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>> jadiann: breaking news in france. new pictures show police in paris carrying out a raid on terror targets. two suspects were killed. 7 arrested. officials believe the possible mastermind in friday's attack may have been inside the apartment targeted. >> christa: a very scary prospect, indeed. police believe they may have been planning another attack. we are live in paris with the latest. >> reporter: and it wasn't just a suicide bomber. apparently, forces say that the people inside that apartment came at the police with such force that right now, they are actually having to comb through d.n.a. to see if, in fact, that ringleader of
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isis who planned out the paris attacks was killed in that early morning raid. a silent night shattered by gunshots and explosions in the paris suburb. police swarmed two apartments there on the hunt for this man. abdelhamid abaaoud. the ringleader of last week's terrorist attacks. bullets. the light of the laser pointing our way. really, it was explosions. you feel the building shaking. >> reporter: a woman was dead after blowing herself up. the cnn affiliate adds another suspect was killed by a police sniper. the raid came apparently, in the knick of time. reportedly, thwarting another attack. >> i would like to give my sincere congratulations to the police involved in the raid courageous way. in the framework of this >> reporter: president francois hollande shows the
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raid shows this country is, in fact, at war. >> war against terrorism. which itself has decided to bring war to us. the state of emergency to extend for three months. meanwhile, in the skies above syria, french and russian air strikes continue. one monitoring group saying at least 33 terrorists have been killed there in the last three days. >> reporter: sweden announced today it was raising its terror alert level to a four. it only goes up to a five. this is well beyond citijust the city of lights. back to you. >> christa: all right, thank you. also breaking right now: the islamic state releasing a used to wring down that
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russian plane over the skies of egypt. >> jadiann: they said the attack was to avenge russia's air campaign against the group in syria. >> reporter: russian officials confirm it was a bomb that brought down a russian airliner in egypt. isis releasing a photo of the homemade bomb hidden in the front part of the plane. concealed inside a drink can. the picture posted in an isis magazine. and the suspect who carried out the attack now believed to be insideers who worked at the egypt airport. photos of the passports are right there in the middle. this information confirming what british and american intelligence said a few days after e crash. that it was most likely a bomb that caused it. concern now shifting to the u.s.. recent government testing showed tsa screeners at some airports failed to detect bombs and weapons 95% of the time. u.s. authorities say until
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bomb was made out of, people could be at risk. all people aboard that russian airliner were killed. >> jadiann: david ortiz making it official. announcing this will be his last season playing in the mlb. >> i'm very thankful for having fans like you guys who support me through my career. i wish i could play another 40 years. so i have you gus behind me. but it doesn't work that way. time is up. >> jadiann: honest words there. the sox slugger tweeted out this video. he says playing for a team is like being part of a family. big papi hopes to be remembered as someone who not only did his best on the field but was good to everyone around him. the red sox owner released a statement in part that said for his teammates, he has been one of the constant force, underpinning what it means to play for this organization and making it fun. he has been the one consistent
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force behind three world champion himself is, lifting all of us on his broad shoulders. exactly when we needed it. >> christa: a passenger going before a judge in east boston today. state police escorted her that you have airliner yesterday afternoon saying that she was drunk and unruly. nicole oliverio has more. >> reporter: a british airways flight lands at logan. passengers forced to wait on the tarmac as they remove an unruly passenger. state police say the woman was drunk when she tried to open a door on her flight from london with three hours left before the plane landed in boston. allegedly wrestled with the woman, trying to tie her to her seat with seat belts and plastic handcuffs. >> at first, i thought she was having a panic attack. then i thought she might even
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it took about six steward ess to keep him down. >> the crew was professional. the troopers were professional. to us, it didn't seem like it was a big deal. we understand it is a heightened time of security right now. >> reporter: the woman is 32 years old from poland. she faces charges of interference with a flight crew. in east boston, 7 news. >> jadiann: a halifax man heads to court facing charges he stabbed a woman to death. the 32-year-old was arrested late tuesday by state police. halifax police observed the woman's body wrapped in a blanket. located inside the man's home. >> christa: philip chism decides to return to court for his murder trial. the teen accused of raping and killing his high school math teacher. and here is victoria warren. she is in salem with the latest on what happened today. >> reporter: yeah. christa, a lot of things still trial.
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the day started with fill lyme chism saying he wouldn't return to the courtroom. the judge was questioning him. and trying to make arrangements to honor that request when the teen suddenly changed his mind and said he would go through the proceedings. he sat through very difficult testimony. including the last video evidence of colleen ritzer alive. 16-year-old philip chism with his head down, address it is court for the first time since the start of his murder trial. the teen murder suspect stood to answer the judge's questions. this comes after chism refused to come into the courtroom on tuesday. the court officers say they heard him saying he couldn't take it anymore. chism started wednesday, saying he no longer wanted to be in the kroochlt.
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what you want to do. >> reporter: but then a sudden change of mind after the judge pointed out that chism would give up a constitutional right to confront his accusers. >> you want to give up that right to be president, to be here to confront, see the witnesses. see the cross examination. do you want to be present? do you want to be present during the trial? >> reporter: chism once again, sat quietly. prosecutors wheeled in the recycling bin chism is accused of placing ritzer's body in and showed jurors colleen's shoes that were found behind the high school. then the jury saw the last video evidence of the young math teacher alive. she leaves her classroom and walks into a bathroom. the prosecutors say philip chism soon walked in after her. prosecutors say colleen ritzer and philip chism were inside of the path room at danvers high school for 11 minutes. live in salem, victoria warren,
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7 news. >> jadiann: an 11-year-old girl is being hailed a hero after a close call. firefighters say she saved her family from what could have been a deadly situation. nick emmons has the story. snick >> reporter: yeah. that family really happy. the 11-year-old girl jumped into action and did the right thing. the fire department saying she did the right thing by getting everyone inside their home outside. a family lucky to be alive after an odorless, silent scare in this nashua, new hampshire home. >> we are not really sure what really happened. >> are you thankful everybody is okay now? >> yup. very thankful. >> reporter: then the 11-year-old knew something was wrong when her sister, mom, and grandparents felt dizzy and sick. she told her dad to get
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everyone outside. when firefighters arrived, they discovered the carbon monoxide inside the home was at a potentially deadly level. >> the gas valve on this unit... >> a faulty furnace was the cause. it was long overdue for an inspection. >> this one hasn't seen any attention for a good 15 years. remember, co is not detectable. you could be sleeping. the next thing you know, nobody is waking up. >> reporter: thankfully, that was not the case in this particular case. everyone was taken to the hospital to be checked out. i spoke to the family today. it appears everybody is doing fine. they are staying at a family friend's house. the fire department says this is an example of people who need to go out and it is a reminder to get carbon monoxide detectors. because they can save lives.
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that was working properly. nick emmons, 7 news. >> christa: a live look now. here you see. it is sunny but very cool. in the neighborhood. here is jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: mostly sunny skies. boston at 46. plymouth, 48. norwood, 50 degrees. jaffrey and orange, lower 40's. there are a few more clouds out through western new england. they spent the morning in connecticut and western massachusetts. they are starting to crawl into the worcester hills. as there will be in the northeast, they are beginning to break apart. for the afternoon, we will start out the afternoon with lots of sunshine. we will see some of those clouds begin to show up. especially in the worcester hills and the city of boston. holding on to the sunshine for the remainder of the day. it is a cool afternoon. temps between 45-50. the city this afternoon, 48. nashua at 47. tomorrow, a lot of clouds. but not as chilly with showers arriving tomorrow evening. temperatures tomorrow in the mid-50's. we will talk more about the showers in a few minutes.
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>> christa: right now some breaking news in dighton. this is just coming into our newsroom. there is an active death investigation going on. crime scene officials are at that site. you see it off of this dirt road. they also have some crime scene tape there off the wooded area. we will continue to take a look at this situation and bring you any new information as we get it right here. >> jadiann: more news today. two people are cuffed and in custody after a bullet hits the window of an apartment building in quincy. now, this is the shattered window of the fourth floor on hancock street last night. no one was hurt. officials at the army reserve center in worcester now say all security measures were in place and working during last weekend's break-in. a sporxperson tell it is worcester telegram the alarm system went off at the time of the theft. he says now they are looking into it. ten hand gurns and six rifles were stolen. the governor says the bidding was under construction which made it more vulnerable. crews respond to a large fire and apartment building in worcester.
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a.m. on pleasant street. >> christa: now the race for the white house. tonight, donald trump makes a campaign stop out in worcester. it is his biggest event yet. here in massachusetts. and there are no more tickets left for this rally. it is being held at the dcu center. as trump rallies in worcester, fellow g.o.p. candidate jeb bush will host a house party in bedford, new hampshire. carly fiorina will campaign in the granite state today. she is meeting with veterans and having a town hall meeting in keene. >> jadiann: coming up next, a father teaching his son an terror in paris. the message questioning attention around the world. off. for one bride to be.
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>> jeremy: good afternoon. for the afternoon, lots of sunshine. another cool afternoon. weather system on the way tomorrow brings clouds tomorrow and then i think some rain tomorrow night. also bringing some milder air. whoa. that was cold this morning. norwood had a low of 16. boston, 31. we haven't been that cold in about a month. it is our coldest tenture of this month in november. back on october 19, we also had a low of 31. worcester, 30 this morning. orange, 16. into the 40's with the sunshine. the city at 46. norwood at 50 degrees. bedford, 49. a bit of a shock to the system. when you look at the first half of the month. a lot of our morning temperatures have been 40's and 50's. which is above normal. only over the last five mornings have we seen lows into the teens, 20's and 30's. that is actually where we
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again, november starting out, at least the first 15 days, our third warmest start in the month of november. unreal. so things will settle down a little bit, though. i don't think we will have continued warmth like. that this weather system over here now genering clouds and showers through the great lake states. that will bring in some milder air. that is on the move. more so tomorrow night than tomorrow. today, sunny skies. tonight, clouds on the increase. here is that weather system getting closer to us. even at 2:00 tomorrow afternoon, rain still west of boston. pittsfield. that system quickly zips through southern new england tomorrow night and early at one time, i thought friday hours. now i think the rain moves out of here by about 8:00 or 9:00. then we see clearing skies during the day on friday. friday is salvageable. turning into a nice afternoon. and a mild afternoon as well. with temperatures on friday heading for the upper 50's. so again, we should be around 51 today.
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just below that today. tomorrow, a lotle of clouds, middle 50's. on friday, up toward 60 degrees. the numbers take a step back as we work toward the weekend. tonight, partly cloudy. not as cold tonight. evening temps near 40. then actually, i think the numbers will climb overnight tonight and reach the middle 40's by tomorrow morning. and then through the day tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies. showers very late in the day. again, i think at noon, they are still well west of worcester. eventually, they show up in the worcester hills by 3:00 or 4:00. still of boston, not until 5:00 p.m. a burst of rain tomorrow night. most towns a half an inch of rain. developing sunshine on friday. nice mild day. thanks, j.r. still ahead, for women about to get married, it would be devastating. one woman found a colorful way to cope with the rejection. >> christa: a little boy his dad.
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>> christa: a father teaching his son a lesson of peace. and it is caught on camera. he is doing this in the aftermath of the terror attacks in paris. the terror attacks in paris touching even the littlest of
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lives. (speaking french) >> reporter: little boy named brandon and by a french reporter about the terrorist attacks. the child clearly troubled by what happened. but this dad is able to find words of comfort for his son. explaining the outpouring of support in such a beautiful
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(speaking french) >> jadiann: this viral video got so many comments of support that the dad of little brandon posted on social media that that support means a lot to him and he is proud to be french and proud of his fellow countrymen. >> christa: up next, not exactly a wedding. one bride to be celebrated in her wedding dress. >> jadiann: can the bruins defend their home ice?
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>> jadiann: just days before her wedding, he fiance calls it all off. >> christa: for most brides to be, this would be devastating. this woman from tampa found a colorful way to cope. call it sweet revenge. after a two-year engage, kiley planned to put on this dress
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>> i got a text message saying he didn't want to marry me. i just kind of went numb. my maid of honor and my mom and my family and friends helped me call people and just let them know the wedding was over. it was to devastating. >> christa: she decided to do something drastic. she and her bridesmaids destroyed their dresses during the color fun-fest in tampa over the weekend. >> it was actually very liberating. i don't want a pity party. i want to have fun with it. >> christa: she went on stage. she clearly never would have done this had the wedding happened. >> i wanted to keep my drets or alter it or do something new with it. i definitely didn't want to destroy it. >> christa: she wants others to see her story and gain strength of her own. as for her former fiance in. >> i want to tell him thank you for sparing me anything, you know, heartaches down the road and thank you for letting
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you know? >> christa: the support she is getting from friend and family is keeping her happy for now. >> christa: she says thank you for sparing me heartache down the road. i'll take it now instead of later, please. >> jadiann: better now than later. the old cliche. >> christa: a sign of things to come. the state where they are dealing with a foot of snow. a teen on trial for the murder of his high school math to the courtroom after
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>> christa: new pictures show police in paris carrying out a raid on terror targets. two suspects were killed and 7 arrests in the 7-hour siege. officials believe the possible mastermind in friday's horrific attack may have been inside the apartment that was targeted in that raid. police believe members of this cell were planning yet another attack. richard engel has the latest. >> reporter: amateur video captured the heavy gunfire when elite french forces raided an apartment outside paris this morning. the main target, officials say, was the alleged mastermind of the paris attacks. as the raid began, a woman in the apartment blew up a suicide vest. police ordered residents to stay inside. anyone who approached was told in no uncertain terms, to back away. neighbors, many of them muslim
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police and searched. we stopped a man rushing down the street. he said in arabic, he witnessed the whole thing. >> i saw the raid. 20 cars passed by here. then five minutes later, the shooting started, he said. "you heard the gunfire"? i asked? "i saw it with my eyes," he said. neighbors say this is the apartment where the raid targets were holed up. the main target was abdelhamid abaaoud, the mastermind behind the paris attacks. a belgian national. he had gone to syria to join isis. as day was breaking, the raids seemed to be winding down. but then several explosions echoed through the streets. it's common in situations like this for police to use grenades or small charges in order to set off booby traps that the suspects may have set
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police here remained on edge. aggressively to search the neighborhood. they are taking no chances. area. they say the raid is over. but france's president francois hollande says this country is now at war with isis and calls for more cooperation, more countries to cooperate internationally to come up with a cohesive strategy to fight the group. >> christa: also this hour, the islamic state released a photo of the bomb that they say was used to bring down that russian plane in egypt. >> jadiann: they said the attack was to avenge russia's air campaign against isis in syria. confirming it was a bomb that brought down a russian airliner in egypt. isis releasing a photo of the homemade bomb that was hidden in the front part of the plane. concealed inside a drink can. that is a picture of it right there on the right. the suspect who carried out
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the attacks, now believed to be insiders who worked at the egypt airport. right in the middle. this information confirming that british and american intelligence said just a few days after the crash that it was most likely a bomb that caused it. the concern now shifting to the u.s.. recent government testing shows tsa screeners at some airports failed to detect state explosives and weapons 95% of the time. u.s. authorities say until they know exactly what the bomb was made out of, u.s. aviation could be at risk. all 224 people onboard that russian airliner were killed. i'm cheryl fiandaca, 7 news. >> christa: david ortiz making it official. announcing this will be his last season playing in major league baseball. >> i'm very thankful for having fans like you guys who support me through my career. i wish i could play another 40
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so i have you guys behind me, but it doesn't work that way. and time is up. >> christa: the red sox dh tweeted out this video. he says playing for a team really is like being part of a family. big papi hopes to be remembered as someone who not did his best out on the field but was good to everyone around him. and the red sox owner john henry released a statement that said this. "for his teammates, he has been the one constant force underpinning what it means to play for this organization and making it fun." for the fans, he has been one consistent force behind three world championshipses, lifting all of us on his broad shoulders exactly when we needed it." >> jadiann: breaking news now. sky 7 hd bringing us video over dighton right now. there is a death investigation going on as we speak. we know crime scene officials are at the site right now. you see them on the ground. you see the crime scene tape.
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outside the wooded area. we are just getting these details into the newsroom. we will bring you updates as soon as we get them. >> christa: a halifax man charges he stabbed a woman to death. the 32-year-old was arrested late tuesday by state police. observed the woman's body wrapped in a blanket. locatedded at his home. >> jadiann: philip chism is accuseled of killing his math teacher at danvers high school. yesterday he refused to return to the courtroom. victoria warren had been following the story and has the latest. 16-year-old philip chism cuffed with his head down, addresses the court for the first time since the start of his murder trial. the teen murder suspect stood tall, using a softspoken voice to answer the judge's questions. this comes after chism refused
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to come into the courtroom tuesday. the court officers say they heard him saying he couldn't take it anymore. chism started wednesday saying he no longer wanted to be in the courtroom. >> i want to make sure this is what you want to do. >> reporter: but then a sudden change of mind after the judge pointed out that chism would be giving up a constitutional right to confront his accusers. >> do you want to give up that right to be present and be here to confront, see the witnesses and see the cross examination? >> no. >> do you want to be present? do you want to be present during the trial? >> reporter: chism once again, sat quietly. prosecutors wheeled in the recycling bin chism is accused of placing colleen ritzer's body in and showed jurors colleen's shoes found behind the high school. then the jury saw the last video evidence of the young math teacher alive. she leaves her classroom and walks into a bathroom. prosecutors say philip chism
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according to prosecutors, colleen ritzer and philip chism were inside of that bathroom in danvers high school for only 11 minutes. in salem, victoria warren, 7 news. now turning to the weather. boston skyline. a beautiful day. a little deceiving, though, j.r. sunny but pretty cool. >> jeremy: yeah, correct. boston at 46. we started the day at 1. we are making some in-roads through the 40's. norwood at 50 degrees. worcester, 44. a full more clouds back through the worcester hills. western massachusetts. these will crawl east through the worcester hiltion. a fair amount of sunshine. we will need it. it is going to be cool to spread all that sunshine. nice late fall day, though. hardly any wind out there. if you can position yourself just right, not too bad. boston, 48 this afternoon. nashua, 47. out on the cape, temps in the 50's. tomorrow, not as cool. a lot of clouds. middle 50's.
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a few isolated showers very late in the day. more likely tomorrow night from this weather system. we will talk more about that in a few minutes. >> christa: a man from beverly accused of trying to kill his estranged wife. appearing in court. the 45-year-old axel shearer was charged with attempted murder and strangulation. he claims that his wife took $200,000 from their joint bank account and apparently, tried hide it from him. he will be in court on november 24. the attack happened monday night in beverly: police say that shearer entered a home on penny lane and tried to strangle his estranged wife and later reported to police he had killed her. taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. >> jadiann: a vermont toddler died in a car crash after the mother failed to put him in a proper safety seat. sympathy for a mother who
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tragically under this type of circumstance. the message is that the law will hold every parent accountable for not properly securing their children. yard is the mother pled not guilty to involuntary manslaughter among many other felony charges. >> christa: the trial of nathaniel kibby, he is accused of kidnapping and raping a new hampshire teenager for several months back in 2014. a judge has denied the request to remove the prosecuteor in the case. kibby's attorneys wanted the prosecutor removed because kibby is also accused of threatening her. however, prosecutors said it had nothing to do with the case and the judge agreed with that. kibby's attorneys also asked the judge to throw out more than 50 pieces of evidence, including jail phone conversations and a laptop, and guns allegedly taken from his home. a decision on that evidence will be made during a later court date. >> jadiann: disturbing developments in an unsolved murder case in new hampshire
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police released new images of four people found in metal drums. at a new hampshire state park investigators say they have determined when the victims were killed. they have also discovered that three of the victims are police hoping the new information will generate new leads in the case. >> these four people would have been together in the last two weeks to approximately three months of their lives. people before. they know. >> jadiann: investigators are performing more d.n.a. testing relationship between the four victims. >> christa: a high school principal in maine is off the allegations. student for sex. fired the high school principal during a public hearing on monday. the student claims he propositioned her on the first day of school. police also says he is accused of engaging in similar behavior while working at a high school up in new
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hampshire. >> they have reviewed some documents also, as they have investigated these allegations. and intend to interview at least two more alleged victims. >> i felt that the... just alluding to the allegations tainted the process a bit. been filed. but police are still investigating. >> jadiann: updating a story that was first on 7: a after suffering head, neck, and back injuries in an accident in lowell. police say an elderly woman drove around construction cones on route 110 tuesday and nearly hit an officer before hitting a bob-cat construction vehicle. as a result, the bob-cat was launched into a group of construction workers. witnesses believe the car's speed was to blame. >> too fast driving.
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>> she was crying saying "oh, my god. oh my god." were hurt. both suffered minor injuries. >> christa: a police chief wanted to motivate his officers. he offered them a reward. arrests in the month of october would get a weekend off in november. but the police union was against it. the chief shut it down. and people who live in abington wonder if officers simply would have gone out of their way to arrest more people. >> i think it is a very bad thing. i mean, if they are looking to arrest more people than they really need to. >> this is abington. a small little town. they are just corrupt. >> you couldn't make up an arrest. certainly, if an officer made
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problem. >> christa: a woman in new jersey is thankful her ten-month-old daughter is doing okay after she was forced to throw her baby from the balcony as flames tore through their apartment. the only way to escape tuesday was from that balcony. she tossed her daughter to a police officer who was waiting on the ground below. fortunately, the officer was able to catch her. >> she was just... just drop her. just drop her." i was so scared she would not catch her. >> christa: all eight units in the bidding were destroyed. part of the ceiling collapsed
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they were not hurt. police have said speed, not mechanical problems caused the crash. >> christa: still ahead on 7, the bruins on the ice against the sharks. couldn't pull off the win. the final score minutes away. >> jadiann: a blizzard shuts
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>> christa: a blizzard shut down the freeways in kansas. like a ghost-town there. this is an interstate that was closed after drivers were caught in some strong winds here. nearly a foot of snow has fallen in some parts of the state. of course, the visibility in a blizzard that makes it a blizzard when the visibility is next to nothing. >> jadiann: i know. i lived in that part of the country for a while. i'm sure you experience that here. it is awful on the roads. >> christa:, well, when you get in that terrain, right? there is no trees or anything to block it. you have the snow blowing all over. that makes driving pretty tricky. >> jeremy: yes. certainly, wild weather in the western part of the united states. most of the storm system is now a rain-maker. that's what it will be for us
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tomorrow night. it will move warm air back up into the northeast. the city right now, 46. chicago at 60. wichita, 48. most of the cold air for the month of november has been across the western portion of the united states. when one side of the country is cold, the other side of the country, like a seesaw. teeter-totter. whatever they are called. we are averaging about 7 degrees above normal. the jet stream looks like. that for the remainder of the month, through the holiday, as well as early december, it is probably going to look more like this. not to say that's going to be cool every day. looking down the road next week, i don't see any big storms on the eastern seaboard. which is good as you are traveling down to grandma's house. in the city, boston at 46. bedford, 49. norwood, 50 degrees. remember last year we had the
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snow. plowable snow. right before thanksgiving. what a headache. not this go-round. we have sunshine for the afternoon. there are some clouds back through western new england. they will start to move through the worcester hills and approach metro-boston tonight. they will hold off in earnest and be with us through the day tomorrow. so today will be the last sunny day. for at least a couple of days. we can get the rain out of here as the morning commute is beginning on friday. now i think friday is a salvageable day and turns into a nice one. way tomorrow evening. probably not until 5:00 p.m. and a good chance of rain tomorrow night. very early friday. after 8:00 on friday. day. with sun on the way. for this afternoon, a mix of 45-50. tonight, partly cloudy. not as cold. lows 40-45.
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tomorrow, milder. temperatures heading back into the 50's. not as much sun. dry most of the day. saturday features a lot of sunshine. that is a cool day. upper 40's. you know what also is cool? football. out at fenway park. notre dame and b.c.. temperatures kick off in the low 40's. >> jadiann: david beckham is this year's sexiest man alive. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded by over a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders,
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>> christa: the boston bruins dropping last night's game to the sharks. the former bruins captain joe thornton scored what turned out to be the winning goal.
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coming up tomorrow night. buffalo coach rex ryan says he only sees tom brady improving with age. >> i'll say. this i haven't seen a gray hair on his head. that is it. you are going to go gray, pal. one of these days. but no, the thing about him, where you know he's got... i don't know what's driving him. he's got all the rings. he's got all this stuff. there is something internal that drives that guy. him. and hope whatever... you know that, he is not on. you know, that's kind of what your hope for. i mean, i'm not sitting back praying for a hurricane to pop through there. a lot of win would be nice. >> christa: i love how he
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