn't spoken publicly about the allegations. >> reporter: several television stations pulled cosby cosby's tv shows amid allegations. universities have also revoked does bow's honor area degrees.
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>> anchor: a house in jamaica plain goes up in flames. fire fighters responded to the fire that break out just after 4:00 saturday afternoon. it willtic a look at the scene now on dunsr road. look at the flamesen gulfing that house a fire official says the cause of the fire still being investigated. good news here is nobody was hurt. in fitchburg a home there caught on fire on henry street. the smoke could be seen coming out of the roof. thick, black smoke. no word if anyone was hurt. that cause is still being investigated as well. >> anchor: also this morning, marching with a message. dozens from the lowell high school community rallying around the newly elected class president who was hand targeted by racial threats. 6 students were suspended after those racist tent messages were made public but as 7's nancy chen explains on saturday many classmates were standing together for equality.
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after messages of hate rocked a high school community. family, friends and members of the community gathering in front of lowell high school to support the newly elected class president who has been the target of racist comments from his classmates. this is more than obviously it's not justice for me, it's justice for everyone . >> reporter: investigators say the racist text messages starred in a group but were quickly coming to light last week. they were cause to impeach him. one said rule out blacks and . it seems that it is still going on now diversity in the school isn't a reflection of how tolerant community members in >> reporter: school officials say six students were suspended but community members say the school needs to take more action. it's been disappointing to
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itself and it seems the city to make sure that this is something that isn't just being reacted to but actively solved . nancy chen, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: new details in the death of whitney hue continue's daughter. the family bobbi kristina brown is accusing her boyfriend of injecting her with a toxic mixture and leaving her face down in the bathtub. attorneys for brown allege the twoen ed in a violent altercation before he injected her. gordon called police after he january. she died in july. autopsy details have not been released. actor randy quaid and his wife are awaiting charges after they were busted trying to cross the canadian border into vermont. they were arrested on out outstanding fell thee warrants issued in 2012678 the actor says the warrant have to do with a dispute officer property in california. bail has been set at $500,000. >> anchor: also on 7, thousands gathered in washington saturday
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for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. the event brought attention to oppression and called for justice for groups organizers say have been marginalized. the leaders of islam, the nation of islam leaders spoke at the event and said young people are the future of the cause. what good are we if we don't prepare young people to carry the torch? >> anchor: the father of michael brown whose death sparked the ferguson, missouri protest in 2014 also spoke at the event. we're following news across the country now this morning a plane with two people on board crashed into a house in northern california right here the nevada state line. it was a small plane that had just taken off from lake tahoe airport before it crashed into the two story home saturday. less then pile from the airport where it took off from. the crash caused a brief fire. it was quickly put out. it's scary because this is a very small, tight-knit
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stick together, my understanding was that was a rental house but we all stick to the. officials say while no one on the ground was hurt, there ask no official word on the condition of the two who are on board that plane. an investigation is now under way. a suspect is dead after serious seriously injuring a michigan police deputy with a cross bow in michigan. the suspect's neighbors say it started with a confrontation over a supposedly stolen marijuana plant. suspects stabbed the neighbors brother with a pitchfork. that's when police were called over to the scene. it was just pop, pop, pop. i'm like what the heck? then, finally a buddy pulled in here and he is like, yeah, he got one of the cops with a cross bow. i'm like oh wow. >> anchor: pretty wild. officers say the deputy is in serious condition after the initial shot the police returned fire killing that suspect. this case . >> anchor: a 16 cold boy takes a deadly drop down an elevator shaft.
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in new york with his friends when he fell 7 stories. it happened saturday afternoon. debtives say they think the group broke into the building. they should have security. have a guard or have someone patrol the area every so often but as soon as school is out this is where people hang out. >> anchor: police are still investigating the by's death and exactly what the teens were doing at the abandoned building. thine workers are hurt after a bridge collapses at a construction site near los angeles late on friday. authorities say the crew was tearing dunn a temporary bridge when it fell. the condition of the workers is still unknown . so while ather causing quite the chaos out west. take a look at the video we have for you. it's it a high school football stadium in tacoma, with a wash. recent rains caused water to gush down those steps right on to the field below. this is stadium high school's bowl filling with cascading falls.. just minutes later was soaked.
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cody a junior on the football team caught the deluge on camera. it was crazy because you can hear it rushing and it's like a waterfall. it was amazing. several bands of showers moving through the area kept tacoma flooded. soccer coach adam backer says the water may have blown out their entire season. we got senior night coming up, we've got big games coming up here at home to push for the layoffs and if the fields close it takes away from the season. this was a highway in the area where sewers were so over shooting several feet into the air. the rains also caused a small mudslide in some of the lanes. road crews work to clean it up but by the end of the day they were told to go home. it was too wet and dangerous with a threat of more mud slides slides. it was more rain than anyone here had bargained for. last two years it's the only time i have ever seen something crazy like that happen happen. >> anchor: isn't that wild? a spokesperson for the school says there was no damage to the stadium itself and all the water has been drained.
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>> anchor: there is a lot more ahead on today this new england . >> anchor: including an invasion in a california beach. look at that. find out which crustacean is
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crabs washing up on popular beach spots along the golden state. the animals are native to mexico drawn up to the warmer waters now. people in the area say it's stage to see them farther up the coastline . these guys are more common commonly found in southern california, especially in san diego where it's a lot warmer and it's actually really interesting to see these guys up here because it's a lot colder up here than it is down south. a group of sea gulls help helping to clean up beach which might not be good news there . >> anchor: lobster men in maine cashing in after a big boom in business. lobsters now cost more than $4 ray pound in the state. dealers say colder ocean temperatures have resulted in fewer lobsters in the traps that can be hauled in. that's parts of the hike in prices. this is the most lobsters have cost in maine since 2 07 . >> anchor: you are talking about how they molt differently when it's colder? warmer temperatures mean they molt sooner.
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>> anchor: coming out of your cell there talking about lobsters. president oh ama has words for kanye wet. what he had to say about west's possible run for the white house. >> anchor: yesterday was nice but today we can do better and tomorrow even better yet.
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>> anchor: record heat h southern california this weekend large crowds jumped into the water at haven't us beach to stay cool. i'm sure that happens quit a bit bit. the national weather service said the temperatures reached 10 108 degrees on saturday. officials say about 60 people in the area suffered heat exhaustion and 20 went to the hospital. but foreclosures expect temperatures to cool down this week. somewhere between winter and that i think is the sweet spot. i think we're pretty much in that right now . >> anchor: we're talking 108 temperatures out west then snowfall in parts of the northeast we saw. lots of sunshine though here in boston yesterday. bri, it was beautiful . >> anchor: it just gets better and bet are for us as we head through the next couple days. that's generally what happens. you get that nice high pressure
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there and then you get a lot of cool weather and in the northeast and that snow last night. i will show that you in a second second. 55 this boston right now. a bit of a breeze out of the southwest but the good news to that is under that southwesterly flow we'll see these temperatures boost as question get into the afternoon. 54 in norwood now argue big improvement from a couple of hours ago. bottomed out at 34 so some patchy trust this morning. shouldn't have to worry about that for the next couple of bus days. again, a bit of a breeze norwood boston ten to 15 mile-per-hour sustained winds, it could get gusty from time to time and also out on cape cod. but really it's not even a nuisance wind today. it's just something you might notice from time to time. few clouds, passing through, 495 right now, maybe into boston a little later but those will move on out, sunshine, winds again today and high pressure is keeping things nice and dry for us. also, above thing those temperatures with the return flow out of the southwest. so mostly sunny today, 66 to 71.
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highs this afternoon and we are well before normal into tomorrow tomorrow. 44 to 54 overnight tonight. watch what happens with our high highs today in those mid to upper 60's to the mid to upper 70's as we get into tomorrow. nashua could hit 77, 72 for bed a beautiful columbus day in store for us. again, as that high pressure keepsed sunshine around and keeps the temperatures boosting in from the southwest. now as we get into tuesday, there could be a chance for some isolated showers. again with the system or what's left of it, just offshore and then also a cold front pushing through on tuesday. yes, cooler air behind that and it looks like it really settles in for next weekend. so enjoy the next couple of days if warmth is your thing. next best chance for rain again tuesday, slight chance for wednesday. the warmth peaks tomorrow and while the 70's are still with us for tuesday, the includes will make it not as nice as tomorrow will be. fall certainly upon us.
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weekend and, yeah, again i do think it will be a bit chilly for that, mid 50's it looks like with even some wind as we get into next weekend. we'll keep an eye on that cool down though. see you in a few minutes. >> anchor: up next in the buzz president obama has some words of advice for kanye west's planned presidential run . >> anchor: comedian amy schumer made her way to 30 rock last night to take on saturday night live, i recap of the star's into
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in case kanye is seer about this whole potu it's thing or as he calls it peezy, i do have advice for him. >> anchor: well, the president gave the advice saturday while at a fund-raiser in san rapper perform. the er in chief poked fun at kanye saying he will have to spend time with the people who act like they are on a row alley tv show. a clear reference obviously to . >> anchor: amy schumer hosting saturday night live for the first time last night. of course the train wreck star is getting a lot of attention this morning, especially for one skit she starred in last night. a parody gun commercial. also guns. guns are there. in little moments.
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and big ones. when things fall apart or it all comes together. they unite us. >> anchor: the sarcastic skit concludes with wherever life takes you, guns, they are here to stay. tracy morgan takes over hosting duties next weekend. up next on today in new england, major league controversy between the dodgers and mets . >> anchor: dodgers star look at this sliding into second base comes under fire after some say he tried to fog over another
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>> anchor: a suspect shot an i can by police in beverly. what officers say mapped moments before they had it use deadly force . >> anchor: an explosion in franklin taking a tragic turn. neighbors remember a couple as investigators search for a cause cause. >> anchor: getting well wishes from his hospital bed. we'll have an update on the condition of an american hero who was stabbed in sacramento . >> anchor: plus, it's the computer versial slide that everyone is talking about this morning. a dodgers player take a short stop out of post season play. good morning, everyone. ' jennifer egan. plenty of news ahead in this half hour but i hope your sunday is off to a spectacular start. yesterday the weather was glorious, so are we lucky enough to get another day of in . >> anchor: sounds a good day to soak up the sun outside .
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>> anchor: absolutely. this is the perfect weather just what we need to see those leaves really change over to the peak colors. sunny afternoon followed by very cool morning. we had that this monk. patchy frost out there. 34 was the low in norwood but look at how those temperatures have rebounded, already near 60 degrees all around the city of boston. 58 right now in boston and a bit of a breeze out of the southwest ten to 20 mile-per-hour sustained winds. it could get combusty from time to time. it's just a breeze that will be there into the afternoon but it shouldn't ruin any of yours plans. a few clouds passing through, sunshine winning out once again for us and a boost in temperatures not just today taking us into the mid to upper 60's but also tomorrow taking us in to the mid to upper 70's of how long will this warmth stick around with us? we'll get the extended forecast coming up in just a few minutes. we're following breaking news this morning. weymouth police are investigat investigating a fatal accident. it happened just before midnight on middle street.
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police say the car struck i tilt tilty pole. three people were taken to south shore hospital. the fourth passenger, a 29 29-year-old boston man was pronounced dead. the driver is under arrest and being charged with reckless operation and speeding. he is being held on bail. also breaking overnight, a fire breaks out at a building in quincy. it happens around 5:00 this morning at an epibuild on lebanon street. you can see fire crews putting the out here. no one was hurt. the cause is still unknown. >> anchor: a man shot and killed by an officer in beverly. police say the man rammed his car into an officer's cruiser several times. >> anchor: investigators are trying to integrity out what led up to the deadly confrontation. 7's kelly o'hara has more on what we learned about the suspect. beverly police department received a call of a suicidal coming center . >> anchor: moments later police arrived it a dramatic scene unfolding on this quiet street. an suv ramming another car and
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it didn't stop there. >> anchor: i saw the green gmc back and forth and he also ran into the other suv in front. the nextening that happened is the officer that was in the cruiser behind him ran up and . >> anchor: a 49-year-old man shot and killed by that officer. aleash says her mother was the one in the other car who is . i do know that my mom did call 911 and, yeah, just trying get help. my mom was just trying to do the don't know. something must have snapped. he is mentally i. he is very ill . >> anchor: she is still trying it figure out what led up to this incident. a da asking the same question. other. we're not going to say at that point in time whether it was an . >> anchor: as for people who live and here, they wish the situation ended differently .
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it was awful for it to turn out the way it did. i wish i could have been resolved a different way, you know? i personally don't feel there was a need to draw the weapon and shoot . >> reporter: kelly o'hara, 7 news today in new england . >> anchor: a condo goes new flames in franklin. havors trying to figure out what sparked a deadly blast and fire the a couldn't so complex in franklin. two bodies pulled from the ashes after fire fighters finally extinguish the flames. now we're learning that the couple killed has just moved here from florida. >> reporter: an early monk inferno saturday in franklin. it was gone. . >> reporter: this condo a senior development in town went new flames just before 7:00. explosion . horrible blast. and we didn't see anything. we didn't know it was a sonic boom or whatever. >> reporter: but it wasn't long before they realized what was going on. the two minutes of the sound looked out back and the it was really quick . it took fire fighters an
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hour to get the raging flames under control. the fire did have a substantial headway us prior to our arrival which really seeks to the for ity of the fire . as son as they could, investigators began searching the smoking rubble. that's where they found two about ease. they have been identified as nancy and richard brown, both 66 years old. it's a disease after for us us. it is a disaster for the community. we're all very saddened . >> anchor: we're told the couple were new to the neighborhood and just moved here from florida because they have family in the area . they walked every morning, just nice grandparents. grandpa and grandma . we never met the people here this. i have only been here a could you e8 weeks. my wife and i never met them. i know other people have. i feel horrible for them of course . >> reporter: john cuoco, 7 news today in new england . also this morning boston list are on alert. they believe there may be a connection between a string of rob are ease and a sexual assault in dorchester. police are now searching for this person. tic a close look.
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and khaki pants. investigators believe he is a person of interest in four rob ease near ridge wood street. now police also think there may be a connection teen those rob are ease and a sexual assault that happened shortly after. in both cases the both case have attacker. call police . >> anchor: also on 7 bill cosby breaking his silence testifying under oath here in boston about sexual assault allegations. now the lawyer for an alleged victim is asking for even more answers from the comedian. bill cosby faced lawyers for one of his acruisers friday during a 7 hour long deposition. the deposition began in boston at approximately 9:00 a.m. eastern standard time. and ended at approximately 4:30 p.m. >> reporter: gloria alred, an terrible known for taking on high profile cases wouldn't say exactly where the two parties met or what cosby said.
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the 78-year-old comedian owns a home in western massachusetts. testimony in friday's deposition will be sealed until at least december 22 . i will say that my client was not present and that's all i can say. because i have said in the past that she did not intend to be present. alred's client claims in 19 1974 when she was just 15 years old, cosby molested here at the "playboy" mansion. miss "the hot chick" is happy the deposition of mr. cosby and her deposition are proceeding as planned. >> anchor: how many of you believe you were drugged by bill cosby . >> reporter: the deposition friday happened hours before an episode of"dateline." 27 women who have accused cosby of sexually assaulting them gave their side the story. bill cosby has not been ed with any crime and hasn't spoken publicly about the allegations. >> anchor: several sell vision station have pulled kos bow's tv shows amid the allegations. universities have also revoked cosby's honorary degrees .
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>> anchor: developing story now protests breaking out this morning in istanbul turkey after a bomb attack kills at least 95 people over the weekend. protestors marching through the streets, blaming the turkish government for the attacks. they threw roxanne set off as police retaliated with smoke grenades. officials suspect two suicide bombers struck a peace rally outside of a train station. in addition to the 95 people who were killed, 246 others were hurt in that attack. turkey's prime minister says kurdish rebels or isis militants could be responsible for the bombing. >> anchor: there are new details in the death of whitney hue continue's daughter of the family of bobbi kristina brown is accusing her boyfriend, nick gordon, of unnexting her with a toxic mixture and leaving her face down in a bathtub. attorneys for brown allege the two engaged in a violent fight before he injected her. gordon called police after he found brown in the bath tub back in january. she died in july. autopsy details have not been released.
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spencer stone, one of the men who helped stop a terrorist attack on a train in fans, recovering in the hospital from a stabbing. you can see hill on the rye here here. his friend posted this picture of himself and stone an on instagram. stone was stabbed multiple times in sacramento following an altercation outside of a nightclub a few days ago. but now seems to be on the road to recovery. >> anchor: still ahead on 7 news today in new england this morning, local community rallying for justice after a black student becomes the target of racist and threatening tent messages . plus, another big day for the pats as they get ready to take on the cowboys down in dallas in a sunday show down. >> anchor: mostly sunny skies today, mid to upper 60's for most and tomorrow even warmer.
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>> anchor: the national zoo giving its look at its new panda baby named beb e. the smithsonian ed out a video of bebe getting a massage before his routine physical. cute little fellow . >> anchor: not badding bebe . >> anchor: bebe getting bebeed by the zoo coop there. we're being bebeed by the weather . >> reporter: bottle it up. our director assistant was just saying what should you wear to go out today? i say these are the days for layers. you need that jacket, maybe that sweater early on then in the afternoon you will be glad you can take off the jacket and have
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short leaves because it will be gorgeous as we get into this afternoon. morning lows though may be what us guessing. a very cold day for us, 34 in norwood, some patchy frost out there. we saw that in many of those low lying spots outside of the city of boston. but we've already made a really decent rebound. 58 degrees right now in norwood and for boston as well. today mostly sunny, milder temperatures, it will be a bit breeze ooh along the cape and also for the coastline. 66 to 71 for our highs. peak color been a little late. we've been talking about this. mca week or two behind. well, the sunny afternoon followed by the cool morning like we have been seeing is perfect for those colors to really pop because the sunny afternoon help the leaves to produce the sugar and then the cold morning help them to hold on to that sugar and hen they change colors. so kind of like hole your breast and your face turns red. that's what is happening with the leaves and cool morning and we're finally seeing that peak color bleeding a little farther south.
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i even got a call this morning from somebody saying it's almost as if it's backwards. you get into western mass and you see some really gorgeous peak color you drive north and you get more green of think way, pockets of it takes some great pictures. wind we are getting that wind or that breeze out of the southwest a bit windy in the city of boston right now. stabbed win at 20 miles per hour hour. a few clouds popping up but as i mentioned ultimately sunshine wins out because high pressure still in control. check out what's happening up north though of we did see little bit of snow up in the crown of maine just a messenger. highs today mid to upper 60's, again you want to take off the jacket and then into tomorrow you will not even need to think about the jacket. mid to upper 70's as we get that tomorrow afternoon. mostly clear tonight, not as cold as it was, so mr. tomato plant will live to see another few days provided you brought him in last night. high pressure slides away as we make it into tuesday and possible showers, that's our net best chance for that, plus a cool shot of air behind a cold
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front on tuesday. the warmth peaks tomorrow and, yeah, we could get isolated showers as we make it into the middle of the week. topsfield fair wraps up and what an ending it is. 75 degrees for columbus day. here is a look at the 7 on 7 forecast of the bottle it up if you can because as we get that the end of next week some much cooler air is in store for us. new this morning, the mbta is closing part of the red line this weekend to prepare for winter. the red line between the jfk umass and quincy center station is being replaced by shuttle buses throughout the weekend. that way crews can continue replacing third rail and switch heaters on the line. last winter as you may remember, i'm sure it's still there for you, heavy snow severely crippled the mbta trains causing hours long delays for commuters. >> anchor: members of a lowell community are standing to the to support a newly elected class president who has been targeted by some of his classmates. investigators say racist at the
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messages geared toward newly elected class president started in a private group. but they quickly spread to the entire school. he claims school officials tried covering the incidents up. this isn't justice for me. it's just it is for etch. lowell is supposed to be a diverse city and stuff like this is happening. when i was at lowell high and it seems it's still going on now, diversity in the school isn't a reflection of how tolerant community members in the school are say six students were suspended . coming on news station, the patriots on the road in dallas as they try to keep their un undefeated season in tact . >> anchor: also ahead, the video that everyone is talking about this morning. pretty gruesome hen you look at it. the controversial slide that is
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>> anchor: a controversial slide at the mets versus dodgers game last night leaves one player with a broken leg. check out the video. dodgers player chase utley coming in hard to second base, tagging out mets shore rubin tej tejada. many this morning are questioning whether he did it on purpose too. utley made a similar violent slide back in 2010 . >> anchor: scary to look at there. we talk football now. patriots back in action today of
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course after the bye week and they are facing off with the cowboys down in dallas . >> anchor: the team trying to hold on to its undefeated season season. sheer trey daerr with a preview . >> reporter: good morning from downtown dallas. a little bit later today patriots and cowboys meeting in one of the murky games for week five in the nfl. tom brady been a headline all year long off the field but he is a major story line heading into today's game. that thanks in part to the words of one greg hardy returning from a four-game suspension and didn't shy away from the mic at all to take shots at the pats qb qb. i hope i come out guns blazing, you know? i'm full of excitement and juice and i'm ready to go . >> reporter: greg hardy making his season i did bow and if his motor on the field runs as much as his mouth patriots might be in some trouble . brady is not an easy opponent for your debut game a cowboy. how do you view that? same way i did last time i
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hopefully on the ground. how many times? ask him. come again? did you sack him last time you saw him . luckily, he give me one to thank god for tom brady, you know . >> reporter: tom brady the consummate pro not taking bat even after hardy took a subtle shot at brady's wife . i'll just getting ready to do my job. he is a great player. it takes a lot of different things to handle a guy like that. >> reporter: opposite of brady nearing a dire situation for the cowboys with brandon weeden 0 and 2 in relief of tonny romo . they change from week to week regardless of who the quarterback is but looks like i would say weeden has a lot of talent to make all of the throws. having romo and all of the other guys in there, a lot more experience. they know, there is more to do. they know the play book more so that's kind of hard to short change those guys on that . the patriots defense looking for a complete showing
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here against the dallas cowboys. pretty impressive against jack jacksonville two weeks ago. still looking for that 60 minute game and they should absolutely be able to do it against the cowboy offense playing without tony romo and dez bryant. reporting in downtown dallas. trey daerr, 7 news today in new england. let's head to the ice. bruins back in action last night taking on the canadiens still no skin oh chara on the ice. montreal out to the early lead up 3-0 before bruins can find the back of the net. they only did so twice. browns fall 4-2 and now dropped their first two games to start the season . >> anchor: next on 7 news today in new england, two of the biggest names in the up coming presidential election set to face off for the first time this week . an chuck todd will have a preview of what's ahead on "meet the press". also bri eggers with a final
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>> anchor: it is going to be a presidential candidates hot and bernie sanders will face off this week on cnn for their first debate . >> anchor: house republicans will be busy still strug to fine a speaker after kevin mccarty the supposed front-runner dropped out of the race. nbc's chuck todd here with a preview of what's coming up this morning on "meet the press". chuck? well, good morning, jennifer and chris. this sunday you say you want a revolution? we've got one inside the republican party. the g.o.p. red hots have prove an they can decapitate leader leadership but can they prove they can lead? plus, on the democratic side we're still wait on joe biden.
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i've got an interview with the candidate that gives hilary clinton a real run for her money right now. bernie sanders. after supporting the president's part saic asian trade deal, dozens of times hilary clinton announced this week she opposes it, sort of. smart short term politics? but will it looks like blatant opportunism in a general. all coming up on "meet the press" >> anchor: a lot to watch there a lot to watch here because sunshine is back and we need to bottle it up because we'll need to open up that bottle in february . absolutely. or maybe even next weekend. mostly sunny today, milder, a bit breezy out of the southwest about five to ten mile-per-hour winds for most areas and then gusts could get up to 25 miles per hour. mostly clear overnight tonight. not as cold as it was last night night. you shouldn't have to worry about the plans tonight. frost is not an issue. here is a look at the wall trend well into the 70's tomorrow for columbus day. enjoy that . >> anchor: wow, 75. sounds good . >> anchor: that's going to do it for us this sunday morning. i am jennifer egan . >> anchor: have an awesome
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sunday. we'll see you right back here next weekend for more 7 news
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