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of transgroup took a cell fell and took video. >> i didn't think i was going to make it. a lot of other people didn't think i was going to make it. thankful uc davis, they did a great job. >> stone says he is stuck in his house and looking forward to getting back to the gym. >> kurt shilling asked to testify about his failed video game company. if schillings doesn't agree she will request a subpoena. agreed to move company 38 studios after receiving a 75 million dollar loan guarantee filing for bankruptcy two years later.
against hockey player -- this wasn't enough evidence and the woman didn't want to move forward with criminal prosecution. kaine claims he did nothing wrong. senate senate committee will look into pricing of patent drugs. also ns gaiting secureli's purchase purchase. young boy dead. police chased and officers hit the driver and his son. police haven't said they were chasing that man.
determine where those shots came from. was it a bystander, driver, bullets from the city marshal? that i can't confirm. what i can confirm the child was shot and the child is dead. >> officials haven't identified the officers involved in the shooting. caught on camera, florida burglar crashing through a restaurant ceiling. awkward dine and dash caught on camera. >> reporter: boy did he miscalculate where the office is located. ceiling tiles and debris come crashing down. that wasn't the real show. the suspect himself came throughout ceiling then this man identified 30-year-old justin speak. that is the suspect trying to
run for it. patrons held him for police. >> they came throughout police. >> reporter: staff called 911 though she didn't have a clear view of what was going on. customers and employees heard noise coming from the ceiling. you can see them all looking up. >> manager was on the phone with 911 dispatch. guy falls throughout ceiling on a patron. >> reporter: grimes cut a hole and trying to crawl throughout office. instead he wound up in the ceiling over the dining area and got him and got right back to business replacing ceiling tiles. the story remains supreme. grimes is now in jail. iowa student admitting he
the video but never expected this on the ride home from school knocked to the floor by his bus driver. now the 15 year old is sharing what happened. last thursday this video shows he was attacked by his bus driver. he admits he wasn't sitting where he was supposed to. >> bus driver asked me to move and i said no. >> reporter: the driver stopped the bus and approached him. >> i threw a book at him, i came, he pulled me by my ear and i punched him. he told me pun me again, i dare
i didn't want to so i told him no. then he lost his temper for some reason. >> reporter: the driver through him to the floor. he could then be heard unleashing on another student. >> sit down. >> i want -- mad, angry, scared. >> has he been mean to you before at all? >> no. he has been mean -- he has been mean to other students. >> reporter: school spokeswoman said there have been no complaints about the driver. >> any complaints about him before? >> no. none we are aware of. >> reporter: there had been another parent complaint a week earlier. the district should have acted on that complaint. >> we are aware at least one parent complained about his
several of the other kids talk about angry outbursts and not taking those seriously created this situation. >> reporter: school district said the driver remains on administrative leave. dozens of protesters crowded nbc headquarters their mission to stop donald trump from hosting "saturday night live." nbc removed trump as the host following his comments about mexican immigrants. protesters want "saturday night boot. >> i think what donald trump continues to say about immigrants is deceitful and insulting. "saturday night live" should not try to make fun of what donald trump said. >> members are expected to
starbucks drive-thru is taking orders with cell phone. barista realized she was hearing impaired, she turned on the screen to help communicate with her. >> that is great, isn't it? >> helping her out, that is okay. >> you have to have your starbucks, or dunkin' donuts. still ahead, why this massachusetts teacher is getting a whole lot of attention. >> too much to swallow. dog biting off more than she could chew in montana. >> a flight of a lifetime two men equipped with jet packs flying along an airliner. >> a child found more than 10 years and who had him this
>> photo posted online -- friendly photo shared thousands of times on facebook. >> former students of the teacher come forward after he helped transform their lives. >> fairly tough with two kids finishing school. >> she dropped out of school at 17 >> i kept giving up. he kept pushing me saying i can do it.
mr. guy, central high school teacher in springfield will do anything helping not just kimmy lopez but also students like hideliza gonzales at 15 having her seco child at a jr. >> he started following her to make sure she made it through school. >> i was living off my bags in springfield house to house >> you are silly, come on. run. there were times i was wearing the same clothes two days, as long as i was going to school and my kids had what they needed i was happy. >> reporter: he works with the reengagement program to bring them to class and the finish line to graduation.
wouldn't be where i am. >> reporter: working late nights -- leading them in the right direction for them and their future. >> i want my kids to see me as their hero. i graduated for them. >> tiesha is working towards being an ultra sound technician and hidealisa is working full time and in an apartment with her kids. wild scene as a skunk shows off his skills in front of an audience. >> wow, what is that? that. when does the cold move in >> all new at 5:00, a connection with a murder mystery, fbi combing for clues in the death of this woman. >> a deadly plane crash in new
>> a skunk in arizona showing offhand sanding skills, arizona national park shared this footage. that hand stand is actually part of the skunks defense mechanism. if you see them doing a hand stand, run. >> some people like the smell, >> who? >> they enjoy the smell of it. i don't know. >> they bottle it up and make it
>> i have seen skunks do it. that was really adept. usually they keep the back feet down. that was straight up. give it an a. or 10, whatever. boston, today 76 for a high, waltham 75, concord, 74. trifecta. wrentham 72 millis 72. southwest wind will be cooler across southeast mass tomorrow. we are not talking mid 70s plymouth or new bedford. fog creeps back into the picture and with us throughout night and patches all around boston because our temperatures are mild and dew points jumping up.
early november, craziness. dew points low 50s portsmouth and nashua, 56 . dew points higher, moisture up. notice when they start off, anywhere from middleboro down into taunton and new bedford. out to the cape, bloom, they grow into a steadier shower of all out rain on the seashore. we'll see more of that grow and decay as we go throughout course of the evening. nothing too heavy. might get a decent shower out of the the band that ripples through. south of brockton and quincey chances. warm front cleared. clearing is a different matter. we'll get sunset for a few hours. here we are in the morning on
the warmth and the wind. gusts up to 30 miles an hour out f the southwest, keeps us cooler along the water's edge and south facing beaches. starts off in the berkshires. one more day in the 70s, again your warm is boston up into the merrimack valley. vulnerable record, worcester's 70. there is your seven on seven forecast. those are the highs around 50 gusting at times over 20-25.
do you have nose bleed tickets. i'll see you at 5:00. >> thanks, pete. check of the ride home. making your way down to route 185. we are getting word of a serious crash along route 185 southbound by route 44. also along route 44 by route 185. watch for the delays. looks like 93 and route 24 moving along well south of town.
making your way out to the newton area heading through 128. after that spot it eases up. i am joe stapleton. a dog ended up with a 14 inch stuck in the dog's throat. >> reporter: for this puppy, eating was a pain. >> every time we fed willow, she would yelp. >> we said it would be great if i could grab it and pull it out.
with an endoscope. >> doctors carefully wigged it free. >> wild, crazy, shocking. >> willow is recovering getting back to her old self. she is not out of the woods just yet. >> it wasn't a broom stick. it would catch on the esophagus. >> reporter: it will take weeks, maybe months of healing. no one involved will ever forget willow. >> vet bills total more than $5,000. in the news room, 7 news.
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by playing the piano during the ceremony. >> i love that story. it is fun. memories. to have that story. crazy. much more to come in the next 90 minutes. >> 7 news at 5:00 starts now. fbi agents back on the scene of an unsolved murder in new hampshire. suspect. >> more clouds tomorrow, may find a record. >> on the road to recovery, big step for an everett teenager stabbed trying to stop an attack. talking security in the united states. >> family of an alabama child who disappeared 13 years ago,
living the last decade. >> 7 news at 5:00 starts now. >> breaking news first at 5:00, man arrested in mansfield after a violent confrontation with a woman and her baby. she called police saying the man went after her with a knife. >> here now with the details. >> reporter: it was a scary scene inside a mansfield apartment complex earlier this afternoon. this man, david brock went after a woman and baby with her knife. victim able to escape on to a balcony calling 911 for help. they arrested the 27-year-old suspect inside the apartment. detectives found two knives hidden inside the tank of a toilet. victim and baby not injured. tonight the suspect faces two