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willing to r for house speaker but not until several conditions are met. >> jadiann: good morning to you, everyone, we're at 4:59. almost 5:00 on the dot. i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. and i see jeremy reiner out of the corner of my eye scurrying to get ready for the weather forecast. >> jadiann: are you okay? -- there's a cord i tripped over. boston 57, norwood 53, worcester 57. the morning commute is dry. there could be a sprinkle or two on and off at any time through the day. if you backed me into a corner, say can you pick a side of the day? how about 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. sometime that window. but we're talking sprinkles, not downpours. mild this morning, 50s. this afternoon upper 50s to
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track traffic" alert already. rich, what's going on on 495. >> rich: 495 and the expressway, two rollovers. on the expressway northbound it's a rollover by adams street northbound in quincy. the backup will be substantial with a car on its roof. the other situation is a rollover in wrentham, 495 northbound, route 1a a rollover is there well. other highways, they're quiet. quiet on the turnpike. route 128 is all right but a tough start on 495 and the expressway. the t says we're okay. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. it's 5:01 and we start off with breaking news from overnight. a new york city police officer has died after being shot in the head. >> jadiann: this morning, the man believed to have opened fire killing the 33-year-old officer is behind bars. nancy chen joins us. we're learning more about what led up to this.
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killed in a confrontation with an armed suspect accused of stealing a bike at gunpoint. 33-year-old randolph holder was pronounced dead at the hospital just before 10:30. his family was by his side. his father and grandfather were police officers as well and he himself joined the department five years ago. this started around 8:30 last night when officers responded to a report of gunshots fired in east harlem. a victim at the scene told officers his bicycle had been stolen at gunpoint so holder and other plain-clothed officers footbridge. the man and police exchanged gunfire and horde was -- holder was hit in the head. >> a man who gave his life as a guardian for all of us. we're humbled by officer randolph holder's example, an
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>> reporter: the suspect ran away but police later arrested him. he was shot in the leg and taken to the hospital but he's expected to be released to poce custody this morning. holder is the fourth nypd officer killed in the city? 11 months, the chief says it's, quote, as bad as it gets. >> jadiann: a developing story out of westford. a mother missing out of maine has been spotted in westford. 34-year-old sarah meade may have been taken against her will, according to authorities. investigators say she is also with her five-year-old son. police say her car was spotted around 9:00 last night. this is what she was driving. a 1999 blue volvo with license plate number you see on the screen, 1637sz. if you see her or the vehicle, please call police.
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run. this husband and wife from quincy are suspected of robbing banks in several states, including one here in massachusetts. there you see nick emmons in quincy with what's being done, i guess, to find them before they strike again. >> reporter: that's right, christa. right now police say this couple is extremely dangerous and they hope by getting their pictures out there, it might lead to an arrest. >> just for the public, we encourage if you do recognize these individuals, use extreme caution. >> police are on the hunt for a couple from quincy. >> not to be cliche but almost like a modern day bonnie and clyde. >> the pair wanted for robbing banks along the east coast. >> we consider them highly dangerous. >> joseph carrier and his wife, jenny, hit a bank in maryland friday. before that, they were in florida holding up a wells
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earlier, police in ludlow say joseph carrier robbed a bank on center street. carrier told the teller he had a gun and demanded large bills. in most of the robberies, a woman was driving the getaway car. investigators think it's general y they're looking for a dark buick encore with a partial massachusetts plate number 265s. >> we don't know if there's jurisdictions. we're trying to get the face out and maybe others with tie in other related robberies, maybe not just bank robberies. our fear is this could escalate and we don't want to see anybody hurt. >> reporter: police say the couple may also have several dogs with them. again, they stress the couple is believed to be extremely dangerous. anyone with information on where nick emmons, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you.
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a doctor at the umass medical school is off the job accused of taking pictures of a woman inside of a bathroom. you see victoria warren right here standing by live in worcester with more for us this morning. good morning, victoria. >> reporter: good morning. this doctor is a cardiologist and a professor here. he's currently on administrative leave. a court magistrate ruling they can charge him with taking a picture of a woman while using the bathroom on campus, according to mass live. the woman was using the bathroom september 1. she told police she saw a handholding a cell phone above her stall and heard a click. she ran out and confronted the man who told her it was a misunderstanding and he was offended. reportedly an initial check of this cardiologist's cell phone did not reveal any photos but mass live says there's a further search warrant to check to see if any photos were deleted.
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this crime at a hearing in december. live this morning in worcester, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: developing on capitol hill, paul ryan says he'll run for speaker of the house only on his terms. he'll run if republicans unite and major caucuses endorse him. he originally turned down the job but he plans to take on the challenge. >> my greatest worry is the consequence of not stepping up. of some day having my own kids ask when the stakes were so high, wouldn't didn't you stand and fight for my future. >> ryan says he will not sacrifice his family time so he may not be on the road as often as past speakers. jason chaffetz from utah tweeted out last night he was dropping
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out in order to support ryan. >> jadiann: vice president joe biden appears to be alterrering his story about the raid that killed osama bin laden. in the past he said he told the president to wait ongoing in until more drone surveillance could be done but yesterday he said he told him something different. >> i told him my opinion, i thought he should go but follow his own instinct. >> some said his previous, more cautious opinion was a liability if he plans to run for the white house. the vatican is strongly denying a report in an italian newspaper that pope francis has a small curable brain tumor. according to the report, a doctor told the 78-year-old pontiff a small dark spot on his brain could be cured outsurgery. the vatican spokesman says the report was totally unfounded and not worthy of attention. >> christa: a milford, new hampshire man will be in court facing gun trafficking charges. tewksbury police officers
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arrested john miller on monday and according to police, he tried to sell an assault rifle, shotgun and rounds of ammunition to an atf agent. he tried to illegally sell weapons in tewksbury and at least one other location here in massachusetts. a 35-year-old man from nantucket is facing charges in connection with a pair of rapes on the island. officers arrested david matterson on tuesday morning. police say that he's the suspect in a case from 2008. and another one from last year. investigators believe there may be other victims who may not have reported incidents as well and he's also facing kidnapping charges this morning. >> jadiann: new details regarding boston based daily fantasy sports website draftkings. maura healey will not shut down the company or similar sites in massachusetts. the globe reports healey is reviewing the industry.
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last week nevada banned the game saying it's gambling and it should be regulated. a brookline social studies teach is heading back to school. >> he was fired last month but soon he'll be back on the job thanks to the efforts of his middle school students. the superintendent announcing tuesday larry chen will be return to teach at the john driscoll middle school. he was fired after allegedly swearing while talking to a group of high school students. the students held rallies and protests and demanded he be reinstated and they're just thrilled with the result. >> my dad called me as soon as is happened. everybody i know knows about the story and i called them all. i was so excited. >> he's a real gift. a presence in the classroom, an energy about him. he transfers that energy to his students. >> and chen released a statement saying he looks forward to returning to class to teach his,
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quote, awesome students. he'll return november 2nd. >> jadiann: we're just getting started on this busy wednesday morning. ahead on 7news, an attack on the bridgewater state campus. why the alleged victim is blaming social media. >> christa: new mammogram guidelines. what you need to know and why when local breast cancer survivor disagrees. >> jadiann: durrell revis returning in a jets uniform. >> jeremy: a few peeks of sun, a few sprinkles. mild, temps right now in the 50s. this afternoon, upper 50s sis inland. >> rich: we're just getting going but already two rollovers. one on the expressway and one on 495.
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we're having fun with "back to the future" quotes. today's the day. >> jadiann: this is it. >> christa: 21st of october, 2015. >> jadiann: i wish you were up to speed on my "back to the future" quotes. j.r. has been schooling me. >> jeremy: i'm all over the place. so heads up. make like a tree, j.r., and get out of here. all right. biff. a mild morning with temperatures this morning behaving more like september than october. temps are going to seesaw back and forth. we are near 60 today. near 70 tomorrow. and then i think on friday, temps will step back to the lower 50s. at this time the weekend looking pretty good. yesterday morning at this time, today is 10-15 degrees morning. boston 57, worcester 57.
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there's a front across southern new england, the diving line to wooler air in maine and northern new hampshire. this shows up this afternoon. even though we're starting mild, the numbers won't move much during the day. we're going to finish in the upper 50s to the lower 60s. at the same time this front generated a lot of clouds. there have been sprinkles and brief showers. we had a bunch yesterday in new hampshire, not last night and this morning. there's one more flareup, central new york state and those sprinkles and isolated showers may find their way into our part of the world midday so the radar will look like this. green blobs, probably in the form of sprinkles more that be showers but the middle part of the day from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., there may be a four-hour window. both of your commutes are dry. overall, the day's not too shabby.
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normal high is 59. 58-62, the city 58, shrewsbury, low 60s. salisbury 58. the worcester hills, lower 60s. tonight, mostly cloudy, some sprinkles after midnight. 45-50. through the day tomorrow, there will be a few isolated showers tomorrow but it's warmer tomorrow with temps tomorrow in the upper 60s to around 70 degrees. so tomorrow afternoon, a run into the 70s. boston 71, bedford 7 plymouth 69. eventually another cool front sweeps through tomorrow night with cooler air for friday but for a change, no clouds. mostly sunny skies on friday and again on saturday. temperatures on saturday in the mid 50s. >> christa: caught on camera, a man sprinting on to the runway at an airport in denver, trying to stop the flight he missed. police arrested this 58-year-old last month after he pushed open an emergency exit.
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to his high school ruin. under a plea deal the judge sentenced the man to two years probation and 100 hours of community service. an unruly passengers caused a plane to make an emergency landing mr. phoenix. he was drunk, disruptive and had to be restrained tuesday afternoon. the 26-year-old threatened flight attendants by pointing his finger like a gun. got up every five minutes to use the restroom, yelled loudly and wouldn't put on his seat belt. >> he wouldn't come out of the bathroom. a man went back to go to the bathroom. next thing i know they were holding him down. >> he was drunk before he got onboard and demanded drinks before the flight took off. the airline did not want to press charges. police put the man in a hotel, questioned him and he plans to catch another flight today.
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hawaii is called a hero after rescuing a man being attacked by a shark. the boy was kayaking with his dad when they heard the swimmer yelling. the man had been bitten by a tiring shark and -- tiger shark and was in need of major help. >> we didn't even talk. we heard him, turned, and went and my dad got him and i understood that and got his friend. it was just go, go, go, my dad just kept him talking to keep his mind off the giant holes in his legs. >> jadiann: officials say it took 20 minutes for them to reach the shore. the man remains in critical condition. amazing that little boy was so calm. >> christa: most people would run the other way or swim the other way, good for them. new guidelines are in place put out by the american cancer society and they're pushing back the age women should get screened for breast cancer. >> the debate is leaving many women confused and concerned.
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the new recommendations say women should get mammograms at age 45 instead of 40 to avoid detecting something that's not cancer. we spoke to one breast cancer survivor in wilmington who is not onboard. >> if i had a mammogram at age 35 i would have had an earlier stage diagnosis and less risk of transferring to stage 4. so many people find their own lumps and clinicians find lumps. there's no reason not to be examining breasts. >> jadiann: the new guidelines say women of any age can skip breast checks by doctors. >> christa: they say the false positivest worry women but when it's detected so early and at an early age, sometimes the cancer is so much more aggressive so i see her point. >> jadiann: there are fair points on both sides. just listen to your own body and do what you feel is right.
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to take on the jets and darrelle durrell revis on sunday. >> christa: today's the day, 21st of october, 2015, the day marty mcfly and doc traveled to the "back to the future" ii and we'll let you know how fans of the film like jeremy reiner
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good morning, nice and mild this morning. temps in the low 50s. a lot of clouds. could be a few sprinkles from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. otherwise dry. chicago, 76. st. louis 85. orlando 84. some showers out through denver. dry. san francisco, los angeles, middle and upper 70s.
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good morning, three points, that's all that separated the patriots and jets last season. the patriots won both of those games and this year the jets have durrell revis back on their side and he's making an instant impact. with revis, the defense is back at the top of the league holding game. revis has 3 picks, one shy of the league lead. it adds up to a 4-0 record and a battle. the pats know revis well and know what to expect. >> he's a professional. he comes to work every day expecting to get better and to improve and he's a good teammate and we're ready to -- we had a lot of reps against him last year and we're excited to play against him. >> you learn from durrell. one of the grittiest guys in the
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play, taking what i learn not just from durrell but everyone. >> the bruins winless at home, bringing momentum back to the garden tonight after wins in colorado and arizona. the b's size up the flyers as they going for the first home win tonight. >> jadiann: next at 5:30. morning commuters can make their voices heard. the mbta is giving you a chance to decide its future look. >> reporter: police investigating a sexual assault of a student here on the bridgewater state campus. how the victim met her alleged attacker. >> christa: we're still tracking breaking news overnight out of new york city where police are mourning the fourth city police officer killed in the past 11 months. the suspect in custody this morning. we'll be right back. who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced.
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>> the search is on to find a suspect after an attack on a college campus. a social media app led to the >> christa: a tractor-trailer losing a tire at full speed and the driver's describing the scary scene playing out on a busy local highway. >> jadiann: what a new report reveals about the final hours onboard a doomed cargo ship. >> christa: good morning, it's the 21st day of october, 2015, i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: the importance of that date. we'll let you think about t i'm jadiann thompson. thanks for joining us. i'm talking about the "back to the future" day. it's here. this is it. >> christa: great scott. >> jeremy: great scott. what is a gig awad. >> boston 57, bedford 50 degrees. the quotes are plentiful but i'll spare you. boston, mild, 50s. a lot of clouds. this is a front generating clouds and even a couple of sprinkles across southern new
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so rain gear probably would stay on standby. if you want to bring it along for the ride, i won't be offended but sometimes showers have a mind of their own. one or two might pop up. nothing significant or long lasting. a mild day, near 60 all day long. >> christa: we have a "fast track traffic" alert this morning. couple of crashes, 495 and 93 this morning. >> rich: exactly. good news about the crash on the expressway in quincy by adams street. look at the backup, four miles of heavy traffic right now. the good news is all lanes are open and the hov lane is open so better news there. a rollover in wrentham by route 1a, a wide highway. i have word of a crash in west bridgewater, two right lanes closed there. north of boston, route 1 looks like that and route 93. route 128, all those highways
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the t in good shape too. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you so much. 57 degrees outside and here's your top stories of the day. overnight, new york city police officers mourning the loss of one of their own killed in the line of duty. officer randolph holder was shot in the head while exchanging gunfire with a man accused of stealing a bike. police arrested the man after shooting him in the leg. police are looking for a husband and wife from quincy suspected of robbing banks in several states. joseph carrier robbed a bank in central massachusetts followed by florida and maryland. his wife may have been driving the getaway car. police believe they're driving a dark buick encore. >> christa: happening right now, patrols getting stepped up at bridgewater state university. there are concerns on campus this morning after an alleged sexual assault linked to a popular social media app. let's head out live for the
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latest on the search for the suspect. here's nicole oliverio. good morning, nichole. >> reporter: good morning, the victim met the alleged suspect by using a messaging app on their phone. a bridgewater state college student connects with the stranger on the app. the man sexually assaulted her. >> until now it felt fine but after this happened, it's kind of, i'm more hesitant. >> the man got away but police came up with this sketch based on the victim's description. the alleged assault happened monday near the school parking garage. >> i'm hesitant sometimes to go out at night, especially alonso i always bring a roommate or >> the female student was talking to the suspect through a messaging app called kik. you can talk nomsly and don't have to use your real name. >> when students are on kik they
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they're meeting with. >> i like meeting people personally, firsthand. it's not safe. >> students say reports of the attack are making them take extra precautions while walking at night. >> i bought mace. >> my dad makes me carry mace around. >> do you? >> i don't have it right now but i keep it on my keys. i keep it in my purse and whenever i go out, i walk around with it, especially at night. >> reporter: last year there were six reported sexual assaults here on campus. police don't believe this one is connected but are looking into all of them. live in bridgewater, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you. also this morning, a man is thankful he's okay after a tire flew off a truck and slammed into his camper on 495 in lawrence. the loaded gravel truck lost two of its tires tuesday morning. one bounced off a car and slammed into peter carro's suv and camper. it hit the camper, flipping it
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he and his wife were in the suv and were not hurt. >> i'm amazed how much damage there is to this. and no damage to me or my wife by comparison. i'm thoroughly amazed. >> jadiann: police believe a mechanical error is to blame for the truck losing its tires. officers will continue investigating before deciding whether tickets should be issued or not. >> christa: a lowell man accused of attacking and injuring police officers facing a judge. 38-year-old jesus asauceio will undergoing a mental health evaluation. a violent attack volunteer involving him happened monday night when he smashed the side window of a van. things got worse when police arrived. he allegedly started fighting with the officers, throwing one down a flight of stairs. the officers were all taken to the hospital and are expected to be okay but the man faces
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assault and battery. a judge upholding the most serious conviction against owen labrie and now he has to register as a sex offender. offenses convicted of using a computer to lure and under age girl to a sexual encounter in 2014. a jury found him not guilty of other more serious charges. >> jadiann: state lawmakers are taking up a bill that allows you to buy liquor on thanksgiving. the bill was filed in january to allow liquor stores to compete with those just over state lines. many store owners opposed it during a public hearing tuesday. they value their family time on the holiday but would feel forced to open if competitors opened on that day as well. the mbta wants your help choosing how the green, red and orange line cars will look. you can vote on line. the first batch of new cars will
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the link is at whdh.com. i like the one where the orange fades out. >> christa: yeah. >> jadiann: like an ombre train. >> christa: the red reminds me of a san francisco trolley car. >> jadiann: that's could too. >> christa: just ahead on 7, going above and beyond the call of duty. a police officer putting smiles on quite a few faces with a picture going viral. >> jadiann: the texas wiz kid arrested for a home made clock many for a bomb is on the move. >> jeremy: clouds and it's mild. temps are in the 50s. mid and upper 50s. this afternoon near 60 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. you might need the umbrella the middle part of the day. there could be sprinkles or a brief shower but nothing significant. a lot of clouds. >> jadiann: this is a "fast track traffic" alert. they're the crash on the expressway and quincy northbound but the backup, it's a big one trying to get to the expressway this morning. details on that and more coming up on "7 news today in new
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what's trending a heartwarming photo going viral. this shows a little boy in louisiana comforted by a officer. the little boy was separated from his parents in a crowd. the officer was just doing his job. people in the community think was proving what it means to protect and serve. >> christa: very nice. we've been talking about this a lot here behind the scenes. it's "back to the future" day, folks. today is october 21st, 2015. which is the exact date that doc and marty mcfly traveled to, in 1989's "back to the future ii." the movie correctly predicted video conferencing and drones. the movie says the cubs would win the world series this year. in honor of the date, theaters around the world are showing all three films today, including several here in boston. >> jadiann: the cubs still have a chance. >> christa: they do. it could happen. >> jadiann: there's a chance
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there. and i believe christa, you may want to fact check me but i believe it was 4:29 p.m. >> christa: the time they set on the delorean. >> jadiann: on the delorean time clock so it's not officially the time but it's the day for sure. >> christa: i can't wait to see how jeremy reiner marks the ocean. watch him on twitter and instagram. what he's doing at 4:29. >> jeremy: i'll be in my delorean. >> christa: cruising down the mass pike. >> jadiann: there are so many deloreans out there now too. everything you need to know and go is next. the halloween candy is out there everywhere, you probably have some in the house ready for the trick or treaters. we'll tell you how hard you need to work to burn off the calories, even from the fun sized ones. >> reporter: police asking for the public's help to bring in a quincy couple described as a modern day bonnie and clyde. >> christa: and the problem
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>> jeremy: compared to yesterday morning, temps are running 10-15 degrees warmer now than yesterday. per upper 50s. monday we were in the teens and 20s with record lows. boston 57, plymouth 56. it has a spring feel to the air. there are a lot of clouds. we'll have clouds much of the day and at times there could be a couple of isolated showers or sprinkles. i think rain gear probably a good idea but i bet most of the day, for most of you, it stays on standby. the front is the reason for the clouds and sprinkles and shower threat. middle part of the day. 7:00 this morning, nothing. but 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. might be the opportunity where you have the rain gear. for the evening commute it's going to be dry. temps this afternoon, upper 50s and low 60s. even though we're in the upper 50s in boston i don't think the numbers move much this afternoon as winds shift into the north, preventing
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significant warming but 58 is where we should be this time of year. attleboro 62. for tonight, mostly cloudy skies. still mild. upper 40s to around 50. tomorrow, warmer. still mainly cloudy. it's a weather system that's wavering back and forth and that's why we'll have a risk of sprinkles tomorrow but it's warmer. we're on the warm side of that weather system tomorrow with temps tomorrow in the low 70s. plymouth 69. mostly sunny skies friday and again on saturday. sunday i think there may be a couple of morning sprinkles and afternoon. patriots against the jets. we've got a home game, everybody, taking on the jets. 1:00 kickoff. temps around 60 degrees. >> jadiann: let's get to rich kirkland and talk about "fast track traffic." >> rich: it's looking better. the rollover on the expressway is gone, the one in wrentham is gone but the expressway is heavy end-to-end early. also in braintree, there's a crash by route 37 on 128 southbound so it's still a
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struggle getting to the expressway. route 3 is backed up badly beyond route 18 so a tough go for the south shore commuters. fine. route 1 is okay. no turnpike headaches. there's a live shot. the t says so far, so good. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: breaking news from overnight. police officers in new york city are in mourning today. one of their own was killed in the line of duty. officer randolph holder died after shot in the head exchanging gunfire with a man accused of stealing a bike at gunpoint. police arrested the man after shooting him in the leg. >> jadiann: police are searching for a husband and wife suspected are robbing banks in several states. >> wanted posters are up. they're hoping to track down the pair before they strike again. let's go to nick emmons in quincy for us with more. >> reporter: police say this couple should be considered extremely dangerous.
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names and pictures out there, the public might help bring them in. and get them arrested. we want to show you their pictures right now. they're identified as joseph carrier and his wife, jenny. they're described as a modern day bonnie and clyde. they're from quincy, wanted for robbing banks all over the east coast. investigators say they robbed a bank in maryland last friday. before that, investigators say the carriers were in florida holding up a wells fargo bank and getting away with money there. a couple of weeks earlier, police in ludlow say joseph carrier robbed a bank on center street and got away with a large -- demanded large bills and got away. most of the robberies, a appears car. they believe that's jenny. police believe the couple may have several dogs in the car with them. again, they stress this couple should be considered extremely dangerous. call 911.
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new england." >> christa: a drive to work taking a dangerous turn in rehoboth when a many allegedly threatens another driver with a hatchet. brian art appeared in court yesterday charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. the other driver says he called police tuesday morning when art came at his car armed with that weapon. >> there had to be a minute or so of him screaming, flailing the hatchet in midair. i didn't know what to do. i picked up my phone, put the window up and called 911. >> art's attorney says he only waved his cell phone and never had a hatchet. >> jadiann: maritime experts say the captain of the ship el faro that sank in the ocean made a risky decision. he planned to pass 65 miles from the center of hurricane joaquin. a retired captain says his rule of thumb was to stay 300 miles
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all 33 crew members were killed, including winthrop native death griffin and jeffrey matthias. >> christa: new details on the riots in baltimore. a pharmacy that was ransacked by looters after the death of freddie gray in april is back open for business. a right aide, one of 27 pharmacies hit by looters. prescription drugs were stolen as well customer's personal information. other pharmacies are slowly rebuilding, including a cvs that was at the center of the unrest. the texas teenager arrested for bringing a home made clock to school is moving to gut tar. he accepted a scholarship from a foundation for education in the country. he was arrested in september after his teacher thought the clock that he made was actually a bomb. and that announcement comes a
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day after ahmed went to the white house and met with president obama during an astronomy event. he chatted with the president about mars and met with scientists and astronauts. >> jadiann: secretary of state john kerry being recognized with a top foreign policy honor. the former massachusetts senator accepted the diplomat of the year award in washington. secretary kerry has been praised for helping negotiating the iran nuclear agreement. opponents criticized the deal as too leantent. the pentagon confirms russia and the u.s. signed an agreement that minute denieses the risk of incidents in syrian air space. both countries are carrying out strikes. a pentagon spokesman says it lays out safety protocols but does not include sharing target information. >> we're checking news across the country.
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a heartbreaking case of road rage in new mexico after a four-year-old girl was shot and killed by a driver on the freeway. the little girl's parents were sitting in the front seats at the time. officials are not sure what caused all this to he is escalated but police are searching for the suspect. >> jadiann: fire crews battling a large fire at a transmission shop. dozens of firefighters networked to put out the flames in memphis. the region struggled with dry weather the last several weeks. the exact cause is under investigation. 7news with a health alert and recall to tell you about. nearly 60,000 headsets marked for use with the xbox one gaming systems are being recalled due to risk of mold exposure. the headsets have a 13 character serial number including c6
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consumers should visit turtle beach.com and learn how to return the products. >> christa: consumers reports has recommendations for the tesla sp85d. owners complained about problems with the electric car's charging equipment, center console and doors and windows. tesla says the vehicles software updates allow the company to diagnose and fix most bugs without the customers coming in. >> jadiann: a amazon is hiring, bringing in 100,000 part time workers for the holiday season. that's on top of the 25,000 people amazon recently hired for full time positions. people who are hired will be working in the company warehouses. >> christa: talk about the halloween holiday which is a little closer. guilty. i've already dug into the halloween candy. >> jadiann: i love the little
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twix. >> christa: the reece's. i have to resupply before the holiday arrives because i'm going to burn through this. you'll be surprised how hard you have to work to burn off the bars. >> jadiann: and i -- >> christa: this blows my mind. >> jadiann: i will tell you, i was shocked. according to msn.com, to burn off four mini snickers bars, you need to jog for six minutes, swim for five and do a high intensity workout on a stationary bike for seven minutes. to burn off three pieces of candy corn, three, you need to row for 12 minutes, do a two minute plank and run for 15 minutes. >> christa: this cannot be. >> jadiann: this is crazy. lastly, it takes ten minutes of vigorous weightlifting, 12 minutes of yoga and 16 squat jumps to burn off two reece's peanut butter cups. >> christa: i have to do a
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couple of marathons based on how >> jadiann: i would have thought, okay, a -- that's a lot to do to run off all of that. >> christa: jeremy. >> jeremy: the candy corn so-so that was just for three. what is 75 times three? i better go running. >> christa: divided by 3. you're going to be planking all day.
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overnight a police officer shot in new york city has died. what we have learned about a gun battle with the suspect.
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>> jadiann: a real live bonnie and clyde from quincy. >> christa: we consider them highly dangerous. >> police tracking the dangerous duo on the run, suspected of hitting banks around the country into a local doctor accused of a creepy crime in a bathroom at umass medical school. >> jadiann: paul ryan says he'll run for speaker of the house but with some conditions. >> christa: and joe biden backtracking. is the vice president changing his story on the osama bin laden raid? good morning, 6:00 a.m. on the dot. great to have you on a wednesday, mid of the week. >> jadiann: i'm jadiann thompson, celebrating we've made it this far and it's all downhill from here n a good way. >> christa: it's easy are to walk downhill or bike or whatever -- that's what we mean. >> jeremy: absolutely. look at the temps compared to yesterday at this time. the numbers about 10-15 degrees warmer.
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boston 60 degrees. norwood 53. orange and fitchburg 49. it will be a day you typically find in the spring where you start warm and here's a sneaky backdoor cold front. we have one on the map this morning, generating a lot of clouds and sprinkles. i'm not concerned about the raindrops. rain gear probably not a bad idea with the clouds and risk of sprinkles but boston this afternoon, i think it will be cooler than this morning as the backdoor front drops in. upper 50s at the coast. 70 tomorrow. >> christa: you could not wait to talks about that. warm up the delorean, folks. >> rich: i don't see any deloreans here but a lot of backed up cars. live on the expressway, we had a rollover earlier. it's gone but the backup is not. bumper-to-bumper to braintree. route 3 backs up 2-3 miles after that.
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24 northbound is affected so a tough south shore ride for sure. there's route 93. it's extremely slow in andover. we may have a crash by 495. not sure of that. route 3 southbound, there's a wreck by trouble cove road, a crash there backing up traffic toward 495. good news, the turnpike, no problems at all. t says we're okay too. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. let's get to the breaking news from overnight. and a new york city police officer who was gunned down in the street has died. >> jadiann: the officer was chasing an armed robbery suspect when they exchanged fire. nancy chen is here with the latest on what is going on here. such a sad story. >> reporter: it is indeed. the officer was killed in a confrontation with an armed suspect accused of stealing a bike at gunpoint. 33-year-old officer randolph holder died with his family by his side. he was a third generation police officer. his father and grandfather
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the incident started at 8:30 when there was a report of shots fired. a victim told officers his bike was stolen so holder and other officers found the suspect on a footbridge and exchanged fire. holder was hit in the head. >> we're mourning a man who gave his life as a guardian for all of us and we're humbled by officer randolph holder's example, an example of service and courage and sacrifice. >> the suspect ran away but police later arrested him. he was shot in the leg and taken to the hospital. the commissioner says this is the fourth new york city officer to be killed in the line of duty in the past 11 months. at the breaking news desk, nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: a developing story. police say a mother missing out of maine has been spotted in westford. 34-year-old sarah immediate on your screen right now may have been taken against her will.
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investigators believe she's with her five-year-old son. police say her car was spotted area. she's driving a 1999 blue volvo with license plate 1637sz. if you see meade or her car, police call police. >> christa: police are on the quincy. a real life bonnie and clyde wanted for robbing banks up and down the east coast. let's check in with nick emmons. he has a closer look for us today. >> reporter: police consider this couple to be extremely dangerous and they're hoping now that by getting their names and pictures out there, to the public, it could be lead to an arrest. >> just for the public, we encourage if they do recognize these individuals, to use extreme caution. >> police are on the hunt for a couple from quincy. >> not to be cliche but almost like a modern day bonnie and clyde. >> the pair wanted for robbing
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banks along the east coast. >> at this time we consider them highly dangerous. >> investigators say joseph carrier and his wife, jenny, hit a bank in maryland last friday. before that, investigators say the couple was in florida holding up a wells fargo bank. a couple weeks earlier police in ludlow say joseph carrier robbed a bank on center street. he told the teller he had a gun and demanded large bills. in most of the robberies-of-robberies, it appears a woman was driving the getaway car. investigators think it's general y they're looking for a dark buick encore like this one with a partial massachusetts plate number 265s. >> at this point we don't know if there's other bank robberies that occurred in other injures directions so far of this by reaching out to the media partners is to get the face out there and maybe investigators from other jurisdictions can tie in related robberies. maybe not just bank robbers but our fear is this could escalate and we don't want to see anybody hurt.
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>> reporter: police say one more thing to look for possibly is that this couple could be traveling with several dogs in their car. again, they stress this couple should be considered extremely dangerous. anyone with information on where they may be should call 911. live in quincy, nick emmons, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: a local doctor is accused of a creepy crime in a bathroom at umass medical school. the doctor says it's all a misunderstanding. victoria warren is live with more on this story and the charges he could be facing. >> reporter: good morning, jadiann, this doctor is a cardiologist and a professor here and he's placed on administrative leave. this after a court imagine separate ruled that they can go ahead and charge this doctor with taking a picture of a woman while she was using a bathroom here on campus. this is all according to mass live. the woman was using the bathroom on september 1st. she told police she saw a
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her stall then heard a click. she ran out and confronted the man who told her it was a misunderstanding and he was offended. reportedly an initial check of the cell phone did not find photos but police will do a search to see if photos had been deleted. the cardiologist was placed on administrative leave and will be formally charged with this crime in december. >> christa: developing this morning on capitol hill, paul ryan says he intends to run for speaker of the house but on his terms. ryan says he will run if republicans agree to unite and the major caucuses endorse him. the former vice presidential nominee originally turned down the job but he now plans to take on the challenge. >> my greatest worry is the consequence of not stepping up.
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me, when the stakes were so high, why didn't you do all you could do? why didn't you stand and fight for my future when you had a chance to do so. >> ryan will not sacrifice his family time so he may not be on the road as often as past speakers. >> jadiann: vice president joe biden appears to be altering his story about the raid that killed osama bin laden. in the past biden said he told the president during a cabinet meeting to wait ongoing in until more drone surveillance could be done but yesterday he says he told the president something different in a private meeting. >> i told him my opinion, that i thought he should go but follow his own instinct. >> some have said his previous, more cautious opinion, was a liability if he plans to run for the white house. the vatican is denying a report in an italian newspaper that pope francis has a small curable brain tumorrer. according to the report, a doctor told the 78-year-old he
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has a small dark spot on his brain that could be cured without surgery. a spokesman says the report was unfounded and not worthy of attention. >> christa: a 35-year-old man from nantucket is facing charges in connection with two rapes on the island. officers arrested david madison tuesday morning. he is a suspect from a case in 2008 and another from last year. investigators believe there may be other crimes, other victims, who may not have made reports. he's facing kidnapping charges too. a milford, new hampshire man will be in court facing gun trafficking charges. tewksbury police officers arrested 29-year-old john miller who you see here on monday. miller tried to sell an assault rifle, shotgun and 300 rounds of ammunition to an atf agent. >> jadiann: new details regarding boston based daily
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attorney general maura healey will not shut down the site. she's reviewing the industry and is emphasizing consumer protection. last week nevada banned the game saying it's gambling and should be regulated. >> christa: still ahead, doctors filling out a prescription for change. why they're telling women to delay their first mammogram. some people not too happy about that recommendation. >> jadiann: plus a student attacked at bridgewater state. how a social networking app is part of that investigation. >> christa: have you ever said i got to run? catch a flight? this is a literal case. a man in trouble for chasing down a plane on the tarmac. can you believe that? >> jeremy: is it lloyd christmas? we have a lot of clouds, it's mild. temperatures into the 50s. this afternoon upper 50s, low 60s. cooler at the coastline.
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>> christa: time to rise and shine. if you love fall you're going to love this. we've been getting great pictures, including this one from linda in andover. thank you so much. she says this is out her back window. wouldn't you love to live there? >> jadiann: that's great. it's beautiful. we want to see how you're starting your day. send your rise and shine pictures to rise and shine @whdh.com or tweet us with the hash tag #riseandshineon7. that's one of our favorite parts of our morning news. >> christa: and hearing great tunes from our audio guy, playing sinatra during the breaks. >> jeremy: that's from you. thank you for bringing that in. that's good music.
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a lot of clouds through the day. how about rainfall? there may be isolated showers and sprinkles across southern new england. we had that yesterday. it's the same weather system today. no rain this morning but i think if we're going to get tagged by a shower or sprinkle, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. might be the best chance. temps will bounce back and forth the next few days and at this time, the weekend looking pretty good. saturday loaded with sunshine. right now it's mild. the numbers about 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. if you take it back to monday morning, it's about 25 to 30 degrees warmer. boston now 60. bedford 51. norwood 53. remember norwood had a low of 17 on monday, now you're at 53. way to go. plymouth 54. that weather system draped across southern new england generating clouds and sprinkles. it's the dividing line between warm air in southern new england and cooler air up across northern new england. i think that weather system sags a little bit south today meaning
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the temperatures probably won't change much. if anything they may cool off a little b, boston north to cape ann, the new hampshire seacoast and that weather system may generate isolated showers and sprinkles. here's what the radar will look like about 12:30. hit and miss, brief, isolated, fast-moving so rain gear not a bad idea but for a lot of you it may stay on standby. temps this afternoon may be cooler in the city. metrowest, south shore, southwest coast, lower 60s. tonight mostly cloudy skies, sprinkles. this weather system is with us tomorrow. a lot of clouds and isolated sprinkles and showers tomorrow afternoon. warmer tomorrow with temperatures tomorrow heading for the low 70s. i think boston tomorrow around 71. your 7on7 forecast, friday lots of be sunshine. there's a little rain here, sunday morning, not during the
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patriots game sunday afternoon. >> jadiann: that looks pretty good. how are the roads looking? >> rich: they're looking better than we thought. we had two rollovers this morning. one on the expressway. that's gone. the expressway's a tough ride. we're looking there now but it's not all that bad on route 3. that backup was substantial but not now. 24 and 95 just a little slow. we're in pretty good shape. downtown, maybe no. there's a fender-bender in the backup. that's why the loop ramp off the tobin at the bottom of the the tobin bridge. i'm talking -- [ audio trouble ] >> christa: less often, those are the recommendations for breast cancer detection and these new guidelines, as you might guess, have people split. the let's go to nancy chen with
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what they're saying. >> new guidelines for screening. the new recommendations by the american cancer society push back the age women should get screened. women should get mammograms at age 45 instead of 40. we spoke with one breast cancer in wilmington who is not onboard. >> if i had had a mammogram at age 35 i would have had an earlier stage diagnosis and less risk of transferring over to stage 4. so many people find their own lumps and clinicians find lumps. there's no reason not to be examining breasts. >> the new guidelines say women of any age can skip routine manual breast checks by doctors but they say it's important to meet with doctors and come up
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nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> a man late for his flight runs on to the tarmac chasing after the plane as it pulls out of the gate. the 58-year-old man pushed open and emergency exit at denver airport setting off an alarm. he was arrested for criminal tampering. he said he was trying to get to his high school reunion. an unruly passenger caused an american airlines flight from san jose to dallas to land in phoenix. the man was drunk, disruptive and had to be restrained. the 26-year-old was drunk when he got on the plane and demanded drinks before the flight took off. he allegedly threatened flight attendants, got up every five minutes to go to the bathroom, yesterday loudly and would not put on his seat belt. >> christa: hard to get your mind around that, especially the guy trying so hard to get to his class reunion. >> jadiann: if your wife's having a baby, you may go i'm going through that emergency
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door, chasing after this plane. >> christa: i'm running the red light. >> jadiann: but your reunion, i don't know if it was worth rolling the dice but a that's me. >> christa: it's 6:20. to each his own. victory for students from brookline high school. how their show of support for a fired teacher paid off. >> jadiann: and drivers dodging highway. they're showing us that extreme >> christa: and revis coming back to foxboro. how the pats plan to take on
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>> jeremy: school bell forecast, kids will come at you, i want to wear shorts. they may have a case, this morning upper 50s. boston 60. lunchtime, there may be sprinkles and brief showers.
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a lot of schools will because it's not the type of rain where it rains heavy. a few drops here and there. when school lets out this afternoon, near 60 degrees. traveling across the country, storm-free. there will be a cold rain in denver, 48. florida and the southeast warm and the west coast also warm, 70's to around 80 in los angeles. good morning. three points is all that separated the patriots and jets last season. the patriots won both of those games. this year the jets have darrelle revis back on their side and he's making an impact. look out w revis, the jets defense is back at the top holding opponents to 270 yards. revis has three picks. it's a 4-0 record and battle for first place in the afc east. the pats know revis well and know what to expect this sunday
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at gillette stadium. >> he's a professional. he comes to work every day expecting to get better and to improve and he's a good teammate and we're ready to -- we got a lot of reps against him last year and we're excited to play against him. >> we learned from him but i take what i learn not just from darrelle revis but everybody. >> the bruins winless at home, bringing momentum back to the garden after wins in colorado and arizona. the b's sizing up the flyers as they go for their first home win of the season tonight. i'm joe amorosino, have a great day. >> christa: a brookline socials study teacher fired for swearing in front of students will be heading back to class. the superintendent announced larry chen will be returning to
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the john driscoll middle school. he was dismissed and dozens of students demanded he be reinstated and they're obviously thrilled with the decision. >> my dad called me as soon as is happened and i -- everybody i know knows about this story and i called them all. i was so excited. >> not just anyone can teach social studies. he has a gift, a presence in the classroom, an energy about him and he transfers that energy to his students. >> chen says he looks forward to returning next month. >> jadiann: still ahead, why one new england university is apologizing to the president's daughter, malia, after she visited the campus. >> christa: morning commuters make your voices heard. how the mbta is giving us a chance to decide how the future looks. >> reporter: we're live in bridgewater a student is attacked on campus.
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>> breaking overnight a new york city police officers murdered on duty. ed the reason the officer was chasing an armed suspect. >> christa: dodging debris while driving. >> jadiann: i'm amazed how much damage there is. >> christa: cars crash and flip on a local highway as tires fly off a truck. >> jadiann: possible change to state liquor sales. the holidays you may be able to buy booze. >> you made a time machine. >> this is the year 2015. >> it's "back to the future" day. see what the movie got right when marty mcfly launched into 2015. >> jadiann: good morning, i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. it's official by "back to the future" here both in front of the camera and behind. my favorite quote from the morning from j.r., lorraine,. >> jeremy: lorraine, you are my
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my -- >> marty's coaching his dad how to pick up his mom. that's an interesting twist. the numbers out there at this time running 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. 60 in town right now. lower 50s elsewhere. plymouth 54. there are a lot of clouds and it's a weather system that will keep the clouds in new england and at times there may be some sprinkles or brief light showers. so rain gear probably a good idea, though i bet it stays on standby for a lot of you. temps this afternoon, upper 50s and low 60s. the city of boston, i would have a jacket or sweater ready to go, even though we're 60 in the city. inland, low 60s this afternoon. framingham and worcester. >> jadiann: time for "fast track traffic." let's get out to rich kirkland and talk about the commute for our drivers this morning. >> rich: good morning. we're live with sky 7 right now. we're just about to the turnpike on the northbound side of route 128. 128 out of beverly and braintree
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north and southbound, not a bad ride. the turnpike is nasty all of a sudden. slow in chunks in framingham ben bumper-to-bumper in newtown. also bumper-to-bumper, route 1 is filling in big time. a peek at route 93. i've seen worse but it's a tough go, 495 downtown. the t says we're okay, on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. let's get to breaking news from overnight. new york city police officers mourning the loss of one of their own who was killed in the line of duty. officers randolph holder died after shot in the head exchanging gunfire with a man accused of stealing a bike at gunpoint last night. police arrested the man after shooting him in the leg. also this morning, police are looking for a husband and wife from quincy suspected of robbing several banks in several states. officers say joseph carrier robbed bank in central massachusetts followed by banks in florida and maryland. investigators believe his wife,
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jenny, may have been driving the getaway car. also, a doctor on administrative leave from umass medical center after a woman claims he took a picture of her in the bathroom. the woman says that she saw a handholding a cell phone above her stall then heard a click. misunderstanding. >> jadiann: new this morning, security is stepped up at bridgewater state university after a student was sexually assaulted on campus. the young woman met the man through a social networking app. nicknicole oliverio is live at brigette water state with a sketch of the suspect. >> the man managed together away. police are still looking for him but the victim says she was able to get a good enough look at him to give police a description. a bridgewater state college student connects with a stranger using a messenger app. that man sexually assaulted the 18-year-old when they agreed to meet on campus. >> up until now it felt safe.
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fine. but after this happened, it's hesitant. >> the man got away but police came up with this sketch based on the victim's description. the alleged assault happened monday near the school parking garage. >> i'm hesitant to go outside at night, especially alone. so i always bring a roommate or friend or something. >> the female student was talking to the suspect through a messaging app called kik. you can talk anonymously and don't use your real name. >> when students are on kik they need to be cautious who they meet. >> i like meeting people personally, firsthand. >> students say reports of the attack are making them take extra precautions at night. >> i bought mace. >> my dad makes me carry mace around. >> do you? >> i don't have it on me right now, but i keep it on my keys. i keep it in my purse and whenever i go out. i walk around with it,
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>> reporter: there were six reports of sexual assaults at bridgewater state campus last year. officers don't believe they're connected but are looking into all of them. nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: a man is thankful he's okay after a tire flew off a truck and slammed into his camper on 495 in lawrence a loaded gravel truck lost two of its tires tuesday morning. one bounced off a car and slammed into peter carro's suv and camper. it hit the camper, flipping it over. the carro and his wife were from the suv and were not hurt. >> i'm amazed how much damage there is to this and no damage to me or my wife by comparison. i'm thoroughly amazed. >> police believe a mechanical error is to blame for the truck losing its tires. officers will continue investigating before deciding whether tickets should be issued. >> christa: the lowell man accused of attacking and injuring police officers will undergo a mental health evaluation.
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38-year-old jesus ocasio appeared in court tuesday and a judge ordered him who the evaluation. witnesses say the violent attack happened monday when he smashed the side window of a van. after police arrived he allegedly started fighting officers. officers claim he threw one of them down a flight of stairs. the officers were taken to the hospital. they're expected to be okay but owe sauceio faces several charges. a judge upholding the most serious conviction against owen labrie and he'll have register as a sex offender. in august he was convicted of using a computer to lure and under age girl to a sexual counter in 2014. a jury however found him negative of other more serious charges. >> jadiann: new this morning, state lawmakers are taking up a bill that would allow you to buy liquor on thanksgiving. the bill was filed in january to allow liquor stores to compete
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with those over state lines. many store owners opposed it during a public hearing at the statehouse on tuesday. they say they valued their family time on the holiday but would feel forced to open if competitors opened on that day. the mbta wants helping choosing how the green, red and orange line cars will look. you can vote on designs on line now to november 3. the are in cars will be coming out in 2017. >> jadiann: while we celebrate "back to the future" day, you can decide how you want your fewerristic trains to look. >> christa: hopefully on time. that's the most important thing. >> jadiann: the vatican responding to reports the pope has a brain tumor. >> christa: the president's daughter getting an apology from the university in new england. what happened when malia went to visit the campus.
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>> jadiann: duchess kate dazless in her diamonds in her first state dinner. the jewels bothered from -- borrowed from a family member. rollovers.
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now to what is trending. brown university issues an amoll gy. >> apology to malia. >> the president's daughter who was 17 was reportedly photographed next to a beer pong table and students faced backlash after doing that. >> jadiann: the duchess of cambridge dazzling in diamonds at her first say the dinner. duchess kate chose a red jenny packham down, diamond chandelier earrings and borrowed a tirr are are a from queen elizabeth. >> this photo is going viral. the officer was doing his job, comforting this little boy who
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got separated from his mom. people in the community say he was proving what it means to protect and serve. that's really nice. i like that photo. >> jadiann: if you were a kid, did you ever get separated from your mother and you feel like the world has come to an end. >> christa: i went to the storefront and had her paged. she said don't every do that again. you embarrassed me. >> jadiann: "know and go" is next with the day's top stories a new england mother reported missing with her 5-year-old son. where they may have been spotted overnight. >> reporter: police hoping the public can help capture a quincy couple described as a modern day bonnie and clyde. >> christa: also ahead, the future is here. it's the day marty mcfly drove
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guess what time it is? >> "know and go" time and it's also 6:45. >> jadiann: that's right. one in the same. >> christa: 21st day of october, 2015 and "back to the future" day with jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: here we are. where are the hover-boards? i want my hover-board. temps 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. flying cars looking wicked cool
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then. 60 in town, billerica 51, nashua 49. the split would be jammed up. there may be sprinkles at times today. there's a front on top of southern new england and that front is the dividing line between cool air in northern new england and mild air here right now. so the front wavering back and forth at times will generate sprinkles and isolated showers. the highest chance, if at all, would be later this morning and middle part of the afternoon. both commutes should be dry and a seasonal day. upper 50s to the low 60s. you might need a jacket or sweater this afternoon, boston, cape ann, new hampshire seacoast. the numbers in these direct locations will back up from to the middle and upper 50s. tonight, mostly cloudy skies, a few sprinkles. the same tomorrow. a lot of clouds tomorrow but a warmer day tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow near 70 degrees. your 7on7 forecast, lots the sunshine for friday and saturday.
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a little bit on the cool side. the weekend, sunday morning there will be isolated showers but sunday afternoon, including the patriots game, dry. jets lose by 10. >> christa: predictions. there's start 'em. here's rich kirkland with yours for traffic this morning. >> rich: good morning. we're breaking up on the helicopter. we've had a lot of accidents around the area. none on route 1 but route 1 is a mess, backing up from 99 all the way to the jug handle lights in peabody, route 1 southbound is a real mess. expressway is nasty too. we have a rollover earlier but also trying to get there like on route 3 and 24, they're all backed up. 93 carries heavy traffic and the turnpike, not so much in brighton but it's filled in in the framingham and natick area. the mbta says thumb's up, we're okay. >> jadiann: thank you. breaking news from overnight, a new york city police officer has been killed in the line of duty. >> christa: the officer was gunned down in the street by a suspect. let's go to nancy chen with more on what we're learning this morning.
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>> reporter: the officer was killed in a confrontation with a suspect accused of stealing a bike at gunpoint. 33-year-old officer randolph holder died at the hospital with his family by his side last night. he joined the department five years ago. holder died after being shot in the head while chasing the suspect. police arrested the man after shooting him in the leg. police commissioner bill bratton says four officers have been killed in the line of duty in the past 11 months. nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: all right. thank you. we also have this morning a developing story out of westford. police say a mother missing out of maine has been spotted in westford. 34-year-old sarah meade may have been taken against her will. she's also with her five-year-old son. police say her car was spotted around 9:00 last night and she's driving a 1999 blue volvo with this license plate number,
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if you see meade or her car, contact police. >> jadiann: police are on the hunt for a dangerous duo. a real life bonnie and clyde wanted for rate of pay -- robbing banks up and down the east coast. >> reporter: police describe this couple as being extremely dangerous and they're hoping now by sharing their names and their pictures, that the public can help lead to an arrest. as you said, this couple has been described as a modern day bonnie and clyde. their names, joseph carrier and his wife, jenny. so police say they robbed the bank in maryland last friday. before that robbery, investigators say the carriers were in florida holding up a wells fargo bank, getting away with money there. a couple of weeks earlier, police in ludlow say joseph carrier robbed a bank there on center street. investigators say he told the teller he had a gun and demanded large bills. most of the robberies, a woman
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they believe that's jenny. investigators also say the couple may have several dogs in the car with them. again, they stress they're considered extremely dangerous. anyone with information should call 911. live in quincy, nick emmons, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: a local doctor is accused of a creepy crime in a bathroom at umass medical school. but the doctor says it's a misunderstanding. let's go to victoria warren to sort it out. it sounds like the doctor will be facing some charges here. >> reporter: he will in the future. this doctor is a cardiologist and professor here and he's been placed on administrative leave. yesterday a court magistrate ruled this doctor can be charged and he's accused of taking a picture of a woman while she was using a bathroom here on campus. this is all according to mass live. the woman was using the bathroom on september 1st. she told police she saw a handholding a cell phone above her stall and then heard a click. she says she ran out and
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it was a misunderstanding and he was offended. reportedly initial check of this doctor's cell phone did not find any photographs but police are getting another search warrant to check the phone to see if any photographs had been deleted. this doctor will be formally arraigned in december. live this morning in worcester. victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: an alarming sexual assault at bridgewater state has police stepping up patrols. nick emmons is live for us now and this is linked to a popular social media app. >> reporter: apparently the student met this alleged attacker on the kik messaging app. according to police, they say while this man got away, they managed to get a sketch. the victim was able to describe what her attacker looked like. this is the sketch that bridgewater state police put out. they say the attack happened monday near the school parking garage. the student was talking to the
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talk anonymously and don't have to use your name. they apparently agreed to meet up. that's when the man sexually assaulted the 18-year-old. students we spoke with say they're normally wary of messaging apps where you don't have to use your real name. police are still looking for the man this morning. live in bridgewater, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: developing on capitol hill, paul ryan says he'll run for speaker of the house but only on his terms, if the republicans unite. he won't sacrifice family time. the former vice presidential nominee originally turned down the job. jason chavez who made a bit for the job tweeted he was dropping out to support ryan. >> christa: vice president joe biden appears to be altering his story about the raid that killed osama bin laden osama bin laden.
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in the past, bind said -- biden said he told president obama during a meeting to wait until more drone surveillance could be done. yesterday he said in private he told the president something different. >> i told him my opinion, that i thought he should go but follow his own instinct. >> some say his previous, more cautious opinion, was a liability if he intends to run for the white house. new this morning, the vatican is strongly denying a report in an italian newspaper that pope francis has a small curable brain tumor. according to the report a doctor told the 78-year-old a small dark spot on his brain could be cured without surgery. the vatican spokesman says the report was totally unfounded and not worthy of attention. >> jadiann: toyota has issued a recall for millions of their cars. the company says power window switches in the vehicles may catch on fire. here's some information about that recall.
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worldwide manufactured between 2005 and 2010. some switches can short-circuit if they did not receive enough greece. they're not aware of any crashes associated with the glitch. >> christa: new guidelines by the american cancer society are delaying the age women should get screened for breast cancer. they say women should start getting mammograms at age 45 instead of 40 to avoid detecting something that's not really cancer. the guidelines say women of any age can skip routine manual breast checks by doctors, however the american cancer society also says women should meet with their doctors to come up with a plan. >> the royals are just one win away from clinching a second
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kansas city won 14-2 to take the 3-1 series lead. >> christa: the chicago cubs on the brink of elimination. the mets winning game 3 at wrigley field. daniel murphy hid a home run for the fifth straight game. "back to the future" predicted the cubs would win the world series but chicago needs to going. if you're a fan of "back to the future," today is a special day. >> jadiann: as you mentioned, october 21, 2015 is the day doc and marty traveled to the future. marty is trying to save his yet to be born children. the movie made a lot of predictions about the future, including flying cars. there are some concepts. i don't know it's happened but there are other speculations of what we should be seeing. of course the most memorable item might have been the hover-board. while there may have been
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up one at the mall. jaws 19 -- it was playing at the theater directed by steven spillburg's son. they released a fake trailer but there have only been four jaws movies. >> christa: some things have come true. virtual reality glasses worn by kids at the dinner table, similar to google glass. flat screen it was, common in homes and video calling available at home or your smartphone. one other product that came true at midnight, pepsi perfect. 6500 bottles selling out at midnight for 20 bucks a bottle. it makes it perfect. the real sugar. >> jadiann: i love when he was on the hover-board and he went over the water and he was like, of course it doesn't work on the water. >> christa: every piece of technology has gives. >> jeremy: a lot of clouds, a mild day. temps this afternoon in the low 60s.
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