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it as a vibration to a rumble to a bang. whatever it was apparently happened below. maybe in the basement of the elementary school here. investigators have more descriptions than explanations as they say they still don't know what caused the big bang. parents came running to the high school, looking for their kids after hearing reports of a big bang in the basement of the elementary school. faculty decided to get the kid out. >> you know, there was a loud noise in the basement. >> reporter: someone pulled the fire alarm, though. making sure everyone knew something was wrong. >> i heard the fire drill. and i was surprised. when i was in the gym. >> reporter: after students were bused over to the nearby high school, investigators tried to figure out what caused the bang. so far, they have found nothing. >> we looked at the electrical. we looked at the gas. we looked at blasting in the area.
communities next to us. observatory. there is nothing at this point that we find to be a hazard in that school. >> reporter: parents seem ruled out. even if no one has a theory about what caused the big bang. >> hopefully, we will be okay. >> reporter: architects are among the last who will be looking at the building. firefighters didn't find any cracks or anything. the architects will be able to do that better to see if there was any settling that caused the bang or as a result of whatever caused the bang. we are still waiting for word from school officials on whether the students will come back to the building tomorrow. dan hausle, 7 news. >> reporter: now turning to the weather. strong winds and heavy rain causing quite a mess this morning. take a look at this. trees coming down, including this one which crushed that car in milton. j.r., it looks like the worst has passed. plus, it's pretty warm out there right now. >> reporter: there is the storm moving away with the
heavy rain and strong winds. now we have busted out into sunshine. there is one more band of some showers back through eastern new york state. this will not be anything like we dealt with overnight last night. this is a cold front moving through eastern new york state. ahead of the front, it is windy. it's warm. temperatures have jumped into the upper 60's and low 70's. actually, even a couple of sprinkles now showing up in the worcester hills. right there. moving quickly off to the north and east. actually, weakening with time. your afternoon will feature windy and warm conditions. look at the rainfall totals last night from the storm and early this morning. worcester, over two inches of rain. hopkinton close to two inches of rain. metro-boston, between one and two inches of beneficial rainfall. falling during the very early morning commute. fvrbs as well as wind. windy conditions at this time. a warm wind. temps this afternoon in the low 70's.
we will talk about this warm afternoon coming up in about 15 minutes. >> right now, a former new hampshire prep school student convicted of sexual assault is facing a judge. 20-year-old owen labrie faces up to 11 years in prison. jonathan hall is live with more in new hampshire on these proceedings. jonathan? >> reporter: hey, jadiann, good afternoon from concord, new hampshire. quite a scene here at the merrimack superior courthouse. this is the area where the judge will sentence the 20-year-old in about an hour and a half. you will hear victim impact statements also. a jury found la brie not guilty of forcible rape. the jury found him guilty of misdemeanor rape. and enticing a child of using a computer. he testified he and a 15-year-old girl fooled around but never had sex when the
incident happened at an elite prep school in may of 2015. his friends testified he told them he did have sex with the girl at st. paul's during a tradition called senior salute where older boys seek out younger girls before graduation. this was a 42-page filing with the court. the attorney has asked the judge for probation, saying owen labrie has suffered enough and will be a registered sex offender for perhaps his whole life. in concord, new hampshire, i'm jonathan hall, 7 news. >> the man accused of making
boston police removed the uxbridge man from the united airlines flight after he allegedly made bomb threats during the boarding process. 7's steve cooper live outside the courthouse. he joins us now with the very latest. >> reporter: this arraignment happening here in east boston a few minutes ago. we can tell you that the suspect, well, his attorney says at most, this is a case of somebody who used a poor choice of words. but before the judge, the judge called this a bomb threat onboard a flight and he says that's a serious charge. do you want to apologize for what happened? no comment on his arrest of making a bomb threat onboard a flight at logan airport. the 55-year-old from uxbridge pleads not guilty in east boston district court. the prosecutors say he told a flight attendant he had a bomb in his carry-on luggage while
an overhead compartment on a united airlines flight that was ready to push back from the gate. >> he was surprised he got it into the compartment. the defendant responded "that's because there is a bomb in there." >> reporter: the attorney says his client told the flight attendant something very different. >> poor choice of words maybe. he said "i have to be careful so this doesn't come out and hit someone like a bomb." prevail. he did not do anything. no passengers on the plane screamed or yelled. >> reporter: campbell has come and gone from the courthouse after posting that $250 cash bail. he hack ordered by the judge not to fly, stay away from all
airports and not to leave this state until case has been resolved. we are live from east boston this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> anchor: the house of representatives vote on the new speaker of the house this morning. paul ryan received the majority of the votes. chris clackum has the details. >> the speaker-elect, paul ryan of the state of wisconsin! >> reporter: wisconsin congressman paul ryan has been elected speaker of the house. but a less than unanimous vote from fellow republicans helped lay out his early agenda. >> the speaker of the house, congressman, and an honorable paul ryan. >> reporter: ryan takes over less than two weeks after saying he wasn't interested. and after getting assurance from the g.o.p. members who wanted john boehner replaced that they would be more willing to work with him. >> let's be frank. the house is broken. we are not solving problems. we are adding to them. i am not interested in laying
blame. we are not settling scores. we are wiping the slate clean. >> reporter: prior to the vote, elevating ryan, the outgoing boehner gave farewell. >> i leave with no regrets. no burdens. if anything, i leave the way i started. just a regular guy. humbled by the chance to do a big job. >> reporter: boehner is no longer speaker as of today. ryan takes over as the 62nd speaker of the house hoping the 63rd is years down the road. chris clackum, nbc news. the top republican candidates battle it out in the race for the white house. >> we have people out of work. we have isis and al qaeda attacking us. and we are talking about
can we stop? >> reporter: frustration with the moderators was a recurring theme throughout this debate. many candidates didn't like the questions. >> i think maybe my greatest... >> >> reporter: donald trump's slipping poll numbers opened the door for underdogs like john kasich. >> we cannot elect somebody who doesn't know how to do the job. >> his poll numbers tanked. that is why he is on the end. >> reporter: jeb bush and marco rubio got into it over rubio's missed senate votes. >> you should be showing up to work. is it a french workweek? >> reporter: carly fiorina who slipped in the polls defended her business decisions. >>ly run on my record all day long. >> reporter: the most consistent attack and strongest audience reaction questioned the moderators. >> let's be honest. is this a comic book version of a presidential campaign? >> no. that is not a very
nicely-asked question, the way you say that. >> how about talking about the substantive issues? >> reporter: ben carson thought the debate was light on the issues. the audience didn't like his questions either. >> they know. >> reporter: the debate covered tax reform, medicare, social security, and the current fight in washington over spending and raising the debt limit. >> this is the unholy alliance that people need to know about. somebody is taking it in the teeth. it is not the folks on wall street. >> reporter: on a lighter note, ted cruz played to the colorado crowd with some high humor. >> we are clearly not having that beer you mentioned. but i'll give you 30 more seconds. >> but i'll buy you a tequila. or even some famous colorado brownies. >> i'll give you 0 seconds to respond.
>> anchor: some breaking news in lowell right now. take a look at live pictures here. student in the courtyard of sullivan middle school here. what we are learning is that they the fire department is on scene checking for the possibility of a carbon monoxide leak. that is what we are hearing as of right now. some students had been complaining of headaches. we are trying to get some more information as to exactly what is going on here if carbon monoxide is the factor. as you can see here, from these live pictures above the
middle school, students sitting on the grass there, students outside of the building here. with fire crews in front of the school. again, this is sullivan middle school. students complaining of headaches here. we will stay on top of this and continue to follow this information. hopefully, we can get some more things confirmed throughout the afternoon here. >> jadiann: yeah. that's right. we want to talk about this wild weather we have had today. finally, calming down out there? >> jeremy: right now it is warm. look at the numbers. 71 in town. nashua, 73. hyannis, 68. some wind out there. nothing like we experienced overnight. many cities and towns had gusts over 30. occasionally, gusting between 40-50 miles per hour overnight. right now winds are gusting about 20-25 miles per hour. this will be the case throughout the afternoon. these numbers here typically, does not lead to wind damage. so you have an afternoon that starts with a mix of clouds and sunshine. there is another little band of rain shower activity marching into new england. this is actually a cold front. the leading edge of cool air.
eventually, this will sweep through southern new england with a renewed chance of brief passing showers. you can see on the doppler radar right now, the rain moving away from new england from this morning. there is a couple of showers that have been trying to pop up in the worcester hills. they are fast-moving. they are very weak. >> you get tagged by one of these, it is mainly a case of bad blood... bad luck, in all honesty. this will move into the berkshires and then sweep afternoon. showers this afternoon. again, they will be scattered and they will be tied to that brief little line. it won't be like hit and miss all afternoon. a window of opportunity, if you will, midafternoon. and even into early this evening. about a 10% chance of an isolated shower or sprinkle. which, if you are heading to the patriots game, factor that tail-bogaertsing. here is the cold front here. behind the front, the numbers are in the 50's where. year.
it is going to be a warm afternoon. temps between 70-75. patriots forecast, again, there may be an isolated shower or sprinkles around tail-gate. temperatures near 70 degrees. at kickoff, we move that band quickly through southern new england. 8:25. for the kick. it does turn cooler by the end of the game and also lowering humidity as well. you see that humidity to start this afternoon. it dries out this evening. temps this evening, early this evening in the 50's. then overnight tonight, mostly clear. breezy, cooler overnight tonight. lows down in the 40's. for tomorrow, most limb sunny skies. a breezy day tomorrow. temperatures where we should be this time of year. the 7 on 7 forecast. saturday, halloween. lots of sunshine. and temperatures saturday afternoon running into the low 50's. and for all the ghosts and goblins across southern new england, trick or treat forecast saturday evening, they might need jackets or sweaters under the costumes.
temps saturday evening, mid-40's. no wind. >> jadiann: a rhode island native talking about his shark scare off the coast of hawaii. >> anchor: he is in boston after having surgery. >> reporter: colin cook returns to new england a changed man. he is the survir of a shark attack. his left leg had to be amputated. anged parts of two of his fingers. he is still here to tell his story. >> everything is so surreal. >> reporter: cook moved to oahu four years ago to be closer to the ocean. so he could surf and be in the water every day. then just weeks ago, he was sitting on his board waiting for a wave. >> out of nowhere, a huge shark just slams me. and pulls me under. >> reporter: he had seen sharks in the water before, he had a hard time grasping what was happening to him. >> i saw a huge shark on my leg. i kind of pushed off of my left hand. my left hand got mangled up.
right hand in the nose. >> reporter: he yelled for help. this surfer used his paddle to hit the shark. >> the shark was, you know, still on me. all over me. just kind of bag relentless... just kind of being relentless. >> reporter: this video from rehab shows him working hard to recover. >> surfing is my passion. my love. you know, knowing that i will be back out there one day keeps me wanting to go forward. >> reporter: cook will meet with doctors here next week to talk about having hand surgery and then head to spaulding to hopefully, be fitted for a prosthetic. in boston, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> jadiann: still ahead, a risky rescue caught on camera. a woman trapped underwater in florida. firefighters jump into action. >> anchor: breaking news in lowell. this is over sullivan middle school right here. this is on draper street. right now we are getting
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>> anchor: welcome back. with all the heavy rain we had this morning, this might not be hard to imagine here. you are driving down a blinding rainstorm. all of a sudden, your car is underwater. >> jadiann: yeah, terrifying. that is exactly what happened to one woman in st. petersburg. >> it started pouring rain. we just finished walking the dog. the next thing we know, we heard voices outside. we looked out the window. and this s.u.v. is in the creek here and the whole street is flooded. >> reporter: his first thought was to record the rescue with his cell phone. you can see the firefighters on the back of that s.u.v. >> one of the firemen were able to climb on top of it. he busted through the window with his hands and a small tool. >> reporter: first responders had to be quick. they had to operate in a safe manner. they would not have been able to help anyone if one of them had been swept away in the raining water. >> we had to improvise.
rope and personal flotation devices. we made sure we had anchor points and people on the outside. to make sure that no one drifted off. >> reporter: firefighters were able to get the 27-year-old driver to safety. paramedics transported her to a local hospital to get checked out for minor injuries. she is now telling authorities she was trying to make it to the ronald mcdonald house and was not familiar with the area. crews spent several hours at the scene removing the s.u.v. from the water. rescue crews say if it weren't for that metal beam holding the woman's s.u.v. up, it could have easily gone all under the water. >> anchor: breaking news in school. on draper street. unconfirmed report of carbon the fire department is on investigating what's going on here. as you can see, students are all outside at this time. we are not getting any reports that this is an evacuation. we are still looking into
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>> jadiann: welcome back, everyone. the celtics are 1-0. isaiah thomas led all scorers to score 27 points for the c's. boston won 112-95. tomorrow night. much more to come on 7 news. including this: hollywood in the hub: we will take you to a special screening of the new movie based on the priest abuse scandal in the catholic church.
>> jeremy: temperatures in the 70's. sunny, breezy, and warm for the afternoon: >> anchor: a royal visit. prince harry takes a trip across the pond for a special visit with some wounded warriors. we are following breaking news out of lexington. this elementary school, i believe it is sullivan middle school. excuse me. this is out of lexington. this elementary school shut down after a mysterious rumble shakes the foundation. we are following multiple situations at different schools for you this afternoon. an update coming up. >> jadiann: we have sky 7 over the sullivan middle school on draper street. this is in lowell. there are unconfirmed reports of a possible carbon monoxide leak. the fire department is on the scene. some students had been complaining of headaches. you can see a lot of them were taken outside. firefighters on the scene. we will have more on this
>> anchor: thank you for staying with us. breaking news on draper street school. there are unconfirmed reports of a carbon monoxide leak. the fire department on scene right now investigating. we are awaiting information on that. we are told some students had been complaining of headaches inside the school. as you can see right here, there are students outside in this courtyard within the school. they could be... it could be lunchtime. we are waiting to see if the school was evacuated at any point. we are following this story. we will keep you updated throughout the day. >> >> jadiann: breaking news at a different school in lexington. a mysterious vibration force that is school to shut down for the day.
estabrook elementary say they felt some sort of big bang. >> anchor: students were immediately evacuated there. right now crews are on the scene trying to figure out what that bang was. dan hausle live in lexington with what we know right now. well, it's been described as a bang, as a vibration, as a rumble. everybody apparently, feeling it from the basement of the estabrook elementary school here. investigators still haven't figured out what caused the big bang. parents came running to the high school, looking for their kids after hearing reports of a big bang in the basement of estabrook elementary. big enough to make faculty to decide to get the kids out. >> she quickly related that it looks like things were in hand and there was a loud noise in the basement. >> reporter: someone pulled the fire alarm, though, making sure everyone knew something was wrong. >> i heard the fire drill. and i was surprised. when i was in the gym. >> reporter: after students were bused over to the nearby high school, investigators
tried to figure out what caused the bang. so far, they have found nothing. >> we have looked at the electrical. we looked at the gas. we looked at any blasting in the area. we talked to the various communities next to us to find out if there was activities. we have a call to the western observatory to see if there is seismic say bracings. ... vibrations. >> reporter: no one seems to have a good theory about what caused the big bang. >> i'm thrilled everyone is safe and everything, hopefully, will be okay. >> reporter: architects have been brought in to make a final check here. this is a new building. as we said here. a couple of years old. they are wondering if settling caused the noise or whatever did cause the noise might cause some other settling problems. the firefighters say they didn't see any cracks inside the building. we are still waiting to hear from school officials. whether the kids will be back in this building tomorrow. dan hausle, 7 news. >> jadiann: well, thank you, dan. 7 news now turning to the weather.
today. sort of like september. jeremy, we have had all kinds of weather packed into one day. >> jeremy: we have, yes. right now mostly sunny skies. look at these temps. boston right now, at 71. beverly, 73. worcester, 67. some leftover wind from the storm last night. but thankfully, the numbers on the screen here not damaging wind. we will have this wind through the afternoon. a windy warm afternoon. winds will gust 20-25 miles per hour. actually, i think as we work toward midafternoon, you notice some thicker clouds back towards eastern new york state. that is actually a cold front. that is going to get rid of the 70-degree weather. but not until late this afternoon and this evening. as the front is moving across new england, there may be a brief shower and perhaps even a rumble of thunder as the cold front comes through southern new england. again, this will only last for about 10 or 20 minutes. then the sun will come back out. for the patriots game tonight, this will be clear. and cooling off. temperatures at kickoff, near 60.
happening today: the man accused of making an explosive threat at logan airport going before a judge. boston police removed the 55-year-old uxbridge man from the united airlines flight after he allegedly made a bomb mention during the boarding process. steve cooper has the very latest. vort it something you said, you used the wrong word? do you want to apologize for passengers? released on bail and dennis campbell had no comment on his threat onboard a flight at logan airport. the 55-year-old from uxbridge pleads not guilty in east boston district court. prosecutors say he told a flight attendant he had a bomb in his carry-on luggage while he was trying to jam it into an overhead compartment on a flight that was heady to push back from the gate. >> she reremarked he was able... this comfort responded "that's because there is a bomb in there."
>> reporter: campbell's attorney says his client after shutting the overhead compartment with his carry-on different. >> poor choice of words maybe. he said we better be careful, it could come out like a bomb and hit one of the other passengers. >> reporter: the judge calling the charge very serious and has ordered campbell to stay away from all airports now. >> in a worst-case scenario, unfortunately, he used a word airplane. that is unfortunate that common sense didn't prevail. he did not do anything. no passengers on the plane screamed or yelled. >> reporter: campbell is flee on $250 cash bail. however, he has been ordered by the judge not to leave the state and also to stay away from all airports until this case has been resolved. in east boston, steve cooper, 7 news. >> jadiann: police investigating a stabbing on hanover street in boston. one person stabbed in the neck. police arrested a 22-year-old. they say the suspect knew the victim and police also say the
a 24-year-old man is dead after being hit by a car in west bridgewater. this happened around 8:30 last night. the driver did stay at the scene. police say it was raining at the time. and glare on the roadway may have contributed to that crash. >> anchor: monday morning's collision involving a cement truck was the latest of many crashes along a dangerous the 31-year-old christina russin of sturbridge and her nine-month-old son noah were killed in the crash. her other two-year-old son was also injured. he is in critical but stable >> jadiann: more news today: the house of representatives voted on the new speaker of the house position this morning. rm paul ryan received the majority of votes. chris clackum has the latest. >> reporter: the speaker-elect! paul d. ryan of the state of wisconsin! congressman paul ryan has been
but a less than unanimous vote from fellow republicans helped lay out his early agenda. . >> the speaker of the house, congressman and honorable paul ryan. >> thank you. thank you. >> reporter: ryan takes over less than two weeks after saying he wasn't interested. and after getting assurance from the g.o.p. members who wanted john boehner replaced that they would be more willing to work with him. >> let's be frank. the house is broken. we are not solving problems. we are adding to them. and i am not interested in laying blame. we are not settling scores. we are wiping the slate clean. >> reporter: the outgoing boehner gave farewell. >> i believe no regrets. no burdens: if anything, i leave the way i started. just a regular guy humbled by the chance to do a big job.
>> reporter: boehner is no longer speaker as of today. he is resigning from his ohio congressional seat saturday. while ryan takes over as the 62nd speaker of the house, hoping the 63rd is years down the road. chris clackum, nbc news. >> anchor: back to the skpan trail today for the presidential candidates. the questioning from the c-nbc confrontational moments. watch. the focus of the third republican presidential debate was the economy. >> we are on the verge perhaps of picking someone who cannot do this job. >> reporter: the candidates talked less about finances and more about each other. like jeb bush, questioning marco rubio's voting record in the senate. >> we are running for the same position. someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. >> i'm too trusting. when they let me down, if they let me down, i never forgive. >> reporter: carly fiorina who
has lost some momentum since the last debate tried to stand out with her tax proposal. >> to get it done. three pages. you know why? you know why three? because only if it's about three pages, are you leveling the playing field. >> reporter: arguably, it was the moderators that got the most heat. >> does that not speak to your vetting process or judgment in any way? >> no. it speaks to the fact that i don't know... (crowd booing) they know. >> this is not a cage match. and you look at the questions. donald trump, are you a comic book villain? ben carson, can you do senate john kasich, will you insult two people over here? marco rubeio, why don't you resign in jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen? how about talking about the substantive issues? >> reporter: the chairman of the national republican committee says c-nbc should be
ashamed of how this debate was handled. >> jadiann: a new boston-based film putting the catholic church sex abuse scandal on the big screen. the premier was in brookline at coolidge corner. this follows the "boston globe's" investigation into the sex abuse scandal that rocked the catholic church more than a decade ago. the story is an important one. >> by the time you get to the end of this movie, there is no doubt in your mind that this happened. the church knew. and cardinal law should probably be sitting behind bars instead of at the vatican living in a palace today. rarely, do you get to tell stories like this. as an actor. >> jadiann: the archdiocese acknowledged the crimes committed by clergy and the cover-up by church leaders. the archdiocese says it continues to focus on helping victims.
>> anchor: interesting. this whole week, think about where you started off. really cold temperatures. we are getting into 0's now. >> jeremy: look at this right now. 71 in boston right now. norwood, 71. october can be kind of cookie, whacky. because you have remains from the summer. then you have winter that is just so excited to get going. so you go back and forth until you get diemer into fall where winter does take over eventually. right now this afternoon, a nice warm afternoon. a little bit on the windy side. winds gusting right now around 25 miles per hour. even back into the worcester hills, southwest new hampshire, jaffrey, a gust to 28 miles per hour. that is the kind of wind we have for the afternoon. but those numbers, that kind might add is not a damaging wind scenario. that was out here with this weather system. this portion of the weather system coming at us in two parts. part one did all the damage with the rain and the wind. most towns pick up between one and two inches of rain. even a little bit more. and then winds were gusting for some locations between
25-45 miles per hour. now here comes the back edge of the weather system. this is the cold front. this may lead to just one more round of a few isolated showers. again, until that cold front gets there, we have a sunny start to the afternoon. as the front races across southern new england, i do isolated showers. we had one in pepperell. that has fizzled out. out. it is much skinnier than what that came through overnight last night. if and when you get tagged by this, you know, the skies may open up briefly for a minute or two. then the whole thing, i think, is over in ten or 15 minutes. that is how quick it is going to be. your chance of showers this afternoon, about a 40% to 60%. i don't think everyone will see them. as we work late entire the again, this would apply to gillette, looks like we are going to dry things out. there is the cold front behind the front. it is not bitterly cold. but it's just back to where we should be for this time of year. in terms of afternoon temps.
this afternoon, warm. with a little built of low 70's. patriots forecast tonight, down at gillette, again, as that cold front comes through around tail-gate, isolated showers. i sped it up, though. now at kickoff, clear to breezy. and it will cool off as we work through the game. temperatures at the end of the game, sitting in route one traffic, in the middle 50's. mostly sunny skies for halloween. >> jadiann: prince harry washington. on a mission spending the day promowing a special event. and it's been a busy few days for the prince. >> anchor: he flew from london to d.c. to focus on helping adam williams has more on the visit. >> my two deployments in afghanistan changed the direction of my life. there has been very little that can truly prepare you for
the reality of war. virginia. joined by michelle obama and dr. jill biden. >> our wounded warriors are not just a distant cause to. him, they are brothers and sisters in arms. >> reporter: prince harry created the invictus games for athletes who are also wounded warriors. next year, it will be orlando, florida's turn. the first year it was held in london. >> there is a connection between him and all of us. he really cares. it is really nice. >> reporter: his royal star power doesn't hurt either. >> all right, ladies. prince harry is here. don't act like you don't notice. >> reporter: he is now 31, meeting with the president, a prince once known more for bearing has found a sense of purpose. i'm adam williams, 7 news. >> jadiann: coming up, we are
>> jadiann: i'm here with trey. man, the pats didn't get a lot of time to rest. they had a game on sunday. again, a game tonight. could be a tougher match than we thought, though. >> no doubt about that. enter dan campbell. this is a much more aggressive team. much better coach. much more intensity. you have to love that dolphins front. could be tough to get the running game going. if you have legarrette blount, sit him. >> jadiann: ouch. i think i have him. lamar miller, he could have been the best running back all
he was phenomenal. the miami offense. they are good in the passing game right now. ryan tannehill, much better right now. through the season. is there anyone we are overlooking? >> jimmy grant. he is now in seattle. the guy who replaced him, he should put up better numbers than graham has. he has one touchdown this year. could be a safe bet against the giants defense. >> jadiann: okay, everyone. go set your lineups.
k.c. took the 2-0 lead in the world series. the royals pitcher pitched a complete game, allowing just two hits. the series now shifts to new york, game three is tomorrow night. coming up next on 7 news, george lucas makes a generous donation to a california art school. those details ahead in the buzz. >> jeremy: sunshine to start the afternoon. more and more risk of an isolated shower midafternoon. one last look at the forecast
>> jadiann: back to breaking news. sky 7 over the scene here. this is sullivan middle school on draper street in lowell. there are unconfirmed reports of a carbon monoxide leak. the fire department on the scene. some students had been complaining of headaches. you can see many of the students outside there right now. we will keep our eye on this story for you and bring you updates on-line and all of our social media apps as well. >> anchor: the new james bond movie is drumming up some business. >> jadiann: sponsors say they will have success because of how relatable james bond is. >> a bad boy with style. and has morals. anyone can see part of what they want. the women like it, the bad boys like it. the techno-nerds like it.
>> jadiann: i was going to say. maybe people just want to be like him. it will be released on november 6. >> anchor: a california art school getting love from george lucas. he has donated $10 million to the university of southern california film school. lucas says the money will support minority students who hope to pursue careers in the film industry. it is the largest donation the film school has ever received. >> jadiann: all right. this may be a day where you can pull out the shorts or something. 70 degrees out. >> anchor: warming up. >> jeremy: look at these numbers. four years ago today, fitchburg, you picked up close to two feet of snow. in snow-tober. not this afternoon. enjoy the warm afternoon. >> anchor: all right. thank you for joining us. that will do it for 7 news at noon.