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>> christa: a search for a killer in dorchester after an overnight shooting. >> jadiann: overseas, what the black box recordings reveal about the final moments before the deadly russian plane crash. good morning, everyone, bright and early on this tuesday. i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: november 3rd, lots of news to get to. let's get over to jeremy reiner with the forecast. >> jeremy: good morning, everyone. temps right now compared to yesterday at this time, about 10-15 degrees colder than where we were. jackets a good idea for a few hours. norwood 33. bedford 35. boston 47, worcester 43. the air is dry. the thing about dry air, it cools off fast but if you add sunshine, is springs back. we have a nice warm afternoon. we're going to jump from the 30s this morning close to 70 by 2:00 this afternoon. a little breezy, 7:00 this evening, cooling off. temps this evening mid 50s. a-ok. >> christa: all right, like to hear that.
thank you. how about "fast track traffic," good morning, rich. >> rich: good morning, we're live on route 93 but it's all good. the 93 ride, the turnpike, route 128, even the expressway. there's a live shot. no stacked up traffic yet. even by 49 the turnpike is easy. right now it's fine. later on, maybe not so much. the t says it's on time too. >> christa: thank you. let's get to that breaking news off the top. a standoff right now in canton with police blocking several streets there in that town. >> jadiann: that's right. it started with an early morning stabbing. let's get to nicole oliverio. what can you tell us about the situation right now? >> reporter: well police in canton getting help from surrounding towns as well as the state police. you can see several barricades. it's going to be difficult to get around canton. several sections of washington street are blocked off. you can see police are directing traffic.
there's a person barricaded at 1425 washington street in canton. what we know is that there was reports of a stabbing. that stabbing victim taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries and then the suspect apparently barricaded himself in the home on washington street. what is unclear is if the stabbing happened at that address, if the suspect lives at this home or if there was a chase. we're waiting for an update from canton police for the details. it's unclear exactly where they are in the standoff with the person barricaded inside. we'll bring you the latest information as soon as we get it. live in canton, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: we're following more breaking news this morning. the search is on to find the gunman who killed a man in dorchester. >> christa: police spent the overnight hours at the scene, looking for clues. let's go live to the scene with the latest right now on the investigation. here's jennifer eagan.
>> reporter: good morning, right now it doesn't sound like police have very much to go on. this happen just before midnight. police came here to this residence in dorchester and found a 21-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds. he did not survive the injuries. police walked the streets looking for evidence overnight. there was one person nearby. that person was interviewed by investigators but police don't have a description of a suspect or suspects. at least that they're willing to release at all. this morning, police are looking for the public's help. anyone with any information is asked to contact police. boston police released crime statistics yesterday. it would appear this would be the 32nd homicide in the city this year. live in dorchester this morning. jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. we're following more breaking news from overseas. a russian news outlet reporting the findings from a russian airliners black box before it crashed in egypt.
some, quote, uncharacteristic sounds were heard before the plane vanished from radar. however the crew never mentioned anything out of the ordinary. they did not send out a distress signal. satellite images show a heat flash around the plane at the time of the crash but no missile trail. all 224 people onboard the plane, including children, were killed. >> jadiann: right now, hopkinton police are trying to track down the person who passed out terrifying treats. two children found toilet cleaner in their candy bags. victoria warren joins us live with the latest on this story. >> reporter: good morning jadiann, these were two separate calls, two separate families, both calling hopkinton police to report that they found poison candy. it's not a trick or a treat but rather poison that some parents found in their kids' candy bags.
>> parents in hopkinton can't believe toilet bowl cleaner was given out to two separate children on halloween night. >> i wouldn't want to jump to conclusions but that would surprise me that that happened in this town. >> that's disgusting. you got to be on your watch all the time. >> police say it was wrapped in white paper. the reports came from the parents of a 16-year-old and 4-year-old. they did not know each other but they did go trick-or-treating in the same area. >> neither kid ate it and no one was hurt. >> the kids are smart but you have to remind them. that's all. it's sad. >> hopkinton police continue their investigation and they are reminding all parents to carefully check their children's
live in hopkinton, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: new details this morning about the everett high school football player who was stabbed hours after leading his team to a playoff victory. doctors say roger. >> mar venice fedna is expected to make a full recovery. he's doing better than expected, he's talking and moving all limbs. sammy fedna says his brother is expected to be okay after successful back surgery. the 16-year-old is listed in fair condition after being stabbed early sunday morning on broadway. the everett superintendent says fedna was attacked after trying to help a friend who he heard screaming. officers are looking at surveillance video from the area in hopes of identifying a suspect. >> jadiann: two men from burlington are charged with destruction of property for vandalizing the islamic center
one of the men apologized. >> it's a harmless prank. >> i apologized. >> derrik demone and cameron cappella sprayed painted u.s.a. on the mosque and threw eggs at the building. leaders at the mosque want them charged with a hate crime. >> christa: voters in cities and towns across the commonwealth will head to the polls. in boston all 13 city council seats are on the battle. five candidates are battling it out for four at large seats. charles yancey faces a tough race against andrea campbell. there are races in worcester, brockton, quincy and weymouth. the state senate seat was left in june. the race for the white house will be decided one year from today. can you believe it?
a new nbc wall street journal poll this morning shows who is surging to frontrunner status. let's go to kris anderson with a look at the numbers. the numbers are good for hillary clinton, increasing her lead over bernie sanders but she faces some challenges. according to the new nbc news "wall street journal" poll hillary clinton is ahead by a 2-1 margin over bernie sanders. former maryland governor sean martin o'malley 3%. hillary clinton was given high marks for being honest and straight forward. the same poll finds ben carson surging to the lead, his 29% is followed by donald trump at 23%, marco rubio 11%, ted cruz 10% and jeb bush with 8%, a switch from early last month when trump was in the lead. this is the second major poll in
the past several days that shows ben carson moving past trump for the top spot. live in the control room, kris anderson, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: jeb bush begins his three-day jeb can fix it bus tour in new hampshire today. the first two events will be a house party hosted by former senator scott brown in rye. also a town hall in raymond. bush will also hold events across the state tomorrow and thursday. >> christa: we still have much more news ahead for you on this tuesday morning, including a teen coming under attack by a officer with a suffolk county sheriff's department. >> jadiann: she says she's lucky to be alive. a woman nearly killed by a boat propeller is sharing her story with just one station. >> jeremy: mostly sunny skies, chilly. temps now in the middle 30s. look at this recovery, upper
breezy, mostly sunny skies this afternoon. >> rich: getting the details on a turnpike rollover all coming your way. "7 news today in new england." >> christa: we're tracking two breaking stories early this morning. canton police on the scene of a standoff, a person barricaded inside a home after a stabbing was reported. >> jadiann: and in dorchester, police are investigating after a man was shot and killed overnight. we'll stay on top of both of these stories all morning long.
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the snow a welcome sight forcy resorts in lake tahoe and areas hard hit by the droughts. they need that. it gets me in the christmas spirit. >> jadiann: reminds me of the time i lived in wyoming. >> christa: which you would like to forget i'm guessing. >> jadiann: it was brutally cold. not this week. >> jeremy: not at all. we have mild weather. typically when you have cold weather and snow in the west and we show you a story outwest, usually our weather means warm conditions. that's the case today. mostly sunny skies, we're heading for 70 this afternoon. we have some work to do to get to the upper 60s, near 70. when compared to yesterday at this time, temps 10-20 degrees colder, norwood 32. fitchburg 37. orange 32. the city of boston, urban heat doing its thing at 37. nantucket 49. dry air and sunshine.
the day with temps this afternoon easily reaching the 60s. some of us close to 70. tomorrow high pressure goes from vermont to east of new england. when it's there it allows for cooler conditions to develop at the coastline. even the cooler coast, the numbers average at or above normal and then on thursday, high pressure moves to the south. it can't find a home. it's like hot potato, rotating all over the place. south of new england sets up another mild day. a southerly breeze. more moisture on thursday so thursday we start with sun and afternoon. today, mostly sunny skies. a nice one. breezy and warm. temps between 65 and 70 degrees. lunch outside for sure. tonight, clear, cool, 40s to around 50. tomorrow, more sunshine. a little bit cooler for everyone coastline. temps today upper 60s to around 70 in boston. beverly 70, bedford 68.
for tomorrow, the numbers are in the low to middle 60s. low 60s found at the coast. norwood 65. again, even tomorrow these numbers, that's above normal for this time of year. normal high 56. jet stream looks like this. when it looks like that, that's where you find the snow out west and we have the warm conditions here along the eastern seaboard. temps by thursday and friday, upper 60s and low 70s. and how about records? thursday the record is 79. friday we have a chance, near record warmth on friday. sounds good. 7on7 forecast, saturday a mix of clouds and sunshine. temps on saturday into the upper 50s and sunday, mostly sunny skies. temps near 50 degrees. patriots world domination tour rolls on. who is next? the redskins. temperatures at kickoff sunday afternoon at gillette near 50. >> jadiann: for the first time since her accident earlier this
year we're hearing from a young boating. >> christa: it happened in may and she has come a long way since then. our sheryl cheryl fiandaca has more offed the interview you'll see on just one station today. >> i was getting a football out of the water. boat. when i got closer, they threw a rope to me and i grabbed on to get on the boat. i didn't know the propeller was on. the rope ended up going into the propeller and pulling me in and under. >> that's the last thing nicky remembers before waking up in a hospital bed. >> i knew i had lost my arm. >> nicky's life changed forever in may when she and a girlfriend accepted and invitation to go boating. when she went into the water, the boat was anchored and off. the boat captain is charged with
drunk boating and negligent operation. >> were you right-handed? >> yep. >> several months later it's amazing to see how far she's come. >> i was very calm and just okay with it and stuff. but it was -- it didn't hit me until a lot later. >> the boat's propeller cut through the top of her head and left eye socket, slicing through her and abdomen and both legs. doctors used hundred dollars of staples to close the cuts. nicky suffered even more. >> i have radial nerve damage with this hand, so it wasn't just me living my life without my right arm, it's a very limited left arm. >> it was a lot to take in. >> her parents say it's hard to watch their daughter struggle. >> she likes to do things by herself and sometimes it's hard to let her. so i just have to, you know,
>> when you look back at some of the things they're doing and you say it's only been just over four months, you can't help but you proud of everything she's done. >> nicky is a fighter who faces life's challenges every day. >> everything takes ten times longer. i can still do t it's trial and error. >> what is the most difficult thing right now? >> accepting help from people. i have a rule that i have to try it at least once. if i ask for help, i'll need help. otherwise, i want to do everything by myself. it's hard because you don't want to hurt the people that are trying to do a good thing. so that's difficult for me but i'm very lucky with, you know, that i had the injuries that i did. they could have been so much worse, so i try to look at the positive things. >> nicky has been fitted for a prosthetic arm which she expects this month. her family and friends are
planning a frazer fundraiser to defray the cost of future medical expenses. for more on that go to whdh.com. >> christa: what a resilient young woman. she has plans for her future and wants to work in the field of fitness and nutrition and hopes to help people who suffered injuries like hers. next on 7, the safety upgrades expected to cost the mbta nearly a half billion dollars and how the transit agency plans to pay for the >> jadiann: 7 viewers getting their say. find out who won this week's who did it better challenge. we're performing circus acts.
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we're in solar winter. the three darkest months out of the year. reduced sunlight is reduced serotonin which for some people, you get a little bit blue. the cure, mostly sunny, warm, if you get a chance, park yourself on a bench and soak up the sunshine. temps this afternoon, upper 60s to around 70. the city at 70 this afternoon. nashua 67. >> jadiann: the patriots host washington on sunday and they're looking to get to 8-0 halfway through the season. while fans may be thinking an undefeated season is possible, tom brady is not interested in discussing anything beyond sunday's game. >> that's the furthest thing from anybody's mind. i could really care less about, you know, those type of things and -- when you reflects back, you thought, wow, that was a great year. when you're in the middle of it, you can't do anything about a
we got one mission this week. >> christa: we're going from tom brady, and he doesn't want to talk about an undefeated streak and you don't want to either. >> jadiann: i said my campaign slogan for the who did it better undefeated. not trying to jinx of pats. i don't think i pulled it off. >> christa: last week you won won the cannoli challenge. here you are at the circus, with two olympic medalist. >> jadiann: charley white and meryl davis won for ice dancing. so we were juggling, we had to learn a dance routine and we had to do the this thing with this thing called a meteor rope. i improvised. my cartwheel. >> christa: that was your distraction, right? >> jadiann: yeah. so fortunately in this whole
thing, no one was hurt. the ringmaster was most impressed with me because he loved my name. >> christa: did he? really. >> i have not seen the results. i learn with the viewers and you. >> christa: here we go. oh, man, charley and merle meryl won. >> jadiann: i feel like i put up a good fight. >> christa: with the fan dance, you had my vote. >> jadiann: i appreciate that. you know, yesterday we promised the viewers i may post that video of the clown bicycle. i did it yesterday. >> christa: excellent. >> jadiann: i have no pride in all of this, you guys. just a quick research shows that charley white has 160,000 followers and meryl has 170,000 so maybe there was a little bit of that. >> christa: it's all good. it's all about the fun, right? >> jadiann: but my fans in boston voted a lot so thank you for that. we've got more to come. >> christa: can you talk about what's coming up next. >> jadiann: we have a couple of different ones.
i'll ask the producers which one i can talk about. >> christa: more ahead. a new report today revealing the media habits of teens and tweens. wait until you hear the amount of the day they're spending in front of a screen. >> jadiann: we continue to follow breaking news. this out of canton, police are on the scene of a standoff, a person is barricaded inside of a home after a stabbing. >> christa: also, we'll have the latest on breaking news out of dorchester as well. police are investigating a
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the reason for the multimillion dollars upgrades. >> christa: 5:30 on the dot. i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: i'm jadiann thompson. it's a gorgeous day yesterday, a nice day to get out and get sunshine today. >> christa: the whole week is a-ok, j.r. >> jeremy: we're going to make it. boston at 47. plymouth 36. bedford at 35. nashua 35. it's like the mary tyler moore show, we're going to make it after all. high pressure with us. mostly sunny skies. both commutes are dry. chilly this morning, temperatures in the 30s. into the afternoon it warms nicely. upper 60s to around 70. 7:00 this evening, cooling off, mid 50s. >> jadiann: let's get over to rich kirkland and check on "fast track traffic." >> rich: good morning. we talked last time about a rollover on the turnpike. it was there, they just cleared it. it was the turnpike eastbound at route 128, the weston tolls. traffic is moving much better as
route 1 on the north shore, no delays. 93 in good shape. there's the big picture, the expressway, white lights northbound. no south shore headaches and the t says we're on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: breaking news we've been tracking all morning for you. a standoff right now in canton with police blocking several streets in town today. >> jadiann: this started with an early morning stabbing. let's go to nicole oliverio. what can you tell us about the situation right now? >> reporter: for anybody who is trying to get around canton, you can see police have the roads blocked off. drivers trying to figure out exactly how to get around right now. we can tell you there are sections of washington street blocked off. this all because of a reported police standoff. what we believe is that there is a man, accused of a stabbing, that has barricaded himself in a home on washington street but the area is so blocked off, we're a half mile away so it's unclear what police are doing,
if they have had contact with the suspect. what we know, there were reports of a person being stabbed. that person having serious hospital. home. it's unclear if the stabbing happened at that address on washington street or if that's where police were trying to meet up with the suspect to take him under arrest. we're waiting for information from police. as soon as we get it, we'll bring it to you. live in canton, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. also out of dorchester right now, police are searching for a suspect after a person there was shot and killed. it happened just after midnight on shepton street. the victim died at the scene after shot several times. investigating. also this morning, police in hopkinton trying to find the person who gave toilet bowl cleaners to a pair of children on halloween. the toxic cleaners were wrapped up and appeared to be candy. them.
contact police in hopkinton. the everett high school football player who was stabbed is now in fair condition this morning. 16-year-old marvens fedna was stabbed after trying to help a friend who was yelling for help. it happened hours after he led his team to a victory in the state playoffs. his brother telling the "boston herald," the teen is talking and can move all of his limbs. >> jadiann: a suffolk county sheriff's deputy is off the job after being on the wrong side of the law. jeffrey parillo was arrested for attacking a teenager in north. he was drunk, not in uniform and carrying a gun. parillo yanked the teen out of his car and hit him after the teen questioned whether he was a police officer. others jumped in and held the officer down until police arrived. he's facing multicharges. >> christa: police in stoneham searching for a bank robber. he robbed a citizen bank in stop & shop on main street.
he didn't show a weapon and stole an unknown amount of cash. investigators believe the man may have been responsible for recent robberies in reading and chelmsford. >> jadiann: three puppies stolen from a kennel in holliston have been returned safe and sound. officials say they are in good health. an anonymous tip helped police find the puppies in a house in plainville. at least one person will face burglary and larceny charges. >> christa: the mbta planning safety upgrades. they'll install positive train control on lines that don't have it. it it's designed to prevent crashes by automatically slowing trains on certain stretches of track. the project will cost an estimated $450 million and will be paid for in part with a loan from the federal government. it could mean weekend shutdowns
on some lines in march of 2017 and continuing into 2018. officials expect the installation to be finished in 2020. >> jadiann: ahead, word is spreading about justin bieber's new album. how the biebs is getting a little help from artists in boston and why not everyone is happy. >> christa: tracking calories at chain restaurants is supposed to be easier next year but a study raises questions about whether it makes a difference at all. >> jeremy: for the day, mostly sunny skies. chilly this morning. through the day, look what happens to the numbers, upper 60s, close to 70 this afternoon. a little breezy at times. >> rich: we've had breakdowns, crashes, rollovers but right now it's clear sailing. details coming up on "7 oliday i can count on someone's kid ing me for santa. i'm so sorry. n sweetie. it's okay. g right when
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>> jeremy: good >> christa: good morning, time for everything you need to start your morning. >> jadiann: everything you need to know and go. >> jeremy: i know this, mild out there through the day. the mild pattern rolls on. near 70 this afternoon. normal high is 56. the weekend looking dry. before we get to the 70-degree weather, it's cold this morning compared to yesterday, about 10-15 degrees colder. norwood 31. bedford 35. boston 47.
so it does not feel like a spring morning. it feels like a morning you would find in october or november. with high pressure close by, mostly sunny skies and that will warm things nicely. temps this afternoon close to 70. high pressure close to us tomorrow but it's over on the other side of new england. east of it allows cooler conditions to develop at the coastline tomorrow afternoon but cooler, not drastically cold. into thursday, the southerly wind returns so we're warm again. but because it's a southerly wind it will drag clouds into the northeast thursday afternoon. maybe sprinkles thursday evening. today absolute outstanding, mostly sunny skies. chilly early but nice recovery. 65 to 70 this afternoon. mostly clear, cool tonight. 40s to around 50. more sunshine tomorrow. high temps tomorrow still above normal so in terms of the next two, today's the warmer of the two. tomorrow, that 61 in boston is above normal for this time of year.
hyannis tomorrow afternoon 59. jet stream looks like this and it's going to continue to look like that for the remainder of the week meaning i don't have cold weather in the forecast. you could make the argument sunday is a chilly day. the temps bounce back into the 50s and 60s, get some tacos. >> christa: incredible first week of november. >> rich: traffic is good, do you use the tobin bridge? heads up. they have a work crew late leaving and that's what we're stuck with. that's a live shot of traffic on the tobin. the crew is gone but traffic is backed up from downtown almost to route 16 in the everett area. elsewhere doing all right. there's the turnpike. there's 93. the expressway just starting to slow down. the t says on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you. we continue to follow two breaking stories this morning.
police surrounded a house on washington street shutting down several roads. >> christa: this started a couple hours ago with a report of a stabbin let's head out live to canton with nicole oliverio on the scene. >> reporter: the first calls coming in just after 3:00 this morning. as the police standoff is going on, there are several roads blocked off, including here on washington street in canton. if you're trying to get around, it might be more difficult this morning. what we know is there were reports of a stabbing. that victim allegedly taken to a injuries. it was then we believe that the suspect barricaded himself in a home on washington street. right now that is where the police standoff is going on. the barricade is back about a half mile so it's unclear what is happening right now. you have to imagine that that standoff is still going on as roads remain blocked off. we're waiting for an update from canton police to find out what was going on. what we don't know at this hour
the same home where the suspect has allegedly barricaded himself inside of the house. we hope to get more information and bring it to you as soon as we do. live in canton, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: we have more breaking news to pass along this morning out of dorchester where overnight there was a deadly shooting. let's go to jennifer eagan there with the latest. >> reporter: christa, investigators walked up and down this street searching for possible evidence. the shooting happened just after midnight. officers responded to the corner of shepton and denver streets and found a 21-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds. he did not survive the injuries. there was one person near the scene. police talked to that person but investigators need more information. police don't have a description of a suspect or suspects that they're willing to release. anyone with information is asked to contact police a21-year-old man shot and killed just after
boston police released crime statistics yesterday. it would appear this is the 32nd homicide in the city so far this year. live in dorchester, jennifer england." >> jadiann: also on 7, portsmouth, new hampshire police driver. the crash happened near the intersection of lafayette road night. the driver was in a ford truck like the one in this photo. investigators believe the truck's passenger side highlight may have damage to it. >> christa: a woman behind bars accused of helping to murder her boyfriend's parents was in court. she and her boyfriend allegedly battling drug addiction hoped to cash in in on killing hire parents after they considered put cutting their son out of their will. she said she had nothing to do with the death. police found the bodies of the parents in the yard after a nearly three month search.
their son, kyle, is facing murder charges, his arraignment hasn't been scheduled. >> jadiann: the keystone pipeline, the company behind the project asked the state department to suspend the review. transcanada needs more time to work with nebraska on the best route through the state. the move before the obama administration was expected to reject the break. >> a e. coli outbreak that caused chipotle to close may be a produce problem. those who got sick from eating at the chain ate meals consisting of vegetables rather than meat. two dozen people were reported sick with at least eight going to the hospital. >> crews are expected to finish repairs at a fort lauderdale airport where a plane burst into flames. the damaged area was the size of four tennis courts. the runway is expected to reopen tomorrow.
the damage was $85,000. a dine in this dynamic airways jet caught fire. the faa says the plane had a clean service record. a u.s. airman who helped stop the terror attack in france is receiving another hero's honor. spencer stone was promoted on friday. stone also received the purple heart and airman's medal for his efforts. in august stone and two friends subdued a gunman on a train in france stopping a possible terror attack. all three of them from awarded the french legion of honor. >> jadiann: a sinkhole opening in florida keeps growing. the hole now measures 28 feet wide and 30 feet deep. people who live next to it have been forced out of their homes. they're concerned and want to know when they can move back in.
seattle leaves a car mangled in a ditch. it ended up sideways in a creek. two teenage girls were in the car and were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. >> a major highway in northern california is open after a dust storm caused an 18 car pileup. >> jadiann: police say visibility was down to zero. this was on monday afternoon. look at that. drivers couldn't see anything. but they could hear people screaming and cars crashing into each other. five people suffered minor injuries. a study finds restaurants that voluntarily list calorie counts on men use offer more low-calorie items. those restaurants averaged almost 140 fewer calories per item than ones who didn't post the information. there could be healthier choices when calorie counts become mandatory in a year. if you love eating out we
check out the menu ahead of time. just because a meal sounds healthy doesn't mean it is. read the ingredients before ordering. also, don't get a salad if you're craving a burrito. recreate that burrito into a healthier way. for example, use salad ingredients. if you outsmart your cravings, you're likely to stick to a long-term healthy eating plan. snack through the day to avoid starving yourself. snack. >> jadiann: that's true. halloween candy doesn't help. >> christa: a report finds teens spend nine hours a day with media and technology including watching tv, playing video games, surfing the web, listing to music or texting. the trick is for them to manage technology without them losing the ability to connect face-to-face with people. parents need to set an example
phones or computers. the government adding automatic braking to its five star safety ratings system. the ratings highlight the important safety technology. the braking warns drivers if they're about to crash. if the driver doesn't hit the brakes, the car stops itself. the technology will begin with 2018 cars. >> nick lachey hopes people in ohio will vote to legalize marijuana because he'lling raking in big bucks. the cincinnati navy active co-owns two farms that would supply the marijuana. they could sell more than a billion dollars worth of marijuana every year. >> jadiann: topping the buzz, snoopy getting a star on the hollywood walk of fame. charley brown's legendary pet is the first animated beagle to receive the honor.
the snoopy star is next to charles m schults. the creator. snoopy will be on the big screen this weekend. >> christa: macy's thanksgiving parade turning into a star-studded event. i love the snoopy balloon. the signature balloons will be front and center but the parade will feature mariah carey and jordin sparks. you can catch the parade here on 7 nbc. >> jadiann: i always love that. >> jeremy: such a good tradition. even if you're working, it's the fun to watch. >> jeremy: absolutely. here we are, month of november. 30s and 40s. boston 47. norwood 31. you know what, norwood, you're going to finish in the upper 60s this afternoon. have fun with that. >> jadiann: next at 6:00, the latest on both of our breaking news stories we've had all morning plus a new poll released in the democratic presidential race. which candidate is sitting in the top stop.
iday i can with with orders. tomers knowing right when their packages arrive. ing real-time delivery notifications. one moren is is our season. a heavy police presence in canton overnight. a standoff after a stabbing. >> jadiann: breaking news, in boston. shots ring out and a young man is dead. what police are asking from the
public. >> christa: more toxic treats handed out for halloween. where toilet bowl cleaner was given to kids at candy. >> jadiann: trump under fire for inadulting the dnc chairwomen. >> injured in a boating accident in boston. >> i didn't know the propeller was on. >> a young woman battling back from tragedy. good morning, everybody, officially welcoming you to tuesday. it's 6:00 a.m. i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: i'm jadiann thompson waking up with you this morning, it's a bright day and cool but >> christa: mild compared to november. >> jeremy: yes, this afternoon near 70 degrees. compared to yesterday morning, right now it's colder than yesterday morning. it's a little bit tricky, more like october. october you have these days that start like this where the numbers are 30s and 40s and then the temps spring back into the 60s.
november, it's a struggle. not today. high pressure is with us, mostly sunny skies. temps this morning quickly out of the 30s. by 2:00 this afternoon, a lot of sunshine. what great november day. upper 60s to around 70. 7:00 this evening, cooling off. manageable. mid 50s this evening. get after it. >> christa: let's see what you will encounter on the roads. >> rich: they're not bad except on the tobin bridge. they're heavier today than yesterday. they had a late leaving work crew so we're just dealing with the turnpike -- the tobin right now, which is chelsea to boston, early for that to happen. the expressway not bad. the turnpike is wide open. 93 is okay so not a bad ride. the t says the t is on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you. we're going to get to several breaking news stories this morning. first police in canton involved in a standoff right now. >> christa: this just happened a fewer hours ago. streets are still shout down
let's go to 7's in this case knuck on the -- nicole oliverio on the scene. >> reporter: canton police say one brother stabbed his other brother. you can see now, though, as the police standoff is going on, washington street is blocked off from dedham to randolph streets. if you're trying to get around canton, that's a problem. this all happening just after 3:00 this morning. police received a call from 1425 washington street for reports of a stabbing. they were able to get that man out of the home and taken to a hospital. we're told his injuries are serious but not life-threatening. at that point the suspect, the victim's brother, barricaded himself inside of the home. efforts to make contact with that brother have been unsuccessful so that standoff
you can see several roads shut down and blocked off as they try to resolve this police standoff. we don't know if the suspect has other weapons or what was used in the stabbing but canton police say the streets will be blocked off until the situation has been resolved. live in canton, nicole oliverio, >> jadiann: we have breaking news out of boston. police are investigating a deadly shooting. you see jennifer eagan is there and we understand a young man was shot several times here. >> reporter: that's right. right now it sounds like police don't have very much to go on. this shooting of a just and midnight at shepton and denver streets. police found a 21-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds. he did not survive. police walked the street looking for possible evidence. they say there was one person nearby. that person was interviewed by investigators but right now police don't have a description of a suspect or suspects.
at least that they're willing to release. this morning police are looking for the public's help. anyone with information is asked to contact police. boston police released crime statistics yesterday. it would appear this is the 32nd homicide in the city this year. live in dorchester, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: also breaking news overseas on the russian plane that crashed in egypt. the black boxes revealing what they're calling, quote, uncharacteristic sounds heard in the cockpit before the plane vanished from radar. a russian news outlet is reporting the crew never mentioned anything was out of the ordinary. according to nbc news, satellite images show a heat flash around the plane at the time of the crash but no missile trail. all 224 people, including children, onboard the plane were killed. >> jadiann: toxic treats handed out for halloween in hopkinton. kids bringing home toilet bowl cleanener the candy bags.
victoria warren joins us live with more on this story. >> reporter: good morning. these were two separate calls from two separate families that came into the hopkinton police department. these parents reported their children found toilet bowl cleaner mixed in with their halloween candy. it's not a trick or a treat but rather poison that some parents found in their kids' candy bags. >> that's deadly. >> parents in hopkinton can't believe toilet bowl cleaner was given to two separate children on halloween night. >> i wouldn't jump to conclusions but that would surprise me that that happened in this town. >> it's disgusting. you got to be on your watch all the time. >> hopkinton police say the toilet cleaner was wrapped in white paper and the reports came from the parents of a 6-year-old and a 14-year-old. the children don't know each other and were not together but they did both go trick-or-treating in the downtown area. >> every generation had their
tale of horror on halloween. >> luckily neither kid ate it and no one was hurt. >> the kids have to be smart. they are smart but you have to remind them. that's all. it's sad. >> hopkinton police continue their investigation and they are reminding all parents to check all halloween candy. live this morning in hopkinton, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: we have new details about the everett high school football player who was stabbed just trying to help out a friend. doctors say 16-year-old marvens fedna has been upgraded from critical to fair condition and he's expected to make a full recovery. his brother is telling the "boston herald" today his younger barack brother is talking and moving his limbs. he was stabbed sunday morning hours after leading his team to a win in the state playoffs. investigators are looking at surveillance video from near the crime scene. >> jadiann: two men from burlington are charged with
property for allegedly vandalizing the islamic center. after appearing in court one apologized. >> a harmless prank? >> harmless. it won't happen again. >> derrik demone and cameron cappella spray-painted u.s.a. on the mosque sunday morning. they're also accused of throwing eggs at the building. both teens confessed to the crime. leaders at the mosque want the men charged with a hate crime and officers are investigating a third suspect they believe stayed in the car. >> an al qaeda leader mentions the boston marathon bombings as he calls for lone wolf attacks. the terror leader accomplishing a video on line encouraging attackers to go after the interests of the u.s. sight the marathon bombing as an example. he praised attacks by palestinians against israelis in jerusalem. >> jadiann: new numbers out in
we're going to kris anderson to break them down. >> reporter: the numbers are good for hillary clinton. increasing her lead over bernie sanders but a she faces challenges. according to a new "wall street journal" poll clinton is head 2-1, 62% to 31%. former maryland governor martin o'malley picking up 3%. the news not all good for hillary. fewer than a third of those surveyed gave her high marks for honest and straight forward. the next debate is a week from saturday. the same poll fines ben carson surging to the lead. carson's 29% followed by donald trump at 23%, marco rubio with 11% and ted cruz at 10%, jeb bush wrapping it up with 8%. that's a switch from earlier last month when donald trump was in the lead over ben carson and the others. it's the second major poll in the past several days that shows carson moving up past trump for
first place in the g.o.p. race. donald trump blasting the chairwomen of the democratic national committee in a radio interview monday. trump called debbie wasserman-schultz a terrible person, crazy and highly neurotic woman and suggested she's trying to help hillary clinton become president by limiting the number of candidates. the dnc responded saying trump may misogynistic attacks. >> jadiann: it's election day in dozens of massachusetts cities and towns. 53 communities will decide on local races. voters in boston will decide city council races and a special election is held to fill a state senate seat in the second plymouth and bristol district. today's election includes mayor races in several communities including worcester, brockton to know, quincy and weymouth. >> christa: still ahead, an officer in a local sheriff's
teen and a teen's friends get involved. >> a rope ended up going into a propeller and pulling me under. >> jadiann: she lost her arm and nearly her life in a boating accident in boston. she's telling her terrifying tale. >> christa: snowy scenes out west. the coldest air since spring moves in. >> jeremy: they can keep it. mostly sunny skies. we're going to warm things up. 30 areas early this morning and near 70 this afternoon. >> jadiann: we're staying on top of breaking news. police involved in a standoff in canton. roads blocked off and we're waiting to hear about the condition of a stabbing victim.
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winter wonderland but not here, on the west coast. the first winter storm of season brought snow and heavy wind to northern california and oregon. the kids are playing in it, having a good time. the snow was a welcome sight for ski resorts in lake at that time tahoe and areas hit by the drought. >> i have had so many people say please don't mention the snow. >> christa: watching that evokes so many emotions. >> jadiann: it's just the news, we have to do it. >> jeremy: you? i'm the meteorologist. >> rich: sorry, j.r. >> jeremy: you can go change the channel or turn down the volume but i'm here talking about it. mild pattern rolls on so we don't have snow or snowflakes in the forecast. near 70 this afternoon. weekend at this time looking dry. now, compared to yesterday morning at this time, the numbers about 10-15 degrees colder than where we were. we're down into the 30s.
30s. fitchburg 37. we have a cold start to the day but a nice recovery shaping up all day. lots of sunshine. warm, 65 to 70. now notice the blue h from the adirondacks to east of new england tomorrow. sunshine. when the blue h is over the water is allows for cooler conditions at the coastline tomorrow afternoon. the numbers will be above normal. on to thursday, the high goes south of new england and a southerly breeze will return warming things back into the upper 60s. but the southerly breeze grabs a couple of clouds and there may be sprinkles thursday afternoon. today, breezy, warm, mostly sunny skies. temps between 65 and 70. the city this afternoon at 70. norwood 70 degrees. south coast, upper 60s, merrimack valley, upper 60s to around 70 in beverly. worcester hills, 65, the cape
and chatham 65. tonight mostly clear, cool, mid 40s to around 50 in boston. tomorrow more sunshine but a couple of degrees cooler than today but still the numbers coming at us tomorrow above normal. the normal high for this time of year should be in the middle 50s. but tomorrow boston around 61. bedford at 65. this right here, this is why we have video of snow out west and warmth here in the east. with the jet stream locked in this pattern, those snowflakes will stay out west. they're not going to bother us. next week looks warm. temperatures at the end of the week upper 60s to the low 70s. friday, near record warmth. the record 74. thursday, friday, more clouds. maybe a sprinkle thursday afternoon. friday afternoon but sprinkles, we're talking sprinkles. nothing more. weekend at this time mostly sunny skies. temps on saturday upper 50s. on sunday, near 50. >> christa: i love that. did we mention the sprinkles? >> jeremy: sprinkles? we're talking about sprinkles.
time with rich kirkland now. >> rich: i'll sprinkle in a couple of crashes. 95 southbound by topsfield road. 93 a crash in methuen southbound by route 110. still not bad on 93 or route 128 out of the north shore. the expressway has been worse but it's slow as you see live, bumper-to-bumper one end to the other. the turnpike very quiet. natick and framingham, no delays. okay. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: for the first time since her accident early this year we're hearing from a young woman who lost an arm in a high profile boating accident in boston. >> christa: we all remember when that happened in may and she has come such a long way since then. cheryl fiandaca has the interview you'll see this morning on just one station. >> i was getting a football out of the water. boat.
out a rope to me and i grabbed on to get on the boat. you know, i didn't know the propeller was on. the rope ended up going into the propeller pulling me in and under. >> that's the last thing nicky berthiaume remembers before raking up in the hospital bed. >> i lost my arm. >> her life changed forever in may when she and a girlfriend accepted an invitation to go boating in boston. she says when she went into the water, the boat was anchored and off. the boat captain is now charged operation. >> yep. >> several months later it's amazing to see how far this 20-year-old has come. >> i just remember i was very stuff. but it was -- it didn't hit me until a lot later. >> the boat's propeller cut through the top of her head and her left eye socket slicing through her abdomen and both her
legs. her wounds so deep, doctors had to use hundreds of staples to close the cuts. it's hard to imagine but nicky suffered even more. >> i have radial nerve damage with this hand too so it wasn't just living life without my right arm, i have a very limited left arm. it was a lot to take? in. >> her parents say was hard to watch her struggle. >> she likes to do things by herself and sometimes it's hard to let her. so i just have to, you know, thing. >> when you look back at some of things she's doing and you say it's only been just over four months, you can't help but be proud of everything she's done. >> nicky is a fighter who faces life's challenges every day. >> everything takes ten times longer but i can still do it. it just it trial and error. >> what would you say is probably the most difficult thing for you right now?
>> probable accepting help from people because i have a rule that i have to try it at least once. if i ask for help, then i'll need help. otherwise, i want to do hard. you don't want to hurt the people that are trying to do a good thing. that's difficult for me but i'm very lucky with, you know, that i had the injuries that i did. worse. you know. things. >> nicky has already been fitted for a prosthetic arm which she expects to get sometime this month. her family and friends are planning a fundraiser to defray the cost of possible future surgeries and medical care. for more on that go to whdh.com. >> christa: nicky has plans for the future. she wants to work in the field of fitness and nutrition and tells cheryl she hopes to help people who suffer injuries just like hers.
keurig hot. >> jeremy: good morning, right now boston 47. norwood 32. cold, heading out for the morning run and during the morning commute, chilly compared to yesterday morning. heading for the upper 60s to around 70 this afternoon. england? no issues. a couple of showers through carolina, georgia and florida and light rain showers toward los angeles as well as seattle. >> christa: four teams remain
the carolina panthers improve to 7-0 in an overtime win against the colts. graham gano kicked a field goal to win. they had a 17-point lead but the colts forced overtime. panthers won 29-26. the pats, broncos and bengals are the other three undefeated teams. >> protesters crashed last night's game. two people repelled from the balcony at bank of america stadium and unfurled a banner featuring a message in opposition of bank of america. officers arrested four of those people. time to see if jadiann beat her competition in another who did it better segment. nervous? >> jadiann: yes. >> jadiann: i have. >> christa: she won the conoely the big top.
not only were we trying to learn circus acts, i'm up against two gold medal ice dancers, charley white and meryl davis. we worked with a meteor rope,ry is deadly. then we tried juggling. no one was hurt. >> christa: you had me worried. >> jadiann: no one was hurt in better. >> christa: you had a chance to vote on line. we have the results. charley and meryl won, receiving 55%. jadiann finishing with 45%. it's okay, girl, there's always next time. i told you, i love underdogs. >> jadiann: thank you. we're going to try to win it next time. i feel like i put up a good fight. >> christa: you did. >> jadiann: it was 2-1 so hard odds. >> christa: a quirky fan dance i loved. >> jadiann: you were a fan of my fan dance, thank you for that. thanks for playing with us. we've got another one coming next week. "star wars" fans pumped up for the newest installment but
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>> jadiann: following two breaking stories, shots fired in boston a man struck and killed and what we're learning about the victim. >> jadiann: breaking news in canton. police. >> christa: accused of betraying a badge. an officer from suffolk county teenager. >> jadiann: the mbta forced to make safety upgrades on commuter rail lines. the costly technology needed to keep riders safe. >> christa: justin bieber painting the town. how the pop star is leaving his mark on boston and not everybody a happy about it. >> jadiann: good morning, everyone, it's 6:30 a.m. i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: tuesday morning.
let's get you over to meteorologist jeremy reiner. how's it looking heading out the >> jeremy: a-ok. colder than yesterday morning. temps 5-15 degrees colder. norwood 32, bedford 35. orange 31. hyannis 41. dry air which cools off quick and then warms up quickly as well. mostly sunny skies. temps this afternoon heading for the upper 60s to around 70. cool off. mid 50s. more sunshine tomorrow, more mild air. more about the forecast coming up. >> jadiann: an important time for commuters to know what to expect on the roads. let's go to rich kirkland with "fast track traffic." >> rich: thank you. one of the big backups is route 93. this is route 1, slow going. 93 is bumper-to-bumper targeted in andover after 495 to boston. you always expect the expressway to be busy. it is, it's moving along so no big time headaches on the
expressway and the turnpike is okay despite low, bright sun slowing down traffic in natick and framingham. the t says it's on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: we ever three braking stories. boston police searching for the person who shot and killed a young man in dorchester last night. a 21-year-old man was found with several gunshot wounds after midnight on shepton street. police have no suspects right now. >> jadiann: breaking news on the russian plane crash in egypt. the black box revealing uncharacteristic sounds in the cockpit before the plane blew apart at high altitude. nbc news reports show a heat flash around the plane at the time of the crash but no missile trail. >> christa: breaking news in canton. >> jadiann: roads reopening after a standoff this morning. nicole oliverio is on the scene for us and can tell us what police are saying right now. >> reporter: jadiann, we can
tell you the standoff is over. the suspect was taken to a nearby hospital with serious -- what is believed to be self-inflicted injuries. the roads reopened here in canton. this all happening just after 2:00 in the morning. canton police got a call for a man stabbed. the suspect was the man's brother. apparently he lived in the home with his brother. the man who was stabbed was quickly taken to a nearby hospital. we believe it was brought to a boston hospital. at that point the suspect barricaded himself into the house. initially he was making threats at officers but then they lost communication with him. they went in to get him saying the suspect needed medical attention. he had pun tur wounds himself. it happened 20 minutes ago. the chief telling us likely the suspect will for the be arraigned today. he'll remain in the hospital. live in canton, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england."
department is off the job after finding himself on the wrong side of the law. 43-year-old jeffrey parillo was arrested for allegedly attacking a teenager in norton. he was drunk, not in uniform and carrying a gun. parillo dragged the teen out of his car and hit him after the teen questioned whether he was a police officer. police if brockton trying to figure out who fired a bullet that flew into a woman's home. shooting. investigators later found a handgun that may have been connected to the shooting. >> i have an 11-year-old who woke up to tell me she was scared. my other one ran in saying mommy, what's going on. we looked out the window and you could see the light from the guns going off. it just kept on going and going and going. >> luckily no one was hurt in the shooting. >> jadiann: the mbta plans to make safety upgrades on the
commuter rail according to the globe. the t will install technology known as positive train control on all lines that don't have it. it's designed to prevent crashes by automatically slowing trains on certain stretches of track. the project costs more than $450 million and will be paid for in part with a loan from the federal government. it could mean weekend shutdowns on some lines starting in march 2017 and continuing to 2018. they kept expect it to be complete in 2020. >> a mother helped track down two men accused of selling heroin to her son who died of an overdose. the man's mother provided a key tip in that case. that information helped officers conduct an undercover drug buy which eventually led to those arrests. three puppies stolen from a kennel in hollisston have been returned.
the kennel sharing this picture. they're all in good health. an synonymous tip helped find the puppies in a house in plainville. one person will face burglary and larceny charges. >> jadiann: two major movie chains stepping up safety ahead of "star wars." costumes are aloud but they've banned masks, face paint and simulated weapons. cinemark -- i think this is not allow line sabres. i need a correction on that. this is in light of several shootings in movie theaters. "star wars" opens on december 18th. >> christa: still ahead, justin bieber making news here in boston. why the pop star's artwork in jamaica plain is getting attention from a local lawmaker. >> jadiann: is this a giant meteor streaking across the sky, turning it bright colors? we'll see coming up.
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>> jadiann: justin bieber drawing inspiration from graffiti artists, including one in boston. the biebs commissioned art to help promote his new album. >> christa: one piece popped up on a pizza place in jamaica plain. not everybody is loving it. boston city councilor matt o'malley is introducing and emergency ordinance prohibiting graffiti inspired by bieber. he said it was a joke but some people to come offense. >> he's not my cup of tea. most people understood i was trying to make a funny joke but there were some very passionate "bliebers" out there. my irish sarcasm prompted me to tweet it out. >> song titles off bieber's album were spray-painted in cities around the world and it appears in boston he's got a lot of followers as well. >> jadiann: one way to do it, i guess.
next, the day's top stories, including several breaking news stories we're working on. >> reporter: a young man shot and killed in dorchester. police are searching for a suspect. we'll have more coming up. >> christa: police in hopkinton investigating toxic items handed out to kids on halloween. >> jadiann: why nick leahy could go from boy band to marijuana mogul. stay with us, everyone. welcome, to the simply orange tour. this is our plant.
>> overnight, roads blocked after a stabbing leads to a standoff in canton. >> a deadly shooting in dorchester. police searching for a suspect. >> new developments in the plane crash in egypt. what we're learning from the cockpit recorder. >> toxic treats handed out in one local town. parents want to know who is responsible. >> "know and go" time here. 6:44 on your tuesday. we have your top stories coming at you. >> jadiann: we start with traffic and weather. let's get over to jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: a mild pattern rolling on, near 70 this afternoon. more like early october. weekend is looking dry. compared to yesterday morning at this time it's colder than yesterday morning. so it's that time of year where it's a little bit tricky with the wardrobe because you layer up. by noon and throughout the afternoon, off go the outer layers.
the city 47, norwood 32. jaffrey and orange lower 30s. high pressure with us for the day so a lot of sunshine across southern new england. really even tomorrow as well. the high goes from here adirondacks to east of new england tomorrow so plenty of sun tomorrow. the difference, though, is with the blue h over the water it can allow cooler air to get to the coastline with temps tomorrow afternoon low 60s. still above normal for metro boston. thursday the high dips south of new england setting up a southerly flow. warm and more moisture. increasing clouds thursday afternoon and a couple of thursday. looking great for taco tuesday, between 65 and 70. lakeville 68. even if you want to have pizza, a great day. amesbury 68. worcester hills, middle 60s, pushburg and worcester. the cape and the islands, mid 60s. a lot of clouds thursday afternoon, friday afternoon,
maybe a few sprinkles. weekend at this time dry, cooler on sunday for the patriots game. >> christa: things picking up on the roadways, rich kirkland is here with the info. >> jadiann: the biggest backups are 93 where we are now. one of the reasons, accidents, plural. a three-car crash on 93 southbound at dascomb road. heavy traffic extends to route 3 in rockland. downtown traffic filling in but things are all right. the tobin was backed up early and still there. the t says on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you. we're following several breaking stories. we start in canton where a standoff with a stabbing suspect has just come to an end. >> christa: the roads were sought down all morning and they're starting to reopen. let's get the latest from nicole oliverio. >> reporter: if you are traveling here in canton, all of washington street has reopened. this as the standoff ended about
45 minutes ago. canton police say this started at about 2:00 this morning for reports of a stabbing. the suspect apparently stabbed his brother inside their washington street home. when police arrived, the victim ran out. he was transported to a nearby hospital then taken to a boston hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. it was at that point we're told the suspect barricaded himself inside the home. he initially made threats to police and then police say they lost contact with him. eventually officers went in with the assistance of other nearby towns and s.w.a.t. team. they say they realized at that point the suspect had some injuries. >> when we responded, we found one male with a puncture wound in his chest from a knife. the injuries are serious but not life-threatening. we were able to take one party into custody who was also injured and being transported to
the hospital now. >> reporter: it's believed the suspect's injuries are possibly self-inflicted. it's unclear exactly what led to the stabbing. the chief of police only saying there was some sort of argument between the two brothers before the stabbing happened. live in canton, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: a busy morning of breaking news and in boston, police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened there. here's jennifer eagan. we understand a young man was shot several times in this case. >> that's right. police walked up and down the street looking for possible evidence. midnight. officers responded here to the streets in dorchester. they found a 21 man with multiple gunshot wounds. he did not survive his injuries. near the scene. they talked to that person but information. right now police don't have a suspects. anyone with any information is
a 21-year-old man was shot and killed just after midnight on the corner of shepton and denver streets. boston police released crime statistics yesterday. it appears this is the 32nd homicide in the city this year. jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: breaking news in the russian plane crash in egypt. kris anderson joins us with more on what maybe they found in the black boxes. >> reporter: transcripts from the cockpit recorder show the uncharacteristic sounds were heard in the cockpit before the plane vanished from the radar. according to a russian news outlet, the crew was never mentioning anything that was out of the ordinary nor did they make a distress call. u.s. officials say they are ruling out a surface to air missile attack. according to nbc news, infrared satellite images show a heat flash around the plane but no missile trail. all 224 people onboard were killed.
news desk, kris anderson, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: police in hopkinton search for the person who handed out toxic treats on halloween. kids were given toilet bowl cleaner in the candy bag. >> reporter: good morning. police in several communities have investigations on their hands after halloween. here in hopkinton they want to find who is responsible for putting poison inside children's halloween candy that they brought home with them after trick-or-treating. in hopkinton police are trying to find the person who gave toilet bowl cleaner to a pair of children. the cleaner was wrapped in white paper. the parents of a 6-year-old and a 14-year-old reported finding the cleaner mixed in with the candy. according to police the children were not together during trick or treat. neither child ate the cleaner. parents in hudson, new hampshire found a loose razor blade in
the child was getting candy in the area of elmwood village saturday night. no one was injured. police in both communities continue their investigation and they urge all parents to always check your children's halloween candy. live in hopkinton, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: new details about the everett high school football player who was stabbed trying to help out a friend. doctors say 16-year-old marvens fedna has been upgraded from critical to fair condition and is expected to make a full recovery. his brother tells the "herald" his brother is talking and moving all of his limbs. he was stabbed hours after leading his team to a win. investigators are looking at surveillance video from near the crime scene. >> it was a harmless prank. >> i apologize. it won't happen again. >> two men from burlington this morning charged with malicious
allegedly vandalizing the islamic center in burlington. derrik demone and cameron cappella spray-painted u.s.a. on the mosque sunday morning and are accused of throwing eggs at the building. police say both teens confessed to the crime. leaders of the mosque want the men charged with a a hate crime. officers are investigating a third suspect who might have stayed in the car. >> an al qaeda leader mention the marathon bombing. he published a video encouraging attackers to go after the interests of america sight the marathon as an example. the praised attacks by palestinians against israelis in jerusalem. >> new numbers out in the race for the white house today. hillary clinton has increased her lead over bernie sanders. according to a new nbc news, "wall street journal" poll
marvin, 62% to 31. former maryland governor, martin o'malley 3%. ben carson surged into the lead. 29% is followed by donald trump at 23%. marco rubio, ted cruz and jeb bush are all far behind. this is the second major poll in the past several days that shows carson moving past donald trump. donald trump is blasting the chairwomen of the democratic national committee. in a radio interview he called debby wasserman schults a terrible person, crazy and a highly neurotic woman. those are his quotes. he suggested she's trying to help hillary clinton become president. the dnc responded trump made misogynistic attacks. >> jadiann: jeb bush begins his three-day jeb can fix it bus tour in new hampshire today. the first two events will be a
house party hosted by former senator scott brown and a town hall in raymond. bush will hold events across the state tomorrow and thursday. it's election day in dozens of massachusetts cities and towns. 53 communities go to the polls to decide on local races. city council races and a special election to fill a state senate seat in the second plymouth and drills district. the election includes mayor races in worcester, brockton, quincy and weymouth. polls open at 7:00 a.m. >> christa: new details on the keystone pipeline project. the company behind the project asked the state department to suspend its review. transcanada needs more time to work with nebraska on the best route through the state. the move comes before the obama administration was expected to reject the plan. >> jadiann: scary moments on a road in alaska due to slippery
and california. the first winter-like storm of the season brought snow, rain and heavy winds. there was quite a sight in thailand a meteor streaked over the country monday lighting up the night sky. the thai astronomical society confirmed the object was a meteor. >> christa: pop star nick lachey hopes people in ohio will vote to legalize marijuana today because he will rake in some big bucks if they do. the cincinnati native co-owns one of ten farms that would be used to grow marijuana and supply the marijuana shops. those farms could sell more than a billion dollars worth of pot each year. >> jadiann: ben affleck is filming a movie in boston. he's directing and starring in live by night, based on the novel by a dorchester native.
its sets in the prohibition era. affleck will play a character that works with the mobsters. >> christa: snoopy getting a star on the hollywood walk of fame. charlie brown's pet is the first animated beagle to receive the honor. it's next to charles schultz. the creator of peanuts. the new movie debuts on friday. we love the great pumpkin. moving on to charlie brown christmas. >> jadiann: they were playing that music during a break earlier. always gets you in the spirit. j.r., looks like it's warm out there. >> jeremy: right now 30s. boston at 47. plymouth 37. norwood 34. through the day, mostly sunny skies. warming up. close to 70 this afternoon. tomorrow much the same, although they coastline, low 60s. mid 60s inland. there may be more clouds thursday afternoon, friday afternoon from the clouds. the occasional sprinkle is about it. >> christa: enjoy those temps, and have a great morning. i'm christa delcamp.
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