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police o overnight searching for the person who pulled the trigger, killing a man in brighton. >> jadiann: off the job, a pepperell police officer facing troubling charges is resigning from the force. >> you know, i would imagine i've thought more about what together. >> christa: hillary clinton closing the book on an 11-hour hearing on benghazi. the sister of a local man killed in the attack says the former secretary of state didn't tell the whole truth. >> jadiann: mexico bracing for impact. hurricane patricia strengthening own night. now the most powerful storm -- or central america has ever seen. good morning, everyone, i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. let's get a check of your forecast. jeremy, how are you doing? >> jeremy: doing well. here we are, 40s and 50s. boston 52.
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beverly 48. worcester 45. so the commute will be dry. the day is dry. partly to mostly sunny skies through the day. and we'll have a cool breeze develop so even though right now the numbers are in the upper 40s, a couple of lower 40s away from boston, you notice at 2:00 this afternoon, there's not much improvement. 49-51. a cool breeze through the afternoon then chilly ashows up later this evening and overnight. weekend's looking pretty good. more about that in 15 minutes. >> jadiann: thank you, j.r. let's talk about the roads. >> rich: good morning, downtown, they remind me to remind you the only slow down is getting into the tunnels. slow as they work at the entrance of the sumner, callahan and ted williams tunnels. look how good the expressway is. the turnpike is wide open and
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t is just getting going, on time. >> jadiann: breaking news, police are searching for a gunman following a deadly shooting. >> christa: investigators spent overnight look for any clue involved in the shooting. here's victoria warren. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, police are asking for the public's help this morning. they say that this man's body was found on this street behind me. the suspect last seen running through a parking lot nearby. so when police responded to the scene, there was an suv on the street and the 30-year-old man's body was on the ground. he was shot in the chest. this was on tellford street in brighton. some people arrived on the scene clearly very upset. police are not releasing the victim's name. the shooter was on foot and ran toward western avenue. at this point police don't have a suspect description. >> we are obviously still
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they are checking cameras in the area, they are obviously doing a canvas of the area, and if anybody has any information, police contact us. >> reporter: this all happened shortly before midnight last night. again, boston police are asking anyone with any information to come forward. live this morning in brighton, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. also breaking, one person has been killed in a shooting on the campus at tennessee state university. police say three men were shot overnight after an argument over a dice game. the other two victims were treated at the hospital. administrators at the school say the man who died was not a student. two weeks ago three people were shot at an offcampus party at the same school. >> overseas, 52 people killed and several injured when a bus
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fire in southwestern france, in wine country. the french president is promising a full investigation into what happened. >> jadiann: right now boston police searching for a suspect accused of stabbing a teenager at the jackson square t stop. it happened in the middle of the afternoon yesterday. police arrived and found the teen had life-threatening injuries and their suspect, another teen, was long gone. however, investigators say they were able to watch most of what happened on the station's surveillance cameras. >> the two knew each other. it was a fight. it was off-camera but it was a fight. when the victim came back in view of the camera, he lifted up his shirt and apparently there was a wound there. >> jadiann: the station had to be shut down for a couple of hours while police investigated. a pepperell police officer is off the job after allegedly using excessive force at the police station. the sergeant stepped down after
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the chief isn't giving any details but says it was an isolated incident. >> christa: students returning to class after a scare at school. police say that a boston teen tried to bring a loaded gun into the building. let's go to nicole oliverio outside the school for us this morning. officials say this 15-year-old tried to get around the school metal detector? >> reporter: that's right. that student came in late, tried to avoid the metal detectors but security officers stopped him and found that gun. police say a student walked into school with a loaded gun. his intentions unclear but officers say the student who metal detectors. >> if i was there, i don't know what i would do. it would have been frightening. >> school safety officers looked inside the student's unzipped handgun. officers tried to take the student into custody.
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he was violent, physical and tried to run off. >> things are going crazy right now. stuff happening everywhere. >> student know what is allowed and what's not and they pass through detectors every morning. >> they check you. >> it's unsettling to think about what could have happened. >> it's unacceptable. they shouldn't be doing that. they should be worried about education other than guns and drugs. >> police are investigating due they don't know what if any intentions the student had to use the gun at school. live in dorchester, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: also today, the woman to questioned the integrity of a juror in the aaron hernandez murder trial will be questioned herself in court. an attorney for hernandez says a woman called him and said the juror, her coworker, was aware the former pats tight end was also charged in a double murder case. that case was not allowed to be
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talked about during the trial of odin lloyd. hernandez was convicted of killing the semipro football player odin lloyd and is serving >> jadiann: presidential candidate hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail today, one day after the former social security marathon testimony in the highly anticipated congressional hearing on benghazi. the family of glen doherty, killed in the attack, was watching it go down. let's go to nancy chen in the control room with more on this sister's reaction. >> reporter: good morning, despite 11 hours of questioning and very tense moments, no real bomb shells came out of the hearing but glen doherty's sister now knows hillary clinton did not tell her the whole truth in the days after the attack. >> we were desperate and we were trying to call everybody we knew in benghazi and libya. >> they pressed hillary clinton
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ten hours over the attack. it left four americans dead, including embassador chris stevens and winchester native glen doherty. >> i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. >> clinton was hit hard about emails focusing on messages sent to world leaders and her own family after the attack where she said terrorists were to blame but the white house was publicly saying it was a video that ignited the violence. >> tell your family it's a terrorist attack but not the american people. >> we were not making up the intelligence, we were trying to get it, make sense of it, then share it. >> you have no interest in their story getting out. >> glen doherty's sister upset over the revelation. >> when i think back to that day and what she knew, you know, it shows me a lot about her character, that she would choose in that moment to basically perpetuate what she knew was untrue. >> clinton also faces toughed questions about why she didn't do more after stevens asked for
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>> here's what happened to their request. they were torn up. >> that's just not true, congressman. >> president obama did not watch the hearing. his press secretary says clinton's performance reminded him of why his boss has chosen her as secretary of state. >> christa: paul ryan says he's ready to run for house speaker. his decision coming a day after he received support of a key group of house republicans. an election for the position will be held coming up next week and he's expected to win that. he announced his candidacy in a letter to colleagues saying in part, quote: quote: also on the race for the white house, democratic presidential candidate lincoln chafee plans to give an update on the future of his campaign in a few hours. he tweeted he would talk about it during a speech to a women's leadership forum this morning.
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the former rhode island governor and senator's poll numbers have hovered around zero and. >> the secret service is warned his employees are overworked after a report reveals two agents were found sleeping on the job. this comes after a string of embarrassing incidents within the agency leaving critics saying something needs to change. >> when you're a federal law enforcement officer with the united states secret service you should operate at a higher caliber than this. >> the staffing is down 10% and they're not able to fill that void because of the cultural problems so deep seated, people are leaving the secret service. >> the secret service defended it's actions saying even though the sleeping officers were working over time, they had enough days off beforehand to be at work. >> hurricane patricia strengthening to a category 5 hurricane as it heads towards southwestern mexico.
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calls the storm extremely dangerous and says it should make landfall today. maximum sustained winds are 200 miles an hour. this may be the most powerful hurricane to hit the area since records began in 1949. >> christa: heavy rain is flooding parts of west texas as well and that rain only expected to get worsed to and tomorrow as the hurricane moves closer. emergency crews rescued dozens of people were stranded vehicles and flooded homes. several trailers and mobile homes were swept away but luckily, so far, no one has been hurt. >> jadiann: still ahead on this friday morning, a crook caught on camera, ripping off thousands of dollars worth of memorabilia from a saugus barbershop. >> christa: the family of a little girl killed in a road rage shooting is talking. hear their message for the man who confessed to the crime. >> jadiann: the boston red sox
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getting good news in the postseason. >> jeremy: for the day, a mix of clouds and sunshine. breezy. temperatures this morning starting in the upper 40s and not moving much through the day. only in the low 50s this afternoon.
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>> christa: it's safe to say we hope we don't see a winter like the one last year. it was historic. even if we do, there will not be a giant snow pile in boston. officials plan to spread the snow out across several locations in the city to keep the piles from getting too high. last winter it took until mid july for that 75-foot snow pile melt. it was quite the visual and obviously it looked like a hill of soot by the time it was over
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because of the garbage and gunk. >> jadiann: i missed that winter so -- >> christa: be lucky. feel lucky about it. >> jadiann: i'm counting my blessings right now. >> jeremy: yes, if you wondered what happened, just ask one ofous meteorologists and we'll take you down memory lane. it may be ugly. you may hear weird words. breezy and cool through the day today. a dry weekend, except for sunday morning. there may be isolated showers sunday morning. if sunday morning was your plan for outdoor activities a bike ride or hiking, i would keep those plans because i don't think this is a weather event sunday morning where it's widespread, heavy rain. it's like the last few days a spot shower, a they last three or four minutes and move about their business. it's dry all day. you don't need the rain gear. the city 52. fitchburg 40. provincetown 54. a cool front moved through new
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the cool air is slow to arrive. the cold stuff across southern canada and northern new england. boston 52. sudbury, canada 28. it don't be that cold today but this is where our weather's coming from today so it's going to be tough to improve upon that 52 in boston. in fact what it happen, the city may back up a couple of degrees this morning. 10:00 this morning, boston's temp could dip to 49. by the afternoon hours, make it back into the low 50s for a short time. 20 degrees cooler than yesterday. the city hit 73 yesterday so noticeably cooler this afternoon. ipswich and georgetown around 7:00 this evening, 48. revere and salem, upper 40s. north attleboro and mansfield, layer up. upper 40s to start the game. chilly this evening with wind fading. mostly clear skies.
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lows 30-35, the weekend, clouds and sunshine tomorrow. at one time i thought brilliant shine but the clouds may race in tomorrow morning and turn overcast tomorrow but dry. here's the weather system sunday morning. see how narrow the green blob is? a narrow line of brief, fast-moving showers. sunday afternoon, partial clearing and milder on sunday. temps today like today, lower 50s. sunday will feature a risk of an isolated shower. temps sunday afternoon, low 60s. boston tomorrow afternoon 53. then on sunday afternoon, the city around 63. norwood 63. picking apples this weekend? still plenty to be had on the trees with temperatures 50s and 60s. patriots back home after about a month it seems on the road in the bye-week. dry through the game. low 60s. patriots by 10. a good game. 7on7 forecast, mostly sunny skies monday and tuesday. see you in a bit.
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>> jadiann: a pharmaceutical company offering a cheap alternative to a pricey pill that sparkedout rage. the company says it will make a similar version of 750-dollar dara prim pill. they faced criticism when he bought the drug and raised the price 5,000%. >> christa: a school in northern california is solving the problem are getting kids to sit still and pay attention. they're not having them sit at all. the school dumped the old-fashioned desks and replaced them with taller models. they say having the kids stand will prevent health problems that come with sitting too much. teacher teachers say it helps them focus. >> i can hold their attention for longer because i feel like their brains and bodies are active and more awake. >> christa: it makes perfect sense.
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a seat whenever they're feeling tired. you see that little bar that boy was swinging on? that's a fidget bar. it's a fantastic idea, especially with kids with sensory issues. >> jadiann: why didn't we think of that sooner? your kids have so much energy. >> christa: it's a really evolved teacher. can we get her here. >> jadiann: very cool. next, john farrell getting a positive diagnosis from the doctor. when the red sox skipper could be back on the field wit his team. >> christa: the hunt is on for a thief who broke into a saugus
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showers and thunderstorms into portions of texas. dry on the west coast. this is hurricane patricia continuing to move north. it strengthened overnight so much so it's the strongest hurricane on record that the national hurricane center ever had to monitor, including the atlantic as well as the eastern north pacific with winds, sustained winds, at 200 miles an hour with this storm here. time for 7sports with joe amorosino. >> cancer is a tough and ruthless opponent but john farrell is not the time to back down from a fight. 6'4" and square jawed he's the wrong guy to mess with. his non-hodgkin's lymphoma is in remission. good news after post treatment testing. they say, quote, we all admire him for his strength and courage and look forward to having him
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back. the skimmer saying, quote. carmelo anthony and the knicks helping brad stevens celebrate his birthday. marcus smart, 7 points and a game high nine assists. jared sullinger trying to work into the rotation. a nice jay over here and that was 2 of 16 for him. celtics beat the knicks 99-85 the final. with the win the celtics improve to 5-1 on the preseason. tonight they take on the mets in manchester, new hampshire.
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>> christa: jerry remy will be back as the color commentator but not on a full schedule. remy will work at least 100 games next year. dennis eckersley and steve lyons will be in the booth for some games. dave o'brian is replacing don orsillo owe on play-by-play. >> a fugitive captured in brookline. how a bird that spent three months terrorizing people was put back in the cage. >> christa: parents, check the toy box. there's a health hazard causing build a bear workshop to recall some toys. >> jadiann: in brighton, police are investigating a deadly shooting there. who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced. and tax cuts every single year. right to rise usa is responsible for the content
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who has the plan for jobs? jeb. tax cuts for the middle class. eliminates special loopholes. an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> jadiann: following breaking news, a deadly shooting in brighton.
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police looking for the public's help finding the shooter. >> christa: a crime on camera. the search is on for a thief who stole thousands of dollars worth of sports memorabilia off the walls of a barbershop. >> jadiann: a jailbird behind bars. how a wanted cockatoo was finally apprehended. >> christa: all right. good morning, everybody. it's friday. i'm christa delcamp. thompson. we want to start with a check of your forecast with jeremy reiner and, boy, what a week of weather we've had. >> jeremy: i know. unreal. i'm glad it's friday. i know you are as well. 40s and 50s. boston 52. norwood 41. bedford 45. dry all day today. you don't need the rain gear. you don't need it on standby or anything like that so the air is dry. mostly sunny skies this morning. more clouds this afternoon. temps are a little bit goofy. we're in the upper 40s now but through the day they don't move much.
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into the afternoon, that cool breeze shows up. temps this afternoon near 50. >> christa: "fast track traffic." we leave that in the hands of rich kirkland. good morning, rich. you. we're live on the turnpike. the white lights are coming at you out of the allston, brighton tolls. soldiers field road is all good. good everywhere you go. the expressway 13 minutes one end to the other. is there a slowdown in a little bit on route 1a southbound in east boston, past the wood island t station heading for the airport. everything is okay and the t is on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: we're following breaking news. boston police are searching for the person who shot and killed a man in brighton last night. investigators say shots were fired on tellford street. a 30-year-old man died at the scene. police say the shooter ran through a parking lot in the direction of western avenue. officers do not have a
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students at tech boston academy in dorchester are returning to school after a gun scare. a teen walked in with a loaded handgun in his bag. he was caught after he tried walking around the school's metal detectors. it's unclear what charges he's expected to face. the chairman of the house committee on benghazi says he appreciated hillary clinton coming to testify during the 11-hour hearing. it revealed clinton sent emails to world leaders and her family after the attack where she said terrorists were to blame but the white house was publicly saying a video sparked the violence. >> happening now, police are trying to track down the person seen in some video stealing irreplaceable sports memorabilia as a barbershop in saugus. more. >> reporter: the barbershop owner says she's devastated by the theft. her shop wall featured jerseys from legends including tom
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busick but they're missing. the person who to took the jerseys is likely a former employee or a customer. >> that's brady. >> a man is seen swiping numerous framed team jerseys. >> he knows what he was doing. >> it took only five minutes early thursday morning to break in and steal a dozen jerseys from this sports themed barbershop. >> christa: just seeing blank walls. >> this one was a larry bird autograph. >> when justin petkweich closed shop wednesday, the wall still featured the jerseys. >> we a nomar garciaparra. >> now it's nothing but bolts on a blank wall. >> someone staked out the place and figured out what they wanted. it's ridiculous. >> they came in through here. >> the masked man walked in and tore down a surveillance camera but another one recorded his actions. >> he's quick, too. >> he took down the jerseys and left. >> he's taking one right there.
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years old but it's been a lifelong dream for rebecca who is left with an empty feeling. >> it was my idea, my -- everything. it's beyond just -- you know, a lot of people came in to look at it. it was the thing of the shop. i feel like it's been ripped away. >> those jerseys all belong to the shop's owner or relatives. she just wants them back so everyone can enjoy them when they come to the barbershop. nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: former attorney general martha coakley says daily fantasy football website draftkings is willing to work with regulators. the controversy rages on as the new advisors for draftkings speaks out. they hired coakley to serve as an vier. draftkings and fanduel have been the subject of recent
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of possible insider tradings. >> draftkings and other sports fantasy games have undertaken to speak to the legislature, they've had several meetings around the country and the real issue is can we provide for the consumer protection and the satisfaction that regulators rightfully want to see? >> jadiann: coakley made it clear she's and advisor and not representing the website. maura healey is involved on the state side looking at future possibilities for the fantasy community. >> we've got to make determinations as a state about how to go forward. are we going to permit this industry? are we going to put controls on this industry? you're office is going to focus on what we think makes sense under the law, understanding what the state of play is here. >> jadiann: healey said she would not fight to shut downdraft draft but try to find recommendations to ensure a legal and fair experience for consumers. >> christa: the department of
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transportation believes human error caused hardware in the big dig tunnels to crack. hundreds of nuts hold up lights and highway administrators believe they were screwed in too tightly. crews found more than 900 of them damaged in the ted williams tunnel, the i-90 connector and the tunnel system. it will take six months to make the necessary repairs. >> jadiann: happening today, several american bells from the former holy trinity church will be will be put in place at the cathedral of the holy cross. the bells were restored and cardinal sean o'malley blessed them this week. >> christa: the cockatoo that spent the past few months irritating people in brookline is back in his cage this morning. >> jadiann: a team of rescue workers, volunteers and an expert caught the bird thursday.
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he escaped from his cage in july and had been chewing holes in people's homes and was annoying people with his loud screech. >> christa: people's homes? are you kidding me. >> jadiann: maybe he has a sharp beak. >> christa: maybe he's a real dinosaur. i'm glad he's caught. just ahead, trouble in toyland. why build a bear workshop is recalling a line of stuffed animals. >> jadiann: soccer fields in pease bridgewater destroyed by vandals. the key clue that could lead to an arrest. >> christa: the foods you want to pick up in stores over the weekend that could give your immune system a boost during this cold and flu season. >> christa: bread and milk, no big storms this weekend.
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good morning, boston 52. bedford 45. jaffrey 47. mostly clear skies. a few more clouds this afternoon. both commutes are dry with a fair amount of sunshine.
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upper 40s. we were colder on monday. what happens is that the numbers don't change all that much. so when school lets out this afternoon, it will be about 20 degrees colder than yesterday. only in the low 50s this afternoon. >> christa: now on 7news. a choking hazard prompted build a bear to recall more than 30,000 stuffed animals sold in the u.s. and canada. the recall is for the stuffed animal known as the star bright's dragon. a seam can open allowing the stuffing to get exposed which is a choking hazard. no injuries have been reported. the toy, returned to any build a bear workshop. more information is available at whdh.com. >> jadiann: sprint agreed to pay $3 million in fines for failing to notify customers they were charged an extra fee. a $7.99 fee was added to customers with lower credit
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scores. they did not give customers the required information about why they were placed in a more costly program. sprint hasn't commented on the complaint. mcdonald's wants to redefine what you get for $2. they're asking franchisees to approve two items, a mcdouble and small fry for $2. the mcdonald's c.e.o. hopes it will help the fast food chain regain customers. during the last earnings call the c.e.o. stressed the need to return to, quote, winning on value. the value meals all right are budget meals so that's like a -- >> christa: i take advantage of that dollar menu many times. as long as i get breakfast all day. >> christa: we have lots to get to, including "know and go." an an explosive scene caught on camera. what caused that underground blast. >> in brighton, boston police
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searching for a shooter after a man is killed last night. >> jaiann: the maine nurse at the center of an ebola quarantine scandal taking action against new jersey governor chris christie. who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced. and tax cuts every single year.
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who has the plan for jobs? jeb. tax cuts for the middle class. eliminates special loopholes. an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> christa: good morning, it's 5:45 on friday. we're trying to get your day
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well on the right note. >> jadiann: which means it's "know and go" time. let's get turnover j.r. and talk about the weather. >> jeremy: breezy and cool. mostly sunny skies. the weekend is mainly dry. there may be isolated showers on sunday morning. it's nothing significant. in fact some of you will go sunday morning and not have a drop. cool on saturday. milder on sunday. 40s and 50s at this time. the city 52. worcester 45. jaffrey 47. we made the low 70s yesterday but that won't happen today as a cold front came through last evening. that's long gone. the shower threat is gone as well. what will happen from here out is a northerly wind takes over and that's going to try to drive some of this colder air out of canada into metro boston during the afternoon. even though the numbers are in the upper 40s to low 50s. what i'm advertising doesn't change much. as we work through the day, it flat lined and if anything, after 4:00 or 5:00, the numbers dive into the middle 40s this
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evening. normal high is 59. a cool afternoon, especially compared to yesterday afternoon. tonight, chilly, wind fading. lows 30-35. weekend. a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow. the clouds may take over tomorrow afternoon. it's dry tomorrow. most of sunday is dry. the weather system sunday morning with sprinkles and isolated showers. otherwise clouds and sun on sunday afternoon. milder. low 50s tomorrow. low 60s on sunday. should be fine for the patriots game. heading up to salem this weekend to check out the freaks and freak shows, including yourself? well, it will be good on sunday. lower 60s. even tomorrow, those costumes will keep you warm. temperatures near 50. have fun. >> jadiann: let's get over to "fast track traffic." i don't know how the roads are looking. are they fun? >> rich: well, no. we have a problem on the turnpike. it's not serious but it's in a bad spot.
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the turnpike eastbound, a spinout a half mile before the tolls. the backup may not be substantial but we'll watch it. the expressway is all right. very good for this time of day. no headaches on the downtown highways as well. heading for the t, it's on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: let's get to that breaking news out of brighton where police right now are searching for a gunman because there. >> jadiann: those shots ringing out on teleford street. victoria warren is live for us with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning. police this morning asking for the public's help saying that the man's body was found on this street here behind me. the suspect last seen running through a parking lot nearby. all this happening just before midnight last night when police showed up. there was an suv on the street and the 30-year-old man's body was on the ground. he was shot in the chest. this is on tellford street in brighton. some people arrived on scene
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clear very upset. police are not releasing the victim's name. the shooter was on foot and ran toward western avenue. at this point police don't have a suspect description but they did spend the evening canvassing the neighborhood. there were several surveillance camera systems in the area so they'll be looking at the surveillance footage, trying to get a look at the suspect so they can release more information to the public. if you know anything that can help them out, they want to hear from you. live in brighton, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: new details on the ebola outbreak and the nurse were maine who was detained and quarantined is suing the state of new jersey and governor chris christie. casey hickox claims she was illegally held against her will after she returned from treating ebola patients in sierra leone. officials say she had a fever and she said she did not have any symptoms. police in burlington, vermont are looking for a person
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the ronald mcdonald house. they burned the statue face, took off its head and cut off its feet with a saw. the statute had been on a bench outside the home in burlington for years, welcoming sick children and their families who need to be close to a nearby hospital. >> ronald mcdonald, that figurine represents a lot to so many who stay here. i don't think i understood the enormity until this happened. >> christa: employees estimate it will cost about $7,500 to buy a new statute and they plan to keep it indoors from now on. >> jadiann: wreckage washing ashore in the bahamas is believed to be part of the cargo ship that vanished at sea during hurricane joaquin. authorities are verifying if tennis shoes and plastic containers found are linked to the el faro ship. until now there have been no clues on the cargo ship whereabouts. investigators believe all 33 crew members onboard were killed
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in the accident, including winthrop navy active keith griffin and jeffrey matthias from kingston. >> christa: police are searching for vandals that caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to a soccer field. >> jadiann: the suspects use used a car to do the damage. you can see the tire marks. they shredded the grass and officials hope these clues can track down the suspects. those who work on the field say this has happened before. >> we're going to look into putting up barriers. you know, installing additional cameras and lighting to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> jadiann: the crews patched up the field since then. >> christa: happening today, a town hall meeting planned in florida to talk about the police shooting of cory jones. hundreds of people peacefully protests for jones yesterday in west palm beach. the 31-year-old was allegedly waiting for a tow truck on an interstate off-ramp sunday when he was killed by a plain
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clothessed off-duty officer. trayvon martin's attorneys expected to attend. a mother and father of a toddler killed in a road rage incident say their daughter will be sorely missed. after two drivers had words, the car pulled up to his truck and fired shots that hit four-year-old lilly. her parents say they have faced compares to losing their daughter. >> i don't want anybody to go through this. it's not fair people don't know how to handle emotions. >> we had another murder in the family. 12 years ago i lost my brother and him and i were inseparatable. and i thought i lost my world when i lost him but it doesn't compare to losing a child. >> christa: the other driver has been arrested and has been charged with murder. >> jadiann: caught on camera, police in tampa are looking for
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store and stole more than 40 handguns. at at least three people broke through a cement wall to get in. surveillace footage shows them loading guns into duffle bags. all the serial numbers are on record and police hope to track the weapons down. >> christa: video released showing last week's explosion at a nuclear storage side in nevada is at the u.s. ecology storage site. severe damage forced crews to shut down roads and highways for several hours. state officials say there are no known health risks to people in the area and the cause of the investigated right now. >> jadiann: new this morning, mexican police bust a drug tunnel found on the u.s. border run by el-chapo. authorities found 12 tons of marijuana and arrested 22 people. the tunnel which is not far from
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had lighting, ventilation and rail system to move the drugs. >> christa: in today's health cast, many students who have severe allergic reactions in school were unaware they had allergies. a stud isy found 22% of life-threatening reactions were first time events. experts say this really shows the importance of having epinephrine in public places. if you're feeling sick and run down, eat foods to give your immune system a boost. according to the experts, yogurt has tons of good back tear to help your stomach feel better. oats boost immunity and help wounds heal. cinnamon can help fight off back tear and green tea, loaded with antioxidants keep yourself strong and healthy.
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>> jadiann: you ever been walking around boston and thought it yourself there are a lot of good-looking people around here? alone. according to the dating app clover, boston ranks in the top five for the most attractive women and men. women trail only manhattan and santa monica and one spot ahead of miami. for the men, jacksonville, scottsdale and virginia beach. >> christa: i notice that the women are technically better looking than the men in boston in this particular survey. just kidding. it's all relative and very subjective i'm guessing. >> jadiann: i think j.r. is on that list. >> jeremy: i bring it down. if i were to stand next to you two. >> christa: this is getting awkward. >> jeremy: boston 52. bedford 45. jacksonville, really?
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that one caught me off-guard. what ever. mostly sunny skies. breezy and cool. show off that fall wardrobe. temps in the low 50s this afternoon. >> christa: stay with us. >> jadiann: we'll be right back,
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officer off the job add mid allegations of excessive force jo hillary clinton grilled about benghazi. this morning, strong reaction from the family of a winchester man killed in the attack. >> it shows me a lot about her character. >> a powerful and potentially catastrophic hurricane barreling mexico. dot. good to have you here, i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: we love waking up with you. it's friday, the last hurrah if you're working the monday through friday schedule. you can do this. >> christa: look into the finish line. it's all good, right? >> jeremy: cross into a face plant. made it. boston 51. plymouth 58. fitchburg 42. i stayed up late for the patriots game sunday and haven't recovered. the numbers not that cold but
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5-15 miles an hour and that northerly wind is persistent. it will stay with us the entire day and funnel in cool air. so it's going to be real tough to move the numbers all that much more the remainder of the day. now is not bad. upper 40s. monday morning was cold. as we work through a the afternoon hours, only in the low 50s this afternoon. that's about 20 degrees cooler than yesterday afternoon. definitely back to the october wardrobe for the day. >> jadiann: let's get over to rich kirkland this morning and check on the traffic. good morning to you. >> rich: good morning, jadiann. we have trouble on the turnpike. we have the camera on the map. a two-car crash near the weston tolls. backup is four miles on the turnpike inbound. that's a problem. the cars are off the roadway but the backup is there. heavy traffic on the expressway, in the middle. not bad downtown. nothing wrong with route 93, the turnpike or most of route 128. the turnpike within route 128 that is. nothing wrong with the t. that's on time.
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new england." >> christa: breaking news. police are on the scene investigating a deadly shooting in brighton. >> jadiann: one man was found shot several times. victoria warren is live for us with the very latest this morning. >> reporter: good morning. jadiann. police this morning are asking for the public's help because they need to find a shooter. they say this man's body was found in the street behind me and the suspect last seen running through a parking lot nearby. all this happening just before midnight last night when police showed up there was an suv on the street and the 30-year-old man's body was on the ground. he was shot in the chest. some people arrived on the scene clearly upset. police are not releasing the victim's name. police say the shooter was on foot and ran toward western avenue. at this point police don't have a suspect description but they did spend the evening canvassing the neighborhood, talking with any witnesses or anybody who
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they say there's several surveillance systems so they'll review the video in hopes of getting a suspect description out there. live in brighton, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: also breaking, a 19-year-old man has been killed. three women wounded in a shooting on the campus of tennessee state university. the shooting happened after a fight over a dice game. at the school. it's not known if the shooter has any connection at all to the university. but it was two weeks ago three people were shot at an off-campus party. >> jadiann: breaking news out of france. at least 42 people were killed and several injured when a bus and truck crashed and caught fire in southwest france in wine country. this morning the french president is promising a full investigation into what happened. >> christa: students in dorchester returning to class today after a scare at school.
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tried to bring a loaded gun into that building. this is nicole oliverio with us right now and officials say the 15-year-old tried to get around the metal detector as well. >> reporter: that's right. he showed up late to school and then didn't want to go through the metal detector. security officers stopped him and searched his backpack. police say a student walked into school with a loaded gun. his intentions unclear. but officers say that student who arrived late tried avoiding the metal detectors. >> if i was there, i would have -- i don't know what i would do. i would be frightened. >> christa: at that point school safety officers at tech boston academy looked inside the backpack and saw a loaded handgun like that one. officers tried to take the student into custody but he was violent and physical and tried running off. >> things started going crazy. you -- stuff happening everywhere. >> students know what is allowed and what's not at school and they have to pass through detectors every morning.
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>> they check people, the bag. >> they say it's unsettling to think about what could have happened. >> it's unacceptable. they shouldn't be do that. they should be worried more about education. >> boston police are investigating. it's unclear if the student had any intention of using the gun at school or why he had it. live in dorchester, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you. right now a pepperell police officer is off the job after allegedly using excessive force at the police station. the sergeant stepped down after the department concluded their own investigation into the incident. the chief isn't giving details as to what happened but he says it was an isolated incidents. boston police are searching for a suspect accused of stabbing a teenager at the jackson t stop. police arrived and found the teen had life-threatening injuries and the suspect,
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another teen, was long gone. investigators were able to watch most of what happened on the station's surveillance cameras. >> the two knew each other. it was a fight. it was off-camera. but it was a fight. when the -- the victim came back in view of the camera and he lifted his shirt and apparently there was a wound there. >> the station had to be shut down for a couple of hours while police investigated. >> christa: hillary clinton is getting back on the presidential campaign trail today after a marathon grilling on capitol hill about benghazi. it lasts 11 hours. here's nancy chen. you have reaction from the family of the winchester native killed in the attack. >> despite 11 hours of questioning and tense moments, no real bomb shells came out of the hearing but this morning glen doherty's sister knows hillary clinton did not tell her the truth in the days after the attack. >> we were desperate and we were
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trying to call everybody we knew in benghazi and libya. >> republicans pressed hillary clinton for more than ten hours during a hearing on the 2012 establishing on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. it left four americans dead including embassador chris stevens and glen doherty. >> i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. >> clinton was hit hard about her emails focuses on messages sent to world leaders and her family after the attack where she said terrorists were to blame but the white house was publicly saying a video ignited the violence. >> tell your family it's a american people. >> we were not making up the intelligence. we were trying to get it, make sense of it, then to share it. >> you have no interest in their story getting out. >> glen doherty's sister upset. >> when i think back now to that day and what she knew, you know, it shows me a lot about her character that she would choose in that moment to basically perpetuate what she knew was
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>> clinton also faced tough questions about why she didn't do more after stevens asked for increased security before the attack. >> here's basically what happened to the request. they were torn up. >> that's just not true, congressman. >> president obama did not watch the hearing. his press secretary says clinton's performance reminded him of why his boss had chosen her at secretary of state. in the newsroom, nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: paul ryan says he's ready to run for house speaker. the decision after he got support of house republicans. an election to replains john boehner will be next week. ryan is expected to win. ryan announced his candidacy in a letter to his colleagues saying in part, i never thought i would be speaker but i pledged to you if i could be a unifying figure, i would serve. i would go all in. >> christa: democratic presidential candidate lincoln
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future of his campaign in a few hours. he tweeted he would talk about it during a speech in the nation's capitol this morning. the former rhode island governor and senator's poll numbers have hovered around zero. we have new details this morning on the deadly sword attack that happened in a school in sweden. we told you about this yesterday. the attacker had a racist motive and they're calling it a hate crime based on what they found in his house. the way he dressed and selected his victims. the 21-year-old masked man stabbed four people before police shot and killed him. this picture shows him posing with students who thought he was wearing a costume before he continued his killing spree. >> jadiann: tracking the tropics, hurricane patricia has become the most powerful storm hemisphere. it's a category five with maximum sustained winds at 200 miles an hour.
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in southwestern mexico today. >> the hurricane is expected to cause major flooding in western texas through the weekend as it inches closer to the u.s. some of places will see a foot of rain. emergency crews rescued dozens of people from stranded vehicles and flooded homes. several mobile homes have been swept away as well but so far there have been no injuries reported. >> jadiann: still ahead a barbershop heist caught on camera. the local owner demanding answers after pricelets sports memorabilia is stolen. >> a warning about bacon, sausage and burgers. >> jadiann: a man loses part of his leg to a shark bite. wait until you hear how he got the shark to let go. >> breezy and cool. upper 40s.
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it is time to rise and shine on this friday morning. shawn. he, get this, is up in frederickton new brunswick canada and watches every morning. thank you, shawn. good morning and what a >> christa: i have received emails from people there and were surprised they get 7news but the reach is far and wide i guess here at 7news. we want to see how you start your day, whether you're in canada, massachusetts, new hampshire, wherever you are. send your rise and shine pictures to whdh.comer tweet us
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with the hatch tag rise and shine on 7. >> jadiann: i hope you're having a nice start to your friday. christa brought us treats so this was nice of you. thanks for doing that. >> christa: selfish at heart. i love cinnamon rolls so i had to share. iouldn't eat them all myself. >> jeremy: you brought sinatra music on tuesday, cinnamon rolls today. you're crushing it. orange 43. there's some wind out there. winds out of north and the northwest overnight. not overly strong but persistent, continuous. and it's from canada. that's going to drag colder air into new england during the afternoon hours. not this cold. sudbury canada 28. montreal 37. what happens is because the temps right now start in the upper 40s and it will be going against that north wind, the north wind wins out. it does not allow temps to move much.
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this morning and even at noon, still upper 40s to around 50. briefly this afternoon low 50s which is much cooler than normal and also much, much cooler than yesterday. yesterday we were in the low 70s. the chilly air begins to take hold this afternoon and this evening. for tonight, wind fades. mostly clear, cold, lows 30-35. the weekend, cool tomorrow with clouds and sunshine. we start with sun. clouds take over by the afternoon. it's a dry day. most of sunday is dry. there's a little weather system that zips through sunday morning with a slight chance of a few showers, hit and miss showers sunday morning. if you have outdoor plans sunday morning, going for a jog or morning bike ride, right now i would keep that because i don't think the chance is high enough to really warrant a change in plans. by sunday afternoon, we do start to see skies clear up partially and it's warmer sunday. tomorrow low 50s. sunday, low 60s.
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boston today and tomorrow lower 50s. by the afternoon hours, the city around 63, history was made overnight. this is the strongest hurricane that the national hurricane center has observed. the hurricane center's responsible for storms in the eastern north pacific. mexico, as well as the atlantic. so it passes the record from -- it tied hurricane linda in 1997 and also hurricane wilma in the atlantic. minimum pressure 880 millibars. the strongest on the planets, typhoon tip 1979. the forecast, next week, no hurricanes, no typhoons, just sunshine on monday. have a great weekend. >> christa: "fast track traffic" time on a friday morning. rich, what do you have? >> rich: a backup on the turnpike i'm afraid. a two-car crash on the turnpike in a bad spot before the westin tolls. the backup 7 miles because of that crash a half mile before the weston tolls.
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elsewhere it looks like a friday. 93 at all. the expressway filling in. right now about a 22 minute not bad. no delays on route 128 and the t says no delays here either. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: the world health organization reportedly plans to declare that bacon burger sausage and other processed meats cause cancer. according to the website the daily mail, red meat is expected to be added to the list. processed meat, that's expected to be put in the same category at cigarettes, alcohol and asbestos. health officials say people who eat a lot of these meats are at higher risk of bowel cancer. >> a pharmaceutical company offering a cheap alternative that sparkedout rage. the company will make a similar version of the $750 daraprim
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the c.e.o. of during pharmaceuticals faced criticism when he bought the drug and raised the price 5,000%. >> jadiann: the victim of a shark attack in hawaii is talking. the man lost one foot and doctors are trying to save the other. he lost so much blood a few more minutes, he would have been dead. he threw punches while trying to break free. >> i kept thinking if i punched him enough, he would let me go but he wasn't. he pulled me down one last time so i reached out and put my finger in his eye and pulled out his eyeball so he let go. >> jadiann: wow. the father and son in canoes nearby heard the man scream and rushed to help. >> a school in northern california is solving the problem of getting kids to sit still and pay attention. they're not having them sit at all.
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the school went ahead and dumped all the old-fashioned desks, replaced them with taller models. they say having the kids stand will prevent so many health problems we face with sitting too often and teachers say they're focusing better in the class. >> i noticed i can hold their attention for longer because i feel like their brains and bodies are active and more awake. >> students are still able to take a seat if they feel tired. but look at that bar you see going back and forth. it's a fidget bar. how many times have you seen your kids frigidding? >> jadiann: that's brilliant. >> christa: i don't doubt it keeps them focused. if they have sensory issues, that helps. that teacher is genius. >> jadiann: i taught school for a while years ago and one of the biggest problems was sit still, sit still. sit down. that was the rule. that just erases all of that
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and, like she said, the kids focus more. >> i think rethinking how we do things is not a bad idea. >> jadiann: right. all right. see if that becomes more mainstream. still ahead, red sox manager john farrell scoring a big victory. the latest on his battle with cancer. >> christa: a big move for a church in boston. the historic bells getting hoisted today. >> jadiann: and prince harry coming to america soon. details on where he plans to go, hand-crafted...layer by layer.
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>> jeremy: business travel, dry on both coasts. there's a stripe of rain in minneapolis through dallas. dallas, it's locally heavy with moisture from hurricane patricia. high school football this evening, all the games in southern new england look dry and cool. northal attleboro and mansfield, upper 40s.
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sunday afternoon, patriots and jets, kickoff will be dry. near 60. there may be isolated showers tailgating sunday morning. just isolated. >> christa: red sox manager john fairly's non-hodgkin's lymphoma is in remission. he learned the news wednesday following post treatment testing at mgh. the sox president says he admires farrell's strength and courage and looking forward to seeing him back leading the team. farrell released a statement saying, quote: >> christa: jerry remy will be back at the color commentator for red sox games but he won't work a full schedule. we'll work at least 100 games.
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dennis and steve will be in the booth. they're expected to use a three-man crew from time to time. >> jadiann: the seattle seahawks had no problem beating san francisco. the 49ers on the road. marchand lynch scored a touchdown on seattle's first possession. lynch ran for 122 yards and the seahawks defense recorded six sacks. seattle won 20-3. ucla's kicker had a highlight. just before halftime in the game he hit a 60-yard field goal breaking the school record. it's the first successful 60-yard field goal in college football since 2012. he'll have knocks on his door soon. >> christa: very nice. probably still celebrating. where are the best places for halloween? you may be surprised but a survey out today.
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>> jadiann: also, look at this guy. this pesky bird on the run for months is back behind bars. we'll tell you how. >> christa: he's really annoying people in brookline apparently but not anymore. an explosive new book reveals intimate details on the life of
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>> jadiann: breaking news at 6:30a large police presence in brighton. what we've learned about a deadly shooting. >> christa: a masked thief cleaning out a saugus barbershop. >> a larry bird autograph. >> autograph memorabilia snatched from the walls. >> an elaborate drug tunnel discovered linking america and the u.s. belongs to the infamous he will chop. >> a big job to get historic bells in place.
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police escort back to where it belongs. good friday morning. everyone. i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. who's ready for the weekend? early halloween parties out there too. so ... parties. >> jadiann: good things to plan >> jeremy: absolutely. the weather pretty good. no big reports. there may be isolated showers sunday morning but tonight and tomorrow night is dry. norwood 38. there you go, i appreciate that. bedford 47. nashua 50. there's some wind out there in some cities and towns. it's from the north. a cool wind that is with us the entire day. because it never really lets up, it does not allow temperatures to move much during the day. norwood, you will, you won't stay at 38. generally upper 40s. look at 2:00 this afternoon. still only in the upper 40s and low 50s. 7:00 this evening, chilly. we will talk more about the
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let's go to "fast track traffic." here's rich kirkland for us. >> rich: we're live on the turnpike right now. that crash by the weston tolls is gone but the backup is eight miles of heavy traffic on the turnpike inbound trying to get to the weston tolls. route 1 stacking up early before the orange dinosaur, before 99. the expressway, not stopping and starting. a good sign downtown. there's 93. so far very good. so is route 128 and the t, on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. let's track breaking news. boston police are searching for the person who shot and killed a man in brighton last night. investigators say shots were fired on tellford street and a 38-year-old man died at the scene. police don't have a vice presidential of the shooter. we have a crew working the story and will have a update in 10 minutes.
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the other top stories, students at tech boston academy in dorchester returning to class after a gun scare yesterday. police say a teen walked into the building with loaded handgun in his bag. he was apparently caught after he tried walking around the school metal detectors. it's unclear what charges he's expected to face for that. a police officer in pepperell is off the job this morning after allegedly using excessive force at the police station. the sergeant stepped down after the department concluded their investigation into the incident. the chief is not giving details as to exactly what happened but incident. >> jadiann: a barbershop owner on the lookout for irreplaceable sports memorabilia ripped off the walls of the shop. the items included jerseys signed by boston sports legends. nancy chen joins us with video that police want you to see. >> the barbershop owner says she's devastated by the theft.
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her shop's wall featured numerous jerseys including tom brady, johnny busick but they're missing. the person who took the jerseys is likely a former employee or a customer. >> that's brady. >> a man is seen swiping numerous framed team jerseys. >> i knows what he was doing. >> it took only five minutes thursday morning to break in and steal a dozen of the jerseys from this sports themed barbershop? saugus. >> it's just blank walls. i walk in, see blank walls. >> this was a larry bird autograph. >> when justin petkweich closed shop at barker masters on wednesday, the wall still featured the jerseys. >> we had a nomar gacy para. >> now it's bolts on a blank wall. >> someone staked out the place and figured out what they wanted. >> the masked man walked in and tore down a surveillance camera but another one recorded his actions. >> he's quick, too. >> he took down the jerseys and left.
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>> he's taking one right there. >> the barbershop is only three years old but it's been a lifelong dream for rebecca who is now left with an empty feeling. >> it was my idea. my everything. it's -- beyond just -- you know, a lot of people just came in to look at it. shop. i feel like it's just been ripped away. >> those jerseys belong for the shop's owner or her relatives. she says she wants them back so everyone can enjoy them when they come to the barbershop. nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: the department of transportation believes human error is what caused hardware inside the big dig tunnels to crack. hundreds of bolt nuts are used to hold up lights and highway administrators believe they were simply screwed in too tightly before the tunnel's open. crews found more than 900 of them damaged in the ted williams tunnel, the i-90 connector and 93 tunnel system.
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it will take six months to make the necessary repairs. >> jadiann: happening today, several american bells from the former holy trinity church will be put in place at the cathedral of the holy cross. the bells, more than 150 years old and weigh more than two tons, were restored and cardinal sean o'malley blessed them early this week. the bells are extremely valuable. 1863. the cockatoo that spent the past few months irritating people in brookline is back in his cage. a team of rescue workers, volunteers and an expert caught the bird named dyno thursday. he escaped from his cage in july and had been damaging homes and annoying people with his loud screech. >> christa: thus the name dyno. like a tear contact tall. salem is earning high marks in a survey of the best cities to celebrate halloween but it's not number one.
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title goes to the city of derry in northern ireland. the first halloween parade in minnesota. i say salem should be one but i've never been to the town in minnesota. >> jadiann: don't say you don't like something until you try it. however, i don't buy it. i haven't been to salem. it's on my to-do list. i'm saying salem. got to go. are people in boston among the most attractive in the country? a new survey may surprise you. >> christa: a new book about beyonce and jay-z revealing
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>> christa: welcome back. 6:40 on this friday. a check of what is trending today. new book stirring controversy about beyonce and jay-z. >> it claims they split up after
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with rihanna. beyonce didn't know what to make of it. it leaves many to question whether the elevator fight was because of rihanna. >> prince harry coming to the u.s. set to meet with mitchell obama and jill biden. they'll visit injured soldiers in virginia. he's promoting the invictus games, similar to the olympics for wounded soldiers. the games will be in orlando next year. the music video for adele's first new song in three years has been released overnight. it's called hello. the song is the first sing the for her new album released next month. 25 is the mirrors album adele released in nearly five years. >> christa: it will be great to hear from her again. i think she had a baby during that time so she's been busy.
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hurricane patricia declared the most powerful hurricane recorded in the western hemisphere and it's barreling toward mexican tourist cities right now. >> we're live this morning in brighton where a man died last night. police say he was shot this morning.
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breaking news. a deadly shooting overnight. now police are searching for the good morning. >> gunman. >> a high school student under arrest. he tried to bring a loaded gun into the building. >> at family of a local man killed in the attack in benghazi reacting to hillary clinton's marathon testimony. >> hello, friday. it's 6:45. we have your top stories >> jadiann: that's right. we have everything you need to know and go. >> jeremy: 40s and 50s. boston 51. norwood 38. bedford 47. there's some wind out there and that is with us all day. it's from the north. it's going to be a cool northerly breeze the entire day. so even though the temps right now are starting in the upper 40s, which really is not bad, especially if you stack up up against how cold it was monday morning, the issue is the northerly wind prevents the temps from moving much. this afternoon, midday and this cool. yesterday was 73.
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today in boston 52. notice through the afternoon hours, not much. then as we work toward this evening, the numbers start to fall back into the low and middle 40s. on to the weekend. mostly sunny skies early tomorrow. then clouds take over tomorrow afternoon. still dry. still a cool day but less wind. temps tomorrow low 50s. sunday morning, one little issue. a few scattered showers possible early sunday morning. some sprinkles, including tailgating at gillette. a lot of clouds sunday afternoon. some sun but a dry afternoon. milder as well. temps tomorrow low 50s. temperatures on sunday will reach the lower 60s. that does include the patriots. kickoff low 60s. when the game wraps up, 60 degrees. the forecast early next week, sunshine monday and tuesday. could be looking at a decent sized rainstorm, middle and end of next week but that's next week's weather story. >> christa: thank you for the preview.
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"fast track traffic." what kind of commute is it. >> rich: what a difference a few minutes makes. we had a 7-mile backup on the turnpike inbound but look at this shot live from sky 7. it's drained away quickly on a friday morning. u owe, a disabled tractor-trailer on the turnpike inbound near route 30. we'll check that situation for you. elsewhere, pretty good. route 1 slowing down approaching the orange dinosaur. no delays on the expressway. that's a pretty good ride. 93, very good all the way until about spot pond. the t, very good too. no delays. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." news. a deadly shooting in brighton. >> christa: police are searching for the killer in this case. warren. >> we know the man's body was found on this street here behind me last night a little bit before midnight. the suspect was last seen running through a parking lot
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nearby. when police responded to the scene, there was an suv on the street. they taped that entire area off. the body was next to the suv and it was the body of a 30-year-old man. police say that he was shot in the chest. this is on tellford street in brighton. there were some people who arrived on the scene clearly upset. at this point police are not releasing the victim's name. the shooter was on foot and ran toward western avenue. at this point police don't have a suspect description but they did spend several hours overnight speaking with people who live in the area, trying to find any witnesses, anyone who may have heard anything out of the ordinary and they are also reviewing several surveillance camera systems in the area in hopes of getting a better suspect description. live in brighton, victoria england." >> christa: thank you. we have breaking news. a shooting on the campus of tennessee state university. killed. three women wounded.
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police say the shooting happened after a fight over a dice game. the man killed wasn't a student and the -- at the school and it's not known if the shooter university. two weeks ago three people were shot at an off-campus party at the same school. >> in france, at least 42 people were killed and several injured when a bus and truck crashed and caught fire in southwest france. the victims were on a tour of wine country. the french president is promising a full investigation into what happened. >> christa: tracking the tropics. hurricane patricia has become the most powerful storm recorded in the western hemisphere. this is a category 5, it has maximum sustained winds at 200 miles an hour. patricia is expected to make landfall in southwestern mexico later today with popular tourist cities likes port puerto villarta and
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it's expected to cause flooding in west texas. some places will see a foot of rain. emergency crews have rescued dozens of people from stranded vehicles and flooded homes. dorchester students returning to class after a classmate tried to sneak a loaded gun into the building. nicole oliverio is live for us this morning. officials are saying the 15-year-old tried to get around the metal detector? >> reporter: the student apparently showed up late to tech boston academy yesterday morning. when he did, he tried to avoid going through the metal detectors. however, school security officers stopped that student. it was at that point that they checked his unzipped backpack and inside they found a loaded handgun. officers say they tried to take the student into custody but he was violent and physical with them and then tried running off. students we spoke with say they know what is allowed and not allowed at school and they have to pass through the detectors every morning. so they say it's unsettling to think about what could have happened.
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boston police say they don't know what the student's intentions were. live in dorchester, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: a pepperell police officer is off the job after allegedly using excessive force at the police station. he stepped down after the department concluded its own investigation. the chief isn't giving details as to what happened but he does say it was an isolated incident. boston police searching for a suspect accused of stabbing a teenager at the jackson square t stop. this happened in the middle of the afternoon yesterday. police arrived, they found the teen had life-threatening injuries and the suspect, another teen, was lg gone. the station was shut down for a couple of hours as well while police investigated. >> jadiann: hillary clinton getting back on the presidential campaign trail today after a marathon grilling on capitol hill about benghazi that lasted nearly 11 hours.
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nancy chen is here with more on the reaction from the family. >> she focused on messages sent to world leaders and her family. she said terrorists were to blame but the white house was publicly saying it was a video that sparked the violence. >> tell your family it's a terrorist attack but not the american people. >> we were not making up the intelligence. we were trying to get it, make sense of it, then to share it. >> you have no interest in their story getting out. >> four people were killed in the attack, including embassador chris stevens, and glen doherty. doherty's sister upset by the revelation. >> at the funeral, the priest mentioned in his eulogy how sad he was that religion was involved in his death, you know, so this is eight days after the attack that that story is still out there and, you know, i would say that's a big difference. we don't -- you don't get a second eulogy, so that makes a
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>> clinton faced questions about why she did not do more after u.s. embassador stevens asked for increased security. she said no one called her and told her to shut it down. england." >> christa: thank you. american commando was killed during a mission to free hostages from isis in iraq. intelligence officials say isis was about to carry out a mass execution. there was a gunfight and 70 prisoners were rescued. officials say important intelligence about the islamic state was obtained and isis fighters taken into custody. this is the first u.s. soldier killed in ground operations against isis. the u.s. secret service is warned its employees are overworked after a report reveals two agents were found sleeping on the job. this after a string of embarrassing incidents leaving critics saying something needs to change. however the secret service says
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officers were working over time they had announce days -- enough days off prior. >> an attack in a swedish school is now called a hate crime. he selected victims based on the color of their skin. the 21-year-old stabbed four people before police shot and killed him. two victims were 11 and 15 years old. this picture shows him posing with students who thought he was wearing a costume before he continued his killing spree. >> christa: mexican police uncover a drug tunnel on the u.s. border run by el-chapo. they found 12 tons of marijuana. the tunnel runs the length of eight football fields with lighting, ventilation and rail system to move the drugs. >> jadiann: police are searching
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a man removed the jerseyys from basher master yesterday morning. they included pieces signed by tom brady, larry byrd and michael jordan. the shop owner is stunned. >> it was my idea, my everything. it's beyond just -- you know, it's what -- a lot of people just came in to still look at it. it was the thing of the shop. i feel like it's just been ripped away. >> jadiann: police believe the thief may have been a former employee or a customer. i hate that for them. have you ever been walking around boston and thought to yourself there are a lot of good-looking people around here. i guess. >> christa: you might be on to something. they've surveyed this and i'm guessing this is highly subjective but we're going to tell you about it anyway. this is the dating app clover. and boston ranks in the top five for the most attractive women and men.
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so how about that, folks. women trail only manhattan and santa monica. even a step ahead of miami. men, the only cities with better looking men than you, according to the app user, jacksonville, florida, scotts detail, arizona. virginia beach, virginia. i think that's funny that we're ahead of miami, sunny and -- you got all of the tan working. >> jadiann: you have the sun kissed tan glow thing and around here we're pasty white. you know. >> christa: check back in february, see how attractive everybody is. >> jadiann: oh my goodness. >> jeremy: and eating pasta all winter. you look like the pillsbury dough boy. not you, me. boston 51. bedford 47. plymouth at 47 as well. it's a nice fall day but cooler than yesterday. only in the low 50s this afternoon. weekend forecast not as windy tomorrow.
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sunday maybe a morning shower. developing sun. dry for the patriots game. >> christa: enjoy your weekend.
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