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those attacks in libya. and today's hearing may be her best chance to change that. let's go to tracie potts who is live from washington with what we have heard so far. tracie? >> reporter: yeah. we have been watching this hearing for the last two hours. she has been answering questions from democrats and frankly, more pointed questions from republicans. about why she didn't know more and why she didn't do more before. before the attack. hillary clinton shook hands before what's expected to be a full day of testimony. republican chair trey gouty slammed eight previous investigations as incomplete, ignoring thousands of e-mails from clinton's private server, he says, would have been irresponsible. >> that may be smart politics. but it is a lousyst way to run a serious investigation. >> reporter: the committee spent nearly a year and a half and more than $4.5 million taxpayer dollars investigating why four americans died in the
2012 attacks in benghazi, libya. >> republicans are squandering millions of taxpayer dollars on this abusive effort to derail secretary clinton's presidential campaign. >> reporter: clinton began by focusing on ambassador chris stephens and the four americans who died. >> i took responsibility, and as part of that, before i left office, i launched reforms. to better protect our people in the field. >> reporter: but she argues to keep terrorism from growing, diplomats must continue to work in dangerous areas. >> they can't do their job for us from bunkers. retreat from the world is not an option. >> reporter: later this afternoon, tough questions about forecast e-mails, security, and inevitably, politics. now, speaking of politics, republican presidential candidate jeb bush has been tweeting about the hearings while it is happening. he says that the security failures in benghazi were a
incompetence in foreign policy and that hillary clinton's role in that, if any, should be scrutinized. we will watch for the next several hours. >> christa: all right, thank you. we are also tracking breaking news overseas. an american killed in a u.s. military operation to rescue hostages in iraq. let's go to dan hausle with details. dan? f >> reporter: well, christa, this operation, according to a defense official was to rescue kurdish hostages in northern iraq. this mission carried out overnight in an area west of kirkuk. one u.s. official says the american soldier was killed in a fire-fight at the scene. the uncle of one kurdish prisoner says he was told 70 hostages were freed by american para-troopers. u.s. officials are speaking on condition of anonymity. this operation has not been made public yet. this is the first u.s. soldier killed in action since the u.s. began its offensive against islamic state last year. dan hausle, 7 news. >> christa: all right, dan. thank you.
also here on 7 news: a methuen teenager under arrest. police say that he threatened to shoot up his school. let's head out live to nick el mons in methuen right now. the investigators are crediting another student with copping forward about this. >> yeah. that's right. they say this other student heard about the possible threats and wanted to make sure nothing bad would happen to the school. police say a 16-year-old pulled at least one fellow student... told at least one fellow student he hoped to investigators say the student referenced mass shootings, especially ones in schools and it wasn't just one threat. >> it was in person and it was also some postings. some written text messages. told authorities she was concerned once the suspect reportedly said he also wanted to kill himself. >> this girl possibly saved this child's life.
>> reporter: two homes were searched and police found tactical gear. officers also recovered bullets. but no real guns. >> we don't believe, at any point, there was an imminent danger to somebody at the school. we believe prior to there being the imminent danger, there was an intervention in this case. >> reporter: the arrest happened monday night. parents found out wednesday. some parents were upset they didn't know for 48 hours. the school superintendent says there is a good reason why officials waited. . >> we work hand in hand with the police, waiting for the investigation to be complete. so we would have the correct information to relay to the parents. >> reporter: again, police do not feel there was any imminent threat to any of the students at the school here. as for the suspects, he has undergone a mental evaluation and is due back in court november 2. >> christa: police have arrested two men for carrying
firearms wednesday night. state troopers responded to a 911 call in foxboro after a driver told them a man in a volkswagen pointed a gun at him. police tracked down the vehicle on 95 and tham arrested and charged a 20-year-old and 21-year-old with car rig firearms without a valid license. both men are being held at $10,000 bail. and 7 news turning to your forecast. temperatures rising today. dipping back tomorrow. meteorologist jeremy reiner, i'm thinking of seinfeld here. >> jeremy: right. exactly. upper 60's at this time. boston, 67. norwood, 70 degrees. our normal high is 69. been there, done that this plymouth at 69. on the cape, temps running in the 60's. dew point temperatures have also jumped briefly into the low 50's. especially metro-boston. they do drop off a little bit back in the worcester hills. you may see a little humidity this afternoon.
we are talking ability a cool front that is about to move into new england. this will pop some scattered showers throughout the afternoon. again, not widespread. some of you will go the entire afternoon and not see one drop of rain. you notice the chance of rain, minuscule now. it does briefly jump to 40% midafternoon through the early evening hours. then it drops again this evening. this cool front will deliver much cooler air to new england tomorrow. we will talk more about that in a few minutes. >> christa: inspectors are looked for more damaged hardware inside of the big dig tunnels. repairs are already under way. let's head out live to boston with more on the problem. here is byron barnett. good afternoon, byron. >> reporter: good afternoon. well, you know, this new big dig problem was discovered during a routine inspection in september and now highway crews are trying to determine the exact extent of the problem. now, the issue is the discovery of some cracked nuts in the big dig tunnel system. these are... these nuts are part of the hard way that hold
up the overhead lights. highway officials are reportedly expecting more than 100,000 of these nuts. inspectors have discovered 878 doojed nuts in the ted williams tunnel. 49 have been found in the i-909 connector and i-93 tunnels. now, inspections are not expected to be completed until november. now, the highway administrators say at this point, there is no risk that those lights are going to fall down because in addition to the hardware, the lights also held up by wires. and also, there is no word yet on how much the repairs will cost. live from the statehouse, byron barnett, 7 news. >> christa: new details about the reported sexual assault at bridgewater state university. the original report was unfounded, police are saying. earlier this week, investigators released a sketch of a man described to them by an 18-year-old student, the woman says she met this man through the messaging app. he assaulted her.
will be filed in that case. orange line service back to normal today following a scary scene at haymarket station. service was temporarily suspended when a woman was trapped underneath a train. police are still trying to figure out exactly what caused her to fall. but she was eventually taken to the hospital. forecast police have also arrested a woman in derry for driving intoxicated sunday. they also say she has been arrested for drunken driving eight times. 58-year-old deborah adams allegedly mixed herself a drink and then drove to the store for cigarettes. according to police. they also say her blood alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit. she is also charged with negligent driving for having an open container of alcohol inside her vehicle. police say a masked man used a large knife and possibly a sword to kill a student and a teacher overseas. at a school in sweden. another teacher and student were seriously injured before
police shot the suspect. he was seriously injured. the attack happened near the school's cafeteria. right now the attacks... or the motive for the attack is still unclear. we will have the latest for the race on the white house. time. the time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination. >> christa: vice president joe biden ending weeks of speculation, finally running for president. biden's family, as you may know, has been mourning the loss of their son bo who died of brain cancer back in may. the vice president says even though he won't be a candidate, he will continue to push for the middle class and speak out during the course of this campaign. and c-nbc will host the third g.o.p. presidential primary debate next week. that debate will be held wednesday, october 28. and once again, it will be divided into two tiers. donald trump, ben carson, marco rubio, jeb bush and carly fiorina will each appear on the main stage at 8:00.
in a separate debate at 6:00. congressman paul ryan getting the support of a key group of house conservatives to become the next speaker of the house. the house freedom caucus did not make a full endorsement, but ryan did get enough votes to get the unofficial support. ryan now says he is waiting for decisions from other key groups before he decides to accept the job. coming up at noon today, an arrest in a road rage murder. a driver admitting to opening fire and killing a little girl in the process. and then left alone: fast father shot. what he finds when he goes to pick up his little girl from day care. >> jeremy: some sunshine for the afternoon. a lot of clouds. there is stale few showers. the forecast up next.
>> christa: we are telling you about some severe weather in parts of mexico. look at. this strong winds, even hail making for dangerous conditions there. the flooding also remained a concern as severe storms continued this week. they have some serious trouble there. as for us, really mild. it's pretty nice out there. >> jeremy: it is. nice mild afternoon. temps this afternoon going to hang out in the low 70's. there is the risk of a few isolated showers this afternoon. about a 40% chance. so you know, some of you may go the entire afternoon and not have one drop of rain. even though i'm about to bark about the chance of showers out there. some sun as well. 60's and 70's. boston, 67 right now. norwood at 70. norwood, i don't mean to pick on you. it is amazing to watch your temperature fall. monday morning, you had a low of 17. now you are at 70 degrees. impressive. plymouth at 69.
and there is a weather system parked across central new york state. that is the cool front. that is the leading edge of cool air. 70-degree weather is not hanging out with us very long. only this afternoon. as the front moves into southern new england later today, i think it's going to try to pop isolated showers. we have seen some shower activity this morning. even right now out on cape ann, around the metro, we are looking across western new england and eastern new york state. you can see a few more showers percolating near albany. this is what i think may happen. as the cool front gets closer to us this afternoon. a few more showers will pop up. behind the front, look at the temperatures. 34. big trout lake, at 25. won't turn that cold. that cold air will help to chase out the 70-degree air. as will these showers. so again, around 4:00 this afternoon, this is what the radar may look like. a couple of clumps of showers. no widespread rain. could be a rumble of thunder.
ran it into warm air. once in a while, there may be a thundershower in the month of october. that is possible. that might be the case this afternoon. it would not be a bad thing to get some rain. the month of october has been dry. and 12 of 21 days have been dry. only two inches below normal. if you get a shower, a tenth of an inch of rain or less. you will have a warm afternoon. showers or not. lower 70's, boston right now. 72. tonight, clear and cool. lows in the 40's. there is that cool front. and again tomorrow, breezy, cool. mostly sunny skies. high temperatures tomorrow, about 20 degrees cooler than this afternoon. low 50's. saturday, lots of sunshine. sunday, morning clouds and a few showers sunday morning. i think we can get them out of there before the patriots game sunday afternoon. temperatures, kickoff at gillette in the low 60's. >> christa: jimmy fallon is headed to harvard. this weekend, the tonight show
host will be honored by the school's harvard magazine. he will parade through harvard square with a marching band saturday afternoon before he receives the humor... excellence in humor award. just ahead on 7, what a father found when he went to pick up his daughter from a day care in chicago. and it will shock you. also, a record six years in the making. how a local high school is
>> christa: an arrest in a deadly case of road rage. police say a man by the name of tony or the rez has confessed to killing a four-year-old girl on a highway in new mexico. now the 32-year-old is facing murder charges as this little girl's family opens up about their loss. >> you know, she grabbed your heart. the first time you met her. she grabbed your heart. she is going to be missed by a lot of people. >> reporter: the veronica and allen garcia, their daughter lily was the perfect child. full of laughter, fun and life. >> she always liked helping
>> she just had this smile. you would see her and you would just smile. >> reporter: these memories are now all they have left of their baby girl. lily was in a truck with her father and her older brother on tuesday afternoon, driven a hoogway in new mexico. there was some sort of road rage incident. another driver pulled up and fired shots. hitting lily. even talking about it leaves allen heart-broken and speechless. >> i was the only one there with my kids. >> reporter: loved ones have wrapped their arms around allen ander have ronca. their pain and suffering is something very few people can know or comprehend. >> my heart is broken to a
>> reporter: the worst circumstances have united this family. they are all standing together with one purpose. to make sure the person who did this faces justice. >> you guys will see my face again. whoever did this is going to pay. i'm not going to go away. my family is not going away. mark my words. we will meet again. >> reporter: we also have another story involving a little girl. this one caught on camera. she is from chicago. and she was left behind and locked inside a day care center. the baby's father said when he arrived at that day care, the building was dark. the girl was crying inside. he called police and fire officials to break into the building and rescue her. naturally, the parents are demanding answers about it. >> so many things crossed my mind. i heard her screaming.
here is elizabeth with more. >> congratulations. >> reporter: it was a night years in the making. six years, to be exact. the watertown field hockey team setting a national record for the longest winning streak, game. >> right now we are going to savor this moment today. to be part of something that many other girls have been a part of. >> reporter: in a win over melrose, the raiders continued their six-year winning streak. players both past and present celebrated years of hard work. >> it is an amaizing feeling. the best feeling, with all the other former players copping back. taking that picture. celebrating with all the hard work. such a great feeling. >> all these players i have coached all these years. the commitment, the dedication. all the coaches that have coached with me all these years. that is going through my mind right now. >> reporter: it hasn't always been easy. this team is staying focused. already thinking about their next game.
at least for one night, they will celebrate this historic win. >> i'm so thankful for all of these families that have supported us and all the former family that is came to us. thank you. >> reporter: this historic game ended with a 6-0 win over melrose. in watertown, elizabeth noreika, 7 news. >> jeremy:ia no record coal on the way. it does turn colder tomorrow. the forecast for the weekend up next. >> christa: breaking news out of the nation's capitol. hillary clinton being grilled about the attacks in ben gazy. we will have much more of the highly anticipated testimony. and the acts of kindness to honor a teacher who was killed two years ago. how people who don't even know her can help keep her memory alive.
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right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> christa: we begin with more breaking news here at 12:30 on this thursday. hillary clinton in the hot seat on capitol hill. answering questions about the deadly attacks on americans in benghazi, libya. in 2012. but she has been here before. now there is new information, though, fueling allegations that clinton could have done more to protect the men on the ground. tracie potts has the latest from washington. >> reporter: hillary clinton shook hands before what's expected to be a full day of testimony. rm chair slammed eight
ignoring thousands of e-mails from clinton's private server, he says, would have been irresponsible. >> that may be smart politics, but it is a lousy way to run a serious investigation. >> reporter: the committee spent nearly a year and a half and more than $4.5 million investigating why four americans died in the 2012 attacks in benghazi, libya. >> republicans are squandering millions of taxpayer dollars on this abusive effort to derail senator... secretary clinton's presidential campaign. >> reporter: clinton began by focusing on ambassador chris stephens and the four americans who died. >> i took responsibility, and as part of that, before i left office, i launched reforms to better protect our people in the field. >> reporter: but she argues to keep terrorism from growing, diplomats must continue to work in dangerous areas.
for us from bunkers. retreat from the world is not an option. >> reporter: later this afternoon, tough questions about e-mails, security, and inevitably, politics. this morning, jeb bush tweeted about this hearing calling the security failures in benghazi a stunning example of incompetent foreign policy. and he says hillary clinton's role in that deserves to be scrutinized. >> christa: also breaking that the hour, an american killed in a u.s. military operation to rescue kurdish hostages in northern iraq. this is according to a u.s. defense official. the mission was carried out overnight west of kirkuk. the official speaking on condition of anonymity. the operation had not yet been made public. also on 7: police arrest a methuen high school student they say wanted to carry out a shooting at his school. nick emmons has more on how
police found out about this alleged plot. >> police say a 16-year-old told one fellow student he hoped to shoot up methuen high school. investigators say the student referenced mass shootings, especially ones in schools and it wasn't just one threat. >> it was in person and some postings also. some written text messages. >> reporter: a female student told authorities she was concerned once the suspect reportedly said he also wanted to kill himself. >> i don't know if this would have progressed to him actually living out the fantasy. sort of a replica of coal mine type clothing. >> reporter: officers recovered tactical gear, bullets, but no real guns. >> we don't believe at any point, there was imminent danger to somebody at the school.
there was intervention in this case. >> reporter: the arrest happened monday night. but parents only found out wednesday. some parents were upset they didn't know for 48 hours, but the school superintendent says there is a good reason why officials waited. >> we worked hand in hand with the police, waiting for the investigation to be complete. so we would have the correct information to relay to the parents. >> reporter: again, police say there was not any immediate threat. the suspect has undergone a mental evaluation and is due back in court november 2. >> christa: police have arrested two men for carrying firearms on wednesday night. state troopers responded to a 911 call in foxboro after a driver told them a man in a volkswagen had pointed a gun at them. police tracked down the vehicle on 95. they arrested and charged a 20-year-old and 21-year-old with car rig firearms without a valid license. both are now being held on 7 news turning to your weather.
on this thursday afternoon. it's a mild day out there. in fact, we are looking to run for 70, believe it or not. tomorrow, we will dip back down. it is hard to keep track of this all. >> jeremy: it is. back and forth changes happening fast. right now, boston, 67. norwood, 70 degrees. our nor hall high is 59. we have a warm afternoon in progress. that will be the case for the remainder of the afternoon. in terms of rain, well, there have been clouds this morning. now we are back into the sunshine. i think the clouds eventually come back at us. and as that second wave of cloudiness comes into the area, a few scattered showers. hit and miss. a 40% chance mid to late afternoon and early this evening. low 70's throughout the afternoon. boston, 72. bill rickca, 71. there is cold air building across southern canada. a piece of the cold air heads for new england tomorrow.
few minutes. >> christa: highway officials are expecting more than 100,000 nuts after hundreds of cracked ones were found inside the big dig tunnels. the hardware is used to hold up lights inside the tunnels. crews are replaying any damaged ones. highway administrators say there is no risk that the lights will fall because they are also held up by wires. governor charlie bakeler meet with law enforcement officials at the stout... statehouse today to talk about legislation to battle the opioid crisis here in massachusetts. more than 680 people here in the commonwealth dialed from opioid overdoses in the first half of this year. that is a 6% increase from 2014. animal lovers fighting as well for a new state law to help keep pets safe. this is a cause with a lot of passionate support out there. kim khazei has the latest. >> >> reporter: images like these offend. animals in cages and being rescued from homes where they
were abused, police say. >> it is important that people know who these people are. >> reporter: lawmakers want to create a database like the sex offender registry. instead, it would be for animal abuser. >> people who abuse animals go on to abuse people. >> why should we have people abusing animals? >> reporter: one state rep is sponsoring the bill. he says the registry wouldn't be open to the public. only to shelters, breeders and pet stores. a convicted abuser would be forced to give all the state all their information, pay $50 a year to be lifted. if they failed to do so, they would be jailed or get a fine. >> animals become part of the family. and abusing an animal is so unfair. >> reporter: i'm kim khazei, 7 news. >> christa: a day of kindness being held today in honor of colleen ritzer, the teacher murdered two years ago today. ritter's best friend came up with the idea. so today people are encouraged
to take part in what they are calling random acts of kindness. and then share them on social media by using the hash tag "kindness for colleen." ritzer was killed inside danvers high school back in 2013. the trial of her accused killer is now on hold as he undergoes a psychiatric evaluation. another church going up in flames in st. louis. investigators say now this is the 7th church arson in that area in recent days. in fact, this one happened early this morning at the shrine of st. joseph catholic church. someone set the fire near a door when no one was inside the building. >> a very secluded area, as you can see. there appears to be no video cameras coming in or out of the area. whoever is responsible for this did some research, scouted the area out. and knew that they could get in and get out without possibly being seen. >> reporter: at least six of the arson cases were at predominantly black churches. congregation. officials don't know yet if the fires are connected.
police in mexico say they have arrested six people accused of helping the drug cartel boss known as el chapo escape from prison. officials say the group organized and carried out joaquin guzman's escape. in fact, his brother-in-law is one of the six people now facing charges. guzman broke out of prison back in july and is mexico's most wanted fugitive. britain has agreed to pay nearly $3 million in fines for failing to notify customers who were being charged an extra monthly fee. the settlement with the federal trade commission involves a $7.99 monthly fee added to the bill to lower... for people with lower credit scores. new additions to the texting world. apple releases an update to its operating system. installing new emojis. more than 150 of these characters were included.
>> jeremy: for the afternoon, a mild one. temps this afternoon heading for the low 70's. a few isolated showers this afternoon. nothing significant or long-l.a.ing. although getting some rain would not be a bad thing. been dry here in the month of october. boston, 67. norwood at 70. jaffrey, 62. weather system marching through southern new england, part one into this morning. thick clouds and sprinkles. everybody in the metro, the last half hour. and then here is the second part of the weather system. back through central new york state. a continuation of clouds. and a second batch of showers which i think will start to take advantage of the warm air across southern new england this afternoon. we will see a second wave of showery activity blocked throughout the afternoon. there might be a rumble of thunder.
in fact, right here in the berkshires, there is a flare-up right there. that may be encountering mt. greylock. the point being here as we work into the afternoon, a few scattered showers. isolated thundershowers possible. all because of a cooler push of air out of canada. moving the 60's and 70's out of new england. now, it won't turn this cold. we have done that this week once. we don't do it again. you get the point here. there is cold air on the map. some of this will break out of canada and race into southern new england late tonight and through the day tomorrow. that moving process, if you will, will result in isolated showers through the afternoon. fast-moving. not overly heavy. most towns, less than a tenth of an inch of rain. here in the month of october, we have only picked up .6 through the city of boston. there may be one more batch of rain on the way for sunday morning. as of now, no significant rain storms in sight for the next five six days. for the afternoon, 68-74.
boston this afternoon, 72. south coast, upper 6's, to around 70. decent afternoon to play some golf. for tonight, clear and cooler. lows in the 40's. we will start to crank up through the day tomorrow. some chilly winds tomorrow. a lot of sunshine. low 50's. saturday, the weekend, lots of sunshine on saturday. we get rid of the wind. sfos actually, a decent fall day on saturday. a good day to pick some apples. on sunday, here comes the weather system. generate more clouds. there may be an isolated shower on sunday morning. for the patriots game down at gillette, it should be dry. >> christa: a local cat is down to eight lives left after surviving a scary ride. the cat was stuck in a tit spot.
the engine of a car. kristen stopped at mcdonald's. she heard a meow. animal rescue helped make the save. >> we thought it might be stuck in there. it didn't appear to be coming out easily. we just kind of kept working. finally, the cat came loose. >> christa: is cat was checked out at the vet. now animal control will help find its owner or find a new home. a revere karate instructor raising the bar on the summer. she became the first woman in the world to become a grand master in her martial art. doreen knows how to hit. hard. she has been practicing for 42 years. >> after i took my first
where i belonged. >> reporter: but teaching isn't her only accomplishment. she recently became the first woman in the world to reach tenth-degree black-belt in karate, making her a grand master of the art. >> that was a pretty big honor. and a pretty big accomplishment. you know. and pretty intense experience for me. >> reporter: the 59-year-old made the trip to dublin ireland in july. >> in my whole life, i never imagined i would get there. i wasn't really nervous. you know, i was more anxious. i wanted to do it justice. i wanted my teacher to be proud. >> it was just a very surreal moment. honestly.
at the belt. it is a pretty big belt, you know. it's going to take me a while to feel comfortable wearing it. >> reporter: a well-deserved honor according to her family and students. >> one more time. >> i think it's awesome and amaying they get to be taught by her. >> my mother is as amazing as they come. she is setting the bar. >> reporter: as for what's next? she is interested in writing a book on how to teach karate. for right now, she is taking a mental break. in the control room, 7 news. kraer the pats set to face off against one of the toughest defenses in the n.f.l. we will tell you who to start and who to sit in this week's
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now what's going on with baltimore? >> reporter: they nearly won that play-off game. they are not really moving the ball against anybody. they are not stopping anybody. all sorts of bad going on right there. playing the cardinals this week. pro-caliber type stuff. john brown, pick him up for the start. >> christa: looks like cubs fans will have to wait longer to snap that championship drought. the mets won game four o. series to sweep chicago. they advance to the world series. the first time the mets have won the nl pennant since 2000. cubs haven't won the world series since 1908. khloe kardashian withdrawing divorce papers after her
former n.b.a. star lamar odom and khloe kardashian separated back in 2013. they filed for divorce. submitting all the paperwork in july. the judge had to sign off. however, that process came to a halt. craig melvin reports. >> reporter: it's official. khloe kardashian and lamar odom are calling off their divorce. court documents filed wednesday, kardashian's attorney requested the couple's penning divorce judgment be dismissed.
overdose, signed the agreement. >> with the health situation in flux, a source tells us that this stim my wasn't the time for the couple to move forward with the divorce proceeding. it is a very difficult and trying time for them. and they are focusing on the fact that lamar needs to get better. >> reporter: this morning, lamar odom is waking up again in a los angeles hospital. the two-time n.b.a. champion arrived three days ago with his previously estranged wife at his side. odom was found unresponsive last week inside a nevada brothel. our sister network reports odom's condition is improving. in statement released tuesday, khloe kardashian said, "the past week has been incredibly difficult but incredible strides have been made." the former n.b.a. champ still has a long road to recoverry. as the road to reconciliation gets under way. >> reporter: according to a
divorce attorney, the couple can still file for divorce again. the world's highest paid comedian for the fourth time. jerry seinfeld. according to forbes, seinfeld made $36 million last year. including revenues from stand-up tours. kevin hart coming in second on the list. of highest paid comedians. definitely a favorite around here. >> jeremy: right. yeah. i'm sure that pay check is spectacular and very real. so hey, very real colors. this is from mike barry in lynn. the foliage really popping. looks like a great afternoon to head out and check out the colors. fast few isolate showers this afternoon. low 70's. low 50's tomorrow. >> christa: that's going to do it for us. have a great afternoon, everybody. come back first at 4:00.