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and police need your help to find them. good morning everyone, i'm jennifer eagan. >> it is sunday and let's get a check of the forecast, chris, brighter than yesterday morning. >> as we have temperatures in the 50s, clouds around this morning compared to yesterday and that is the tradeoff, warmer temperatures and more clouds around. 54 in plymouth and 56 in hyannis and temperatures are a good 10 or 15 degrees warmer. light showers out there, nothing to write home about. a couple of lit showers through ashton and hopkinton and stretch to the blackstone valley and franklin and through buzzard's bay and cape and islands. not much rain to be had, overall more dry hours than anything else and i do expect it to be mostly cloudy through much of the day, a couple of peaks of
sun, temperatures belows 60 and that earlier sunset now, that time change, happened last night, sunset tonight at 4:38 and you get to december 22nd and it will back up to 4:15. and days are getting shorter and temperatures are getting warmer as we go to next week. 7-day forecast ahead. >> anchor: fire burning through aes are denying building in danvers and flames were shooting out of the roof on williams street, as you zoom in you can see the fire there. coming out of the roof. fire crews from several towns were on the scene to help put the fire out. still no word on any injuries this morning. also breaking, another fire in a fishing boat in north falmouth. according to the cape cod times the was cocked in rams harbor when the fire started this morning, and it destroyed that 30-foot boat called "good
we know there were no injuries reported. >> anchor: the ntsb believes they have found the wreckage of the doomed cargo ship el faro. a search team tracked it down below the ocean, in the area where the ship went missing. they still need to send a remote controlled vehicle to the wreck, and to make sure it is indeed el faro. it went down when hurricane joaquin came through the bahamas and killed all 33 people on board, including toe crew members from massachusetts. both graduate from maria stephanos time academy. >> anchor: learn morgue about the deadly jet laner crash this egypt that called more than 220 passengerses. russian officials will help the government to determine the cause that have crash.
terrorism, even though isis is claiming responsibility for the crash. right now crews are examining the black boxes that were recovered from the site, and investigators hope to learn more about the moments leading up to the tragedy. >> reporter: the site man return families are dreading to see, he jitian first responders transfer bodies to a morgue in cry roe after a russian passenger plan crashed in the sinai peninsula. 224 people were aboard the airbus 321 traveling from egypt to st. petersburg railroad. egyptian air traffic control said they lot contact with the airliner and russian media says the pilot made an attempt to china with the officials prior to the devastating crash. >> what they are learning from russian media is the pilot made a call back to the ground control, requesting an emergency landing.
technical issues. >> the plane starts its descent, after a dramatic right of minute. >> reporter: the russian airline says it had a routine check before takeoff and found in problems. >> the initial reports represent a tra deny mouse tragedy and loss and we extend or sympathys to the families and all those that are concerned. >> reporter: russias president ordered an investigation into the crash and claired an official day of mourning for victims. >> anchor: a deadly hotel attack in sew mallia killed ten a sue said bomber blew up a vehicle filled with explosives. gunmen stormed into the hotel and shot people and the terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the attack on-line. 28 people were killed in a
nightclub fire in romania on friday night. investigators were at the scene looking into what started the fire that injured more than 140 people. club owners are the target of the investigation right now. officials say sound proofing material in the club may not have been fire proof. the fire comes over a decade after another nightclub tragedy back here at home in northeast. the station nightclub fire in warwick rhode island killed a hundred people and injured more than 200 others. the families of the victims say the romanian fire is similar. a teen tragedy in franklin, a young girl killed after crashing her car into a tree. witnesses say the rescuers were trying to pull this girl from the car but weren't able to save her in time. 7ies brandon gunnoe with more on the story from medway. >> reporter: the 17-year-old died in a car accident on friday night in lincoln street in franklin.
been growing, police and fire say the senior crashed swa a tree. by standers tried to get her out but were unail to because of a fire spreading in the vehicle. friends and family understandably too upset to speak but the principal of medway high says she was an excellent young woman, a three-sport athlete and a excellent young woman. the outpouring from friends and faculty, speaks to the type of cupping woman she was. grief counselors were at the school on saturday a tragic loss of whom so many say was an exceptional young woman. branch davidian, 7 news today in new england. thieves in holeston barking up the wrong tree, stealing several puppies from a kennel and now the police are on high alert. john company reports the conditionel say these were
stolen undered cover of darkness and they are worried about their health. >> reporter: pick a pup conditionel in holliston is typically a lace where people take dogs home. there was in adoption process when these three puppies were stolen. >> we got a call from the alarm company. >> reporter: he came in and found the back door unlocked. he just thought it hadn't been secured a it wasn't million the next morning the manager noticed the dogs were gone. a male and female boxer and female yolo lab all stolen. >> we are not sure obviously how or who, but the become door was clearly the point of entry. >> reporter: according to the kennel whoever took them snuck past their security cameras, the concern now... >> puppies need continued vax nations in addition to what help had here and they need to be seen bay vet and we have no idea
>> reporter: they did get questions about the puppies on friday and they hope someone may hear something suspicious about the dogs being for sale. and bet in touch with police. >> and gets them back or make sure they are taken care of. >> 7 news today in new england. >> the kennel says the dogss do have chips errorrd. a somerville teen whether was coups pd 2013 of hazing rape is suing the town. the wn 9-year-old is seeking a million dollar in the lawsuit,er says officials tar getted him and the mayor and kk officials knew about previous hazing at the camp. prosecutors say the teen turkey part in the hazing ritual this a experts camp but the case was later dropped. firefighters battling in fitchburg on saturday, the fire started on the third floor of a multifamily home in granite
street and spread all the way down to the basement. person 20 people were displaced and witnesses say they could see the smoke from several blocks away. >> he is right here... we looked up to the sky and see a big ball >> in one was hurt but no word on what caused that fire. ahead atialing prompts a lakedown in an university down south and police search for a man man. >> and a horse that made his twor a grand slam, what is next for the great "amercan pharoah". >> plenty of clouds but a milder
>> anchor: some pictures isn't to us from this halloween. loot a this little fella, matthew from lawrence decided he is ready to anchor the 7 news broadcast srgs favorite news caster is pete bouchard, he never misses the morning forecast, either. he likes chris as well. >> jennifer: and he has the papers ready to go.
>> jennifer: a is in night for trick or treating but tonight today some overcast. >> chris: a couple of lit showers moving through but the cluck helped us out once the clouds moved in temperatures flat lynned, we didn't have the nosedive like we did the night before, very comfortable, wind last evening and temperatures in the 40s, pretty much perfect for trick or treating. 53 in boston, and that wind from breeze bringing in milder air, 56 in hyannis and 58 in the vineyard and 49 in worcester. will we see a lot of rain so far, a couple of crops west of the city of boston, right new back to the weston tolls and back to dedham and franklin, and
chatham and back over to the, you can see it is very scattered in nature and a couple of more showers back to western new england. another passing shower this morning, and the overall theme, more than anything else and milder with temperatures close to 60, maybe a few peeks of sun near day's end. i don't want to overpromise on the sunshine and a few breaks in the clauk, and i will say this, whether it is cloudy or a few breaks of sun it could be mainly dry in the afternoon. the skies beginning to clear out and the weak front that will drop through changes the weekend back from the west for tomorrow. high pressure bipds on in and protects us from any rain, the rain to the south staying to south of us, and high pressure really settles in, and we'll continue to increase the milder air as we get to next week. upper 60s to tuesday and may edge back to wednesday and back up to 70 by the end of the week.
rain chances through the next several days, 70% of us on a passing light shower, and otherwise we are dry, monday, tuesday, and into wednesday. look at tomorrow afternoon's temperatures, how swid spread the six tease and 70s are in the heart of the country, this is the air mass that will seep in and ooze in to new england next week. a brief passing light shower, and otherwise mainly dry and it bigs up from the southwest at 8-15, temperatures close to 60 this afternoon and 7-day forecast looks quiet and beyond today, the next rain drop, there may be a couple of late day scattered showers on friday and the next front, look at the temperatures, that is more representative of late september not november. >> we will hold on to them as long as we can, chris. a run for the ages, "amercan
a farewell ride. -- riding off as a winner in his farewell ride. ending his career, making him the only horse to ever win a grand slam. it started back in hey with this kentucky derby victory and from laed back. the three-year-old colt a jockey victor is opinions a won the first triple crown in 37 years. this finished his career at the breader's cup. his owner is a boston university a lum, and in total "amercan pharoah" has earned nearly $9 million, his only loss came this year, two months together traverse stakes, and that puts him in the class of all time
horse racing greats. >> definitely was tight in the corner and then just took off. >> like you at the breakfast. >> >> jennifer: moving, taylor swift wrapping up her u.s. tour in a big way halloween night. we will show you the treat the pop singer gave begans last night. >> tragedy in texas, water literally washing away roadways and hundred will they catch a break from all this weather, we'll have details coming u blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale is back... plus 1! woo-hoo! right now buy one get one at half price throughout the entire store. blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store! hey, any excuse for a party. and big savings.
the more you save. that's just how we roll. blinds to go. blinds for life. texas ravaged byment nature, six people are dead after storm system in state caused several tornadoes. you can see the damage, the second day of extreme weather all across the state of texas. several million americans were under flash glad warnings overnight as some locations around the houston area were seeing nearly twelve inches of rain. nbc news has more from the lone star state. >> reporter: heavy rains pounded the texas hill country sending rivers and streams roaring from their banks. dozens of people were rescued from free branches and washed out roads and three people crowned near austin. >> this is crazy, within five minutes, flooded. >> reporter: nearly 15 inches
setsing an all time one-day record. 67-year-old inez and her husband frank tried to escape to safety. >> he was tell mig grandma to hold on and make sure her head is above water and grab on to anything possible and she was telling am i can't swim. kroo her bed was found today tworks miles from her home. the area was in a drought two days ago with wildfires threateninged neighborhood and today flood warnings. and rains moved east stranding at least 90 motorists and tornadoes struck two nearby towns and injured toe people and damage being 30 homes. >> we heard lots of alerts on our phones than let us know we needed to be on alert and my husband and i grabbed the kids and hungered down in the hallway. >> a lot of wind and we heard am
>> reporter: at this rv park a possible tornado touched didn't but no one was injured. in less than a minute, water from a rising creek came pouring through the doors and windows and she stood in the living room holding to to her dog for three hours until help came, all the while watching her be longings fleet away. >> truly heartbreaking to see that, there is some good news this morning for those this texas, austin, houston, and san antonio expect to break from the heavy rains today. >> jennifer: rescuers in california finally freeing a humpback whale that was stuck in two days of up to a hundred feet of fishing line. other than being tangled the marine biologist said the whale to peered to be healthy. a trapeze artist fell 30
act in a circus yesterday afternoon. the n 9-year-old performer suffered a back injury and was ann to a local hospital. those watching shot say it was a horrific accident. >> a terrible accident and my heart went out to him. >> the performer is expected to make a full recovery. >> anchor: a shooting in winston-salem you versity says the campus was placed on full lake downafter the shooting was reported this morning. it has since been lifted and police are search forget gunman. >> jennifer: is the debate over the debate? the republican candidates for the president taking aim at the debate process and looking for ways to make a change. >> anchor: an incredible act of
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him. his neighbors and loved ones decided to bring halloween to him. jackpot >> jennifer: we have the heartwarming story from lowell. >> oh my goodness. >> reporter: christmas may be a couple of months away but on this saturday in lowell, halloween was the season of giving. >> for our friends and community, too, who were very blessed because we are loved, i think it also gives them some satisfaction, to be able to help us out and make sure luke is enjoying his day. >> reporter: lucas used a motorized wheelchair making impossible. >> for us it was difficult bringing him out, the sidewalk and darkness and leaves. >> reporter: a reverse trick or treat was put together for lucas, people are bringing the
treats to him in fulls could taum making this holiday scary good. >> this whole thing, people in lowell are amazing. >> i think it's very nice. 7 news today in new england. >> you know why it's worth it that smile. jennifer jif a big smile at the end there. >> anchor: up next, who wore it better the patriots getting in the halloween spirit, who decided to make fun of the boss this halloween. a good one. and looking at the forecast, you will see that as well, mild temperatures ahead for the next 7 days. >> jennifer: a play for the ages, the incredible ending to a college football game, fun to see.
it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough.
fire breaks out in danvers and you can see flames from that structure as we zoom in squoyf jennifer night takes a deadly turn in the bronx after a car plows into a group of trying or treaters. and a young boy was saved from the jaws of a shark, lucky to be alive. >> this is 7 news today in new england. thank you for making us a part of your day. i'm kris anderson.
let's get over to chris lambert for the forecast. >> chris: some sprinkles out there and overcast but mild, too, temperatures running lower to mid50s, so that is the tradeoff this morning, not as cold but in the as bright either. a couple of sprinkles on the lens, the tower-cam, shifted to the south and east and a couple of rain drops from the principle tree to the split and from stoughton to bridgewater and buzzard's bay a couple of rain drops so far. the bigger picture shows scattered showers to western new england but a lot of this here, fairly light as well, occasionally a light passing shower or sprinklesle but the overall theme, mostly cloudy skies and temperatures close to 60. mild weather today and limited on the rain drops and as we bet to next week, limited on the rain drops and 60s, 70 on the board and more on the 7-day
>> anchor: fire burning through a residential building in danvers. you can see the flames shooting from the roof of this building on williams street. fire crews from several towns were on the scene to help knock the fire down. in word on my injuries. the disturbing story, police in auburn say they received one report of halloween candy that had been tampered with in the chestnut avenue area. a metalic october about an inch in length fund under the wrapper of a hershey's mini chocolate bar. police believe it was an isolated incident you about any within who was electric or treating there you are urged to check your candy. >> jennifer: ntsb says they believe chef found the wreckage of the doomed cargo ship el faro. they say they will send the remote controlled vehicle to make sure it is actually the cargo ship.
el far organization went down when hurricane joaquin hit the bahamas last month killing all 33 people on board. two of the crew members were from massachusetts. first sppd verse begun to transfering beds of the people aboard the plane that crashed in egypt to a morgue in cairo. the crashed on saturday 23 minutes after takeing off all 224 people on board are thought to be dead. the russian aishl said the plane passed a routine check before takeoff. >> anchor: a heartbreaking story from new york, a halloween tragedy, two men and a child died when two men plowed into a group of trick or treaters in the bronx. now police are trying to figure out what caused that crash. witnesses say they will never forget what they saw.
>> it crashed into a bunch of people. >> we heard the screeching of the car. and you hear boom, boom. and screams. >> reporter: a car in new york, veered off street and jumped a curb and plowed into a a crowd of trick or treaters, witnesses describe seeing children in halloween costumes with horrific injuries. >> the little girl in the cat costume, she's hurt, she was screaming. but coherent. but the 7-year-old,... >> reporter: three people were killed including a nine or ten-year-old girl and four more are hurt including the driver of the car and the three-year-old in critical condition. one tried to help the young girl who was knocked unconscious. >> i said don't move, and i was just getting everyone. >> reporter: trick or treaters were still out as investigators tried to figure out what caused the driver to run off the road. a woman was driving in front of
the car, and the driver rammed into him seconds before flying off the road. >> he was behind my car and then i go, a little left side, and again... >> reporter: a huge number of officers comb the scene a car was left on someone's front lawn with neighbors praying for the victims and praying that that they saw wasn't real. >> horrible. >> it looked fake. this is a halloween joke. you know, a halloween joke. >> it was not a joke, unfortunately. police are investigating what caused that driver to crash. >> jennifer: a man marching down a street in colorado shot and killed three people on saturday morning. he began a spree around 8:45 and fatally shot in a gun battle with police. several other people were wounded but no word on their conditions right now.
the suspect's identity has in the been released and this word on a possible motive. and runaway military blimp on the move, a heept removed the blimp from the woods in pennsylvania this weekend and the blimp was stuck on wednesday after it broke loose in maryland. during the flit it knocked out power to tens of thousands of customers, the army has already begun taking claim for damages. the race for the white house taking center stage with the eye way caucus three montsds away. most republican candidates are focusing on that state. donald trump is making a stop in virginia unveiling a human for veterans care. here's 7's nick emmons. >> reporter: donald trump on the campaign trail and back taking shots at other g.o.p. hopefuls.
john kasich and ben carson. the pack drop was u.s.s. wisconsin where he unveiled his plan to streamline care for u.s. veterans. >> under a trump administration all veterans can bring their veterans id card to any doctor or care facility, that accepts medicare, to get the care they need immediately. >> many of the other republicans are in iowa, where voters will caucus in 92 days. texas senator ted cruz at the opportunity party forum pushing his plan, sampled a flat tax and continuing to take aim at the republican debate. >> we need to focus on the real issues that matter, our country is in crisis. >> reporter: representatives from nearly every republican campaign will meet in washington on sunday to talk about the gp
cruz's team has not confirmed poymgs. hillary clinton stopped in south carolina where she talked about gun control reforms and picked up two key endorsements. >> i have been hunting but my father would no more have allowed a led gun to be left lying around in our house than he would have jumped off the empire state building. >> reporter: bernie sanders was in new hampshire, where the state postal workers endorsed him as did two local trade nick emmons, 7 news today in new england. open enrollment has begun today, the first day you can select health insurance plans, officials say consumer friendly upgrids have been added to make signing up easier and inmyifying the reenrollment process. you can check out prices and plans on-line by going to health care .gov.
>> jennifer: a boy in hawaii met the man whether helped to save him after he was bit than bay shark. he met with the life guard who helped to rescue him that day. the boy is recovering after the shark left his leg gashed. >> fortunately everything worked out for the best. >> jennifer: he says he's feeling better about getting back in the water once his leg heals up. >> that is bravery, getting back in. taylor swift shaking it off on stage with special guests. see how the stars celebrated halloween with a little disney magic. >> jennifer: and a close one in game four of the world series. coming up. >> chris: a mild start to the day, and when does the real
now 7 weather with meteorologist chris lambert. >> chris: good morning everyone, 54 in plymouth right now, a milder start at the time day compared to yesterday but more clouds around as well. wind from the south, 8-12, the breeze is active this afternoon. more of a wind out there and more clouds and limited amounts
a couple of drochs earlier in boston, that is now across route 3 through the south shore and back toward the bourne bridge, and the sagamore close to the canal. a couple of showers in western mass and can't rule out a passing sprinkle or late shower until midday. 20 or 30% will pick up on this and it is dry. showing you the forecast model here, spotty sprinkles and light shower activity, and this afternoon, not much going on, could even have peeks of sun trying to break out, a better chance of the clouds parting ways, as we get to the evening hours and mainly clear skies and overnight tonight, more filtered sunshine for tomorrow, midto high level clouds working in from a strong system to the south but that storm itself staying south of us, a in terms of any precipitation. look at the temperatures for tomorrow afternoon, 70s widespread, midwest back to the
plains, this air mass settleing on in here for a few days next week and we don't expect much cool weather at all. in fact milder pattern peaking on thursday to friday as we approach 70 degrees about the days and perhaps above it on occasion. mostly cloudy skies today, not near 70 but near 60 this afternoon a sprinkle or late shower possible and mainly dry day, though. and this wind not quite as strong tonight as with the wind from the south, temperatures will be all that cool, temperaturings back to the 40s, and easy to take for this time year and filtered sunshine with midto high level clouds and light winds and not much of a breeze in the afternoon, five miles an hour and how about that on tuesday, midto upper 60s and cooler at the coastline on wednesday and near 70 on thursday and friday. a late day shower on friday,
night, not a whole lot of rain on the 7-day forecast. >> kris: taylor swift was the snowman from frozen, she posted this on her instagram and sank let it go manzel dressed up as queen elsa, and they made a quick change to finish out the song. the surprise duet was complete with confetti and swift will head up to asia and australia to continue. >> she makes $70 million. she shook off that costume quickly. next up, bruins getting off to a rough start this san but are things able to turn around
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and new time for 7 sports with trey daerr. >> bruins catching a ton of flack following that disaster of a start, after three games they were thinking the coach was on borrowed time and tuukka rask was past his prime. not hearing that noise from people now however. in pam pa, lightning on the power play and moving the fopt well. bishop up ahead, on the other end, getting it by. wn-0 lightning out front. bruins answer back, collum miller, falling down managing to sneak it by bishop. game even at 1. bruins working the two-man advantage, across to brett connolly, put boston at tw-1 and standing tall to make sure it holds up, 21 saves for tuukka rask.
the bruins a perfect 5-0 on the road, boston a winner tampa 3-1. troy flutie making his fourth start of the season, eagles down 10-0 and putting the ball on the turf, scooping it out and taking it back, 34 yards for the score. 17-0. out front. bc down 23-3 in the fourth. the quarterback, wellesley native, later on the drive, rich wilson. punching it in. bc finally getting to the end zone but not enough, falling 26-10, officially eliminated from bowl contention. celtics at the garden today, 3:30 hosting the spurs. have a great day. jennifer game four of the world series played in new york, the mets held the lead most of the game but an error by david murphy, this year's mr. october
that opened up the door for a royals rally. kansas city took a chanding 3-1 series lead, and royals will home to clinch tonight. >> kris: a miracle on the road to beat duke last night. watch, duke was leading in the fourth, 27-24, about to walk off with the a win but six seconds left on the clock, the receiver kickoff, funs start that, lateral after lateral, miami worked down the field and eventually after a few key blocks makes the way to the end zone, corn elder, crazy name, finally scores the touchdown. a flag on the play and that was waved off after a continue-minute review, miamies wins this one in miracle fashion 30-27.
a reward for the miami fans who didn't turn off the tv when there is six seconds left. hang on, at ten a local by forced to miss halloween because he couldn't get around in a wheelchair, until amazing family and friends stepped up to bring a goalish good time to his house >> kris: blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale is back... plus 1! woo-hoo! right now buy one get one at half price throughout the entire store. blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store! hey, any excuse for a party. and big savings.
it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. party on, people. blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale is back... plus 1! celebrate when you buy one get one at half price off the entire store. blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store! 'cause the older we get, the more you save. that's just how we roll.
tom and gisele wore masks there. and getting on on the spirit, julian educateleman dressed up as bill belichick. a photo-shop creation, it was complete with the coach's ripped sweatshirt and headset and eye black. peat good, if it's in the photo shopped. another half hour to go on sunday, this morning, so much more news ahead, so stick with
>> kris: fire breaks out in a danvers building as fierce flames shootout from the roof. >> jennifer: is the soap for the end? theness step as officialsry to wreckage. >> kris: the latest from egypt as a russian airliner goes down carrying more than 200 people. investigators want to know why. >> jennifer: a community in morning after a medway teen dies in a car crash. and new she's remembered by those who knew her. this is 7 news today in noug. >> jennifer: good morning, i'm jennifer eagan. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. we finally made it to thof. >> jennifer: i got an extra hour of sleep. >> kris: that was great chris
automatic updates on your phone? >> chris: instead of setting the alarm, that back:00 set the alarm for an hour ahead, the math came out the same, i don't know why, regardless an hour extra was nice to enjoy. 54 in the city of boston, i'm sure the kids got up about the same time, ready to big into the candy, right? a chance to get them on the side today. back to southwestern new hampshire and close to fitchburg and leominster and a couple of sprinkles in the came at this time from provincetown and stretching toward sagamore and burn bridge and to barnstable and in the expecting of much rain. mainly dry hours and a mild start to the day, and a mild finish. temperatures close to 60 this afternoon, and close to 70 this
the 7-day forecast ahead. >> kris: look at the video here, shooting from the roof of the building on williams street in danvers. fire crews from several towns helped to put out the fire. though word on if there were in injuries. flames engulfing a fishing boat in north falmouth and caused a lot of damage. that boat was docked at rams harbor when the fire started this morning, the boat is destroyed a 6-foot vessel a 36-foot vessel called good grief. >> jennifer: investigators say a sech team tracked down the wreckage about 15,000 feet below the surface of the ocean and the discould have ray was made in missing. they need to send a remote controlled vehicle to the wreck to make sure it is el faro.
when hurricane joaquin came barreling through the bahamas, killing all people on the ship, including two crew members from mass. about the graduated with mass maritime academy. >> kris: developing out of he jit, crews have recovered the black boxes from the wreckage of a russian plane that crashed on the sinai peninsula killing 220 people. investigators are hoping they will provide clues and people them understand why the plane went down. the site men russian families are dreading to see. egyptian first responders transfering bodies to a morgue in cairo after a russian passenger plane crashed early saturday morning on the sinai peninsula. 224 people were aboard the airbus 321 from egypt to st. petersburg russia. egyptian air traffic control
air laners about 20 minutes after takeoff and russian media is reporting the pilot made an attempt to contact with officials prior to the crash. >> what they are learning from russian media is that the pilot made a call back to the ground control, requesting an emergency landing. at the nearest airport citing technical issues. the plane starts its descent, after a dramatic right, some five or 6,000 feet a minute. >> reporter: the russian airline operating the aircraft said they had routine check perform takeoff and found in problems. >> the initial reports represent tremendous tragedy ands will and we extend our sympathys on the families and all those concerned >> kris: russians president has declared sunday a official day of mourning for the victims.
>> jennifer: a community shaig enafter a medway teen dies. police say they crashed a car into a tree. rescuers tried to pull her out but the fire was too much and there wasn't enough time. brandon gunnoe has more. >> reporter: madeline side in a car accident on friday might, on lincoln street in franklin, you can see a makeshift memorial has been growing. police and fire high the high school senior crashed into a tree. by standers tried to get her out of the suv but were unable to because of a fire spreading in the vehicle. friends and foil unstand my too upset to speak but the principal at medway high said she was a three sport athlete and very good student and brought a lot of joy to the school. the outpouring by friends and staff that came to medway high school for support and counseling speaks to the type of young woman she was. grief counselors were at the
loss for him so many say was an exceptional young woman. pran bran. -- brandon gunnoe. >> jennifer: police in you a burn say they received a report of halloween candy that had been tampered with in the chestnut avenue area. a metalic object was found under the wrapper of a hershey mini chocolate bar. it was partially ripped and they believe it was an isolated incident but think one who trick or treated in that area is urged to careful check their candy. >> kris: a teen who was convicted in a hazing rape is seeking a million dollar. he said officials targeted him and the mayor of somerville and district officials knew about previous hazing at the camp. prosecutors say the teen took part in the hazing ritual this a experts camp but the case was later dropped. hollis tennessee police on high
alert after puppies were stolen right from their kennel. now the k9 caper has those on the lookout for furry friends and police are asking for your help. 7's john cocoa with the latest. >> reporter: pick a pup kennel holliston, typically a place where people take dogs home. these three puppies were stolen. >> we got a call from our alarm company that the alarm was triggered. >> reporter: he says he came in fined the back door unlocked, he just thought it hadn't been secured and it wasn't this will the next morning that the manager noticed the dogs were gone. a male and female boxer and a female yellow lab all stolen. >> we are not sure you know, how or who, but the back door was the point of entry. >> reporter: according to the conditionel whoever took the dak was able to sneak past the security cameras.
>> they need vax nations in addition to that they had here and need to be seen bay vet and we have know idea what will happen to them at this point. >> reporter: he says the kennel did get questions about the puppies on friday and he's hoping someone pay hear something suspicious about the dogs being for sale and get in touch with police. >> we can get them back or just make sure they are well taken care of. 7 news today in new england. jennifer jif a hasn't tragedy in new york, when a car flued into a group of trick or treaters killing three people. police say the accident happened before 5 pm on saturday, killing two adults and a ten-year-old girl. four others including the driver and a three-year-old child were tras ported to the hospital. no word on what caused the crash. one person was killed and another hurt in a shooting in a university in north carolina. winston-salem university said the campus was placed on full
reported at 1:00 this morning. police are still searching for the gunman. >> a criminal investigation has been launched after 28 people were killed in that nightclub fire in romania on friday night. investigators were on the scene again on saturday looking into that they believe started the fire that also injured more than n 40 others. the club's owners are are target. officials say sound proofing material in the club may not have been fire proof. fire comes over a decade after another nightclub tragedy that happened in the northeast, the station night club fire in warwick rhode island killed a hundred people and injured more than 200 others, families of the victims say the romanian fire is similar. >> jennifer: a pumpkin thief this wilmington has a boy on the lookout. the six-year-old boy's mom called the police department to report six pumpkins stolen off his porch.
the officers knew finding them would be almostible possible so they bought new pumpkins for him and a bag of candy to jump-start the halloween. >> a sweet story. and made that young man happy. still ahead, tch has been getting hit hard by mother nature. storms ripping through the lone star state and leving a path of destruction. more on the wild weather. >> jennifer: and one local boy couldn't make it out for halloween and the community brought the treats to his doorstep. >> chris: the weather is going back to late september.
right. hyannis is 51 and worcester, despite the clocks going back, our weather reverting back to september. late september, averages unare 60s and we'll see a lot of that coming in next week. not quite there today, but 60 this afternoon, a couple of light showers across outer route 2 and a few drops in the cape and islands at this point but void of any significant rain, and you may catch another passing shower that is quick, and doesn't take up much time and otherwise they do expect mainly dry conditions for this day after halloween. fortunate have dry conditions the day after halloween, the kids on a sugar high and get them outside to burn off the energy. no problems this afternoon. a look through the deep south and they have problems with heavy rain in louisiana and to the mississippi valley, this storm system, even though it is working to the north, actually gets blocked by building area of
the rain to the south of us and we have the milder weather close to 60, and this area of high pressure as it builds in will protect us to the south. and eventually once the winds shift back to the southwest we will continue to warm things up as we get to next week. by tomorrow afternoon, 70s from chicago back to the plains, and this is the air mass that will be working in to southern new england, by thursday and friday, that is when we keep temperature-wise to the lower 70s. 76-52, mainly dry and breezy conditions. a few peeks of sun but i wouldn't count on a lot of sunshine, and most clouds breaking apart this evening, not that cold overnight and temperatures faurling back to the 40s. a couple of degrees either side of 60 tomorrow, sunshine filtered by midto high level clouds from the storm system to the south but no rainfall out of it, going through the next 7 days.
coolest weather that i can find all week long on the immediate coastline on evaluate with an onshore breeze, upper 50s at the coast and switch the wind back to the southwest on thursday, and many of us warming to the lower 70s. >> kris: dealing with a wild situation in texas, five people are dead after a storm system sparringed several tornadoes in state, dozens of people had to be rescued from under stre branches in washed out roadways. you see how fierce that water is. nearly 15 inches of rain set in austin, and towns alerted residents of the dangers. >> we heard lots of a herts on our phones and that let us know we needed to be on alert and i jumped up out of bed and we went into the hallway.
to go door-to-door. >> jennifer: in family and friends destid bring the spooky night to him. 7 use john cocoa has her. >> reporter: christmas may be a couple of monthses abut on at least this saturday in lowell, halloween became the season of giving. >>our our friendance community, too, we are very blessed because we loved, i think it also gives them in satisfaction to be able to help us out and make sure luke is enjoying to day. >> reporter: ten-year-old lucas noel has news couplar distrophy and it makes trick or treating nearly impossible. >> it got difficult for us to bring him out, the leaves, sidewalks, cashingness. >> reporter: a reverse trick or treat has been put together, this stead of him going to get treats people are bringing
making this holiday scary good. >> i was brought to tears, people in lowell are amazing. >> i think it's very nice. today in new england. >> jennifer: a sweet story. we loved to see what you were up to this halloween, check out mass you montoya from lawrence ready to go on air, too about matthew says his favorite newscaster is sabourin and he never misses the morning forecast either. >> he loves pete. another busy week on the campaign trail, including another debate to the are the gop. >> jennifer: one more check of
the sometimes haphazard, never boring fun. the why can't it smell like this all the time fun. the learning the virtue of sharing fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. >> kris: a strong performance for marco rubio at the third gop debate. >> jennifer: and congress has new speaker of the house. those stories and more ahead on "meet the press". chuck td joinsous a preview. >> reporter: good morning, this sunday a campaign in >> chris:, the slipping poll numbers and shaf shakeup and
disaster crouse deb performance, does describe bush have what it takes to win? and the new speaker of the house, pull ryan, will he try to use his capital now or attempt to save it. my interview with the man tasked with uniting the gop in washington. and changing course, first in afghanistan and now in syria, why president obama decided to send special ops forces on the ground in syria. all that and more on "meet the press". >> one last check of the weather over cast? temperatures don't match up to november first? >> chris: closer to 60 in boston and closer to 70 by the end of next week, that is late september standards and a brief passing sprinkle or isolated shower today over the next few hours but mainly a dry day, and
cold air, 60s and 70s across the board. beautiful, 70 at the end of the week. >> i'm off sures and friday. perfect. >> that will do it for this this sunday orange, i'm >> jennifer:. >> kris: i'm kris anderson, have an awesome sunday. we'll see you back here next sunday for today in new england. realtime closed captioning